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HENRY SHADOWENS
Funeral services for Henry Shadowens, 85, of Crossville, who passed away April 26, 1997, were held April 29 from the chapel of Bilbrey Funeral Home, with burial in Jones Cemetery.
He was born Oct. 16, 1911 in Muhlenberg County, Ky., the son of Henry Thomas Shadowens and Pearl Latham Shadowens.
Mr. Shadowens was a foreman at McCall's Printing Company and a racehorse trainer. He was a member of Homestead Methodist Church and served in the Merchant Marines.
Survivors include his wife, Beryle Ruby Shadowens of Crossville; son, Larry Thomas Shadowens of Kettering, Ohio; daughter-in-law, Janet L. Shadowens of Kettering, Ohio; grandson, Mark Shadowens Sr. of Dayton, Ohio; granddaughter Beth Shadowens of Dayton, Ohio; great-grandson Mark Shadowens Jr. of Dayton, Ohio; brother, Ray Shadowens of Houston, Texas and sisters Mae Myers of Dayton, Ohio and Zella Dembath of Tampa, Fla.
He was preceded in death by brothers Roland, Richard and Robert Shadowens and sister, Omar Woods. Pallbearers were Johnny York, Bruce Wheaton, Roger York, Boyd Wheaton, Mike Jones and Ralph Thieman.
Brother Wayne Rutherford officiated, with Bilbrey Funeral Home in charge of the arrangements. 

ROBERT ATHERN BENJAMIN
A memorial service for Robert Athern Benjamin, 80, of Fairfield Glade, who passed away April 21, 1997 in Cumberland Medical Center, was held April 26 from Burris Funeral Home.
He was born March 14, 1917 in Nunica, Mich., the son of Hart Benjamin and Lillian Dwight Benjamin. Mr. Benjamin was a high school teacher.
Survivors include his wife Alma Benjamin; daughters Ann Thomas of Duran, Mich., and Phyllis Heinrich of Ann Arba, Mich; son Lawrence Benjamin of Knoxville; sister, Evelyn Levalley of Santa Barbara, Calif.; brother, John Benjamin of Westboro, Mass.; and five grandchildren and one great-grandchild.
Burris Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements. 

HOBERT WARREN PAYNE
Funeral services for Hobert Warren Payne, 56, who passed away unexpectedly May 5, 1997, were held May 8 from Bilbrey Funeral Home, with burial in Woody Cemetery.
He was born March 27, 1941 in Iroquois, W.Va., the son of Hobert Lee and Linnie Belle (Emery) Payne. Mr. Payne was a construction worker.
Survivors include his wife, Fredia Fay Pauline (Truitt) Payne; sons Fred and John Payne, both of Linden, Tenn., and Joe Lee Payne of Anchorage, Alaska; daughter, Tina Marie (Payne) Truitt; granddaughter, Isabelle Payne; grandson, Blake Payne; mother, Linnie Belle (Emery) Payne; brothers and sisters-in-law Harold and Ella Payne and Woody and Nellerine Payne; sisters and brothers-in-law Louise (Payne) Childress and Bill Childress, and Sandra (Payne) Millett and Randell Millett; and numerous nieces and nephews.
Pallbearers were Fred Payne, John Payne, Joe Payne, Woody Payne, Harold Payne, Greg Childress and Gene Lewis.
Honorary pallbearers were Joe Ransdell and Dusty Freyer.
Bishop Harvey Moore of Linden and the Rev. Gary Emery officiated, with music performed by Louise Childress.
Bilbrey Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements. 

