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Teresa Lynn Kirk

April 12, 1961 ~ May 13, 2017 (age 56)
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Teresa Lynne (Harvill) Kirk, 56 of Chattanooga, TN died on May 13, 2017 after an extensive battle with cancer. Teresa was born on April 12, 1961 in Chattanooga, TN to Lloyd Harvill and Bea Neal Harvill, who survive her. She attended and graduated from Central High School in 1979. She grew up in a loving family of her sister Tina Gilbert and her husband Mike, and her brother Charles Harvill and his wife Marsha.

 

She was preceded in death by Gladys Reed, Brie Harvill, Caleb Harvill, Clarence Neal, Mattie Neal, and countless other precious friends and family

 

She leaves behind her husband of 38 years, Garry Kirk; her sons and daughters-in-law, James and Megan Kirk and Jordan and Sarah Kirk; grandson Mason Kirk, and granddaughters Kelley, Kinzley, and Scarlet Kirk. She is also survived by her nieces Candy Spangler and family, and Lacie Harvill and her nephew Josh McKee and family.

 

In lieu of flowers, please consider making a donation to Hospice of Chattanooga at 4411 Oakwood Drive Chattanooga, TN 37416 or Mary Ellen Locher Foundation at www.melfoundation.org.

 

Funeral services will be held Wednesday at 11a.m. in the South Crest Chapel with Reverend Lloyd Harvill officiating.

 

Interment will follow in the Hamilton Memorial Gardens at 2:00pm.

 

The family will receive friends Tuesday from 4-8p.m. at the South Crest Chapel of Lane Funeral Home and Crematory located at the end of historic Missionary Ridge, Rossville.


 Service Information

Visitation
Tuesday
May 16, 2017

4:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Lane Funeral Home South Crest Chapel
833 Chickamauga Avenue
Rossville, GA 30741

Funeral Service
Wednesday
May 17, 2017

11:00 AM
Lane Funeral Home South Crest Chapel
833 Chickamauga Avenue
Rossville, GA 30741

Interment
Wednesday
May 17, 2017

2:00 PM
Hamilton Memorial Gardens
Highway 153
Hixson, TN


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