Greeneville Obituaries

Greeneville Obituaries

Local obituary notices in Greeneville, TN

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  • 11 min ago | via The Greenville Sun 

    Paul Hugh Barner

    Paul was a member of Friendship Baptist Church, where he served many years as a Deacon. Paul retired after 42 years from the Greeneville City Schools system as a school bus driver.

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  • 18 min ago | via The Greenville Sun 

    Harold Clifton Kimery

    He is survived by two daughters and one son-in-law: Charlene Wolfe and Henry Sager, of the South Central community, and Julie and Raymond Walker, of Mohawk; two sons and daughters-in-law: Jimmy and Kathy Kimery. of Greeneville, and Ricky and Kumyon Kimery, of York, South Carolina; five grandchildren: Lisa, Christopher, Jonathan, Dustin and Brooke; nine great grandchildren; three brothers: Robert Kimery and wife Fran, of South Central, Charles Kimery and wife Helen, of Marion, Indiana, and Mike Kimery, of Bristol, Virginia; two sisters: Betty Caudill and husband Delmar, and Mary Amburgey, both of South Central; and several nieces and nephews.

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  • Yesterday | via The Greenville Sun 

    William F. 'Bill' Byrne

    A memorial service for Dr. William F. "Bill" Byrne, who died Nov. 19, 2018, will be held at Notre Dame Catholic Church in Greeneville Saturday at 11 a.m. Father Dan Whitman, pastor of Notre Dame, will conduct the ceremony. The church is located at 212 Mt.

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  • Yesterday | via The Greenville Sun 

    Mary Broyles Spear

    Mrs. Spear was a registered nurse with Greene County Department of Public Health prior to her retirement. While employed, she implemented the first school nurse program and served as chairman of the Board of Directors of the First Tennessee Community Health Agency created by Gov. Ned McWherter.

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  • Yesterday | via The Greenville Sun 

    Joe C. Buchanan

    He was a faithful member of Brown Springs Baptist Church. Joe enjoyed spending time with his family and had been a devoted Christian since childhood.

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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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  • Monday Dec 10 | via The Greenville Sun 

    W. Shane Hughes

    Shane was a native of Sulphur Springs and had lived in the Tri-Cities area for most of his life. In addition to his mother, Shane was preceded in death by his grandparents Dempsey and Lori Fleming, and Homer and Eula Hughes; as well as his uncles: Larry Hughes and James Keener.

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  • Saturday Dec 8 | via The Greenville Sun 

    James Melvin Dupkoski

    Survivors include his wife: Teresa Dupkoski, of Greeneville; mother: Rosie Dupkoski, of Johnson City; daughter: Tashia Dupkoski, of Greeneville; sons: Daniel Dupkoski and his wife, Jennie, of Johnson City, Joshua Dupkoski, of Greeneville, Matthew Dupkoski, of Bulls Gap, and Joseph Dupkoski and his fiancee, Tiffany Miser, of Greeneville; one brother: Allen and his wife, Noi, of Morristown; and several grandchildren, nieces and nephews, including nephew: Mark Dupkoski. A memorial service will be 5 p.m. Sunday at Brown Springs Baptist Church in Mosheim.

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  • Thursday Dec 6 | via The Greenville Sun 

    William Davis Campbell

    He was born Jan. 18, 1934, in Greeneville and was a son of the late Frank Lee and Mary E. Anderson Campbell. Bill was a member of Greenville Masonic Lodge No.

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  • Monday Dec 3 | via The Greenville Sun 

    Max Lee Johnson

    Mr. Johnson was a faithful member of Unity Chapel Church, where he served as superintendent as long as his health permitted. Survivors include his wife of 44 years: Berylann Brown Johnson; a daughter: Crystal Johnson; one son and daughter-in-law: Kevin and Robbyn Johnson; three brothers and two sisters-in-law: Robert and Joel Bryan, of North Carolina, and Homer and Brenda Bryan, and Oren Johnson Jr., both of Rogersville; two sisters and brothers-in-law: Gloria and Willis Southerland, of Rogersville, and Debbie and Benny Jenkins, of Chuckey; a sister-in-law: Kathy Bryan; and several nieces and nephews.