ALICE JOHNSON SLOAN HARRISON
A remembrance service for Alice Johnson Sloan Harrison, who passed away May 5, 1997 at Cumberland Medical Center, will be held Friday, May 9 at 11:30 a.m. at First Congregational Church in Crossville. 
Persons wishing to attend this service are asked to contact Betty Rugh. Graveside services for Mrs. Harrison were held May 8 in Allardt, Tenn.
She was born July 22, 1903 in Forbus, Tenn., the oldest of five children born to W.M. and Rebecca Jones Guthrie Johnson. 
Mrs. Harrison married Dr. John Peery Sloan of Jamestown on Oct. 10, 1925. In 1929 she graduated from Maryville College in Maryville, Tenn., and began teaching English at York Agricultural Institute in Jamestown.
Dr. Sloan died in 1957 and in 1959 she moved back to Maryville. She was librarian at Maryville College until 1961.
In 1961, she married Cosby Harrison and moved to Cumberland County, where she lived until her death. Several of her students have remained in touch throughout the years and she always enjoyed seeing them succeed. Her life was an example and inspiration to all who knew her.
Survivors include her brother, Willard M. Johnson, of Houston, Texas; son, John Peery Sloan Jr., of Houston, Texas; 10 grandchildren and 14 gradchildren.
She is preceded in death by her husband, Cosby Harrison; her youngest son, Jere Johnson Sloan; and daughter-in-law, Joyce Dalton Sloan.
Bilbrey Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. 

JAMES FRANKLIN CUNNINGHAM
Funeral services for James Franklin Cunningham, 67, of Sparta, who passed away May 1, 1997, were held May 3 from Smiths Chapel Church with burial in Smiths Chapel Cemetery.
He was born April 3, 1930 in Bon Air, Tenn., the son of James M. Cunningham and Verna Snodgrass Cunningham.
Mr. Cunningham was a retired job setter.
Survivors include his wife, Dolores Harris Cunningham of Sparta; mother, Verna Lue Cunningham of Pleasant Hill; daughters, Debrah Bennett of Browntown, Ada Cunningham of Springfield, Ohio, and Brenda Rafferty of DeRossett, Tenn.; sons, James David Cunningham of DeRossett, Tenn., and Bruce Cunningham of Springfield, Ohio; foster daughters, Donna Powell of Sparta and Cheryl Jent of Springfield, Ohio; sister, Anna Ruth Hodge of Bon Air; brother, John David Cunningham of Pleasant Hill; 14 grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by his father, James M. Cunningham and grandson, Bryon.
Pallbearers were Jim Cunninghham, Bruce W. Cunningham, David Rafferty, Lil' Michael, Joel Bryant, Brad Heyns, Stanley Selby and Bobbie Bennett.
Honorary pallbearers were Matt Cunningham, Brian Powell, Shawn Cunningham and Allen Lee. 

PRISCILLA STAMPS
Funeral services for Priscilla Stamps, 58, of Monterey, who passed away May 3, 1997, were held at 2 p.m. May 5 from the Monterey United Methodist Church, with burial in the Whittaker Cemetery.
She was bron Oct. 22, 1938 in Monterey, the daughter of A. Dorsey and Hallie Mae Walker Bright. Mrs. Stamps was a member of the Monterey United Methodist Church, the Monterey Garden Club and the Cookeville Rose Society.
Survivors include her husband, Morris Stamps of Monterey; daughters and sons-n-law, Pam and Steve Kautz of Oak Ridge and Jane and Gordon Reed of Springfield, Tenn; grandchildren, Chelsea and Steven Kautz and Hunter and Noah Reed; sisters Gaynelle Turner and Daurine Edwards, both of Beaver Creek, Ohio and Mary Blair of Dayton, Ohio; and brothers Paul Bright and Robert Bright, both of Beaver Creek, Ohio, Bill Bright of Fairfield Glade, James Bright of Bradenton, Fla., and A.D. Bright and George Bright, both of Monterey.
She was preceded in death by sisters, Rebeca Bright and Sarah Muncy and brother, Edwin Bright.
Her nephews will serve as pallbearers, with the Revs. H. Edwin Moore and Dickie Hinton officiating. Goff Funeral Home of Monterey was in charge of the arrangements. 

