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|GARLAND CLAY STINNETT, JR. - June 26, 2015|
GARLAND WAS A LIFELONG RESIDENT OF RHEA COUNTY, OF THE BAPTIST FAITH. HE LOVED FOOTBALL AND WAS AN AVID FISHERMAN. HE WAS PRECEDED IN DEATH BY HIS PARENTS, GARLAND STINNETT SR. AND NARY PELFREY STINNETT. TWO SISTERS, MILDRED WARD, YVONNE STINNETT. THREE BROTHERS, LEO, ROGER, AND ESTELL LEWIS. A GRANDAUGHTER, JENNIFER BARNES. SURVIVING ARE TWO SONS, DALE (CINDY) STINNETT . RANDY (MISSY) STINNETT , TWO DAUGHTERS, LEISA STINNETT, LORY STINNETT ALL...
|Bernice Louise Nichols - June 21, 2015|
She was a lifelong resident of Rhea County and a member of the Cove Chapel Church of God. She liked being outdoors, walking and crossword puzzles. She raised several children and loved her family. She is preceded in death by her parents, Creed and Katie Dunn; husband, James Nichols; brother, Edward Dunn; daughters, Judy Qualls, Donna Stacks and Rebecca Nichols; son, Gary Nichols; granddaughter, Misty Stacks; great-grandson, Garrett Potter. She...
|NENA CATHERINE (MAPLES) JOLLAY - June 20, 2015|
NENA WENT HOME TO BE WITH HER SAVIOR ON JUNE 20, 2015. , NENA LOVED HER LORD FIRST AND FOREMOST AND SERVED HIM WELL AS A WIFE, MOTHER, GRANDMOTHER, GREAT GRANDMOTHER, TEACHER AND FRIEND. SHE WORSHIPPED AND SERVED FAITHFULLY AT FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, DAYTON, TN. SHE WAS PRECEDED BY HER PARENTS ARTHUR FRANKLIN AND CORNELIA HAMMER MAPLES, HER SIBLINGS RUTH, ELMER, RALPH, LESTER, AND AMY DELL MAPLES.
NENA IS SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND, HERMAN...
|MARGARET M. SHIVE - June 19, 2015|
MARGARET WAS A LONGTIME RESIDENT OF RHEA COUNTY, OF THE BAPTIST FAITH. SHE WAS PRECEDED IN DEATH BY HER PARENTS, THOMAS AND MARGARET JONES SMELTZ. HER HUSBAND, GEORGE SHIVE, THREE CHILDREN, TIMMY AND JIMMY SCHULTZ, JOHN SCHULTZ JR. ONE BROTHER, EDDIE SMELTZ. SURVIVING ARE THREE SONS, ROBERT SCHULTZ, OF SPRING CITY, TN. ALLEN (MARION) SCHULTZ OF DAYTON, JOSEPH (MISTY) SCHULTZ OF PENNSYLVANIA. THREE DAUGHTERS, SUSAN (TOM) GREGORY OF DECATUR,...
|William Edward Doss - June 16, 2015|
He was a lifelong resident of Rhea County and member of Mt. Olive Baptist Church in Dayton. He loved fishing and his grandkids. He was loved by everyone who knew him. He was preceded in death by his mother, Nora Neal Doss; brother, Richard Doss; uncle, Billy Edward Neal; and maternal and paternal grandparents. He is survived by his fiancé, Laura Cosens of Pikeville, Tennessee; father, Eddie Doss of Dayton, Tennessee; daughter, Ashley Nicole...
|Martin Derlak , Jr. - June 15, 2015|
He was a resident of Rhea County since 1977 when he moved from Chicago, Illinois. He was a longtime member of First United Methodist Church of Dayton. Marty worked as a civil engineer at M.K. Ferguson and Rust Engineering in Oak Ridge, Tennesee where he was named "man of the year", supervisor of Rhea Co. Maintenance Dept., loved to work on old cars and trucks, and built "Safety City" in Knoxville, Tennessee. He also loved to spend time with his...
|AGNES CORENIA SMITH - June 11, 2015|
AGNES WAS A LONGTIME RESIDENT OF RHEA CO., AND WAS A RETIRED SCHOOL TEACHER. SHE WAS PRECEDED BY HER PARENTS ROBERT HOYAL AND WILLIE MAE FISHER SMITH. SURVIVORS ARE BROTHER ROBERT (NIKKI) SMITH EVENSVILLE, TN.
|Dorothy Eloise Doss - June 8, 2015|
Dorothy was a lifelong resident of Rhea County and was of the Baptist faith. She received her beautician license at fourteen years old and owned her own beauty shop in Graysville until the age of 69. She loved collecting quilts. She was a great mother, grandmother, aunt and friend that was loved by her family. She is preceded in death by her parents, Charlie and Mollie Everett; husband, William "Bill" O'Brien Doss; sisters, Ruby James, Pauline...
|TRACY LYNN MORRISON - June 4, 2015|
TRACY PASSED AWAY JUNE 4, AFTER A SHORT BATTLE WITH CANCER IN A KNOXVILLE, TN . HOSPITAL.. SHE WAS A LIFETIME RESIDENT OF RHEA COUNTY, AND WAS OF THE METHODIST FAITH. SHE WAS PRECEDED IN DEATH BY HER CHILDREN, JOSHUA AND DANIELLE MORRISON, HER GRANDPARENTS, BRUCE AND HAZEL NEESE, GARLAND AND BEULAH WOODEN. SURVIVING ARE HER PARENTS, JOHN AND LOUISE NEESE OF DAYTON, FOUR CHILDREN, EMMA AND ALEXIS MORRISON OF DAYTON. HAYLEY AND ELIJAH BERRY OF...
|Barry Clinton Garrison - June 1, 2015|
He was a lifelong resident of Dayton and a member at First Baptist Church of Dayton. He loved all things sports, outdoors, farming, the UT Vols, and spending time with his family, especially his sons and precious granddaughter. He is survived by mother, Sandra Garrison of Dayton, Tennessee; father, Harold (Reba) Garrison of Cleveland, Tennessee; sons, Clint (Cayci) Garrison and granddaughter, Reagan of Calhoun, Tennessee, Brett Garrison and...
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