The Greeneville Sun
Current Weather
Mostly Cloudy Mostly Cloudy
52 °
Click Icon for Extended Forecast
Get Breaking News Alerts
FREE Service of
Brad & Ginia Johnston
423-823-0414 | 423-823-0716
Get special offers
from GreenevilleSun.com.
 
Hats In The Ring
Candidates Showcase


Patty Tilson
Greene Co. Clerk




Nathan Holt
Greene Co. Trustee




Brett Purgason
Greene Co. Mayor




Robin Quillen
3rd Dist. County Commissioner




David Crum
Greene Co. Mayor




Ted Hensley
5th Dist. State Representative




David Weems
Road Superintendent




Jan Kiker
Greene Co. Clerk




Christina Blevins
Register of Deeds



 
 
1970 Nova 1 Owner 56k

1928 Ford Model A Door

2004 Jeep Wrangler (sahara

2002 Ford F150 King

1997 Honda Valkyrie

1996 Ford F-super Duty

Get featured here and increase your advertising results by upgrading your classified ad to a TopAd.

Call: 423-638-4185

Get featured here and increase your advertising results by upgrading your classified ad to a TopAd.

Call: 423-638-4185




Public Notices

April 17, 2014

choose text size bigger text smaller text
Marjorie Harris Thomas
 

Published: 11/28/2012

Marjorie Harris Thomas

Died: Nov. 13, 2012

Marjorie Harris Thomas, 91, of Riverview Church Road, Asheville, N.C., died Tuesday, Nov. 13, at the VA hospital in Asheville.

Raised in Madison County, N.C., she was the daughter of the late Rev. J. Weldon Harris and the late Julia Mace Harris. She was preceded in death by her husband, Harold Clay Thomas, and a sister, Helen Fowler.

Mrs. Thomas graduated from Walnut High School in 1939. She joined the U.S. Army (WAC) during World War II. She was very proud of her service, and helped pave the way for further generations of young women in the military.

She served on the Buncombe County (NC) Veterans Council. She retired from the NOAA in the Arcade building in Asheville. She worked for the Asheville Police Department until the age of 86, most recently in the records room.

Mrs. Thomas was a member of the St. Lawrence Council of Catholic Daughters of the Americas until she founded a council at St. Joan of Arc Church. She served in several local and state offices as well as being regent.

Survivors include two daughters: Virginia Guthrie and husband, Grant, and G.G. Hampton and husband, Ernest, of Greene County; four sons: Michael T. Godleski, Ted Godleski and wife, Shirley, Tom Godleski and wife, Terri, and Andy Godleski; 15 grandchildren; and 10 great-grandchildren.

A funeral mass was celebrated on Nov. 17 at St. Joan of Arc Catholic Church, with the Rev. Frank Seabo officiating. Interment with full military honors followed in Green Hill Cemetery.

Print This Obit Print This Obit Email This Obit Email This Obit To A Friend

Newspapers In Education Benchmarks
Newspapers In Education
Newspapers In Education
Benchmarks
Benchmarks

Find more businesses on GreenevilleMarketplace.com

Attorneys · Automotive · Health Care · Restaurants Retail · Services · Home & Garden · Recreation


PHOTO GALLERIES
Sponsored in part by:
 
RECENT GALLERIES



 

Terms of Use - Privacy Policy
Copyright © 2014, GREENEVILLE PUBLISHING COMPANY, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
This content may not be reused without the express written permission of Greeneville Publishing Company, Inc.
http://www.greenevillesun.com