SAMUEL WOODY
Funeral services for Samuel Woody, 46, of Crossville, who passed away April 14, 1997, were conducted April 17 from the chapel of Bilbrey Funeral Home, with burial in the Woody Cemetery.
He was born Jan. 27, 1951 in Cumberland County, the son of Robert Ellison Woody and Vella Irene Neal Woody.
Mr. Woody was a welder for Manchester Tank.
Survivors include his wife, Collette Woody; son, Robert David Woody of Toledo, Ohio; father, Robert E. Woody and special friend Edna Warner, both of Crossville; sisters and brothers-in-law, Carolyn and David Conner of Clarkrange and Marilyn and Roscoe Freeman of Crossville; grandmother, Carrie Woody; and nephew, Joey Freeman of Crossville.
He was preceded in death by his mother, Vella Woody, and grandparents Sam and Lenora Neal. Pallbearers were Steve Woody, Jimmy Bowman, Jerry Bowman, Edgar Cox, Jackie Cox, Troy Sisco, Larry Sisco, Steve Sisco, Randy Wilson, Gary Wilson, Joey Freeman and Bob Haupricht. The Rev. Rodney Rector officiated.
Bilbrey Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements. 

STEPHEN JOHN GRAHAM JR.
Funeral services for Stephen John Graham Jr., 20, of Crossville, who passed away May 2, 1997 at Vanderbilt University Medical Center, were held May 5 at the Faith Baptist Church, with burial in the Crossville City Cemetery.
He was born May 23, 1976 in Houlton, Maine, the son of Stephen John Graham Sr. and Deborah Jane Hoyt Graham.
Mr. Graham's occupation was lawn care. He was a member of Faith Baptist Church.
Survivors include his mother and step-father, Deborah and Hazen Hall of Crossville; father, Stephen John Graham Sr. of Houlton, Maine; half-sisters Angela Bickford of Houlton, Maine and Jennifer Hall of Crossville; grandmothers Arvella Bickford and Alice Vantasel, both of Houlton, Maine; and grandfather Frank Hoyt of Houlton, Maine.
Pallbearers were Alonzo Bullock, Marvin Deck, Jerry Woody, Terry Smith, Gary Woody, Johnny Woody, J.J. Bowman and Benny Pryor.
The Rev. David Tilley officiated, with special music by Charlie Rodgers and Diana Ledbetter. Bilbrey Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements. 

EDITH KIRKLIN
Funeral services for Edith Marie Kirklin, 83, of Crossville, who passed away May 3, 1997 in Oak Ridge Methodist Medical Center, were held May 5 from the chapel of Bilbrey Funeral Home with burial in Haley's Grove Cemetery.
She was born Dec. 22, 1913 in Fentress County, Tenn., the daughter of William and Sara Norris Pennycuff. Mrs. Kirklin was a homemaker and a member of the Crab Orchard Church of God of Prophecy.
Survivors include her husband, Laborn Kirklin of Crossville; daughters Wanda Hudgins, Debbie Dalton and Helen Davis, all of Crossville; sons David Kirkland of Rockwood and R.L., Bobby, Melvin, Jody and Jerry Kirkland, all of Crossville; 27 grandchildren; and 21 great-grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by children, Herbert, Clifford, Roy Lee, Earnest, J.D., James, Waymond, Edward and Thelma Mae; and sisters Avo Edwards, Vada Mullinax, Audrey Easterly, Nina Ammonnette, Delphia Norris and Ora Smith.
Pallbearers were Mark, Matthew, Alan, Jeff, Jason, Lynn and Scot Kirkland. The Revs. Russell Honeycutt and Mike Garrett officiated, with special music by Helen and Glen Davenport and Naomi Hicks.
Bilbrey Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements. 

REBA RUSSELL PICKETT
Funeral services for Reba Russell Pickett, 68, of Hermitage, Tenn., who passed away April 30, 1997, were held May 3 from the chapel of Bilbrey Funeral Home, with burial in Green Acres Memory Gardens.
She was born Aug. 5, 1928 in Claiborne County, Tenn., the daughter of Isaac Newton Russell and Hattie Florence Keller Russell.
Mrs. Pickett was a school teacher and a member of Mt. Zion Freewill Baptist Church. 
Survivors include her husband, Charles I. Pickett of Hermitage; son, Charles Michael Pickett of Hermitage; daughters, Diane P. Gardin and Bonnie Caroline Gordon of Brevard, N.C., Vicky P. Smith and Laura Renee Pickett, both of Hermitage; grandchildren
Amanda, Dana, Victoria, Ashley, Daren and Jeffery; and sisters, Theo Hammonds of Arlington, Texas and Edith Pickett of Crossville.
Pallbearers were Larry Evans, Bruck Deck, Jerry Norrod, Max Norrod, Tommy Norrod and Donny McNeal. The Rev. Paul Taylor officiated, with Bilbrey Funeral Home in charge of the arrangements. 

