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Subject: [TNCAMPBE-L] Obits From The Oak Ridger 1 Oct 2001
Date: Mon, 1 Oct 2001 20:23:09 EDT

>From The Oak Ridger 1 Oct 2001

MARGARET ELIZABETH KIST, 92, of Oak Ridge, died Wednesday, Sept. 26, 2001 at
Briarcliff Health Care Center.
She was born March 20, 1909, in Easton, Pa., the daughter of John and Emily
Mrs. Kist and her husband, George Russell Kist, moved to Oak Ridge from
Shorewood, Wis., in 1952. Her husband died in 1993.
In the early years of Oak Ridge, Mrs. Kist was employed as a clerk at
Loveman's department store then as an office manager at Millers department
store. She often spoke fondly about her friends from both stores.
She was a member of Grace Lutheran Church, and as a member she participated
in the many philanthropic activities of the Hope Circle.
Mrs. Kist was a member of the Oak Ridge Woman's Club and the West End Garden
Club. Both she and her husband were devoted members of the Elks lodge and the
Senior Citizen Bowling League.
Her family described her as a devoted wife, mother, grandmother,
great-grandmother, sister, neighbor and friend who was always proud of her
grandchildren, great-grandchildren and her nieces and nephews.
Mrs. Kist is survived by two daughters, Shirley Midyette and her husband,
Norfleet, of Elizabethtown, N.C., and Barbara Walker of Oak Ridge; and nine
grandchildren: Norfleet and Ward Midyette of Elizabethtown, Debra Midyette of
Charlotte, N.C., Kimberly Grant of Bridgeport, W.Va., Melissa Kazy of
Warrensburg, Mo., Rebecca Kehoe of Brookville, Md., Julie Brannon of Waldorf,
Md., Amy Beth Vela of Harlingen, Texas, and Nancy Walker of Rowlett, Texas.
She is also survived by 19 great-grandchildren, nine nieces and nephews and
many grandnieces and grandnephews.
In addition to her husband and her parents, Mrs. Kist was preceded in death
by five brothers.
A memorial service will be held at 2 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 14, at Grace Lutheran
Church with the Rev. Stephen Damos officiating.
A graveside service will be held at a later date at Oak Ridge Memorial Park.
The family will receive friends at the church immediately following the
service on Oct. 14.
The family requests that any memorials be in the form of donations to the
Building Fund at Grace Lutheran Church, 131 W. Gettysburg Ave., Oak Ridge, TN
Weatherford Mortuary is handling the arrangements.

BRENDA KAY HATMAKER, 50, of Lake City, died Friday, Sept. 28, 2001, at her
Mrs. Hatmaker was a retired licensed practical nurse. She had worked for Dr.
Ronald Hall in LaFollette and at the former Lake City Hospital.
She had a love of poetry and several of her poems had been published. One of
her favorite poems, "Chiseled in Stone," was about her young deceased son.
She also enjoyed crocheting.
Mrs. Hatmaker was a member of Tennessee Hollow Baptist Church.
She is survived by her husband, Walter "Buck" Hatmaker Sr.; a daughter, Julie
Ann Hatmaker of Lake City; two sons, the Rev. Jason McKamey and his wife,
Kim, of Lake City and Thomas Hatmaker and his wife, Melissa, of LaFollette;
and five grandsons, Jason "Jake" Lucas McKamey, Michael Cade McKamey, Justin
Ford and Brandon Ford, all of Lake City, and Michael "B.J." Dalton Hatmaker
of LaFollette.
Mrs. Hatmaker is also survived by her mother, Christine Smith Wilson of
Anderson, Ind.; two sisters, Linda Hatmaker and her husband, Hubert, of Lake
City, and Kim Dove and her husband, Mike, of Anderson, Ind.; and three
brothers, Jerry Ford and his wife, Frankie, of Sunbright, Bo Ford and his
wife, Pat, of Clinton, and Carl Wilson and his wife, Leslie, of Panama City,
Also surviving are her nieces and nephews she considered special, Allison
Taylor Dove, Jessie and Erin Ford, Ronnie and Angie Smiddy, Sean Wilson,
Christian Wilson, Derek Bolinger and Becky Hatmaker.
Mrs. Hatmaker was preceded in death by another son, John Ashley McKamey; her
father, the Rev. Arlie Issac Ford; another sister, Pat Perkins; and two other
brothers, Billy Paul "Rody" Ford and Michael Ray Ford.
The funeral was held Saturday night, Sept. 29, in the chapel of Holley-Gamble
Funeral Home in Lake City with the Rev. Jeff Hawkins and the Rev. Troy Harmon
A graveside service was conducted Sunday, Sept. 30, at Graves Gap Baptist
Church Cemetery in Briceville.

BILLIE "Bill" M. MORGAN, of Cleveland, Ohio, died Friday, July 13, 2001, at
Fairview Hospital in Cleveland of an apparent heart attack following a period
of medical attention for other health problems.
Mr. Morgan was born Jan. 9, 1943, in the Clear Branch community of Lake City,
the son of Carl W. and Helen Leinart Morgan, who are deceased. He was a 1960
graduate of Lake City High School and he was a member of Clear Branch Baptist
He joined the U.S. Navy in 1961 and served until 1965. Mr. Morgan worked at
PPG Industries in Cleveland with his brother, Roger D. Morgan. He always kept
ties with his friends and relatives in Tennessee, his family said.
In addition to his brother in Cleveland, he is survived by another brother,
Carl L. Morgan of Derry, N.H.; a brother-in-law, Tom W. Elliott of Cayce,
S.C.; and a niece, nephew, several cousins and other family members.
Besides his parents, Mr. Morgan was preceded in death by his grandparents,
Luke and Lena Smith Leinart and Parthenia Neil Morgan; and a sister, Lena Lou
Viles Elliott.
The body was cremated in Cleveland. The ashes will be returned to Tennessee
for burial at Leach Cemetery in Lake City on Friday, Oct. 5. A brief
graveside service will be held at 3 p.m. with the Rev. Tom Byrge officiating.

