Agnes Favors Ritter


Agnes Favors Ritter, 86, of Rogersville passed away Sunday, March 12, 2017, at ECM Hospital. She was retired from Lauderdale County Board of Education after working as secretary/bookkeeper for LCHS for 27 years. She was a member of Elgin Crossroads Primitive Baptist Church, attended the Rogersville Senior Center and was an avid supporter of LCHS Athletics Program. She loved spending time with her children, grandchildren, great-grandchildren and her best friend, Elouise White. Visitation will be 5-8 p.m. Tuesday, March 14, 2017, at Rogersville Funeral Home. Funeral service will be 11 a.m. Wednesday in the chapel with Gary Williams and Ricky Hargrove officiating. Burial will follow in Corum Cemetery. Pallbearers will be Jeremy Ritter, Justin Ritter, John Ritter, Corey Lawson, Todd Lawson, Bailey Thomas, Dylan Cosby and Wade Menefee; honorary, Curtis Ritter and Max Menefee. Mrs. Ritter was preceded in death by her spouse, Luther Junior Ritter; parents, Curtis and Mary Favors; sisters, Pat Clark and Robbie Gautney; grandson, Andrew Ryan Ritter. She is survived by her children, Jimmy Ritter (Beth), Ronnie Ritter (Terri), Marsha Ritter Lawson (Randy) and Lisa Ritter Thomas (Joey); grandchildren, Chastity Ritter Springer (Brian), Jeremy Ritter (Jessica), Justin Ritter (Charis), John Ritter (Lauren), Katherine Ritter Menefee (Wade), Corey Lawson, Todd Lawson and Bailey Thomas; great-grandchildren, Dylan, Sydney, Alexandria, Curtis Mitchell , Carly, Brooklyn, Lauren, Lillian, Max, Elliotte, Mallory and Presley; brothers-in-law, Chick Ritter and Rayburn Clark; multiple nieces, nephews and cousins. Visit to share memories and condolences to the Ritter family.
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