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J.T. Tennyson

January 24, 2013

Jack Tullos Tennyson age 20, of Eupora, passed away Saturday January 19, 2013, at Scott and White Trauma Center in Temple, Texas.
J.T. Tennyson was born November 11, 1992, in Eupora. He graduated from Ackerman High School where he played football and was a member of the FFA.
Funeral services for Mr. Tennyson are today, Friday January 25, 2013, at Mt. Pisgah Baptist Church at 2 p.m. with Bro. Rob Faulk and Bro. Curtis Guess officiating. Burial will follow in the Mt. Pisgah Cemetery.
Pallbearers include Michael Bishop, James Bishop, Cody Harris, Zackery Rayman, Brandon Prewitt, Colby Adkins, Josh Huff, and Jake Huff.
Honorary pallbearers are the doctors and nurses at Scott and White Trauma Center in Temple, Texas, and all the men of Mt. Pisgah and Chester Baptist Churches.
He is survived by his parents James “Kooter” and Shelia Tennyson of Eupora, a grandmother, Ruby Stafford of West Point, sisters, April Stringer of Raymond and her children Sydney, Maddy, and Hardy, Michelle Edwards of West Point, Tina Elkins of West Point and her children Jessi, Kah, Matthew, and Andrew, Shea Rosmond and husband Daniel of Kosciusko and her children Graycee and Carysn, and Danielle Tennyson (Jake Medders) of Eupora and her children Kaylee, Karlee, McKenzi, and Jacob. Brothers include, Jamie Tennyson of Washington D.C. and his child Braxton, Jason (Amber) Edwards of West Point and his children Aaliyah, Jayden, and Kaason, Wesley Tennyson of Eupora, and Derrick Tennyson of Clarkville, Tenn., (U.S. Army).
He is preceded in death by his grandparents Calvin and Emma Tennyson and Ed Redmond.
Wise Funeral Home of Eupora is in charge of arrangements.

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