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The Dignity Memorial® online obituary search tool gives you access to obituaries from thousands of locations across North America. You can search by first or last name, state and publication date. Once you find the obituary you are looking for, you can get important information about upcoming services, share a favorite photo or memory, and send flowers or gifts to the family.
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10/28/1927 – 12/13/2018
Wynell Hensley, 91, of Greeneville, passed away Thursday, December 13, 2018, at her home. Mrs. Hensley was a homemaker. She was Baptist by faith. Survivors include six daughters: Wanda Lamons,...
Harold Clifton Kimery
06/26/1937 – 12/12/2018
Harold Clifton Kimery, 81, of the South Central community in Chuckey, passed away Wednesday, December 12, 2018, at Takoma Regional Hospital. He was a woodworker and a veteran of the U.S. Army. He...
Sharon Lucille Seay
04/12/1973 – 12/06/2018
Sharon Lucille Seay, 45, of Greeneville, passed away Thursday, December 6, 2018, at her home. Survivors include sons: Dustin and Michael McGhee; father-in-law: Steve McGhee; and companion, Buddy...
Michael E. Richard
08/17/1943 – 12/12/2018
Michael E. Richard, Sr., 75, of Greeneville, passed away Wednesday, December 12, 2018, at Morning Point Assisted Living. He retired as an engineer at Magnavox. Mr. Richard was a member of Notre...
03/02/1942 – 12/09/2018
Dan Morris, 76, of Greeneville, formerly of Gray, passed away Sunday, December 9, 2018. He was retired from Johnson City Power Board. Dan was an avid outdoorsman and hunter and was a 32nd Degree...
Kenneth A. Bowers
04/29/1934 – 12/09/2018
Kenneth A Bowers, 84, of Tusculum, passed away Sunday, December 9, 2018, after an extended illness. He was a long-term member of the Mount Olivet Church of Christ and Greeneville Church of Christ,...
Joann (Hobbs) Kirk Stanton
12/02/1940 – 12/09/2018
Joann (Hobbs) Kirk Stanton, of Greeneville, 78, died Sunday morning, December 9, 2018 with her two daughters by her side. She was a loving mother, wife, sister, grandmother, and loved by so many...
Pauline Edith Gilland Hayes
12/25/1921 – 12/06/2018
Pauline Edith Gilland Hayes, age 96, of Greeneville, passed away at Life Care Center of Greeneville December 6, 2018. Pauline was the eldest of seven children born to James Henry and Clephane Tweed...
Max Lee Johnson
05/28/1950 – 12/01/2018
Max Lee Johnson, 68, of Chuckey, the South Central community, passed away Saturday, December 1, 2018, at Laughlin Memorial Hospital. He was a former employee of MECO and retired from DTR. Mr....
Obituaries celebrate and honor unique lives
Today’s obituaries are more than simple funeral announcements and a list of the names of family members. Modern obituaries include treasured memories, funny stories and important details that showcase the joys and moments of a life lived. A great obituary tells a unique story and reflects the personality of the person it commemorates.
Obituaries give visitation, funeral and memorial details
Funeral services that include a viewing or wake are usually held within a few days of a death, but a funeral or memorial service can sometimes take place much later. Some families choose to hold a visitation before the service, while others may prefer a more low-key or private family service. A memorial service can take place at a funeral home, chapel or another location that was meaningful to the loved one. Preferences vary, and an obituary lets friends and family know where to go and when. The online obituary also allows you to sign up for reminders about services to provide assurance that you don't miss an important memorial event.
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