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Brummitt Funeral Home of McKenzie is in charge of arrangements. TERRY ALLEN RIMMER, 1956-2010 McKenzie, TN – Funeral services ... and Greta Nash of Nashville; four sons, Kenneth Webb, Otis B. Nash, Jr., both of Dayton, Ohio, Tyron Nash of Huntingdon ... (Daily Star)
MCKENZIE ... Survivors include: one son, Bobby Kelley of Old Hickory, Tennessee; and one brother, Jack Kelley of Fairview, Tennessee. Medina Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. PARIS: Don Lewis Steele, Sr., 63, died Sunday, December 5, 2010. (Daily Star)
She will be deeply missed by her daughter, Kristi Derse of Edmonton, Ky.; son, Craig Sunderman of Danville; brothers, Melvin (Katherine) Seyfert, Paul (Sandy) Seyfert and Carl (Sue) Seyfert; sisters, Carol Owens and Karen (Don) Tate; grandchildren ... (Commercial News)
She will be deeply missed by her daughter, Kristi Derse of Edmonton, Ky.; son, Craig Sunderman of Danville; brothers, Melvin (Katherine) Seyfert, Paul (Sandy) Seyfert and Carl (Sue) Seyfert; sisters, Carol Owens and Karen (Don) Tate; grandchildren ... (The News-Gazette)
Born December 13, 1943 in Mercer County he was the son ... of the home; children, Holly Casey of the home, Larry Casey and wife Darlene of Dayton, Ohio, Judy Jacobs and husband James of Abbs Valley, Va., Tammy Casey and Ben Porter of Berea, Ky., (Bluefield Daily Telegraph)
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