(These obits are in no particular order or category.  This page is
best used with your CTRL-F word search function)

  Cecelia Williams Dixon of Vienna,Ohio and a former Wickenburg resident, died Aug 4, 1999.  She was 82.
 Mrs. Dixon was born Aug 17, 1916 in Warren, Ohio.
 Survivors include two sons, Thomas Williams of Vienna and James D. Williams of Wilcox, Saskatchewan, Canada; a daughter, Marjorie Moy of Brookfield, Ohio; a brother Regis Lutz of Warren; six grandchildren; and 12 great-grandchildren.
  She was preceded in death by her first husband of 45 years, Roy B. Williams, in 1985; her second husband, Roland Dixon in 1997; a son Donald; two sisters, Dorothy Goffin and Marguerite Richmond; and two brothers, Ralph and Alvin Lutz.
 Services have been held.

  Paula Jean (Goudie) Standley died Aug 1, 1999 in Yarnell Az.  She was 50.
  Mrs. Standley was born in 1949 in Cheyenne, Wyo.  She had lived in Yarnell for the past six years.
  Survivors include her husband, Ron Standley; father Charles Goudie and stepmother Lucile Goudie; mother Joyce Ahern; three children; four grandchildren; a stepbrother and stepsisters; and many  friends who loved her very much.
  Services have been held.

  Charles Chester Batchelor of Glendale and a former Wickenburg resident, died July 12, 1999  in Glendale.  He was 44.
  Mr. Batchelor was born Dec. 12, 1954 in Ypsilanti, Mich.  He had lived in Arizona for the past 18 years, coming from California.
  Survivors include his daughter, Jamie Batchelor of Parker; son Justin Batchelor of Parker; two sisters, Sharon Van Conant of Peoria and Shirley Robinson of California; and niece and nephews Jeff, Jim and Amber
  Services have been held.

  William Lee Bradford of Wickenburg, died July 19, 1999 in Wickenburg.  He was 83.
  Mr. Bradford was born 30, Jan. 1916 in Denver, Colo.  He lived in Arizona for the past 19 years, coming from Washington.
  Survivors include his wife Dora, of Wickenburg; brother Walter Bradford of Portland, Ore.; and sister Mayme Moulding of Spokane, Wash.
  There were no services at the request of Mr. Bradford.

  Connie Baulch of Sun City died Aug 6, 1999 in Sun View Care Center.  She was 89.
  Mrs. Baulch, past owner of the Trading Post in Wickenburg, moved to Arizona from Pennsylvania in 1964.  She was born in Pittsburgh, Pa.
    Survivors include stepsons Bruch Baulch of Michigan, Gary Baulch of Colorado, and Brian Baulch of Tennessee; five grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.
Services will be held in Michigan.

  Florence A. Hartman of Wickenburg died Aug 5, 1999 in Wickenburg.  She was 83.
  Mrs. Hartman was born July 8, 1916 in Cleveland, Ohio, and had lived in Arizona for 22 years.
  Survivors include her husband William E. Hartman; and daughters Dorothy A. Clossin of Chargrin Falls, Ohio, and Linda J. Costa of Rio Vista, Calif.
 Private services were held.

  Nema G. Muhlhauser-Frazer was born May 18, 1916 in Bloomfield, MO. and had lived in Arizona for 36 years.
  Survivors include her son and daughter-in-law  Jim C. and Joyce M Muhlhauser of St. Louis, MO.; son Ronald E. Muhlhauser of Congress; daughter Nema M. Wilson of Sun City; sisters Virginia Zancauske of St Louis, Mo. and Mildred Corbin of Surprise; brother Nelson Sweeney of Peoria, Ariz.;  11 grandchildren;  20 great-grandchildren; and four great-great- grandchildren.
  She was preceded in death by her husband Carl in 1965, daughter Mildred Shattuck in 1994 and grandson Mark C. Mulhauser in 1985.
  Services have been held.

  Carl Kuehl of Wickenburg, died 28 July, 1999 in Sun City, AZ.  He was 93.
  Mr. Kuehl was born 5 July, 1906 in Two Rivers, Wisc.  He had lived in Arizona for the past four years.
  He is survived by his daughter, Miriam, of Wisconsin; and son, Paul of Michigan.
  Services have been held.

  Phyllis V. L. French of Wickenburg died 31 July 1999.  She was 67.
  Mrs. French was born in 1933 in Sheboygan, Wisc.
  Survivors include two daughters, Susan French and Sally Lauetta; a son Samson French; a sister Virginia Holm; three grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; and two close friends Janice Dunn of Madison, Wisc., and Jeannie Conrardy of Sheboygan.
  Private services are planned.

From The Knoxville News Sentinel 15 Aug 1999

ARMSTRONG, STEPHEN MICHAEL - 38, of Oak Ridge, died at the Methodist Medical
Center on Friday, August 13, 1999. Self-employed AAA Hydraulics. Member of
Christian Outreach where he served as a church elder, choir member, minister
and was the men's ministry director. A graduate of Clinton High School in
1978. Enjoyed and played gold and basketball. Stephen played basketball for
Clinton High School 1975-78 and for Roane State. Attended Roane State and the
University of Tennessee. Survivors include wife, Penny Ely Armstrong, Oak
Ridge; son, Christian Hunter Armstrong of the home; parents, Bob and Eunice
Armstrong, Clinton; sisters, Sheila Bailey and husband, Tim and their
children, Tim and Lisa of Garrett, Ky., Patricia Shoemaker and husband,
Wesley and their children Matthew, Samantha and Andrew of Clinton. Funeral
service will be held on Sunday, August 15, 1999, 8 p.m. in the chapel of
Weatherford Mortuary with Rev. Archer Corder and Rev. Greg Howard
officiating. Graveside service will be on Monday, 10:30 a.m. at Anderson
Memorial Gardens. Memorials may be made to Penny Armstrong, c/o Sharon
Bender, 334 Willow Run Dr., Clinton, TN 37716. The family will receive
friends Sunday night at Weatherford Mortuary, Oak Ridge.

