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Danny Lee Shumate
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Birth: Nov. 26, 1949
Huntsville
Madison County
Alabama, USA
Death: May 12, 2010
Lynnville
Giles County
Tennessee, USA


November 26, 1949 - May 12, 2010

Danny Lee Shumate, 60 of Lynnville, Tennessee died on Wednesday, May 12, 2010, at Hillside Hospital in Pulaski, Tennessee.

Born Saturday, November 26, 1949 in Huntsville, Alabama, he was the son of Hershel Shumate and Geneva Crowson Shumate.

He loved woodworking and to ride motorcycles and was a member of Thompson Chapel Baptist Church. He was currently a deputy with the Giles County Sheriff's Dept. and the former Lynnville Chief of Police. He had been an officer in both Ardmore and Huntsville, and had been in law enforcement since 1978.

Surviving are his wife: Marcelle Shumate of Lynville, TN, ason, Lee (Vicki) Shumate of Culleoka, TN, daughter, Wendy (Ricky) Parker of Lynnville, TN, brothers, Donny Shumate of Toney, AL and Bobby Shumate of Toney, AL, sister, Juanita Neeley of Toney, AL, four Grandchildren: P.J. Parker, Bradley Parker, Wesley Parker, and Elizabeth Shumate.

Funeral services at Ardmore Chapel Funeral Home with Rev. Steve VanHooser officiating.

Pallbearers will be the Giles County Sheriff's Department. Burial will be in Lynnwood Cemetery, Lynnville, TN. with Ardmore Chapel Funeral Home in charge.

 
 
Burial:
Lynnwood Cemetery
Lynnville
Giles County
Tennessee, USA
 
Created by: MissPat
Record added: Apr 09, 2011
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Danny Lee Shumate
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HI honey it's me your other sweetheart. You were always the one we called on for a shoulder to cry on, lean on and the one we trusted to help ease our pain. You were there for my mother when she needed the extra "son" to take the rains and proceed. You we...(Read more)
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