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Juston Lee Stephens

March 8, 1962 ~ February 14, 2022 (age 59)


Juston Lee Stephens, of Manchester, Tennessee, peacefully passed this life, on Monday, February 14, 2022, after an extended illness. Juston, a member of the CHS Class of 1980 and a United States Army Veteran, was born in Manchester, Tennessee, on March 8, 1962.

Graveside services will be held, at Welker Cemetery, on Sunday, February 20, 2022, at 2PM, with Bro. Charles Williams, minister of New Union Church of Christ, officiating. Pallbearers are Joshua Stephens, Arron Sissom, Curtis Vickers, Jordan Lowe, Steven Sipe, Coulter Gray and James Armstrong. Coffee County Funeral Chapel is in charge of the arrangements.

Juston is survived by his parents, Sue and Jerry Stephens, of the New Union Community; two daughters, Ashlee Owens (Phillip) and Lindsey Carter; four grandchildren, LiliAna, Brodie, RJ and Balian; five siblings, Donald Ray “Donnie” Stephens, Jennifer Stephens- Vickers (Curtis), Mona Duke Gray and Patricia Duke; two half-sisters, Jammie Shelton and Tonya Waites; five nieces, Jessica Stephens-Lowe (Jordan), Madison Vickers, Cheyenne Vickers, Cara Sipe (Steven) and Amber Duke; two nephews, Joshua Stephens (Kammie) and Coulter Gray (Miranda); and two great nephews, James Lowe and Jasper Lowe.

Juston was preceded in death by his grandparents, Novia and Eulis Green, of Manchester, Tennessee and Lura and Frank Stephens of Celina, Tennessee.

Juston was a member of the Church of Christ and though health issues had prevented him attending worship, New Union Church of Christ was his home congregation.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made in Juston’s Memory to: Short Mountain Bible Camp, in Woodbury, Tennessee, where he and his brother, Donnie, attended as young boys. Donations can be mailed to: 650 Bible Camp Rd. Woodbury, Tennessee 37190 or emailed to Venmo@Mark-Williams553 or Paypal:@The RealMarkWilliams

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