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• CAMPBELL, Dorothy Lynn,
86, of Lenoir City passed away Thursday, Oct. 26, following a short battle with cancer. She was an active member of Union Cumberland Presbyterian Church and a former member of Lincoln Park Baptist Church. She was preceded in death by parents Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Cardwell; brothers, Ed and Lloyd Cardwell; and sisters, Mabel Nipper and Belva Reeves. She is survived by her husband, Tom Campbell; sons, Ron Lynn and wife, Gwen, of Strawberry Plains and Conley Lynn and wife, Tampa, of Lenoir City; stepsons, Tommy Campbell and wife, Cheri, of Knoxville, Eddie Campbell and wife, Bonnie, of Jefferson County; stepdaughter, Sarah Byrd and husband, Leroy, of Sevierville; grandchildren, Todd, Bart, Bryan and Casey Lynn; step-grandchildren, Amy Sykes, Janet Reynolds and Sherry Bergholm; sister, Louise Wallace of Knoxville; and several great-grandchildren, nieces, nephews and friends. Dot managed Standard Kitchen and Hearth Shop before retiring and moving to Winter Haven, Fla., for nine years. After her return to Knoxville five years ago, she worked part time for Kohl’s in Farragut until her recent illness. Family and friends could call at their convenience at Click Funeral Home Farragut Chapel. A graveside service was held Sunday at Highland Memorial Cemetery with the Rev. Leonard Turner officiating. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the ministries of Union Cumberland Presbyterian Church, 400 Everett Road, Knoxville, TN 37934. Click Funeral Home Farragut Chapel, 11915 Kingston Pike, served the Campbell family. www.clickfuneralhome.com

• BEASON, Woodrow (Woody) Wilson, 
age 87, slipped quietly into eternal rest on Oct. 27, 2006. Woody was born on May 31, 1919, in Middlesboro, Ky., to D. Preston and Martha Davis Beason. From the coal mines of Kentucky to the Civilian Conservation Corps. Camp in Nevada, Woody went on to join the U.S. Navy and was a decorated sailor, serving in both the Atlantic and Pacific theaters during World War II. He later retired from the U. S. Navy and from K-25 Union Carbide Power Plant in Oak Ridge, after 35 years of service. Among his greatest love was his service to the Lord at the Laurel Church of Christ, where he served as a deacon and was a member for nearly 40 years. Even in his final days, Woody was an active member of the West Knoxville Kiwanis Club and was proud to have served as a past president. He is survived by his beloved wife of 64 years, Lydia Risner Beason; son and daughter-in-law, Jerry and Geri Beason of Knoxville; daughter and son-in-law, Vivian and John Westbrook of Jacksonville, N.C.; daughter, Teresa Beason of Corryton; grandsons, Jaime Beason, Michael Hathcote and wife, Joy, David Beason, Andrew Westbrook and Timothy Westbrook; granddaughter, Kelly Mitchell and husband, Terry; great-grandchildren, Jacob Beason and Elodie Mitchell; sister, Bertha Beason; and adoring nephews and nieces. Funeral service was Monday at Rose Mortuary Mann Heritage Chapel with Mike Buckley officiating. Interment followed at Highland Memorial Cemetery with Military Honors presented by the Volunteer State Veterans’ Honor Guard. The family received friends Sunday at Rose Mortuary Mann Heritage Chapel. www.rosemortuary.com 



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