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Subject: Claiborne Progress Obits, Sept. 1st., 2005
Date: Tue, 6 Sep 2005 19:19:32 EDT


BOBBY EDWARD MORELOCK SR.

Bobby Edward Morelock, Sr., age 61, of Topeka, Ks, formerly of Jonesville,
Va, passed away Tuesday, August 23, 2005 from a battle with cancer.

He was a veteran of the U.S. Army, serving in the Vietnam War. He retired
from McLane Food Service after 26 years of service. He was preceded in death by
his parents, Robert and Estel Morelock of Jonesville, Va.

Survivors include: one son and daughter-in-law: Bobby and Melissa Morelock of
Tazewell; two daughters and sons-in-law: Shannon and James Thomas of New
Tazewell, Brandi and Jake Cummins of Atchison, Ks; grandchildren: Jacob, Tabitha,
Sydney and Seth, and Calleb and Hanna; five brothers: John, Ken, Rick, Tony,
and Rex; four sisters: Mary, Loretta, Kathleen, and Paralie; a very special
sister-in-law: Sheila Morelock; several nieces and nephews.

Funeral services were Friday, August 26 at 8 p.m. in the Arney-Mullins
Funeral Home Chapel in Jonesville, Va with the Rev. John Zion officiating. Graveside
services were Saturday, August 27 at 11 a.m. in the Morelock Cemetery in
Jonesville, Va.

Arney-Mullins Funeral Home of Jonesville, Va is in charge

BRANDON ERIC SEALS
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Brandon Eric Seals, of Tazewell, was born December 14, 1986 in Middlesboro,
Ky, and passed away August 23, 2005 at the University of Tennessee Hospital in
Knoxville.

He was saved during a revival at Little Macedonia Church. He attended
Springdale Elementary School, Washburn Junior High School, Washburn High School,
Claiborne High School, Junior Firefighter, Incident Command, and CPR Training. He
loved high school and football. He was always quiet, polite, enjoyed his
artwork, music, and his Dodge Dart car. Brandon was preceded in death by his
grandfather: Wiley "Pinky" Brogan and grandmother: Hester Mae Wolfenbarger Seals.

He is survived by his parents: Ronald and Wanda Seals and Dan and Nancy
Brogan Singleton; grandparents: Willard Seals, and Nancy Harville Massengill; great
grandmother: Laura Manning Brogan; half brother: Charles Singleton; half
sister: Brianna Singleton; step brother: Rhondy Singleton; step sister: Valerie
and husband Joey Singleton Long; aunts and uncles: Nina and Dwayne Dalton;
Sunshine and T.J. Noah, Diane Singleton, Donald and Michelle Seals, Eddie Seals,
Teddy and Gloria Seals, Regina and Tom England, Missy and Steve Turner; special
friend: Brian Whitehead.

Funeral services were Sunday, August 28 at 11 a.m. in the Coffey Funeral Home
Chapel with Brody Wells, Stevie Johnson, Asher Noe officiating. Songs by Hope
and Ashley Hunter. Burial in the Irish Memorial Gardens.

Pallbearers: Rhondy Singleton, Charles Singleton, Brian Whitehead, Kevin
Seals, Chris Ramsey, Wayne Hinkle, and Vonnie Seals

Coffey Funeral Home in charge.

BRUCE PARKER

Bruce Parker, age 70, of Monroe, Mi, formerly of Tazewell, was born May 26,
1935 and passed away Saturday, August 13, 2005 at his home in Monroe, Mi.

He had been ill for 5 years, seriously ill since April. He was the son of the
late Ben and Alma (Hurst) Parker. He was a U.S. Army Veteran having served as
peacekeeper in Korea. He retired January 4, 1985 from Norfolk Southern
Railroad. He was a member of Liberty Hill Baptist Church in Washburn and attended
Frenchtown Baptist Church of Monroe, Mi. He is preceded in death by parents: Ben
and Alma (Hurst) Parker; and brother: Gerald Parker.

