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‘Kids dying young’ pass 25% as TN jab toll soars to 142,800

Dying young are top row from left, Sgt. Chris Callahan, Beverly Denise Burch, George Cleckler Hewitt II; bottom row from left, Amelia Gay, Alvin Reed and Timothy Phillip Clark. (Photos Chattanoogan.com obits)

The U.S. destroys millions of lives globally with its CV-19 jab program, with most deaths occurring within a day or two of injection. Global deaths from the jab are reasonably 17 million, according to Denis Raincourt. (Openvaers.com)

A survey of obituaries in Chattanooga suggests “kids dying young” are about a quarter of the notices.

Top row from left, Thomas Jones, Timothy Crowden, Joy Michelle Adams and Carla Michelle Bloyd; bottom row from left, Carl Andrews Evans, Bob Parks, Blake Austin Miller and Lamar M. Evans. (Photos Chattanoogan.com obits)

CHATTANOOGA, Tenn., Saturday, March 9, 2024 — Seventy percent of area people took one or more rounds of the CV-19 shot, and increasingly people are dying young in and around the city.

By David Tulis / NoogaRadio Network

A review of 40 Hamilton county and 40 regional obituaries in a local news website shows “kids dying young” obituaries are 25 percent for the city and 35 percent for the area.

Government and big business intensely peddled the shots as urgent for survival, “safe and effective” and a duty in care of others, though they were developed as a military operation under “other transaction authority” and are “emergency countermeasures” and not vaccines.

This journalist sued Gov. Bill Lee over 878 days in or before four courts to stop the inoculation disaster. Judge Pamela Fleenor in Hamilton County chancery court, three appeals judges in Knoxville and the state and U.S. supreme courts either denied his petition for a writ of relief or refused to hear it. 

The toll in Tennessee has climbed to 1,428 mortality reports, or 142,800 deaths, and 14,343 harms reports, or 1.434 million reportable injuries, according to CDC data at VAERS, the vaccine adverse event reporting system.

Other than in death notices, none of these Covid-19 consequences are seen as newsworthy, much less crimes. 

Obituaries generally omit cause of death. But the trend of younger deaths is clear. Among the deceased:

➤  Sgt. Chris Callahan, a Bradley County sheriff’s department deputy is dead at 41. ““The sudden loss of Sergeant Callahan has deeply affected Sheriff Steve Lawson and the entire Bradley County Sheriff’s Office. *** Chris has always been fun-loving, helpful, friendly, and respectful. Throughout his career, he was highly motivated and dedicated to maintaining professionalism.”

Mandy Wheeler is dead at 41.

Mandy Lynn Wheeler of Lookout Mountain, Ga., dies March 5 at 41. Mrs. Wheeler “was a free spirit with a very vibrant and feisty personality. She loved to provide for her family through cooking and cleaning. Her family and her dog Buddy held a special place in her heart.” Her widower is Jason, and they had three children, Jesse Riley Grant Blevins, David Abbott Jr, Kate Abbott, and Jasmin Blevins; siblings, Michael Daniels and Michelle Daniels.

Beverly Denise Burch dies March 3 at her home in Soddy Daisy at 45. “The last month of Bev’s precious life were spent being a kind and wonderful caretaker to her beloved mother and step-dad. Beverly Burch attended Soddy Daisy High School, Chattanooga State Community College and Northwest Georgia College and was a member of First Freewill Baptist Church in Hixson.

Alvin Roy Reed of Signal Mountain, Tenn., “passed away unexpectedly” Feb. 18. He was 48. Mr. Reed  had been a volunteer firefighter with Signal Mountain and Waldens Ridge fire departments. He had worked in maintenance for Chester Frost Park which was a job that he dearly loved. Mr. Reed owned Signal Mountain Knives. The “man with a big heart” had a dog, Tucker. 

Jabbed people often die young in the middle of physical exercise.

Amelia Skye Gay of Chattanooga “passed away suddenly” Feb. 25. She was 17. She was born in Cleveland and attended HCS Virtual School, but previously attended East Hamilton High School. 

Timothy Philip Clark, 52, of Sale Creek dies Feb. 28 “in a local hospital surrounded by his family.” He had worked at Walgreens was a 1985 graduate of Senter School and graduate din 1988 from Hixson High School. He was an avid fisherman.

LeAnn Marie Day, 55, of Graysville dies March 1. The executive administrative assistant at Blue Cross Blue Shield had been there 35 years. She attended the Dunlap Church of Christ and was a former member of the Soddy Church of Christ. “She loved doing for others and one of her favorite hobbies was creating personalized cards for special occasions people were having.” Her widower is James Day.

