Benton Obituaries

Benton Obituaries

Local obituary notices in Benton, TN

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  • Saturday Jul 7 | via Cleveland Daily Banner 

    Margaret Jeanette Keith

    She was a lifelong resident of Benton and Etowah. She worked in management for many different companies and organizations in the food service and textile industries.

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  • Saturday Jul 7 | via Cleveland Daily Banner 

    Kathlena Key

    She was preceded in death by her parents, Guy and Carrie Burchfiel Hickey; son, Nathan Patrick Johnson; and grandson, Thomas Patrick Johnson. She is survived by her children: Guy William Johnson of Old Fort, Joseph Grant Johnson of Delano, Kimberly Jucinda Johnson and fiance, Jason Hatchel, of Delano, and Charles Robert Johnson of Benton; grandchildren: Brooke and Emily Johnson, Joseph II, Cherokee, Noah and Katy Johnson, Janessa Hatchel, Tyler Harrison and Taya Dover, Traygen, Jacob, Jaxon and Jaidyn Kathlena Johnson, Jocie and Alex Johnson of Port Richey, Fla.; sister, Gianetta Cline of Benton; and several great-grandchildren, nieces, nephews and extended family members.

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  • Jun 12, 2018 | via Cleveland Daily Banner 

    Ralph E. Borden Sr.

    Ralph E. Borden Sr. , 81, a resident of Cleveland, passed away on Saturday, June 9, 2018, at Bradley Healthcare. He played basketball for Templeton Hill School, where he was known by many as "Buddy Brock."

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  • Jun 7, 2018 | via Cleveland Daily Banner 

    Barbara Ann Funderburk Haack

    She was a resident of Benton since 1998, where most of her friends called her "Miss Barb." She loved going out several nights a week and singing karaoke with her friends.

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  • Jun 1, 2018 | via Cleveland Daily Banner 

    Barbara Ann Funderburk Haack

    She was a resident of Benton since 1998, where most of her friends called her "Miss Barb." She loved going out several nights a week and singing karaoke with her friends.

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  • May 24, 2018 | via Cleveland Daily Banner 

    Tommy Wayne Gentry

    He enjoyed working on cars, but more than anything he loved his family, especially his grandchildren. He was the man with a working hand with a smooth touch to soothe a child's soul.

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