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Obituaries from January 2003

GENEVIEVE ROBISON CHAMBLISS AGE 91 OF KINGSTON PASSED AWAY FRIDAY JANUARY 3, 2003 AT ROCKWOOD HEALTH CARE CENTER OF COMPLICATIONS FROM A STROKE SUFFERED IN NOVEMBER. SHE HAD RESIDED AT JAMESTOWNE ASSISTED LIVING AND FARMINGTON TRAIL IN KINGSTON BEFORE HER ILLNESS. GENEVIEVE WAS BORN MAY 5, 1911 IN SEDALIA , MISSOURI TO DANIEL BARTON ROBISON AND EDNA BARR ROBISON. SHE WAS THE WIDOW OF FEDERAL MAGISTRATE SIZER CHAMBLISS OF CHATTANOOGA AND LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN, TENNESSEE. FOR OVER 25 YEARS GENEIVEVE SERVED AS THE CLERK OF THE FEDERAL BANKRUPTCY COURT IN CHATTANOOGA. SHE WAS A FAITHFUL MEMBER OF THE WEST HILLS PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF HARRIMAN. SERVING IN SEVERAL CAPACITIES ON MISSIONS BOARDS. SPREADING THE WORD OF JESUS CHRIST IN FOREIGN LANDS WAS AN ON GOING PROJECT IN ALL HER ADULT LIFE. AN ACCOMPLISHED PAINTER AND PORTRAITIST, HER WORK WAS FEATURED IN SEVERAL ART SHOWS AND IS HUNG IN HOMES ACROSS THE COUNTRY. SHE WAS PRECEDED IN DEATH BY HER PARENTS, HER HUSBAND AND HER SISTERS AND BROTHERS IN LAW, GRACE R. SCOFIELD (ROBERT) AND ANNABELLE R. STORTO (ED). GENEVIEVE IS SURVIVED BY CARING STEPSONS, TOM CHAMBLISS OF OREGON, DAN CHAMBLISS OF NEW YORK, AND ALEXANDER CHAMBLISS OF CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE. ALSO LOVING NEPHEWS, ROBERT SCOFIELD AND WIFE, JUDY OF HARRIMAN, WILLIAM STORTO OF BREMERTON, WASHINGTON. A BELOVED NIECE, REV. MARY MARGARET STORTO BLANCHARD OF HARRIMAN, SEVERAL GREAT NIECES AND NEPHEW THOSE LOCALLY BEING MARY GRACE SCOFIELD MCABEE AND HUSBAND, RICK AND LEE SCOFIELD AND WIFE, LISA ALL OF HARRIMAN FAITHFUL FRIEND. LINDA PICKEL AND LOVING CARETAKER, DOROTHY DEBORD OF KINGSTON. FUNERAL 2PM SUNDAY IN KYKER CHAPEL WITH THE REV. JEFF JENKINS OF WEST HILLS PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH AND THE REV. MARY MARGARET BLANCHARD OFFICIATING. BURIAL WILL FOLLOW IN ROANE MEMORIAL GARDENS. THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS FROM 1 UNTIL 2PM SUNDAY AT KYKER FUNERAL HOME IN KINGSTON.

