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Robert ‘Bob’ Eugene Carnie

1944 — 2020


HUNTINGDON — Mr. Robert “Bob” Eugene Carnie, 76, of Huntingdon, Tennessee died Monday, August 31, 2020, at Jackson Madison Co. General Hospital.
In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made to Huntingdon First Baptist Church building fund, 108 Church Street, Huntingdon, TN 38344.
Memorial funeral services were Friday, September 4, 2020 in the Chapel of Chase Funeral Home with Bro. Jacob Harris, Bro. Jimmy Furr, and Bro. Russ Wilkins officiating.
Mr. Carnie was born August 2, 1944, in Independence, Missouri, to the late Charles Keith and Alma Daisy (Watson) Carnie. He was a US Navy Veteran, retired slitter operator from Noranda, USA (Granges), and a member of First Baptist Church in Huntingdon. Some of his favorite hobbies were going to yard sales, riding in his antique cars, fishing, and spending time with family. He was also preceded in death by one brother, Charlie Carnie.
He is survived by his wife of 27 years, Teresa Wolfe Carnie, three sons, Robert Jason (Cindy) Carnie of Hot Springs, Arkansas, Keith (Samantha) Carnie of Hernando, Mississippi, Justin Carnie of Lexington, four daughters, Pam (Jeff) Lund of Troutdale, Oregon, currently living in Greece, Shannon (Brandon) Hunt of West Memphis, Arkansas, Kimberly (Guy) Williams of Clarksburg, Lesley (Clark) White of Huntingdon, one brother, Larry (Karen) Carnie of Holt, Missouri, sister-in-law, Ellen Carnie of Plattsburg, Missouri, mother-in-law, Betty Wolfe of Huntingdon, two brothers-in-law, Dan (Dee) Wolfe of Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, and Frank (Stephanie) Wolfe of Medina. He also leaves thirteen grandchildren, Alex, Faith, Phoebe, James Keith, Shelby, Alan, Macy-Kate, Laney, Kaylee, Logan, Brody, Tanner, Grady, six great-grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. Chase Funeral Home. +


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