Funeral Services for Mrs. Minnie Mae Pennington Buck, age 97, of Livingston, will be conducted 3 p.m., Sunday, September 8, 2019 from the Landmark Missionary Baptist Church where her body will lie-in-repose from 1 until time of services at 3 p.m. Bro. Randy Lowe and Bro. Danny McDonald will officiate. Burial to follow in the Concord Cemetery. The family will welcome friends on Saturday evening from 3 until 8 p.m. at the Livingston Funeral Home.
Mrs. Minnie passed from this life on Thursday evening, September 5, 2019 from the Bethesda Health Care Center in Cookeville. She was born in Overton County, Tennessee on January 15, 1922 to the late Samuel & Della Brown Pennington. Minnie was a charter member of the Landmark Missionary Baptist Church. She loved going to church, talking about the Lord, and taking care of her family. Minnie also loved reading the Word of God.
She leaves behind her loving daughters, Brenda Cranor & husband Jon of Livingston, TN, Kathy McDonald & husband Danny of Allons, TN, and Lesa Keith of Tompkinsville, KY: caring sons, J.D. Buck and Sammy Buck & wife Sherry all of Livingston, TN; loving grandchildren, Gina Sasser, Becky Clayton, Sandra Allen, Jayson Ledbetter, Crystal Garrett, Beth Copeland, Amanda Coleman, Josh Buck, Jonathan Buck, and Hannah D'Amico; 23 great-grandchildren and 7 great-great-grandchildren; special caregiver, Sheri Hollaway.
In addition to her parents, Minnie was preceded in death by her husband, Guy Buck; daughter, Sue Buck; granddaughter, Tena Whitaker; son-in-law, Collin Keith; daughter-in-law, Toshiko Buck; sisters, Wilma Collins, Willette Johnson, Maurine Upton, Christene Buck, and Sylvia Davis; brothers, Marvin Pennington, Wilburn Pennington, Buster Pennington, S.D. Pennington, and James Pennington.
Pallbearers to serve are Hadyn Allen, Nate Garrett, Josh Buck, Jonathan Buck, Brandon Clayton, and Chad Slayton.
"We were saddened to hear of Ms. Minnie's passing. She will always be alive in your hearts. Praying God will surround you with His love, strength, clear direction, peace, and comfort in the days ahead. God bless and keep you.
Sending much love,
Bro. Ronald and Collette Dishman
"My last and an very loved aunt.she will be missed.She was a momma to us all when we were kids.I can still hear her laugh and can hear her shouting.the last time I herd her shout was when she came to Indiana and we went to a revival.she loved the Lord and would cry talking about him. Heaven gained a jewel and we lost one on earth.Go rest high on the mountain my sweet aunt your work on earth is thro.