Berry Highland West


Ian Mckinley Hopper

September 11, 1995September 26, 2020

Ian McKinley Hopper, age 25, of Heiskell passed away Saturday, September 26, 2020. He was a student at Tennessee College of Applied Technology.

He is preceded in death by his grandfather Danna Hopper, uncle Matthew Hopper, grandfather Loas Dison, Jr.

Ian is survived by his parents Christopher and Rebecca Hopper, grandparents Pamela Hopper, Tom and Jeanne Callahan and Stella Dison, and sister McKenzie Alexandria Hopper.

The family will receive friends Tuesday, September 29, 2020 from 6-8pm, with a service to follow at 8pm in the Chapel of Berry Highland West, 9913 Sherril Blvd, Knoxville, TN, 37932. A graveside service will be held Wednesday, September 30, 2020 at 11am at Berry Highland West Cemetery.


  • Recieving of Friends

    Tuesday, September 29, 2020

  • Funeral Service

    Tuesday, September 29, 2020

  • Graveside Service

    Wednesday, September 30, 2020


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Heather Davis

October 1, 2020

To Ian’s family-

I did not know your son from meeting him, but heard kind and wonderful things about him through our daughter. He helped her through some dark times, what a sweet and caring son you raised! My heart breaks for you all, I am in prayer for your family.

Corey Lee

September 30, 2020

I met You when you joined my pool team several sessions ago little did I remember you and my children new each other . I apparently forgot over time . I just want to say , you were a joy to be around , so funny helping you learn how to play pool . You came on with your friend Kade. We all as friends hit it right off, you were quite but that went away. Forever in our hearts friend. We will miss you ...

Billy & Tolea Capps

September 29, 2020

Our hearts are breaking. Watching him grow into a young man through Boy Scouts Troop 131 was an honor. You will be missed Ian!

mayme taylor

September 29, 2020

So many memories. From fishing , building, holidays, laughing, talking cars. Watching the kid grow into a young man. I will miss him. Love you.

Stella Dison

September 28, 2020

Ian you are going to be missed i love you

Allen Cooper

September 28, 2020

Ian, not only was a best friend, he was a brother. My most fond memory with Ian has to be driving to Miss bettys and getting Chinese TOGO and going back to his garage and work on cars with his Grandfather. Those are the days I wish I could go relive one last time. I love you buddy. Fly high.


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