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Ronald "Ronny" Myers, 79, of Pikeville, Tennessee, died on January 17, 2017. He was retired from Lockheed Aircraft and was the Brockdell Fire Chief. He was also of the Church of God faith. He was preceded in death by his parents, General B. and Lena Myers ... (Chattanoogan)
Mattie passed away on Saturday, December 24, 2016. Mattie was a resident of Pikeville, Tennessee at the time of her passing. She was married to Milton. A Celebration of Life will be 10:00 am Wednesday December... (legacy.com)
Verna was born April 11, 1930 in Pikeville, TN., a daughter of the late William Darius and Sarah Ann (Warner) Smith. Verna was a laborer for Canfield Industries for 15 years and also worked for Circuit Board Manufacturing, retiring in 2007. She enjoyed ... (Cleveland Plain Dealer)
Charles Monroe Roby, 73, of Pikeville passed away Nov. 22 at Vidant Medical Center ... Editor’s Note: For complete details on these obituaries, log into the Tideland News e-Edition today or pick up your copy of Tideland News on newsstands. (carolinacoastonline.com)
Mr. Swafford was born in the second month on the 6th day, 1937 in Pikeville, Tennessee to Marshall and Margaret Marie (Rothwell) Swafford. He was a graduate of the Bledsoe County High School. He has been a resident of this area since 1954 coming here with ... (kempffuneralhome.com)
I've had a couple of close friends that have lost their mothers in the past few years. We've had many long talks about the loss they feel. What will I do without my cheerleader? Who do I talk to when I struggle with my rebellious child? How can I bring a new child into this world without my mom to s...
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