Etta Mae DeVault, 92, of Pikeville passed away peacefully at her home on Friday, August 9, 2013.
She was a lifelong resident of New Harmony and the owner and operator of Morgan Springs Grocery and Pikeville Laundromat. She was a member of the New Harmony Church of Christ.
Mrs. DeVault was preceded in death by her husband Cleo DeVault of Dayton; father, John W. Fann of Pikeville; mother, Bessie Acuff Fann of Pikeville; two brothers, Austin Fann and Clarence Fann, both of Pikeville; and one sister, Nellie Bess Fann of Pikeville.
She is survived by one daughter, Marietta Brock of Pikeville; two grandchildren, Melody A. Walker (Jon Walker) of Tokyo, Japan and Joshua F. Harris (Joei Leigh Bullington) of Murfreesboro; and six great-grandchildren, Macon Walker of Fairfax, Virginia, Joseph Walker of Tokyo, Japan, Mary-Catherine Walker of Tokyo, Japan, Evan Harris of Murfreesboro, Marley-Rose Harris of Murfreesboro, and Whit Harris of Murfreesboro; several nieces, nephews and cousins along with a number of friends. She held a special place in her heart for Patsy Fann, Lisa B. and Lisa L. (Hospice nurses).
Funeral services were held August 12 with J.L. Reel officiating. Pallbearers were Tommy Gadd (honorary), Gary Everett, Ralph Everett, Billy DeVault (nephew), Joshua Harris (grandson), Charles Harris (son-in-law), and Jamie Robinson. She was interred next to her beloved husband at the Rigsby Cemetery in New Harmony.
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Arrangements were entrusted to Coulter Garrison Funeral Home in Dayton.