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Obituaries from July 2003

JAMES VERNON HURLEY, SR. OF KINGSTON PASSED AWAY TUESDAY JULY 1, 2003 AT THE METHODIST MEDICAL CENTER. HE WAS OF THE BAPTIST FAITH. SURVIVORS INCLUDE: WIFE: MARIE HURLEY OF KINGSTON; DAUGHTERS: TERESA HURLEY OF KINGSTON; SALLY HURLEY OF OAK RIDGE; SONS: JAMES HURLEY, JR. OF VIRGINIA BEACH; TONY BROCK OF LENOIR CITY; 1 GRANDDAUGHTER; 1 GREAT GRANDDAUGHTER; 2 GRANDSONS; SEVERAL NIECES AND NEPHEWS. FUNERAL 2PM THURSDAY JULY 3, 2003 IN KYKER CHAPEL WITH THE REV. STEVE KIRBY OFFICIATING. BURIAL IN KINGSTON MEMORIAL GARDENS. THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS FROM 7 UNTIL 9PM WEDNESDAY AT KYKER FUNERAL HOME IN KINGSTON.

BETTY WOODY ROSS AGE 68 OF KINGSTON PASSED AWAY FRIDAY JULY 4, 2003 AT THE LOUDON HEALTH CARE CENTER. SHE WAS A LONG TIME MEMBER OF THE KINGSTON UNITED METHODIST CHURCH WHERE SHE WAS DIRECTOR OF THE FOOD PANTRY FOR MANY YEARS. SERVED ON THE SOCIAL CONCERNS AND THE CHURCH SOCIETY COMMITTEE INVOLVING THE CHRISTMAS BASKETS AND THE ANGLE TREE. CHAIRMAN OF THE MISSION CENTER COMMITTEE. SERVED AS SUNDAY SCHOOL TEACHER FOR THE ADULTS AND CHILDREN. ACTIVELY SUPPORTED OF YOUTH ACT IVIES. ACTIVE IN THE CUB SCOUTS AND SERVED AS A DEN LEADER AND ALSO THE GIRL SCOUTS. FORMER MEMBER OF THE KINGSTON JAYCEETS ORGANIZER OF MOTHER’S MORNING OUT WHICH LATER BECAME KUMC PRESCHOOL. ORGANIZER OF THE KINGSTON ELEMENTARY PTO AND SERVED AS A SCHOOL VOLUNTEER. PRECEDED IN DEATH BY PARENTS JAMES AND LOUISE MILLER WOODY. BROTHERS JAMES F. (BUB’MM) WOODY AND STANLEY D. WOODY; SURVIVORS HUSBAND BOB ROSS OF KINGSTON; DAUGHTER AND SON IN LAW PATTI AND JEFF LEDFORD OF ATHENS; SONS AND DAUGHTER IN LAWS RUSTY AND ANGELIA ROSS OF HARRIMAN; RICK AND JENNIFER ROSS OF KINGSTON; GRANDCHILDREN ASHLEY, CHRISTOPHER, AND CODY LEDFORD; CALEB, HAHNNAH, AND JORDAN ROSS; SISTER JEAN LIPSCOMB OF ROCKWOOD; BROTHERS AND SISTER IN LAW GLENN AND SALLY WOODY OF CONWAY, SC.; RONNIE AND PHYLLIS WOODY OF HIXSON, TN.; SEVERAL NIECES AND NEPHEWS. FUNERAL 8PM MONDAY IN KYKER CHAPEL WITH THE REV. REED SHELL OFFICIATING. THE BURIAL WILL BE PRIVATE. THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS FROM 6 UNTIL 8PM MONDAY AT KYKER FUNERAL HOME IN KINGSTON. THE FAMILY SUGGEST MEMORIAL DONATION SHOULD BE MADE TO THE KINGSTON UNITED METHODIST CHURCH YOUTH ACTIVES FUND.

