Glen Rhea Joyner Obituary, Glen Rhea Joyner has passed away unexpectedly

Glen Rhea Joyner Obituary, Death  –  We regret to inform you that on December 13, 2022, we were unable to say our farewells to Glen Rhea Joyner, who was born in Blackwater, Virginia. Please accept our sincere condolences for this unfortunate circumstance. It is our sincere regret that we have to convey this news with you. The city of Kingsport, located in the state of Tennessee, was where Glen Rhea Joyner made her home. As an expression of love and care for a friend or family member who has died away, flowers and candles can be lighted, and friends and family members are invited to do the same. In the guestbook that can be found on this memorial page for Glen Rhea Joyner, I would ask that you please write a message for the family of Glen Rhea Joyner expressing your support and sympathies.

All of his close relatives, including his brother Maynard Joyner, his parents Joe and Tennie Joyner, and his sisters-in-law Ruth and Wanda Joyner, went away before he did. He was the only member of his immediate family that had made it through life. At the time of his birth, his parents were Joe Joyner and Tennie Joyner. He is survived by his sons Denver Joyner (and his wife Stella), Steve Joyner (and his wife Starlett), his close friend Carolyn Armstrong, his brother Joe Clifford Joyner, his grandchildren Patricia Gilliam (and her husband Cory), Chris Joyner, Bradley Joyner (and his wife Rachel), Candace Crews (and her husband Michael), and Andrea Joyner; his great grandchildren Ayden Sturgill and Eden Joyner; and the mother of his children Betty Joyner Thomas.

He also leaves Additionally, he departs. On the evening of Friday, December 16th, 2022, visitation was held at the Carter-Trent Funeral Home in Kingsport, beginning at 5:00 PM and running until 7:00 PM. The service was held on the 16th of December. The memorial ceremony was held for the individual who had passed away (520 Watauga St, Kingsport, TN 37660). The memorial service for the deceased person was held at the same location on the evening of Friday, December 16th, 2022, at seven o’clock in the evening. On Saturday, December 17, 2022, commencing at eleven in the morning and continuing through twelve in the afternoon, a memorial ceremony was held at the East Tennessee Cemetery. The service began at eleven in the morning. The event was place at the graveyard (2630 TN-75, Blountville, TN 37617). (2630 TN-75, Blountville, TN 37617).