Edward Charles Schwab

Edward Charles Schwab, 78, formally of Arden, NC, passed away at his home in Corryton, TN on May 17, 2022.

Ed served in the US Air Force Reserves during Viet Nam where he was an airplane mechanic. For 40 plus years he was the owner/operator of Schwab Construction. He was part of the Lions Club for many years as well as a volunteer at the VA Hospital in Asheville, NC. Ed was also part of the Hendersonville, NC Antique Car Club.

He was preceded in death by his parents, Ellen and Walter Schwab.

Survivors include his wife of 49 years, Susan Bellamy Schwab; daughters, Margaret (James) Bentley of Luttrell, TN and Suzanne (Trey) Emmons of Norfolk, VA; grandchildren, Emily Foster Bentley, Lauren Frazier Bentley, Ellen Rosemary Emmons and Virginia Ann Emmons; brothers, Hank Schwab and Jim (Buff) Schwab; and 2 nieces and 2 nephews.

A Memorial Service is to be determined. Condolences may be sent to 120 Monday Road, Corryton, TN 37721. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to your local Veteran Association in Ed’s name.

Chris Reed

Chris Reed, 32, passed away peacefully on May 4th, 2022 surrounded by loved ones after battling a brief illness. He graduated from Powell High School in 2007 and went on to graduate from the University of Tennessee in 2012 with a bachelor’s in mathematics. He worked for many years as a system analyst at Clayton Homes. He loved spending time watching Vols college football, and nerding out about anything Marvel, superhero, and everything in the sifi genera. Chris was a realist and let you know his opinions about anything, even if you didn’t want to know.

He was preceded in death by grandfathers Bruce Reed, George Jones, Jr, and Carl Morris.

Chris is survived by his loving wife Leslie Reed; beloved dog Daisy Reed; parents Ed and Tammy Reed; brother Tyler Reed; nephew Hendrick Reed; grandmothers Micky Reed, Faye Jones; mother-in-law LuAnne Setzer; brother-in-law Matthew Turpin and family; nanny Mary Morris; and many aunts and uncles and many friends.

A celebration of life will be held on Sunday May 8th, 4 o’clock at Fountain City Presbyterian Church, 500 Hotel Road, Knoxville, TN 37918. In lieu of flowers, the family ask that you donate to the Cancer Support Community of East Tennessee.  

Matthew Reed Marsh

Matthew Reed Marsh, 51, passed away after a brief illness on March 28, 2022, in Knoxville, TN. Born in Norwich, Connecticut, and raised in Memphis, Matt graduated from White Station High School where he played basketball. He went on to play for Arkansas Tech University and then earned a degree in business from the University of Memphis. He celebrated nearly 28 years of marriage to the love of his life Laurie (Anderson), and together they raised three daughters, Caroline Sarnecki (Luke), Hallie and Annsley.

Matt’s career as a salesman began in his teenage years and he found success with large office supply companies across Tennessee. His charming personality and attention to detail with his clients carried him to record-breaking achievements in sales.

With Jesus as his Savior, Matt was guided by faith, especially in the most challenging days of his life. His childhood revolved around the activities of the churches in which his family served, and he and Laurie raised their girls with the same commitment to service and fellowship.

Being a husband and father was the joy of Matt’s life. He also enjoyed rooting for the University of Memphis Tigers basketball team, collecting comic books, reading, and sharing time with his family and friends.

In addition to his wife and daughters, Matt is survived by his parents, Russ and Beverly Marsh; brother, Peter Marsh (Courtney); sister, Jennifer Dixon (Rob); and multiple nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by brother, James Clay Marsh (Baran) and his loving grandparents.

A celebration of Matthew’s life will be held Saturday April 23, 2022, at 2pm at Arlington Abbey, 6183 Quintard Street, Arlington, TN.

In lieu of flowers, his family requests donations in his honor to The American Heart Association.

Raymond Dorsey Jr.

Raymond Bruce Dorsey Jr., age 68 of Maryville, passed away Tuesday, March 29, 2022, at Blount Memorial Hospital.  Proceeded in death by parents, Raymond Dorsey Sr; Helen Gertrude Sherwood Dorsey Harris (Hoyit); Gary Lynn Dorsey.  Survivors include wife, Pamela Cooper Dorsey; son Jeffrey Dorsey; Amy Blankenship (Bo); grandchildren Riley Dorsey; Tyler Blankenship all of Maryville.  Many special friends, nieces and nephews.   

Despite his sickness, Raymond fought a good fight for 7 years.  He was an inspiration to many.  He was ready to meet Jesus and be done with all the suffering.  He was a firefighter for 20 plus years and farmed most of his life.  He could often be found in the farm shop working on equipment.  Raymond was a kind, compassionate and generous man.  He was always willing to lend a helping hand when someone was in need- regardless of what the circumstance might be.  Camping was the love of him and Pam’s life- they met many friends across the entire United States.   

Funeral service will be held on Saturday, April 9th, 2022, at Alcoa-Maryville Church of God with Reverend Paul Dyar officiating.  Receiving of friends will be from 2:00 to 3:00 with service held immediately afterwards.  Refreshments will be served for family and friends after service.   

Belinda Sue Rauhuff

Belinda Sue Rauhuff, 68, of Mascot passed away at her home on March 26, 2022.

She was preceded in death by her husband, Frank Matthews and  parents, Lloyd and Dorothy Harper.

Survivors include in daughter, Tammy (James) Bennett; two grandchildren, Ricky (Breanna) Galyon and Tyler (Sarah) Bennett; great-grandson, Hudson Bennett; and many close friends.

The family will have a memorial at a later time.

Jeffrey Turner

Jeffrey Turner passed away suddenly on March 12, 2022.

