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Subject: [TNMORGAN] 3/2/2006 Obituaries - Knoxville News Sentinel
Date: Thu, 2 Mar 2006 16:37:47 +1000

ABBOTT, ELDER CLYDE HAROLD, SR. - age 94 of Wears Valley, passed away
Wednesday, March 1, 2006. He was a lifelong member of Headrick's Chapel
Primitive Baptist Church. He was a member of the Masonic Lodge, York Rite,
Scottish Rite (32nd degree Mason), and Shriners for more than 50 years and
had been a member of Mtn. Star Masonic Lodge #197. He was preceded in death
by: parents, Daniel Jackson and Mamie Ellen Abbott; and daughter, Angela
Davis. Survivors: wife, Doris Kidwell Abbott; children, Elder Clyde H.
Abbott, Jr. and wife Betty, Gearldine (Geri) Abbott and husband Ernest, Mark
Abbott and wife Stephanie; grandchildren, Daniel Abbott, Mason Abbott,
Wesley Davis, Matthew Davis, Lori Jones, Rachael Shults, Margo Abbott, Adam
Abbott; 9 great-grandchildren; a host of nieces and nephews; including
special nephew, Jack Abbott. Funeral service beginning with a Masonic
Service at 7 pm Friday in the East Chapel of Atchley Funeral Home with Elder
Clyde Abbott, Jr. officiating. Interment 2 pm Saturday in Abbott Cemetery.
The family will receive friends 5-7 pm Friday at Atchley Funeral Home,

BOWEN, LIZZIE MARY - was born on May 4, 1915, in Sucanoochee Mississippi,
the second of ten children born to the late Melvin and Anna Page. She
received her education in Meridian, Mississippi, attending the Normal School
for Teaching. Lizzie married John Bowen on June 15, 1941 and they lived in
marital bliss for 54 years until his death in December 1995. Until her death
on February 27, 2006, Lizzie's love for Johnnie remained strong and true.
She worked as a domestic for Dr. Chesney, before retiring to become a
full-time homemaker. Lizzie was a member of Mt. Olive Baptist Church for
over 60 years. She was predeceased by: her parents; husband; sisters, Essie
B. Calhoun and Gladys Brown; brothers, Terrisola (Forest) Page, Bilbo Page,
Robert A. Page and Huey L. Page; as well as nephews, Greg Page and Michael
Dawkins. Lizzie leaves to mourn her departure from the temporal to the
eternal: three sisters, Lutye (Arthur) Lyght, Burnsville, MN; Verda Dawkins,
East Chicago, IN and Ann (Lavell) Allen, Washington, D.C.; sister-in-law,
Delores Page, Lexington, KY, and their children and children's children,
including beloved niece and nephew, Dr. Dorothy Calhoun, Houston, Texas and
Robert Melvin Page, Memphis, TN; and special friends, Willie C. Crutcher,
Odie and Ann Washington, Shirley Hall and Emma Penson. Funeral services will
be conducted at the Mount Olivet Baptist Church 12:00 noon Friday. March 3,
2006 with The Rev. Kelly M. Smith officiating. Burial will follow at Highand
South Memorial Park. The family will receive friends from 11:00 am. till
time of service. Highland South Memorial Park, Funerals and Cremations, is
honored to serve the family of Lizzie Bowen. An online register is at:

BROWN, MARY - age 53 of Knoxville passed away peacefully at Ft. Sanders
Regional Hospital. Preceded in death by: parents: Truman and Cora Gentry.
Survivors: daughter: Sabrina Davis and son-in-law: Byron DeBusk;
grandchildren: Joseph Davis, Austin and Dyllan DeBusk; sisters: Gerry and
Peggy Hoey and Elizabeth DeBusk, brother: Rex Gentry; several nieces,
nephews and family of Harriman, Tn.; special friends at Sutherland Ave.
Wrecker Service. Memorial service 8 pm Friday, Mynatt Funeral Home Ftn. City
Chapel. Family will receive friends 6 to 8 pm Friday Mynatt Funeral Home
Ftn. City.