CHARLES MICHAEL O’BRIANT, AGE 42 OF CORDOVA, TN FORMERLY OF KINGSTON PASSED AWAY WEDNESDAY JULY 2, 2OO3. HE WAS VICE PRESIDENT OF OPERATIONS FOR AIMS LOGISTICS AND A MEMBER OF BELLEVIUE BAPTIST CHURCH. A GRADUATE OF ROANE COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL AND THE UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE AT KNOXVILLE. SURVIVORS WIFE VANESSA HAMBY O’BRIANT; CHILDREN MARY KATHERINE, PEYTON, AND COLLIN O’BRIANT ALL OF CORDOVA, TN; PARENTS SIM AND ANN O’BRIANT OF KINGSTON; SISTER JULIE O’BRIANT TAYLOR AND HUSBAND RICHARD OF FRANKLIN, TN; GRANDMOTHER PAULINE CROWDER OF KINGSTON; NEPHEWS MITCHELL AND SCOTT TAYLOR BOTH OF FRANKLIN, TN. FUNERAL 3PM MONDAY IN KYKER CHAPEL WITH THE REV. LARRY RAY OFFICIATING. BURIAL WILL FOLLOW IN KINGSTON MEMORIAL GARDENS. IN LIEU OF FLOWERS THE FAMILY SUGGEST MEMORIALS TO THE CHARLES MICHAEL O’BRIANT MEMORIAL FUND C/O AIMES LOGISTICS, THE LEBONHERUR CHILDRENS HOSPITAL OR ST. JUDE’S CHILDRENS HOSPITAL. PALLBEARERS WILL BE TERRY EASTWOOD, JOHNNY THOMAS, TOMMY THOMAS, PAT MUSGRAVE, DAVE NELSON, NED NELSON, MARK DAVIS, AND SCOTT WEAVER. THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS FROM 1 UNTIL 3PM MONDAY AT THE KYKER FUNERAL HOME IN KINGSTON.

LOIS H. ROSSER, AGE 90 OF KINGSTON PASSED AWAY FRIDAY JULY 4, 2003 AT THE ROANE MEDICAL CENTER. SHE WAS A VERY GOOD MOTHER AND HOUSEWIFE, ENJOYED CROCHETING AND WILL BE SADLY MISSED. PRECEDED IN DEATH BY HER HUSBAND HAROLD ROSSER, PARENTS STEVE AND ELIZABETH SECOR, SISTER RUTH HUGHES. SURVIVORS: SON DANIEL ROSSER OF KINGSTON; GRANDDAUGHTER DENESE FORKKIO AND HUSBAND JAMES OF GERMAN TOWN, MD.; GREAT GRANDCHILDREN JEREMIAH, DANIEL, DAVID, AND SAM FORKKIO OF GERMAN TOWN, MD.; SISTER IN LAW PATRICIA CAPLINGER AND HUSBAND MILFORD OF PORTAGE, IN.; SEVERAL NIECES AND NEPHEWS. FUNERAL 8PM TUESDAY JULY 8, 2003 IN THE KYKER CHAPEL. THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS FROM 6 UNTIL 8PM TUESDAY AT THE KYKER FUNERAL HOME IN KINGSTON.

GREGORY HENSLEY AGE 48 OF HARRIMAN PASSED AWAY SATURDAY JULY 5, 2003 AT FORT SANDERS PARK WEST MEDICAL CENTER. SURVIVORS: DAUGHTERS, RITA HENSLEY OF DAYTON, OHIO ,SHANNON SCOTT OF DAYTON, OHIO; SON, GREGORY HENSLEY OF DAYTON, OHIO; SISTERS, BETTY COOK OF HARRIMAN ,SCHEREL CASTLEMAN OF HARRIMAN; BROTHER, HERB SHIELDS OF WEST MILTON, OHIO; 6 GRANDCHILDREN. GRAVESIDE SERVICE AND INTERMENT 2:30 P.M. TUESDAY AT ROANE MEMORIAL GARDENS WITH REV MASON GOODMAN OFFICIATING. THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS FROM 1 TO 2 P.M. TUESDAY AT KYKER FUNERAL HOME IN HARRIMAN.

