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The Knoxville News-Sentinel, Sunday, October 12, 1997 B3 Continued from Page B2 REED, GEORGE W. age 75 of Knoxville, passed away Tuesday, October 7, 1997 Brakebill Nursing Home. Born at Boyd's Creek, Tennessee, George attended Harrison-Chilhowee Baptist Academy and the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. After working for Fairchild Engineering and TVA as a draftsman, he founded and operated Reedcraft, Inc. in the late 1940s and ran the business until he retired.

Preceded in death by father and mother, Lee Harrison and Inez Hodges Reed; brothers, James Reed and Theodore Reed; and sister, Grace Reed. Survivors: wife, Patricia Jarrett Reed; sons and daughters-in-law, Joel and Glenneth Reed, Mike and Lynda Reed, Steve Shirla Reed; daughters, Janis Reed and Carol Schmissrauter; grandchildren, Keven and Kailyn Reed, Eric Reed, and Shelley, Steven and Joseph Schmissrauter; sisters, Ninevah Reed Self, Bernice Reed Abbott, and Barbara Reed Carroll; brothers, Paul D. Reed and Lee Harrison (Sam) Reed. Memorial service will be 7 p.m. Monday at Rose Mortuary 'Mann Heritage Chapel, Rev.

Robert E. Money officiating. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Alzheimer's Research and Development, Dept. of Development, 600 Henley Street, Suite 60, Knoxville, TN 37902, and Friends of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, 134 Court, Sevierville, TN 37862. Arrangements by Rose Mortuary Mann Heritage Chapel.

PERRY, WILLIAM (BILL) PAUL SR. of Halls died Friday, October 10, 1997, at 9:15 a.m. at St. Mary's Medical Center. Member of Central United Methodist Church.

Member of IBEW Local member of Wellness Center, Sgt. in 278 Chemical Division Tennessee Army National Guard, Oak Ridge. Survivors: wife, Sandra White Perry; daughter, Stacey Perry, both of the home; son, William (Billy) Paul Perry, Jr. in Los Angeles, sons and daughters-in-law, Bobby and Melissa Perry, Patrick and Heather Perry, all of Knoxville; sons, Jeffery and Steve Perry of the home; grandchildren, Caty, Cody, P.J. and Casey Perry; brother, James E.

Perry, Jr. and nephew, David Perry, both of Knoxville. Funeral service 8 p.m. Sunday at Stevens Chapel, Rev. Don Moore and Chaplain Sandy Foster officiating.

Family and friends will meet at Highland Memorial Cemetery Monday at 10:45 a.m. for a 11 a.m. Graveside service and interment. Full military honors will be presented by the Tennessee Veterans Honor Guard, the 278 Chemical Division, Tennessee Army National Guard, Oak Ridge, and they also will serve as Honorary Pallbearers. Donald Loy, Bob Stivers, Bill Shore, Bill Livengood, Richard Burnett, and David Perry.

The family will receive friends Sunday at Stevens Mortuary, Oglewood Avenue. RHEA, ELLEN A. age 76, of Charles Seivers Clinton, passed away Friday at her residence. Daughter of the late Jess and Lula Rhea. Preceded in death also by sisters, Helen Rhea and Beulah Queener; brothers, Ulyess and Clyde Rhea.

Survivors: nephew, Mike Salsbury of Lake City and a host of friends. Funeral service 8:30 p.m. Sunday, Holley-Gamble Chapel. Interment will be 2 p.m. Monday at Grandview Memorial Gardens.

The family will receive friends p.m. Sunday at Holley Gamble Funeral Home. SHERROD, CLARENCE SIFERS son of Mary Kathryn Asbury Sherrod and Jay Grant Sherrod, passed away October 7, 1997, at his home in Rutledge. Born June 10, 1922, he was preceded in death by both parents and his two brothers, Jay Grant Sherrod, and Frederick Sherrod. During WWII Mr.

