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Gladys Marie Henry Jacobs, 92
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Warren County resident Gladys Marie Henry Jacobs, 92, was born Feb. 26, 1930 in Liberty (DeKalb County) and died March 4.

Married to the late Harris Clark Jacobs Jr. for over 52 years, she was preceded in death by her parents, Rev. Elisha N. and Etta Mae Clark Henry and brothers, Ernest Henry, Carson Henry, Herbert Henry, Wendell “Hank” Henry and Carl Henry. Also preceded in death by beloved sister, Velma Henry Rayburn.

A longtime, active member of Morrison United Methodist Church, Mrs. Jacobs was secretary at Morrison School for over 25 years. After retirement, she volunteered at Morrison Library, she was an officer in the Morrison United Methodist Women, a member of the former Morrison Ladies Study and Parliamentary Club and was named Morrison Ruritan Citizen of the Year in 2010.

She is survived by son and daughter-in-law, Mark and Shannon Jacobs of McMinnville, daughter Patti Jacobs Zimmerman of Nashville, grandson John (Kelly) Jacobs and great-grandchildren Harper and Hadley Jacobs of Thompson Station, TN. She is also survived by one brother, Peter (Eleanor) Henry of Florence, AL; niece, Marietta Henry of Rockford, IL; nephews, Scott (Michelle) Henry of Huntsville, AL and Mike (Wanda) Henry of Burlison, TX, several Henry cousins, numerous Jacobs relatives, her church family whom she loved and many, many friends.

Service to be held at Morrison United Methodist Church, 340 W. Maple St., Morrison, TN on Sunday, March 6, at 4 p.m. with Paul Tramel and Lanny Johnson officiating. Burial will follow at Morrison Cemetery in Warren County. Visitation will be from 2 to 4 p.m. at the church. In lieu of flowers, donations requested to Morrison United Methodist Church, Morrison United Methodist Church FUEL program or Morrison Library. Online condolences may be made at www.highfuneralhome.com.

High Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.

Southern Standard

(McMinnville, Tenn.) March 6, 2022