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Prince H. Aydelott
Date of Death or Service Jul 20, 2014
Prince H. Aydelott

On Sunday, July 20, 2014, Prince H. Aydelott, age 92, of Dickson, TN ended his journey on earth. Mr. Aydelott was born on January 7, 1922 to Leonard and Ethel Aydelott on Swan Creek in Centerville, TN. After serving with the United States Coast Guard during World War II, he received a Bachelor’s degree from Tennessee Technological University and a Masters degree from the University of Tennessee at Knoxville.

Mr. Aydelott taught vocational agriculture at Gallatin High School for seven years during which time he helped to initiate a chapter of the Future Farmers of America there. He then joined the Ralston Purina Company with whom he worked for 22 years as a district sales manager.

While in Gallatin, Mr. and Mrs. Aydelott were instrumental in starting the Hartsville Pike Church of Christ. In Dickson, he served as a deacon and an elder at the Walnut Street Church of Christ and as an adult Bible school teacher for both the Walnut Street congregation and the Pomona Church of Christ.

Mr. Aydelott loved spending time with his family, raising cattle, and working in his garden. He was preceded in death by his parents, Leonard and Ethel Aydelott, sisters, Floy Overby and Grace Hicks, and brothers, Clyde Aydelott, Wright and Horace Aydelott.

Mr. Aydelott is survived by his wife of 70 years, Anna B. Holliman Aydelott, Brothers, L.T. and Gray Aydelott, daughters, Becky Cline (Sherman) and Betsy Anderson (Eddie), four grandchildren, Cali Watts (Devin), Cory Anderson (Jessica), Rachel Hedge (Chris), and Evans Cline (Holly), and six great grandchildren Charlie and Sophie Hedge, Blake and Hattie Watts, Olivia Cline, and Jax Anderson.

A funeral service was held at 2:00 on Wednesday, July 23, 2014. Place of rest is at the Union Cemetery. Bob Terrell, minister for the Clanton Church of Christ in Clanton, Alabama, Sherman Cline, Eddie Anderson, sons-in-law of Mr. Aydelott spoke at the funeral service with congregational singing led by Curtis Southerland. Paul Darety, minister of the Pomona Church of Christ, conducted the graveside service. 



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