FOSTER, VIRGINIA LOUISE - 86, of Oak Ridge, died August 13, 1999, at
Methodist Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Foster was the widow of Bernard B. Foster,
Sr., who died July 24, 1992. Mrs. Foster was predeceased by six brothers and
four sisters; and is survived by one sister, Mrs. Dorothy Smith of
Reidsville, N.C. Mrs. Foster is also survived by her three sons, Bernard B.
Foster, Jr. and his wife, Rachel Foster of Cincinnati, Ohio, Price Foster and
his wife, Sam Foster of Louisville, Ky., R. Dwight Foster and his wife, Julie
Anne Foster of Knoxville; seven grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; and
many nieces, nephews, and brothers-in-law and sisters-in-law. Mrs. Foster was
a founding member of Trinity United Methodist Church of Oak Ridge, where she
remained an active member for 50 years. Additionally, she was a member of the
Order of the Eastern Star, Oak Ridge Chapter #390, a 50th Anniversary Women
of Impact honoree and a Scroll of Honor recipient from the American
Association of the University of Women. The family will receive friends from
6-8 p.m. on Monday, August 16, at Weatherford Mortuary in Oak Ridge, followed
by an Order of the Eastern Star ceremony. The funeral service will be held at
10 a.m. Tuesday, August 17, at Trinity United Methodist Church in Oak Ridge,
followed by a graveside service at Oak Ridge Memorial Gardens. The Rev. Mike
Johnson will officiate. Grandchildren will be honorary pallbearers. In lieu
of flowers, the family requests memorial gifts be made to Trinity United
Methodist Church, 320 Robertsville Rd., Oak Ridge TN 37830.

August 13, 1999, at 2:31 p.m. in the Methodist Medical Center. Born July 20,
1955 at Barksdale AFB, La. She is survived by husband, Roger; and a son,
Joshua. A 1973 ORHS graduate who attended the University of Tennessee at
Knoxville. She also leaves behind her father and mother, Joseph and Anne
Pidkowicz; five brothers and sisters; a brother-in-law and wife, as well as
three sisters-in-law. The family will receive friends Monday, August 16, from
6-8 p.m. at Weatherford Mortuary, followed by a rosary service at 8 p.m. A
Mass celebrating Elizabeth's life will be held Tuesday, August 17, at 1 p.m.
at St. Mary's Catholic Church with Rev. Gilbert Diaz officiating. Weatherford
Mortuary, Oak Ridge.

former Warren Co OH resident

Thursday, November 2, 1893,  page 3 column 4
Mrs. Lidia Clark, died at her home No. 104 West South street at 7:15
a.m. Tuesday, October 31, of
paralysis of the brain, age seventy-six years, nine months and seventeen
days.  Funeral services will be
held at the First M.E. Church at 2 p.m. Thursday, Rev. M.A. Farr
officiating.  Mrs. Clark was born in
Warren county, Ohio January 14th, 1817;  was married to Hansen E. Clark,
July 10, 1836;  moved to
Shelby county in 1841 and to Shelbyville in 1847.  She was the mother of
eight children, two of whom,
Richard M. and Hansen L. are living.  Her husband died several years
ago.  Mrs. Clark was known by
all the older residents of Shelbyville and was loved and respected by
all.  Interment in City Cemetery by
Cummins & Edwards.
Submitted by Barb Huff.

Name: John F. BRADNICK; WWII Veteran
Age:  81
Address: Wood
Date of birth: 8/17/1917
Location born: Dudley
Date of death: 8/9/1999
Father: George BRADNICK
Spouse: Mabel (JONES) BRADNICK
Surviving children: Jack E. BRADNICK
Surviving siblings: William and Bonnie BRADNICK
Deceased children:
Deceased siblings: 3 brothers and 1 sister

Name: George Edward DIETZ; Avid hunter & fisherman
Age:  54
Address: Hustontown
Date of birth: 4/21/1945
Location born: Juniata twp., Fulton county
Date of death: 8/12/1999
Father: Edward Jason "Ted" DIETZ
Mother: Gladys (LOGSDON) DIETZ
Spouse: E. Dianne (SHIPPEY) DIETZ
Surviving children: George Jr., Preston S. and William C.
Surviving siblings: Robert E DIETZ, Shirley MOWRY, Beverly
Deceased children:
Deceased siblings:
Interment: Dry Ridge Cemetery

Name: Ida "Mae" FLORY; Surving siblings in Huntingdon county
Age:  69
Address: Marion
Date of birth: 2/10/1930
Location born: Clay Hill
Date of death: 8/14/1999
Father: Harold BRECHBIEL
Spouse: Charles Irvin FLORY
Surviving children: Betty M. GARLAND, Robert E. and Tom FLORY;
4 grandchildren; 3 great grandchildren
Surviving siblings: Gladys S. LAIRD, Roy, Ralph and Ronald
Deceased children:
Deceased siblings:
Interment: Parklawns Memorial Gardens, Chambersburg

Name: Catherine E. McKINLEY KRINER
Age:  97
Address: Falling Springs Nursing Home, Chambersburg; formerly
of Chambersburg & Kistler
Date of birth: 2/10/1902
Location born: Mifflin, Juniata county
Date of death: 8/14/1999
Father: William DUNN
Mother: Margaret (KAISER) DUNN
Spouse: (1)Ben McKINLEY, deceased; (2)Russell KRINER, deceased
Surviving children: Margaret SNYDER, Carl and Stewart
McKINLEY; 11 grandchildren; a number of great and great-great
Surviving siblings:
Deceased children: William McKINLEY
Deceased siblings: a number of brothers and sisters
Interment: Mount Union Cemetery

Name: Gaven Gaige PARKS; Infant son of Mount Union couple
Address: Allenport
Date of birth: 8/14/1999
Location born: Huntingdon
Date of death: 8/14/1999
Father: Larry Lee PARKS
Mother: Jill Rene BOOHER
Surviving children:
Surviving siblings:
Deceased children:
Deceased siblings:
Interment: Mount Union Cemetery

Name: Robert William CORCELIUS; Attended Juniata College
Age:  89
Address: Hamburg, NY
Date of birth: 7/27/1909
Location born: Huntingdon
Date of death: 6/27/1999
Father: George E. CORCELIUS
Mother: Georgie B. (GREEN) CORCELIUS
Spouse: (1)Geraldine (L???) CORCELIUS, deceased;(2)dith (PARK)
Surviving children:
Surviving siblings: A. Lynn CORCELIUS Sr.
Deceased children:
Deceased siblings: Kathryn MATTERN
Interment: Riverview Cemetery, Huntingdon

