Clarksville Obituaries

Clarksville Obituaries

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  • Yesterday | via Camden Chronicle Independent 

    John Edward Harris

    CAMDEN Funeral services for John Edward Harris, 66, will be held today at 11:00 a.m. at Powers Funeral Home with burial to follow in Fort Jackson National Cemetery. The Rev.

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  • Thursday | via Lewistown Sentinel 

    Elizabeth A. - Betty' Ripka

    Elizabeth A. "Betty" Ripka, 81, of Lewistown went to be with her Lord and Savior at 5:09 p.m. Monday, July 18, 2016, at the Geisinger Medical Center-Danville. Born July 3, 1935, in Altoona, she was the daughter of the late Robert Paul and Anna Winifred Davis.

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  • Thursday Jul 14 | via Cleveland Daily Banner 

    Public service for Pat will be today at UT

    Pat Summitt will be honored posthumously today in the basketball arena where she orchestrated some of her greatest victories. Some of Summitt's closest friends, family members and former players already gathered in Clarksville for a private funeral June 30, two days after she died at the age of 64. Thursday's ceremony at Thompson-Boling Arena gives the public a chance to pay tribute to the former Tennessee women's basketball coach, who won eight national titles and 1,098 games in her 38-year tenure.

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  • Wednesday Jul 13 | via White Lake Beacon 

    Public service for Pat Summitt will be on Tennessee'...

    Some of Summitt's closest friends, family members and former players already gathered in Clarksville, Tennessee, for a private funeral June 30, two days after she died at the age of 64. Thursday's ceremony at Thompson-Boling Arena gives the public a chance to pay tribute to the former Tennessee women's basketball coach, who won eight national titles and 1,098 games in her 38-year tenure. "This is for the fans as well as for her family and her friends," said Erin Freeman, who has been serving as a Summitt family spokeswoman.

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  • Sunday Jul 3 | via The Courier 

    Obituary: Dwight Earnest

    Dwight D. "Ernie" Earnest, 73, of Pottsville passed away Tuesday, June 21, 2016, at Mercy Hospital in Fort Smith. The son of Daniel P. and Bannie Earnest, he was born April 10, 1943, in Tazewell County, Va.

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  • Saturday Jul 2 | via Herald-Citizen 

    Raymond Haynes Ballard

    Raymond Haynes Ballard, 86, of Algood, passed away Wednesday, June 29, 2016, at Cookeville Regional Medical Center. No services are planned, and his remains are to be cremated.

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  • Thursday Jun 30 | via Floyd County Times 

    DeRossett remembers Summitt

    Prestonsburg High School football head coach John DeRossett is one of the many coaches from around the country who had the opportunity to learn a thing or two from legendary University of Tennessee women's basketball head coach Pat Summit. Summitt passed away at age 64 on Tuesday morning, leaving behind a tremendous legacy.

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  • Tuesday Jun 28 | via The Jackson Sun 

    UTM friends remember Pat Summitt

    Julia Brundige was a teammate of Pat Head Summitt's at on the women's basketball team at UT Martin in 1972-73 when the two had a conversation one night after practice. UTM friends remember Pat Summitt Julia Brundige was a teammate of Pat Head Summitt's at on the women's basketball team at UT Martin in 1972-73 when the two had a conversation one night after practice.

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  • Tuesday Jun 28 | via WLNS-TV Lansing 

    Legendary Lady Vols coach Pat Summitt dies at 64

    Legendary Lady Vols Head Coach Emeritus Pat Summitt has died. Her son Tyler Summitt released a statement early Tuesday morning: Since 2011, my mother has battled her toughest opponent, early onset dementia, 'Alzheimer's Type,' and she did so with bravely fierce determination just as she did with every opponent she ever faced.

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  • Tuesday Jun 28 | via WTNH 

    Pat Summitt, legendary Lady Vols coach, dies at 64

    Legendary Lady Vols Head Coach Emeritus Pat Summitt has died. Her son Tyler Summitt released a statement early Tuesday morning: Since 2011, my mother has battled her toughest opponent, early onset dementia, 'Alzheimer's Type,' and she did so with bravely fierce determination just as she did with every opponent she ever faced.

