Sarah Davenport

Sarah Davenport

Tuesday, August 30th, 1932 Thursday, December 26th, 2019

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Obituary for Sarah Davenport

Sarah Helen Tucker Davenport, age 87, of Adams, passed away on Thursday, December 26, 2019 at her residence.

A Celebration of Life service will be held at Red River Baptist Church on Saturday, January 11, 2020 at 11 a.m. with Rev. Bill Bruce officiating.

Sarah entered this life on August 30, 1932 in Blue Mountain, Mississippi to the late Vernon and Willie Sullivan. She was a member of Red River Baptist Church. Sarah was a dedicated social worker, an avid reader and a Bible Scholar.

In addition to her parents, she is preceded in death by her husband, Jesse Reginald Tucker; husband, James Davenport; brother Bill Sullivan and sister, Bonnie Sue Whitehead.

Survivors include her son, V.R. Tucker; daughter, Teresa (David) Tucker Barry; sisters, Bobbie Ann Sullins, Betty Lou Warren, and Ruth Smith.

In lieu of flowers donations may be made to AseraCare Foundation, 3901 Central Pike, Suite 259, Hermitage, TN 37076.

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    Saturday, January 11th, 2020 | 11:00am
    Red River Baptist Church
    308 S Church St, Adams, TN 37010
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    Saturday, January 11th, 2020

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Melody S. Aaron

So many thoughts and memories are in my mind. I grew up with having so much respect for my Aunt Helen. She made me want to be a better person. I was so proud of her accomplishment of becoming a therapist and sought her advice on several occasions in my life. She approached her advice with the knowledge of a professional and the love of someone who really loved me. I will forever hold her close to my heart and recall her words as I continue my journey. Thank you Aunt Helen for the inspiration of being a loving, kind Christian woman who was strong with a nonjudgmental heart. I will miss you so much but wishing you could have stayed longer would be selfish. I know you are without pain and you are with all our loved ones who have passed before you. I know Our Heavenly Father greeted you with open arms and told you a job well done on your life on earth. I hope we can all live are lives the way you taught us, with love in our hearts.
Comment | Posted at 08:40pm via Condolence

Gina Sanders

When I think of Aunt Helen, I think of a classy, well spoken, and smart lady. I admired her and was intrigued by her earlier life as a therapist and social worker. Unfortunately, I didn't get to spent a lot of time with her but I always enjoyed our talks at family reunions. She always seemed to love to hear stories about my kids, and that always meant a lot to me. I can still picture her beautiful smile and laughter as we would share stories. I also know that she was a great sister to my mom. Mom would talk to her for hours on the phone and Aunt Helen was always there to listen, both mentoring her through some very difficult times, as well as celebrating some really great times. It makes me smile to think of them reuniting in Heaven. Reggie and Teresa, I will be holding you in my prayers in the weeks and months ahead, prayers for Peace and rest. I know you will miss your mom greatly. May you find comfort in beautiful memories and Peace in knowing that your mom is free from all pain, and rejoicing in Heaven as she praises our Lord and Savior face to face, and is reunited with Uncle Tucker and so many loved ones. With much love. Gina
Comment | Posted at 09:32pm via Condolence

Roy Ayers

Dear Bro. Reggie,
I'm so sorry for your loss. I remember long ago when I first met your mom in Clarksville. She was the sweetest lady. I know you took good care of her and you will miss her forever while on this earth, but rest assured that you will someday be with her again. May God bless you and your sister. Call me anytime.
Roy Ayers
Comment | Posted at 01:43pm via Condolence

Brenda Spurgeon

Mrs. Helen, was my neighbor growing up on Park Lane. I will always remember her cheerful smile and her kind hospitality.
I'm grateful for our recent visit with her in November, as we reminisced at her kitchen table over lunch with she and Reggie.
Mrs. Helen loved God and loved people.
She was truly blessed to have such a wonderful son who lovingly took care of his mother until her last breath.
May God bring comfort to all her family in the coming days.
Comment | Posted at 01:08pm via Condolence

Richard W and Betty Warren

Not only were you a confident, a friend, but most of all you were My Sister. I loved you so much and will miss you greatly. I catch myself each day thinking I could call Helen and she would know. I know you are safe and pain free in arms of your Lord and Savior. What a joy, which I can only imagine, it must have been to look upon His Face and fall on your knees and praise him. You will be sadly missed but look forward to seeing you again when we are reunited in Heaven. Your sister Betty L Warren
Comment | Posted at 10:26am via Condolence

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