Name: Woodrow W. "Roy" MILLER; Served in US Army
Age:  85
Address: Williamsburg RR#1
Date of birth: 7/25/1914
Location born: Saxton
Date of death: 8/14/1999
Father: James Oates MILLER
Mother: Anna J. (DICK) MILLER
Spouse: Anna M. (HANEY) MILLER
Surviving children: Rosamond M. AKE, Woodrene M. CLAAR, Lily
C. DORMAN; 10 grandchildren; 17 great grandchildren
Surviving siblings: James D. MILLER
Deceased children:
Deceased siblings: 6 brothers and 2 sisters
Interment: Sparr Cemetery, Williamsburg RR#1

Name: Linda Elsie WILSON; Huntingdon native
Age:  47
Address: San Francisco, CA
Date of birth: 6/15/1952
Location born: Huntingdon
Date of death: 8/10/1999
Father: Harris WILSON Jr.
Mother: Rosalee (MARTIN) WILSON
Surviving children: Tiffany Lynn WILSON
Surviving siblings: Cynthia WILSON, Rosemarie HOUCK, Harris
WILSON III and Woodrow "Woody" WILSON
Deceased children:
Deceased siblings: Larry WILSON
Interment: Mount Union Cemetery

Appeared in the Independent Appear Newspaper Wed., July 28, 1999

CHARLES DON LOVELACE, 57, died on Wed., July 21, 1999, at West Tennessee
Skilled Nursing Facility of cancer.  He was a Journeyman Wireman and a
member of I.B.E.W. Labor Union.
     Services took place at 6 p.m. on Sat., July 24, at Bells Funeral Home
in Bells.  Burial was held at the Walnut Hill Baptist Church Cemetery in
Bells.  Officiating the services was Minister Dr. Charles Castle.
      Mr. Lovelace is survived by two daughters, Deborah K. Easton of
Selmer and Denis Hayes of Humboldt, one brother, Jerry H. Lovelace of Beach
Bluff, and three grandchildren.

GLADYS MORRIS WEAVER, 89, died on Fri., July 23, 1999, at Baptist East
Hospital in Memphis of a stroke.  She was a homemaker, a member of the
Milledgeville United Methodist Church, and a member of the Home
Demonstration Club.
     Services took place at 3 p.m. on Sun., July 25, at Milledgeville
United Methodist Church in Milledgeville.  Burial was held at Milledgeville
Cemetery in Milledgeville.
     Mrs. Weaver was preceded in death by her husband, Joe Neal Weaver.
She is survived by five daughters, Montez Grisham of Morris Chapel, Ondra
Martin of Franklin, Carol White of Memphis, Yvonne Smith of Cordova, and
Rejetta Wilson of Savannah, two sons, Buster Weaver of Crump and Jack
Weaver of Morris Chapel, twelve grandchildren, and nineteen gr-grandchildren.

MARY LOUISE KING, 73, died on Fri., July 23, 1999, at McNairy County
Healthcare Center in Selmer of heart failure.  She was a homemaker and a
member of Mt. Sharon Presbyterian Church.
     Services took place at 1 p.m. on Sun., July 25, at Mt. Sharon
Presbyterian Church.  Burial was held at Gilchrist Cemetery in the
Gilchrist Community.  Officiating the service was Minister Nickey Harris.
Pallbearers were David Smith, Hookey Martin, Al Ward, Terry Case, Allan
Barnes, and Robert Jarrett.
     Mrs. King was preceded in death by her husband, Charles King, and her
parents, Granville and Rosetta Smith Ward.  She is survived by one son,
Danny King of Adamsville, and one grandson, Joey King of Ramer.

MADGE SOUDERS, 81, died on Sat., July 24, 1999, at Jackson Madison County
General Hospital of heart failure.  She was a homemaker and a former member
of the Southern Methodist Church of Memphis.
     Services took place at 1 p.m. on Tuesday, July 27, at Shackelford
Funeral Home in Selmer.  Burial was held at Memphis Memory Gardens.
Officiating the services was Minister Jessie Petty.  Pallbearers were Randy
Brown, Jeff Sims, Greg Sims, Robby Souders, Scott Sims, and Will Souders.
     Mrs. Souders was preceded in death by her parents, George L. and Etta
McAlpine Blasingame.  She is survived by her husband, Jay B. Souders of
Ramer, two sons, Ricci L. Sims of Corona, Calif., and Larry D. Sims of
Florence, Ala., two step-sons, George Souders and Ralph Souders both of
Ramer, one sister, Judy Williamson of Corinth, Miss., five grandchildren,
Greg, Stephanie, Jeffery, Scott, and Lori Sims,  two step-grandchildren,
Robby and Will Souders, and two step-gr-grandchildren, Amanda and Julian

LAWRENCE MICHAEL ROBBINS, 48, died o Wed., July 21, 1999, at Hacks Crossing
in East Memphis of an auto accident.  Hew was a life insurance agent with
Mass Mutual Insurance Company, a member of Central Church in Memphis, and a
graduate of the University of Memphis on a football scholarship.
     Services took place at 3 p.m. on Fri., July 23, at Shackelford Chapel
in Selmer.  Burial was held at New Hope Cemetery near Michie.  Officiating
the services was Minister Danny Adkisson. Pallbearers were Bud Sims, Jamie
Smith, Tom Jenkins., John Giles, Joe Moore, and Marcus Tucker.
      Mr. Robbins was preceded in death by his father, Lawrence Max
Robbins.  He is survived by his mother, Loretta Flatt Robbins of Michie and
a special friend Susan Krawiechi of Memphis.

BETTY HELLRIEGEL, 75, died on Fri., July 16, 1999, at Jackson Madison
County General Hospital in Jackson of heart failure.  She was a homemaker
and a member of St. John Vianny Roman Catholic Church in Northlake, Ill.
     Mrs. Hellriegel was preceded in death by her husband, Cecil Hellriegel
and her parents, John and Areah Demsey Childs.  She is survived by three
daughters, Michele Rhode of Bensenville, Ill., Pamelia Perrott of
Algonquin, Ill, and Teresa Johnson of Crump, two sons, Daniel Hellriegel of
Inverness, Ill., and Timothy Hellriegel of Crump, thirteen grandchildren,
and ten gr-grandchildren.