SARAH FRANCES O’KEEFE, AGE 77 OF KINGSTON PASSED AWAY FRIDAY JANUARY 3, 2003 AT THE ROANE MEDICAL CENTER IN HARRIMAN. PRECEDED IN DEATH BY HER HUSBAND JAMES O’KEEFE, PARENTS LON NATHAN AND BETTY JANE HUDGENS, FOUR BROTHERS AND ONE SISTER. MEMBER OF BLESSED SACRAMENT CATHOLIC CHURCH IN HARRIMAN. SURVIVORS SON AND DAUGHTER IN LAW JAMES MICHAEL O’KEEFE AND MARSHA OF KINGSTON. DAUGHTERS AND SONS IN LAW REBECCA JANE HATMAKER AND STAN OF CLINTON. MARY ELIZABETH WILLIAMSON AND ZACK OF KINGSTON. MELISSA ANNE GRUBB AND RALPH OF JOHNSON CITY. GRANDCHILDREN; SARA DANCY AND HUSBAND KEITH OF UNICOI, AMOS O’KEEFE, ABBIE, LAUREN, AND NATHAN WILLIAMSON ALL OF KINGSTON, MICHAELA AND KYRA GRUBB OF JOHNSON CITY; SISTER AND BROTHER IN LAW TEEN AND JOE PURYEAR; BROTHER AND SISTER IN LAW JAMES C. AND BETTY HUDGENS ALL OF FAIRFIELD GLADE. FUNERAL 11AM TUESDAY JANUARY 7, 2003 AT THE BLESSED SACRAMENT CATHOLIC CHURCH WITH FATHER MICHAEL SWEENEY OFFICIATING. BURIAL IN THE KINGSTON MEMORIAL GARDENS. THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS FROM 6 UNTIL 8 PM MONDAY AT THE KYKER FUNERAL HOME IN KINGSTON. IN LIEU OF FLOWERS CONTRIBUTIONSMAY BE MADE TO THE KINGSTON PUBLIC LIBRARY. Kyker Funeral Home, Kingston IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS.

WENDALL P. HARRIS AGE 90 OF KINGSTON PASSED AWAY SATURDAY JANUARY 4, 2003 AT THE MARSHALL VOSS HEALTH CARE CENTER. HE WAS A MEMBER OF ROCKWOOD BAPTIST TABERNACLE AND WAS PRECEDED IN DEATH BY HIS WIFE MILDRED HARRIS. SURVIVORS DAUGHTERS LINDA RIDER OF KINGSTON. ANNA JANE DIAL OF TEXAS. SONS AND DAUGHTER IN LAWS GEORGE AND ORA LEE HARRIS OF KINGSTON. BOBBY AND DORIS HARRIS OF BIRMINGHAM, AL. SISTERS SARAH REDDING OF AL. AILENE CRUMLEY OF AL. BROTHER JAMES HARRIS OF AL. 8 GRANDCHILDREN 15 GREAT GRANDCHILDREN FUNERAL 8PM MONDAY IN KYKER CHAPEL WITH THE REV. ROSCOE GAMBLE AND THE REV. LOUIS CAPPS OFFICIATING. BURIAL 10AM TUESDAY AT KINGSTON MEMORIAL GARDENS. THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS FROM 6 UNTIL 8PM MONDAY AT KYKER FUNERAL HOME IN KINGSTON.

GEORGE TAUNTON AGE 93 OF MARYVILLE, PASSED WAY SATURDAY JANUARY 4, 2003 AT THE BLOUNT MEMORIAL HOSPITAL. MEMBER OF THE CHURCH OF CHRIST. SURVIVORS INCLUDE: DAUGHTER AND SON-IN-LAW; GALE AND B. A. MANER OF MARYVILLE, GRAND CHILDREN: LEIGH ANN SPARKS, RICHARD S. AND CRAIG B. MANER, GREAT GRAND CHILDREN: JIMMY, RACHEL, JOHN MICHAEL, AND CAROLINE SPARKS, SARAH, STEPHANIE, JOSHUA, EMILY, KIRSTIE, VICTORIA AND ANDREW MANER. FAMILY AND FRIENDS WILL MEET 2PM TUESDAY AT THE KYKER FUNERAL HOME IN KINGSTON FOR A 3PM GRAVESIDE AT THE KINGSTON MEMORIAL GARDENS. DANNY NUNN AND MIKE BRUMLEY OFFICIATING. IN LIEU OF FLOWERS MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO STEPPINGSTONES PRESCHOOL MARYVILLE CHURCH OF CHRIST.

