Gendron, Meagan Rachelle (Cleveland)

Monday, January 21, 2013

Meagan Rachelle Gendron, 20, of Cleveland, TN, passed away Thursday, January 17, 2013 at the family residence. 

Meagan was a 2010 graduate of Bradley Central High School and attended McMinn County High School in 2006. She attended Peerless Road Church.

She was preceded in death by her father, Michael E. Gendron; her grandparents, Lawrence B. Flowers, Billy E. Standridge Sr. and Joseph Gendron; great-grandmothers, Hazel Flowers and Ruby A. Zipp.

Survivors include her mother and father, Vickie and Shane Standridge of Cleveland, brother, Nicholas A. Gendron of Cleveland; sisters, Shayna N. Standridge of Cleveland and Samantha P. Standridge of Columbia TN.; grandparents, Nancy Zipp Flowers of Athens, Lucy and Fred Alexander of Madisonville TN and Lorraine Gendron of Ft Myers, FL; uncles Larry Flowers of Dalton, Eddie and Gail Standridge and David Standridge of Riceville; aunt, Darlene Wilson of Cleveland; great-aunts, Martha Flowers Ewert and Barbara Flowers O’Brien of Dalton; three nieces; one nephew; and several cousins.

A Remembrance of Life Memorial Service will be held at a later date.

Jim Rush Funeral Home has charge of the arrangements.

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