BULLARD, JOHN L., SGT. USAF RETIRED - passed away February 28, 2006 in Enid,
Oklahoma. Born January 5, 1933 to Roy and Minnie Bullard. He is preceded in
death by: his parents; and sister, Lois Overton. He is survived by: his
wife, Yoko Bullard; daughters, Sherry Hessler and Kathy Hodge; sister,
Dorothy Bullard; half brother, Nathan Bullard; half sisters, Emma, Eunice,
and Marie; nephews, Bill Overton, Rance Overton, Don Overton and Gene
Overton; nieces, Yvonne Copeland and Beverly Harris. Family and friends will
gather Friday at Mynatt Funeral Home Halls Chapel at 1:30 to go in
procession to Sharon Baptist Church Cemetery for a graveside service at 2 pm
with Dr. James Robertson officiating. The family will receive friends from
12:00 to 1:30 pm Friday at Mynatt Funeral Home Halls Chapel.

ELLIOTT, JAMES RICHARD (RICK) - age 57 of Vernal, Utah, went to be with the
Lord on February 9, 2006 after a battle with cancer. He is preceded in death
by: his parents, Dock and Aleen Elliott; sisters, Dora, Helen, Velma McNeely
and Dorothy Brown; brothers, Don and Carl. He is survived by: his wife,
Deborah; and children, son, Aaron and wife Klaudia; daughter, Kyrie;
brothers, Lawrence, Edward (Dock), Ray, Clyde and Archie; sisters, Virginia
Pierce, Barbara Perkins, Joyce Millsaps, Faye Bowman, Mae Voiles, Carolyn
Elliott; and a host of nieces and nephews. Services will be held at Mount
Olive Cemetery (Maryville Pike) on Saturday, March 4 at 11:00 a.m., Rev.
Archie Elliott will be officiating.

ELLIS, CARL EDWARD - age 82, went to be with the Lord February 28, 2006. He
was a charter member of the Bells Chapel Baptist Church. He attended Seymour
Community Christian Church. He was preceded in death by: his parents, Maggie
Bell Ellis and Ollie Edward Ellis; brother, Ollie Ellis Jr.; and sister;
Iris Rose Ellis. He is survived by: his wife of 62 years, Dorothea Croxdale
Ellis; son, Carl Edward Ellis and wife Kay; daughters, Charlene Evans and
Carolyn Sanders and husband Bob; 7 grandchildren; and 16 great
grandchildren. Carl retired from Kern's Bakery. He spent his early
retirement working with his friend Bruce Atchley at Smokey Mountain Car
Museum in Pigeon Forge. He loved old cars, fishing, whittling and drawing
cartoons for the little ones. Funeral services will be held Friday March 3,
2006 at Highland South Memorial Park at 8:00 p.m. Burial will be at 10:00
a.m. Saturday at Highland South Memorial Park. The family will receive
friends Friday from 6:00 p.m. till time of service at the funeral home.
Pallbearers will be: Mark Sanders, Craig Ellis, David Evans, Kevin Ellis,
Mike Miller, Allen Preston, and Chuck Humphrey. Highland South Memorial
Park, Funerals and Cremations is honored to serve the family of Carl Ellis.
An online register is at:

GAINER, JERRY MACK - age 75 of Knoxville passed away suddenly Tuesday
February 28, 206 at Parkwest Medical Center. Arrangements are incomplete and
will be announced later by Highland Memorial Parks and Cremations.

