A celebration of life for Mr. Mark Dudney Carlisle, 64, of the
Union Hill community of Clay County, TN, will be held at 6 P.M.
on Saturday, July 7, 2018, at Anderson - Upper Cumberland
Funeral Home in Gainesboro, TN. The family has chosen
The family will receive friends on Saturday from 2 P.M. until
time of services.
He passed away on Friday, June 29, 2018, at his residence.
He was born July 25, 1953, in the Mt. Vernon community of
Clay County, TN, to the late Harold Carlisle and Jewell Smith
Carlisle. On June 3, 1976, he was married to Marie Anderson
Carlisle, who survives. He was a retired pallet shop and sawmill
owner, and served on the board at Twin Lakes Telephone. He
was a member of the Tannehill Lodge, and enjoyed hiking and
archaeology. He was a member of the Whitleyville Church of
Christ, and was a U.S. Army Ranger.
In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by 1
Daughter: Mandi Conway; 1 Sister: Cheryl Focer; and his
Father-in-Law: Leon Anderson.
Survivors include his Wife: Marie Anderson Carlisle of the
Union Hill community of Clay County, TN; his Children: Melanie
(Michael) Rainey of Plant City, FL, Joseph Conway of Neosho,
MO, Molly (John) Upchurch of Cookeville, TN, Marki (Chase)
Brown of Cookeville, TN, Morgan (Kevin) Capps of Whitleyville,
TN, and McKenzie Carlisle of Cookeville, TN; Grandchildren:
Mikey, Marissa, and Mallorie Rainey, Riley Conway, Emmett
Brown, Megan Upchurch, and Gracie Upchurch; 1 Brother: John
(Lynette) Carlisle of Red Boiling Springs, TN; 1 Sister: Tanna
(Roger) Short of Celina, TN; his Brother-in-Law: Edward
"Preacher" (Patty) Anderson of Gainesboro, TN; and his
Mother-in-Law: Moline (W.C.) Howell of Gainesboro, TN. Other
relatives and friends also survive.
Bro. Jimmy Anderson and Shane Smith will officiate at the
Memorial donations may be made to Jackson - Smith County
Youth Camp by contacting the funeral home.
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