Survivors include wife of 21 years: JoAnn Standifer Parker of Monroe, Mi;
children: Rev. Freddie Parker and wife Shirley of Tazewell, Kristi Parker and
husband Dale of Corryton, Gary Standifer and wife Nancy of Monroe, Mi, Rudy
Standifer and wife Patricia of Monroe, Mi, Connie Winkelman and husband Jeffrey of
Monroe, Mi; grandchildren: Allen Michael Parker, Emma Grace Parker, Ethan
Blake Parker, Amy Mullins and husband Steve, Jonathan Standifer and fianc/ Tara,
Justin Standifer and wife Tabitha, Kayla Beck, and T.J. Winkleman; six great
granddaughters; special niece: Pamela Osimani; foster son: Jimmy Davis (Special
Person).

Funeral services were Monday, August 15 at 8 p.m. in the Claiborne Funeral
Home Chapel with the Rev. Jerry Epperson officiating. Music was provided by the
Epperson Family and Jonathan Standifer. Graveside services were Tuesday,
August 16 at 11 a.m. in the Raven Hill Cemetery.

Pallbearers: Rudy Standifer, Jeff Winkelman, Warren G. Brogan, Eddie Roberts,
Buford Hurst, and Jonathan Standifer.

Memorial contributions may be made to Frenchtown Missionary Baptist Church
Building Fund or to Mercy Memorial Hospice of Monroe, Mi.

Claiborne Funeral home in charge.

CLARENCE A. WILMOTH

Clarence A. Wilmoth, age 42, of Knoxville, was born in Bell County, Ky and
passed away suddenly in an accident on Saturday, August 20, 2005.

He was preceded in death by his father: Broda Alvis Wilmoth.

Survivors include his mother: Cleo Jeanette Wilmoth of Huntsville, Al;
brother: John Tony Wilmoth of Claiborne County; children: Rebecca Wilmoth Arms and
Clarence A. (A.J.) Wilmoth, Jr.; grandchildren: Gabrielle Dawn Arms and Robert
Thomas Reed III; former wife Darlene Wilmoth, all of Knoxville. Many other
friends and family will miss him dearly.

Funeral services were held on Powell River on Thursday, August 25 at 7 p.m.
with the Rev. Lewis Brown officiating. Music provided by The Goins Family
singers.

Cremation Options, Inc in charge.

DANNY LEE SAYLOR

Danny Lee Saylor, age 50, of Tazewell, was born March 7, 1955 and passed away
August 22, 2005 at his home.

He was of the Church of God Faith. He was preceded in death by his parents:
Arnold and Blondell (Wilson) Saylor.

He is survived by his fianc/: Doris Ball of Tazewell; daughter: Susie Saylor
of Cookville; brothers: Woodie Saylor of Dalton, Ga, Ronnie Saylor of
Chatsworth, Ga; sister: Cathy King of Harrison, Oh; several nieces, nephews, and a
host of other relatives and friends.

Funeral services were Wednesday, August 24 at 1 p.m. in the Coffey Funeral
Home Chapel with the Rev. J.C. Bull officiating. Obituary: Don Noah. Songs by
Don Noah and the True Believers. Burial in the Cunningham Cemetery.

Pallbearers: Larry Thomas, Mike Adams, Johnny Jones, Matt Jones, Chad Saylor,
Melvin Brock, Kelly Robbins, Kenneth Ramsey.

Coffey Funeral Home in charge.


REV. G.F. BEELER

Rev. G.F. Beeler, "Pop Beeler", age 74, of New Tazewell, was born February 4,
1931 and went home to be with the Lord on Sunday, August 28, 2005 at
Claiborne County Nursing Home, after a short illness with cancer.

He was born in Union County, on Clinch River near 33 Bridge, the eldest of
five children to Lois Breeding Beeler and Rev. George "Forester" Beeler, Sr. He
professed faith in Christ, December 1940, while attending revival, leaving
Lake View School, walking to day services at Little Barren Missionary Baptist
Church. He was a member of Little Barren Missionary Baptist Church. He was
ordained as a minister to gospel on October 6, 1968, at Straight Creek Missionary
Baptist Church. Pastor of several churches in Claiborne and Union Counties, also
served as evangelist in many revivals; and participated as counselor in
Crusade Ministries Area Wide Crusade in Maynardville; and counselor in Crusade for
Christ in Claiborne County. Little Barren was the First church he was pastor
in 1969; and he was also pastor at Little Barren Missionary Baptist Church for
the past 22 years, until June of this year. Member of Evening Star Masonic
Lodge, #180 in New Tazewell. Retired carpenter, Member of United Brotherhood of
Carpenters Union Local #50 for over 40 years. Married Christine Thacker Beeler
June 10, 1950; by Rev. Sam Coffey. "Pop" enjoyed gardening, farming, working
with his hands, hunting; but most of all, "the Lord's work and the Lord's
creation, big and small. He was preceded in death by his loving wife of over 51
years: Christine Beeler; infant son: Terry Brent Beeler; parents: Rev. Forester
and Lois Beeler; brother: Mark Beeler.