HALLIBURTON VORETA SHARPE - age 96, of Knoxville, passed away at Holston
Health Care on Tuesday February 28, 2006. Mrs. Halliburton retired from TVA
in 1975 after many years of loyal service. She is survived by loving
children Mary Halliburton (Rockford), Nancy and Frank Hall (Peachtree City,
GA), Ja and Lynn Halliburton (Maynardville); grandchildren Sharon and Brad
Logan (Red Lodge, MT), Hallie and Russ Kimsey (Sharpsburg, GA), Teresa
Halliburton and Daniel Kilian (Culver City, CA), Neal and Cathy
Halliburton(Mascot), Jeannie Halliburton (Astoria, OR); great-grandchildren
Jenna, Logan and Caroline Kimsey (Sharpsburg, GA); several nieces and
nephews. There will be a celebration of life service at 3:00 pm Sunday at
Gentry-Griffey Chapel Rev. Jimmy Davidson officiating. In lieu of flowers
memorials may be made to the American Cancer Association, Juvenile Diabetes
Foundation or the charity of your choice. The family will receive friends
2:00 - 3:00 pm Sunday at Gentry-Griffey Chapel.

HENLEY, THOMAS RENFRO - prominent Knoxville attorney, civil servant, and
author died Monday, February 27, 2006 at Fort Sanders Regional Medical
Center at the age of 74. Tom was born December 31, 1931 in Harriman,
Tennessee, the youngest of six boys and one girl. The family moved to
Knoxville in 1937 and Tom attended public schools, graduating from Old
Knoxville High School in 1950. The two oldest brothers were killed in World
War II, one in the India-Burma theater and one in the South Pacific near
Okinawa. Two others served in the U.S. Air Force. Henley Street and the
Henley Street Bridge in Knoxville are both named for Colonel David Henley,
his grandfather of 3 greats, and the founder of the State of Tennessee in
1796. As a young man, Tom was always active in his church, Park Lane Baptist
Church, where he met his wife-to-be, Amelia Yarnell. Tom was also an
accomplished pianist and vocalist. He obtained a degree in Chemistry in 1956
and worked for the Department of Energy in Oak Ridge as a scientific editor.
During that time Tom and his family were very active members of First
Baptist Church in Oak Ridge, participating in the church choir and served as
superintendent of the Junior Sunday School Department. The couple gave birth
to their three daughters in 1958, 1959, and 1962. They moved to Knoxville
for Tom to attend Law School. They were then an active family at Bell Avenue
Baptist Church. He graduated from the University of Tennessee School of Law
in 1968 and was admitted to the bar in August of that year. He has practiced
in many fields, including criminal law, bankruptcy, estates, corporations,
business law, civil litigation, creditor law, and advisor in patents and
copyrights. He was the first police legal advisor in Tennessee, 1971,
serving the Knoxville Police Department in police patrol, criminal
investigation, forensics, juvenile justice, and teaching in the Knoxville
Police Academy. He was also an instructor at Walters State Community College
in the Law Enforcement Technology Department teaching police patrol,
evidence, criminal law, criminal investigation, police administration, and
juvenile justice. Prior to his death, Tom served as attorney for the State
of Tennessee Department of Safety, Legal Division. Tom has published a
number of books over the years, A Time for Common Sense, 1979, Let's Send a
Message to Congress: You're Fired!, 1985, How to Start and Run Your Own
Business, 1986, Restore the Republic!, 1989, America II and The Second
Republic, 2004, A White Paper on Education, 2005, Real Sociology, 2005, and
Tennessee Civil Asset Seizure and Forfeiture Law and Practice, 2005. Mr.
Renfro was preceded in death by: his parents, Charlie Haddon Henley and
Alice Elizabeth Ann Renfro Henley; brothers, Charlie Haddon Henley and Cecil
Mark Henley (who were killed in World War II), James Lawrence Henley and
Samuel Jackson Henley. He is survived by: his loving wife of 50 years,
Amelia "Millie" Anne Yarnell Henley; three daughters; 2 sons-in-law; 8
grandchildren; and one great grandchild. They consist of: daughter, Gaye
Henley McDow, and her husband Ted McDow, and their children; Curtis and wife
Lacey, their daughter Zoee; Lori Beth, Amy, Mac and Andy McDow of
Fayetteville, Tennessee, daughter Leah Beth Henley of Fayetteville,
Tennessee and daughter Lori Ann Henley Lufkin, and her husband David A.
Lufkin, Sr. and their children, Andrew, Aaron and Amelia Lufkin. He is also
survived by one brother, Luther Glenn Henley and wife Vivian, of Heiskell,
Tennessee; one sister, Alice Ruth Henley Rickerson and husband, Rick of
Birmingham, Alabama; and sisters-in-law, Gerry Henley Fowler, Cile Henley,
and Mary Lou Henley Clark of Knoxville. A memorial service will be held in
his honor at 1:00 p.m. Sunday afternoon, March 5, 2006 at Fountain City
Presbyterian Church on Hotel Road, in Fountain City with the Reverend Max
Reddick officiating. In lieu of flowers, donations may given to the Juvenile
Diabetes Foundation, 6701 Baum Drive, Knoxville, TN 37919. Mr. Henley's
family invite messages of condolence at the on-line guest book located at: The family will receive friends immediately following
the memorial service at Fountain City Presbyterian Church. Arrangements by
Rose Mortuary Broadway Chapel.