NELLIE L. MOORE AGE 83 OF KINGSTON PASSED AWAY SATURDAY JULY 5, 2003 AT THE LOUDON HEALTH CARE CENTER. SHE WAS A MEMBER OF CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH. PRECEDED IN DEATH BY HUSBAND JAMES WILLIAM MOORE, PARENTS GASTON AND BERNICE WOODS, BROTHERS EARL, ROY, AND LEE WOODS. SURVIVORS: SON DOUG MOORE AND WIFE CONNIE OF FALL BRANCH, TN.; DAUGHTERS PATSY MOORE RIDINGS AND HUSBAND TED OF LOUDON; PEGGY YARBER AND HUSBAND EDDIE OF ROSSVILLE, GA.; SISTERS AND BROTHER IN LAWS CONNIE AND JIM CROUCH, LOIS AND HOBB EDGERS, EVELYN AND JUNIOR SIMPSON ALL OF RICHMOND, IN.; SISTER IN LAW EVA WOODS OF PAINT ROCK; 9 GRANDCHILDREN 9 GREAT GRANDCHILDREN; SEVERAL NIECES AND NEPHEWS. FUNERAL 11 AM WEDNESDAY JULY 9, 2003 IN THE KYKER CHAPEL. BURIAL IN TENNESSEE CHAPEL CEMETERY. THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS FROM 6 UNTIL 8PM TUESDAY AT THE KYKER FUNERAL HOME IN KINGSTON.

HARVALEE RICE PRESTON AGE 97 OF KINGSTON PASSED AWAY WEDNESDAY JULY 9, 2003 AT THE ROANE MEDICAL CENTER. SHE WAS A RETIRED SCHOOL TEACHER, AND A MEMBER OF BETHEL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. PRECEDED IN DEATH BY HER HUSBAND CECIL MARTIN PRESTON, PARENTS JAMES HARVEY AND JULIA VANHOOSE RICE. SURVIVORS: SON PHILLIP CECIL PRESTON OF KINGSTON; GRANDSON ALAN CECIL PRESTON AND GRANDDAUGHTER LEIGH ANN HOOPES BOTH OF POWELL; 4 GREAT GRANDCHILDREN; SEVERAL NIECES AND NEPHEWS. FUNERAL 2 PM FRIDAY JULY 11, 2003 AT BETHEL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH WITH THE REV. MARC SHERROD OFFICIATING. BURIAL IN KINGSTON MEMORIAL GARDENS. THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS FROM 6 UNTIL 8PM THURSDAY AT THE KYKER FUNERAL HOME IN KINGSTON.

LENA ROSE DUNCAN, AGE 75, OF HARRIMAN, PASSED AWAY FRIDAY, JULY 11, 2003 AT ROCKWOOD HEALTH CARE CENTER. SHE WAS A MEMBER OF RIVERSIDE BAPTIST CHURCH AND WAS PRECEDED IN DEATH BY HUSBAND, RALPH DUNCAN; SON, KENDALL DUNCAN; DAUGHTER, KATHY DUNCAN; AND SON, RANDY DUNCAN. SURVIVORS: SON: JIM DUNCAN OF HARRIMAN; GRANDDAUGHTER: HEATHER DUNCAN JONES OF HARRIMAN; GREAT GRANDSON: KEATON JONES OF HARRIMAN; BROTHER: BOB DRYMAN OF DECATUR, TN; SEVERAL NIECES AND NEPHEWS. FUNERAL 8:00 P.M. SUNDAY AT KYKER FUNERAL HOME CHAPEL, HARRIMAN, WITH THE REVEREND MASON GOODMAN OFFICIATING. INTERMENT AT 10:00 A.M. MONDAY AT HARRIMAN CITY CEMETERY. THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS FROM 6:00 TO 8:00 P.M. SUNDAY AT KYKER FUNERAL HOME, HARRIMAN.

