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Robert Lee (Bob) Drake passed away on February 8, 2017, at Camden Clark Memorial Hospital, surrounded by his family. He was born July 19, 1942, in Left Hand, W.Va., to the late Ralph Howard and Ottis Vieva Ledsome Drake. Before marrying his wife Margie in ... (Newsand Sentinel)
of Camden, George Greenwood and his wife, Sandra, of West Poland, Robert Greenwood and his wife, Sandra, of Greene, and Jean Greenwood of Jefferson; his sister-in-law, Merlene Greenwood of Buckfield; brothers-in-law, Richard Stahl and his wife, Doris ... (Sun-Journal)
He is also survived by his dad, Russell Palmer; sisters, April and Andrea Legge; brother and wife, Steven and Darrah Blankenship; stepbrother and sister, Darcey and Jason Renner; nieces and nephews, Jerrica, Jeremy and Jenna Freeman, Camden and Jayden ... (The Journal)
Camden and Beckham Morel and great-great grandchild, Navie Moore; sister, Martharie King of Ft. Worth, TX and numerous nieces and nephews. She taught elementary school for a total of 33 years with 27 years at Ooltewah Elementary School as a first grade ... (Shelbyville Times-Gazette)
daughter Rylan and son Camden, Lauren (Kurt) Eisenbraun, daughters Ella and Avery; Gino (Shalyn) Gregory, daughters Alina, Autumn, and Fallon; Shira Selkovits, Aviel (Scott) Bromley, Joshua Selkovits; Elissa (Justin) Philips, daughter Emilia, Jorden ... (Beaver County Times)
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