Mr. Clifton "Red" Goolsby  was  born  January  7, 1932, to the
late Champ
 and  Pearlie Goolsby in  Clay  County, Tennessee.
He passed away in peace at the Hospice Center in Athens,
 was  a  member  of the First Baptist Church of Gainesboro,  
where  he  served  as  a  deacon. He served in the U.S. Air  
Force  during  the  Korean  War,  and  was  a
 former  business
 and  retiree of J.C. Penny's.

  Funeral services will be held at  3  P.M.  on  Sunday,
28, 2018, at  Anderson - Upper  Cumberland  Funeral  Home  in
Gainesboro, TN. Burial will follow in the John L.  Clark  Memorial
Cemetery in the Stone community.

  The family will receive friends on Sunday from 12  Noon  until
time of services.

In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by 1
Dwight Goolsby;  his  Wife: Ann (Tootsie) Goolsby;  his  Second
Wife: Wilma Byers; 2   Brothers:   Kenneth  Goolsby  and Marlin
; and 1 Sister-in-Law: Emmajean Goolsby.

Survivors include 1
 Sister: Vickey Goolsby Apple of Cookeville;
1 Son: Michael (Sylvia) Goolsby of  Colbert, GA;  2  Grandsons:
Spence (Shai Littlejohn) Goolsby of Brentwood, TN,  and  Adam
(Irene) Goolsby of Lakenheath, England;  3 Great - Grandsons:
Brenden Goolsby,  Ayden Goolsby,   and   Garrick  Goolsby;   1
Great  Granddaughter:  Isabella;  1  Uncle: Vester Boles of New
Castle, Indiana; and  several  nieces  and  nephews,  and great
nieces and nephews

Bro. Damon Corley, Bro. Kelly Stockton, and  Bro. Mark Burnett
will officiate at the services.

Memorial donations may be made to the donor's favorite charity
by contacting the funeral home.
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