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Three Standefer Brothers; Bud, Guy and Paul

Bullet3.gif (148 bytes) From: Collier Cemetery, Bledsoe Co., TN by Sue Douglas Condra and Sara Agee Goins.

The newspapers for two of these obituaries are not identified.

 Walter "Bud" Standefer

Walter Wright "Bud" Standefer, age 71, of Route 1, Dunlap, died Thursday, January 10, 1980, in a local hospital.  He was retired from Standefer's Dry Cleaners in Pikeville, where he was a partner for more than 30 years.

Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Flona Boyd Standefer of Route 1, Dunlap; a daughter, Mrs. Virginia Jo Myers of Pikeville; two sons, Johnny Boyd Standefer of Chattanooga, and Eddie Starr Standefer of Route 1, Dunlap; six grandchildren; two sisters, Mrs. Ova Hamrick of Rout 1, Whitwell, and Mrs. Treva Ewton of Route 1, Dunlap; two brothers Guy Standefer of Dunlap and Paul Standefer of Pikeville; several nieces and nephews.

Funeral services were held Saturday afternoon at Pikeville Funeral Home.  Minister Dennis Smith officiated.  Interment was in Collier Cemetery.

Pallbearers were James Ewton, Wendell Billingsley, Bob Ridge, Ronnie Gulley, Dremond Smith, and Eddie Rains.

 Guy M. Standefer

From: "Dunlap Tribune", January 7, 1982

Guy M. Standefer, 85, of Dunlap, died Friday, January 1, 1982.  He was a prominent church leader and retired businessman.

Mr. Standefer operated Standefer Dry Cleaners for many years, and was active in the work of the Church of Christ, leading singing at many services.

Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Sally Goins Standefer; a son, Randall L. Standefer Sr.; four grandchildren, Randall Jr., Lorann and Christy Standefer; a sister, Mrs. Howard (Treva) Ewton, all of Dunlap; a brother, Paul Standefer of Pikeville; several nieces and nephew.

Services were held Sunday afternoon at the Dunlap Church of Christ, with Minister Ernest Laws officiating.  Interment will be in Collier Cemetery.

 Paul Standefer

Paul Standefer, age 80, of Pikeville, died at his home Wednesday morning, February 6, 1985.  He was owner and operator of Pikeville Dry Cleaners for 37 years.  He was a veteran of World War II, serving with the U. S. Army, and was a member of the Church of Christ.

He is survived by his wife, Blanch C. Standefer of Pikeville; one daughter, Jane Standefer of Pikeville; two sons, Wayne Standefer of Hixson, and Roy Lee Standefer of Pikeville; four grandchildren; one sister, Treva Ewton of Route 1, Dunlap; and several nieces and nephews.

Services were held Thursday afternoon in the chapel of Pikeville Funeral Home, with Minister Dennis Smith officiating.  Burial was in Collier Cemetery.

Pikeville Funeral Home in charge of arrangements.

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