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Wilma Bush

Mrs. Wilma Bush, age 88, of Manchester passed from this life on Friday, November 27, 2020, at St. Thomas – Midtown in Nashville, TN.  Wilma was born in Manchester on September 7, 1932, the daughter of the late Oscar and Della Clouse.  She was a beloved teacher for the Coffee County Schools and was dedicated to the education of children for over 30 years.  Wilma had a love for church and family.  She had a joy of life and serving others and was a hard worker.  Wilma was very social, she loved to travel, and she was very dedicated to her husband.  She loved birds, flowers, and dolls.  She was a loving wife, mother, grandmother, and sister.

In addition to her parents, Wilma is also preceded in death by her husband, Roy Bush; brothers, Infant Baby Brother, James Clouse, and Johnny Clouse; sister, Sandra Clouse.  She is survived by her son, David Bush (Lee Ann); daughter, Jo Anne Sorrell (Jim); brother, Charles Clouse; sisters, Joyce Ladd, Sue Banks, and Jane Lusk; grandchildren, Kirsten Roy (Aaron), Landon Bush (Rachel), Kevin Lillis, Chelsea Ison (Logan), Erin Eudaly (Stewart), Andrew Fulks, Parker Bush (Devan), Shelly Fulks; great-grandchildren, Kendall Bush, Hali Bush, Patrick Eudaly, Shae Bush, and Madison Eudaly; chosen family member, Dwayne Fulks (Glenna).

Due to COVID-19 a Celebration of Life will be conducted at a later date.

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Coffee County Funeral Chapel is honored to serve the Bush family. 

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