Mr. Ronnie Luttrell, age 70, Jonesborough, passed away Friday, May 4, 2018 at Johnson City Medical Center.
Mr. Luttrell was born in Washington County, TN and the son of Wanda Treadway Yates, Jonesborough and the late William Lawrence Luttrell.
He was of the Methodist faith.
Mr. Luttrell was a United States Army Veteran. He was a Carpenter and enjoyed NASCAR, Dallas Cowboys and Baseball.
In addition to his mother, survivors include two sons, Shannon Luttrell and Billy Luttrell, both of Jonesborough; one daughter, Melissa Luttrell, Jonesborough; one grandson, Dakota Luttrell; granddaughter, Crystal Luttrell; three sisters and brothers-in-law, Sandra & Wayne Slark, Kingsport, Cathy & Joe McCoy, Jonesborough and Beth & Scott Tipton, Gray; two ex-wives, Juanita Luttrell Church and Karen Luttrell Mobley; and several special nephews, nieces and cousins.
Graveside services will be conducted 1:45 pm Friday, May 11, 2018 at Mountain Home National Cemetery with Mr. Keith Malone and Rev. Garland James officiating. Friends are requested to meet at Dillow-Taylor Funeral Home to go in procession to the cemetery at 1:00 pm Friday. Friends may come by the funeral home to sign register and view Thursday between the hours of 8:00 am & 5:00 pm.
Pallbearers will be Shannon Luttrell, Billy Luttrell, Dakota Luttrell, Jeremy Tipton, Tommy Dillow, Conley Cousins and Phil Webster. Honorary pallbearers will be Joe McCoy, Tyler McCoy, Wayne Stark, Scott Tipton, Buck Church, Randy Cloyd, Ronnie Leach and John Gillette.
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|EULOGIES & CONDOLENCES|
||Rusty and Linda Rambo
|Prayers go out for all. Especially for Tootie, Hammer and Lucy. I used
to see Ronnie on a daily basis, but life brings us change. I was lucky
enough to see him several months ago, and he was still Ronnie.
Prayers from the Rambo's.|
||Todd & Angie Tipton
|We are deeply saddened by
the news of your loss. We
pray that God will grant you
the strength for the days to
come. Our most sincere
||Angie Harvell Gregg
|So sorry for the loss of Ronnie. Prayers for the
family. He was a good neighbor and dear friend. He
is truly going to be missed.|
|So very sorry to hear of Mr. Luttrell's passing. I didn't know him
personally, but once knew his son. My heart goes out to his
family and I will most definitely keep them in my prayers.
"Although it's difficult today to see beyond the sorrow.......
May looking back on memories, comfort you tomorrow. For
death is no more than a turning of us over, from time to
|Sorry for the loss of Ronnie. Hugs and
prayers for every one of you.|
|Sandy- Sorry for the loss of your brother, you & your family are in our prayers.
||EDDIE & MARILYN WOODWARD
|JOE SORRY TO HEAR ABOUT CATHYS BROTHER AND YOUR BRO/INLAW |
|Ronnie entered my life right after he came out of
the service in 1968. I became part of his
wonderful family in 1969. We had 2 beautiful
children together. Ronnie had a good heart and
loved life and family. We were together for many
years but we went our separate ways later on. He
introduced me to the man I'm married to today,
Buck Church. We all became best friends down thru
the years. Our children kept us all together.
"We're all going to miss you Ronnie. You'll be in
our thoughts and someday we'll all be together
||Chris Carol Carter
|So sorry to hear about Ronnie
Fond memories of all of you
Chris Carol Sells Carter
Boones Creek |
|TO- Melissa Luttrell,
I AM SO MUCH AT A LOSS FOR WORDS,,, but Melissa
May The GOD of all creation and mercy comfort You at this time, of such a loss...
ALWAYS Your Friend--REMEMBER the GOOD TIMES----
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