Sherrod served honorably and with distinction in the United States Army. He retired from Union Carbide, where for many years he worked as a machinist. His generous, loving heart, good humor and wit, and caring attitude will be greatly missed. He is survived by his sister, Rosemary Sherrod Olson and her husband, Dean, of Bellingham, and their family; sister-inlaw, Gladys Worley Sherrod of Strawberry Plains, and numerous nieces, nephews and cousins. Berry Funeral Home, Chapman Highway in charge.

SMITH, LOIS J. A memorial service will be held October 13 for Lois J. Smith of Knoxville, who died October 9, of age related causes. She was 98 years old. Smith was born August 28, 1899 in Montgomery, Alabama to Henry C.

Jones and Gertrude Hudson Jones. She graduated high school in May, 1918 and married Cadar O. Smith, a captain in the Army Air Corps on July 1, 1918. Her husband preceded her in death in 1961. Smith was a homemaker until her four children were grown, after which she studied business at the University of Tennessee.

As a secretary in the Air National Guard, Smith worked at McGhee Tyson Air Force Base. A lifelong student of the Bible, Smith taught a teen Sunday school class at South Knoxville Baptist Church where she was a member for many years. Later in life she joined Meridian Baptist Church. Smith was an avid reader, enjoyed traveling, and the company of friends and family. All four children preceded her in death.

Survivors include six grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren and one great-great-grandchild. Smith's grandchildren will host a reception for friends and family on Sunday at 6 p.m. at Berry's Funeral Home. Monday service is at 11 a.m. at Berry's Funeral Home with Rev.

Jim Pitts officiating. She will be laid to rest at the National Veteran's Cemetery in Knoxville. STEGALL, SYDNEY HUGH age 86, of Knoxville, passed away October 9, 1997, at NHC Healthcare, Knoxville. He was the son of Edgar Houston Stegall and Amanda Caroline Bowling Stegall, also of Knoxville. He was a member and deacon of First Baptist Church where he belonged to the Joe Goddard Sunday School Class.

He attended the University of Tennessee and the University of Indiana. He began his long, distinguished career, as a bandleader with Syd Stegall and his orchestra. He was retired but was formerly the owner of Cherokee Coal and co*ke Company, the president of City Coal Company and an agent for New York Life Insurance Company. He served in the U.S. Navy during World War and was a member of the American Legion and the Disabled American Veterans.

He was a charter member of the Knoxville Lions Club, a member of the Knoxville Executives Club and the Sons of the American Revolution and the past president and director of the Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Knoxville. Mr. Stegall was preceded in death by his wife, Ruth Lynn Wallace Stegall, the sister of Dr. William Lindsay Wallace, the medical missionary to China for whom Wallace Memorial Baptist Church is named; his sister, Dorothy Grace Stegall de Janes, of St. Petersburg, and his nephew, David Houston de Janes of Atlanta.

His survivors include son, Dr. Sydney Wallace Stegall and daughter-in-law, Margaret Mary (Meg) Lucido-Bradley Stegall of Seattle, Washington; sister, Margaret Lucia (Marjorie) Stegall McCampbell and brother-inlaw, James W. McCampbell, Sr. of Knoxville; nieces, Mary Caroline de Janes Cogsdill and husband, Paul, of Social Circle, Catherine Lynn (Cathy) McCampbell Hileman and husband, Michael, of Knoxville, and Susan OBITUARIES Demonier de Janes Ryan, of Covington, nephews and their spouses, Dr. Robert Benneson and Junell de Janes I1, of Atlanta, and James W.

and Krista McCampbell, Jr. of Sarasota, greatnieces, Margaret Elizabeth (Meg) Cogsdill of Miami Beach, and Margaret Caroline (Maggie) McCampbell of Sarasota, great-nephews, John Michael de Janes and wife, Elizabeth, of Atlanta, John David Cogsdill of Social Circle, Robert Benneson de Janes Ill of Atlanta, Connor Owen of Sarasota, James Adam McCampbell Knoxville, Francis Joseph (Frank) Ryan Ill of Ft. Lewis, and Houston Talbot Ryan of Covington; great-great-niece, Margaret Elizabeth Ryan of Fayetteville, N.C. Funeral service will conducted at 2 p.m. Sunday, October 12, at Rose Mortuary Broadway Chapel, with Rev.

