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Jathan Allen Cagle, 20
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McMinnville resident and Warren County native, Jathan Allen Cagle, 20, was born Oct. 30, 2002 and died Jan. 21, 2023 suddenly at Erlanger Medical Center in Chattanooga.           

He was the son of Linda Cagle of McMinnville, Leann Cagle of McMinnville and the late Billy Cagle. 

Mr. Cagle is survived by two children, Roman Cagle and Melayah Cagle, both of McMinnville; mother of his children, Brooke Covino of McMinnville; parents, Linda Cagle and Leann Cagle, both of McMinnville; grandparents, Nicky Cagle and Kim Hennessee and Jackie and Steven Grayson, all of McMinnville; great-great-grandmothers, Johnnie Sue Carr and Pat Wagner, both of McMinnville; siblings, Makayla Cagle, Brooklyn Lusk, Cambriah Baker, Uriah King, Makyra Cox, Jaylee Cox, Lutraya Hall, Aliyah Jaco, Gabrielle Jaco, Mikaliah Cornett and Jamari Jaco; uncles and aunts, Ricky and Lori Cagle, Vicki and Daniel Benedict, Kobe Cagle, Khristina and Brent Walling, Kim and Bill Rutledge, Alfred Carr, Annette Robertson, India Wagner Woods, Iesha Wagner, Kayla Simpson and Lindsey Cagle; special cousins, Kayla Wanamaker, Tiffany Cagle and Cortni Carpenter and special friend, Harley Hernandez.

Graveside service and interment will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 25 at Hebron Cemetery in Warren County. No service or visitation will be held at High Funeral Home.

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High Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.

Southern Standard

(McMinnville, Tenn.) Jan. 25, 2023