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Jane Parkerson Caplenor

Mrs. Jane Parkerson Caplenor age 73 of Mt. Juliet passed away September 5, 2021.  A native of Davidson County, she was the daughter of the late Edward Bailey Parkerson Jr. and Margie Marie Cooper Parkerson.  She was a 1965 graduate of Two Rivers High School and was a member of Andrew Price Memorial United Methodist Church.  She was a retired paralegal.

She is survived by her husband, Kenny Caplenor; four children:  Trey (Tamra) Caplenor, Lera (Terry) Pendergrass, Dawn Whittaker, Michael Caplenor; six grandchildren:  Ryan (Jessica) Pendergrass, Hunter and Mattison Whittaker, Max, Alex and Will Caplenor; two great-grandsons:  Tyler and Connor Pendergrass; two brothers:  Ed (Susan) Parkerson, David (Maria) Parkerson; several nieces and nephews.

Jane was a kind, caring, gracious woman, who loved her family unconditionally. She loved to travel, throw parties, and enjoy life.  Her favorite times were at the beach or by the pool with family and friends.  Her smile was infectious and could light up a room.

A private graveside service will be Thursday, September 9, 2021, at the Wilson County Memorial Gardens with Mark Jones officiating.  A memorial service will be held Monday, October 11, 2021, at 12 Noon at the chapel of Connection United Methodist Church, (the former Andrew Price Memorial United Methodist Church), 2846  Lebanon Pike, Donelson, with visitation beginning at 10:30 a.m.

In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to American Heart Association or Hospital Hospitality House, 214 Reidhurst Ave., Nashville, TN 37203.

LIGON & BOBO FUNERAL HOME in charge of arrangements.

Messages for the Family

  1. Marilyn Nauman says:
    Dear Cap & Family, John& I want you to know everyone is in our thoughts & prayers and we are truly sorry for the loss of your sweet Jane.

    With our deepest sympathy,
    John& Marilyn

  2. BILL ROSS says:
    so sorry to hear. prayers for the family.
  3. Zack Nitzschke and family says:
    Dawn and the rest of the family, I’m so very sorry for your loss! Y’all are in our prayers for the days and weeks to come!
  4. Doris L Cranford says:
    Jane and I were best friends in high school, she lived across Lebanon Rd, and we live in Tulip Hill Sub. We were always together and I loved her very much. I wish we had kept up with each other all these years. I am so sorry for her family and close friends. She was an angel and always had that smile on her face. Rest In Peace my friend. I will miss you always.
  5. Marion Sloan says:
    Kenny & Janes family so sorry to hear of Janes passing may Jane RIP may God keep you and all of the family in his arms.