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  • Tuesday Jun 28 | via Daily Times 

    Honoring Pat: What they're saying

    Flowers began to appear on Pat Summitt Plaza Tuesday morning on the University of Tennessee campus just hours after Summitt's family announced the death of the legendary Lady Vol coach. This is one simple statement that Patricia Sue Head Summitt embodied, lived by and passed on to so many throughout her 64 years of life.

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  • Tuesday Jun 28 | via KCRG 

    Pat Summitt, legendary women's basketball coach, dea...

    Pat Summitt, the legendary University of Tennessee women's basketball coach, died today in Tennessee, the Pat Summitt Foundation announced this morning. She was 64. Her son, Tyler Summitt, said in a statement, "She died peacefully this morning at Sherrill Hill Senior Living in Knoxville surrounded by those who loved her most."

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  • Tuesday Jun 28 | via The Jackson Sun 

    Legendary Vols coach Pat Summitt dies at 64

    Pat Summitt was born on June 14, 1952 in Clarksville. She was named NCAA Coach of the Year seven times and is a member of six halls of fame.

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  • Tuesday Jun 28 | via The Jersey Journal 

    Coaching legend Pat Summitt dies: Rutgers' C. Vivian...

    Women's college basketball pioneer Pat Summitt was born and raised in Clarksville, Tenn., a deep South city that also had been the hometown of Olympic trendsetter Wilma Randolph and, for a short time in the 1960s, legendary rocker Jimi Hendrix. A few states to the North, C. Vivian Stringer became a trendsetting coalminer's daughter who sued to become the first black cheerleader in a decade at her high school in Edenborn, Pa., a tiny town near the Pennsylvania-West Virginia border that's about 50 miles south of Pittsburgh.

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  • Tuesday Jun 28 | via The Trussville Tribune 

    Legendary coach Pat Summitt dies

    After a long battle with dementia, legendary coach Pat Summitt has died, her family announced on Tuesday morning. Summitt posted more college basketball wins than any coach in the history of the game.

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  • Tuesday Jun 28 | via NBA.com 

    Legendary women's basketball coach Summitt dies at 64

    Former University of Tennessee women's basketball coach Pat Summitt , who amassed more than 1,000 career wins at the school and won eight nationl championships there, has died at age 64. The news was first announced via the Pat Summit Foundation's Twitter account. It is with deep sadness that The Pat Summitt Foundation announces the passing of our beloved Pat Summitt.

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  • Tuesday Jun 28 | via WPMT-TV York 

    Pat Summit, former Tennessee Womena s basketball coa...

    Pat Summitt, who built the University of Tennessee's Lady Volunteers into a perennial power on the way to becoming the winningest coach in the history of major college basketball, has died. She was 64. In her 38 years at Tennessee, Summitt won eight national titles and 1,098 games - the most by any Division 1 basketball coach, male or female.

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  • Tuesday Jun 28 | via WAVE-TV Louisville 

    Legendary basketball coach Pat Summitt dies at 64

    Summitt led the Tennessee Lady Volunteers basketball team to eight national championships and won 1,098 games in her 38-year career - more than any other coach, men's or women's, in college basketball history. In June 2016, her family announced they were expecting the worst after her condition worsened.

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  • Tuesday Jun 28 | via New Hampshire Public Radio - 

    Pat Summitt, Legendary Tennessee Basketball Coach, D...

    Summitt, who coached the Lady Volunteers for 38 years, won 1,098 games and is the leader in all-time wins by a Division I college basketball coach - men's or women's. She led the school to eight national championships, and is a member of the Basketball Hall of Fame.

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  • Tuesday Jun 28 | via WPTV Local News 

    Pat Summitt, basketball pioneer, dies at 64

    Pat Summitt, the winningest coach in Division I college basketball history, has passed away due to complications of Alzheimer's disease. She was 64. In a statement issued Tuesday morning, Summitt's son confirmed the legendary former University of Tennessee women's basketball coach died peacefully "surrounded by those who loved her most," according to the Associated Press.

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