Marjorie Jeanette McCoy Miller
12-14-2018

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After 62 years of visiting this earth, Marjorie Jeanette McCoy Miller, said a momentary good-bye to us on Friday, December 14, 2018 at her residence surrounded by family and friends.
Jeanette was the daughter of the late Joe Greg McCoy, Jr. & Eunice Keefauver McCoy. She was preceded in death by one brother, Robert Shelton McCoy.
She is survived by her two children, Liza Christine Gibbs (Chris) and Jonathan Charles Miller (Lauran); one granddaughter, Tia Laws and soon to be grandson, Mason Miller; brother, Joe McCoy (Cathy); sister, Liz McCoy; sister-in-law, Belinda McCoy; and several nieces and nephews.
Jeanette was born January 10, 1956 in Washington County, Tennessee. She was baptized Catholic and a member of St. Mary’s Catholic Church. She was a graduate of East Tennessee State University and owned Marj’s on Main in Jonesborough for nine years.
Special thanks to her caretaker and best friend, Jimmy Smith. They enjoyed many memorable camping trips in the mountains. Also, thanks to Dianne Duggar and her team of caregivers, especially Rosemary Clabo and many family and friends for all their compassion, love and support through her journey. Special thanks also goes to Amedisys Hospice Care and to Jeanette’s nurse, Ashley.
Jeanette was especially fond of the beach and sunshine. She could be found on the shores of South Carolina every summer. She enjoyed time with her family at gatherings throughout the year. Jeanette loved animals especially Maggie, her Border Collie, and Bella, her beloved Shih Tzu.
Celebration of Life services will be conducted 5:00-9:00 pm Saturday, January 5, 2018 at The Heritage in Jonesborough.






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EULOGIES & CONDOLENCES
12-21-2018 DeAnna Ledwell Dempsey Jilton
Joe, Liz, Christy, Jonathan & the entire family, I offer my condolences to all of you during this difficult time. If there is anything I can do for you, please don’t hesitate to call me. Jeanette & I went to school together since the 8th grade. We became best friends & shared many wonderful times together. She was such a fun happy lady with laughter & personal opinions to share with everyone! She smiled & laughed always which made you want it spend more time with her. She was optimistic & a loving friend, mother, grandmother, sister & caring to anyone she met. She will be deeply missed & often fondly remembered! Rest In Peace Jeanette. Love you ❤️
12-20-2018 Karen Moore
I am so very sorry for the loss of your Mom, your sister and your friend. I loved Jeanette. She was a very dear friend. I will miss her. She always made me laugh and told me like it was. I will miss her smile. Your family are in my thoughts and prayers.
12-17-2018 Mike Wilson
Praying for all family members.Sorry for your loss.
12-17-2018 Darlene Treadway Carter
Went to school with Jeanette,will be praying for her family. We had so much fun working together on several of the class reunions.
12-17-2018 Kathy Leach Carder
I am so, so sorry for the loss of Jeanette. My heart and prayers go out to the children and family. I went to Jonesboro and one year at Crockett with her. She was such a beautiful, caring and vivacious young lady.
12-17-2018 Tamra
Please accept my condolences to your family. I hope that God’s promise of the resurrection brings you comfort during this very difficult time. (Acts 24:15)
12-17-2018 Dr. Mark Beard
My heartfelt sympathy to the family on your loss. I had the pleasure of having Jeanette in several of my English classes when I taught at East Tennessee State University. She was always smiling and happy.
12-17-2018 Teresa Milhorn
praying for the Family
12-17-2018 Susan Collins
Jonathan I am so sorry to hear this about your mom. I have many wonderful memories of you and her through scouting years ago. Peace to you and your family and may perpetual light shine upon her.
12-17-2018 Susan Collins
Jonathan I am so sorry to hear this about your mom. I have many wonderful memories of you and her through scouting years ago. Peace to you and your family and may perpetual light shine upon her.
12-16-2018 Teresa Bailey Parker
I went to school with Jeanette, so Friendly to everyone, then again in our Shop , such a live Spirt and precious soul, she will be miss , I'm sure by many. Rest in Peace
12-16-2018 Teresa Broyles Sims
I am so very sorry for your loss. I went to Jonesborough and Crockett with Jeanette. She was a sweet, friendly and vibrant person. Always kind and fun-loving. You have my deepest sympathy. May God provide peace and comfort to each of you in the coming days. Psalm 34:18 The Lord is close to the brokenhearted and saves those who are crushed in spirit.
12-16-2018 Susan Delaine Kinley
I went to school with Jeanette and she was always fun to be around. I was so sad to hear of her passing my condolences to her current friends and family
12-16-2018 Kathy Cleeland
I was in high school with Jeanette and have many fond memories of great times together. Jeanette was talented, so much fun to be with and we all loved her. My deepest condolences to her entire family and friends.
12-16-2018 Richard and Joy Stroupe
Liz Richard and I are praying for you and your family. She was so blessed to have such a caring Sister as you. You are in our thoughts..we love you.
12-16-2018 Kathy Shephard
Having you as my neighbor in Jonesborough and getting to know you was a blessing. I will always remember our chats, you are greatly missed.
12-15-2018 Jeanne Murphy
May you Rest In Peace, Jeanette. Love and prayers

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