Mrs. Dorothy Kate ‘Sue” Brackins, age 88, Johnson City, passed away Wednesday, March 9, 2016 at the Lakebridge Healthcare Center.
Mrs. Brackins was born in Washington County and daughter of the late Rex & Myrtle Deakins Cloyd. She was also preceded in death by daughter, Regina Diane Brackins; granddaughter, Jennifer Cloyd; sister, Vella Laws; and brother Roy “Bud” Cloyd.
Mrs. Brackins was a Christian.
She loved flowers and being outdoors.
Survivors include her daughters, Peggy Salts, Johnson City, and Donna McKinney (Steve), Jonesborough; son Kenneth Cloyd (Robin), Jonesborough; sisters, Rovenia Bryant, Limestone and Ruby Jane Sullins, Marion, VA; brother Carl Cloyd, Limestone; grandchildren, Dustin Rex Salts (Lyndsey Mosley), Johnson City, Kara Cloyd (Josh), Jonesborough, Mandi Collier, and Morgan Tipton; great-grandchildren, Jude Cloyd, Asher Collier, Malia McFarland, and Major Tipton; and several nieces and nephews.
Inurnment services will be conducted 3:00 PM, Sunday, March 13, 2016 at Mt. Wesley Cemetery with Pastor Luther Sullins officiating.
The family wishes to thank the staff of Lakebridge Healthcare Center for their loving care.
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|EULOGIES & CONDOLENCES|
I am so sorry to hear about your mother. She was a
very sweet lady. You, and the rest of you family
will be in my thoughts and prayers during this
|I had an angel here beside me,
Sent to Earth to help and guide me,
An angel always there for me
Sent to love and care for me.
She did the things that angels should:
She taught me what was bad and good,
She gave me hope when no one cared,
She held my hand when I was scared,
She cheered me up when I was down
(She could make a smile from a frown),
She doctored me when I was sick,
And many another angel trick.
Today my angel earned her wings, Her halo, harp and other
But today I'm lost and all alone
For today God took my grandma home.|
|Aunt Sue. Was the best . A will be missed.We all loved her.|
||Chad and Heather Laws
|We are sorry for the loss of your loved one. Dot was a sweet,
loving, and strong lady. We will remember her sweet smile
always and will miss her. We look forward to seeing her one
day when we are all with our Heavenly Father in a place we
can can only dream of. |
||Janet Laws Barker
|I already miss our talks and the laughter in Sue's voice. She
has been such a loving Aunt. I have felt honored to be her
niece. She would have been proud of you kids during her last
days. You took great care of her. Love you all. Janet|
||Debbie Deakins Masters
|Dear Family, My thoughts and prayers are with you
at this time. My father Junior Deakins and Dorothy
were first cousins. May God Bless You.|
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