Dr. David Hull officiating; Margaret Cox will assist. Interment at Greenwood Cemetery. Active pallbearers will include Horace Harper, Robert Harper, Michael Hileman, Sam Barton Kirby, John Lee, and Michael Moss. Honorary pallbearers include: Buddy Allen, Paul Cogsdill, Joe Connelly, Keith Curtis, Robert Benneson de Janes If, Smiley Hines, Matthew Owen Kirby, James W.

McCampbell, James W. McCampbell, C. A. McMurray, Col. Robert Pederson, Hal Stephens, Billy Wallace, and the Joe Goddard Sunday School Class, as well as the staff and deacons of First Baptist Church.

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Charles Trentham Room at First Baptist Church or the Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Knoxville. Arrangements by Rose Mortuary Broadway Chapel. STEVENS, VIVIAN MODENA DANIEL age 70 of Maryville, died Friday at her Chapman Highway. TERRY, TERESA (RALPH) age 37 of home. She was a member of the Eastern Star Chapter 262 of Limestone, Tennessee, and she also was a member of Grace Memorial Church.

SHe was retired from the dry cleaning business. She is preceded in death by husband, Homer Stevens. Survivors include daughter, Rhonda Stevens and granddaughter, Brandi Stevens; brothers, B.C. Daniel of Limestone, and Walter Daniel of Maryville; step-children, William and John Stevens of Indiana, Karen Lewis of Virginia; Barbara Addison of Washington; ten step-grandchildren; several nieces and nephews; special friends, Louise Teffeteller and Evelyn McClanahan. Funeral service will be 8:30 Sunday at McCammon-Ammons Funeral Home.

Interment will be 2 p.m. Monday at Grandview Cemetery with the Rev. Billy Carrigan and Rev. Jeff Crisp officiating. The family will receive friends p.m.

Sunday at McCammon-Ammons Funeral Home, Maryville. TERRY, BLANCHE MCCONNELL age 83, of South Knoxville, died October 10, 1997, at Baptist Hospital. She is preceded in death by her husband, Robert Karl Terry. Mrs. Terry and her husband lived for several years in Corpus Christi, Texas, where they grew orchids.

Survivors: sisters, Johnnie Mae Lowery and Jennie Lynn Leland; several nieces and nephews; step-granddaughter, Melissa Willie Stowers. Funeral service 8 p.m. Monday at Berry Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Mark L. Knisley officiating.

Interment will be 11 a.m. Tuesday at Greenwood Cemetery. The family will receive friends 6-8 p.m. Monday at Berry Funeral Home, Lenoir City passed away suddenly Friday afternoon October 10, 1997, in an automobile accident. She was manager of Bruce's Auto Parts.

She was preceded in death by her mother, Frances Viars Terry on June 23, 1997. Survivors: father, Henry Nate Terry; brothers and sisters-inlaw, Hardin and Janis Terry of Lenoir City, Bobby Terry of Nashville, Sonny and Sherry Terry of Claxton, Ruben Terry of Lenoir City; nieces and nephews, Christal and Paul Brown, Barrett, Whitney and Morgan Terry; great-nieces, Hayley Brown and Brianna Terry; several aunts and uncles. The family will receive friends from 6-8 p.m. Sunday followed by funeral service at 8 p.m. in the Click Funeral Home Chapel, Rev.

Tony Collins officiating. Graveside service 11 a.m. Monday Lake View Cemetery, Rev. Frank Weaver officiating. Click Funeral Home, Lenoir City, in charge.

WAGGONER BERNARD L. age 90 of Knoxville, passed away Oct. 11, 1997, at St. Mary's Medical Center. Member of Marble City United Methodist Church.

