Syble Clytee Smith Summers – Obituary

by Lynn McMillen
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Syble Clytee Smith Summers, 86, passed away Sunday, June 9, 2013, at The Meadows in Fulton. She was born December 13, 1926 to Bruce and Bessie Mae Sumners Smith. She retired from Blue Bell, early in life, after 20 years of service to care for her parents. She was a member of Bean’s Ferry Church of Christ for 50 years. She enjoyed taking care of her grandchildren and family, sewing, working with her flowers, and being a homemaker.

Adam Miller, Johnny Miller, and Ryan Ary will be officiating.

She is survived by 1 Son, David (Hilda) Summers of Fulton, 3 Daughters, Brenda (Eric) Shields of Fulton, Suzanne Russell of Tupelo, , Beth (Johnny) Miller of Saltillo, 9 Grandchildren, Ron (Faith) Turner of Tupelo, Tina (Derrick) Guntharp of Fulton, Monica ( Jamie) McCollum of Fulton, Shane (Kim) Turner of Fulton, Stephanie (Neil) May of Tupelo, , Bruce (Stephanie) Summers of Fulton, Craig (Bree) Waddle of Tupelo, Dustin (Candy) Miller of Saltillo, Adam (Suzanne) Miller of Saltillo, 13 Great Grandchildren, Madison Turner of Fulton, Jordyn Turner of Fulton, Tessa Guntharp of Fulton, Will Turner of Fulton, Taylor Dickens of Tupelo, Alexis Littrell of Tupelo, Miles May of Tupelo, Maddison Renee Stewart of Fulton, Maggie Waddle of Tupelo, Mason Waddle of Tupelo, Liddy Miller of Saltillo, Hunter Miller of Saltillo, Carson Miller of Saltillo, 3 Sister’s in law, Lynette Dozier of Fulton, Betsy Dulaney of Acworth, GA, and Ruby Smith of Winthrop Harbor, IL, Several Nieces and Nephews.

She was preceded in death by her husband, James Summers, parents Bruce and Bessie Mae Smith, Brother, Millard Smith, Special Friend, John Waddle, Son In Law, Randy Russell.

Pallbearers are David Summers, Ron Turner, Shane Turner, Bruce Summers, Craig Waddle, Dustin Miller, Adam Miller, Ryan Enlow, Eric Shields.

Honorary pallbearers are her 13 great grandchildren and Ronnie Turner, Jimmy Smith.

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