Tim Austin Nunnally, 78, of Lynn, passed from this life on Friday, Feb. 26, 2021, at White River Medical Center in Batesville.

He was born June 26, 1942, in Lynn, to Austin Clarence and Lois Casper Nunally. He married Mary Oliver on July 6, 1963, in Lynn. Tim was a co-owner of T&T Farms and was a member of Pleasant Hill Missionary Baptist Church in Lynn.

He was preceded in death by his parents; and one great-grandson, Jude Ryan Morgan.

He is survived by his wife, Mary Nunnally, of the home; daughters, Teresa Morgan of Jonesboro, Pam Broadway (Bret) of Smithville, Lana Doyle (Billy) of Denton, Brynn Dail (Chad) of Ravenden; brother, Tony Nunnally (Kim) of Lynn; grandchildren, Ryan Morgan (Autumn), Ashley Bradley (Zac), Amber Witt (Zach), Jessica Crisler (Cade), Breanna Durham (Dustin), Miranda Morgan (Trevor), Zach Doyle (Shani), Cannon Dail and Tripp Dail; great-grandchildren, Hayden Whitlock, McKinley Morgan, John Luke Bradley, Kase Morgan, Madie Bradley, Nathaniel Powell, Ashlyn Powell, Adelayde Baker, Gabe Witt, Maci Witt, Beckett Witt, Brantley Wooten, Willow Crisler, Easton Durham, Newt Durham, Kree Durham, Oliver Morgan, Avery Morgan and Jett Doyle.

Visitation was Monday, March 1, from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m. at Pleasant Hill Missionary Baptist Church in Lynn. The funeral followed at 1 p.m. with Jerry Chandler and Phillip Lewallen officiating. Interment was in Old Lebanon Cemetery in Lynn under the direction of Cox Funeral Home in Walnut Ridge.

Grandsons served as pallbearers.

An online guestbook is available at www.coxfhwalnutridge.com.

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