Lebron Massengill Jr.

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Lebron Massengill Jr., of Ooltewah, passed Wednesday, April 22, 2020, at his residence.

He was retired from McKee Bakery after working 30-plus years, and from the Hamilton County Recreation Department.

He attended Booker Washington High School and was a member of Pure Holiness Church of God, where he served as a deacon and on the usher board.
He loved fishing and working on cars.

He was preceded in death by his parents, Lebron Massengill Sr. and Marie Thompson Massengill; sisters and brothers: Martha Crawford, Charlotte Glenn, Rosa Mae Barrett, Emma Lee Lenior, Druscilla Goode, Robert Swafford, Charles Massengill, and Andrew "A.J." Massengill;  first wife, Carolyn Smith Massengill; second wife, Hattie Howard Massengill; and stepdaughter, Patricia Favors; and stepson, Edward Howard.
Survivors include his wife, Sandra Hill Massengill of Ooltewah; two sons: Timothy (Stephanie) Massengill of Cleveland, and Hosea Lebron Massengill of Chattanooga; special devoted grandson, Timothy A’Donte (Chelsea) Massengill of Chattanooga; stepdaughters: Paris Ferby, Flora Addison of Ooltewah, Julia Tisdell of Chattanooga; special stepdaughter, Jean Howard Hill of Washington, D.C.; a special close friend, Eric Sims; stepgrandson, Jimmy (Rita) Favors of Birmingham, Ala.; two sisters: Bettie (Fredrick) Pitner  and Gwendolyn (Robert) Pitner, all of Cleveland; two brothers: Arthur (Eula) Massengill of Chattanooga, and Thomas (Nancy) Massengill of Georgetown; two sisters-in-law: Lucille Massengill and Mary Massengill;  caregivers: Marlin Reeuver, and Sherry Jones; and many other relatives and dear friends.

The body will lie in repose at M.D. Dotson & Sons Funeral Home, Cleveland on Tuesday, April 28, 2020, from 12 noon until 1 p.m., with a private ceremony to follow. 

Burial will be at Lakewood Cemetery in Chattanooga.


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