MAURICE CLINTON TUCKER
Maurice Clinton Tucker passed away at the home of his daughter and son-in-law in Brunswick Hills, Ohio, on April 30, 1997, following a brief battle with cancer.
He was born on March 6, 1932 in Cumberland County, the son of Simon Clinton and Effie B. Cooley Tucker. He retired from the Ford Motor Company in 1994 after 35 years of service. He was a member of the Litchfield, Ohio, Masonic Lodge #381. He served in the U.S. Navy during the Korean War.
Mr. Tucker is survived by his son and daughter-in-law, Ron and Cynthia Tucker of Creston, Ohio; daughter and son-in-law, Debra and Wayne Wolfe of Brunswick Hills, Ohio; daughter Gale Pearson of Medina, Ohio; granddaughters Ashleigh, Abigail and Emily, who he adored; mother, Effie B. Tucker of Toddtown, Tenn., brothers Elbert Tucker of Elyria, Ohio, Simon Tucker of North Palm Beach, Fla., Rodney Tucker of DeRossett, Tenn., and Wendell Tucker of Toddtown, Tenn.; and sisters Elizabeth Clemens of Memphis, Tenn., Loyce Tucker of Detroit, Mich., Barbara Bryant of Dyer, Ind., and Vicki Chamberlain of Toddtown, Tenn.
Services for Mr. Tucker were held Saturday, May 3 at 3 p.m. in the chapel of Bilbrey Funeral Home. Burial followed in the Thomas Springs Cemetery.
He was a beloved son, brother, father and grandfather and will be sorrily missed. Bilbrey Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements. 

WILBERT WYATT
Funeral services for Wilbert Wyatt, 86, of Crossville, who passed away April 29, 1997 in Cumberland Medical Center, were held May 1 from the chapel of Bilbrey Funeral Home, with burial in Woody Cemetery. He was born May 20, 1910 in Cumberland County, the son of Jacob and Mary Rector Wyatt.
Mr. Wyatt was an employee of the State Highway Department, and of the Baptist faith.
Survivors include his wife, Mary Wyatt of Crossville; sons and daughters-in-law Hoy and Carlee Wyatt of Gatlinburg, Tenn., Dolan and Shelia Wyatt of Toledo, Ohio and Rama and Marsha Wyatt of Crossville; daughter and son-in-law, Gladys and Norbert Whittenburg of Crossville; five grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.
Pallbearers were his grandchildren.
The Revs. Jerome McCoy and Eddie Wyatt officiated, with special music by R.T. Padgett. Bilbrey Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements. 

ROBERT ATHERN BENJAMIN
A memorial service for Robert Athern Benjamin, 80, of Fairfield Glade, who passed away April 21, 1997 in Cumberland Medical Center, was held April 26 from Burris Funeral Home.
He was born March 14, 1917 in Nunica, Mich., the son of Hart Benjamin and Lillian Dwight Benjamin. Mr. Benjamin was a high school teacher.
Survivors include his wife Alma Benjamin; daughters Ann Thomas of Duran, Mich., and Phyllis Heinrich of Ann Arba, Mich; son Lawrence Benjamin of Knoxville; sister, Evelyn Levalley of Santa Barbara, Calif.; brother, John Benjamin of Westboro, Mass.; and 5 grandchildren and 1 great-grandchild.
Burris Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements. 

