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Jennie Ellen Couch

Nashville, Tennessee

Jul 22, 1926 – Mar 10, 2017 (Age 89)

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Hibbett Hailey Funeral Home | Nashville Funeral Home Obituary

Jennie Ellen (Hunt) Couch was born on July 22, 1926 and died on March 10, 2017. She was predeceased by her parents Norman and Jennie Hunt, her sister Katie (Hunt) Breakfield and her brother Dr. William S Hunt. She is survived by her sons Raymond Gregory and Victor Gregory, her grandsons Victor...

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Well Aunt Ellen we are doing fine and aunt Nettie is exhausted but remained steadfast throughout the days ... All your flowers were beautiful as many thought highly of you and I had no idea what a social butterfly you were ... i learned a lot about you in that short a video we watched ... All Hunt girls are beautiful so it doesn't surprise me ... I told the story of you not liking my name Dody and that you came up with another D'Ellen or Dellen ... Everyone call me that at your funeral ! Ha...

Thinking of the family at this time.

OES

I Loved Ms. Ellen I have known her since I was a little girl. She was my Aunt Mary Sealer's friend. My Aunt would talk about her and tell me the fun things they did together. She was my friend too. I will miss her and Loved her.

Toni Jackson Beard Old Hickory, Tennessee

She was such a sweet lady. I knew her in Buchanan OES and picked her up many times for rides to the meetings when she and us lived on Emery Drive and Emery Place Condos. So sad to learn of her passing. Eastern Star has lost another shining light. Deepest sympathy to her family.

Love at it's finest

My Aunt Ellen was a very sweet southern belle that loved her family and always had a beautiful smile that made you feel special. She always reminded me of Momma Jennie in that way and so it was very fitting she had her name. We will miss her so much but I know that she is in Heaven with her parents, Boostie, Paul, Jean, Katie and Bill.

Heaven has a new light glowing

My dear aunt Ellen, how your eyes lit up when I visited you! We lived far apart but you always made me feel so special! You made me feel so loved and appreciated. You welcomed my children with the same enthusiasm. For that I will always love you and be grateful ❤You have gone on to be at home with Jesus, and I am comforted that you knew our Lord. I know you were happily greeted by Mama Jennie and Grandpa, mother Jean and daddy Bill, your sister Katie and many others who have gone on before...

My Dear Aunt Ellen,
Forever in our Hearts ...