HUNLEY, WILLIE LEE - age 93, of Andersonville, passed away Tuesday, February
28, 2006 at Mariner Health of Norris. She was born February 5, 1913 in
Anderson County, Tennessee and was a member of Mt. Pleasant United Methodist
Church. Willie is preceded in death by husband, Odus Hunley; parents, O.G.
and Nancy Melton Pyles; sisters, Minnie Simmons, Mossie Sharp and Anna Ruth
Irwin. Survived by: nephews, Leo Simmons of Andersonville, Howard "Bud"
Simmons of Andersonville; niece, Sue Mitchell of Andersonville; great nieces
and nephews, Kendall & wife Jean Mitchell of Andersonville, Brent Mitchell
of Andersonville, Kevin & wife Gail Mitchell of Andersonville, Debbie
Simmons of Andersonville, Susan Emerson & husband Ken of Roswell, GA; great
great nieces & nephews, John & wife Angie Mitchell of Andersonville, Sarah &
husband Michael Woods of Andersonville, Lela & husband Mark Holder of
Claxton, Jennifer & husband Josh Abernathy of Cartersville, GA; special
friends, Patty Stooksbury of Maynardville, Kenny Murray of Andersonville.
She also leaves behind a host of other family members. Willie will lie in
state from 1:00-2:00 PM, Friday, March 3, 2006 at Mt. Pleasant United
Methodist Church with funeral services following with Rev. Ken Abbott and
Rev. Don Jones officiating. Her burial will follow at Norris Memorial
Garden. The family has requested memorials be made to the Oak Ridge Animal
Shelter, 395 Belgrade Road, Oak Ridge, TN, 37830. Holley-Gamble Funeral Home
in Clinton is in charge of all arrangements.

KEELER, HERBERT R. - age 91 of Maryville, passed away Monday evening,
February 27, 2006 at Tanner Memorial Hospital in Villa Rica, Georgia. He
attended Caylors Chapel Missionary Baptist Church in Townsend, retired from
Alcoa with 35 years of service and a member of the 25 year club. Preceded in
death by: wife, Edith Marie Keeler; parents, William B. and Arlina Caylor
Keeler; and 6 sisters. Survivors include: his sons and daughters-in-law,
Herbert W. and Dorothy Keeler of Villa Rica, Georgia and James R. and Jonell
Keller of Douglasville, Georgia; 11 grandchildren; and 18 great
grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews. Family and friends will meet
at 1:00 p.m. Saturday, March 4, 2006 at Caylors Missionary Baptist Church
Cemetery in Townsend for the graveside service and interment, Rev. Barry
Woods officiating. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to:
Caylors Chapel Missionary Baptist Church Cemetery Fund, 486 Webb Road,
Townsend, TN 37882. Family will receive friends from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Friday at Miller Funeral Home, Maryville.

