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Quinton Boyett

He spent a lifetime of service for his farm, his community and his church.
Mr. Boyett was a keen, streamlined farmer and abundantly produced beef cattle, soybeans, wheat and corn. He had an infinite passion to finish every project he started as a farmer. He enjoyed having company with many and always regaled others with memories of his childhood, as he continued his father’s legacy as a farm owner.
He worked the land all his life and held his fellow agriculturalists in the highest regard.
He was substantially active as a member of Union City Cumberland Presbyterian Church, as well as many years with Kenton Cumberland Presbyterian Church. He was charitable with the Kenton School System and was always certain to finish any business plan that was proposed.
Mr. Boyett was born July 20, 1924, in Rutherford to the late Walter Lee and Zeta (Montgomery) Boyett. Survivors are his sister, Faye (Boyett) Bryant of Somerville; his son and daughter-in-law, Gary and Molly (Tucker) Boyett of Kenton; his daughter and son-in-law, Betty (Boyett) and Bruce Trout of Kenton; three grandchildren, Corri Boyett of Jackson, Mandy (Boyett) Norman and her husband, Chris Norman, of Yorkville, and Duncan Trout of Knoxville; and three great-grandchildren, Alex Mann, Collin Norman and Brody Norman, all of Yorkville.
Mr. Boyett was preceded in death by his wife, Norene (Wheatley) Boyett on Dec. 9, 2015; and his siblings, Lynn Boyett, Marjorie (Boyett) Roffe, Mina (Boyett) Savage, Twila (Boyett) Walker, Antoinette (Boyett) Percifull and Blanche (Boyett) Roberts.
The family will receive visitors at Karnes & Sons Funeral Home in Kenton from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturday. Dr. Bobby Williams will be reverently officiating.
Services will be immediately following the visitation.
Pallbearers will be John Burpo, Pet Burpo, Brent Baier, Kenneth Roberts, Gary Houston, Stacy Wheatley, Ronnie Percifull and Dr. Leland Davis.
Graveside services will be at Sunnyside Cemetery in Kenton.
The family requests that charitable donations be made to the Carl Perkins Center for the Prevention of Child Abuse, P.O. Box 447, Jackson, TN 38303 at (731) 668-4000.

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