INA JANE MURR AGE 76, OF KINGSTON DIED WEDNESDAY JANUARY 8, 2003 AT THE BRIARCLIFF HEALTH CENTER. SHE WAS BORN MARCH 11, 1926 IN JONESBORO, TN. A MEMBER OF LIBERTY BAPTIST CHURCH. SHE WAS PRECEDED IN DEATH BY HER PARENTS IDA KATHERN GRINDSTAFF AND DAVID K. CARRIGER. SURVIVORS INCLUDE; HUSBAND: BRUCE A. MURR OF KINGSTON; SON: GARY W. MURR OF KINGSTON; SONS AND DAUGHTERS IN LAW: JAMES A. AND LINDA MURR OF WARNER ROBINS, GA.; CECIL AND TERESA MURR OF ROCKWOOD, GREG AND MARGARET MURR OF KINGSTON; GRANDSONS: BOBBY B. MURR OF ATLANTA, GA., DOUGLAS MURR OF WARNER ROBINS, GA., JUSTIN MURR OF KINGSTON, JACOB C. MURR OF KINGSTON; GRANDDAUGHTER: JENNIFER MURR OF KNOXVILLE FUNERAL 8PM FRIDAY AT KYKER CHAPEL WITH THE REV. RANDY GRIFFIS OFFICIATING. BURIAL 11AM SATURDAY AT CALVARY CEMETERY. THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS FROM 6 UNTIL 8PM FRIDAY AT KYKER FUNERAL HOME IN KINGSTON.

MANDY DANIELLE SMITH AGE 15 OF KINGSTON PASSED AWAY SUNDAY JANUARY 12, 2003. SHE WAS A STUDENT AT ROANE COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL.SHE LOVED LIFE AND MADE EVERYONE LAUGH, SHE WAS HAPPY GO LUCKY, LOVED BY EVERYONE WHO CAME IN TOUCH WITH HER. SURVIVORS INCLUDE: PARENTS: RON AND TAFONDA SMITH; SISTER: TAYLOR SMITH; GRANDMOTHER: COLETTE SMITH; GRANDPARENTS: GEORGE AND SHARI PICKEL ALL OF KINGSTON; GRANDFATHER: RONALD SMITH, SR. OF CLINTON; SEVERAL AUNTS, UNCLES, AND COUSINS. FUNERAL 8PM TUESDAY JANUARY 14, 2003 AT CEDAR GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH WITH THE REV. RANDY GRIFFIS OFFICIATING. BURIAL 1PM WEDNESDAY AT CEDAR GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH CEMETERY. PALLBEARERS WILL BE NATHAN JAGO, MATT POOLE, MARK SMITH, RICK SMITH, DAN KNIGHT, DOUG PLEMONS, LARRY POOLE, JEFF RUSSELL, PAUL LATHAM, HOUSTON SETTLES, AND DERRICK ROGERS. IN LIEU OF FLOWERS MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO THE MANDY SMITH MEMORIAL FUND U.T. CREDIT UNION P.O. BOX 51848 KNOXVILLE, TN. 37950. (TELEPHONE # 971-1971 EXT. 182). THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS FROM 5 UNTIL 8PM TUESDAY AT CEDAR GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH. KYKER FUNERAL HOME KINGSTON IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS.

DONALD DEWITT JOHNSON AGE 86 OF KINGSTON PASSED AWAY MONDAY JANUARY 13, 2003 AT HIS HOME. SURVIVORS INCLUDE: WIFE VIRGINIA JOHNSON, SONS: HAROLD DEWITT JOHNSON, ROBERT L. JOHNSON, EUGENE W. JOHNSON. 7 GRANDCHILDREN (ONE OF WHOM IS DECEASED) 5 GREAT GRANDCHILDREN. FUNERAL 8PM WEDNESDAY AT KYKER CHAPEL. BURIAL 10:30AM THURSDAY AT KINGSTON MEMORIAL GARDENS. THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS FROM 6 UNTIL 8PM WEDNESDAY AT KYKER FUNERAL HOME IN KINGSTON.