JOHN CHESTER FLATT, 61, died on Sat., July 24, 1999, at his home of cancer.
 He was retired mechanic.
     Services took place at 3 p.m. on Mon., July 26, at New Hope Methodist
church.  Burial was held at New Hope Cemetery in Michie.  Officiating the
services was Minister Kenneth White.
     Mr. Flatt was preceded in death by his parents Frank and Adelaide Mays
Flatt.  He is survived by his wife, Barbara Flatt, four daughters, Lois
Burcham of Rienzi, Miss., Jane Lambert, of Glen, Miss., Linda Zackerson of
Michie, and Margaret Hubanks of Guys, two sons, Dennis Flatt of Savannah
and Keith Flatt of Michie, five sisters, Loretta Robbins, Hazel Robbins all
of Michie, Gale Giles of Walnut, Miss., and Novada Harrison of Cherokee,
Ala., one brother, Cleston Flatt of Enville, and fifteen grandchildren.

TIMOTHY C. WILSON, 40, died on Thurs, July 22, 1999, at his home, autopsy
results pending.  He was a drywall hanger and finisher and a member of
Bethel Springs First Baptist Church.
     Services took place at 11 a.m. on Tues., July 27, at Shackelford
Chapel in Selmer.  Burial was held at Lake Hill Memory Gardens in Bethel
     Mr. Wilson is survived by his wife, Pattie Wilson, his father and
stepmother, Ernest and Marilon Wilson of Selmer, mother and step-father,
Willie Joe and Wayne Taylor of Selmer, two daughters, Tara and Amber Wilson
of Wausaukee, Wis., two sister,  Janet Flatt of Selmer and Jeannie Boyd of
Hernando., Miss, two brothers, Gary Wilson of Jackson and Jeff Wilson of
Bethel Springs, his grandmother, Ethel Hurst of Bethel Springs, two nieces
and two nephews.

From The Knoxville News Sentinel 17 Aug 1999

ANDERSON, DARLA JEAN - age 21, of Jacksboro, Tenn., passed away suddenly
Sunday morning, August 15, 1999, at the Methodist Medical Center in Oak
Ridge. Darla was a member of the Habersham Baptist Church. Was a graduate of
Campbell Co. High School and was valedictorian of her class of 1996. Darla
was a devoted Christian who loved the Lord. She was a loving daughter and
granddaughter who loved to spend time with her family and friends. She was
teller and loan processor with First National Bank. Darla is survived by her
parents, J.W. and Norma Ayres Anderson, Jacksboro; grandparents, Millard and
Nell Ayers, Habersham and Jim and Sallie Anderson, LaFollette; and a host of
other relatives and friends. Funeral service 2 p.m. Wednesday, Martin's
Chapel with Rev. James Bolton officiating. Interment to follow at Woodlawn
Cemetery, LaFollette. Family will receive friends Tuesday 6-8 p.m. Martin
Funeral Home, LaFollette.

REICHEL, JAMES E. - age 58, of Rt. 2, LaFollette, passed away suddenly
Sunday, August 15, 1999, at LaFollette Medical Center. Survivors include
wife, Allison J. Reichel; and daughter, Diane Reichel; son and
daughter-in-law, David and Sherry Reichel; son, Theodore E. (Ted) Reichel;
grandson and wife, Danny and Lana; grandsons, David James, Timothy,
Christopher, Keanu, and Christian; great-granddaughters, Lyssa and Kayla;
brothers and sister-in-law, Terry and Sue, Gary and Pam, all of Michigan;
sister, Sharon Moyer of Michigan; sister and brother-in-law, Susie and Rick
Reber of Michigan. The family will receive friends Wednesday from 6-8 p.m. at
Roach Memorial Chapel. Funeral service will be Thursday at 2 p.m. at Roach
Mortuary. Pallbearers will be Rick Reber, Terry Reichel, Danny Reichel, Keith
Foote, David Reichel, and Ted Reichel. Roach Mortuary in charge of

DeBUSK, MR. ALFRED JAY, SR. - age 77, of Knoxville, was born February 14,
1922, and passed away August 15, 1999, at St. Mary's Medical Center in
Knoxville. He was a World War II Veteran serving in the Army Air Force and
was retired from PPG Industries. He professed faith in Christ, was baptized
and became a member of Alice Bell Baptist Church. He was preceded in death by
grandmother, Nancy Campbell; aunt and uncle, Katherine and Will Campbell, who
raised him from an early age; parents, Andrew J. and Hattie Frances Campbell
DeBusk; brothers, Woodrow, Robert E., George, Andrew, Jr.; sisters, Mary Jo
and Martha Mae. He is survived by loving wife, Ruth (Minton) DeBusk of
Knoxville; sons and daughters-in-law, Dr. Alfred, Jr. and Sandra DeBusk of
Knoxville, Dr. Charles H. and Cindy DeBusk of New Tazewell; grandchildren,
Jay, Abby, Will, Bonnie, Kyle and Clark; aunt, Arizella Parker of
Middlesboro, Ky.; brothers, John S. DeBusk and Charles Noble DeBusk; sisters
and brothers-in-law, Nancy and William N. Smith, Arizella and Sam Smith;
sisters, Ruby DeBusk and Elizabeth Howard; sisters-in-law, Betty DeBusk of
Knoxville, Ethel DeBusk of Tazewell; and several nieces, nephews and a host
of other relatives and friends. The family will receive friends from 5-7:30
p.m. Tuesday, August 17, 1999, at the Claiborne Funeral Home with funeral
service to follow at 7:30 p.m. in the Claiborne Funeral Home Chapel with the
Rev. Steve Parker officiating. Music by Janice Derreberry. Graveside service
will be conducted at 10 a.m. Wednesday, August 18, 1999, in the Irish
Memorial Gardens with full military honors. Pallbearers: nephews. In lieu of
flowers, donations may be made to the New Tazewell United Methodist Church
and/or the Fountain City United Methodist Church of Knoxville. Claiborne
Funeral Home in charge of arrangements.

