King, Lottie Nora (Decatur)

Friday, May 22, 2020

Lottie Nora King, 92, of Decatur, passed away on Thursday,  May 22, 2020.

She was a daughter of the late Charlie and Mattie Moses Colbaugh and was preceded in death by her sisters; Agnes Colbaugh and Annie Hendricks and her brothers: Johnny Colbaugh, Rev. Clifford Colbaugh, Hobert Colbaugh and Wesley Colbaugh.

She was a member of Five Point Baptist Church.

Survivors include: her son and daughter-in-law, Leroy and Brenda King of Zephyrhills, Fl.; granddaughters, Kathy King of Cleveland and Cindy King Wasem of Decatur, sisters and brother-in-law, Patricia and Bob Parris of Decatur and Joyce Smith of Dayton, and a brother, Ben Colbaugh of Clarksville. Several nieces, nephews, and other extended family also survive.

A graveside service will be held on Monday, May 25, at Cottonport Cemetery at 2 p.m. with Dr. Keith Goforth officiating.  

There will be no formal visitation.

Bowers Funeral Home is honored to serve the King family.


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