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Obituary - Joe Cunningham




Mr. Joe Lee Cunningham, Sr. age 80, of Rockwood, Tennessee passed away on Monday, September 4, 2017 at his residence. Mr. Cunningham was a Member of St. Clair Baptist Church in Spring City, Tennessee.  He was retired from Y-12 Federal Government Plant in Oak Ridge with 26 years of Service.  He was an Associate Member of the Horse Protection Act Association. He was a Member of the N.H.S.C. Association. Above all, Mr. Cunningham was a Devoted Husband, Father, Grandfather, Brother and Friend to all. Joe was the 15th child and is preceded in death by many brothers and sisters;

He is also preceded in Death by Parents: Boog & Bertha Cunningham. He is survived by his wife of 60 years, Winnie Sue Cunningham; Daughter Carol Rogers (Jim), Joe Lee Cunningham, Jr. (Karen) of Rockwood, Tennessee; Brother George Cunningham; Sister Betty Cunningham Cole; 4 Grandchildren: Clay Rogers, Joe Cunningham, Chelsea Johnson (Dustin), Kacie Parsons (Tyler); 3 Great-Grandchildren: Tristan, JoeJoe, and Dawson Cunningham.

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