LECROY, BARBARA HOUSER - age 61, of West Knoxville, passed away Wednesday,
March 1, 2006 at her home. A warm and loving woman with a wide range of
friends. She was of the Baptist faith and retired Secretary-Treasurer of
Cumberland Clarklift. Preceded in death by father, Paul Houser. Survivors
include husband, Gordon LeCroy; son and daughter-in-law, John and Teresa
LeCroy of Morristown; daughters and sons-in-law, Michelle and Chris Steitz,
and Cynthia and Brad Sheley all of Knoxville; grandchildren, Gordon Whiton
and Allison Gail LeCroy, Emme Kathleen, Braden Scott, and Caroline Michelle
Sheley; mother, Evelyn Houser of Knoxville; brothers and sisters-in-law,
James and Judy Houser of Kodak, Paul and Rosemary Houser of Knoxville;
sister and brother-in-law, Carol and Alvin Scott of Knoxville. Funeral
services will be 8:30 pm Thursday in the chapel of Bridges Funeral Home with
Dr. Larry Fields officiating. Family and friends will meet 10:15 am Friday
at Woodlawn Cemetery for a 10:30 am interment service. Memorials may be made
to the American Cancer Society, 871 Weisgarber Road, Knoxville, TN 37909.
The family will receive friends 6:30-8:30 pm Thursday at Bridges Funeral
Home, 5430 Rutledge Pike, 523-4999.

MILLER, MR. MURRELL - age 54, passed away on February 28, 2006 at his
residence in Lebanon. Mr. Miller, an Air Force veteran and U.T. Knoxville
alumni, was a business service network manager, TN District, of the U.S.
Postal Service where he had been an employee for 25 years. He is preceded in
death by his father, James Robert Miller. Survivors include wife of 22
years, Elaine Cox Miller; 2 children: Kristie (James) Sweet of Florida and
Matthew Miller of Lebanon; 2 grandchildren: Christopher Sweet and Madeline
Schimenti; brother: Jim (Margie) Miller of Knoxville; 2 nephews: Jim and
Derek Miller of Knoxville; aunts: Jean (Howard) Luttrell of Lenoir City,
Edna (Bill) Nesbitt of Knoxville, Carolyn (Duane) Hill of Gordonsville, and
Lilly (Francis) Park of Knoxville; and uncle: Dr. Murrell (Rebecca)
Cunningham of St. Louis MO. Services, conducted by Dr. Murrell Cunningham,
are at 1 p.m., Friday, March 3, 2006 at Sellars Funeral Home. Visitation is
from 3-8 p.m. on Thursday, and from 11-service on Friday at Sellars Funeral
Home, Lebanon, Tenn. Graveside service at the Highland South Cemetery in
Knoxville TN is at 1 p.m., Saturday, March 4, 2006. Family and friends will
serve as pallbearers.

MILLER, STEPHEN (CHRIS) - age 57, of Jacksboro, passed away Saturday,
February 4, 2006. He was the former owner of Chris Miller Construction
Company and a member of Jacksboro United Methodist Church. He was a graduate
of the Ohio State University and an avid Buckeye fan. He was preceded in
death by father Herman Miller. Survivors: mother, Lucille Miller and close
family friend Margaret Fox; step mother Virginia Miller; brother and sister
in law, Barry and Liz Miller; sisters and brother in laws, Jeanette and Ed
Jamison, Jean and Dan Brinkman, nieces and nephews, Brett, Kevin and Lisa
Miller, Frank Jamison and Brook Winters, Erick Collar, Crystal and Joe
Brinkman; several great nieces and nephews; best friends, Suzi Miller, Steve
Shields, Michael and Shirley Robbins. In lieu of flowers donations may be
made to the Jacksboro United Methodist Church Family Life Center Building
Fund; 108 Liberty Street, Jacksboro, TN 37757. A memorial service will be
5:00 p.m., Saturday, February 11, 2006 at the Jacksboro United Methodist
Church. Announcement by Mynatt Funeral Home, Fountain City

