Jean Fair, a beloved member of the community and a passionate artist, has passed away at the age of 95. She was born on March 5, 1928, in Albuquerque, New Mexico, and left this world on September 10, 2023, in Nashville, Tennessee. Jean was known for her kind heart, artistic talent, and dedication to her family and friends.
Mrs. Fair is preceded in death by her parents Robert and Marie Hamilton, her brother Jay Hamilton, and her family dog Shiloh. Their bond brought much happiness and companionship throughout the years.
She is survived by her loving son Robert Fair, daughter Kay (Taylor) Spadafora, sister Joan Jenkins, nieces Donna (Bert) Caum and Sharon (Nikki) Hooks, nephews David Hamilton and Kenn (Sue) Hamilton, as well as numerous caring friends who meant the world to her.
Mrs. Fair’s creative journey began when she received a degree in Fashion Design from Auburn University. Her love for painting, art, crafting, decorating, fashion, and cooking turned into lifelong hobbies that brought her immense joy. She had an extraordinary ability to turn everyday objects into beautiful works of art and had a keen eye for design.
She was an active member of Belmont United Methodist Church and attended Harbison Fellowship Sunday School Class. She and her former husband Harold made friends there that lasted a lifetime.
She was a member of the Home Demonstration club and enjoyed many senior citizen trips, as well as visiting Gatlinburg, Montgomery Bell State Park, and her former Mother-in-Law in Batesville, Mississippi.
Mrs. Fair leaves behind a legacy of creativity, love, and friendship. Her passion for art, her dedication to her family, and her unwavering faith inspired those around her. As we gather to celebrate Jean’s life and morn our loss, let us remember her with joy in our hearts. May we carry forward her spirit of kindness and artistic vision, knowing that she will always be with us in our memories.
She has touched our lives in immeasurable ways. Mrs. Fair’s memory will forever live on in our hearts.
Visitation will be Saturday, September 16, 2023 from 2:00pm ~ 4:00pm at Belmont United Methodist Church 2007 Acklen Ave, Nashville, TN 37212.