Survivors include son: Richard Beeler and daughter-in-law, Lynette of
Harrogate, Rev. Larry A. Beeler and daughter-in-law, Sharron of New Tazewell;
daughter: Becky Gordon and son-in-law, Gary of New Tazewell; four grandsons: Tim and
wife Miriah of Maynardville, Jonathan Beeler of Morristown, Rev. Derek
Drummonds of New Tazewell, Nathan Beeler of Harrogate; sister: Daisy Ella Lawson and
special brother-in-law, Bill of New Tazewell; brother: Jake Beeler all of New
Tazewell, Billy and sister-in-law, Margaret of Harrogate; aunt: Eva Chandler
of San Diego, Ca; uncle: Cawood Breeding of Whitesburg, Palmer Breeding of
Knoxville; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends.

Masonic services were Monday, August 29 at 8:30 p.m. Funeral services were
Tuesday, August 30 at 11 a.m. in the Claiborne Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev.
Gary Beeler and the Rev. Doug Atkins officiating. Music by the Little Barren
Church Choir. Burial in the Burch Cemetery.

Pallbearers: Tim Beeler, Jonathan Beeler, Nathan Beeler, Derek Drummonds,
Bobby Williams, and David Cole. Honorary pallbearers: all area ministers.

Claiborne Funeral Home in charge.

JOSEPHINE BLANCHE BUNCH

Josephine Blanche Bunch, age 88, of Tazewell, was born May 20, 1917 and
passed away Tuesday, August 23, 2005 at her home surrounded by family and friends.

She was a member of Cedar Fork Baptist Church. She was preceded in death by
husband: Charlie Bunch; parents: Lon and Rosa Clements; brother: Lema Clements;
sister: Mae Clements; one great grandchild: Christopher Leon Williams.

Survivors include daughters: Bernice and husband Virgil Williams of Tazewell,
Josephine and husband James Meyers of Tazewell; sons: Paris and wife
Christeen Bunch of Tazewell, Lawrence Bunch of Tazewell; six grandchildren: Brenda,
Charles, Sandra, Becky, Jack, and Jennifer; eight great grandchildren: Justin,
Charlie, Casey, Jennifer, Marka, Maranda, Crislyn, and Noah; and a host of
other family and friends that played a great role in her life.

Funeral services were Thursday, August 25 at 7 p.m. in the Claiborne Funeral
Home Chapel with the Rev. George Cole, Rev. Leonard Brooks, and Rev. Mark
Campbell officiating. Music was provided by Glenna Hodges. Graveside services were
Friday, August 26 at 10 a.m. in the Irish Memorial Gardens.

Pallbearers: Cawood Reece, Glenn Thacker, George Hurst, Coil Wilmoth, J.K.
Jessee, Rick Rowland, Pete Smith, Bob McVey, Warren Pearson, Bill Payne, Joe
Tyler Duncan, Dennis Fultz.

Claiborne Funeral Home in charge

JOSHUA FEE

Joshua Fee, age 17, of Speedwell, passed away August 27, 2005, as a result of
an automobile accident.

He was a senior at Middlesboro High School, he was a member of the High
School Band and Insane Customs Car Club. He was preceded in death by his paternal
grandfather: Ralph Fee; maternal grandfather: Wayne Halcomb.

Survivors include parents: Greg and Mary Fee of Speedwell; grandparents:
Wanda Fee of Harlan, Ky, John and Ellen Epperson of Idavel, Ok; aunts and uncles:
Ada Davidson, Phyllis and Don Butler, Sherri and Brady Auld, Judy and Bob
Caudle, Jimmy and Andria Halcomb, Athalene Chitwood, Beulah Robinson, Vearl
Harris; cousins: Michelle and Erin Auld, Kaitlen and Zachary Caudle, Ashton Halcomb,
Cynthia and Darren Rodriguez, Taylor and Dillan Rodriguez.

