Mr. Amos Phillips, Jr.

Amos "Dune" Phillips, Jr., 52, departed this life Sunday, May 26, 2019, at his home. He was preceded in death by his loving mother, Mary Carpenter and his father, Amos Phillips, Sr. Amos "Dune" Phillips, Jr. graduated from Dobyns-Bennet High School in 1985. He lived his life for his family and friends, always offering to help someone out. He was a jack of all trades. Dune managed an apartment complex in Florida for several years. Dune knew how to fix anything he got his hands on. He worked on heat pumps, small and large motors, and probably fixed half the cars in the downtown Kingsport area. Dune was known for “running” Kingsport in the 1990s and running his mouth in the 2000s. If you knew

Mr. Eugene A. Beatty

Eugene A. Beatty, 53, went to be with Jesus on May 22, 2019. Services for Mr. Beatty will be conducted Saturday May 25, 2019 at 1:00 pm from Clark Funeral Chapel, Kingsport, TN. The family will receive friends from 12 pm until the hour of service.

Mr. Robert Lewis Bunche

Mr. Robert Lewis Bunche, 83, departed this life on May 6, 2019, and went home to be with the Lord following a brief illness. Mr. Bunche, was born in North Carolina, on May 12, 1935. He attended Douglas and Slater High Schools in the Bristol area. Robert Bunche served in the U.S. Air Force, from July 14, 1954, until May 11, 1962. He served as a radar technician, in the mechanic division. He received the National Service Medal, good conduct medal, and many other recommendations. Following his departure from the Air Force, he went to work for the United Telephone Systems, where he retired from after 30 years. Robert was a member of Disabled Veterans of America, Honor Guard, Chapter 40 Bristol,

Ms. Georgette Leona Hale

Georgette Leona Hale was born in Kingsport, TN November 3, 1969, to Sharon Hale Comage and Don Juan Simonton. She lived in Castlewood, VA for a brief time, but her formative educational years were spent in Kingsport, graduating from Dobyns-Bennett High School. She lived in various states in her lifetime but returned to Kingsport, where she spent most of her life. Georgette accepted the Lord as her personal Savior and talked about His goodness. Although, her health was challenged due to her battle with diabetes, the love she had for Christ never faded. Through it all, she still continued to praise His Name. As her journey on this earth began to wind down, Georgette continued to fight the goo

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