Paul Douglas and Linda Sue Johnson Kelley
Paul Douglas Kelley, age 75 and his wife, Linda Sue Johnson Kelley, age 72 of Iron City, TN, married September 12, 1966 and departed this life December 25, 2019 after an automobile accident on TN-227 west of Iron City, TN.
Mr. Kelley was born August 12, 1944 in Wayne County, TN, the son of the late Raymond and Christine Kelley. He was an electrician. Mrs. Kelley was born October 23, 1947 in Iron City, TN, the daughter of the late Howard and Dora Powell Johnson. She was a seamstress. Both were members of County Line Full Gospel Church, Lawrenceburg, TN.
In addition to their parents, they were preceded in death by a son: Douglas Kelley. Mr. Kelley was preceded in death by a brother: Willie Ray Kelley. Mrs. Kelley was preceded in death by brothers: Marvin, Edgar, Joe and Charles Johnson; and sisters: Barbara McLaughlin and Verlie Bivens.
They are both survived by son: Kevin Kelley (Amanda) of Iron City, TN; daughter: Vivian Sue Robinson (Chuck), Scottsboro, AL; grandchildren: Nicholas “Nick” Williams (Brandi), Terry Robinson (Stacie), Kyle and Katie Kelley; great-grandchildren: Emberlyn Kelley, Jaden, Matthew, Gracie and Wesson Williams, and expecting the arrival of Remington Kelley; and several nieces and nephews. Mr. Kelley is also survived by a brother: Jerry Kelley, Loretto, TN; and a sister: Barbara Gambrell, Lawrenceburg, TN. Mrs. Kelley is also survived by a brother: Bill Johnson, Iron City, TN; and sisters: Brenda Hollman (her twin), St. Joseph, TN and Audrey Adams, Lawrenceburg, TN.
Funeral services for Paul Douglas and Linda Sue Johnson Kelley were held Monday, December 30, 2019 at 1:00 p.m. at Shackelford Funeral Directors chapel in Collinwood, TN with J. R. Hagan and Jason Hagan officiating. Burial followed at Railroad Cemetery in Iron City, TN. Shackelford Funeral Directors, Wayne County was in charge of arrangements. Pallbearers included: Kyle Kelley, Nick Williams, Jaden Williams, Steve Hollman, Donnie Johnson and James Johnson, with Matthew Williams as honorary pallbearer.