Visitation will be Wednesday, August 31 from 6-9 p.m. at Reece Funeral Home
and Valley Chapel. Funeral services will be Thursday, September 1 at 1 p.m. at
Pump Springs Baptist Church.

Reece Funeral Home and Valley Chapel in charge 869-3651 or 626-4249

MARVIN NEIL LOUTHAN

Marvin Neil Louthan, age 54, of Milford, Oh, was born April 19, 1951 and
passed away August 23, 2005 in Milford, Oh

He was preceded in death by his father and mother: Edward L. and Dora
Louthan; son: Eddie Harris; brother: Jerry Louthan.

He is survived by his wife: Doreena Louthan; sons: Jamie and Justin Harris;
brothers: Larry, James, and Joe Louthan; sister: Rita Disc; great
grandchildren: Carinae Harris, Emma Harris, Ivy Jane Harris; niece: Crystal Disc.

Funeral services were Saturday, August 27 at 1 p.m. at the Coffey Funeral
Home Chapel with the Rev. Ronald Daniels officiating. Burial in the Ramsey
Cemetery.

Pallbearers: Joe Louthan, John Louthan, Earl Latchford, Jamie Harris, Justin
Harris, and Rodney Grimes.

Coffey Funeral Home in charge.


ROBERT JACKSON ROSE
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Robert Jackson Rose, age 68, of Harrogate, was born October 27, 1936 in
Shawanee, to Lawrence and Bobbie Greer Rose, and passed away August 23, 2005 at
Carolinas Medical Center in Charlotte, Nc, from a heart attack.

He was a member of Sequoyah Hills Presbyterian Church in Knoxville. He
graduated from Forge Ridge High School and attended Lincoln Memorial University.
Graduated from University of Tennessee Law School receiving the L.L. B. and
Doctor of Jurisprudence. He practiced law in Nashville with former Governor Frank
Clement, and was a Special Assistant Attorney General for the State of
Tennessee. He returned to Claiborne County in 1976 to begin private practice, while
attending U.T. he won the award for Outstanding Moot Court Trial Lawyer, He was
a plaintiff's attorney for personal injury and a noted Criminal defense
attorney in several East Tennessee counties. He argued hundreds of cases in the
Appellate Court in Tennessee including the Tennessee Supreme Court and
successfully argued twice before the U.S. Supreme Court. He was a licensed pilot,
certified scuba diver, snow skier, and avid sports fan. He served in the U.S. Air
Force. He was preceded in death by two brothers: Larry and Cawood Rose.

He is survived by his wife: Donna Spade Rose; children: Rob (Molly) Rose,
Spade Rose (Tori Worthington), Shane (Amy) Rose, Scott Buis, Colonel Debra Rose;
grandson: Gryphon Scott Buis, the light of his life; sister: Mary Rose
Hoskins; nieces: Lori King Schultz, Mae Beth Beverly; nephews: Ralph King, David
Wall, Blake Rutherford; sister-in-law: Gloria Bunch; special secretary and friend:
Lisa Chapman; mother-in-law: Blanche Spade; uncle: Junior Brooks.

Funeral services were Thursday, August 25 at 8 p.m. at Reece Valley Chapel
with Rev. Bill Chapman officiating. Eulogy by David Stanifer. Obituary by David
Ray. Music by Jane Cox and the Powers Family. Graveside services were Friday,
August 26 at 11 a.m. at the Rose Family Cemetery in Gibson Station, Va.

Pallbearers: Wayne Lee, Robby Schultz, Hollis Bush, Reid Parker, David Ray,
and Roy Bryant. Honorary pallbearers: Claiborne County Bar Association, Lee
Asbury, Allen Bailey, John Brown, Hobart Bunch, Joe Clement, Sandra Cosby, Zane
Daniel, Creed Daniel, Mike Day, Gene Dillman, Ronald Dubin, Darryl Edmonson,
Jared Effler, Mark Edmonds, Charlie Bill Farmer, Bill Pendleton, Randall Goins,
Charles Monk Green, David Hoskins, Ben Hooper, Randy Jones, Ralph King, J.D.
Lee, Robert Mullins, Randall McNew, Dickie Nevils, Roy Lee Parker, Rhandie
Parker, Dan Partin, Kyle Payne, B.Y. Peery, Carroll Rose, Shayne Sexton, Eddie
Shoffner, Tom Shumate, Bobby Smith, Kirby Smith, Mike Taylor, Con Troutman, Gary
Willis, Randy Willis, Billy Joe White, Wayne Wolfenbarger, Martha Yoakum,
Claiborne, Grainger, Union Clerks offices, East Tennessee Sessions, Circuit,
Criminal Judges.

