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Jennifer Gentry

Jennifer Glee Gentry (Brannum)

Friday, July 20th, 1973 - Friday, August 30th, 2019
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Obituary

Jennifer Glee Gentry, 46 of Cookeville, Tennessee passed from this life on Friday, August 30, 2019 at her home.

Jennifer was born Friday, July 20, 1973 in Cookeville, Tennessee. She was the daughter of Delmer Brannum and Virginia (Whittenburg) Brannum.

Jennifer was a devoted wife and mother. She was a property developer and manager for 20 plus years for the family business.

Jennifer is survived by:

Husband: Brent Gentry

2 Sons: Blake Gentry and Fiancee Victoria Rand
Bryce Gentry

2 Nephews: Caleb and Joshua Lowhorn

Niece: Charis Lowhorn

Jennifer was preceded in by: Grandmother, Geneva Cope.

Graveside Services for Jennifer Glee Gentry will be held Monday, September 2, 2019 at 11:00 am at the West Cemetery in the Fairview Community. Interment will follow.

Pall Bearers will be Brent Gentry, Blake Gentry, Bryce Gentry, Eddie Gaw, Tony Smith, and Daniel Lowhorn.

In lieu of flowers, the family asks that donations be made to the Mustard Seed Ranch.
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Service Details

  • Service

    Monday, September 2nd, 2019 | 11:00am
    When
    Monday, September 2nd, 2019 11:00am
    Location
    West Cemetery
    Fairview Community, TN
    Officiant
    Pastor Mark Gaw
  • Interment

    Location
    West Cemetery
    Fairfield West, TN

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joanie sanders

Posted at 02:00pm
Jennifer was the best friend anyone could ever ask for. She was not only a friend but part of our family. I will always cherish our times together. She was the friend that no matter how long it had been since we spoke it took one phone call and she was right there. We laughed and cried so many times together, Virginia put up with us during our teenage years and was always there when we needed her. Jennifer was so kind, caring and loving, I always told her she needed to be a nurse because of her nurturing care for everyone. I know with all my heart she is embraced in Jesus arms and reunited with her heavenly family and friends. It makes me sad that life gets in the way of spending more time with our family and friends, but I am so grateful that I saw her just a few weeks ago, that we got to sit for hours and be present with each other and I will always feel her hugging me so tight before I left. Anyone that had Jennifer in her life was truly blessed.
CT

Chris Thompson

Posted at 11:09pm
We said goodbye to my precious cousin Jennifer Gentry on Monday. It's such a tragedy. We'll always cherish memories of her like making forts with blankets thrown over our Granny Geneva's living room furniture. Racing to Granny's table to see who gets the stool we all wanted to sit on. Of riding around with her and a high school boyfriend in Cookeville with the Alpine stereo so loud we got nauseous. Hanging out at the Cookeville Mall. Riding around in Cookeville in Bug's t-top Cutlass. Her being silly at the Wendy's drive-thru or the time I ran over the curb with her and my mom in the car with me 😬. Her excitement to show us their new house or her cutting up with Crystal's Dad Bill at the hospital when Crystal had Garrett. Of how proud she was of Brent and the boys. Times at Virginia's house and some fast trips in my 68 Camaro. Times I will never forget. Remember her mother Virginia, husband Brent, children Blake & Bryce, and all of our families and her friends ❤️

Chris

Kathy Kester

Posted at 10:51pm
So sorry and prayers for all the family. Remember her attending church when I first moved to Cookeville many years ago.
JC

Jeanette Copeland-Crawford

Posted at 10:06pm
Jennifer, I have so many memories of you. I remember when you were born. You was such a beautiful baby and continued to grow into an even more beautiful little girl and on into adulthood. I remember your hugs and sweet smiles. I remember you always telling me, "It is so good to see you." I especially remember Kim, Kyle, Heather, Jacob and you playing together so many times. Your mom was always so proud of you. You were her world. She beamed when she talked about you. I know the feeling was mutual because I remember you telling her you loved her over and over. There are too many memories to count. The most important of all was/is your love for the Lord. I know He was the first one to hug you when you got home. You will be forever missed on this side of Heaven, but one day we will all be together forever. What a day that will be. I will be expecting another one of your hugs and sweet smile. I love you, sweet girl. Jeanette Copeland-Crawford
PW

Phyllis Whittenburg

Posted at 09:13pm
You were a beautiful girl . We always knew how much you loved your Mom and Granny Geneva. You were the apple of your
Granny's eye. You are in a much better place now , rest in peace sweet girl. We will always love and miss you.
Jack & Phyllis
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