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|Ricardo Emanuel Knox, Sr. - October 15, 2014|
Ricardo was from Graysville and lived in Spring City, Tennessee for eleven years. He played a role in Civil War reenactments and enjoyed to camp. He is preceded in death by his father, James William Knox and mother, Magdalene Cardon Maynard. He is survived by his daughter, Regina Tucker and Joshua Myles of Spring City, Tennessee; son, Ricardo Emanuel Knox Jr. and Chelsey Brown of Evensville, Tennessee; grandchildren, Sefera Knox of Spring City,...
|Donald "Donnie" Travis - October 13, 2014|
Donald Lynn Travis was born October 18, 1947 in Dayton, Tennessee, the son of Harold Donald and Margaret Ann (DeFord) Travis. Donnie graduated from Rhea Central High School and McKenzie Business College. He served in the US Army from July 3, 1967 until February 15, 1970 as SP5 Eight Army NDSM SPS M-14 AFEM in Korea and received a sharpe shooter medal. He was a member of Brady-Williams American Legion Post 100 and a member of St. Bridget Catholic...
|Toshiko Smith - October 11, 2014|
Toshiko moved from Osaka, Japan in 1963 and moved to the United States. She used to work in the cafeteria of MacDill Air Force Base and enjoyed playing bingo. She is preceded in death by her parents, Eneae and Myoko Kusuva, and her husband Roy L. Smith.
|Olen Kenneth Wright, Sr. - October 11, 2014|
Olen was a resident of Sale Creek, Tennessee for sixty-one years. He was a member of the Mt. Vernon Baptist Church in Sale Creek, Tennessee and also retired from Aztec as a maintenance man. He is preceded in death by his parents, Herman and Clara Brown Wright; brothers, Esthel , Noah and Houston Wright; and sister Louise Adams. He is survived by his wife, Patricia Wright; daughter, Lisa (Billy) Franklin; son, Kenny (Jennifer) Wright;...
|EVADNA LANIER ROBERSON - October 8, 2014|
EVADNA WAS A LIFELONG RESIDENT OF RHEA CO., AND WAS WELL KNOWN AS BANTY. SHE FED NEIGHBORS OR ANYONE IN NEED, AND WORKED PART-TIME AT THE COURTYARD ASSISTED LIVING, AND WAS AN ENVIROMENTAL SERVICES SUPERVISOR AT RHEA MEDICAL CENTER FOR MANY YEARS. SHE SPENT MOST OF HER LIFE TAKING CARE OF HER FAMILY, AND WAS A MEMBER OF MT. OLIVE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH IN DAYTON. SHE WAS PRECEDED BY HER HUSBAND CLAYTON ROBERSON, PARENTS JUNE AND HENRIETTA...
|Chester Lee Godsey, Sr. - October 5, 2014|
Chester was a lifetime resident of Dayton, Tennessee. He loved to go fishing, hunting, do wood working and spend time with his grandkids. He is preceded in death by his parents Harlem Willie and Margie Hinch Godsey; and brother, Wayne Godsey. He is survived by his wife, Brenda Godsey; daughters, Jennifer (James) Waller, Christy (Ben) Pugh, and Stacy (Charles) Cox; son, Chester Godsey Jr.; sisters, Charlotte Jones and Glen Keltch, Aline Godsey,...
|James Joseph Kearney - October 4, 2014|
James was a longtime resident of Rhea County and a member of the V.F.W. Post 4848 the D.A.V. He was also a veteran of World War two in the U.S. Navy and an electrician for the local 98 union. He is preceded in death by his wife, Margaret Kearney, and Mary Davis. His survivors include two daughters, Barbara McCabe of N.E. Pennsylvania, Kathleen Forester of Spring City, TN; two sons, James Kearney of Chester, Pennsylvania and Micheal Kearney of...
|SUSAN NEGRON RIVERA - October 4, 2014|
SUSAN WAS A LONGTIME RESIDENT OF RHEA COUNTY, ATTENDED THE NEW UNION BAPTIST CHURCH IN DAYTON.WAS EMPLOYEED IN THE STEEL ROOM AT SURBURBAN FOR 20 YEARS, LOVED WALKING, NATURE, AND ENJOYED LIFE. SHE WAS PRECEDED IN DEATH BY HER FATHER, ALOYSIUS CAIN. SURVIVING ARE HER MOTHER, MARJORIE CAIN OF WORCHESTER, NEW YORK. TWO SONS, VICTOR ALOYSIUS AND GEORGE NEGRON BOTH OF DAYTON. SIX GRANDCHILDREN, CARRINGTON, ASHLEY, HALIE,, TROY, TREVOR, KEGAN NEGRON.
|BILLIE CLARKE JORDAN - October 2, 2014|
BILLIE WAS A LIFELONG RESIDENT OF RHEA COUNTY. SHE OWNED AND OPERATED BILLIES DAY CARE FOR MANY YEARS, AND WAS ALSO EMPLOYED BY THE RHEA MEDICAL CENTER FOR 23 YEARS AS A DIRECTOR OF DIETICIANS. SHE WAS A MEMBER OF THE ST CLAIR BAPTIST CHURCH IN SPRING CITY.SHE WAS PRECEDED IN DEATH BY HER PARENTS, CARL AND WHILMA HOBACK MCCLURE. THREE SISTERS, JOLENE SMITH, JEANETTE BURNETTE, ELOISE PORTER. SURVIVING ARE HER HUSBAND. REV. DAVID JORDAN OF SPRING...
|JAMES CLYDE RODDY SR. - October 1, 2014|
JAMES WAS A LONGTIME RESIDENT OF RHEA COUNTY, AND WAS OF THE METHODIST FAITH. HE WAS A VETERAN OF WORLD WAR II SERVING IN THE U.S. ARMY. JAMES SURVIVED THE BATTLE OF THE BULGE, AND WAS IN THE 752ND ARTILLERY UNIT IN THE ARMY. HE WAS A FORMER MERCHANT IN DALTON, GEORGIA WHERE HE MANAGED THE FIVE AND TEN CENT STORE FOR SEVERAL YEARS. HE WAS PRECEDED IN DEATH BY HIS WIFE OF 65 YEARS DOVE M. RODDY. HIS PARENTS, LON A. AND ERNIE BROWN RODDY. TWO...
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