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Julia Vinson Roan

Mrs. Julia Vinson Roan, 79, passed away unexpectedly
Saturday August 8, 2020 at the Unity Medical Center in Manchester,
Tennessee.  She was born in Montgomery, Alabama on September 14, 1940 to
Bennie Frank Vinson Sr. and Alice Drummond Vinson who preceded her in death
along with her husband, Forrest Collins Roan Jr.

She was a member of the Hillsboro United Methodist Church and was a retired
Medical Technician.

A loving mother who cherished her family and friends (and her dog, Max).
She was an avid reader and book collector who loved to exchange her latest
finds with kindred spirits.  She was a talented seamstress and crafter who
shared her creations with others.

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She is survived by her son, Stephen V. Roan and his wife, Esra of Memphis,
Tennessee; daughters, Beverly Allen and her husband Dale of Athens, Alabama
and Brenda Lovelady and her husband Donnie of Manchester; brother, Bennie
Frank Vinson Jr. and his wife, Amanda of Birmingham, Alabama;
grandchildren, Chelsea Bean, Alexander Brock, Benjamin and Emre Roan; great
grandchildren, Cassidy Murch and Emelia Bean.

A visitation with family and friends will be held Friday August 14, 2020
from 2:00 PM – 6:00 PM in the parlors of Central Funeral Home, Manchester,

A private service will be held at the Hillsboro Methodist Church with
Pastor William Bailey officiating.

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