Beck, Tanika Nicole (Cleveland)

Monday, April 12, 2021
Tanika Nicole Beck
Tanika Nicole Beck

Tanika Nicole Beck, age 28, a resident of Cleveland, Tennessee, passed away Wednesday, April 7, 2021, in a local health care facility.

She was preceded in death by her two infant children, Brison and Nevaeh Beck.

She is survived by her mother, Tanya Chambers; her father, Marty Beck; her children, Kylie Nicole Godfrey, Braydon James Beck and Zaydan Ray Beck; her brothers, Bobby Hickman and James Carper; and her grandparents, James and Barbara Parton.

A Remembrance of Life Service will be held Tuesday, April 13, at 2 p.m. at Jim Rush Funeral and Cremation Services Wildwood Ave. Chapel with Rev. Rob Works officiating. The interment will follow at Moore’s Chapel cemetery with James Carper, TJ Corn, Tracey Hester, Dustin Wade, Charles Godfrey and James Parton serving as casket bearers.

The family will receive friends Tuesday, April 13, from 12-2 p.m. at the funeral home.



Nicholson, Martha Lee (Cleveland)

Davis, Stella Mae Dill (Cleveland)

Crowder, Kenneth Robert (Dalton)


Martha Lee Nicholson passed away Wednesday, May 5, 2021 at her home surrounded by her family. She graduated from Johnstown High School in Johnstown, Pa. She earned her Bachelors degree at ... (click for more)

Stella Mae Dill Davis, age 73, passed away Wednesday, May 5, 2021, in a Chattanooga health care facility. She was the daughter of the late Robert “Doc” and Grace Cates Dill and was also preceded ... (click for more)

Kenneth Robert Crowder, age 71 of Dalton, Georgia, departed this life Thursday, May 6, 2021, at a local hospital. He was born Oct. 11, 1949 in Copper Hill, Tn., a son of the late Alphus Noah ... (click for more)



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Nicholson, Martha Lee (Cleveland)

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Davis, Stella Mae Dill (Cleveland)

Stella Mae Dill Davis, age 73, passed away Wednesday, May 5, 2021, in a Chattanooga health care facility. She was the daughter of the late Robert “Doc” and Grace Cates Dill and was also preceded in death by her son, Charles Lynn Davis Jr.; and her brother, Robert Ronnie Dill. She was a long time member of Antioch Church of Christ and was employed with Pasco Products Inc. Stella ... (click for more)

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Mary Helen Johnston

Mary Helen Johnston, 94, of East Brainerd, went to be with the Lord on Wednesday, May 5, 2021. Helen was a member of the Ooltewah Church of God and former member of Christ United Methodist Church. Helen was born in Hazard, Ky., to the late Hamilton P. and Lexie Tallent on April 9, 1927. She was a bookkeeper, retiring from Brown Brothers Construction and Adcox Kirby Chevrolet. ... (click for more)

Michael Clay Bass

Michael Clay Bass, 74, died peacefully at home in Ooltewah, Tennessee, on May 5, 2021. Mike was born in Greenville, Al., on Aug. 26, 1946, to Mary Frances Lee and Aaron Franklin Bass, Jr. Mike spent his childhood, alongside beloved big brothers Ronald and Larry Bass, in Montgomery, Al. After graduating from Huntington College, Mike began work for Marriot, enjoying life abroad ... (click for more)

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