Memorial services for Mrs. Kay Holland Inman, age 78, of Manchester will be conducted Saturday, October 13, 2012 at 4:00 PM at Coffee County Funeral Chapel.
Visitation will be held from 2:00 PM until time of services on Saturday at Coffee County Funeral Chapel. Mrs. Inman passed away Saturday, October 6, 2012 surrounded by her loving daughters and family.
Kay was born April 23, 1934 in Decherd, Tennessee the daughter of the late Paul Willis Holland and Odie V. Davidson Holland. She spent her childhood years growing up in Franklin County along with two brother and two sisters. She married Charles E. Inman, Jr. on May 15, 1953 and the two started their family. Being a military wife, Kay enjoyed traveling throughout the United States and Europe. She and her family resided in many locations through the years. While in Miami, FL, she enjoyed her years of employment with The Field Shops, Inc., which manufactured uniforms and accessories for the airline industry. After moving to Nashville, TN, Kay was employed with Dillard’s Department Store from which she retired after 10 years.
Kay was a loving wife, mother and friend to all. She was known for being elegant, witty, and humorous and in one simple word, vivacious. She enjoyed painting, pottery, all types of art, macramé, and jazzercise.
In addition to her parents, she is preceded in death by her husband and father of her children, Charles E. Inman, Jr.; her second husband, Claude Nicks; and two brothers, Thomas E. Holland and Paul D. Holland.
Survivors include four daughters, Deborah E. Inman of Manchester; Melissa Kay Morin of Manchester; Paula Rae Chambers and husband, George of Hillsboro; and Leslie Gaye Inman also of Hillsboro; ten grandchildren, Kasey Maxwell; Meloney Howell and husband, Aaron; Jaimey Maxwell; Amy Townsend and David Hamm; Mandy Sapp and husband, Travis; Michael Cheatham; Matthew Bendus and wife, Maranda; Callie Bendus; Sarah Morin and Nehemiah Chambers; six great-grandchildren, Gunner Massey; Zakery Massey; Payton Townsend; Reagan Howell; Preston Chambers; Killian Anderson; and Rhodes Grayton Bendus; and two sisters, Elaine H. Arnold of Santa Rosa Beach, FL and Von J. Lacy and husband, Tom of Winchester, TN.
The family suggests memorial contributions be made to the National Parkinson’s Foundation, P.O. Box 5018, Hagerstown, MD 21741-5018 or to www.parkinson.org or to the Coffee County Children’s Advocacy Center, 104 N. Spring St., Manchester, TN 37355
Coffee County Funeral Chapel is honored to serve the family of Mrs. Kay Holland Inman.