From The Knoxville News Sentinel 18 Aug 1999

CLOTFELTER, KATHERINE MCCULLEY - age 75, of LaFollette, passed away Monday,
August 16, at LaFollette Medical Center. She was a member of House of Prayer
and Praise Church. Preceded in death by parents, Harrison and Belle McCulley;
son, John Harrison; daughter, Louise Wright; brothers, Jim and Virgil
McCulley; sisters, Frankie McCulley, Faye Powers, and Rhoda Wilhoit.
Survivors: husband, John Clotfelter; sons, Frank of LaFollette, Delbert of
Loudon; daughters, Mary Lane, LaFollette, Shirley Martin, Margaret Riggs,
both of Jacksboro; sisters, Marie Johnson, Ruby Henley, both of LaFollette;
13 grandchildren; 20 great-grandchildren. Funeral service 2 p.m. Wednesday,
August 18, at House of Prayer and Praise Church, Rev. Charles Lovely
officiating. Interment Walters Cemetery. The family will receive friends 6-8
p.m. Tuesday, August 17, at Cross Funeral Home. Arrangements by Cross Funeral

NELSON, ELLIS - age 96, of Lake City, passed away Tues., Aug. 17, 1999, at
the Methodist Medical Center in Oak Ridge. He was a member of Clear Branch
Baptist Church. He was born Oct. 20, 1902, in Anderson Co. to the late
William Bill and Berline Patterson Nelson. Survivors: wife, Sadie Nelson of
Lake City; son, Bobby Nelson and wife, Helen of Lake City, Ray Nelson and
wife, JoAnn of Clinton; sister, Billie Boggs of Lake City; sister-in-law,
Winifred Nelson of Lake City; grandchildren, Donald Glen Nelson of Lake City,
Janine and Lee Burriss of Lake City, Kimberly Michele and James Hill of
Clinton; six great-grandchildren; several nieces and nephews and a host of
friends. The family will receive friends from 6-8 p.m. Wed., Aug. 18, 1999,
at Holley-Gamble Funeral Home in Lake City with funeral service following at
8 p.m. in the chapel with Rev. Donald Douglas and Rev. Don Martin
officiating. Interment will be held 11 a.m. Thurs., Aug. 19, 1999, in Leach
Cemetery. Holley-Gamble Funeral Home of Lake City in charge of all

From The Knoxville News Sentinel 19 Aug 1999

MAY, BYRON PATRICK - age 17, of Clinton, passed away Wednesday August 18,
1999 at University of Tennessee Medical Center. Mr. May was a junior at
Clinton High School. He was a member of Beach Grove Baptist Church in
Louisville, TN. Survivors: parents, Julia Higdon of Oliver Springs, Martin
May of Athens; sister, Kasri May of Maryville; brother, Marcus May of
Maryville; grandparents, Leon May of Knoxville, Mildrid May of Jellico,
Larence Sanders of Clinton; great-grandparents, Roxie Hunley of Clinton,
Marie Campbill of Norris, Willie B. May of Knoxville; host of other relatives
and friends. Funeral services will be Thursday, August 19 at 8:00 p.m. in the
chapel of Holley-Gamble Funeral Home in Clinton, with Rev. Joseph Nickell
officiating. Graveside services will be Friday at 10:00 a.m. at Farmers Grove
Cemetery in Clinton. The family will receive friends from 6-8 Thursday at the
funeral home. Holley-Gamble Funeral Home, Clinton in charge of arrangements.


  Funeral services were held at 10:oo am Wednesday at Griffy Funeral Chapel
for Norma Corderia Denham, 87 who died early Saturday  Feb. 14, 1987 at her
home in Fowler, Colo.
     Evangelist Gary Coy of the Church of Christ, Monte Vista, officiated.
  "Someday the Silver Cord Will Break";  was sung by the S.W. Church of
Christ Singers from Pueblo.
 Casket bearer were Harold Jeffreys, Kerry Hodgs, Sidney Hodgs, Elvis Baker,
Larry Hodgs and Emil Rogge, Jr.
  Mrs. Denham was born Aug, 6, 1899 in Cutler Ohio  to Alfred Ernest and
Lucy (Millar) Johnson.  The family moved to Fowler in 1912 and later
homesteaded in Pueblo Co.
  She was married to Ernest Edward Denham on June 16, 1927 in Pueblo.  He
preceded her in death, Aug 17, 1979.
  She is survived by one son, Edwin of Belle Fourche, SD; two daughters,
Lucy Gill of Grandview of Grandview WA, and June Hodgs of Fowler; one sister
Neva Schlatter of Francesville, IN; 13 grandchildren and 20
  Burial was in the Fowler Cemetary with arrangements by Griffy Funeral
The family prefers memorials to the Fowler Ambulance Fund.

  Vivian H. DeWulf of Wickenburg died July 25, 1999 in Wickenburg.  She was
  Mrs. DeWulf was born Sept.23, 1905 in Phoenix Az and lived in Arizona for
her entire life.
  Her father Frank Stechhan managed the Doris and Harkwick theatres in
  She grew up in Skull Valley and Tonto Springs, where her mother
farmed/ranched the Bratton places.  After high school in Prescott, she
completed nurses training at Saint Joseph's in Phoenix - a profession she
worked at on and off most of her life.
  Never outgrowing her love for horses though,  by 1930 whe was back in
Prescott operating a riding academy out the Burnt Ranch.  It was at that
time she met and married her husband Leo- a local pharmicist.
  Mrs. DeWulf had been a Wickenburg resident for 3-1/2 years.  Her husband
passed away a year and half ago.
  Survivors include her daughter Leone Kisseberth of Phoenix; son Charles
DeWulf of Wickenburg; six grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren.
  Funeral services were held at 10 a.m. Saturday, July 31, 1999 at the St.
Anthony of Padua Catholic Church in Wickenburg, preceded by visitation at 9
  Father John Vogt officiated the ceremony.
  Interment is at the St Francis Cemetery in Phoenix.
  Brown's Wickenburg Funeral Home handled the arrangements.


  Lillian I. Lockett of Wickenburg died July 26, 1999 in Idaho Falls, Idaho.
She was 77.
  Mrs. Lockett was born Feb, 1922 in Fewell, Okla., and had lived in Arizona
for 42 years.
  Survivors include daughter Sandra Justice of Phoenix; daughter Pat Muller
and husband of Kingman; daughter Louise Faucher of Wickenburg; daughter
Kathy Killian of Shelly Idaho; son Orval Justice of Kingman; stepson Charles
Lockett of Wickenburg; one brother; one sister; 10 grandchildren; four
great-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews.
  She was preceded in death by her husband Jack Lockett and son R.C.
  A church memorial was held Sunday, Aug 1 at The Kingdom Hall of Jehovah
Witnesses.  A Family memorial service was held at 4 p.m. Tuesday, Aug 3, at
the Wickenburg Funeral Home.  Interment is at the Wickenburg Cemetery.
  Brown's Wickenburg Funeral Home handled the arrangements.


