McGill, Melinda Sue Bolton (Cleveland)

Saturday, November 28, 2020
Melinda Sue Bolton McGill, 58, of Cleveland, departed this life on Tuesday, November 24, 2020. Born in Cleveland on Oct. 17, 1962 to the late Joe and Betty Bolton, she was a lifelong resident of Bradley County and of the Baptist faith. She was employed at Shaw Industries for over 20 years. Melinda enjoyed antiquing, yardsaling and spending time with her family.

In addition to her parents, Melinda is preceded in death by her sister, Kathy Sims.

Left behind to cherish her memory are her loving husband of 18 years, Paul McGill; son, Zachary McGill; brothers, Charles Bolton (Reba), Richard Bolton (Pat) and Jim Bolton (Joy); several nieces and nephews; and a host of extended family and friends.

A private family service will be held at a later date.

Share a personal memory of Melinda or your condolences with her family at her online memorial located at www.companionfunerals.com. Companion Funeral and Cremation Service of Cleveland and the Cody family are honored to assist the McGill family with these arrangements.

Anthony, Fannie Rednower (Jasper)

Leffew, Joyce Louise (Dayton)

Frashier, Carl Daniel (LaFayette)


On January 16, 2021, the angels guided Fannie Rednower Anthony, 80, to the pearly gates of heaven to meet her Lord and Savior. Fannie was a lifelong resident of Jasper, Tn. and was born on ... (click for more)

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Carl Daniel Frashier, 61, of LaFayette, passed away on Monday, January 18, 2021. He was preceded in death by his father, William “Bill” Frashier; sister, Annie Gail Lawson; and brother, ... (click for more)



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Anthony, Fannie Rednower (Jasper)

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Leffew, Joyce Louise (Dayton)

Joyce Louise Leffew, 70, of Dayton, passed away on Sunday, January 17, 2021, at her home in Dayton. She was born in Rhea County on February 20, 1950 and was employed at area hosiery mills. She loved flowers, collecting Barbies, crafts, and cooking. She attended Bethel Holiness Church. She is survived by her husband of 42 years, Oscar “Dean” Leffew of Dayton; her brothers, ... (click for more)

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Ann Horne Duff

Ann Horne Duff, fondly known to many as “Mawmaw”, departed this life for her heavenly home on Sunday, January 17, 2021 from Covid complications. Mrs. Duff was born on December 14, 1935, in Columbus, Ga. She graduated from high school in 1953 from Sacred Heart Academy in Cullman, Al. On Nov. 3, 1957, she married her husband of 58 years, James Ellis Duff. Ann worked her career ... (click for more)

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