Reece Funeral Home and Valley Chapel in charge 869-3651 or 626-4249


RUBY RIGGS

Ruby Riggs, age 71, of New Tazewell, was born October 9, 1933 and passed away
August 26, 2005 at her home.

She was preceded in death by her husband: Willie R. Riggs; son: Tommy Ray;
father: Houk Williams; and brother: Curtis Williams.

She is survived by her mother: Mrs. Minnie Williams of New Tazewell;
daughter: Pamela Marie Schultz of Speedwell; granddaughter: Stephanie Ann; grandson:
Christopher John; great granddaughter: Andrianna Morgan; great grandson-in-law:
Andrew Richard Snellon; sisters: Ann Crutchfield, Mildred Collingsworth, Mary
Lee; brother: George W. Williams; nieces: Robin, Peggy; nephews: Wayne,
Larry, Timmy, Bruce, Steven, Bryan, and Eddie; and a host of other relatives and
friends.

Funeral services were Monday, August 29 at 8 p.m. at Coffey Funeral Home
Chapel with Rev. Mike Parker officiating. Songs by the Reed Family, Mike and Lisa
Slaven. Graveside service Tuesday, August 30 at 11 a.m. in the Harrogate
Cemetery.

Pallbearers: Grandson Christopher, Roger Hall, Richard Snellon, Issac Oakes,
Bob Sparks, and Ronald McIlquham.

Coffey Funeral Home in charge.

SARAH M. (BLEDSOE) HARLAN

Sarah M. (Bledsoe) Harlan, age 56, of the Alanthus Hill Community in Hancock
County, passed away at home surrounded by her family, Tuesday, August 23, 2005
after a brief illness.

She was a member and church treasurer of Wolfenbarger Chapel Baptist Church.
She was a graduate of Hancock County High School. She was preceded in death by
her parents: Tim and Flossie (Lemons) Bledsoe; brother: Ike Bledsoe; four
infant siblings; mother-in-law: Marie Harlan.

She is survived by her husband of 33 years: Clyde D. Harlan; daughters: Susan
(Fuad) Radi of Long Beach, Ca, Cynthia Souza of Hesperia, Ca; son: Dennis
(Martha) Harlan of Long Beach, Ca; ten grandchildren; two great grandchildren;
brothers: Glen (Ruby) Bledsoe of Tazewell, Gene Bledsoe of Tazewell, Bill (Nora)
Bledsoe of Moundsville, Wv; sisters: Sue (Roger) Seabolt of Tazewell, Garnet
(Raymond) Scott of Dallas, Wv; special cousin: Betty Wolfe of Tazewell;
several nieces, nephews, and a host of relatives and friends.

Funeral services were Friday, August 26 at 2 p.m. at Wolfenbarger Chapel
Baptist Church with the Rev. L.J. Ellis and Rev. Kenny Williams officiating. Music
was provided by Darryl and Debra Holt. Burial in the Wolf-Seabolt Family
Cemetery.

Pallbearers: Billy Bledsoe Jr, David Bledsoe, Raymond Scott Jr, Shannon
Bledsoe, Timothy Bledsoe, Jeff Gibson, Fred Lane, and Kenny Jones. Honorary
pallbearers: Great Nephews.

Claiborne Funeral Home in charge

TERRY LYNN COLLINS

Terry Lynn Collins, age 45, of New Tazewell, was born August 8, 1960 and
passed away August 25, 2005 at the University of Tennessee Hospital in Knoxville.

He was saved and baptized at Midway Baptist Church and attended Highland
Baptist Church. He was preceded in death by his father: Conley Von Collins, Jr.;
step-father: Kenneth Widner; mother-in-law: Lillian Turner.

