Services Set For Girl Killed
In Friday Accident In Bradyville

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Funeral services will be held Wednesday for a young girl who died early Saturday morning at Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt from injuries sustain in a Friday night accident in Bradyville.

The incident which resulted in the death of Jasmine Marie Lynn happened around 6:20 p.m. on Highway 64 near the Rutherford-Cannon county line.

The Tennessee Highway Patrol said the driver of a 2008 Kia Spectra was traveling eastbound on Highway 64 down a hill when the girl is reported to have run into the road.

The driver of the Kia, 25-year-old Anthony Danko, of Bradyville, was not injured.

The accident remains under investigation by the THP.

Investigators said the child appeared to be unattended. The driver of the vehicle was not believed to have been using any drugs of alcohol, Tennessee Highway Patrol reports state.

Trooper Donnie Clark and Sgt. Jimmy Jones investigated the incident.

The Cannon County Sheriff’s Department and Cannon County EMS responded to the accident.

Following is obituary information for Lynn:

Jasmine Marie Lynn, age 3 of Bradyville, TN, born February 7, 2008 and left this world on June 11, 2011 to begin her new life as an angel in God’s Kingdom following a tragic automobile accident.

Funeral service will be 3:00 p.m. Wednesday at Woodfin Memorial Chapel. Pastor Scott Bane will officiate. Pallbearers will be Brian Hughes, Doug Short, Michael Short, Rocky Simpson II

She was preceded in death by a grandfather, William R. (Billy) Hughes, grandmother, Sandra Kay Lowhorn, great grandfather, Ross Gilbert Bowling, great grandfather, William Alex Hughes, and great grandmother, Clara Zumbro Hughes,.

She is survived by her mother, Melissa Hughes of Bradyville, father, Jamie Clinton Lynn of Unionville; sister, Felicity Leigh Simpson, brother, Rocky Lee Simpson, III, both of Bradyville, and Carter McKinsey Lynn of Lafayette, TN; grandmother, Cheryl Hughes of Murfreesboro, grandfather, Roger Clinton (Dianne) Lynn of McMinnville; great grandmother, Erliene Bowling of Murfreesboro; uncles, Brian (Brooke) Hughes of Christiana, Roger Scott Lynn of Lafayette; aunts, Cynthia Lynn Zareel of Benton, MO, Linda Short of McMinnville, and Jamie Turner of McMinnville; cousins, Paxton and Molly Rose Hughes of Christiana, Gabriel Zareel of Benton, MO, and Andrew Tyler Turner of McMinnville.

Jasmine was a special little girl who simply loved life. Every day was a new adventure for her whether it was watching her favorite cartoon “Dora” or just spending time with her family. If you were a stranger to Jasmine, you wouldn’t be for long because she would capture your heart with her affection and loving personality winning over the elderly as well as the young. Besides Dora, she loved going to church, going to Grandma’s house and changing clothes.

Jasmine, our baby will be so missed on this earth, but we will try to take comfort knowing that she is now happy and pain free with her Heavenly Father and her new wings. Rest in peace baby, we love you so much and you will forever be in our hearts.

Memorials may be made to Wilson Bank and Trust in memory of Jasmine Marie Lynn.

Visitation will be from 4:00 until 8:00pm Tuesday at Woodfin Memorial Chapel. 615-893-5151. Online condolences may be made at

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June 13, 2011 at 11:50am
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