U.S. Army Veteran. He was a Shriner and member of The Charles McKinney Lodge. He coached the American Legion Baseball Team for 25 years and was a member of the Tennessee Sheriff's Assoc. Retired Chief of Detectives Division of the Knoxville Police Dept.

He served as Sheriff of Knox Co. for three terms. Preceded in death by wife, Mae Franklin Waggoner. Survived by sons, Bernard L. George Kenneth and William S.

Waggoner; several grandchildren, greatgrandchildren, and several devoted nieces and nephews. Friends will meet at 1:45 p.m. Monday at Woodlawn Cemetery for a 2 p.m. Graveside service, Rev. John Tiller and Rev.

Campbell officiating. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Marble City United Methodist Church. The family will receive friends p.m. Sunday at McCarty Weaver Cumberland Chapel. WHITEAKER, JAMES EUGENE age 53 of Knoxville, passed away Friday evening.

He was a veteran and preceded in death by father, James Lee Whiteaker. Survivors: mother, Mildred Whiteaker; sisters, Pat Ezell of Norris, Faye Rosenbalm of Clinton, Jan Fox of Halls, Judy Silcox of Heiskell; brothers, Bobby of Andersonville, Eddie of Knoxville, Joe of Halls and Henry of Andersonville; several nieces and nephews; aunt, Oma Langford of Knoxville. Funeral service 11 a.m. Monday Mynatt's Chapel, Rev. Marty Stooksbury officiating.

Interment Mt. Olive Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Anderson County High School Athletic Department. The family will receive friends 7-9 p.m. Sunday at Mynatt's.

WILSON, JESSE JAMES (JIM) age 77 of Fountain City, passed away Saturday, Oct. 11, 1997 at his home. Survivors: wife, Helen Wilson; children, James M. Wilson of St. Louis, Gary S.

Wilson and Jan Wilson of Franklin, Tenn; four grandchildren; five great-grandchildren; sisters, Jo Proffitt of Knoxville and Evelyn Brasel of Wartburg; brothers, Gaylon Wilson of Knoxville and Don Wilson of Nashville. Funeral service 8 p.m. Monday Mynatt's Chapel, Rev. Larry Beeler officiating. Family and friends will meet at Highland Memorial Cemetery 11 a.m.

Tuesday for interment. The family will receive friends 6-8 p.m. Monday at Mynatt's. WOHLWEND, REV. FRED J.

age 81 of Sevierville, died Saturday Oct. 11, 1997, at his home. He had recently retired as pastor of New Era Baptist Church of Sevierville. Former pastorates include Englewood First Baptist, Boyd's Creek Baptist, McGinley Street Baptist in Maryville, and Pioneer Missions in Springfield, Ohio. He was a part time employee of Atchley Funeral Home in Sevierville.

Rev. Wohlwend was a graduate of Harrison Chilhowee Baptist Academy, Carson-Newman College and Southwestern Theological Seminary. He was preceded in death by his parents, Charles and Bessie Wohlwend of Knoxville; brothers, Charles, Vernon, and Robert Wohlwend; and sister, Ruth Anderson, all of Knoxville. Survivors: wife, Edith Hatcher Wohlwend; sons and daughters-in-law, Dr. James and Janet Wohlwend of Morristown, Dr.

David and Kerma Wohlwend of Knoxville; daughter and son-in-law, Carolyn and Bill Robbins of Morristown; grandchildren, Angela and Michael Tenpenny of Knoxville, Wendy and David Blackburn of Maryville, Jana Wohlwend and Bethany Robbins of Morristown, Hollie, Heather and Jonathan Wohlwend of Knoxville; great-grandchildren, Anna Kate Tenpenny and Emma Blackburn; brothers, Carl Wohlwend of Knoxville, Harold Wohlwend of Lutz, sister, Anna Mae Guinn of Knoxville. Funeral service 4:30 p.m. Sunday in the West Chapel of Atchley Funeral Home, Dr. W.W. Cope and Dr.

