Sue Kagley Jenkins
- June 20, 1946 - November 11, 2012
- Maryville, Tennessee
of Sue's Passing
Maryville First Baptist Church Building Fund
202 W. Lamar Alexander Pkwy.
Maryville, TN 37801
Friends of the Smokies
PO Box 1660
Kodak, TN 37764-7660
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Joe and family, so sorry to hear of Sue's passing. I read it in the paper late on Wednesday, had I known, I would have been there. You will be in my thoughts and prayers, may God's peace be with you in this time of loss.
Posted by: Gayle Carpenter Will - Maryville, TN Nov 16, 2012
Joe,Melanie, and family, you are in our thoughts and prayers during this time of great loss. Sue was such a special person with her magical smile and laugh that we all loved. She had a gift of making others feel better just by being around her. Through her book, Sue gave others a chance to "know" her and to enjoy the Smokies.
Posted by: Beth Hitch Ryburn - Maryville, TN - Friend Nov 13, 2012
Joe and Family: Our hearts go out to you. May God grant your family strength during the days and weeks ahead. Sue was a great inspiration to everyone she met.
With Love, Roy and Fern
Posted by: Roy and Fern WIlliams - Maryville, TX - Friend Nov 12, 2012
Joe, Melanie (& family members), Our hearts are heavy due to the passing of Sue but we know she's in Heaven with the Lord. If only she hadn't gotten that terrible disease - cause she was so active. full of life & loved by everyone! I wouldn't take anything for my friendship with her and the emails we shared in her latter days. GOD bless her soul & each of you. May GOD be near & dear unto you is our prayer.
Love, Mary & Bill
Posted by: Mary & Bill Justice - Maryville, TN - Close friend (FBC of Maryville) Nov 12, 2012
Sorry Joe . I'm on deployment so I'll miss viewing
Posted by: Peter o'Neill - maryville, TN - Friend Nov 12, 2012
Sue and I were friends all through high school. Sweetest and funniest girl, Had some great times with her. My prayers are with her husband, sister and daughter.
Posted by: Lynda Long - Maryville , TN - friend Nov 12, 2012
Sue and I were classmates at Fort Sanders Presbyterian Hospital School of Nursing. She was always smiling amd laughing (I can still see her smile and hear her laughter and somehow always knew exactly what to say to someone who needed a morale boost or encouragement.
Posted by: Suzanne Peoples - Boca Raton, FL - Friend/Classmate Nov 12, 2012