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Obituaries

  • Cleopatra Halburnt Brown, 86

        Cleopatra Halburnt Brown, 86, passed away Thursday, May 14.  
    She was a member of First Baptist Church, Oliver Springs.
        Mrs. Brown was preceded in death by her husband, John Brown Jr.; daughter, Barbara Brown; mother, Cleopatra (Cross) Halburnt Webber; father, Edgar Halburnt; and step-mother, Blanche Freels Halburnt; and four grandchildren.

  • Sandra Kay Moore, 47

        Sandra Kay Moore, 47, of Petros, passed away Sunday, May 17, at her parent’s home.  
        She is preceded in death by her grandparents, Clifford and Nellie Moore and George and Mauline Morgan.
        Ms. Moore is survived by her daughters, Beverly Danyell Bunch and husband Lynn, Brittany Rieann McMinn and husband Greg, Shania Kaylee Snow and Dylan Sise and Brooke Maeann Snow; mother, Violet Moore; father, Alonzo Moore; sister, Betty Bunch and husband Bo; and six grandchildren.

  • Judy C. Knox Stanley

        Judy C. Knox Stanley, of Deer Lodge, passed away Saturday, May 16.
        She is survived by her husband of 50 years, Ernie Stanley; children, Joe Stanley and wife Melanie of Mossy Grove, Allen Stanley of Knoxville and Connie Baker and Katy Stanley of Chattanooga; grandchildren, Allison Moe of Oak Ridge and Emily Messer of Powell; brother, Jim Knox of Harriman; and nephews, Zandy Knox and Andrew Knox of Wartburg.

  • Jimmie C. ‘Jim’ Schubert, 87

        Jimmie C. (Jim) Schubert, of Wartburg, passed away peacefully at home May 10, 2015, he was 87.
        He was a long time member of Liberty Baptist Church and a devout Christian.
        Jim was a U.S. Navy Veteran having served in the Asiatic-Pacific Theatre during WW II, earning the WWII Victory Medal. Before retirement Jim worked as a master mechanic with several area dealerships and opened Jim’s Garage in Wartburg in 1962.  

  • Frank Gilliam, 82

        Frank Gilliam, 82, of Wartburg, formerly of Chicago, Ill. met his Heavenly Father, Monday, May 11.  
        He was met by his loving family who went on before him.      

  • Kenneth E. Bane, 74

        Kenneth E. Bane, 74, of Oliver Springs, passed away Tuesday, May 5, at Park West Medical Center, Knoxville.
        He served in the U.S. Navy.
        Mr. Bane was preceded in death by his parents, Sewell and Jennie Mae Westmoreland Bane.
        He is survived by his wife, Margaret Dean Bane; daughter, Regina Evans and husband Dennis of Rockwood; sons, Kenneth W. Bane and wife Shea of Knoxville and Benjamin D. Bane of Paducah, Ky.; and four grandchildren.

  • Justin Edward Butler, 27

        Justin Edward Butler, 27, of Oliver Springs, passed away Sunday, May 10, at home.  
        He was a member of the Ridgepoint Church at Solway.
        Mr. Butler was preceded in death by his parents, Carlos Butler and Carolyn Hall Byrge; grandfather, Edward Hall; and daughter, Lucy Jane Butler.
        He is survived by his wife, Randi Renee Butler; grandmother, Betty Hall of Oliver Springs; and step-father, Mike McClean.

  • Thomas Lee Lowery, 99

        Thomas Lee Lowery, 99, of Harriman, passed away Monday, May 11, at Harriman Health Care and Rehabilitation Center.
        He served his country in the U.S. Army during WWII.
        Mr. Lowery was preceded in death by his parents, Lem and Cora Lowery; wife, Susie Russell Lowery; sons, Glenn Lowery and James Thomas Lowery; and one grandson.

  • Shirley Trentham, 62

        Shirley Trentham, 62 of Harriman, passed away Friday, May 8, at Parkwest Medical Center in Knoxville.
        She was preceded in death by her parents, Elmer and Irma Lemons; and daughter, Christy Trentham.
        Ms. Trentham is survived by her daughter, Tina and husband Michael Dandron; son, David Trentham; and three grandchildren.

  • Clarence Douglass Wells Sr., 89

        Clarence Douglass Wells, Sr., 89, of Loudon, passed passed away Monday, May 4, at home.
        He was member of the Oak Grove Baptist Church in Midtown.
        Mr. Wells was preceded in death by his wife, Dezora Wells; father, Hughie Wells; and mother, Millie Ester Wells.