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RIBBLE, Mildred Hunt, 29 Jan 1904 - 24 Dec 2004, resident of Mt. Pleasant, Tennessee, native of 
Bowling Green Ky. 

Obituary of Mrs. Mildred Hunt Ribble
Mildred who was a resident of Mt. Pleasant, Tennessee, died Friday, December 24, 2004. She was one 
of eight children born and raised in Bowling Green, Kentucky. She was born on January 29, 1904 to Price 
Joe Hunt and Lou Ella Smith Hunt. She married David Patterson Ribble in 1949 in which he died in 1960. 

A memorial service for Mrs. Ribble will be conducted Thursday, December 30, 2004 at 1:00 p.m. at 
the First Baptist Church in Mt. Pleasant with Reverend Elmer Crosby officiating. Graveside services will 
follow at the Summertown Cemetery in Summertown, Tennessee. There is no visitation scheduled. Williams 
Funeral Home in Mt. Pleasant is in charge of the arrangements. Mrs. Ribble requested that no flowers 
be sent but that she be remembered by donations to the Mildred Ribble Scholarship Fund which provides 
scholarships for Mt. Pleasant High School graduates (c/o Judy Wolaver, First Farmers and Merchants 
Bank, 128 North Main Street, Mt. Pleasant, Tennessee 38474 or First Baptist Church P.O. Box 169, 
Mt. Pleasant, Tennessee 38474. 

She received her AB degree at Brenau College in Atlanta, Georgia in 
1925 and graduated from Bowling Green Business University in 1926. After moving to Mt. Pleasant in 
1927, she established a commercial education department at Hay Long High School which became known 
throughout the area for producing some of the best prepared students entering their prospective fields. 
She enjoyed a 46 years teaching career and retired in 1973. After retirement, she enjoyed traveling, 
volunteer work at Maury Regional Hospital, church involvement, and visiting with friends. She was a 
member of the First Baptist Church in Mt. Pleasant, Super Stars, and Delta Kappa Gamma Society. 

She is survived by two nephews and their spouses, James W. and Pat Hunt of Golf, IL and Richard and 
Arthea Hunt of Radcliff, KY; several great nephews, nieces, and their spouses, Ralph and Delores Donoho, 
Robert and Sue Donoho, Peggy and Harold Cowles, Neil and Angie Donoho, Terrie and Duane Hudson of 
Bowling Green, KY, Edward and Joyce Donoho of Roanoke, VA, Peggy Celsor Allen, Jimmy and Joyce 
Hardcastle of Franklin, KY, H. H. Hardcastle, Elma and Ron Pope of Ocala, FL, Steven and Deanna Hunt 
of Austin, TX, and David J. Hunt of Evansville, IL.

Sent in for posting by by Mary Bob McClain. 1/10/05.