He is survived by his wife: Sherri Collins; son: Trysten Collins; mother:
Willa Mae Widner; brothers: Keith Collins, Dustin Collins; sisters and
brothers-in-law: Sandy and Dwayne Wilder, Vickie and Junior Poore all of New Tazewell;
father-in-law: Elmer Sparks of Ohio; brother and sister-in-law: David and
Debbie Sparks of New Tazewell; sister-in-law: April and Jason Reker of Ohio;
nephews and nieces: Stacey Wilder, Jessica and Mike Holliln, Morgan and Jody Keck,
Gregory and Leslie Collins, Heather Collins, Katlyn and Jena Sparks, Britney
and Briana Reker of Ohio; five great nephews; several other relatives and
friends.

Funeral services were Monday, August 29 at 2 p.m. at the Coffey Funeral Home
Chapel. Rev. Hubert Turner and Rev. Willard Wilder officiating. Songs by David
and Juanita Honeycutt. Burial in the Irish Memorial Gardens.

Pallbearers: Daniel Cole, Kim Rush, David Painter, Robert Veillion, Tommy
Chittum, Brian Smith, Wayne Caleb, Danny Munsey.

Coffey Funeral Home in charge.

THOMAS LAY

Thomas Lay, age 44, of Louisville, TN formerly of Harlan Ky, was born on
October 29, 1960 and passed away Saturday, August 20, 2005.

He is the son of Vernon and Ann Fuson of New Tazewell and the late Jack Lay.
Thomas worked at Oak Ridge National Laboratory as a Health Physics Technician
and served in the U.S. Army from 1979-1983.

He is survived by his parents: Vernon and Ann Fuson of New Tazewell; son:
Andrew Lay of St. Paul, Mn; brothers: Jack and wife Cindy Lay of Springfield, Oh,
Steven and wife Jen Fuson of Clarksville, In, Garry Fuson of New Tazewell,
Kelly and wife Jen Fuson of Lacey, Wa; sisters: Rhonda Lay of Melrose, Fl, Pam
Fuson of Navajo Dam, Nm, Angel Fuson of Huber Heights, Oh, Amanda Fuson of New
Tazewell; nephews: Jeremiah, Garrett, Jordan, and Dakota Lay of Springfield,
Oh, Marcus Fuson of Clarksville, In; special family member Annette Beach of
Medway, Oh.

Funeral services were Tuesday, August 23 at 7 p.m. in the Claiborne Funeral
Home Chapel with Pastor Sam Sweet officiating. Music was provided by The Carr's
Branch Singers. Graveside services were Wednesday, August 24 at 11 a.m. in
the Rest Haven Cemetery in Harlan, Ky.

Pallbearers: Steve Fuson, Jack Lay, Jeremiah Lay, Garrett Lay, Ross Carmical,
and Garry Fuson.

Claiborne Funeral Home in charge.

TROY LEE MINTON

Troy Lee Minton, age 65, was born February 25, 1940 in Speedwell, and passed
away August 24, 2005 at his home in Harrogate.

He was a member of Summey's Bridge Baptist Church. He enjoyed hunting. He
worked as a roofing contractor for many years. He was preceded in death by his
wife, Vestina Laws Minton; daughter: Carolyn Jane Minton; and father: Lonnie
Minton.

Survivors include his mother: Martha Duncan Minton; son: Eddie (Louann)
Minton of Middlesboro, Ky; daughter: Cindy (Jeff) McGeorge of Speedwell;
grandchildren: Eddie Minton, Jr., Troy James Minton both of Middlesboro, Ky, Brandon
McGeorge (Nikki Helton) of Speedwell, Pam (Stacy) Wiley of New Tazewell;
great-grandson: Robert Daimeon Wiley; sister: Nellie 'Tootsie' Howerton of
Middlesboro, Ky; and a host of nieces and nephews.

Funeral services were Friday, August 26 at 8 p.m. at Reece Funeral Home with
Rev. Ellis Hoskins and Rev. Bob Owens officiating. Music by Haynes Flat Choir.
Graveside services were Saturday, August 27 at 11 a.m. in the Sharp Cemetery.

Pallbearers: Grandchildren and family.

Reece Funeral Home and Valley Chapel in charge 869-3651 or 626-4249




































































































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