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Phyllis Jeanne Lipscomb

March 26, 1942 — May 18, 2024

Phyllis Jeanne Lipscomb born March 26th,1942, on Signal Mt. TN. passed May 18th, 2024, peacefully at home surrounded by her loved ones. She was a loving wife, mother, sister, grandmother, and great grandmother. Phyllis was preceded in death by her mother and father, Jessica and Herbert Bilbury, her Late husband George Lipscomb, her brother Theodore Bilbury, daughter Dorenda Hart, and her niece and nephew Karen and Rick Hurley.

She had a big beautiful family and is survived by her four remaining children Daniel Lipscomb and wife Georgia, Van Lipscomb, Tammy Barrios-Avila, and Jessie Lipscomb, her 10 grandchildren and their spouses, TJ Lipscomb, Tasha and husband Eric Amador, Cody Lipscomb, Nicholas Williams, Michael Anthony and wife Rykki Hart, Brandon and wife Tiffany Hart, Marissa Williams, Grace Lively, Lorenso Ramos, Valerie, Kelly, and Austin Lipscomb, and her 10 beautiful great grandchildren, Juleea, Daniela, Yaretzi, Alecxia, Joseph, Elizabeth, Isabelle, Cameron, Grayson and Noah.

Phyllis was a wonderful and kind hearted soul who valued her family over everything. Her happiness was ensuring they all knew how great her love for them was and how much she appreciated all they did for her. Her favorite hobbies included drawing, cooking, and watching the early birds chirp in the mornings while sipping her cup of coffee. She enjoyed western movies especially those starring John Wayne, classics such as Tammy and The Bachelor, Seven Brides for Seven Brothers, Gone With the Wind, and any Jackie Chan, Elvis Presley, or Gerard butler movie she could find.

She was a happy person who could light up any room and the generous heart she carried will be remembered and passed down to all her future generations. She was the glue to her big family and her peace was the tranquility that has and will continue to hold their grieving hearts with care, as she smiles down upon them saying "don't worry about me." Her last wish was to be cremated and spread with each of her lost loved ones before her, so she could seep into the soil around them and help the flowers grow taller and brighter.

"Very truly I tell you, you will weep and mourn while the world rejoices, You will grieve, but your grief will turn to joy. So, with you now is your time of grief, but I will see you again and you will rejoice and no one will take away your Joy." (John 16:20/22). Salmon Funeral Home is honored to serve the family of Phyllis Jeanne Lipscomb. 

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