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• SATTLER, Darlene Antoinette
age 64, went to be with the Lord Sunday, June 11, 2006, at the University of Tennessee Medical Center. Darlene was a devoted mother, grandmother and friend to many. She was preceded in death by: father, William Dax; and brother, William Dax Jr. Survived by: husband, William Sattler of Florida; daughter, Brenda Benoit of Knoxville; sons, Ralph and Michael Sattler of Florida; mother, Ann Dax of Mount Prospect, Ill.; grandaughters Kathy and Kimmie Benoit; grandson, Stephen Benoit, all of Knoxville; aunt, Lillian Griffin of Florida; special friend, Bernice Stousland of Illinois. A graveside service was held Thursday at Lakeview Cemetery with the Rev. David Boettner officiating. Click Funeral Home Farragut Chapel, 11915 Kingston Pike, is serving the Sattler family.

• GOBRECHT, Robert Steven Jr. (Robby)
beloved son and brother, age 37, of Cincinnati, Ohio, formerly of Knoxville, passed away Tuesday afternoon, June 6, 2006, at University Hospital in Cincinnati. Robby was a longtime employee of the Kroger Company. He had a deep curiosity and love of the ocean and its inhabitants, and spent many hours reading about it, as well as many other subjects that captured his interest and imagination. Robby enjoyed spending time with his family and listening to music. He is survived by: parents, Steve and Liz Gobrecht and Penny Little Gobrecht; brothers, Adam Gobrecht and Bart Watkins; sister, Beth Watkins; grandmother, Armetta Gobrecht; several aunts and uncles.The family received friends Friday at the Click Funeral Home Farragut Chapel. A private graveside service was held at Woodlawn Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Best Friends Animal Society, 5001 Angel Canyon Road, Kanab, UT 84741. Click Funeral Home Farragut Chapel,11915 Kingston Pike, is serving the family of Robby Gobrecht.

• FORINASH, Mary May
age 90, of Knoxville, passed away on Monday, June 5, 2006, at her home. She was a member of Church Street United Methodist Church since 1969, a member of the Murphy Builder’s Sunday School Class, and of the United Methodist Women’s Circle 9. Mary was born April 19, 1916, in Powell to the late O.B. and Anna Lee May. She graduated from Powell High School in 1934 and from the University of Tennessee in 1938. While at the University of Tennessee, she was a member and president of Zeta Tau Alpha Sorority and the Mortar Board society. After graduation, she taught home economics at Farragut High School and Central High School until 1942. Desiring to become more involved in World War II, she secured a job in Washington, D.C.,with the Army Research and Development Office. Because her brother, Robert May, was deployed overseas, she attended the Red Cross school with hopes of being assigned overseas. Instead, she was assigned to the Army Air Corps Redistribution Center in Miami, Fla. She remained in Miami until the end of World War II when she left the Red Cross. Asked by the Red Cross to return, she established a Red Cross recreation program for returning Army Air Corps POWs from Japan. While there, she met her husband and love of her life, Cecil Forinash. They married June 22, 1946, and while he attended law school at the University of Tennessee, she taught school at Tyson Junior High. Upon his law school graduation, he returned to the army and they lived and traveled through the United States and Europe until his retirement in 1969 when the family settled in Knoxville. After Cecil’s retirement from the Knox County Attorney General’s Office in 1983, they traveled throughout the world and the United States. She is survived by: husband of 60 years, Col. Cecil L. Forinash; son and daughter-in law, David and Jean Forinash of Elizabethton; daughter and son-in-law, Patti and Walter Trent of Colorado Springs, Colo.; grandchildren, Maribeth Ayotte and husband, Keith, Geraldine Mahaley and husband, Matt, Timothy Forinash and Jason Forinash, Derek Trent, Kelli Trent, and Laura Trent; great-grandchildren, Jacob and Ann Marie Mahaley, and Haley Ayotte. Funeral service was Friday at Church Street United Methodist Church with the Rev. William J. Fowler and the Rev. Cabel Trent officiating. Interment was at Arlington National Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Church Street United Methodist Church, P.O. Box 1303, Knoxville, TN 37901. The family received friends Friday at Church Street United Methodist Church or called at their convenience at Rose Mortuary Mann Heritage Chapel.

• BROWN, Edwin Littleton
age 82, passed away Sunday, June 11, 2006, at Park West Medical Center. He was the son of Henry Blakemore Brown and Mayme Elizabeth Brown and was born in Tracy City August 20, 1923. He graduated from Grundy County High School and served three years in the U.S. Army Air Corps as a staff sergeant. He attended the University of Tennessee. He spent most of his working years in the hosiery textile industry beginning with Magnet Mills in Clinton becoming vice president in charge of sales, then as vice president and comptroller with Charles H. Bacon Company in Lenoir City, later under Genesco and then Fruit of the Loom. Survived by: loving wife of more than 63 years, Helen C. Brown; son Terry Brown and wife, Jean, daughter, Karen Meredith and husband, Robert; grandchildren, Mike Brown of Seattle, Wash, David Meredith and wife, April, who teach English in Japanese schools, S/Sgt. Aaron Meredith and wife, Joana, based with the U.S. Air Force in South Korea, and Jennifer Meredith, third-year college student in Georgia. In addition there are two precious great-granddaughters, Kayla Meredith and Je’Anne Meredith. Both Mr. and Mrs. Brown were always interested in young people of their communities, working with both Boy and Girl Scouts, and were MYF counselors for middle- and high-school age youths. Both taught Sunday School classes with Mr. Brown teaching college-age. He also had great interest in the young people at Holston Home in Greeneville and at the Daniel Arthur Rehabilitation Center in Oak Ridge, serving on boards of both institutions. In Clinton, he served as councilman in city government and enjoyed being one of the first male PTA presidents. He also served on scout and church boards. The family receives friends at Click’s Farragut Chapel Tuesday. Family and friends met at Walnut Hill Cemetery in Harriman Wednesday for graveside services. Former Methodist Youth Fellowship members will serve as pallbearers. The Browns are members of Memorial Methodist Church in Clinton and have attended both Cedar Springs and Concord Presbyterian churches since moving to Farragut in 1968. Click Funeral Home Farragut Chapel, 11915 Kingston Pike, is serving the family of Edwin Brown.

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