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Lavonne Lavette Salisbury

July 19, 1979 - May 16, 2024

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Lavonne Lavette Salisbury, 44, of Church Hill Tennessee, passed away on May 16, 2024.

Lavonne was born in Knoxville, TN, on July 19, 1979, to Steve Joe Cavin and Teresa Dianne Cavin (Fields). She lived most of her life in Church Hill, TN with her life partner, children, and grandchildren.

Lavonne was with Brian Salisbury for twenty-five years and had three children and three stepchildren with him. Lavonne was a loving woman who cared about her family, especially spoiling her grandchildren. She was well known within her community as a cook at Dairy Cup in Mount Carmel for over 6+ years, making delicious food and having a contagious smile.

Lavonne is survived by her husband/long term boyfriend, Brian Salisbury; children, Stephanie Phillips (Barrett), Samantha Warren (Salisbury), and Brian Salisbury Jr.; her stepchildren, Suzanne Voight, Billy Salisbury, and Skylar Varner; her mother, Teresa Fields; grandchildren, Charlie Salisbury, Marleigh Salisbury, Maelee Salisbury, Keirsten Voight, Kaden Voight, and Stormy Voight; and many other family and friends.

A visitation will be held from 11:00 – 1:00 PM on Thursday, May 23, 2024, at Johnson-Arrowood Funeral Home of Church Hill. The funeral service will follow in the funeral home chapel with Mark Haga and Eric Spencer officiating. A graveside service will follow in procession to McPheeters Bend Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers memorial donations may be given to . Or in lieu of flowers or donations, we ask that you take a moment to hug your child, grandchild, friend, or walk in the woods for a moment, an hour or a day. Time waits for no one.