He was born to parents, Sandra and Kyle Turner on February 2, 1965.

Jeff was employed by Ben Atchley Veterans Home for many years. He loved his work and considered many of his co-workers as family.

He was a graduate of Knoxville Christian School where he received a 4 year scholarship to Hyles Anderson Christian College in Hammond, Indiana. He was a member of the West Park Baptist Church.

He was preceded in death by parents, Sandra and Kyle Turner.

He leaves behind aunts, uncle, cousins,  many friends, and his faithful furry friend, “Kitty”.

A graveside service will be held at Shady Grove Cemetery (Shady Grove Missionary Baptist Church 12870 S Northshore Dr. Knoxville, TN) on March 26, 2022 at 10 am with Greg Tipton officiating.

Mary Bagocius

Mary Bagocius of North Palm Beach, Florida passed away peacefully on March 17, 2022.

Mary was one of 4 sisters and one brother born to Domenica and John Serafino of Camden, New Jersey.

She was a loving sister to her siblings and assumed the role of caretaker after their parents passed away.In her early years, Mary traveled away from home to work for the Hilton Hotel Corporation, enjoying a few years in Puerto Rico as part of her tenure. She also worked for the RCA corporation, which ultimately led her to South Florida, when she was offered a position at the new facility in Palm Beach Gardens.  It was there she met the love of her life, John C. Bagocius. They married and started a family, raising in faith their two children, Hilary and John.

She was preceded in death by her husband, John C. Bagocius of North Palm Beach, Florida and her sisters Carmella Marchionni (Siro) of PA and Rose Powers (John) of CA, and brother Vincent Serafino of VA.

Mary is survived by her children, Hilary (Eric) Anderson and John J. (Lisa) Bagocius; her sister, Lucy Serafino of CA; and her grandchildren Cassidy, Abigail, Joseph, and Christina Anderson as well as John P. and Ben Bagocius. Mary was a beloved and caring mother, Grammy, wife and sister to all her family.  

Mary will be laid to rest next to her husband at Riverside Memorial Park Cemetery. 

Gary Loveday, Sr.

Gary Loveday Sr., of Knoxville, has gone to be with the Lord on February 25th, 2022. He is preceded in death by mother and father (Margaret and Glen), brothers (Harold and Tony), sister (Carolyn) and sister-in-law (Donna). Leaves behind wife of 46 years, Teresa. Children: Gary Jr. (Christy), Alex, Amy and Bethany. A host of nieces, nephews, grandchildren and 4 great grandchildren. Special friends Jack Cruze and Goob (Raymond). Memorial service to be held Saturday, March 5th @ Redemption Harvest Church on Avenue A from 4pm-6pm. Rev. Chris Gardener and Rev. Becky Milligan to officiate. 

Paula Dudek Newlan

 Paula Dudek Newlan, 68, passed away quickly and unexpectedly at home in Clinton TN on January 18, 2022. Paula was born in Superior WI to Helen Podgorak Dudek and Joseph Dudek on October 28, 1953. She graduated from Superior high school, U W LaCrosse, and University of Northern Colorado. She worked in Duluth MN and Denver CO as a supervisor of special needs adults. Paula later received her Master’s degree in Special Education and taught as a special education teacher in Colorado and Tennessee. Paula spent her life caring for others and so continued to in her death, as she had arranged to donate her organs and tissues to help others.

Paula lived in Colorado, Ohio, and Tennessee but she always considered Superior to be her home. Paula loved to tell stories and was the life of the party many times. Her northern accent would always bring up the question “Where are you from?” and she was proud to say northern Wisconsin. Paula was a dedicated Green Bay Packers fan (even though she did not know much about football) as she loved to cheer for her home and keep involved with her football loving husband.

Paula was a devoted wife, proud mother, and friend to many. Paula is survived by her husband Jim Newlan of Clinton, TN; sons Matt Newlan of Clinton, TN and Shawn Newlan of Atlanta, GA; mother Helen Dudek of Superior, WI; sister Carol Spencer and husband Frank of Woodbine, MD; sister-in-law Carol DeLaCruz of Peoria, IL; brother-in-law Ed Newlan and wife Terry of East Peoria, IL; as well as many aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, and cousins. A Celebration of Life will be held in Superior WI at a later date.

Billy Allen Williams

Billy Allen Williams earned his wings February 2, 2022 after fighting lingering problems from Covid for 4 months. Billy was born June 25, 1968 in Los Angeles, CA to Bill and Mary Ann Williams. Billy was of the Baptist faith.

Preceded in death by his wife Teresa Ann (Carr), father Bill Williams, nephews Billy Gregory Williams, Michael Walker Jr & Dustin (Pork) Price.

Survived by his mother Mary Ann Williams, mother-in-law Irma Carr, his girls Brittany Isbill (Nicholas Weaver), Jessica Isbill and Erica Isbill. Sisters Patti Hodge (Stimey), Carolyn (Cricket) Dennis and Donna Broyles (Rick), Brother John Williams. He has 6 grandchildren that he loved, Ryan Daniel Weaver, Elijah Frank Alton Riley, William Shon Seivers, Isabella Rutherford, Jocelyn Rutherford & Marvel Rutherford. Special friend Susan Lynn and her parents Dewey & Peggy Jones. Nieces & nephews, Jennifer Denny (Ricky), Crystal Broyles, Brandy Storment, Bryan Price & Brandon Price. Lots of great nieces and nephews and many friends.

Billy loved all of his family. Billy drove a truck for over 30 years and was known as Billy the Kid on the road. If you knew Billy you know how he got that name.

Celebration of Life will be Saturday February 12, 2022 at 1pm at the South Point Church, 1029 Avenue A, Knoxville TN 37920