Funeral  services  for  Mr.  Louis  Joseph  Vedros, Jr., 69,  of
Gainesboro, TN, will  be  held  at  1 P.M.  on  Friday,   March  3,
2017,     at   Anderson - Upper  Cumberland  Funeral  Home   in
Gainesboro, TN. Burial will follow in the John L.  Clark  Memorial
Cemetery in the Stone community of Jackson County, TN.

   The family will receive friends on Friday  from  10  A.M.  until
time of services.

   He  passed  away   on   Sunday,   February  26,   2017,     at
Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville, TN.

   He was born July 14, 1947, in New Orleans, LA,   to  the  late
Louis J. Vedros, Sr. and Elaine LeGendre Vedros.  On April 24,
1994, he was married to Cindy Anderson Vedros, who survives.

   He served in the U.S. Army during the Vietnam era, and also
served and retired as a deputy chief  warden  for  the  Jefferson
Parish  Sheriff's  office.    While  in  this  position,  he  especially
helped rehabilitate  inmates  from  varying  kinds  of  addictions.
After  moving   to   Tennessee,  be   began   a   career  with the
Tennessee Bureau of Investigation, serving as  an  investigator
for 16 years, until his retirement.

   He enjoyed the quiet simple life of living in Gainesboro.    He
enjoyed his many friends, and  attended  the  Stone  Church  of
Christ. He was a skilled blues guitarist, and  played   in   several
bands over the years. He was honored to  have  been  inducted
into the Westbank Music Hall of Fame in Westwego, LA.

   In addition to his parents, he was preceded in  death  by  the
Mother of his Children: Joann Pedalino Vedros.

   Survivors   include   his   Wife:     Cindy Anderson Vedros  of
Gainesboro, TN; 2 Daughters: Danielle (Kenneth) Belala of New
Orleans, LA, and Leah (Joe) Mollohan   of   Springfield,   TN;   6
Grandchildren:    Giovanna Songy,    Cole Meadows,    Stephen
Mollohan,  Trey   Mollohan,  Leila   Mollohan,     and     Brayden
Mollohan; and  1  Brother:  David Vedros  of  New  Orleans, LA.
Several nieces, nephews, cousins, other relatives,  and  friends
also survive.

   Bro. Jimmy Anderson will officiate at the services.
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