Price 50th wedding anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. Henry L. (Pearly Clemons) Price of Kingsport, will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary with an open reception to be held in their honor from 2 to 5 p.m., Dec. 18, 2010, at Bloomingdale Baptist Church.The event is being hosted by their daughters and family. The joy of your presence is the only gift requested.The couple was married Dec. 30, 1960, in Gate City, Va.They are the parents of Judy David and Barbara Adams. They are the grandparents of D.J. Stacy and Ricky Curran.Mr. Price retired from Eastman Chemical Co. and has been a Sullivan County constable for 40 years.Mrs. Price retired from Montgomery Ward.
Gammon and Starnes engagement announcement
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Gammon announce the engagement of their daughter Brandi Nicole "Nikki" Gammon to Christopher Harold Starnes, son of Mr. and Mrs. David Starnes.The bride-elect graduated from Sullivan Central High School and the University of Tennessee with a degree in political science. She is pursuing a doctorate in pharmacy at East Tennessee State University. She is employed by CVS pharmacy.The bridegroom-to-be graduated from Sullivan Central High School and Northeast State Technical Community College, with a degree in electrical technology. He is employed by Line Power.Nikki and Chris will be married at 4 p.m., Dec. 12, 2010, at Blountville United Methodist Church, Blountville, Tenn., with a reception to follow at the Bristol Train Station.
Alley 40th wedding anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. Carl "Shorty" (Patty Gilreath) Alley of Church Hill, will celebrate their 40th wedding anniversary Nov. 28, 2010.The couple was married Nov. 28, 1970, at First Freewill Baptist Church, Church Hill.They are the parents of Megan Vannoy and Will Alley of Church Hill. They are the grandparents of Lucas Vannoy.Mr. Alley retired from Alley & Associates. Mrs. Alley is employed by Eastman Credit Union.
George Glen Miller 90th birthday
George Glen Miller, known to many as Doc Miller, was surprised by family and close friends Nov. 27, 2010, who arrived to celebrate George's 90th birthday and to toast his life with cake and trimmings at hand.Having grown up in Dandridge, serving in World War II, completing college and pharmacy school, George started his career in Greeneville. After transferring to Kingsport, he retired from CVS, having worked previously at Revco and Cole Drug. He devoted 44 years to being a pharmacist.George and his wife, Frances, now live near Greeneville. Ever perky and still with a mischievous eye, George keeps active tending his garden and lawn, always reading (of course that is while simultaneously watching TV) and keeping Frances on her toes. Happy birthday, Dad!
Forest G. Knuckles 106th birthday
Forest G. Knuckles will celebrate his 106th birthday today, Nov. 28, 2010. He was born in Carterton, Va., and moved to Indianapolis in the 1920s. He worked for Bowen Construction for 44 years. He also taught ballroom dancing during the Depression.Forest moved to Kingsport, in 1995. He is in good health and still lives alone and enjoys playing bingo and going out for dinner. He is a member of St. Paul Methodist Church, Piney Flats. A birthday celebration will be held in his honor from 2 to 5 p.m., Sunday, Nov. 28, 2010, at Pinebrook Place Community Center.Your presence is the only gift requested.