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of Nashville; and six great-grandchildren, Clifton Bell, Zane, Ben and Tommy Hill and Georgia and Behrett Pinegar. She is also survived by one sister, Jeanie Taylor of Prescott; one sister-in-law, Betty Duke of Arkadelphia; and numerous nieces and nephews. (Daily Siftings Herald)
CENTRAL CITY -- Leroy Moppins Jr., 63, died Saturday, May 7, 2016, at St. Thomas Midtown Hospital in Nashville. He was a member of Ebenezer Missionary Baptist Church in Central City and retired from Atlanta Journal Constitution in Atlanta, Georgia. (Owensboro Messenger-Inquirer)
In September 1942, Andy and Peggy (Janie Earline) Arrington, the love of his life, eloped and were married on a rainy night in Georgia. Shortly after their ... at WHIN in Gallatin before joining WLAC in Nashville. He also traveled the U.S. for four years ... (Lebanon Democrat)
three grandsons: Ryan Myers of Athens, Ga.; Matt (Marbrey) Myers and Sawyer Myers of Johnson City; Great-grandchildren: Dalton and Madeleine Myers of Athens; a brother-in-law: John E. Banks Sr. of Knoxville; a sister-in-law: Marie L. Vaughn of Nashville ... (The Paris Post-Intelligencer)
She is survived by her beloved daughters, Georgia Grace May- Fleming and Iris Catherine Marable May-Fleming, both of Nashville; brother, Tony (Jan) Fleming, Franklin, TN; Step siblings: Tina Collins, Mobile, AL; Geoffrey (Julia) Ashworth, St. Petersburg ... (legacy.com)
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