JACK NEAL WORLEY AGE 65 OF KINGSTON PASSED AWAY FRIDAY JANUARY 10, 2003 AT HOME. HE WAS A MEMBER OF SOUTH HARRIMAN BAPTIST CHURCH, U.S. NAVY VETERAN. RETIRED FROM MARTIN MARIETTA IN OAK RIDGE, MEMBER OF THE KNOXVILLE SQUARE DANCE CLUB. SURVIVORS; WIFE RICKEY SUE WORLEY OF KINGSTON, DAUGHTERS & SONS IN LAW JILL & BRAD ROBERTS OF KNOXVILLE, DONELLE & BEN WARFIELD OF LAKE VILLAGE, AR, STEP DAUGHTER REBECCA BIGGS OF KNOXVILLE, STEP SON & WIFE DWAYNE & SUSAN BIGGS OF MAYNARDVILLE, SISTERS GERALDINE SANFORD OF OAKDALE, 2 HALF SISTERS OF OAKDALE. 7 GRANDCHILDREN. FUNERAL 8:00 P.M. WEDNESDAY AT KYKER FUNERAL HOME CHAPEL IN HARRIMAN WITH REV EDSEL WEST AND REV RANDY MAXWELL OFFICIATING. INTERMENT 1:00 P.M. THURSDAY AT ROANE MEMORIAL GARDENS WITH FULL MILITARY HONORS BY ROANE COUNTY HONOR GUARD. THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS FROM 6 TO 8 P.M. WEDNESDAY AT KYKER FUNERAL HOME IN HARRIMAN.

J Boyd Peck, age 81, of Philadelphia, passed away on Tuesday, January 14, 2003, at U.T. Medical Center in Knoxville after a lengthy illness. He was a member of the First United Methodist Church of Sweetwater. Mr. Peck was a retired educator and farmer. Preceded in death by his parents, Ernest Artel and Sephie Lou Crozier Peck; brother, Fred Peck; sisters, Lucille Hill, Dorothy McCalister, Mildred Galyon. Survivors include: wife of 50 years, Naomi Jones Peck of Philadelphia; daughters, Mary Peck Turner of Athens; Amy Peck of Cookeville; sisters, Irene Perry of Foley, AL, Henrietta Wintenberg of Oak Ridge; grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. The body is at Kyker Funeral Home, Sweetwater, where the family will receive friends Thursday from 4:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m. Family and friends will meet at Sweetwater Valley Memorial Park on Friday at 12:45 p.m. for a 1:00 p.m. graveside service and interment with Rev. Carl Oakes officiating. Kyker Funeral Home of Sweetwater is in charge of the arrangements.

Virgie Mae Terry, age 97, of Sweetwater, passed away on Tuesday, January 14, 2003. She was a member of the Fairview Baptist Tabernacle Church. Preceded in death by her husband, Jesse Carl Terry; son, Leland Dale Terry, Sr.; parents, Thomas and Sally Richesin; grandchildren, Lisa Marie and Carol Ann Terry. Survivors include: daughter, Shirley Steigerwald of Michigan; daughter-in-law; Mai Terry Cornell of Michigan; granchildren and spouses, Dale and Geri Terry of Texas, Connie and Charlie Crawford of Sweetwater, Jessie and Toni Terry of Ohio, Wanda and Jeff Ferguson of Ohio, Cherrie Steigerwald, Terry and Lisa Steigerwald, Kenny and Gwen Steigerwald all of Michigan; great-grandchildren, John, Katie, Ava, Tabitha, Hannah, Shelby, Michelle. The body is at Kyker Funeral Home, Sweetwater, where the family will receive friends Friday from 6:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. Funeral service to follow in Kyker's Chapel with Dr. Gerald Atkins officiating. Kyker Funeral Home of Sweetwater in charge of arrangements.

ROBERT L. POOLE OF HARRIMAN BORN JUNE 4, 1935, DIED SATURDAY JANUARY 18, 2003 AT METHODIST MEDICAL CENTER OAK RIDGE. HE WAS PRECEDED IN DEATH BY HIS PARENTS BOB AND MINNIE POOLE, SISTER NANCY POOLE CULLEN, GRANDPARENTS JOHN & STELLA SCARBRO, AND JAMES AND CHRISSY POOLE. SURVIVORS: WIFE,DIMPLES POOLE; SON & DAUGHTER IN LAW, JOHN & BERTHA POOLE; DAUGHTER & SON IN LAW, MARY ANN & STANLEY TAYLOR; GRANDCHILDREN, TRAVIS & JOSEPH ROBERTS, JACOB TAYLOR ALL OF HARRIMAN; BROTHER & SISTER IN LAW, JERRY & JOAN POOLE OF LENOIR CITY; MOTHER IN LAW, GLADYS ORR; 1 NIECE AND 4 NEPHEWS AND MANY SPECIAL FRIENDS. FUNERAL SERVICE 8:00 P.M. MONDAY AT KYKER FUNERAL HOME CHAPEL IN HARRIMAN WITH REV RANDY MAXWELL AND REV EDWARD L. SCARBROUGH OFFICIATING. INTERMENT 11:00 A.M. TUESDAY AT ROANE MEMORIAL GARDENS. THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS FROM 6 TO 8 P.M. MONDAY AT KYKER FUNERAL HOME IN HARRIMAN.