ERMA WHITE KING AGE 79 OF THE CAVE CREEK COMMUNITY PASSED AWAY SATURDAY JULY 12, 2003 AT HER HOME. SHE WAS A MEMBER OF THE BETHEL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, AND THE CAVE CREEK COMMUNITY WOMEN’S CLUB. PRECEDED IN DEATH BY HER HUSBAND EVERETT D. KING, BROTHERS OZELLE AND LARRY WHITE. SURVIVORS: DAUGHTERS: LINDA JONES OF CONYERS, GA.; JANET RODES OF LOUISVILLE, KY; STEP-SONS: ARLEN KING OF KNOXVILLE; DONALD KING OF SEYMOUR; SISTERS: LOIS DUFF OF ROCKWOOD; MARGARET SHORT OF CAVE CREEK COMMUNITY; BETTY POWELL AND ARCHIE WHITE BOTH OF ROCKWOOD; SISTER IN LAW: DOT WALSH OF KINGSTON; GRANDCHILDREN: LARA NOLAN OF CONYERS, GA; JEREMY JONES OF NICHOLASVILLE, KY; ADAM RODES OF ATLANTA, GA; MEREDITH ERGLE OF CONYERS, GA; DAVID AND JACK KING BOTH OF KNOXVILLE; 4 GREAT GRANDCHILDREN. THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS FROM 6 UNTIL 8PM MONDAY JULY 14, 2003 AT THE BETHEL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH THE FUNERAL WILL FOLLOW AT 8PM WITH THE REV. MARC SHERROD OFFICIATING. BURIAL TUESDAY IN KINGSTON MEMORIAL GARDENS. IN LIEU OF FLOWERS THE FAMILY SUGGEST MEMORIAL DONATIONS TO THE BETHEL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH P.O. BOX 10 KINGSTON, TN. 37763. KYKER FUNERAL HOME OF KINGSTON IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS.

CHARLES HARPER, AGE 84 OF KINGSTON PASSED AWAY SATURDAY JULY 12, 2003 AT WELLINGTON PLACE. HE WAS A MEMBER OF THE LAWNVILLE ROAD CHURCH OF CHRIST. SURVIVORS: DAUGHTER JANIS HARPER OGLE OF KNOXVILLE; GRAND DAUGHTERS AMY OGLE MALLICOAT OF KNOXVILLE; TINA OGLE CARLTON OF KNOXVILLE; SISTER RUBY SHAW OF LEWISBURG, TN; SEVERAL NIECES, NEPHEWS AND COUSINS. FUNERAL 7PM MONDAY JULY 14, 2003 IN THE KYKER CHAPEL WITH WAYNE WOODLEE AND DANNY NUNN OFFICIATING. THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS FROM 5 UNTIL 7PM MONDAY AT THE KYKER FUNERAL HOME IN KINGSTON. THE BODY WILL THEN BE TAKEN TO LAWRENCE FUNERAL HOME IN CHAPEL HILL, TN. WHERE THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS FROM 10 UNTIL 11AM TUESDAY AT THE FUNERAL HOME FOLLOWED BY A GRAVESIDE SERVICE AT ALLEN CEMETERY IN CANEY SPRINGS. KYKER FUNERAL HOME IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS.

JUNIOR H. MOORE, AGE 71 OF ROCKWOOD PASSED AWAY SUNDAY JULY 13, 2003 AT HIS HOME. HE WAS A MEMBER OF THE FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH IN HARRIMAN AND RETIRED FROM GENERAL MOTORS IN MICHIGAN AFTER 32 YEARS OF SERVICE RETURNING TO TENNESSEE IN 1985. PRECEDED IN DEATH BY PARENTS HENRY AND GRACE MOORE. BROTHERS GEORGE AND EARL MOORE. SURVIVORS: WIFE, SANDRA MOORE OF ROCKWOOD; DAUGHTERS CAROL MOORE OF WARREN, MI.; PAM GERRISH OF JACKSONVILLE, FL.; SON THOMAS HIXSON OF PAISTEY, FL.; SISTERS MARGARET EGLESTON OF EDGEWATER, FL.; WANDA HIXSON OF TEN MILE; AUDREY AND HUSBAND CARL WALKER OF SWEETWATER; CAROL RIFFE OF COLUMBUS, GA.; BROTHER MITCHELL MOORE OF KNOXVILLE; STEP SISTERS MARY CONLEY OF KNOXVILLE; MARGARET AND HUSBAND BUDDY WRIGHT OF TEN MILE; BARBARA AND HUSBAND BILLY WOODY OF ROCKWOOD; GRANDCHILDREN JEREMEY AND JOSHUA MARTIN OF MI.; CODY, THOMAS, AND ANNTIONETTE HIXSON OF VICTORVILLE, CA.; VERY SPECIAL FRIENDS FREDA ADKINS, BILL WATSON, BRANDI HATTON, MARGARET AND BUDDY WRIGHT. FUNERAL 8PM TUESDAY IN KYKER CHAPEL WITH JOE WIDNER OFFICIATING. BURIAL 11AM WEDNESDAY AT FAIRVIEW CEMETERY. THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS FROM 6 UNTIL 8PM TUESDAY AT THE KYKER FUNERAL HOME IN KINGSTON.

