Emogene Troutman
05-26-2018

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Emogene Troutman, age 88, Jonesborough, passed away Saturday May 26, 2018 peacefully at Franklin Woods Hospital following a brief illness and surrounded by her family. Ms. Troutman was a member of Bowmantown Baptist Church and regularly attended the Adult 5 Sunday School class. Ms. Troutman loved her Lord Jesus Christ and was devoted to His service.
Ms. Troutman was a Washington County native and a daughter of the late William Lawrence and Lettie Hayes McCurry. She retired from the Johnson City Medical Center after 30 years of service.
In addition to her parents, she was also preceded in death by her husband, Dallas Troutman (2005), grandson, Tony Strickland II, (2002), son-in-law, Jackie Broyles, (2013, special brother-in-law, Ancel Troutman, (1986), 3 brothers Mark, Henry, and Maynard McCurry, and 6 sisters Roberta Woody, Eula Slagle, Myrtle “Byrl” Mashburn, Violet Hyatt, Ruby McCurry, and Margaret McCurry.
She is survived by 4 daughters Dallas “Gail” Broyles, Glinda “Elaine” Troutman (Graham), Nona Ann Sells, (Mike), Debbie Kay Gore, (Chuckey), and 2 sons Nathan William and Steve Troutman all of Jonesborough. Five grandsons Keith Broyles (Hillary), Heath Broyles (Mitzi), Jonathan Troutman (Elizabeth), Mikey Sells (Courtney), Dallas James “DJ” Gore, all of Jonesborough, and 3 granddaughters Dia Troutman, Johnson City, Heather Mitchell and Tiffany Gore both of Jonesborough, 6 great-grandsons and 5 great-granddaughters, and several nieces and nephews. Ms. Troutman was also survived by her special little dog “Toby” who was her companion and best friend for the past 14 years.
The family of Ms. Troutman would like to thank Dr. Keith Cook and his staff at State of Franklin Healthcare for the exceptional oversight and loving health care they provided, her hair dresser Shirley Shell for the many years of Saturday hair appointments, and the 2nd floor staff of Franklin Woods Hospital and Ballad Health Hospice team members for the loving care they provided to our sweet mother during her brief illness. In addition, the family would like to thank Nancy Dickeson for being a good friend to our mother.
Ms. Troutman loved going to church, her family, gardening, cooking, quilting, and watching WWF on Monday nights.
The family will receive friends from 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM Tuesday May 29, 2018 at the Bowmantown Baptist Church, the funeral services will be Wednesday May 30, 2018 at 2:00 PM and will be conducted at Bowmantown Baptist Church. Graveside services and Ms. Troutman’s final resting place will be at Maple Lawn Cemetery. Family and friends may visit with the family at Ms. Troutman’s daughter Gail Broyles’ home. Pallbearers will be Keith Broyles, Heath Broyles, Jonathan Troutman, DJ Gore, Mikey Sells, and Logan Broyles.


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EULOGIES & CONDOLENCES
06-06-2018 Gail Broyles
Mama, you taught us so much. You taught us to love the Lord with all our hearts. You taught us to be kind and respectful to each other and to others. You had so much knowledge and wisdom, but you were always so humble. My dearest mom, I will cherish your memory forever. Mama, you were a tough little nut to crack and I will always respect your determination and will-power. You taught me to be a strong independent woman and I will love you forever. Your eldest child.
06-02-2018 Cindy Ramsey
Elaine iam so sorry for your lost..you are in my prayers.
05-31-2018 Theresa Marlow
Debbie, I've just learned about your mother's passing. I'm so sorry. You and your family are in my thoughts.
05-31-2018 Wilma Blankenship and Janice Nelms
We are so sorry for your loss. You all are in our thoughts and prayers.
05-31-2018 Wilma Blankenship and Janice Nelms
We are so sorry for your loss. You all are in our thoughts and prayers.
05-30-2018 Stanley and Cassie Bacon
Gail, it has been many years,but I still remember you well,and remember being in your home on several occasions. Your mother and daddy were always welcoming. I am so sorry for your loss....Being a part of God's Doorkeepers was one of the best experiences of my life. I will treasure those times. I felt so close to God and to all of you. Thanks for being a part of my life.
05-29-2018 Evelyn Story
Elaine, Gail and family, So sorry to hear of your Mother's passing. May the sweet memories carry you through all the next "firsts" with out her. May God bless and put His loving arms around each of you. Prayers,
05-29-2018 Brittany Silvers and Nutrition Staff at Wash County Health Dept
We are thinking of your family! You are in our thoughts and prayers. Many blessings!
05-28-2018 Praying for you and your family
Gail, We have read of your blessed mother passing onto the glory of seeing her Lord in heaven. We pray the celebration of memories of her life will ease the pain of loss. We will plan to stop by and see you Tuesday. Ed and Teresa Herbert
05-28-2018 Ann
Debbie My heart and prayers are with you and may God bless you though this time
05-28-2018 Wilma Blankenship and Janice nelms
We are so to hear about your mother. You are in our thoughts and prayers.
05-28-2018 Jim and Tina McCracken & TJ McCracken
This is for Debbie Kay Gore, I am so sorry for your loss . Prayers and thoughts go out to you and your family.
05-28-2018 Debbie Williams
Nona and Debbie, sorry to hear about the loss of your mother. My thoughts and prayers are with you. Debbie Williams.

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