PHILLIPS, TAMMY N. - age 44 of Knoxville, passed February 28, 2006. Family
will receive friends Friday March 3, 2006 from 6 to 8 pm at the Weaver
Funeral Home. Burial will at Woodlawn Cemetery at 11 am Saturday, March 4,
2006. Weaver Funeral Home in Charge of arrangements.

RIMMER, NANCY S. - age 66 of Dandridge died suddenly, Tuesday, February 28,
2006 at her home following a battle with lung cancer and kidney dialysis.
She was born, July 24, 1939 in West Palm Beach, FL; following her marriage
to Art Rimmer they lived in Dandridge for several years and then moved to
Wyoming before retiring back to Dandridge. Nancy received her Registered
Nurse degree from Georgia Baptist Nursing School and had worked for various
medical doctors and facilities during her working career. Preceded in death
by her husband, Arthur Rimmer Sr.; son, Arthur Rimmer Jr. Survivors: son:
Joe and wife Susan Rimmer of Sanford, FL; daughter: Suzanne and husband Alan
Holmes of Maryville; grandchildren: Stephen, Jay and Will Rimmer, Wes and
Brad Holmes, Delaney and Jack McReynolds; sisters: Barbara and husband Billy
Pinkston of Jupiter, FL, Rhenora Beasley of Latana, FL; brother: Stephen
Sasser and wife Kathy of Casper, Wyoming. She will be sadly missed by her
extended family and friends at the Wagon Wheel Restaurant who she loved and
cherished dearly; John and Glenda Owens, Jean Vittetoe, Wilma Owens,
Penny(Rachel) Loveday, Diana Siviter, Summer Shurts, Sidra Duty, Michael
(Puggy) Poore, Marjorie Tipton, Tammy Deering and Taylor Owens. The family
would like to sincerely thank oncologist, Dr. Jerry Foster, and the
Morristown Dialysis Clinic and their staff of wonderful nurses and employees
for all their care and attention. Graveside funeral services, Saturday 11:00
am at Balch Cemetery with Rev. Darrell Chambers and Guy Huff delivering the
eulogy. In lieu of flowers the family request that memorials be made the
Nursing Program c/o Jefferson Co. High School, 115 West Dumplin Valley Rd.,
Dandridge, TN 37725. Friends may call at their convenience Friday afternoon
and evening at Farrar Funeral Home, Dandridge.

STARSKY, PHIL age 37, Johnson City, died Tuesday, February 28, 2006, at his
residence. A native a Toledo, Ohio, he was the son of Dan and Linda Starsky
of Miami, FL. Mr. Starsky was a graduate of UT Knoxville where he earned a
Bachelor's Degree in Communications. He was the branch manager for
Enterprise Rent-A-Car in Bristol, having previously been the branch manager
in Johnson City. Mr. Starsky hobbies were all sports especially UT football,
golf, and NASCAR racing. In addition to his parents, survivors include: his
wife, Kerry Gail Starsky of Johnson City; two step-daughters, Carah Akers
and Hillary Akers both of Bristol, VA; a sister, Jane Starsky of Fishers,
IN; and a niece, Lily Dew, Fishers, IN. The Celebration of Life Service for
Phil Starsky will be conducted at 2:00 pm, Friday, March 3rd in the Sunrise
Chapel of Tetrick Funeral Services, Johnson City, with Pastor Don Arnurius
and Mr. Terry Muse officiating. The eulogy will be delivered by Mr. Hardy
Link. The family will receive friends from 1:00-2:00 pm in the chapel prior
to the service. Honorary pallbearers will be: Lee LaPrade, Scott Arnurius,
Hardy Link, David Mauney, Jeremy Damron, Jeff Olandt, Mark Robinson, and
Christopher "C.J." Johnston. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may
be given to JCMC Hospice of Washington County, 101 MedTech Parkway, Suite
100, Johnson City, TN 37604 or to American Cancer Society, Testicular and
Sarcoma, and Taracoma Research, 508 Princeton Road, Suite 102, Johnson City,
TN 37601-2030. A special thank you to Dr. Frederick Klein, Dr. Richard
Grapski and the Johnson City Medical Center Hospice Team. Condolences and
memories may be shared with the family by visiting: Arrangements for the Starsky family are through
Tetrick Funeral & Cremation Services, 3001 Peoples Street, Johnson City, TN
37604 (423) 610-7171.

