Rev. Anthony (Tony) L. Horton, Sr.

Rev. Anthony “Tony” Horton, Sr, 65, of Kingsport, TN, passed away unexpectedly on Saturday December 24, 2016 at Wellmont Medical Center. He was born February 28, 1951, in Stonega, VA, to Pinkie and Ray Horton, the 6th of nine children. He graduated from at Dobyns-Bennett High School where he was an outstanding offensive and defensive football player. He received a vocational certification in carpentry from Dayton Vocational educational system. He had great entrepreneurial spirit and started several businesses including a cleaning service, a shoe shine service, and an airport luggage delivery service. Rev. Horton started his ministry with Mount Zion Holiness Church under the late James Turn

Mr. William D. Hale

William D. Hale, 58, passed away December 9th in Abingdon, VA at his assisted living residence after a lengthy illness. Though he rallied back several times in the recent weeks, a complete healing was not meant to be. William was born in Dante, VA and then moved to Kingsport, TN with his family. There he finished his secondary education, graduating from Dobyns-Bennett High School in 1977. After high school, he worked at Eastman and joined the army for a short stint. He moved to Virginia in the early eighties and remained there until his death. William was a hard worker and loved people. He had an infectious “grin” and a laugh that was unique to him. He loved to jog and walk. He would be seen

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