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John Marshall Vaden

His visitation will last from 5 until 7 p.m., visitation occurring on Sunday, September 27, at Edmaiston-Mosley Funeral Home. To come the next day are funeral services. Its pallbearers comprise Stephen Vaden, Sam Vaden, Jason Craig, Clay Billingsley, Carl Lowrance, and Allen Nohsey. Honorary pallbearers comprise Gordon McKinney; Bob Stephens; and John Massey, Jr. In Edmaiston-Mosley’s chapel, The Reverend Canon Ken Leonczyk, Jr., at 1 p.m. on Monday, will begin officiating. Funeral services will conclude with burial at East View Cemetery.  
Mr. Vaden entered Obion County on April 16, 1918, when he was born to his late parents, Sam C. Vaden and Paulyne Alexander Vaden. Mr. Vaden was also preceded in death by Newt Farris Vaden, his uncle; and by Newt A. Vaden, his grandfather. Mr. Vaden’s survivors comprise Wanda Louise Vaden, née Stephens, his wife for twenty years; Stephen Alexander Vaden, his son who, in Washington, D.C., works as an election and appellate lawyer; and Samuel Marshall Vaden, his son who, in Union City, abides as a musician.

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