Rich Liner officiating. Interment 11 a.m. Monday in Grandview Cemetery in Maryville. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Carson man College in Jefferson City. The family will receive friends following the service Sunday at Atchley Funeral Home in Sevierville.

WORSHAM, BETTY R. age 75 of Knoxville, passed away Friday, October 10, 1997. She attended Alice Bell Baptist Church. Retired from the Atomic Energy Commission. Survivors: sister, Billie Bush; daughter, Kristy Worsham, both of Knoxville.

Family and friends will meet at the main entrance to Greenwood Cemetery at 1:45 p.m. Sunday for graveside and interment service at 2 p.m., Rev. Jesse Rouse officiating. Arrangements by Rose Mortuary Broadway Chapel. In Loving Memory of CONNIE BELINDA BURNS May 11, 1969 Oct.

12, 1985 Absent from the body, present with the Lord. Someday we will join you, honey, where there will be no tears, sickness, or death. We love and miss you. Dad, Mom, Cindy, and Mamaw In Loving Memory of TERESA DIANE DELK October 13, 1948 October 17, 1996 A million times we've missed you, a million times we've cried. If love alone could have saved you, you never would have died.

It broke our hearts to lose you, but you did not go alone, for part of us went with you, the day God called you home. He saw you getting tired when a cure was not to be, so he put his arms around you and whispered: "Come with me." Sadly missed on her birthday. We love you. Husband, children; grandchildren; parents and brothers. There are too many that love her to mention them all.

In Memory of our beloved Mother a and Grandmother, WILLIE JEAN (BILL) HARVEY, a Christian who devoted her life to her family and church. November 2, 1915 October 12, 1996 "A Mother's love is forever nothing can take it from you, for it lives in your heart and your memories and is part of all that you do." Jackie and Dennie Moldenhauer, Paula and Bart Littleton, Jim and Krystee Hair, and Clay Hair. The Family of GWEN WHITE SHORES wishes to express our gratitude for all the prayers and acts of love and kindness extended to the family during our time of sorrow. Thank you simply does not express the depth of our appreciation. In Loving Memory FRANK DOUGLAS TAYLOR April 14, 1944- October 13, 1995 You were gone before we knew it.

Only God knows why. A million times we've needed you. A million times we've cried, if love alone could saved you, you never would have died. They say time heals every hurt, but this we cannot say, for you've been gone two years now and we miss you everyday. In life we loved you dearly.

In death we love you still, for in our hearts you hold a place no one can ever fill. It broke our hearts to lose you, but you did not go alone, for part of us went with you the day God took you home. We love and miss you very much. The Taylor Family, Doug, Maxie, Mary, William and Betty. In Rememberance 2 years ago October 13, FRANK D.

Remembrance There's a remembrance walk each with you. pleasant, road, my filled with true. Today me through where I can quil peacefulness smile. There ding trees That it seems where God can go back And God go the day we Sadly missed and daughter, EAST TENNESSEE Body found in Abrams Creek is 3rd apparent Smokies drowning in '97 By John Stiles in Townsend. When he didn't On Sept.

28, the body of KnoxNews-Sentinel state editor hear from his wife for a couple of villian Paul Edward Perry, 39, days, he called the Townsend Po- was recovered from waters below A West Knoxville woman lice Department, which issued an Abrams Falls. Perry drowned the whose body was found Friday all-points bulletin. night before after diving 1 into a floating in about 3 feet of water is Miller said rangers earlier had pool of water at the bottom of the the third apparent drowning vic- noticed her vehicle at the trailtim this year in the Great Smoky head and rangers were alerted. falls. surfaced apparently Perry hit his Mountains National Park, offi- Miller said there was no cause for head and momentarily said Saturday.

alarm earlier because backpack- before disappearing under the to Bob trailheads. water's surface. cials Miller, the body of Janet Danny Hampton, 19, of According park Ranger ers often leave cars at Lynne Janet Lynne Bochsler was Bochsler, 44, of Buckhead Trail found floating in a pool of water Decatur, drowned in July. was found by hikers Friday about about 50 feet wide. She Hampton and two other men was 5:30 p.m.