  Lois Joan Stanifer of Morristown died July 28, 1999 in Sun City West, AZ.
 She was 71.
  Mrs. Stanifer wwas born Jan 30, 1928 in South Bend, Ind., and had lived in
Arizona for 25 years.
  After graduating from high school in South Bend, she then worked as a
telephone operator and also as a ticket seller for the local drive-in.
  She married Ray Stanifer, then started the family prior to moving to
GrandRapids, Mich., where she had her fourth child.
  Due to her husband's employment with Sears, they then relocated to
Jackson, Mich., then on to Minnesota, Ohio and finally Chicao.
  She was a great mother who lovingly raised her family.  Her son Lon passed
away in an automobile accident in 1969.  In 1974, Ray, Joan and the children
moved to Arizona, purchased the Hassayampa River Trading Company, owning and
operating it for many years.
  Joan and Ray were very happy together until his passing in 1994.
  She was very active in the Morristown Women's Club and held such fond
memories of all her family and friends.
  In 1995, she met Bill Bradshaw, who became her companion and part of the
family, sharing a very deep love for each other.  She became ill three years
ago, never complaining or feeling sorry for herself.
  She will be missed by Bill, her children, grandchildren and her friends.
  Survivors include her companion William Bradshaw of Morristown; son
Michael Stanifer of Morristown; daughter Teri Durfee of Phoenix and Deborah
Fike of Phoenix; brothers Ralph Wolfe and Cork Wolfe, both of South Bend,
Ind.; and six grandchildren.
  She was preceded in death by her husband Ray Staifer in 1994, son Lon
Lanifer in 1969 and brother Richard Wolfe.
  Funeral services were held at 9 a.m. Monday Aug 2, 1999 at the Wickenburg
Funeral Home Chapel.  Interment is at the Morristown Cemetery.
  Bown's Wickenburg Funeral Home handled the arrangements.


Jonathan Paul Mick of Glendale, Arizona died 19 July 1999 in Bullhead City.
He was 10.
Jonathan was born Dec.5, 1988 in Phoenix and lived in Arizona his entire
Jonathan was a bright, politely mannered, outgoing child.  When you think of
him, may you dance, may you sing, may your heart soar free.  His love, his
love he gave to you, as you gave yours to him.
 Jonathan will be greatly missed by all his family and all those whose lives
he touched along the way.
Survivors include his parents Richard E. and Lori C. Micks of Glendale,
Ariz.; brothers Richard E. Jr. and Austin M.;  sisters Trisha L. and Tiffany
A.;   grandparents Paul G. and Grace F. Mick;   Romelle and Bill Costanzi of
Wickenburg;   and Gordon Mallicoat, a former Wickenburg resident; and many
aunts, uncles, cousins and friends.
 Visitation was held Sunday at the Wickenburg Funeral Home, with funeral
services being held at a later date.
 Brown's Wickenburg Funeral Home handled the arrangements.


Cupp, James William Preston, age 78, died at his home near New Tazewell
October 20, 1949.  He was married to Rachel Meyers June 25, 1901 and to this
union were born 9 children.  Surviving:  George, Alvis Edgar, and Docia Cupp,
all of New Tazewell, Henry Cupp of Knoxville; 19 grand children and 5 great
grand children; brother George Cupp, Capito, Ky.  He professed faith in
Christ in early life and joined the missionary Baptist church at Cedar
Springs later moving with his membership to Clouds Memorial church where he
lived a faithful member.  Funeral services were held 10:00 a.m. Sunday at the
Meyers Grove Baptist church with Rev. Bill Pressnell, Rev. Newton Lambert,
and Rev. Danta Day officiating.  Pall bearers:  Charlie Carroll, Bill Ray,
Forester Honeycutt, Parlin Honeycutt, Billie Lowe, and Edgar Lowe.  Interment
in the church cemetery.  Coffey Stubblefield Funeral Home in charge.

ELLISON, ELIZABETH - Oct. 27, 1949

Funeral services for Mrs. Elizabeth Ellison were held Sunday afternoon at Mt.
Gilead Baptist church with Rev. Hugh Vancel and Rev. Hobart Sandifer
officiating.  Burial was in Forge Ridge Cemetery, near Harrogate.

Pall bearers were Laford Ray, Leonard Ellison, David Bussell, Otis and Arvil
Lambert.  The song services were sung under the direction of Jim Ray.

GOINS, JAMES DUDLEY - Oct. 27, 1949

Funeral services for James Dudley Goins were held Saturday morning at East
Cumberland Avenue Baptist Church with Rev. Billie Moyers.  Rev. Fred Harbin
and Rev. Wint Bolton officiating.  Burial was in Hurst Cemetery.  Pall
bearers were George Stapleton.  Aud Haley, Clifton England, Luther Harrell,
Robert James, Gale Jones, Tip Brooks, M.H. Lynch and Top Epperson.  The song
service were sung by the church choir, under the direction of Mrs. Maude
Haley, with Mrs. Mamie Walker at the piano.


Gilbert, Mrs. Sara Elizabeth Hatfield age 73, died at the home of her son in
Bonny Blue, Va. Oct. 20, 1949.  She was married to Carl Cochran and to this
union were born 7 children - Mrs. Lizzie McCary, Speedwell, Mrs. Myrtle
Johnson, and Mrs. Lillie Sharp, Middlesboro, Ky., Mrs. Hallie Reddings
(deceased) William A. Cachran, Oak Ridge, Bern Cochran and Roy Cochran, St.
Charles, VA..
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AUSMUS, JOHN - Sept. 8, 1949

Funeral services for John Ausmus, who died Sept. 3, were held Monday
afternoon at his home with Rev. Albert Davis and Rev. Leonard White
officiating.  Burial was in Cain cemetery.

He is survived by his sons, J.W. and Luther of Speedwell; daughters, Mrs.
Lizzie Collins of Clairfield, Tenn., and Mrs. Viola Weaver of Union County,
Tenn.; brother Jake of Dalton, GA.; sister, Mrs. Sarah Leach of Union County;
half sister, Mrs. Minnie Huston of Clairfield, and several grand children.