Carl Andrew “Butch” Evans, 57, died at a local hospital Feb. 25. He worked at Gold Coast Commodities. “He loved singing, fishing, dancing, camping, and spending quality time with his family. He was of the Baptist faith.”

Eric Franklin, 45, of Stigler, Okla., dies in Chattanooga Feb.19. Companion Funeral and Cremation Service, Chattanooga Chapel had charge of arrangements.

Thomas “Big Drip” DeWayne Jones dies at 25. He graduated magna cum laude from Tennessee State University in Nashville. Thomas was the second in his family to attend and graduate college with a Bachelor of Science in liberal arts. He was a graduate of Howard High School of Academics and Technology. He was also part of the JROTC, and a member of the marching band under Mr. Bell. “He was one of the best trumpet players for the school,” says his death notice.

“Thomas was employed by American Display and Fixture as a forklift driver. He also previously worked at Orange Grove Center as a case manager.

➤  Zachary Mark West of Ooltewah dies Feb. 28. He was 34.

Terry Lee Harrelson of Dalton dies Feb.10 at 56. He was born in Alexander City, Ala., and is survived by a wife of 19 years. Danita.

Jesus Blake “Jesse” Holguin of LaFayette, Ga., dies Feb. 12. He was 32 years old. Mr. Holguin is survived by his wife, Brittany Cheriss Holguin; his daughter, Jaycee Sosebee-Holguin; 

Bradley B. Grant of Chattanooga dies of diabetic complications Feb. 13 at his house. The former owner of Grant’s Auto Trim was 55. Mr. Grant was a graduate of East Ridge High School, class of 1986, and from UTC. He’d been employed as an accountant with Southern Spear Ironworks.

Timothy Christopher Crowden of Cleveland dies at  28.  The member of Tree of Life Ministries, who perishes Feb. 12, enjoyed riding in the mountains, listening to music, hunting, fishing, and fast cars. He also loved spending time with sons Mason and Jayden.

George Cleckler “Rusty” Hewitt dies at 52. George Cleckler Hewitt II (Rusty), age 52, of Rock Spring, Ga., passed away Feb. 14. “He enjoyed metal detecting, Tennessee Vols football, reading and studying the Civil War era and had a great knowledge of the Civil War campsites in our area. He had the pleasure of watching and being part of drag racing with his son Riley.” Rusty is survived by his wife of 30 years, Kim;

Top row from left, Kenneth Hunnicutt, Anthony Bennett and Kevin Winters; bottom row from left, Charles Strickland, Santos Membrano, Judy Ramsey-Shull and Russ Burrows. (Photos Chattanoogan.com obits)

Kevin Shane Winters of Athens, Tenn., dies Feb. 12 at his house at 43. He was a native of Greenville, Mississippi and longtime resident of McMinn County. He and his wife, Dyan, had two children. “A national award winning educator, Kevin was currently employed as a Senior Specialist with the National Institute for Excellence in Teaching. Kevin was known by his friends and colleagues to have a passion for helping his students be successful.” He’d attended Tennessee Wesleyan University and earned a master’s degree from Tennessee Tech.

Jennifer Wooden, active in church life, is dead at 53.

Jennifer “Jen” Wooden of East Ridge “went home to be with the Lord” on Feb. 15. She was 53. She was a certified nursing assistant in the area 22 years and a member of Oakwood Baptist Church in Chickamauga, Ga. Jennifer loved to be with her mom and dad antiquing and roaming around thrift stores and flea markets. She made jewelry for her family and friends. She also had a fan club and had friends from all over the world. *** She loved the Lord, was very strong in her faith, and she took every opportunity to witness for Him. I am confident she is very happy to be in heaven with her beloved grandparents, her dad, and with other family members and friends.

 ➤  Charles Eugene Strickland, “a dedicated member of Boanerges Baptist Church,” dies at 56. The Decatur, Tenn., resident was born in Fort Riley, Kans, and perishes Feb. 12.

➤  Russell “Russ” T. Burrows of Benton, “departed this life peacefully” Feb. 10 at 54. “Throughout his life, Russ was an avid hunter and fisherman, loved sports especially watching his son, Luke play ball.” He had a bachelor’s degree from UTC. He’d been a Polk County sheriff’s deputy and employed at Olin Chemical.

➤  Anthony E. Bennett of Dalton, Ga., dies at 54, on Feb. 12 at Hamilton Medical Center. “Anthony lived an adventurous and fun filled life. He loved his family especially Breanna,” his daughter.