in Abrams Creek be- dressed for hiking, and had suf- were camping at the Abrams tween the Abrams Falls trailhead fered injuries to her face and Creek Campground and fishing in in Cades Cove and Abrams Falls. forehead, Miller said. the creek. When Hampton failed Bochsler's husband, Philip "She apparently was rock hop- to return to camp the other two Bochsler, told authorities his wife ping and fell," Miller said. men began a search and found left home Wednesday to spend "There was no indication she was him floating in knee-deep water, time in the park and rent a cabin park officials said.

One man killed, another injured in late-night double shooting A 26-year-old man was shot to death just before midnight Friday, and a second man was wounded by the estranged boyfriend of an East Knoxville woman, authorities said. Maurice Glenn Widener died after he was shot in the chest in front of the house at 2317 Woodbine Ave. at 11:59 p.m., records show. His friend, Michael B. Dalton, 24, also suffered a gunshot wound in the chest area, but the injury was not life-threatening, police said.

Knoxville Police Department Investigator Larry Vineyard is probing the double shooting. According to police, Widener and Dalton had gone to the Woodbine house after the female resident's estranged boyfriend showed up. The boyfriend, who has not been identified, Widener and Dalton argued, and the woman told Widener and Dalton to leave, police said. Later, Widener and Dalton returned. Police said it was unclear whether the two men came back to confront the estranged boyfriend or to apologize.

Witnesses gave both accounts. While Dalton stood in the yard, Widener walked toward the porch. The estranged boyfriend, who was standing in the doorway, then allegedly shot the pair. Police raid suspected crack house, seize drugs, paraphernalia A suspected crack cocaine dealer was arrested Friday night after officers raided a Northwest Knoxville house and discovered a small cache of the crystallized drug. Officers with the Knoxville Police Department's Organized Crime unit, West Sector division Knoxville's Community Development executed a search warrant at the house at 1201 Ohio Ave.

about 9:30 p.m. They found at least three people inside. A fourth man, who was in the yard, fled but later was arrested. Organized Crime Sgt. Sam West said officers found 8 grams of crack and various items of paraphernalia, including homemade pipes and razor blades, inside the house.

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Knoxville man beaten, another stabbed in fight over loud music A Northwest Knoxville man was beaten with a bat, and one of his alleged assailants was stabbed more than 10 times early Saturday after a fight broke out over loud music, authorities said. Darrell Waddell, 32, was severely beaten outside his McSpadden Street in the Western Heights housing project around 6:30 a.m. One of his alleged assailants, Albert William Mary 25, was repeatedly stabbed with a kitchen knife during the fracas, police said. The incident began after Waddell banged on the wall with his shoe and loudly complained about the music coming from Mary's apartment next door. At least two men went to Waddell's apartment, pulled him outside and beat him until he was unconscious, police said.

When Mary and another man allegedly tried to attack Waddell's cousin inside the apartment, the cousin fought back, stabbing Mary, police said. Knoxville Police Department Investigator Mike Hyde said charges are pending. Jefferson girl, 12, killed in wreck south of White Pine A 12-year-old Jefferson County girl was killed Friday night when she was ejected from a pickup truck, authorities said. According to Tennessee Highway Patrol Trooper Tracy Barrett, Rachel Scalf of Dandridge was a passenger in a truck driven by Jeremy Lee Almon, 16, of Blountville. The accident occurred on Phillips Road about two miles south of White Pine.

Barrett said the pickup ran off the road, recrossed the road and went into a ditch. The truck flipped onto its top and slid along the highway. While sliding, the truck struck a car driven by John Paul Scalf, 16, the victim's brother. John Paul Scalf and a passenger, his 10- year-old brother, were not injured. Almon and another passenger in his truck, Joseph Stewart, 15, of Blountville, were treated at Jefferson Memorial Hospital.

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