Dr. Charles James Johnson “Rev.”age 79, of Sweetwater, TN, went to be with the Lord on Sunday, July 13, 2003, at Woods Memorial Hospital after a prolonged illness, and stay at the McMinn Memorial Nursing Home. He was born in Barnesville, GA. He was a graduate of More House College in Atlanta, GA, where he received his Master Of Divinity Degree. He also receive his Doctorates of Theology and Ministry from Trinity Theological Seminary in Newburgh, IN. He served the Lord as and Ordained Minister for over 50 yrs. Retaining the title of Pastor Emeritus for the First United Presbyterian Church of Athens, and St. Paul United Presbyterian Church of Sweetwater. He was also past Adjunct Professor at Cedine Bible Institute in Spring City, TN, and at Tennessee Wesleyan College in Athens, TN. He was the writer of “Charlie’s Corner” since 1966 for the “Daily Post Athenian” and the Advocate and Democrat newspaper’s since the 1990’s. He was a Veteran of the U.S. Army during WWII and was stationed in the South Pacific. Preceded in death by his parents: Emmet and Ruthie Johnson of Atlanta, GA, brothers: Benny Johnson, Jerome Johnson, Emory Johnson, and a son: Michael A. Johnson. Surviors include: Wife: Mary E. Johnson; Son and Daughter-in-law: Marcus and Kim Johnson Sr. all of Sweetwater; Brother and Sister-in-law: Rev. Joseph and Betty Johnson of Douglasville, GA; Sister-in-law: Mozelle Johnson of Atlanta, GA; Grandsons: Marcus Johnson Jr., Heath and Melissa Hawkins, Granddaughters: Sierra Johnson all of Sweetwater, Nichole and Adriel McCord both of Maryville; Several Step-grandchildren, Nieces, Nephews, Cousins, and a host of Friends, other Family, Neighbors, and Colleagues; A special couple: Gary and Debbie Scruggs of Sweetwater. The body is at Kyker Funeral Home, Sweetwater, where the family will receive friends on Thursday, July 17,2003, at 7:00P.M. with the Home going ceremony beginning promptly at 8:00P.M. in Kyker’s Chapel with Rev. Joseph Johnson and Marcus Johnson Sr. Eulogizing. Interment 11:00A.M. Friday in the Sweetwater Valley Memorial Park.

Anna Rhea Morrison, age 88, of Paint Rock Valley Rd., Loudon, passed away Thursday, June 12, 2003, at the family home. Mrs. Morrison was a member of Pleasant Hill United Methodist Church. She was preceded in death by her husband: Forrest Morrison. Survivors include: Sons and Daughters-in-law: Michael F. and Penny L. Morrison of Paint Rock, Eddie and Peggy Yarber of Rossville, GA; Grandchildren: Roy, Randy Yarber, Chris Morrison, April Woodard, Paul Coleman, Kesia Morrison; Several Great-grandchildren; Sisters: Mildred McGinnis of Lenoir City, Pauline McPhail of Cleveland; Brothers: Roy Thomas of Sweetwater, Clyde Thomas of Maryville; Several Nieces and Nephews. The body is at Kyker Funeral Home, Sweetwater, where the family will receive friends Saturday, from 6:00 P.M. until 9:00 P.M.. The body will lie in state from 3:00P.M. till 4:00P.M. Sunday at Pleasant Hill United Methodist Church with the funeral service to follow at 4:00P.M. with Rev. Vincent Krauss, and Rev. Helen Shaw officiating. Interment to follow in the Church Cemetery.

