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• HARTZOG, Wayne Fulton,
Age 77, of Knoxville, son of the late Orval and Flora Miller Hartzog, died Friday, July 13, 2007. He was a member and deacon of First Baptist Church, Concord. Wayne was retired vice president, Oil Division, of H.T. Hackney Company. He served in the U.S. Army during the Korean conflict. Wayne also was preceded in death by his first wife, Betty Jo Stafford Hartzog; brother, Earl and wife Edythe Hartzog; and sister, Ruby Burris. He is survived by his loving family: wife, Grace Adams Roberts Hartzog of Knoxville; son, W. Fulton Hartzog Jr. of Chapel Hill, N.C.; brother, David and wife, Nancy Hartzog, of Fort Pierce, Fla.; sister, Mary Tate of Knoxville; step-children, John and Terry Roberts of Maryville, Linda and Larry Jones, Tracy and Kim Roberts, all of Knoxville; grandchildren, Joshua and Jeremy Hartzog, Joshua and April Roberts, Rebecca Roberts, Charlie and Al Jones, Casey and Cayla Roberts; special niece, Sheri Crawley; brother-in-law, Arthur Monroe Burris; numerous nieces and nephews. A Celebration of Life service was held Monday at First Baptist Church, Concord, with the Rev. Steve Peek officiating. Active pallbearers were grandsons, and honorary pallbearers were the Pathfinder’s Men’s Sunday School class, and the Willing Workers and Agape Ladies Sunday School classes of First Baptist Church, Concord. The family and friends met at Highland Memorial Cemetery Tuesday for a interment service with Full Military Honors presented by Volunteer State Veterans Honor Guard. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that memorials be made to First Baptist Church, Concord, Building Program, 11704 Kingston Pike, Knoxville, TN 37934. The family received friends Monday at First Baptist Church, Concord. Arrangements by Rose Mortuary Mann Heritage Chapel.

• CAMP, Juanita Murdock,
age 88, passed away Monday morning, July 9, 2007, at her Knoxville home. Born in Yakima,Wash., to the late Forrest G. and Eva Malone Murdock, she graduated from San Jose (California) State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in nutrition. Juanita married (Wilbur) Reynolds Camp in June 1942, whereupon she began her travels as a dedicated U.S. Army wife of a B-29 bomber pilot during World War II. After the war, Juanita and Reynolds settled down in Mountain View, Calif., where they raised their three children. They were longtime and active members of the First Presbyterian Church of Mountain View. Juanita was a dedicated homemaker and active supporter of her children’s activities in school, church and in the community. She was a 61-year member and past president of PEO chapter HE (an international philanthropic and educational organization) and an active supporter of AFS and foreign student activities at Mountain View High School. Juanita and Reynolds were avid golfers together and they played many golf courses across America. She moved to Knoxville in 2001 after the death of her husband. Juanita was friendly and helpful to many people as she lived her strong Christian faith throughout her life. She was an avid reader, an interesting conversationalist and a stranger to no one. In addition to her parents and husband, Juanita was preceded in death by twin brother, Stanley Murdock. She is survived by her three children, Denis R. Camp and wife, Gay-Leigh, of Colorado Springs, Colo., David G. Camp and wife, Christine, of Knoxville, and Elaine Camp Johnston and husband, William, of Lawrenceville, Ga. She also is survived by her brother, Bruce Murdock and wife, Carol, of Gig Harbor, Wash.; sister-in-law, Mildred Murdock of Spring Valley, Calif.; and grandchildren, Jennifer Camp, Tina Camp, Diana Camp, Charlie Camp, Brian Penrose, Gretchen Penrose and Kristen Penrose. The family requests memorials may be made to PEO, Chapter HE, 62 Chester Circle, Los Altos, CA 94022. A memorial service was held Monday, July 23, 2007, at Messiah Lutheran Church, 6900 Kingston Pike, Knoxville. A Celebration of Juanita’s Life will be held in California in August. Interment will be at Alta Mesa Cemetery, Palo Alto, Calif. Arrangements by Cremation Options, Inc. 865-6WE-CARE (865-693-2273)

• LOY Sr., Edwin T.,
age 86, of Concord, passed away suddenly Monday, July 9, 2007, at his home. Edwin was a member of First Baptist Church in Lenoir City. He served in the U.S. Army during World War II. Edwin was preceded in death by his sister, Lorene Prater. He is survived by: Ruth Loy, wife of 66 years; children and spouses; Brenda and Mickey McCurry of Concord, Ed and Susan Loy of Concord, David and Sharon Loy of Germantown; grandchildren, Kerry Loy of Nashville, Parker and Chandler Loy of Germantown and K.K. Loy of Concord; sister, Rossie Mason of Knoxville. The family received friends Thursday followed by funeral services in the Click Funeral Home Farragut Chapel with the Rev. Dick DeMerchant officiating. Family and friends gathered Friday at Edgewood Cemetery for graveside services and interment. Click Funeral Home Farragut Chapel, 11915 Kingston Pike, served the Loy family.

