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J.R. Boane

A memorial service will be held at 5 p.m. Saturday at Hornbeak Baptist Church, with Pastor B.J. Cohn and the Rev. Mike Davis officiating.
Friends may call 3-6 p.m. Saturday at the church.
Members of the Obion County Central High School Class of 1994 will be honorary pallbearers.
He was previously employed as a correctional officer with the Tennessee Department of Corrections. He was a veteran of the U.S. Army, earning the rank of E-4, specialist. He served a tour in Korea with 2nd Infantry Division at Camp Casey, near the DMZ. Afterwards, he was transferred to Bosnia with Battery A, 5th Battalion, 3rd Air Defense Artillery. While on this tour, he had the honor of receiving the biggest “care package” during the Christmas 1995 season. He was transferred to Germany in mid-1996, where he finished out his service. There was a special done about his time of service and being home for the holidays published on the front page of the UC Messenger dated Dec. 23, 1996.
Survivors include his mother, Regina Boane Caksackkar of Hornbeak; his father and stepmother, Tim and Laura Caksackkar of Union City; his brother and sister-in-law, Cody and Kelly Caksackkar of South Fulton; his sister, Tatum Caksackkar of Tiptonville; three daughters, Erin Bryant of Texas and Meagan and Kayla Bryant of Union City; two nieces, Isabella and Brylee Caksackkar of South Fulton; his nephew, Landan Caksackkar of Woodland Mills; his grandfather, Bill Truett of Louisana; and his uncle and aunt, Bobby and Cathy Boane of Hornbeak.
His was preceded in death by his grandmothers, Reba Truett of Hornbeak and Marjorie Dexter of Samburg; his grandfathers, Eugene “Red” Boane and James “Puddin” Caksackkar, both of Hornbeak; and his uncle, Jamie Boane of Hornbeak.