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Lucy 'Nannie' Sauceman

Published: 12/19/2013

Lucy 'Nannie' Sauceman

Died: Dec. 18, 2013

Lucy Elizabeth "Nannie" Sauceman, 96, of Regency Parke passed away Wednesday morning.

She was born to the late Clinton Conley DeBusk and Mila DeBusk on July 27, 1917, in Greeneville, and grew up in the Sinking Springs community.

She was married to the late Harry K. Sauceman and after years of traveling for the railroad, they settled in a home on Blue Springs Parkway (the Old Knoxville Highway).

Lucy worked at Magnavox for several years then retired in 1987 after working at the Greene County Health Department.

She was a member of Sinking Springs Lutheran Church all of her life.

She was an accomplished seamstress and quilter and enjoyed mowing her yard and tending to her flowers well into her early 90's.

She is survived by her daughter: Judy Robinson, and her son-in-law: Tommy Harmon; granddaughter: Sherri Swingle Johnson and her husband, Matt Johnson, of Seattle, Wash.; two great-grandsons: Henry Herndon and Jack Conley Johnson; two nieces: June DeBusk Shepherd of Owasso, Okla., and Betty DeBusk Pruitt of the Sinking Springs Community; her nephew: Bobby Lee of Mosheim; special friends and caregivers: Donna and Bob Council; and her beloved canine companion, Binki.

She was preceded in death by five siblings: Gladys Beck, Harmon DeBusk, Pauline Jones, Bill DeBusk, and Robert DeBusk.

The family would like to acknowledge the kindness of Dr. Bennie Smith and his team, who tended to Nannie's care for many years, as well as Valerie Youmans and the dedicated caregivers at Caris Healthcare for their compassionate care these past few months.

The family will receive friends from 5-7 p.m. Friday at Doughty-Stevens Funeral Home.

Funeral services will be held at 1 p.m. Saturday in the Doughty-Stevens Chapel. Pastor Jerry Weeks will officiate.

Music will be provided by Gayle Green.

Burial will follow in Sinking Springs Lutheran Church Cemetery.

Pallbearers will be Ron Metcalfe, Buddy Cobble, Vann Lee, Jeff Pruitt, Clint Shepherd, and Matt Lynch.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made to the Sinking Springs Cemetery Fund.

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