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HAMPTON - Beulah Smith Aldridge, 84, of Hampton, Tennessee, went home to be with the Lord ... Teresa Brinkley, Julie Strazay, Erin Brinkley, Benjamin Brinkley, Whitney Roberts and Adam Menyhay. Great Nieces and Nephews: Kevin & Vanessa Harrison, Ben ... (Johnson City Press)
He lived in Camden, AR, formerly of El Dorado and was born April 23, 1943, in Cornersville, TN to the late Johnie William and Louise ... AR with cremation to follow. Rev. Erin Kaye will officiate the service. The family received friends at the funeral ... (Marshall County Tribune)
CARTER, CLIFFORD "CLAY" Grand Blanc Age 71, died Saturday, February 25, 2017 at his residence. Services and visitation will be held in Erin, Tennessee at Nave Funeral Home. Clifford was born in Memphis, Tennessee on October 15, 1945. He was a Patent and ... (MLive)
He is survived by his daughter, Joan Annette Valentine-Gossett, of Smyrna, Tennessee; granddaughters, Stephanie Valentine, of Phoenix, Arizona, and Erin Goldsberry (Colin ... Kenneth’s family by visiting this obituary at www.WeertsFH.com. (Quad-Cities Times)
Kevin Brown, Tennessee, Ill.; one daughter, Kimberly (George) Lewis, Bloomington; 14 grandchildren, Jamison, Erin, Austin, Paxton, Wyatt, Brandi, Christopher, David, Kimberly, Joshua, Anna, Amanda Emily, Brett; six great-grandchildren, Reece, Gavin ... (Pantagraph)
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