Carole Ann Poe Henson
1952 - 2021
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Carole Ann Poe Henson

Macon - Carole Ann Poe (Epperson) Henson, 68, formerly of Clarksville, Tennessee, passed away after a brief battle with cancer, on Monday, January 18, 2021. A graveside service will be held on a later date in Newport, Tennessee.

Mrs. Henson was born on August 18, 1952, in Newport, Tennessee, to the late James West Poe and Dora Lee Lewis Poe Farley. Carole had a distinguished career in Clarksville real estate, beginning in 1982 until she retired in 2014. Over the years she received numerous awards, to include one of her favorites, Realtor of the Year.

Mrs. Henson was preceded in death by her husband, Gene Henson and brothers, Doyle Poe and Johnny Poe.

Mrs. Henson is survived by her son, Shannon Epperson (Rachel) of Macon, Georgia; granddaughters, Hannah and Shelby Grace; siblings, Helen Poe Crumb of Clarksville, Tennessee, and James Poe (Millie) of Phoenix, Arizona; sister-in-law, Annette Poe, of San Antonio, Texas; and several nieces, nephews, cousins, multiple close friends and neighbors, as well as her beloved dog Shadow.

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FairHaven Funeral Home and Cremation Services has charge of arrangements.

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Published in The Leaf Chronicle from Jan. 21 to Jan. 22, 2021.
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