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Jerre F. Grandstaff

jerre grandstaffGraveside service for Mr. Jerre F. Grandstaff will be 4:00 PM, Tuesday, September 1, 2015, at Cedar Grove Cemetery with Phillip Camp, Danny Camp, and Ron Hackney officiating.  Visitation Tuesday 1:00 -3:45 PM at Ligon & Bobo Funeral Home in Lebanon.

Mr. Grandstaff, age 79 of Lebanon passed away Saturday, August 29, 2015, at University Medical Center.

Born November 2, 1935, in Wilson County, he is the son of the late Wilson Neal Grandstaff and Annie Laura Harlin Grandstaff.  He was a graduate of Tennessee Tech, and served in the Army Reserve for twelve years.  He was a retired Industrial Engineer.  He was a member of the Hickory Ridge Church of Christ.   In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by a brother, David Grandstaff, and a sister, Lois Farmer.

He is survived by his wife of over fifty seven years, Betty Camp Grandstaff; two sons, Jeff (Diane) Grandstaff and James David Grandstaff; three grandchildren, Michael Grandstaff, Patrick (Amber) Grandstaff, and Melissa Grandstaff; sister in law, Vickie Grandstaff; and brother in law, Clyde Farmer.

Messages for the Family

  1. Haywood Barry says:
    Jerre and I were in school together. We both studied at Tenn Tech. I am so sad to learn of his passing. We always enjoyed a good conversation when seeing one another. He will be missed by many friends.
    • Rebecca Martin Weis says:
      Dearest Betty and family, I am so very sorry to hear of Jerre’s passing. He and my dad shared such similar personalities and could keep everyone in stitches with stories from their youth.
      I will miss his warmth and care for his family and the world is a darker place without his wonderful smile!
      Sending you all love and prayers for comfort!
  2. Clyde & Velma Pedigo says:
    Betty, We are saddened by Jerre’s passing but heartened in the promise of our Blessed Lord that we will meet again! Our prayers are with you and your sons…..
  3. Anne & Ben Dowdle says:
    Anne and I will cherish always our memories of Jerre. He was an extraordinary person. Our lives are enriched by having had him as a friend.
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