Matthew Cockerham Obituary, Death – Matthew Cockerham, who had spent his whole life in Thompson Station, Tennessee, and had lived to the ripe old age of 94 when he passed away on July 4, 2023, had lived in Thompson Station. He had spent the preceding 94 years of his life living in the state of Tennessee. His birth took place in Breathitt County, Kentucky, and his parents were the late Corbit Cockerham and Lillie Turner Cockerham.
He was named after his birthplace. Unfortunately, neither of his parents is still alive as he was born after their deaths so close together. Before Mr. Cockerham himself left, his wife, Sarah Ellen Cockerham, his son Randy Cockerham, his granddaughter Kelly Cockerham, his brothers Homer, Jesse, and Frank Cockerham, and his sister Margerat Terry all departed. Zachary Pelkey, Savannah Pelkey, and Josh Stockdale are the Pelkey siblings.
At the Spring Hill Memorial Funeral Home on July 8, 2023, at twelve o’clock in the afternoon, memorial services will be held in memory of a loved one who passed away the previous year. The memorial service will be held in memory of the person who has passed away. The Reverend Charles Napier has been requested to serve as the event’s officiant and will therefore take the helm as the gathering’s leader. After the conclusion of the service, the funeral and burial will take place at Harpeth Hills Memory Gardens immediately following the ceremony.
The members of the deceased individual’s family will be the ones to walk in front of the casket as it is brought down the aisle during the funeral procession. Up to the time of his retirement, he worked for Ford Motor Company as the maintenance manager role, which he maintained for the entirety of his career there. He held a job there for a considerable amount of time. Daughter Anita Cockerham, sons Faron Cockerham, Ronnie Cockerham, and Edward Cockerham, grandkids Philip Pelkey and Domini Pelkey, and great-grandchildren Joey Voight, Braylon Pelkey, and Gavin Pelkey are some of the members of the Cockerham family that are still with us today.