Becky C. Stinson

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Becky C. Stinson

November 03, 1946 - October 14, 2018

Becky C. Stinson BECKY CAROL STINSON age 71 of Crossville, TN passed away October 14, 2018. She was born November 3, 1946 in Lakin, KS the daughter of Robert C. and Alda A. Wheeler Stinson. She worked several years as an office manager for Dr. Connie Nicholson's dentist office in Crossville. She was an eternal ray of sunshine and loved by everyone who was blessed to have known her.

She is survived by her son- Kelly (Bear) Capeheart and his wife Rebecca of Cummings, GA, daughter- Dee Dee Carlile and her husband Eric of Broken Arrow, OK and grandchildren- Erin Carlile, Allie Carlile, Jett Capeheart, Chris Capeheart and Khalfani Bozeman. She is also survived by her fiance', Carmain Risi and his five children and grandchildren, who she loved dearly.
In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her sisters- Linda and Kathy.
A Celebration of Life service will be held Saturday October 20, 2018 at 11am at Hood Funeral Home. The family will receive friends on Saturday from 10am-11am prior to the service at the funeral home. The family has respectfully asked that in lieu of flowers that donation be made to Dr. Connie Nicholson's office for a special needs fund created in Becky's memory. Please contact Kristie Swafford at Connie Nicholson DMD, 125 Brown Ave., Crossville, TN or call 484-7650 for information.
Published on October 16, 2018
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Beth Barrie Dykes
Nov 29, 2018
O my sweet friend Becky. You were one of the wisest and good hearted friend I ever had. I have many of your rugs and a beautiful baby quilt you made my son. You will be missed😘
Patty Kolb Goulden
Oct 17, 2018
We will meet again my Friend.
carol demongin
Oct 17, 2018
i use to run the singles group and one day she called about what we do. i said bowl, ,golf, cards, have parties. in fact it was a bowling day and i said come by and check us out. she had never bowled. but she had on the awesome green top so i said let's make you look like a bowler and i found a green ball same shade as her top but i did not realize it was 16lbs. another gal said Carol. your crazy she needs no more than 8 or 10. she did great. then she had never golfed so she rode around with me and we all chipped in clubs for her and she loved it.
that is where she met Carmain in the group. she is already missed and will never be forgotten. just hope this puts a smile on her family w
...hen they read it.
she has been a fighter. loved her dearly
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Jack and Mary Ann Naeyaert
Oct 17, 2018
We were blessed to have known this Beautiful Lady, she will always remain in loving thoughts.
Stephen Earnest
Oct 17, 2018
My deepest condolences to the family.