HERMAN MOSLEY
Funeral services for Herman "Mo" Mosley, 61, of Potato Farm Road, who passed away April 27, 1997, were held April 30 from the Chapel of Bilbrey Funeral Home, with burial in Green Acres Memory Gardens.
He was born February 16, 1936 in Asher, Ky., the son of Bradley and Linda Muncy Mosley. 
Mr. Mosley was a factory worker for General Motors and served with the U.S. Air Force during the Korean conflict.
Survivors include his wife, Carol Jean Mosley of Crossville; son Gary Mosley of Crossville; daughters Kathy Lee and Debbie Williams, both of Crossville; four grandchildren; sisters Loretta Pottenger of Dayton, Ohio and June Alcorn of London, Ky., and brother Arlan Mosley of Dayton.
He was preceded in death by brothers Roger and Otis Mosley.
Pallbearers were Johnnie Mosley, Rusty Turner, Dennis Brock, Junior Maynard, David Ilo, George Hassler and Danny Brock.
Bro. Curt Coldiron officiated, with Bilbrey Funeral Home in charge of the arrangements. 

SAMUEL T. RITCHIE JR.
Funeral services for Samuel T. Ritchie Jr., 82, of Lexington, S.C., who passed away April 26, 1997 at Lexington Medical Center, were held May 1 from Shannon Funeral Home with burial in the Grove Hill Cemetery in Shelbyville, Ky.
He was born Nov. 19, 1914 in Shelbyville, Ky., the son of Samuel T. Ritchie Sr. and Bess Arnold Ritchie. Mr. Ritchie was an accountant at International Harvester, and a attended Midland Christian Church, was a charter member of the Okolona Christian Church, and a member of the First Christian Church in Crossville.
Survivors include his daughter, Barbara Smith of Lexington, S.C.; grandchildren Tad and Lesley Smith of Lexington; brothers Jerome Ritchie of Louisville, Ky., and Donald Ritchie of Indianapolis, Ind.; and sister, Phyllis Kincaid of Louisville, Ky.
He was preceded in death by his father and mother, Samuel T. Ritchie Sr. and Bess Ritchie.
Shannon Funeral Service of Shelbyville, Ky., was in charge of the arrangements. 

ELLA MAE TREES
A memorial service for Ella Mae Trees, 85, of Fairfield Glade, who passed away April 29, 1997, in White County Hospital, will be held May 2 at 10:30 a.m. from Fairfield Glade Community Church.
She was born Aug. 6, 1911 in Mora, Minn., and was a homemaker.
Survivors include her husband, Jack Trees of Fairfield Glade; daughter Merry McMahon of Columbus, Ohio; foster daughters Beverly Keniber of Columbus, and Trudy Degroot of Carmel, Calif.; sons Jack Pine Trees of Riverdale, Calif., and Douglas Trees of Boston, Mass.; five grandchildren; and one great-grandchild. The Rev. Dale Marshall will officiate.
Burris Funeral Home is in charge of the arrangements. 

RUSSELL JAMES MOSER
Funeral services for Russel James Moser, 90, formerly of Plymouth, Ohio, who died April 26, 1997, in Crestwood Care Center after an extended illness, were held April 29 at Turner Funeral Home in Shelby, Ohio, with burial in Mount Hope Cemetery in Shiloh, Ohio.
He was the grandfather of Crossville Chronicle Editor Mike Moser.
He was born Dec. 26, 1906, in Shiloh to Martin and Leona Hunter Moser. He was a former employee of Ohio Bell Company, Gustav-Hirsch Company in Columbus and retired as superintendent of utilities department for the Village of Plymouth. 
He was a member of the Shiloh United Methodist Church and a life long member of I.B.E.W. Local No. 688 in Mansfield, Ohio. He was a 1924 graduate of Shiloh High School.
He is survived by two sons and daughters-in-law, Darrel and Shirley Moser of Marietta, Ga., and Roger and Pat Moser of Jasper, Ala.; eight grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren; two great-great-grandchildren; and sisters-in-law, Lois Moser and Miriam Moser, both of Shelby.
Mr. Moser was preceded in death by his wife, Lydia Coleman Moser on Dec. 10, 1992; by a daughter, Geraldine Moser Strong in 1985; by three brothers, Stanley, Vernon and Robert Moser, and by a sister, Thelma.
Pastor Rev. Linda Heinlen officiated and Turner Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements. 

