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Coffey Funeral Home

150 Beech St, Harrogate, TN

OBITUARY

Terry Lynn King

November 21, 1960January 28, 2020
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Terry Lynn King, age 59, of Cumberland Gap TN, was born November 21, 1960 and passed away on January 28, 2020. Terry was the pastor and a member of Clairfield Missionary Baptist Church. He is preceded in death by his father Haggard King and mother Lucille King. Terry is survived by his wife Patricia King. Brothers - Joe King and Donnie King. Sisters - Brenda Thomas and Linda Thomas. As well as a host of nieces, nephews, great nieces & nephews, other family, and friends. He will be dearly missed by all who knew him and loved him. The family will receive friends Saturday February 1st from 6 until 9 PM at Clairfield Missionary Baptist Church. The funeral service will be Sunday February 2nd at 1 PM in Clairfield Missionary Baptist Church. The graveside service will follow at King Cemetery. Ministers: Rev. Kevin Turner and Rev. Johnny Parker; Singers: Clairfield Church Choir, Jackie Murphy, Kelly Hatfield, and Joyce Teague; Pallbearers: Rick Fuson, Mitchell Cobb, Anthony Hurst, Denzel Taylor, Paul David Pears, Troy Cobb, and Dustin Smith. Coffey Funeral Home in charge of arrangements.

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Danny Kilgore

February 2, 2020

Although, I hadn’t seen Terry in many years, my sincere condolences to his wife, family and friends. I had done business with Terry several years ago, found him to be a fine, honest, Christain man. I know Terry will be missed by many, but to see Jesus face to face as he has now done and walk those streets of gold and to see the crystal sea! What a Blessing to have that promise! God gave his only begotten Son so that we may have Everlasting Life. RIP, my friend. Father hold his family close.

Terry Cottrell

February 2, 2020

I am very sorry to hear of Terry’s passing. While I’ve only seen him a few times since high school, we pretty much grew up together. Terry and I spent a great deal of time together outdoors (hiking, camping, fishing, cycling, climbing, etc.); worked odd jobs together to pay for our outdoor fun; and spent many, many hours playing table tennis, both as competitors and as doubles partners. Whenever anyone asks me about how and where I grew up, many of the stories I tell involve my adventures (and misadventures) with him. I will always remember Terry, his family and our time together fondly. My thoughts and prayers are with his family and his church.
Terry Cottrell

Dennis Chumley

February 1, 2020

What a Great Man and Warrior for the Lord. It has been an honor knowing Terry for many many years. Everytime we talked, we discussed the Lord and his Goodness and Grace. We sure are going to miss him. Trish, you hang in there. I will pray for you continually. God Bless. Dennis

kenneth king

February 1, 2020

Terry was my little brother,I have not been around much in the last few year the way my life is now. But I though about him every day along with my other sisters and brother who I love very much.Terry love the lord and was a rock to everybody that new Terry,He will be miss,Rest in peace little brother, Joe

Debra Spurgeon

February 1, 2020

Uncle Terry was a warrior and will be greatly missed. I have so many wonderful memories of growing up with him. He was a wonderful uncle to me.

Scotty Daniels

January 31, 2020

I would have never been saved if God hadn't sent this man to my house a couple of times to get me to go to church. I thought of him and the church daily prayers for his dear wife.sorry I didn't spend much time around him but what time I did was a blessing

Bonita Hurst

January 31, 2020

Terry King was a very special man,he will be deeply missed,we love Trish and pray for her through this hard time

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