Elder Bobby G. Sutton

Born in Red Boiling Springs, TN on March 17, 1935

Departed on June 1, 2014 and resided in Hendersonville, TN

  • Visitation: Hendersonville Funeral Home
    • Tuesday June 3, 2014 4:00pm to 8:00pm
    • Wednesday June 4, 2014 2:00pm to 8:00pm
    • Thursday June 5, 2014 11:00am to 1:00pm
  • Life Celebration: Hendersonville Funeral Home
    • Thursday June 5, 2014 1:00pm to 2:00pm
  • Interment: Forest Lawn Memorial Park
    • Thursday June 5, 2014 2:30pm

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Elder Bobby G. Sutton - Age 79, of Hendersonville, passed away June 1, 2014.
He was the founder and pastor of Bethlehem Missionary Baptist Church for 43 years. Mr. Sutton was also a 50 year member & 32nd Degree Mason at Goodlettsville Masonic Lodge #271.
Preceded in death by his wife, Annette Scott Sutton; brothers, James Sutton & Roy Lee Sutton. Survived by his daughters, Glenda Davis (Bradley) and Pamela Tidwell; brother, Tommy Sutton; grandchildren, Randall Tidwell, Summer Munyon, Michael Price, Shonda Price and Bobby Price. 8 great grandchildren also survive.
A Life Celebration will be held 1pm Thursday at Hendersonville Funeral Home with Johnny Carver officiating. Burial will follow at Forest Lawn Cemetery. Active Pallbearers will be Tommy Sutton, Jr. Charles Sutton, Michael Price, Bobby Price, Tim Munyon & Steve Shoulders. Visitation will be 4-8 pm Tuesday 2-8pm Wednesday with a Masonic Service at 7:00pm & 11-1pm Thursday at HENDERSONVILLE FUNERAL HOME, 353 Johnny Cash Pkwy, Hendersonville, TN, 37075 (615) 824-3855. springfieldfh.wpengine.com

13 Comments to Elder Bobby G. Sutton

  1. Steve & Vicky Shoulders says:

    A sad time for the family an he has been missed for awhile due to his illness but he has always been loved an thought of all the time! But from his preaching he will see us all again one day, he’s walking the streets of gold an sister Annette is singing he songs! Praise God

  2. Debby Linson says:

    My thoughts and prayers are with Glenda, Pam and families. May God grant you peace knowing that your Dad and Mom are both resting in HIS arms. God Bless.

  3. Greg and Carol Munyon says:

    Greg and I are so sorry for your loss. We know it’s been so very hard these last few years, and we want to celebrate his life and ministry. God used him in so many ways to bring His love and light to this world. What an awesome legacy for all of you! May God’s peace, comfort, and strength be yours now and in the days to come, and may you rest knowing Bobby is with the Lord and seeing the face of God.

  4. Christina Price says:

    Christina Price

    12 mins ·

    Decided I would speak of one of my favorite memories of granddaddy today. It’s not the first but the most precious to me. I was sitting with my husband and his family at church and grandaddy was preaching on salvation.I felt like he was talking to no one else but me that day. I felt my heart breaking and I was shaking mike took my hand and granddaddy walked down from the pulpit and whispered to me “He is just waiting to hear from you.” Glenda put her arms around me also. I felt myself being called from within and I went up to the alter. That began my new life in God’s hands. I had many around me that day, but he spoke to my soul that day and I will never forget that he helped along with the rest of the family bring me to God and I can never thank him enough, or thank God enough for sending his son to have that chance.

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    Christina Price R.I.P. Grandaddy rest well in God”s arms

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    Michael Ogre Price Thinking if how awesome it is that I’m part of that experience, baby. Thank you. But You will be in a room full of people just like you for the next couple of days. Jesus died on a cross for our sins to pave a way for us to reach his Father and without him we would never earn another way to Him. But without Granddaddy, how many of us would have found our way to Jesus? How many souls would be here alone in the dark without this man’s guidance? I know mine would. Thank you, Granddaddy, for being my Way to the Light. I love you, Baby, thank you for helping me express this thought.

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  5. Rhiannon Price says:

    Rhiannon ShadowKat Price

    22 hours ago

    Yesterday my great grandfather passed away. I’m glad that he is finally free of this world and this life and that he gets to rejoin his wife in Heaven, but I will admit that I’ll miss him a whole bunch. I can’t honestly remember a time when I had met him without his Alzhiemers, but I can admit that I remember going to see him for his birthday and for christmas and I remember how happy he would get after saying prayer. Even though most memories left his mind due to the illness he never once forgot how to pray and he never forgot his wife. That is true love, and I believe that he is up there hugging Nana with all his might and they are watching over us. I love you Granddaddy may you rest in peace in the hands of our savior.

  6. Destiny Price says:

    Destiny Price

    19 hours ago

    My great-grandfather passed yesterday, and I know that Nana has been fussing with him since he got there for making her wait so long. I am glad I got to say goodbye, and I am glad that he is somewhere he can be way more comfortable than he has been for a while here.

  7. Erika Uhles says:

    Erika Smilieface Uhles

    6 hours ago

    ok so yu all have been posting really sweet things about granddaddy on my page nd trust me wen i say this i have thought about it but evry time i think about him it makes me cry b/c i miss him so much now i really dnt have tht many memories of grandaddy other than going to church wen i was real little nd hearing him preach nd how one day he was ganna get his promotion nd now tht he finally has im so happy for him i jus miss him so much tbh im glad tht he finally gets to be with nana nd the rest of our family but honestly if i cud wish for anything it wud be to get them both bck but to make sure they were happy healthy nd not sick i love nd miss them so much so yes they are both dearly missed but im jus glad they are in the hands of the lord now nd ther happy again …. — feeling lost

  8. Kathy (Spoon) Springer says:

    Glenda & Pam, I am so sorry for your loss. Your dad and mom too were such special people…always made me feel so loved. I treasure all the times we were able to serve the Lord together and spend time with them when they would stay with my mom and dad. We lost mom last year in August and when I think of her I know she must be having a great time in the Lord with all those she loved. Your families will be in my prayers that God would grant you strength for the coming days and comfort you when you grieve.

  9. Cathy Smith Weisenbach says:

    Brother Bobby and Sister Annette were friends with my parents, John and Rose Smith. We spent many times together as I grew up. Church services, dinners, vacations. I am so blessed to have known him. He was an inspiration and great example of a Christian man who loved the Lord. One thing I will never forget…..we were visiting at their home in Hendersonville and he poured a cup of coffee out of the coffee maker and directly drank it…..steam rolling out the top of the cup. I was amazed!!

  10. Pam kirthlink says:

    Thinking of the family at this time.

    Loudon OES

  11. Sherry Colella says:

    My deepest sympathies goes out to the family!

  12. Doise jones says:

    My condolences to the family. What a wonderful legacy he left. He is being rewarded right now!

  13. Pat Reese says:

    My thoughts and prayers are with the family. He was a great man.

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