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Coffey Funeral Home

937 Broad Street, New Tazewell, TN

OBITUARY

Catherine Ann Partin

November 8, 1959January 2, 2020

Catherine Ann Partin, age 60, of Tazewell TN, was born November 8, 1959 and passed away on January 2, 2020. Catherine was proud to be an LPN for 22 years, working in both hospitals and nursing homes. For several years before he passed Catherine also took care of her father David Crigger. Catherine loved all dogs, but especially her own, which she enjoyed spoiling. She also enjoyed the outdoors and used to like to go camping, she also liked to cook and was good at it. Catherine was preceded in death by her father David Crigger. Sister Karen Lynn Crigger. Maternal grandparents Carson and Rose Harris. Paternal grandparents Stanley and Rose Crigger. Father-in-law Andrew William Partin. Niece Crystal Bush. Nephew Hank Carson Bush. She is survived by her mother Shirley Crigger. Husband Andy Partin. Daughter Sarah Worden. Mother-in-law Shirley Neff. Step daughter Samantha Bowen. Sisters Susan McDonald and Sharon Sigler. Aunts and uncles Betty & Bill Wayland, Carol & David Thomas, and Margie Bagosey. Nephews Charles McDonald, Josh McDonald, Charles Evans, and Alex Evans. Nieces Angel Bush and Jimmie Bush. Step grandchildren Nathan Bowen, Abreanna Norton, Jacob Norton, and Hannah Bowen. Special friends Darcy and Bob Russell and Dwayne Fisher. As well as other family and friends. Catherine will be dearly missed.

The family will receive friends Saturday January 4th from 1 until 2 PM at Coffey Funeral Home. A celebration of life will be held at 2 PM in the Coffey Funeral Home Chapel. Minister: Rev. Travis Pressnell Singers: Lori and Charles Long

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Pam Kirthlink

January 5, 2020

Thinking of the family at this time.

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Terri McDowell

January 4, 2020

Kathy & I went through LPN school together & studied together, So hate to hear of her passing. She always looked on the bright side & thrived to bring a smile on your face. She will be missed. 😢