Notice Of Death For Curtis Lamont McClain, Sr.

To Next of Kin of Curtis Lamont McClain, Sr. or interested parties: You are notified Curtis Lamont McClain, Sr., DOB 9/14/1952, died 12/5/2017. Hamilton County gives notice that it will have the unclaimed remains of Curtis Lamont McClain, Sr. cremated as of 2/12/2018, pursuant to TCA 38-5-118 & 62-5-074. Hamilton Co. Attorney’s Off., 625 Georgia Ave., Ste. 204, Chatt, TN 37402, 209-6150.

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