Beulah Mae Lawson Dudney,  age  96,  of  Madison,  and
formerly of Gainesboro in Jackson County, TN, passed away on
Thursday September 27, 2012 at 5:20 A.M. at Kindred  Nursing
and Rehabilitation in Madison.

 She was born on July 6, 1916 in Jackson County to  the  late
Jim K.  and  Verdie Castell Lawson. She  married  James  T.
on December  23, 1939, who preceded her in death of
63 years on March 5, 2003.

 She was preceded in death by  4  brothers,
Elmer, Charlie,
and  Luther Lawson. She  is  survived  by  her  son   and
James S. Sr. (Jimmy)  and  Mary Dudney  of
Madison, Grandson and Granddaughter-in-law  
James Sidney
Jr.  (Jim)  and  Kari  Dudney
,   Great   Granddaughter   Ryan
Sidney Dudney
of Nashville, several nieces and one nephew.

 She  was  a  longtime  member  of  the Free State Church of
Christ  in  Jackson  County. She  was  a sales clerk at Anderson
Dept.   Store,   Montgomery   Electric  and  Hardware  Co.,  and
Dudney’s  IGA  Grocery. Her passions in life was her  vegetable
garden and cooking for relatives and friends.

 Her  family  wishes  to extend a special thank you to Dr. E.M.
and  Janie  Dudney  and  Judy and Tim Chambers  for  the care
they  gave  to  her  through  the  years,  to  the  entire  staff   of
Kindred Nursing and Rehabilitation of Madison for their care for
the past 2 years, and to Odyssey Hospice for their care  for  the
past week.

 Funeral services will be conducted  Sunday, September  30,
2012 at 3 P.M. at Anderson – Upper Cumberland Funeral Home
with  Bro. Buck Dozier  and  Bro.  Edward  Anderson  officiating.
Burial  will  follow  in  the John L. Clark Memorial Cemetery. The
family will receive friends on Saturday September 29, 2012 from
3 til 8 P.M. and Sunday 2 hours prior to service.

 Active pallbearers Dr. E.M. Dudney, Tim Chambers, Charles
Reeves,  Harold  Heady,  Randy  Bybee,  Larry  Dudney,   John
Cason, Matthew Scoggins.

 Memorials  may  be  made  to  Churches  of  Christ  Disaster
Relief Effort Inc. 410 Allied Dr., Nashville, TN 37211.
© 2012 Anderson - Upper Cumberland Funeral Home