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He was an East Tennessee State University graduate ... He was a veteran having served his country in the U.S. Army during the Korean War. Mr. Gilley loved watching Duke Basketball, UT Football and the Atlanta Braves. In addition to his parents he was ... (Johnson City Press)
Mr. Suratt was born Jan. 7, 1946 in Dyer, Tennessee. Mr. Suratt is survived by his wife of ... Sanford passed on Saturday (1/28/17) at Duke Hospice in Durham. Ronnie E. Clemons was born to Burbie and Maggie Clemons on Jan. 10, 1946. He graduated from ... (Sanford Herald)
He retired from Duke Energy after 30 years ... sisters and brothers, Donna Long, Gallatin, Tennessee, Linda Brown, Noblesville, Della Brown and Edson Fox Jr., both of Kokomo, Charles (Ruth) Fox, Sumner, Texas, and Wanda "Ruth" Payne, Kokomo. (Kokomo Tribune)
Sally is survived by her children; Michael (Carolyn) Pickert of OK, Krista (Victor) Inman of Troy, NY, Timothy "Duke" Pickert of OK ... William) Daniels of TN. Dear friends; Lonnie Solley, Harry and Judy Dillis, Wilson and Ann Martin, Donald "Giff ... (legacy.com)
In addition to his parents, Tommy was preceded in death by his brothers, Milton and Darrell Rummels, his brother and best friend, Terry Rummels, his sisters, Ethel Cook, Delores Duke, Gloria Rummels, Dorthea “Dot” Jones and Theresa “Resa” Rummels ... (Quad-Cities Times)
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What is considered proper to wear to a funeral or memorial service differs according to local customs and geographic region. But a few general guidelines can help steer you. Mercifully, the old dreary dictate about wearing only black no longer applies - although, when in doubt, it's still generally ...