Afton Obituaries

Afton Obituaries

Local obituary notices in Afton, TN

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  • Tuesday Dec 11 | via The Greenville Sun 

    Kling A. Gaby

    Kling A. Gaby, 78, of Greeneville, passed away on Sunday. He was a native of Greene County and grew up and lived in the Ottway community most of his life.

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  • Thursday Nov 29 | via The Greenville Sun 

    Jacob Lynn McAmis

    Jacob was class president of his class his junior and senior years. He loved sports and was active in school activities.

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  • Tuesday Nov 27 | via The Greenville Sun 

    Matthew Tyler Castle

    He is survived by his girlfriend: Amelia Tuorila; two sons: Campbell Tyler and Colton Drake; father: Randall Castle; brother: Corey Castle; sister: Alison Castle; aunts and uncles: James and Tracie McKay, Stacy and Karen Barker; and great-aunt and great-uncles: Bill and Elizabeth Smith and John McKay. He is preceded in death by his mother: Sherrie McKay Castle; grandparents: Robert and Joan McKay; and great aunt: Judy McKay.

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  • Monday Nov 26 | via The Greenville Sun 

    Vivian Irene Thompson

    She is survived by her husband: Donald Thompson; two sons: Jimmy Thompson, of South Greene, and his special friend, Tonya Percell, and Jason and Christa Thompson, of Chuckey; grandchildren: Emily, T.J., Sam, Kody, Corbin, Sandy and Michelle; sisters: Viola Moore, Marcella DeVault and Mary and Gerald Knight; brothers: Jack and Kathy Shipley, and Wally Shipley ; mother-in-law: Katherine Stuart; and sister-in-law: Judy Shipley. Mrs. Thompson was preceded in death by her parents: Zeneth and Loretta Shipley; daughter: Angie Thompson; brother: Donald "Duck" Shipley; brothers-in-law: Don Moore, and Justin DeVault.

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  • Friday Nov 23 | via The Greenville Sun 

    Lorean Gunter Hensley Dearing

    Survivors include her husband: Charles Dearing, of Limestone; three sons and a daughter-in-law: Russell and Angie Hensley, of Mosheim, and Jarrod Hensley and Clayton Hensley, both of Afton; three daughters and sons-in-law: Dixie Dearing Rupert, of Limestone, Rose Ann and Tim Wilburn, of Greeneville, and Candy and Robert Marshall, of the Union Temple community and Corey Beal; eight grandchildren: Jacob Hensley and Jada Hensley, of Mosheim, Dilyn Hensley, of Greeneville, Alex and Kendall Dearing Stitzel, of Greeneville, Kennedy Marshall, of Union Temple, Cody Rupert and Caleb Rupert, of Limestone, and Coleman Beal; a great-grandson: Chayton Stitzel; two sisters: Bonnie Gunter, of Afton, and Sarah Ann Norton, of Chuckey; three brothers: Jack "Jake" Gunter and George Gunter, both of the Camp Creek community, and Frank Gunter, of the Greystone community; and several nieces and nephews.

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  • Saturday Nov 17 | via The Greenville Sun 

    Rex Ronald Roberts

    He and his wife had spent the last 27 years in the Charlotte, North Carolina area, where Mr. Roberts owned and operated his own company, Dixie Sewing Machine Co. After Rex was diagnosed with Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis, he retired and they returned to Conyers to be close to their two sons and their families.

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  • Friday Nov 16 | via The Greenville Sun 

    Dorothy Seaton

    Survivors include a daughter: Leslie Rocel, of the home; a stepson: Melvin Seaton; three grandchildren: Matthew Rocel and Abigail Rocel, of the home and Jimmy Seaton, of Greeneville; a very special friend: Leonard McGill; a brother: Bobby Britton, of Greeneville; and a sister: Linda Swatzell, of Afton. She was preceded in death by her husband: Gene Seaton; her parents: George and Grace Loraine Britton; a sister: Anna Mae Bird; and two brothers: Kyle Britton and Howard Britton.

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