Pall bearers were friends of the family, and the song services were sung by
the Salem Baptist Church choir, under the direction of Rev. Albert Davis.

LYNCH, JAMES RUBEN - Sept. 8, 1949

James Ruben Lynch, son of Rev. George and Sally Lynch, age 79 years, 12 days,
died suddenly at the home of his daughter, Mrs. J.C. Day, near CLouds, Tenn.
June 22, 1949; survivors: 6 daughters, Mrs. J.C. Day, Mrs. L.L. Lynch, New
Tazewell, Tenn., Mrs. Jack Day, Knoxville, Mrs. Arlie Day, Brownfield, Texas,
Mrs. C.D. Keck, Mrs. Ernie Keck, Goin, Tenn.  One son, Howard Lynch,
Knoxville Tenn.  He was married to Melvina Killion February 8, 1891.  To this
union 7 children were born.  She passed away Oct. 16, 1913.  He was then
married to Kate Neely Sept. 9, 1917.  To this union 2 daughers were born.  He
leaves 20 grand children and 16 great grand children.  He was a member of the
American Christian Church for about 56 years.  Officiating ministers were
Andy Vance and Charlie Smith.  Pallbearers; Verlin Carter, Arnold Jones,
Clayton Lynch, Don Lynch, Clay Matthew, Jackie Day.  He was laid to rest June
25, in Watson Cemetery.
Coffey Stubblefield Funeral Home, Tazewell in charge.


Ellison, Mrs. Eula Gray Whitaker; age 33, died in a Greneville hospital Sept.
2, 1949.  Survivors; husband, Wheeler Ellison, daughter Edna Lou Ellison;
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Whitaker, Grand mother, Mrs. Sabra Lake,
Harrogate; sisters, Mrs. Veda Campbell, Mrs. Irene Barnard and Mrs. Arsella
Whitaker all of Tazewell, Mrs. Maxie Massingill, Harrogate, Mrs. Francis
Cunningham, New Orleans, LA., Mrs. Zola Payne, Kanakee, Ill.; brothers
Virgil, Alvin, Clyde and Luther Whitaker, all of Kankakee, Ill.  One sister
and one brother preceded her in death.  She was a member of the Cave Springs
Baptist church where funeral services were held 2:00 p.m. Monday.  Rev. Joe
Whitaker officiating.  Interment in the church cemetery.  Coffey Stubblefield
Funeral Home in charge.

CARMON, Mary Lou - Mar. 17, 1949

Carmon, Mary Lou, age 12 years. 10 months and 25 days, died at her home near
Tazewell March 4, 1949.  Survivors parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Carmon; sister,
Lois Edna, brother, Byrl Carmon; grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Carmon,
Mr. and Mrs. C.L. Large, all of Tazewell.  Three brothers, Kimp, Willie and
Willard preceded her in death.

Mary Lou professed faith in Christ at the age of ten and joined the Mayes
Chapel Church.  She lived a beautiful Christian life and was an obedient
sweet daughter and sister and made friends where ever she went.  She bore her
suffering with patience and told us she was going away to be with Jesus.
Funeral services were held 10:30 a.m. Tuesday at Mayes Chapel church with
Rev. Lynch and Rev. Andy Buchanan officiating.  Interment in the Moody
cemetery.  Coffey Stubblefield Funeral Home in charge of the funeral.

CLINE, Athel J. - March 17, 1949

Pfc. Athel J. Cline funeral services were held 2:00 p.m. Sunday at the Goins
Chapel Baptist church with Rev. Hugh Vancel and Rev. Maynard Carmony
officiating.  Interment in the Moody cemetery.  American Legion No. 109 in
charge of the military honors at the grave.  Coffey Stubblefield Funeral Home
in charge.


Ellison, Mrs. Janie Chadwell, age 71 died at her home near Tazewell March 9,
1949, after a long illness.  Survivors;  husband, Thomas Ellison, daughters,
Miss Sadies Ellison, Tazewell, Mrs. T.E. King, Knoxville sons, Roy Ellison,
Tazewell, Tip Ellison, Monroe Mich. step daughter, Mrs. Jasper Yeary,
Circleville, Ind.; stepsons, Floyd, Wiley, John and Fount Ellison, all of
Tazewell; sisters, Mrs. Alfred Parks, Mrs. Alec Fultz, both of Tazewell; two
grand children and 31 step grand children.  She professed faith in God at an
early age and joined the Hopewell Baptist church later moving her letter to
the Caves Spring Baptist church.  She kept the faith of one living God until
death.  Funeral services were held 10;00 a.m. Saturday at the Cave Spring
church with Rev. Robbin Harrell, Rev. Joe Whitaker officiating.  Interment in
the church cemetery.  Coffey Stubblefield Funeral Home in charge.

JOHNSON, WINNIE - March 17, 1949

Johnson, Winnie, age 24, died at her home near Tazewell, March 6, 1949.
Survivors, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Johnson, Tazewell; sisters, Mrs.
Sewell Upton, Miss Billie Johnson, Miss Mildred Johnson, half sister, Ruth
Johnson, brothers, Smith and Edward Johnson, half brother, Clyde Massingill,
grand father, S.J. Brooks.....
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QRYTEXT: THE TALBOTTON NEW ERA, Talbot Co., Ga. Tuesday, February 4, 1890

Mrs. Beeland (Sarah Whitehead Beeland) died at the home of her daughter,
near Ft. Valley, last Friday. Her remains were brought up on the early train
Saturday morning, and interred at the family burying ground, near the home
of Mrs. Wiggins, four miles from town. Mrs. Beeland was in her
eighty-seventh year, and has been a member of the Primitive Baptist Church
for more than fifty years..

Colfax Chronicles Dec 30, 1962

Wesley G. Baum Of Pollock Dies

Wesley Goldberg Baum,  77, of Pollock, died of a stroke Friday, Nov. 2 at
9:15 a.m. at an Alexandria hospital. The Rev. Harold Brown officiated at the
funeral services which were held Sunday from the Clear Creek Methodist Church
at 2 p. m. Burial was in the Clear Creek Cemetery.

Pallbearers were Larry Robertson, Marvin Baum, Jarrell Perry, Bruce Perry,
Roy Perry and Lamar Hatfield.

Baum was born in Pollock on Oct. 25, 1885 and was a life-long resident of
Grant Parish.  He married the former Nancy Collins, who  survives him, in
1910 and was a retired farmer.

