Britni Rose Hyso

Died: Fri., Mar. 23, 2012


Visitation

11:00 AM to 9:00 PM, Tue., Mar. 27, 2012
10:00 AM to 2:00 PM, Wed., Mar. 28, 2012
Location: Alexander Funeral Home


Funeral Service

2:00 PM Wed., Mar. 28, 2012
Location: Alexander Funeral Home


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Britni Rose Hyso was born in Crossville, Tennessee to Wesley Ray Hyso and Frances Rose Hall Phillips on January 26, 1995.  
Britni attended Macon County High School where she was in her junior year.  She was a typical teenager who loved talking on her cell phone and hanging out with her friends.  Britni liked spending time on the computer, whether she was chatting on Facebook or playing games.
Most of all Britni loved being around her family.  She had a very tight relationship with her sister and enjoyed spending the day playing with her nieces and nephews.    
The most important thing that happened in Britni’s life was when she was saved and later joined Mineral Springs Baptist Church in Monterey, Tennessee.
She was preceded in death by, Grandmother, Barbara Saunders, Grandfather, Ray Dean Hyso, and Aunt, Carol Lee Matheney.
On Friday evening, March 23, 2012, Britani’s’ life was cut short at the age of seventeen, due to a motorcycle accident.  She brought many smiles and wonderful memories to her family and friends while on this earth, but our loss is Heaven’s gain.
Funeral Services for Britni Rose Hyso were conducted Wednesday at 2 p.m. from the Chapel of Alexander Funeral Home with Mike Kirby officiating. Interment followed in the Scott Cemetery.
Britni is survived by; Mother, Rose Phillips of the Shiloh Community in Macon County, TN, Father, Wesley Hyso of Clark Range, TN, Brother, Nick Hall of Charlotte, TN, James Ray Hyso of Monterey, TN, Sister, Stephenie Nickol Hall and husband Nathan Carver of Lafayette, TN, Grandparents, Debbie and Bill Riffey of Monterey, TN, Donald Hall, Sr. of Mt. Pleasant, PA, Fiancé, Chris Blankenship of Shiloh Community, Aunt, Suzann and husband Wayne Dolson of LaPorte, IN, Uncles, Kenneth and wife Angie Hyso of Monterey, TN, Donnie Hall of Mt. Pleasant, PA, Jason Hall of Indiana, Travis Hyso of Monterey, TN, Nieces, Lilly Hall and Abby Noles of Lafayette, TN, Nephews, J. R. Hall and William Hall of Charlotte, TN, and many cousins, friends, and other extended family.
Alexander Funeral Home, Directors, in charge of arrangements.
(615)666-2189 or www.alexanderfh.com



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Sharon Mcmurtry
   Posted Mon March 26, 2012
Im deepy sorry for your loss,I dont know your daughter nor her family,but I know Exactly what you as a parent is feeling and going through,I lost my only child,my son who was 30 years old Oct.13 2011 in a automobile accident going to work,its the worst pain and agony there ever was,no parent should ever have to bury their child,time has not made it any easier,its seems at times it gets harder and harder,but I do know without Gods help we couldnt have made it this far,I pray he brings you comfort and peace,may god bless you and your family. Sharon

V.G.
   Posted Tue March 27, 2012
To the family of Britni Rose Hyso,in reading the obituary I felt so sad of the loss of your young Britni,and I want to send this heartfelt sympathy,even though I am not acquainted with the family.In the time in which we live ,the bible tells us that;time and unforeseen occurrence befall us all.Ecclesiastes 9:11.A heartwarming promise is found at John 5:28&29,that those asleep in the memorial tombs will hear Jesus'' voice and be awaken from the sleep of death in the near future yes,that include your Britni to life of eternal blessings on a paradise earth.What marvelous hope is set before each of us.

Teresa (Harp) Costanzo
   Posted Wed March 28, 2012
I don't know any of the family but I went to school with Chris's dad, Mark and I used to date his cousin Eric Barger. I cannot begin to imagine the loss in your hearts. But just know that God has probably saved her from a worse destiny and know and believe in your hearts she is in a better place and is at peace.
I really don't know what to say at a time like this but I am so sorry. My prayers are with you.

Johnson Family
   Posted Mon April 30, 2012
Our family would like to offer our deepest sympathy for the loss of your precious daughter. Losing your child is one of the hardest trials to endure, but our loving heavenly father has promised to comfort you as you mourn. (Isaiah 61:2) Until the time when death, sickness and pain is a thing of the past, we pray that God continues to wipe the tears from your eyes. (Revelation 21:3, 4)

Randy Kemmerer
   Posted Mon May 07, 2012
My prayers go out to the family of Britni ... I never met Britni but in Christ I know I will someday. We are related through Ray Dean Hyso (he was my first cousin). My you find peace and hope in Jesus.

Brittany Miller
   Posted Sun May 27, 2012
Britni was one of my best friends. I still have a hard time believing she's gone. She was always there for me when I needed her. We ate lunch together at school every day and talked about some of the craziest things in 3rd block before I went on maternity home bound. She was supposed to go to my baby shower...but she passed away. Then her mom tells me she talked about me all the time and tells one of my friends that she said we were her best friends. Breaks my heart to know I can't let her know how much she meant to me now. I love that girl to pieces. I had no idea I meant that much to her. But I'm going to do my best to live my life so that she knows she meant that much to me too. I love you, Britni. I miss you. We all do. <3

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