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PENNINGTON, OLLIE – age 93, of the Smith Creek Community, passed away Wednesday, October 5, at the Hillcrest Nursing Home in Knoxville, following a lingering illness. She was the daughter of the late ANDREW PENNINGTON and the late MARY ELIZABETH "Grant" PENNINGTON. She was a member of the New Salem United Baptist Church. She is survived by one sister: HELEN "Pennington" LAXTON of the Capital Hill Community; several nieces and nephews; and many other relatives and friends. Funeral services were conducted at 2 p.m. Saturday, October 8 at the West-Murley Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. GILBERT PHILLIPS officiating. Burial followed in the Lloyd Cemetery in the Smith Creek Community. (Source: undated clipping from unidentified newspaper, in family papers of Betty Howard of Pinole, CA, though handwritten note says Dec. 16, 1890 – Oct. 6, 1983) - most likely the IH.
PHILLIPS, STEVE - "Services held for Steve Phillips." Hundreds of Scott Countians paid their final respects to STEVE PHILLIPS, 45, over the weekend. PHILLIPS, who was serving as Scott County's Solid Waste Director, died Thursday at LaFollette Medical Center. He had suffered an apparent heart attack at his home on July 19, and remained in a coma until his death. In addition to his duties as the county's Solid Waste Director, PHILLIPS was an affiliate broker and real estate appraiser with MIKE SEXTON Properties in Oneida. He was a former co-owner of Top Milling, Inc., an avid outdoorsman and sports enthusiast. Funeral services were conducted Saturday at 8:30 p.m. at the First Baptist Church. Burial followed Sunday afternoon at the Lone Mountain Cemetery in Robbins. Survivors include his wife, JANE; a son, HEATH; a daughter, LeELLEN; sister, DIANE BUSH; and mother, VESTA PHILLIPS. (Source: Independent Herald, Vol. 23, No. 13, Thu, 20 August 1998, p12)
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