BAPTIST CHURCH/CULLEOKA CEMETERY, CULLEOKA, MAURY COUNTY TENNESSEE
Carol's monument pointed out by yellow arrow - front side - Northwest area of the Cemetery. We are facing southwest.
Carol's monument pointed out by yellow arrow - back side - Northwest area of the Cemetery. We are facing east
back of stone
WAYNE, Dr. Carol Lee DePue, 18 Jul 1954 - 9 Mar 2010. (Washington, D.C. native; d/o Dr. Leland DePue and Marie Robinson DePue; mar. 15 Jun 1985 to John Wayne II; art teacher a Culleoka Unit School; Bachelor of Fine Arts from Old Dominion University and Masters in Education from Nova Southeastern University; preceded in death by son, Joseph Wayne.) NW corner of Sec 3
Dr. Carol Lee DePue Wayne, Ed.D, age 55, a resident of Norma Court in Culleoka, passed away on Tuesday, March 9, at Maury Regional Medical Center.
Funeral services for Carol were conducted Monday at 2:00 P.M. in the chapel of Williams Funeral Home in Columbia with Bro. Derek Hunter, Pastor Roebin Tyler and Bro. Larry Purvis officiating. Burial followed in the Friendship Cemetery in Culleoka.
Carol was born July 18, 1954 in Washington, DC, the daughter of the late Dr. Leland DePue and Marie Robinson DePue. On June 15, 1985 she was married to John Wayne II who resides in Culleoka. Carol was an art teacher at Culleoka Unit School for 11 years. She received her Bachelor of Fine Arts from Old Dominion University and her Masters in Education from Nova Southeastern University and was completing work on her doctorate with Nova Southeastern University and they will be awarding her degree posthumously. Carol was an active member of Grace Church of the Nazarene. In addition to her parents, Carol was preceded in death by a son, Joseph Wayne.
Survivors in addition to her husband include her children: Tami Rhodes of Mesa, AZ, John Wayne III of Casper, WY, Misti McAniff of Ft. Bragg, NC, Rachel Wayne (fiancÚ Stephen Weems), Marie Wayne, Stephen Wayne and Brayden Wayne, all of Culleoka; grandchildren and great-grandchildren; one brother: Art DePue of Tomball, TX and one sister: Cheryl Rees of Mechanicsville, VA.
Pallbearers were Stephen Weems, Stephen Wayne, Brian McKenzie, Larry Purvis, Byron Perry and Keith Farmer. Honorary pallbearers were the teachers at the Culleoka Unit School.
Information and photo compiled by Mike sent here 28 Aug 2010. Tombstone photos taken 4 Jul 2010 by Mike Madert.