Hixson Obituaries

Hixson Obituaries

Local obituary notices in Hixson, TN

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  • Friday Sep 21 | via The New York Times 

    Marilyn Lloyd, 89, Tennessee Trailblazer in Congress...

    Marilyn Lloyd, a conservative Democrat who in 1974 became the first woman from Tennessee to be elected to a full term in Congress, winning a House seat that she held for the next two decades, died on Wednesday in Hixson, Tenn. She was 89. Ms.

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  • Thursday Sep 20 | via Chattanoogan.com 

    Mervin C. Hilke, 75, of Signal Mountain, Tennessee p...

    He was a member of Hillside Baptist Church in Hixson and supported many local and global ministries.

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  • Thursday Sep 20 | via Chattanoogan.com 

    Chattanooga Firefighters Fill The Boot For Muscular ...

    "We're grateful for the support of these inspiring, selfless individuals who provide life-saving help that will fund research, advocate for children and adults affected by muscle disease, and rally our community to fight back."

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  • Thursday Sep 20 | via Chattanoogan.com 

    Eastbound Wilcox Boulevard To Be Closed On Friday

    Eastbound Wilcox Boulevard will be closed between Bradt Street and Dodson Avenue on Friday, between 9 a.m. and 3p.m. for cane work on the Avondale YFD Center.

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  • Saturday Sep 8 | via Dayton Daily News 

    LEESER, Alfred

    LEESER, Alfred Melvin 80, a resident of Hixson, Tennessee, passed away September 4, 2018. A gathering of family and friends will be held on Monday September 10, 2018 from 11 am to 1 pm in the GEBHART - SCHMIDT - PARRAMORE FUNERAL HOME, Miamisburg.

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  • Tuesday Sep 4 | via The Greenville Sun 

    Alice Turner

    She was the beloved wife for 50 years of Donald F. Turner and is also survived by a son and daughter-in-law: Lenny and Barbara Ramsey; daughter and son-in-law: Bonnie Lindsey and John Gathard, of Florida; grandchildren: Terri, Christine and Stephen Pekarcik, all of Ohio, Heather Solomon, Misty Craig and Lannette Hixson, all of Tennessee; and several great-grandchildren and great-great-grandchildren. To view our latest e-Edition click the image on the left.

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