John W. Humphreys, age 60, of Sweetwater, passed away Friday July 4, 2003 at Sweetwater Hospital after a brief illness. He was of the Baptist Faith. Mr. Humphreys was the manger of Sweetwater Fast Lube. Preceded in death by his parents: John and Mildred Branam Humphreys. Survivors include: Daughter and Son-in-law: Janet E. and Allen Ramsey; Granddaughter: Emily Elizabeth Ramsey all of Madisonville; Sister and Brother-in-law: Frances L. and Ellis Sliger of Athens; Brother and Sister-in-law: William and Pat Humphreys of Madisonville; Uncle: Harvey Branam; Aunt: Ruth Galyon all of Sweetwater; Nieces: Teresa Franklin, M Melisa Turpin, and Karen Ogle; Nephew: Jeff Sliger; Special friends: Teresa, Bobby, and Misty Johnson, Reba and Bobby Best. The body is at Kyker Funeral Home, Sweetwater, where the family will receive friends on Sunday from 5:00P.M. until 8:00P.M. with the funeral service to follow at 8:00P.M. in Kyker’s Chapel with Rev. James Fultz and Rev. Ronnie Cash officiating. Interment 2:00 P.M. Monday in the Sweetwater Valley Memorial Park.

Clarence D. Bettis age 82, of Loudon, passed away Monday, June 30, 2003, at U.T. Medical Center, Knoxville, after a brief illness. He was a long time member of Cedar Fork Baptist Church. Mr. Bettis was a well known Loudon Co. Farmer and was very active member of the many farm organization in the area. Preceded in death by his parents: Albert and Mary Brackett Bettis, brother: Edward Bettis, sisters: Mary Brackett, and Pauline Buckner, son-in-law: Michael Kincaid. Survivors include: Wife of 56 yrs., Edith R. Chambers Bettis; Sons and Daughters-in-law: Charles A. and Linda Bettis, Rickey D. and Jane Bettis; Daughters: Elaine Bettis all of Loudon, Nancy Kincaid of Rockwood; Grandchildren: Leigh Bettis, Amanda Monks, Brandon and Lindsey Bettis, Jared and Laura Kincaid; Great-grandchildren: Logan and Cameron Monks; Devoted Brother: Howard Bettis of Loudon. The family will receive friends on Wednesday, from 5:00 P.M. until 9:00 P.M. at Cedar Fork Baptist Church. Funeral Services will be conducted on Thursday at 2:00P.M. at Cedar Fork Church with Rev. Jerre Guthrie, Rev. Joe Caldwell, and Rev Virgil Turbyfill officiating. The body will lie in state 1 hour prior to the service. Interment to follow in the Church Cemetery. Members of the Cedar Fork Baptist Church Adult Mens Sunday School Class will serve as Honorary Pallbearers. Kyker Funeral Home, Sweetwater, in charge of arrangements.

MARY K. ANDERSON, AGE 78 OF KINGSTON PASSED AWAY TUESDAY JULY 15, 2003, AT HER HOME. SHE ATTENDED THE LAWNVILLE ROAD CHURCH OF CHRIST. PRECEDED IN DEATH BY HUSBAND RICHARD ANDERSON, PARENTS LAURA AND JAY ALLEN. SURVIVORS: DAUGHTERS AND SON-IN-LAWS; SANDRA AND JEFF LOWE OF BIG STONE GAP, VA.; DEBBIE AND MABRE HOLDER OF HARRIMAN, TAMMIE STINNETT OF KINGSTON. LAURA AND JIM WHITE OF HARRIMAN; SONS AND DAUGHTER-IN-LAWS; ALLEN AND SHARON ANDERSON OF JOHNSON CITY, DALE AND MARIE ANDERSON OF KINGSTON; SISTER, BETTY JUNE BAIRD OF AKRON, OH; GRANCHILDREN, RICHARD AND HOLLI LOWE, MELANIE COFER, NICKI LAW, MARY WHITE, JIMMY WHITE, JOSH STINNETT, AND SEVERAL GREAT GRANDCHILDREN. FUNERAL 7PM THURSDAY IN KYKER CHAPEL.BURIAL 10AM FRIDAY AT KINGSTON MEMORIAL GARDENS . THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS FROM 5 UNTIL 7PM THURSDAY AT THE KYKER FUNERAL HOME IN KINGSTON.


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