Kendall Womble - Austin Funeral & Cremation Services

Kendall Womble

Born: February 10, 1971
Died: October 23, 2018
Current City: Franklin, Tennessee

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Honoring Kendall Bolden Womble

Kendall Bolden Womble was born on February 10, 1971 in Nashville, Tennessee and peacefully passed away on October 23, 2018 surrounded by her devoted family.  She was a remarkable and courageous woman who inspired many and was dearly loved by her loyal family and friends. She is survived by her husband, Travis Womble, her children Crosslin Archdeacon, Cal Archdeacon and Cullen Womble, her parents, Janette and Bobby Bolden, sister and brother-in-law, Terri and Jon Ward (Jack and Lucy), grandmother, Marie Romesburg, mother-in-law, Billie Daniel (Jerry), father-in-law, Roger Womble (Becky), brother-in-law and sister-in-law, Peyton and Crystal Womble (Zoie and Ramzee), many aunts and uncles, cousins, and friends.

Kendall was a graduate of David Lipscomb High School (’89) and the University of Kentucky (’93) before receiving her Master’s Degree from Trevecca University. While in college, she was a member of Kappa Alpha Theta and served as a University of Kentucky Big Blue Ambassador. After beginning her career as a teacher, Kendall fulfilled her entrepreneurial dreams by establishing You’re Invited Stationery and Gifts in 1996, receiving “Female Business Owner of the Year” from the National Association of Women Business Owners soon thereafter.

Kendall was a loving and devoted wife, mother, daughter, sister and cherished friend.  She will be remembered by her passion for serving people and loving others with abandon.  Kendall was an enthusiastic supporter of the Kentucky Wildcats and Ensworth School, regularly leading volunteers and chairing events.  She was an avid tennis player, respected both on and off the court for her talent and competitive spirit.  Kendall was a passionate advocate for all families affected by Breast Cancer and was awarded “Survivor of the Year” by the Susan G. Komen Nashville chapter in 2008 for her extraordinary fundraising efforts.  She also founded an annual tennis tournament supporting the Tennessee Breast Cancer Coalition and co-championed the efforts to bring the Breast Cancer license plate to Tennesseans.  She had a ferocious passion for life that brought inspiration to everyone who crossed her path.  She will be remembered for her magnetic spirit, her innate ability to lead, and her gift for helping others in need.  She endeared the hearts of many and made an impact in our community that will forever be felt.

Visitation with the family and a Celebration of Life will be held at Harpeth Hills Church of Christ. The Celebration of Life will occur on Friday, October 26, 2018 at Noon. Visitation with the family will take place Thursday, October 25 from 3:00 pm to 7:00 pm and again Friday one hour prior to the service. Pallbearers are Jon Ward, Peyton Womble, Joey Johnson, Benny Scott, Kevin Barber, and Jon Kemp. Honorary Pallbearers are Jack Ward, Drew Byers, Gabe Duvall, Luke Mayer, Jake Martinez, Jake McAllister and the Class of 2020 Ensworth Football Players.

Memorial contributions may be made (in no particular order) to the Tennessee Breast Cancer Coalition, Young Life – Nashville, Ensworth School and the University of Kentucky Kappa Alpha Theta “House Building Fund, 329 Columbia Terrace, Lexington, Kentucky 40508.”

To leave a note or share a memory with Kendall’s family, please sign the online guestbook.