Retired U.S. Army Lt. Col. James Lafayette, age 89, of Knoxville, died July 4, 2007. A lifelong Presbyterian, he was an active member for 45 years of Second Presbyterian Church. James was born March 30, 1918, in McNairy County on the property that was granted to his great-grandfather, Richard Gage, for his service with Andrew Jackson in the War of 1812. From the homeplace, his relatives heard the guns of Shiloh in the War Between the States. His grandfather, John Taylor Gage, who learned to ride as a boy with the Union soldiers, later served in the 6th Tennessee Calvary, Federal. The family later moved to Memphis where he was graduated from Central High School. He was an Eagle Scout. He was graduated from The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, where he was commissioned a second lieutenant in the U.S. Army in May 1940, during his junior year. A member of Tau Beta Pi engineering honary, he was graduated in 1941, receiving a Bachelor of Science degree in electrical engineering. In 1947, he received a Bachelor of Science degree in civil engineering while teaching part-time the heavy load of students coming from the war. He was a graduate of the Army Engineer School at Ft. Belvoir, Va. During World War II he was a member of the army combat engineers, spending three years in the South, Central and Western Pacific. He was a combat engineer company commander with both army and marine divisions, later an engineering battalion commander serving in major battles on Saipan, Tinian and Okinawa. Later he attended Army Command and General Staff College at Ft. Leavenworth, retiring from the Army Reserves in March 1978, with the rank of lieutenant colonel. He was a World War II Memorial charter member, a life member of the Military Officers Association of America and a life member of the American Legion. After receiving his second engineering degree, he worked with Kimberly-Clark Corporation in Memphis as chief of plant engineering. The family moved to Knoxville in 1961 where he worked for the Tennessee Valley Authority Mechanical Division until he retired. He held life memberships in the American Society of Electrical, Civil and Military Engineers. He was a Hall of Fame Member of Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity. A Master Gardener, he was a member and former president of Men’s Garden Club. He was a life member of the Tennessee Conservation League. An avid hunter and fisherman, he was a founding member of the Tennessee Valley Sportsman’s Club, which he served five terms as president. He was an instructor of the TWRA Hunter Safety Institute since 1971, where he taught many students safe hunting practices. An avid genealogist, he was a member of the Sons of the Revolution as well as the East Tennessee Historical Society. He and his wife, Anne, both “Golden Grads” were avid supporters of UT football, men’s and Lady Vols basketball. He was predeceased in death by his parents, James L. Wilbanks Sr., and Ollie Gage Wilbanks; and his sister, Anne Wilbanks Owen, all of Memphis. He leaves his college sweetheart and beloved wife of 65 years, the former Anne Lee Carden of Clinton; and three daughters, Linda Wilbanks Morgan and husband, John, of Eatonton, Ga.; Patricia Wilbanks Watters and husband, Michae,l of Marietta, Ga., and Caye Wilbanks Teegarden and husband, Bill, of Atlanta, Ga. His grandchildren, who spent many happy hours with “Granddaddy Jimmy,” are the Rev. John B. Morgan III of Atlanta, Catherine Morgan Willis and husband, Brent, of Nashville, Anne Barrie Watters of New York, Elizabeth Carden Watters of Dallas, Margaret Gage Watters, Andrew Webb Teegarden and wife, Kimbrell, and Stewart Wade Teegarden, all of Atlanta. He leaves his great-grandchildren, William Morgan Willis and Caroline Carden Willis of Nashville; nieces, Doris Carden Wood of Charlotte, Carole Quimsieh and husband, Eli, of Houston, Donna Churchill and husband, Luke, of Clarksville; and nephews, Dr. W. Douglas Carden and wife, Lynn, of Cincinnati and Allen Carden of Los Angeles. The family and friends met Monday at Highland Memorial Cemetery for an interment service with full military honors presented by Volunteer State Veterans Honor Guard followed by a memorial service at Second Presbyterian Church with Dr. William H. Waterstradt, the Rev. Elizabeth Peterson, the Rev. John B. Morgan III and the Rev. James D. Wilbanks officiating. A reception for family and friends followed at the church. In lieu of flowers, memorial gifts may be given to Second Presbyterian Church, 2829 Kingston Pike, Knoxville, TN 37919, or to the James L. and Anne C. Wilbanks Scholarship Endowment, 600 Andy Hold Tower, The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN 37996. The family received friends Sunday at Rose Mortuary Mann Heritage Chapel.

• CHANEY, Rick,
age 49, of Knoxville, passed away Friday, July 13, 2007, at his home. Rick was a member of Cokesbury United Methodist Church. He was a avid Pittsburgh Steeler fan and enjoyed golfing, fishing and spending time with his family. Rick was employed by Alstom Power, Inc. Preceded in death by his parents; Raleigh and Mildred Chaney; brother, Robert Martin. Survivors: wife of 22 years Kim; daughters, Laurel, Holli and Heather of Knoxville; sister and brother-in-law, Charlotte and Mike Baloh of Harrison City, Pa.; mother-in-law, Nancy Christy; sisters-in-law; Roberta Martin, Carol McKissack (Gerald), Kay Cordes and Candy Hayes (Jerry); several nieces and nephews. The family received friends Monday, July 16, with a Celebration of Life service following in the Click Funeral Home Farragut Chapel with the Rev. Stephen DeFur officiating. In lieu of flowers, an educational fund has been established for his daughters at Suntrust Bank, 9541 South Northshore Drive, Knoxville, TN 37922. Click Funeral Home Farragut Chapel, 11915 Kingston Pike, served the Chaney family.

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