Sierra Wilson Cahoon and Nolan Scott Cahoon

Sierra Wilson Cahoon, 30, of Jefferson City, and formerly of Parkton, Maryland, and her son, Nolan Scott Cahoon, 2, passed away suddenly June 17, 2019.

Sierra was a loving Christian wife and momma, lover of all things sweet and Southern, beach bum at heart, and interior designer. Sierra was a 2010 graduate of High Point University and former interior designer at O.P. Jenkins Furniture in Knoxville, and project specialist at Lowe’s Home Improvement in Jefferson City.

Nolan enjoyed reading, giving high fives, and throwing rocks in the lake. He attended Steps of Faith at First United Methodist Church of Jefferson City and Children’s Day Out at First Baptist Church of Jefferson City.

Preceded by grandfather, F. Lindsay Wilson.

Survived by husband, Matt Cahoon; parents, Scott and Lisa Wilson; sister, Cassidy Wilson; grandparents, Mabel Wilson, Darrel and Bonnie Comer; in-laws, Jack and Priscilla Cahoon, Jonathan and Rebekah Cahoon, Harper Cahoon, Andrea Cahoon; and several other extended family members.

The family will receive friends 5 – 7 p.m., Friday, June 21 at First Baptist Church. The funeral service will follow at 7 p.m. with the Revs. Ellen DiGiosia, Marty Blakely and Justin Graham officiating. Another service will also be held in Sierra’s hometown and they will be buried in White Hall, Maryland at a time to be announced soon.

Contributions in memory of Sierra and Nolan may be made to The Randall and Kay O’Brien Benevolent Fund at Carson-Newman University, www.cn.edu/cahoonfamilyfund.

Arrangements by Farrar Funeral Home, Jefferson City

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