DELLA JENEAN LAMBERT DAVIDSON
Funeral services for Della Jenean Lambert Davidson, who passed away April 28, 1997 at Spalding Regional Hospital in Griffin, Ga., was held at Moody Funeral Home in Zebulon, Ga., with burial scheduled for May 1 at 11 a.m. in Green Acres Memorial Gardens, Crossville.
Mrs. Davidson was a member of Griffin's First Assembly Church.
Survivors include her daughters, Diane Davidson and Angie Ogletree; sons Randy and Randall Davidson; eight grandchildren; her mother, Estelle Lambert of Crossville; sisters Bobbie Bone of Wetherford, Texas, and Lou Anna Dalton of Blue Ridge, Ga.
She was preceded in death by her brother, Jesse Wayne Lambert and father, Jessie Claude Lambert. 

DOROTHY FLOYDEAN DECK
Funeral services for Dorothy Floydean Deck, 59, of the Browntown community, who passed away April 25, 1997, were held on April 28 from the chapel of Bilbrey Funeral Home, with burial in Browntown Cemetery. She was born in Browntown on March 13, 1938, the daughter of Freddie Roy and Josie Steelmon Brown. Mrs. Deck was a member of Brown's Chapel Church of God since 1971.
Survivors include her husband of forty years, Orville Deck of Browntown; son and daughter-in-law, Randy and Dwana Deck of Browntown; daughters and sons-in-law, Tammy and Billy Williams and Patty and Nick Davis, all of Browntown; grandchildren, Heath and Hannah Deck, Amy and Lori Williams, Michael Hickey, Cassandra and Darel Davis; brother, Hubert Brown of Kansas City, Kan.; sister, Julia Myers of Browntown; and many nieces, nephews and friends.
She was preceded in death by her parents; son James Stephen Deck; granddaughter, Traci Davis; brothers, Woodrow, Wilson, Mitchell, Benton, Roy, Jack and George Brown; and sister Cora Lee Anderson. Pallbearers were Charlie Brown, Tony Brown, Allen Hensley, James Davis, Nelson Hayes and Kenneth Campbell.
The Revs. Larry Potter of Brown's Chapel and Michael Farr of Chattanooga officiated, with music by the 2nd Edition Singers.
Bilbrey Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements. 

ALTON ANDREW LOWE
Funeral services for Alton Andrew Tunny Lowe, 70, of Crossville who passed away April 26, 1997 in Cumberland Medical Center, were held April 28 from the chapel of Crossville Memorial Funeral Home with burial in Pomona Cemetery.
He was born April 12, 1927 in Crossville, the son of George and Ethel Kerley Lowe. Mr. Lowe was a businessman.
Survivors include sons and daughters-in-law, Greg and Lisa Lowe, and Rodney and Jan Lowe all of Crossville; daughters and sons-in-law Reva and Jack Reed, Lori and Steve Powell, and Saundra and Clarence Forrest, all of Crossville; and six grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by his wife, Merita Elmore Lowe, father, George Lowe and mother, Ethel Kerley. Pallbearers were Charles Kerley, Wendell Kerley, Jack Livesay, Bobby Davis, Paul Whittenburg, Hall Sells and Robbie Maynard.
The Rev. Bobby Bowen officiated, with Crossville Memorial Funeral Home in charge of the arrangements. 

BUD KEYES
Graveside services for Bud Keyes, 72, of Crossville who passed away April 25, 1997 in Cumberland Medical Center, were held April 26 from the Creston Cemetery.
He was born July 11, 1924 in Crossville, the son of Francis Baisley and Calvin Keyes. Mr. Keyes was a farmer, and a veteran of World War II.
Survivors include his wife, Elsie Keyes of Crossville; son and daughter-in-law, David and Mary Keyes of Crossville; brothers Elmer Keyes of Michigan and Beecher Keyes of Ohio.
He was preceded in death by his father, Calvin Keyes; mother, Francis Keyes; and brother, Walter Keyes. Crossville Memorial Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements. 

