Greeneville Obituaries

Greeneville Obituaries

Local obituary notices in Greeneville, TN

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  • 11 hrs ago | via The Greenville Sun 

    Henry Allen Necessary

    Henry was born on Aug. 30, 1984, in Kingsport to the late William and Margaret Sanders Necessary, and grew up in Greeneville. Those left to cherish his memory are two sisters: Betty Mallory and her husband, Thomas, and Annia Elkins and her husband, Wayne; three brothers: Johnny Necessary and his wife, Teresa, Timmy Necessary and his wife, Samantha Morrow, and Will Necessary and his wife, Sheila; and several nieces and nephews.

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  • 11 hrs ago | via The Greenville Sun 

    Donald Edward Kinnaley

    He is survived by his children: Ryan Edward and Allison Elizabeth, both of Greeneville; their mother: Jodie; and his parents: Edward and Ruth Kinnaley of Payne, Ohio.

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  • Thursday | via The Greenville Sun 

    Vickie S. Carter

    Survivors include one son and daughter-in-law: Roger K. and Kimberly Carter of Afton; one stepson: Marcus Carter and his wife, Vickie, of Greeneville; three brothers and sisters-in-law: Henry and Teresa Martin, Paul and Rebecca Martin, and David and Sherry Martin; one sister: Mary Ann Martin Slagle; several nieces and nephews; special friends: Gene Odell, Kay Malone, Peggy Idell, Maxine Dunn, Darrell Key, Sammy and Diane Morelock, Phyllis Britton Malone, Teresa Carter, and her friends at Union FWB Church and the Ottway Ruritan Club; and a special nurse: Kaci Hill. She was preceded in death by her husband: Kyle Carter, who died in 1989; her parents: Paul and Pauline Martin; and one brother: Eddie Martin.

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  • Wednesday Feb 22 | via The Greenville Sun 

    Mildred M. Byerley

    Survivors include a son and daughter-in-law: Stanley and Billie Byerley; a sister: Margaret Bible of Virginia; a brother and sister-in-law: William "Bill" and Nancy Ramsey of Delaware; a sister-in-law: Williane Ramsey of Johnson City; a sister-in-law and brother-in-law: Betty and Elmer Koehn of Morristown; several nieces and nephews and their spouses, including Susan and Steve Owens, Bobby and Cathy Ramsey, Carol and David Jones, Natalie and Richard Scheff, and Nancy and Brian Phillips, whom she helped raise; several great-nieces and great-nephews; and special friends: Dorothy Ottinger, Lisa Holt, Owen and Charlene Hensley, Rachael Hensley and son, Emerson, Danny and Celisa Peters, Josh Neas, Wilma and Allen Taylor, Aletha Nelson and Charlsie Neas.

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  • Wednesday Feb 22 | via The Greenville Sun 

    Amanda Dee Heyser

    Ms. Heyser enjoyed shooting pool and playing Rook with her special friends Tonya and Allen. She enjoyed cornhole, softball and camping.

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  • Tuesday Feb 21 | via The Greenville Sun 

    Mildred 'Pete' Barnes

    She was a Baptist. She was preceded in death by her husband: Elmer "Stump" Barnes; one son: Bobby Barnes; a daughter: Loretta Hale; her parents: Keele and Ozelle Moore; three sisters: Zelma Smith of Ohio, Charlsie Barnes of Mosheim and Ruth Smith of Ohio; and a very special brother: William "Sam" Moore of Bulls Gap.

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  • Tuesday Feb 21 | via The Greenville Sun 

    Elsie Ann Mae Hensley

    Elsie Ann Mae Hensley, 94, of Tusculum Boulevard, Greeneville, passed away Sunday morning at the home of her daughter, Phyllis Kreeger.

