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April 20, 2017



ALBERT EDWARD MOSHER, 70, Bean Station, passed away Monday, April 10 at Morristown-Hamblen Healthcare system. He was a Vietnam veteran and a life member of VFW Honor Guard Post 5266. He was preceded in death by his son, Michael Mosher; parents, Robert John and Joyce Merchant Mosher; brother, Robert Mosher Jr.; sister, Delberta Barlow; and


ROOSE V.“CHIP” Scearce Dalton, 80, Thorn Hill, passed away Monday, April 17at North Knoxville Medical Center inKnoxville. She was saved atan early age in her family home and joined Union Missionary Baptist Church in Thorn Hill, where she remained a member until her death. She was preceded in death by her husband of almost 52


DORIS A. FINLEY, 78, Blaine, passed away April 14at Ft. Sanders Regional Medical Center in Knoxville. She was a member of New Corinth Baptist Church. Survivors include her son, Terry Allred of Blaine; sister, Judy Humphrey of New Market; granddaughter, Kristy Cole; great-grandchildren, Kayla and Josh Cole; and nephew, Dean Brooks. At her request, she


BETTY SHELTON MCCARTER, 77, Knoxville, passed away Tuesday, April 4. She was a devoted Christian and member ofThorn Grove Baptist Church. She retired from the banking industry after over 40 years. She started at Park National Bank and later retired from Regions Bank and US Bank. She was preceded in death by her parents, Haskell


BARBARA “JILL” VAUGHN WELLS, 67, Rutledge, passed away March 30. She was a member of Blue Springs Baptist Church.She was a beloved wife, mother and Gigi. Her wit was dry, but her love was ever full. She was preceded in death by her parents, June and J. Vaughn; brothers, Johnny Vaughn, Bill Vaughn and Fain


ELSIE JO NORTHERN, 91, Knoxville, passed away Thursday, April 6. She was a member of John Sevier Baptist Church. She was preceded in death by her husband, Paul G. Northern; son, Don M. Northern; parents, George Olvin and Ella Jeanette Roach; brothers, G.O. and Ed Roach; and sisters, Lucille Tigue and Beatrice Roach. Sheis survived


LARRY GARLAND, 57, Knoxville, passed away Friday, March 31. He was preceded in death by his parents, William Edward and Laura Belle Blevins Garland. Heis survived by his wife of 13 years, Mary Ann Garland; sons, Thomas Aaron Brinyark and Michael Eugene Brinyark; grandchildren, Caley Grace Brinyark, Bryson Cole Brinyark and Addicus Wyatt Buller, Alyssa;


WILLIAM HENRY HELTON JR. (JUNIOR), 82, Corryton, went to be with his heavenly FatherTuesday, April 4 at Park West Medical Center. He was a deacon at Chilhowee Hills Baptist Church. He was a good Christian husband, father and grandfather that lived his Salvation daily. He retired from Container Corp. of America. He was a US


AILEEN RUTH OLIVER CHILDERS, 96, Kingsport, departed this world togo home to heavenSaturday, April 8. She was born September 15, 1920 in Bean Station to the late Mathew and Mary Ella Long Oliver. Following her marriage, she resided inKingsport until 1970 at which time she moved back to Grainger County. After the death of her


BETTY LOUISE MCCOLLOUGH HOPSON, 79, Rutledge, went to her heavenly home March 29. She was preceded in death by her husband, Thomas Anderson McCollough of 39 years, and husband, Billy J. Hopson of eight years; parents, John and Mattie Bibbins; brothers, Horace, John, Wes, Les, Hal and Bob Bibbins; and sisters, Annie Bibbins and Nell

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