Tommy Lee Turbyfill

Tommy Lee Turbyfill, 56, passed away Oct. 12 at Generations of Red Bay. He was born in Indiana and was a truck driver and a member of Pilot Hill Missionary Baptist Church.

Services were held Oct. 13, 3 p.m., at Deaton Funeral Home Chapel, Red Bay, with Bro. Billy Turbyfill officiating. Burial was in Pilot Hill Cemetery, Vina.

Survivors are one son – Steven Turbyfill, Red Bay; three sisters – Carolyn Ann Webb and husband Robert, Tupelo, Miss., Susan Shaw and husband Phillip, Red Bay, and Anna Wooten and husband Ronnie, Vina; one brother – Billy Wayne Turbyfill, Vina; and several nieces and nephews.

He was preceded in death by his parents, Hurtis Lee Turbyfill and Wilbie Zean Pharr Turbyfill.

Pallbearers were Taylor Ozbirn, Shannon Ozbirn, Tate Ozbirn, Ricky Lee Ozbirn, Cody Wooten and Phillip Shaw.

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