Funeral services for Mrs. Ruth  Bain  Wooten,  age  88, of
Gainesboro,  Tennessee,   will   be held at 1 P.M. on Thursday,
March 22, 2007,   at   the   Gainesboro  First  United  Methodist
Church in Gainesboro, TN. Burial will follow in the John L. Clark
Memorial Cemetery in the Stone community of Jackson County.

The  family  will  receive  friends  on  Wednesday  from  5  – 8 P.
M.  at  the  funeral  home,   and  on Thursday at the church
from 12 Noon until time of services.

Mrs. Wooten passed away on Monday,  March  19, 2007,  at
NHC in Cookeville, TN.

She was born February 6, 1919, in Baxter, TN,  to  the   late
James A. and Bonnie Nunally Bain.   On  June 27, 1937, she
was married to the late
Bill E. Wooten, Sr.,  who preceded her
in death in December, 1976.

She   was   a   piano   teacher,   and  served  as  pianist and
organist at  Gainesboro  First United Methodist Church for more
than 42 years.   A  talented musician, she used it all to the glory
of God.   Until  the  time of her death, she was the longest living
member of Gainesboro First United Methodist Church.

In addition to her husband and parents,  she  was  preceded
in   death   by   
3   Sisters:  Pearl York, Nell Bain, and Elizabeth
Feak; and
2 Brothers: James Nunally and Billy Joe Bain.

Survivors include  
1 Daughter:   Mary Ann Wooten Huffines
and husband Drue, of Cookeville, TN;  
1 Son: Bill E. Wooten Jr.
and   wife   Jane Ellen  Pharris   Wooten   of   Gallatin,   TN;   
3
Grandchildren:
Lucretia Huffines (Gary) Maxwell of Cookeville,
TN,    Susan   Wooten  (Steve)  Ford   of   Collierville,  TN, and
Catharine   Brooke   Wooten    of    Atlanta,   GA;    
4   Great –
Grandchildren:   
Davis   and  Lee Maxwell, Matthew and Riley
Ford;
1 Sister: Phyllis Hawkins of Gainesboro, TN; 1 Brother:
Frank Bain of Baxter, TN; and several nieces and nephews.

Memorial   donations   may be made to the Gainesboro First
United  Methodist   Church   by   contacting   Anderson – Upper
Cumberland Funeral Home.
© 2007 Upper Cumberland Funeral Home LLC