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  • Thursday Nov 29 | via The Greenville Sun 

    Molly Bernice Morris

    Survivors include three daughters: Patsy Bradley and Betty Beach, of Mosheim, and Gwinne Freytag, of Ohio; grandchildren: Steve , Mike and Kevin Metcalf, of Greene County, Brandon Freytag and Jessica Freytag, of Ohio; 10 great-grandchildren; and two great-great-grandchildren. To view our latest e-Edition click the image on the left.

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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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  • Thursday Nov 29 | via The Greenville Sun 

    SNAP Calls For 3rd-Party Investigation

    A group of survivors of priest abuses is continuing calls for a third party to investigate the Catholic Church and allegations against priests. Former Priest Willam Casey is among four former pastors at Notre Dame Catholic Church in Greeneville listed among 13 priests and former priests accused or convicted of sexually abusing a minor.

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  • Wednesday Nov 28 | via The Greenville Sun 

    Wanda Carolyn Ottem

    Survivors include one son and daughter-in-law: Allen and Sandra Bowman, of Mosheim; grandchildren: Tyler, Corey and Dylan Bowman; one great-grandchild: Brylan; one sister: Linda Duncan; one brother: Jimmy Dale Campbell; and several nieces, nephews, special friends, and neighbors. To view our latest e-Edition click the image on the left.

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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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  • Tuesday Nov 27 | via The Greenville Sun 

    Donald Clyde 'Peanut' Lowery

    Donald Clyde "Peanut" Lowery, 75, of Brown Springs Road, Greeneville, died Saturday at Select Specialty Hospital in Bristol while surrounded by his loving family. Don was a man of few words.

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  • Monday Nov 26 | via The Greenville Sun 

    James Jones

    Survivors include his wife of 17 years: Ruth Henderson Jones; son and daughter-in-law: Brian and Stacy Jones; daughters and son-in-law: Brandie and Stacy Sullivan and Jennifer Henderson; sister: Cora Sue Barkley; sisters-in-law: Shirley Jones and Kathy White; brothers-in-law and spouses: Billy and Darla Dean, Robert and Lori Dean, and Taylor Laster; grandsons: Spencer Cutshall, Garrett Cutshall, Carter Church, Dalton Henderson, Ethan Dykes, Eli Dykes and Stacy Sullivan Jr.; several nieces and nephews; and best friends: Benny Dean and Robert Conner. Interment will follow in Zion Cemetery at Baileyton.

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  • Friday Nov 23 | via The Greenville Sun 

    Sandra Louise Harrison Jent

    Survivors include her mother: Ina Ruth Harrison, of Mosheim; sister: Barbara Johnson, of Mosheim; brother: Richard Harrison, of Mosheim; niece: Sarah Johnson, of Mosheim; nephew: Weston Johnson, of Mosheim; great-nephew: Trenton Johnson, of Mosheim; a special friend: Teresa Jones, of Greeneville; and several aunts, uncles and cousins. She was preceded in death by her father: Paul Harrison; her paternal grandparents: Boyd and Susie Harrison; her maternal grandparents: Glen and Lona Bowens; her uncle: Jerry Bowens; and several other aunts and uncles.

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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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  • Friday Nov 23 | via The Greenville Sun 

    Betty B. Casteel Brown

    She was a daughter of the late Cecil and Bertha Ann Casteel and was preceded in death by her husband: Carl Brown; son: Carroll Brown; sisters: Madge Casteel, Louise Jones, Nell Brown, Jalay Harmon and Martyne Bowlin; and brothers: W.D. Casteel, Ted Casteel and Jerry Casteel. The family will receive friends from 4-7 p.m. Sunday at Kiser-Rose Hill Funeral Home.

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