Mr. William McKee, 68, Johnson City, passed away Saturday, February 24, 2018 at the Johnson City Medical Center.
He was a native of Washington County, the son of the late Everrett and Leona Phillips McKee.
Mr. McKee was a US Army Veteran. He was employed by the VA working in food service. He was of the Baptist Faith.
Survivors include his son Lucas McKee of the home, two daughters, Leona McAllister, and Brenda Milhorn husband Tim all of Johnson City, three grandchildren, Darian, David and Devon McAllister, two sisters, Marie Weiss, husband Ernie, Patsy McKee and several nieces.
A graveside service for Mr. McKee will be conducted on Tuesday at 2:30 at the Mountain Home National Cemetery in Johnson City Tenn. Military Honors will be given at the graveside service. The family will receive friends from 12:00 till 2:00 pm prior to the service at Dillow-Taylor Funeral Home.
Condolences may be sent to the McKee family online at www.dillow-taylor.com
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|EULOGIES & CONDOLENCES|
|We are so very sorry for your loss! We pray that “the Father of
tender mercies, and the God of all comfort” will give you peace
of mind and comfort in your hearts. (2 Corinthians 1:3, 4) We
are grateful that our loving God looks forward, as much as we
do, to reuniting us with our loved ones. (Job 14:14, 15)|
|Would like to send my condolence to Bill McKee family,I worked with Bill at Mountain Home VA|
|We grew up together. His dad farmed for my
grandfather JG Dillow on Sunday afternoon we
would put chairs in the back of the truck and go
to Biff Burger for icecream. We had a good time
my cousin Jackie Ferguson William and I. those
were the good old days.|
|I would let to send my Condolence to the Family of Bill McKee, we had work together at Budd.Bill had been a GREAT FRIEND one you could always count on, when Bill stared at the VA my brother Norman called me to tell me that Bill was working for him, I told him you could have not have a Better Person. Bill will Truly be Missed, LOVE YOU MY FRIEND, CHICK|
|Will miss Wimp very much. I have great memories of
Wimp growing up. My prayers are with the family
during this time.|
|I am so sorry for the families loss my heart
breaks and prayers are going out|
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