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  • Tuesday Feb 14 | via The Greenville Sun 

    Billy Humphreys

    Survivors include his wife of 58 years: Betty Payne Humphreys; two daughters: Amy Crum, and Donna Harvill and her fiance, Mark Moore, all of the Cedar Creek community; a granddaughter: Nicole Angel; two grandsons: William and Whittney Crum of Mosheim, and Chris Crum of Greeneville; two special great-grandsons: Logan Angel and Bryan Humphreys who lives at home; a great-granddaughter: Waverly Crum; a stepgranddaughter: Cheyenne Bass of Old Fort, N.C.; a brother: Bob Humphreys of Orlando, Fla.; a sister and brother-in-law: Dorothy and Wayland Mays; two nephews: Don Payne of Greeneville and Lyndell Humphreys of Orlando; a niece: Linda Albine of Orlando; three great-nephews and a great-niece; special friends to the family: Brian and Mandy Hixson and family; and brothers-in-law and sisters-in-law: Sandra Weller, Peggy Vaughn, J.H. and Mary Lou Payne, and Bobby Payne, all of Greeneville.

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  • Monday Feb 13 | via The Greenville Sun 

    Douglas 'Doug' Monroe

    He is survived by his wife of 39 years: Myrna Broyles Monroe; sisters and a brother-in-law: Agnes Lucas of Mount Carmel, Sharon Glover of Gate City, and Judy Taylor and her husband, Herman, of Gate City; a brother and sister-in-law: Marvin and Glenna of Gate City; brothers-in-law and sisters-in-law: Junior and Cleo Broyles of Greeneville, and Hugh and Barbara Broyles of Chuckey; sisters-in-law: Naomi Wilhoit of Jonesborough and Flo Phillips of Chuckey; and several nieces and nephews. He was a son of the late Malcolm and Winnie Monroe, and was preceded in death by an infant brother and sister; a brother: Colen Monroe and a sister: Wilma Dotson.

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  • Friday Feb 10 | via The Greenville Sun 

    Terry Darlene Johnson

    She is survived by her husband of 11 years: Randall Keith Johnson; four children and their spouses: Timothy Scott Horner and Angie of Mosheim, Lisa Sandstrom and Jeff of Greeneville, Ricky Lee Trentham Jr. of Mohawk and Emily Kay Lynch of Baileyton; 10 grandchildren; one great-grandchild; four sisters and their spouses: Debbie and Bobby Jones, Sherry and David Vance, Tammy and Bobby Ealey, and Jama Cox; one brother: Brad Foshie; her mother: Betty Foshie of Greeneville; a special friend: Linda Shelton; and several nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by a son: Michael Jay Trentham; her father: JC Foshie; a grandson: Zachary Sandstrom; and a stepson: Randall Kevin Johnson.

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  • Friday Feb 10 | via The Greenville Sun 

    Jack Stanley Sauceman

    He was a son of the late James Alvin and Anna Belle Sauceman and was preceded in death by one daughter: Tesia Sauceman; two brothers: Carl Sauceman and J.P. Sauceman; three sisters: Margaret Smith, Louise Sudduth and Imogene Day; three half-brothers: Tom Sauceman, Connie Sauceman and Barney Sauceman; and a half-sister: Vivian Gray.

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  • Friday Feb 10 | via The Greenville Sun 

    Mary Elizabeth Lunghofer Russell Newman

    Mary Elizabeth Lunghofer Russell Newman, born Feb. 6, 1926, in Hot Springs, N.C., departed this life for her eternal home Monday on her 91st birthday. She most recently resided in Florida where she passed away with her daughter and son-in-law by her side.

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  • Friday Feb 10 | via The Greenville Sun 

    Jack Munsey

    Jack and his brother, Eddie, worked their entire life on the family farm on the Horton Highway. They started in the dairy business in 1948, and for the past 23 years they have had beef cattle.

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  • Thursday Feb 9 | via The Greenville Sun 

    Betty A. Hughes

    She was preceded in death by her parents: Charlie and Josephine Pickelsimer; two sons: Wendell Hughes and Guy William Hughes Jr.; and her sister and brothers. She is survived by her son: Dennis Hughes of Summerton, S.C.; her daughter: Valerie Davis of Greeneville; seven grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren; and two great-great-grandchildren.

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  • Jan 23, 2017 | via The Greenville Sun 

    Sheldon L. 'Skip' Scheffers

    Sheldon L. "Skip" Scheffers, 54, of Greeneville, died Saturday after a lengthy illness. He was at the residence of his mother with whom he made his home.

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