Glenda so sorry for your lose.. I am praying for you all. God bless and keep you and yours is my prayer!! hugs Linda
Scott so sorry for the loss of your wife.My thoughts and prayers are with you and you children. Class of 1974
My sincere condolences to your family. May you have wonderful memories of times spent together and have comfort in God's promise of a new world where death will be no more (Revelation 21:3, 4). My deepest sympathy to you all.
Sorry for your loss. Your dad was a very respected man in our community. I appreciate the values he demonstrated during his lifetime. God bless your family.
Curt was always available to help or council when we were both at Volunteer Mining Company. Love to share and talk about Carr Creek and Knott County, Ky.
Sorry for the loss of your love one. John appreciated and loved Curt and his friendship. Now they will meet again in Heaven.
May these few words convey my sympathy.
Sorry to hear of the death of your dad. Our prayers are with you.
Mr. John Thomas Nichols, age 72 of Oak Ridge passed away on Sunday, June 26, 2016 at Canterfield Assisted Living. He was born in Chicago, Ill and grew up in the Chicago area. He very was active in the Eagle Scouts during his younger years. He loved track and was a member of the U.T. Track Team including the SEC Championship Team of 1966.
He received his MBA Degree from the University of Montana and also a Master's Degree in Accounting from MSU.
John proudly served our country in the U.S. Air Force and retired as an Air Force Major.
After retirement, he became very devoted to mission work through his church in West Tennessee. He moved to Oak Ridge four years ago to be close to his daughter and her family. He attended Grace Covenant Church in Oak Ridge.
He was preceded in death by his parents.
He is survived by his daughter, Rebecca Anne Brockwell and her husband, Eric of Oak Ridge;
Son, John Thomas Nichols, Jr. and his wife, Sindhia of Memphis;
Granddaughter, Deirdre Brockwell;
Sisters, Karen Nichols, Pamela McMullen, and Cathy Rieser.
The family will receive friends on Wednesday Evening, June 29, 2016 from 4-5:00 pm at Grace Covenant Church at Trinity Center, 320 Robertsville Rd, Oak Ridge, Tn 37830. The Funeral Service will begin at 5:00 pm with Pastor Larry Dipboye officiating.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to St. Jude Children's Hospital, 501 St. Jude Place, Memphis, TN 38105 or go to: stjude.org/give.html
Jackson Funeral Services is honored to serve the Nichols Family. We invite you to share your thoughts and memories with the family at jacksonfuneralservices.com
Billie Bright Campbell, a former long-time Trumansburg NY resident, died on Friday, June 17, 2016 in Oak Ridge Tenn. She was 95.
Billie was born on June 17, 1921 in Eccles, WV to James and Goldie Bright. Her childhood years were spent in Colver, PA, a mining town where her father was a paymaster at a coal mine. She attended High School at nearby Ebensburg, Pa and college at Indiana State University, Indiana Pa, graduating in 1942 with a BS degree in Home Economics. As it was in the midst of WWII, she joined the US Navy WAVES and became a Pharmacist Mate stationed in Cleveland, OH.
After the war, Billie moved to Ithaca NY, first working as a technician in a pathology lab at the Cornell University College of Agriculture and then as an analytical chemist for the GLF (Grange League Federation Exchange), the predecessor to Agway Company.
Billie married Vince Campbell on June 25, 1954 and subsequently moved to Trumansburg. She was a homemaker and also helped with the family boat building and repair business, “The Boat Shop”, located next door to their home on Booth Rd. Billie delighted in being with her family and friends and spoiling her grandchildren. She enjoyed reading, cooking, baking and knitting, and loved the time at the cottage the family built on Cayuga Lake. In 2000 Billie and Vince relocated to Oak Ridge TN to be near family. Billie had a deep and abiding faith and was an active long-time member of the Trumansburg First Methodist Church. She lived her life by the principles her father wrote to her as a child: live simply, expect little, give much; keep your heart from hate, forget self, think of others; do as you would be done by. Her wonderful smile, heart-warming laugh and crazy phrases will be missed by all. Billie is survived by her sons John and Vince (Ruth) Campbell, sister, Alice (Bright) Burns, grandchildren Stephanie (Brian) Painter, Erica (Aaron) Conroy, Nate (Angela) Campbell, Katelyn and Lucas Campbell and six great-grandchildren. A memorial service will be held on Saturday, July 16, 2016 at 11 AM at the First United Methodist Church chapel, 1350 Oak Ridge Turnpike in Oak Ridge. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Cure Alzheimer's Fund, 34 Washington Street, Suite 200, Wellesley Hills, MA 02481, http://www.curealz.org/ The family would like to thank the staff of NHC-Oak Ridge for Billie's exceptional care during the twilight of her life. jacksonfuneralservices.com
She was truly a wonderful person and the BEST aunt ever♡♡ Love to all my family
So sorry for the loss of your mom and my wonderful aunt. I have so many wonderful memories from my childhood of times with Aunt Billie and Uncle Vince and cousins, going to the lake on a Sunday was a treat and we had a grand time. You're all in my thoughts and prayers. God's Peace - Charlotte
I am so sorry to hear of your Mother's passing. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.
I was sad to read of Billie's passing. Billie and Vince were dear friends.
Tom Normand could always bring a smile to anyone's face. His dedication to Oak Ridge, and love to so many will be truly missed. I was so fortunate to call him a friend to my family. My prayers to his family for their loss....
God's Peace my old friend.
I wish I could have been there to say good-bye to Uncle Tom.
Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
David and Kimberly and boys
Susie was such a beautiful lady. She was always kind to me. I remember her with fondness. May our Lord comfort you in this sad time.
So sorry for your loss
So sorry to hear of Susie's passing. Your family is in my prayers.
Johnny, I had no idea. I am so sorry and sad to hear this. We didn't get to see each other after being inseparable growing up but I always figured you were just close
By. Love you, cousin. RIP.
Last Ride As the sun sets and the sky grows dim, I think back to the last time I rode with him.
Now he has went away, to a place with no pain and where you can ride everyday.
You are gone now and that ride is in the past, but my brother that memory will forever last.
So, take it easy my brother and don't you fret, cause you and I haven't taken our last ride; JUST YET!!!
Sorry for your loss Thoughts are with the entire family
Sorry for your loss.
Rhonda and the staff of Jackson Funeral Services.
Jim, sure gonna miss you buddy .R.I.P.
So sorry for your loss
So sorry for your loss......
I still cannot believe you are gone Jimmy. You were more like a brother than a cousin to me and my heart breaks everyday knowing I will never be able to talk to you again. You will be sadly missed by your family and the x-in laws of yours will be punished by God for what they have done to you! You will always be in our hearts!! I LOVE YOU!!!