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September 20, 2017

Obits

M.C. ROGERS

M.C. ROGERS, 91, Surgoinsville, passed away Friday, September 15 at Asbury Place, Kingsport.  He retired from Holston Glass Co. as senior vice president. He was a member of Big Creek Missionary Baptist Church, where he served as a deacon and Sunday school teacher for many years.  He was a member of the Ruritan Club and a

LEROY S. KLEPPER

LEROY S. KLEPPER, 90, Rogersville, died Sunday, September 17 surrounded by his family at his residence following an extended illness. He was a member of Hickory Cove Missionary Baptist Church since 1938, ordained as a deacon in 1951 until his death and served as treasurer from 1954 until 2015. He was employed by IPP &

TYLER ROBERT LOWE

TYLER ROBERT LOWE, 30, Knoxville, formerly of Pekin, Illinois, and Nashville, passed away to be with our Lord Jesus Wednesday, September 13. He was always a smile, a friend, a song, a laugh and loved by so many. He was a loving and devoted husband to his beloved wife, Jennifer Alaina (Boruff) Lowe, a very

NELLIE MAE ROSE ATCHLEY,

NELLIE MAE ROSE ATCHLEY, 101, Mascot, passed away peacefully Saturday, September 16. She was a very devout Christian lady and member of Three Points Baptist Church. She was preceded in death by her husband, Dallas Newell Atchley Sr.; son, Martin Atchley; grandson, Bobby Brooks; daughters-in-law, Barbara Jean Atchley, Sharon Atchley and Evelyn Atchley; sons-in-law, Bill

JOHNNY WALTER CANNON

JOHNNY WALTER CANNON, 74, Knoxville, passed away Saturday, September 16 at home surrounded by his family. He attended New Hope Baptist Church, Corryton. He was a Navy Seal and served honorably in Vietnam. He was preceded in death by his parents, Charles and Janie Cannon and brother, Charles Cannon Jr. He is survived by his

SAMUEL JUSTIN SEAL

SAMUEL JUSTIN SEAL, 36, Bean Station, went to be with the Lord his Savior Sunday, September 17 at his residence, after a courageous battle with cancer. He was a member of First Baptist Church of Bean Station, and was preceded in death by his father, David M. Seal Sr. He was a loving and devoted

JOYCE RENEA HANCOCK

JOYCE RENEA HANCOCK, 49, Rutledge, left this life Tuesday, September 12 at Jefferson County Memorial Hospital. She attended Blue Springs Baptist Church. She was preceded in death by her parents, Jerry Allen and Beulah Mae Hipsher Hancock; baby sister, Pamela Jean; grandparents, Murlan (Doc) and Irene Hancock and Goble and Essie Mae Hipsher; uncle, Luther

DONALD FRANK COLLINS

DONALD FRANK COLLINS, 81, Knoxville, passed away Friday, September 8. He was a U.S. Navy veteran. Funeral Mass was held Thursday, September 14 at Sacred Heart Cathedral, with The Very Reverend David Boettner officiating. Family and friends met Friday, September 15 at East Tennessee Veteran Cemetery-Lyons View for a committal service. Arrangements by Bridges Funeral

BARBARA “STOUT” CHESNEY

BARBARA “STOUT” CHESNEY, 85, Rutledge, passed away Wednesday, September 13 at Ridgeview Terrace of Life Care in Rutledge. Barbara was a member of Avondale Baptist Church. In her spare time, she enjoyed visiting her friends at the nursing home. She especially loved her children and grandchildren, and loved being able to spend time with them.

JUANITA STANDIFUR BARTLEY

JUANITA STANDIFUR BARTLEY, 79, Rutledge, passed away September 17 in the comfort of her home, surrounded by her husband and loving family. She loved her Jesus above all and assured her family and friends of His presence all the way through this heartbreaking process. Family was her greatest treasure this side of heaven, and she

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