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Obituary - Donna Gail Conley



Donna Gail Conley age 52 passed away Saturday April 25, 2009 at Johnson City Medical Center. She was a life long resident of Dickenson County, a member of Peuther Chapel Freewill Baptist Church, was employed with the Dickenson County School system for 23 years and retired in 2001.

She was preceded in death by her mom Clara Conley, grandparents Sarah Elkins and Grethal and Ruth Clay. She is survived by her father Gene Conley and step mom Dollie of Clintwood VA, four sisters: Brenda (David) Stanley, Clintwood VA, Margaret (Pooch) Mullins, Coeburn VA,  Debbie (Gary) Bunch, Kingsport TN,  Gay Conley, Morristown TN and two brothers: Wayne Conley, Jefferson City TN and Mike (Renee) Conley, Clintwood VA and 11 Honorary Grandchildren.

Donna was the sister to Wayne Conley, an East Tennessee horse trainer.

Pallbearers will be Rusty Carlton, Jamie Rose, Kevin O’Quinn, Austin O’Quinn, Jackie Slemp, Freddie Robinson, Gary Bunch. Honorary Pallbearers will be Tony Carlton, David Stanley, Jason Rose, Pooch Mullins, Freddie Hill.

Family received friends Monday April 27, 2009 at 6:00 pm followed by a song service at 7:00pm. Funeral services were conducted on Tuesday April 28, 2009 at 1:00pm at Peuther Chapel with Joe Glenn Sluss and Lynn Vanover officiating.

She was be laid to rest in the Bise Family Cemetery on Bise Ridge Clintwood VA.

Mullins Funeral Home and Staff are serving the Conley Family. Online condolences may be made at mullinsfuneralhome1@verizon.net

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