ARTHUR CHALFONT LONGSWORTH
A funeral Mass for Arthur Chalfont Longsworth, 76, of Crossville, who passed away April 17, 1997, was held April 19 from St. Alphonsus Catholic Church.
He was born Aug. 23, 1920 in Fort Wayne, Ind., the son of Elmer and Lillian Longsworth. Mr. Longsworth was a transportation manager and a member of Knights of Columbus. He was a veteran of World War II.
Survivors include his wife, Charlotte Webb Longsworth of Crossville; daughters Sylvia Ann Longsworth of Fort Wayne, Ind., Carolann Roberts of Chattanooga, Linda K. Working of Mt. Juliet, Pattye Appleton of Franklin, Janet Chaffin of Crossville, and Vicky Czerkis of Lebanon; sons Butch Webb of Crossville, Steve Longsworth of Indianapolis, Ind., and Phillip Longsworth of Auburn, Ill; 20 granchildren; and 11 great-grandchildren.
Father Michael Roark celebrated the Mass, with Burris Funeral Home in charge of the arrangements. 

EULAS PAUL REYNOLDS
Funeral services for Eulas Paul Reynolds, 54, of Crossville, who passed away April 28, 1997 at Cumberland Medical Center, were held April 29 from the chapel of Cox-Martin Funeral Home in Lake City, Tenn., with burial in the Red Hill Cemetery.
He was born June 12, 1942 in Anderson County, the son of Virgil and Wilma Reynolds. Mr. Reynolds worked with paint and bodywork, and was of the Baptist faith.
Survivors include his wife, Carol Reynolds of Crossville; daughters Cindy Norris and Becky Reynolds of Crossville; sons Eli and Doug Reynolds, both of Crossville; brothers Jerry Reynolds of Lake City, Don Reynolds of San Antonio, Texas, and Billy Reynolds of Temple, Texas; sisters Connie Wallace and Delores Scott, both of Lake City; and granddaughters Natasha Lykins, Annie Norris, Kimberly Reynolds and Brittany Edwards.
He was preceded in death by his father, Virgil Reynolds; mother Wilma Reynolds; and brother Luke Reynolds.
The Rev. Houston Carroll officiated, with Cox-Martin Funeral Home of Lake City in charge of the arrangements. 

HOLLIS SMITH
Funeral services for Hollis Hob Smith, 70, of Crossville, who passed away April 21, 1997 in Cumberland Medical Center, were held April 23, from the chapel of Crossville Memorial Funeral Home.
He was born Dec. 13, 1926 in Wilder, Tenn., the son of Addie Miller Smith and Harlan Smith. On June 5, 1948, he married Lanora Wilbanks Smith.
He was a farmer and a worker at the Y-12 Nuclear Plant in Oak Ridge. He served in the U.S. Army, and was a veteran of World War II.
Survivors include his wife, Lanora Wilbanks Smith; daughters Judy Parks of Knoxville, Donna Hall, Kathy Tollett and Barbara Spriggs, all of Crossville; son Jeff Smith of Crossville, and brother Ray Smith of Crossville.
He was preceded in death by his father, Harlan Smith; mother, Addie Miller Smith; brothers L.B. and Shorty Smith; and a sister, Thelma Allred.
Pallbearers were Joe Tollett, Jake Tollett, Brian Hall, Josh Hall, Ryan Spriggs and Kris Parks.
The Rev. Nobel Wright officiated, with Crossville Memorial Funeral Home in charge of the arrangements. 

