Mr. David C. Bradley

David C. Bradley was born on April 26, 1950, in Saltville, Virginia. He departed this life Friday, March 20, 2020, at Ballad Bristol Regional Medical Center. David had a love for life and family. He was a devoted husband, father, and grandfather. He had a passion for riding motorcycles. He was preceded in death by his father, Kyle Bradley Sr. and mother, Annie Bradley; two brothers, Kyle Bradley Jr. and James “Jimmy” Bradley; and sister-in-law, Jean Bradley. To cherish his memory David leaves behind his wife, Sue Bradley; son, David (Charlene) Bradley Jr.; daughter, Ms. Ragan (Roger) Saplan; four grandchildren, Dru Bradley, Cy Saplan, AJ Saplan, and Brayden Saplan; two brothers, Willia

Mrs. Katie Mae Jackson

Mrs. Katie Mae Jackson departed this life March 18, 2020 in Dayton Beach,FL at Coastal Health Care. She is survived by her son, Jimmie Bizzell and two sisters, Donna Mae Lumpkin and Francis Dillard. Services will be conducted on Saturday March 21, 2020 in Jacksonville, Fl. Chase Funeral Home in Jacksonville FL is is charge of local arrangements.

Ms. Geana “Strawberry” Elizabeth Caverson

January 17, 1992- March 11, 2020 From the day she was born she could never sit still. It followed her through the years, as she loved to travel, be outside and was always trying new and exciting things. She is survived by her mother, Susan (Darin) Fockler; sister, Danielle (Quincella) Santana; brothers, Troy and Kyle Chalker; daughter, Kouri Everling; son, Kadon Stinson; nieces and nephews, Ryanne, Georgia, and Damon; her Nana, Betty Caverson; auntie, Tracie Caverson-Hamilton; many aunts and uncles; friends, Haley Gressett, Jennifer (Jay) Godsey, Steve Scalf; and fiancé Thomas Dotson. She was greatly loved and will be missed.

Ms. Sandra Underwood Wilmer

Ms. Sandra Underwood Wilmer, 75, departed this life Wednesday, March 11, 2020. Sandra was a native of Kingsport making her home in Church Hill, TN. She was a graduate of Douglas High School and went to Morgan State College in Baltimore, MD. She worked at Holy Cross Hospital in Silver Springs, MD. She retired at Holston Defense Corporation as a laboratory analyst. She was a strong, wonderful, dedicated mother and grandmother and our best friend always putting others before herself. She loved the Lord and was very active in the church. She was a member of Bethel A.M.E. Zion Church. She belonged to the Bethel Choir, she was the president of the Trustee Board, and was the Sunday School treasurer

Mr. Alan Curtis Stafford

Alan Curtis Stafford, 37, departed this life on March 7, 2020. He was preceded in death by his father, Rex Stafford. Alan was a loving son, brother, and father. Survivors include his mother, Mrs. Linda Carver; two sons, Curtis Alan Stafford and Matthew Alan Stafford; three sisters, Ms. Tina Stafford, Ms. Christina Frazier, and Ms. Teresa Stafford; two brothers, Victor Stafford and Eugene Stafford; one niece, Ms. Keira Curry; and four nephews, Nathan Jordan, John Jordan, Brandon Frazier, and Dante Frazier. A celebration of life service will be conducted Saturday, March 14, 2020, at 2:00 pm from Riverview Baptist Church, 681 Buffalo Road Bluff City, TN. The family will receive friends fro

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