GEORGIA HORN, 67, of Coalfield, died Friday, Sept. 28, 2001, at Methodist
Medical Center of Oak Ridge.
Mrs. Horn was a former resident of Harlan, Ky., and she was the widow of
George Dewey Horn. She had lived in Coalfield for the past two years.
Born June 1, 1934, in Harlan, she was the daughter of C.C. Mills and Artie
Jackson Mills, who are deceased.
She was a member of First Baptist Church in Loyall, Ky.
Mrs. Horn is survived by her daughter, Lisa Woods and her husband, John, of
Coalfield; three grandchildren, Angela Hensley Wilkerson, Dale Robert Hensley
Jr. and Christopher Lee Creech; a great-granddaughter, Breana Nicole Rose;
her brother, Bobby Robbins and his wife, Edna, of Cumberland, Ky.; and her
sister, Katherine Amarhyne of Louisville, Ky.
In addition to her husband and her parents, she was preceded in death by 15
sisters and brothers.
The funeral was to be held at 11 this morning, Oct. 1, in the chapel of Sharp
Funeral Home in Oliver Springs with the Rev. Steve McDonald officiating.
A graveside service was to be conducted at 3 this afternoon at Harlan
Memorial Gardens in Harlan, Ky.

DOROTHY SHAW FAUST, 98, of Norman, Okla., died Monday, Sept. 24, at Cedar
Creek Nursing Home in Norman.
>From 1929 to 1950, Mrs. Faust served with her husband, Foreign Service
Officer John Bernard Faust, at the U.S. consulates and embassies in
Argentina, Paraguay, France, Portugal, Chile, Honduras and Lebanon. Her
husband died in 1957.
Following her husband's active service, she served as an administrative
assistant in the State Department's Miami reception center, greeting foreign
visitors and arranging their appointments. After retirement in 1977, she
moved to Norman to be near her daughter.
Mrs. Faust was born in Glendale, Calif., where she graduated from high school
in 1920. She earned a bachelor's degree at Pomona College in 1924. She then
went to law school, attending the George Washington University school of law
for a year and then attending the law school at the University of Southern
California, where she earned a law degree in 1928.
She met her future husband at a White House reception in Washington, D.C.,
and they were married in Glendale in 1928.
She was a member of the American Association of University Women, the
National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, the Clan Shaw
Society of the United States, the Phi Kappa Phi honorary legal sorority and
the Phi Alpha Delta legal fraternity. In Norman she was active in the
Cleaveland County Republican Women's Club for many years.
Mrs. Faust visited her son, Lucien Cornelius Faust, in Oak Ridge in the late
1960s, arriving on the last scheduled train to drop passengers off at the
depot in Oliver Springs. Her son, who was born in California, is now living
in Durham, N.C. From 1966 through 1996 he was planning director and chief of
planning for the city of Oak Ridge.
In addition to her son, Mrs. Faust is survived by another son, Owen Hartley
Faust of Quito, Ecuador, born in Paraguay; a daughter, Claire Faust Stephens
of Norman, born in Chile; five grandchildren, Annamarie F. Streilein of
Durham, John B. Faust of San Francisco, Calif., Susan F. Eissenberg of
Evergreen, Colo., and Owen Stephens and Fern Stephens Thung, both of Norman;
and six grandchildren.
A funeral service and communion were held Friday morning, Sept. 28, at St.
John's Episcopal Church in Norman, with the Rev. Joe Ted Miller officiating.
Burial will be alongside the remains of her husband at the family burial plot
in the cemetery in Denmark, S.C. A graveside service will be conducted by the
Rev. Emmanuel Johnson, arranged through Christ Church of Denmark, with Mayes
Funeral Directors.
The family requests that any memorials be in the form of donations to the
American Red Cross, the September 11 Fund, or to the Salvation Army.

BILLIE G. MOORE, 63, of Lake City, died Saturday, Sept. 29, 2001, at
Methodist Medical Center of Oak Ridge.
Mrs. Moore is survived by two daughters, Patty Humphrey and her husband,
Hobert, and Regina Gallaher and her companion, Sam Bailey, all of Lake City;
five brothers, James Wills of Beech Grove, Bobby Wills of Columbus, Ohio,
Jack Wills of West Palm Beach, Fla., David Wills of Clinton and Ernest "Buck"
Wills of Lake City; three sisters, Betty Brown of Lake City, Judy Lively of
Hilliard, Ohio, and Mary Lou Austin of Daytona Beach, Fla.; and 10
grandchildren and one great-grandchild.
The funeral will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 2, at Beech Grove Baptist
Church in Lake City with the Rev. Jeff Hawkins and Mike "Stump" Smith
Burial will follow at Beech Grove Cemetery in Lake City.
The family will receive friends from 6 to 9 tonight, Oct. 1, at Cox-Martin
Funeral Home in Lake City.

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