Estelle (Gallihar) Burnette, age 77, of Philadelphia, went to be with her Lord at her home on Saturday, January 18, 2003. She was preceded in death by her parents, James L. and Geneva Gossett Gallihar and a number of brothers and sisters. She grew up in the Big Sandy and Cedar Fork Community. She was a courageous woman, battling her illness since 1988. She loved her family and church and would attend services taking her oxygen with her, and was an example to many. Survivors include: her husband of 56 years, Elmer; children, Marvin and Sandi, Tommy and Kay, Louise and John Barnes, Sue and Steve Clark, Darrell and Rhonda, Dennis and Beth, Rankin and Jennifer, and Vanessa and Anthony Garner; 19 grandchildren; 4 great-grandchildren; sister, Ruby Raby; several nieces and nephews. Services will be held at Cedar Fork Baptist Church, her church for over 50 years on Tuesday, January 21, 2003 at 2:00 p.m. with Rev. Clayton Dunsmore and Rev. Jerre Guthrie officiating. Interment to follow in the church cemetery. The family will receive friends on Monday, January 20, 2003, from 5:00 till 8:00 p.m. Memorials may be made to the Cedar Fork Baptist Church Building Fund, 1780 Sweetwater Rd., Philadelphia, TN 37846. Kyker Funeral Home of Sweetwater in charge of arrangements.

IRENE FROST AGE 79 OF KINGSTON PASSED AWAY SATURDAY JANUARY 18, 2003 AT HER HOME. SHE WAS OF THE BAPTIST FAITH AND ATTENDED FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH IN KINGSTON. A MEMBER OF THE ORDER OF THE EASTERN STAR # 21. PRECEDED IN DEATH BY MOTHER ROSA RUTHERFORD, AND BROTHER CLYDE RUTHERFORD. SURVIVORS INCLUDE: HUSBAND: ED FROST OF KINGSTON; DAUGHTER AND SON-IN-LAW: MARY AND MANUEL SNIPES OF VALDOSTA, GA.; GRANDDAUGHTER: JESSICA CORBETT OF VALDOSTA, GA.; SISTER AND BROTHER-IN-LAW: JUNE AND RICHARD RATHER OF OLIVER SPRINGS; FATHER: EVERETT RUTHERFORD OF ROCKWOOD; SEVERAL NIECES AND NEPHEWS . GRAVESIDE 3PM MONDAY AT EMORY HEIGHTS CEMETERY WITH REV. KENNETH STUBBS OFFICIATING. FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS FROM 12 NOON UNTIL 2PM MONDAY AT KYKER FUNERAL HOME IN KINGSTON.

LONNIE NEWTON AGE 48 OF HARRIMAN PASSED AWAY MONDAY JANUARY 20, 2003 AT THE ROANE MEDICAL CENTER. PRECEDED IN DEATH BY HIS FATHER ROBERT NEWTON, AND BROTHER JOHNNY NEWTON. SURVIVORS INCLUDE: WIFE: TAMMY NEWTON OF HARRIMAN; DAUGHTERS: ALYSHIA NEWTON OF SWEETWATER; CHERIE WILL AND ANGEL BOSNAK BOTH OF HARRIMAN; PARENTS: WANDA AND ROBERT JOYNER OF HARRIMAN; 4 GRANDDAUGHTERS. FUNERAL 8PM THURSDAY AT KYKER CHAPEL WITH THE REV. JAMES JONES OFFICIATING. THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS FROM 6 UNTIL 8PM THURSDAY AT KYKER FUNERAL HOME IN KINGSTON.