Other survivors include: four sons, Harvey, Alvin and Aaron Baum, all of
Po1lock, and Charles Baum of Winnfield; three, daughters, Mrs. George L.
Perry, Mrs. Ethel Hatfield  and Miss Bernice Baum, all of Pollock; one
brother, Charles Baum of Pineville; four sisters, Mrs. Alice Pettway of
Pineville, Mrs. Altha Nugent and Mrs. Bertie Leckie, both of Pollock, and
Mrs. Mae Lee of Eureka, Calif. ; 16 grandchildren and two great

From The Knoxville News Sentinel 20 Aug 1999

CAGLE, PAUL MONROE - age 73, Oak Ridge, died Wednesday, August 18, 1999 at
the Methodist Medical Center. A member of the BPOE #1684, the Oak Ridge Boat
Club, and the Touring Eagles Motorcycle Club. Retired from Lockheed Martin at
the Y-12 facility. Survivors include: wife, Myrna Sue Golden Cagle, Oak
Ridge; son Charles Cagle, Tampa, FL; mother, Maggie Key, Powell;
step-children, Lisa Pennell and husband David, Craig Freeman and Lori Damen
all of Oak Ridge; brothers, Leon Cagle and wife Emily of Knoxville, Eugene
Key and wife Cathy of Summerville, SC; sister, Patricia Bishop and husband
Lee, Powell; 4 step-grandchildren; several nieces and nephews. Graveside
service will be held today (Friday, August 20, 1999), 11 a.m. at Oak Ridge
Memorial Park with full military honors. Weatherford Mortuary, Oak Ridge in
charge of arrangements.

MAY, JOHN ALEXANDER, JR. - age 81, of Oak Ridge died Wednesday, August 18,
1999 at the NHC Health Care Center. Mr. May was born September 5, 1917 in
Jefferson City, TN to parents John Alexander May Sr. and Nora Quarles May.
Mr. May's great grandfather was Jonathan Quarles who was one of the founders
of the founders of Carson Newman College in Jefferson City. He graduated from
Morristown High School in 1938. While a student there, Mr. May set two state
track records in one day in the Quarter Mile and Mile Relay . Mr. May
attended the University of TN and worked at TVA and the TM Strider Co. before
enlisting in the US Army during WWII. Mr. May served from September 14, 1942
until March 2, 1945 attaining the rank of Staff Sergeant. Upon his discharge
he and his wife Willie Kate Miller May settled in Oak Ridge. They were the
founders and owners of the Credit Bureau, Inc. Mrs. May died December 28,
1996. Mr. May retired from Union Carbide CorporationK-25, where he worked as
a Chemical Operator from 1945 to 1982. Mr. May was a member of the First
Baptist Church and the BPOE #1684, where he was a Permanent Benefactor of
Elkes National Fund for Scholarship. Mr. May was also very active in the
Democratic Party, and was a supporter of the Anderson County Democratic
Women's Club. Mr. May's hobbies include: fishing, hunting, wood working,
gardening, and antique car activities with his son. His family said his
greatest interest was that of helping his children. In addition to his wife
and parents, Mr. May was preceded in death by 3 brothers, Lloyd May, Jim May,
and Paul May; and by 3 sisters, Hazel May Hickey, Peggy Bridges, and Mary
Little. He is survived by: son, John David May and wife Linda Flynn May of
Marietta, GA; daughter, Kathy Lee May Edwards and husband Mike of Oak Ridge;
sisters, Doris Hale and husband Don of Halls, Helen Cummins of Houston,
Texas; 3 grandchildren, John Christopher May of Pittsburgh, PA, Michael David
May of Marietta, GA, Katherine "Katie" Lucille Edwards of Oak Ridge; local
relatives, sister-in-law, Billie Miller of Oak Ridge; and several nieces,
nephews, and members of the Miller family and Cocke family. Funeral services
Saturday August 21, 1999 at 11 a.m. at the First Baptist Church with Dr.
Larry Dipboye officiating. Burial will follow at Oak Ridge Memorial Park. The
family will receive friends on Friday August 20, 1999 from 7-9 p.m. at
Weatherford Mortuary.

Colfax Chronicles Dec 30, 1962

W. M. Lasyone Dies On Nov. 21

William M. Lasyone, 76 year old Pollock farrner, died Tuesday, Nov. 21 at
I0:30 a. m. in an Alexandria hospital. FuneraI services were held Thursday,
Nov. 23 at I0 a. m. from the Simms Pilgrim Holiness Church with the Rev S. V.
Reprogle, Howard Clark and Branch  Jeane officiating. Burial was in the Dfy
Prong Cemetery.

Pallbearers were Charles HoIlingsworth, Kenneth Hollingsworth, Ronnie Lowe,
Allen Crawford, Levell Mercer and W.E. Mercer.

The deceased was married to the former Jenny Duncan, who survives him. He was
a rnember of the Simms Pilgrim Holliness Church.

Other survivors include-. one son, Hansford Lasyone; five daughters, Mrs.
Layton Campbell, Mrs. Harry Mercer,  Mrs. A. B. Crawford, all of Pollock,
Mrs. Benny Love of Welch and Mrs. George Carr of Jonesboro, Ark. four
brothers, Louis Lasyone of
Baton Rouge, Jewel Lasyone and M. C. Lasyone of  Dodson and Arthur Lasyone of
West Monroe; one sister, Mrs. Louise Henderson of West Monroe; 19
grandchildren and two great grandchildren.

From them LaFollette Press 19 Aug 1999

GRACIE EVELYN HAUN MCNEW, 89, of Cumberland Gap, died August 9 at Middlesboro
Appalachian Hospital.
She was preceded in death by husband, Horace McNew; daughter, Ima Jean McNew;
son, Louis McNew; mother, Ellen Haun McCreary; sister, Clara Carroll.
Survivors include daughters, Lucille McNew, Jeanette Maddox, and Nela McNew,
all of Cumberland Gap; sons, Thomas Elwood McNew of Monroe, Michigan and
James Edward McNew of Franklin, Tennessee; sister, Violet Bean of Tazewell;
brother, John F. McCreary of Tazewell; five grandchildren; and two
Funeral services were held Thursday, August 12 at Coffey Funeral Home in
Harrogate with Rev. Ken Cole and Rev. Don Bannister officiating. Interment
followed in McNew Cemetery.

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