A. LEE ROTENBERRY JR.
A memorial service for A. Lee Rotenberry Jr., 77, of Cookeville, formerly of Crossville, who passed away March 25, 1997, was held March 29 at the Vultee Church of Christ in Nashville.
Mr. Rotenberry was a graduate of David Lipscomb University, and employed by Genesco, and later Ford Motor Company. He owned E&S Display.
He served in the U. S. Navy during World War II.
Survivors include his wife, Eileen Gore Rotenberry of Cookeville; sons and daughters-in-laws Bill and Mary Lynn Rotenberry of Nashville, and Paul and Kim Rotenberry of Mt. Juliet; daughters and sons-in-laws, Ann and Paul Ghee of Tuba City, Ariz., and Susan and Rick Jackson of Nashville; 10 grandchildren; one great-grandchild; and nephew, Paul R. Rotenberry of Ailene, Texas.
He was preceded in death by a brother, Dr. Paul Wilson Rotenberry.
Honorary pallbearers will be elders and deacons of Jefferson Avenue Church of Christ in Cookeville and elders and deacons of Leeville Church of Christ in Mt. Juliet, where Mr. Rotenberry served as a minister. Glen McDoniel and Paul Ghee officiated.
In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Eastern European Mission, P.O. Box 90755, Houston, TX; or Happy Haven Children's Home, 998 County Farm Road, Cookeville, TN 38501; or Navajo Mission Work, North Heights Church of Christ, 200 Warrior Road, Batesville, AR, or One Nation Under God, Sycamore Chruch of Christ, 1144 Crescent Drive, Cookeivlle, TN 38501. 

JAMES MONROE SMITH
A memorial service for James Monroe Smith, 67, of Fairfield Glade, who passed away April 27, 1997 was held April 30 at 1:30 p.m. at the Fairfield Glade Methodist Church, with burial in the Methodist Church Memorial Garden.
He was born Jan. 6, 1930 in East Brunswick Township, Pa., the son of Roy and Edith Wagner Smith. Mr. Smith was a pharmacist and a member of the Fairfield Glade Methodist Church and numerous church and civic groups, among them being the United Methodist Men's Club, Fairfield Glade Lions Club, the Alahambra Temple Shrine. He was a 32nd degree member of the Pennsylvania Masonic Bodies and a past member of the BPO Elks, the American Legion, and chairman of the Sullivan County, Pa., United Way.
Survivors include his wife, Marilyn S. Lynn Smith of Fairfield Glade; mother and step-father, Edith Smith Stann and Raymond Stann of McKeansburgh, Pa.; sisters Jane Loy of Manassus, Va. and Ruth Ann Klinger of Shamokin, Pa.; brothers Kenneth Smith of Tamaqua, Pa., Donald Smith of McKeansburgh, Pa., Bill Smith of Bringsville, Pa., and Martin Smith of Ganoga Lake, Pa.
The Rev. Wayne Benson officiated, with Burris Funeral Home in charge of the arrangements.
The family suggests rather than flowers, memorials be made to Fairfield Glade Metholdist Church sound system fund. 

CHARLES T. STEWART
A memorial service for Charles T. Stewart, 74, who passed away April 12, 1997, was held April 19 at St. Brigid Catholic Church in Xenia, Ohio, with burial in Calvary Cemetery, Dayton.
He was born October 30, 1922 in Clifty, Tenn. He retired from Duriron after 30 years of service. He was a veteran of World War II, and an avid country music fan.
Survivors include his wife, Shirley; daughters Barbara Stewart of Medway, Ohio and Faye Paris of Sparta; sons Joseph C. Paquette, of Xenia, Ohio, and Daniel Davis of Mantee, Mo.; grandchildren, Chris and Jeri Paquette and Stephanie Walter; brother-in-law Earl Paquette and wife Helen of Beavercreek, Ohio; sisters-in-law Alice Paquette of Dayton, Ohio and Marie Paquette of Xenia, Ohio.
He was preceded in death by several sisters; his first wife, Mary; and second wife, Judy. 
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Hospice or a favorite charity. 

ELIZABETH WILSON
Burial of Elizabeth Wilson, 95, of Pleasant Hill who passed away April 24, 1997, will take place in Arlington National Cemetery in Washington, D.C.
She was born Nov. 1, 1901 in Baltimore, Md., the daughter of Thomas Reeves and Mary Elizabeth VanDyke Woodford.
Mrs Wilson was a teacher and of the Baptist faith.
Survivors include sons William O. Suiter Jr., of Williamsburg, Va., Thomas Suiter of San Diego, Calif., and James W. Suiter of Pleasant Hill; and daughter, Opal Jean Rogers of Silver Point, Tenn.
She was preceded in death by daughter, Carolyn Kasefang and husbands William O. Suiter and Paul A. Wilson.
Bilbrey Funeral Home is in charge of the arrangements.


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