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Royce Line Conner
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Birth: Jul. 10, 1926
Death: Oct. 5, 2011

Royce L. Conner, age 85, of Knoxville, went home to be with the Lord October 5, 2011 at Ft. Sanders Regional Medical Center. She was an active member of Norwood Baptist Church until declining health. She was past worthy high priestess of The Order of the White Shrine. Member of the Order of the Eastern Star and was Past Royal Matron of the Order of the Amaranth. Preceded in death by husband of 35 years, Allen Conner; parents, Alfred & Ruth Line; brother, William Line and sister, Barbara Acuff. Survivors: children & spouses, Karen & Frank Kinder, Steve & Barbara Conner, Kittie & Stephen Wesley, Norman & Giva Conner. Grandchildren: Nanette & Tom Foster, Rob Wesley, Christina Conner, Kellie Wesley, Tabitha Conner, and Isaac Conner; great-grandchild, Derek Taylor; sister, Carlus Hill; brother-in-law & sister-in-law, Lloyd & Katie Conner. The family wishes to extend a special thanks to the 8th floor staff of Covenant Hospice. Funeral service, 8 PM Monday, Mynatt's Fountain City Chapel. Family & friends will meet at Lynnhurst Cemetery at 10:45 AM Tuesday for interment at 11 AM. In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to Norwood Baptist Church. 
 
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 Spouse:
  Allen Cecil Conner (1927 - 1982)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Lynnhurst Cemetery
Knoxville
Knox County
Tennessee, USA
 
Created by: Teresa Harris
Record added: Dec 03, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 81468490
Royce <i>Line</i> Conner
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