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Stephanie Denise Kendrick-Jetton

Stephanie Denise Jetton Kendrick was born on June 7, 1965 in Nashville, Tennessee to the union of John Edward Jetton and Maybell Woods-Marsh. She departed this life on Monday, September 13th, 2021 at Metro General Hospital in Nashville, Tennessee.

Stephanie accepted Christ at an early age and was a member of Total Praise Baptist Church. She was educated in the Davidson County Nashville Public School Systems, graduating from East High School class of 1983.
Stephanie was united in Holy Matrimony to Ernest Vincent Kendrick on November 18th, 1998. They enjoy 22 years of marriage. She was employed as Cleaning Clerk at local hotels. She enjoyed fishing, going to the movies with the grandkids, and having a good time at the casino.
Stephanie was preceded in death by her second son Anton Jetton, her father John Jetton, her brothers John Jetton, Charlie Patton, Ronald Patton, Jerome Jetton
She leaves to cherish her memories husband Ernest Vincent Kendrick, sons Anthony Jetton, Andron Jetton, Angelo Jetton, Anlow Jetton, daughter Anlisa Jetton, mother Maybell Marsh, brothers Kenneth Patton, Theo Crawford, Claudious Jetton, grandchildren Brionna, Destiny, Genesis, Adrik, Alijah, Amir, Noriyah, Malaynah, Saint, Romeo, Anton, Angelo, Antwon, Anlisa, A’niya, An’iaya, great aunt Mary Frances Batts, cousins Cynthia Jones, Trice Batts, devoted friends Dr. Marlyn Stovall, Nicey Johnson, Regina Hall, a host of cousins, other family, and friends. Viewing Friday, September 24, 2021, 1-6, visitation Saturday, September 25, 2021, 9-10am with funeral to follow at funeral home. Burial in Greenwood North.

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Consuella Lewis Nov 2 2021 8:36 AM

You was the best auntie anyone can ask for. You always included me when you did stuff. You unitede with my brother for the first time, and made sure I never gave up. You kept me going. I'm so crushed and hurt but your resting in peace. I love you auntie.

Ashley Oct 5 2021 4:42 PM