CECILIA CATHERINE KUBAS AGE 93 OF HARRIMAN PASSED AWAY TUESDAY JANUARY 21, 2003 AT HARRIMAN CARE & REHABILITATION CENTER. PRECEDED IN DEATH BY SISTER BEA DROBNAK , BROTHERS ERNEST, JOHN, & STANLEY KUBAS. SHE WAS A MEMBER OF BLESSED SACRAMENT CATHOLIC CHURCH. RETIRED FROM HALL’S 5 & 10 CENT STORE IN HARRIMAN. SURVIVORS; BROTHER & SISTER IN LAW FRANK E. & WILMA KUBAS OF HARRIMAN FUNERAL 8:00 P.M. THURSDAY AT KYKER FUNERAL HOME CHAPEL IN HARRIMAN, WITH FATHER MICHAEL SWEENEY OFFICIATING. INTERMENT 3:00 P.M. FRIDAY AT ROANE MEMORIAL GARDENS. THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS FROM 6 TO 8 P.M. THURSDAY AT KYKER FUNERAL HOME IN HARRIMAN.

CHARLENE HICKEY RENFRO AGE 72, OF ROCKWOOD, PASSED AWAY WEDNESDAY AT FT. SANDERS PARK WEST HOSPITAL. DAUGHTER OF THE LATE JESSIE AND BRITT HICKEY, CHARLENE WAS PRECEDED IN DEATH BY HER BELOVED HUSBAND, GENE (LIGHTNIN) RENFRO. SHE IS SURVIVED BY HER SISTER, SHIRLEY HICKEY, ALSO OF ROCKWOOD, AND SEVERAL NIECES AND NEPHEWS, AND COUSINS. SHE WAS AN ACTIVE MEMBER OF THE POST OAK BAPTIST CHURCH IN ROCKWOOD. FUNERAL 8PM FRIDAY IN KYKER CHAPEL WITH THE REV. LARRY TILLEY OFFICIATING. BURIAL 11AM SATURDAY IN ROANE MEMORIAL GARDENS. IN LIEU OF FLOWERS MEMORIALS MAY BE MADE TO THE POST OAK BAPTIST CHURCH IN ROCKWOOD. THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS FROM 6 UNTIL 8PM FRIDAY AT KYKER FUNERAL HOME IN KINGSTON.

Nell Howard, age 89 of Sweetwater, passed away Thursday, January 30, 2003. She was preceded in death by her parents, Daniel and Cora Bowens; sister, Claudia Presley; first husband, Arthur North; and her last husband; Raymond Howard. Survivors include: sister and brother-in-law, Mary Ellen and Boyd Tilley; brother and sister-in-law, Robert and Vesta Bowens; nephew and wife, Wayne and Sandy Tilley all of Sweetwater. The body is at Kyker Funeral Home, Sweetwater, where the family will receive friends from 6:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. Saturday with the funeral service to follow at 8:00 p.m. in Kyker's Chapel with Rev. Bill Dawson officiating. Family and friends will meet at 1:45 p.m. Sunday at West View Cemetery for a 2:00 p.m. interment. Kyker Funeral Home of Sweetwater in charge of arrangements.

WILLIAM T. SCANDLYN, SR., AGE 79 OF HARRIMAN PASSED AWAY THURSDAY JANUARY 30, 2003 AT ROCKWOOD HEALTH CARE & REHABILITATION CENTER. HE WAS WELL KNOWN AS A GUNSMITH, AVID HUNTER & FISHERMAN, CRAFTSMAN & MUSICIAN. HE WAS A WELDER WITH THE Y-12 PLANT OF UNION CARBIDE & LATER TAUGHT WELDING AT THE STATE AREA VOCATIONAL SCHOOL IN HARRIMAN. HE WAS OF THE BAPTIST FAITH. PRECEDED IN DEATH BY HIS PARENTS BENJAMIN HARRISON & ADA TILLEY SCANDLYN. SURVIVORS: DAUGHTERS & SONS IN LAW, SUSAN & GREG HOWARD OF HARRIMAN; SHERRY & JOE TIPTON OF HARRIMAN; SON, W. THOMAS SCANDLYN JR OF HARRIMAN; GRANDCHILDREN, STEVEN & JENNY MURPHY OF HARRIMAN. MEMORIAL SERVICE SUNDAY FEBRUARY 2, 2003 AT KYKER FUNERAL HOME CHAPEL IN HARRIMAN WITH REV JEFFERY JENKINS OFFICIATING. THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS FOLLOWING THE MEMORIAL SERVICE.

