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Felicia Kimsey, 56, of Chattanooga, died on Friday, May 31, 2019, at a local hospital.  more

Wayne Adams, 65, of Cleveland, died this morning, June 6, 2019, at his home.

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Cleo A. Arp, 90, of Cleveland, died on Wednesday, June 5, 2019, in a local healthcare facility.

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Jean P. Goodwin, 75, of  Birchwood, went to her final rest in the arms of an angel on Monday, June 3, 2019, while surrounded by loved ones.

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Royce Rick Harris, 68, of Pikeville, died on Wednesday, June 5, 2019, at his home. 

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Dr. Stinnett D. Ballew, 77, of Resaca, died Friday, May 31, 2019. Stinnett Davis Ballew was born January 24, 1942 in Old Fort, TN to Price J Ballew and Aline Davis Ballew. He was born into a Christian family. His father was a deacon and song leader, and his mother was a member of the choir and Sunday School teacher in a Baptist Church. His grandfather, Thomas M. Davis, was an old-fashion Baptist Circuit Riding Preacher. more
Alberta L. Baltimore, 73, of Birchwood, died on Tuesday, June 4, 2019, at her home. Survivors and arrangements will be announced by the Cleveland chapel of Companion Funeral Home and Cremation … more
Dorothy Rosetia Bridwell Bunch Beaty, 87, a resident of Georgetown, passed away Monday, June 3, 2019 at her residence. She was a member of Georgetown Baptist Church. She enjoyed gardening, farming, quilting and traveling with the Seniors Group and cooking delicious meals for her family and friends. Her travels took her to Nova Scotia, Niagara Falls, west to the Grand Canyon, Hoover Dam, Tombstone and she enjoyed the Florida beaches. more
Daniel Charles Cawood age 63 a resident of Cleveland passed away Monday June 3, 2019 at the family residence. He was preceded in death by his father Wayne Cawood. more
We honor the life and passing of Sue Matthews who was beloved artist, poet, teacher, friend, advocate, and supporter for so many throughout Cleveland and beyond. Born in Franklin, NC, Sue moved to Cleveland with her family, graduating from Bradley High School in 1953, followed by studies at Lee University. During her many years of service to others, she worked as substitute teacher at North Lee Elementary School, served as Boy Scout Den Mother for a local troop, helped found the Swiss Alley group of shop owners, served as a charter member of the Cleveland Creative Arts Guild, assisting in the establishment of Cleveland’s first art gallery, the Night Gallery, and co-coordinating many theater productions for the Guild. Sue also worked with local artists to found the Nillie Bipper Arts and Crafts Festival. One activity significant to her was her portrayal of Mrs. Santa Claus at the Village Mall. For almost 15 years, she provided love and hope to so many children, a vital mission to her, creating long-lasting joy with her sparkling eyes and sweet smile in so many family memories through portraits with Mrs. Claus. North Cleveland Baptist Church received her sweet service in several capacities such as serving as Church Hostess, Sunday School Teacher, Youth Volunteer, Children’s Ministries, helping form the NCBC Preschool, volunteering and supporting numerous ministries. more
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