WATKINS, EDITH - age 83 of Knoxville passed away Tuesday February 28, 2006
at St. Mary's Hospital. She was a member of Lea Springs Baptist Church and
was preceded in death by her husband Sam Watkins and parents Ernest and
Gincy Akins, sister Shirley Knight, brothers Edd and Ronnie Akins. Mrs.
Watkins is survived by her children, Don Watkins and his wife Pat of
Seymour, Sammy Watkins, Jr. of Mascot, Warren Watkins and wife Debbie of
Florida, Pat Merriman and husband Tommy of Seymour, Jim Watkins and wife
Billie of Knoxville, Ruby Laxton and husband Craig of Mascot, Brenda
Williams and her husband Ron of Flordia, Larry Watkins of Florida, Janice
French and her husband Nick of Mascot, Gary Watkins and his wife Cindy of
Blaine; 20 grandchildren and 19 great-grandchildren; sisters Anna Mae Manhon
of Kentucky, Betty and her husband Delmar of Kentucky, Ethel Issac and her
husband Jr. of Kentucky and Sue & Roy of Ohio; brothers, Irvin Akins and his
wife Retha of Kentucky, Terry Akins and his wife Barbara of Kentucky. The
family will receive friends Friday March 3, 2006 from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm at
McCarty Mortuary 4004 Holston Dr. The service will be at 12:00 noon Saturday
March 4, 2006 in the Chapel of McCarty Mortuary with Rev. Paul Owens and
Rev. Charlie Lynch officiating. The interment will will follow in the East
View Memorial Gardens. Pallbearers will be Donnie Watkins, Jimmy Brewer,
Randy Brewer, Eric French, Steve Watkins, Todd Andrews and Matthew Andrews.
McCarty Mortuary 4004 Holston Drive is in charge of the arrangements.

WILLOUGHBY, LAWRENCE "LARRY" - age 69 of Greenback, TN, passed away
Wednesday, March 1, 2006, at his home. He was a member of Bakers Creek
Presbyterian Church, and was a veteran having served with the U. S. Navy. He
was preceded in death by: his brothers, W. L. and Franklin Sarver; sister,
Linda Willoughby; and one grandson, Ben. Survivors include his wife, Betty
Willoughby; sons, Larry Thomas Willoughby, Cliff R. Willoughby; daughters,
Jennifer Mudd, Frances Hawley, Dianne Whitlock; grandchildren, Ann Mudd,
Tarah, Lauren, Kellyn Hawley, Eryn Willoughby; sisters, Martha Sarver, Sara
Pharris, Belva Kerr; brother, Dwight Sarver; several nieces and nephews.
Funeral services will be held at 8:00 p.m. Friday in McCammon-Ammons-Click
Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Ron Sabo officiating. The interment will be at
10:00 a.m. Saturday at Bakers Creek Cemetery. The family will receive
friends from 6-8:00 p.m. Friday at McCammon-Ammons-Click Funeral Home,
Maryville, TN. McCammon-Ammons-Click Funeral Home, Maryville, TN

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