MIKEL GLENN JOHNSON AGE 39 OF HUNTSVILLE AL FORMERLY OF HARRIMAN PASSED AWAY FRIDAY JANUARY 31, 2003 AT HUNTSVILLE, AL. HE WAS OF THE NAZARENE FAITH. A US ARMY VETERAN, GRADUATE OF BEARDEN HIGH SCHOOL IN KNOXVILLE, TN. SURVIVORS PARENTS JOHN G. & MAE JOHNSON OF HUNTSVILLE, AL, SISTER LENITA ANN WEBB OF HUNTSVILLE, AL, BROTHERS JOHN RAY JOHNSON OF HUNTSVILLE, AL, BOBBY LEE JOHNSON OF HUNTSVILLE, AL, GRANDDAUGHTERS DEBORA C SWETT OF HUNTSVILLE, AL, AZIA NICOLE SEAY OF HUNTSVILLE, AL. SEVERAL UNCLES & AUNTS. FUNERAL 11:00 A.M. MONDAY AT KYKER FUNERAL HOME CHAPEL IN HARRIMAN WITH REV MASON GOODMAN OFFICIATING. INTERMENT IN ROANE MEMORIAL GARDENS WITH FULL MILITARY HONORS BY ROANE COUNTY HONOR GUARD. THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS FROM 7 TO 9 P.M. SUNDAY AT KYKER FUNERAL HOME IN HARRIMAN.

LILLIAN KATHLEEN DUGGINS SAFFLES AGE 87 OF KNOXVILLE FORMERLY OF HARRIMAN PASSED AWAY FRIDAY JANUARY 31, 2003 AT SHANNONDALE NURSING HOME IN KNOXVILLE. SHE WAS RETIRED FROM HARRIMAN CITY SCHOOL SYSTEM & WAS A MEMBER OF TRENTON STREET BAPTIST CHURCH. SHE WAS A PAST WORTHY GRAND MATRON OF THE EASTERN STAR FOR THE STATE OF TENNESSEE & A MEMBER OF THE LAUREL CHAPTER. SHE VOLUNTEERED AT HARRIMAN CITY HOSPITAL AS A PINK LADY. PRECEDED IN DEATH BY HUSBAND GEORGE W. SAFFLES, PARENTS MILLARD & DAISY DUGGINS, SISTERS MINNIE MAE DUGGINS & ELIZABETH BRADEN, BROTHERS ALLEN DUGGINS & BLAINE DUGGINS. SURVIVORS; DAUGHTER BEVERLY SISKE OF POWELL, SON & RICHARD A. SAFFLES OF KNOXVILLE, SON & DAUGHTER IN LAW LARRY W. & BECKIE SAFFLES OF KNOXVILLE, STEP SON & SPOUSE ROBERT & MAYBELLE SAFFLES OF ATHENS, SISTER BARBARA LANGLEY OF PORTLAND, OR., 4 GRANDCHILDREN SEVERAL GREAT GRANDCHILDREN. FUNERAL 2:00 P.M. MONDAY AT KYKER FUNERAL HOME CHAPEL IN HARRIMAN WITH REV GREG LINDSEY OFFICIATING. INTERMENT IN ROANE MEMORIAL GARDENS. THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS FROM 1 TO 2 P.M. MONDAY AT KYKER FUNERAL HOME IN HARRIMAN. AT THE FAMILY REQUEST, IN LIEU OF FLOWERS, MEMORIAL DONATIONS MAY BE MADE TO TRENTON ST. BAPTIST CHURCH.


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