➤  Carla Michelle Boyd of Dunlap, Tenn., dies Feb. 23 at 47. She was a 1995 grad of Lookout Valley High School and a Baptist.

➤  Joy Michelle Adams of Red Bank, dies March 2 at 15. ”Joy was truly a ‘Joy’; very cheerful, happy, and a social butterfly. She affected her surroundings in a positive manner. Joy loved music, outdoor activities, cuddles, smiling and spending time with her siblings.”

➤  Derrica D. Chism passes away March 5 in Chattanooga. She was 54.

From top row left, Bradley Grant, Daniel Rodrigues, LeeAnn Day, Thomas “Hot Rod” Holt and Adam Christopher Lindsey; bottom row left, Myra Yvonne Rivers, Paul Ford, Jesse Holguin and bondsman Rex Card. (Photos Chattanoogan.com obits)

➤  Kenneth D. Hunnicutt of Chattanooga, Manchester, and Nashville, dies at 63 on March 3 “following a brief illness.” He had a career as nurse practitioner in mental health and substance abuse. “He was blessed with an amazing tenor singing voice, and enjoyed performing opera and chorale music throughout his life.” 

➤  Longtime Wal-Mart employee Adam Christopher Lindsey of East Ridge died Feb. 14. He was 49. A Methodist, he’d been been a lifelong resident of East Ridge and had an associate’s degree in computer science from Chattanooga State. He was on the retailer’s payroll 16 years. 

➤  Truck driver Robert Kevin Malone, 62, of Hixson perishes March 3 at 62. He drove 30 years for several truck outfits, the last being B&B Logistics. “Kevin was a fantastic artist and enjoyed wood burning, knives, Dale Earnhardt, and watching MASH.”

➤  Judy “Judy Bug” Ramsey-Shull “passed away peacefully with her family by her side” March 2. She was 63. She was reared in Harrison and attended Central High School. “She loved outdoor activities like sunbathing, fishing, and water skiing.”

 Lamar M. (Mont) Evans “gained his wings” on Feb. 13 at 50. He attended Howard High School in the class of 1991. Mr. Evans was “outspoken” and a family man. “He was big on family. He loved and cared about everyone who was around him. He was always in great spirits. You just smiled when he walked into a room because he always kept that handsome smile on his face no matter what. He loved his kids equally. Lamar lived his life; he didn’t let life live him.”

➤  Thomas Jones dies Feb. 14 in Chattanooga. He was 30.

➤  Serena Sims dies Feb. 9 in a local hospital. She was 47.

Thomas “Hot Rod” Holt of Ooltewah worked more than 20 years at Miller Industries. He enjoyed building cars and anything with a motor, drawing, and spending time with family and friends.” He dies Feb. 18 at 50.

Santos Cecilia Alfaro Membrano of Dalton, Ga. is dead Feb. 9. Senora Membrano was 41.

➤  Angel Eduardo Becerril Mena dies Feb. 13. The Dalton, Ga., man was 46.

➤  Daniel Rodriguez, a mere 19, of Dalton, Ga. dies Feb. 8. Mass was Feb. 15 at St. Joseph’s Catholic Church on 968 Haig Mill Lake Road Dalton.

➤  Paul Kevin Ford of Nashville, dies at his residence at 54 on Feb. 8. The Chattanooga connections are his parents, Sue and Frank Ford, sister and brother-in-law, Kristi and Robbie Rhodes, and nephews Daniel and Tyler Rhodes, also of Chattanooga.

➤  Blake Austin Miller, 24, dies Jan. 25 in Apison, east of Chattanooga. “Blake was found just two days before his 25th birthday.” “Blake had a big character and a big contagious smile that would warm anyone’s heart. He had many friends and loved wearing his high top Nikes and playing Xbox. Please keep all of our family and friends in your prayers.”

Rex Card, a lifelong resident of Chattanooga and owner of Card and Chattanooga Bonding Co. dies Feb. 15 at his residence from medical complications. Rex was 65. He was a member of the Hixson Golf Team and a longtime member of the Valleybrook Golf and Country Club. He’d attended UTC. He was a lover of all animals but had a special love for his cats.

 ➤ Homebuilder Bob Parks, lifelong resident of East Ridge, perishes Feb. 15 at his residence. He was 61. Mr. Parks spent the majority of his career building homes houses, following a long tradition set by his family whose members were all involved in construction of some sort. Bob was a Christian man and was of the Baptist faith.

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