Bobby Gray Huffines

(1931 - 1999)

Source: Reprinted here with permission, Odie Dixon, webmaster JCHS website, 2003. Original run in Jackson County newspaper Apr 1999.

Notes: Bobby Gray Huffines was the son of James Leslie Huffines and Hattie May Long. He was married to Mary Nell Smith

Cookeville- Funeral service for Bobby Gray Huffines will be today in the chapel of Dyer Funeral Home, Cookeville. Mr. Huffines, a brickmason and veteran of military service, died Friday April 2, 1999 at Cookeville Reginal Medical Center. He was 67. Born on June 27, 1931, in Jackson County, son of Hattie LONG Huffines, of Gainesboro and the late Leslie Huffines. He was a member of Washington Ave. Baptist Church in Cookeville where he served as a Sunday School Superintendent and usher. His family, in addition to his mother, includes his wife, Mary Nell SMITH Huffines of Cookeville; a brother, Lee Huffines, Leesburg, FL. two sisters; Frances RUSSELL of Willete, TN and Molene WITT of Leesburg, FL . Several neices and nephews. He was preceded in death by a brother, Charles Huffines, as well as his father. Conducting today's services will be Bros. Mark Gaw. James Edison and Charles Jones Burial was in the Draper Cemetery in the Wartrace Community of Jackson County..