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ROBERT (BOBBY) HANEY

by DFH Inc. on 12/08/21

ROBERT (BOBBY) HANEY   AGE 86 PASSED AWAY NOVEMBER THE 27TH AT HIS HOME 

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Treva “Darlene” Riley

by DFH Inc. on 11/29/21

Treva “Darlene” Riley Was born on October 6, 1949, and unexpectedly went to be with her Lord and Savior November 24, 2021 at her home.

She was preceded in death by her parents Mendel E and Frankie Mae Watson, son Kevin Jones, daughter Norma Shults, brother Don Green, and granddaughter Jacqueline Jackson

She is survived by her husband Joseph Riley, her son Timothy Shellenberg (Cheryl) and daughter-in-law LuAnn Perkins, sister Pam Dalton and sister-in-law Sylvia Riley. Stepchildren Rashanda Riley, Temecka Smith, Christopher Jones, Morris Jackson, Terry Phillips, LeAnn Hurst, and Lydia, nieces Sally Jones and Elisabeth Green, 14 grandchildren one who she loved dearly Thomas Paul Shults, 37 great grandchildren, and many other family, friends, and Church family.

She lived most of her life in Coalfield, Tn. Darlene loved spending time with her husband of 19 years JJ. She looked forward to and enjoyed her daily conversations with grandson Thomas Paul Shults and his Wife hope, she loved her family with all her heart, and she adored animals. She was a faithful member of Oak Ridge Baptist Church. 

The family will receive friends from 12:00 pm-1:00 pm on Wednesday December 1, 2021, at Dockery Funeral Home. Funeral services will follow with Rev. Bobby McCoy, Rev. Jeremy Tyler, Temecka Smith, and Rev. Joseph Pinkerton officiating. Burial will follow at Bent creek Cemetery in Whitesburg, Tn.

Arrangements by Dockery-Senter Funeral Home

Billy Manuel Goodson, Jr

by DFH Inc. on 11/25/21

Billy Manuel Goodson, Jr. was released from earthly life on Thursday, November 18 at Forth Sanders Regional Medical Center in Knoxville, Tennessee.  He was the third son born to the late Billy M. and Mary M. Goodson.  It's unusual that Jr. is part of the third son's name but Billy Sr. made that decision with four words:  Look at his hands, Billy Jr. was an absolutely excellent guitar player -- a skill, talent passed down from Billy Sr. who, in his earlier years had his own band, played the guitar and the upright bass.  Billy Jr. spent many years as a road musician performing with Chuck Berry, Bill Withers, Earth, Wind & Fire and others.  A common, often spoken expression of him was "Bill can pop'em strangs!"  Billy Jr. too, was equally talented on the base guitar but preferred either the lead or rhythm guitar.


He is survived by first daughter Matila and son Billy III -- closely knit with all three having birthdays in the month of August: 13th, 14th, and 4th respectively.  Second daughter Sarah took him on a week long birthday trip this past August wherein cherished memories were made and loads of pictures.  Seven grandchildren:  Dustin, Matthew, Patrick, Varil, Braycen, Brenden and Meadow.  Three great grandchildren: Matieus, Mayla, and Callie: a brother Joe and a sister Evelyn; six nephews: Victor, Derek, Dion, Marlin, Joe Jr., and Manuel; four nieces: Eve, Angela, Michelle, and Denise.

The family will receive friends at Dockery-Senter Chapel from 1-2 pm on Saturday, November 27, funeral service at 2 pm officiated by Pastor Reginald Strong, and burial to follow at Rock of Ages Cemetery

Dockery-Senter Funeral Home in charge of arrangments 

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