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Fred Honeycutt, age 82, of Blackwater, Va., died Wednesday, Nov. 7, 2012, at Johnson City Medical Center. He was born Aug. 27, 1930, in Pigeon Roost, N.C.
Mr. Honeycutt had owned his own logging business for over 50 years and was retired. He enjoyed fishing, hunting and watching westerns.
He was preceded in death by his wife Nellie Honeycutt; son Jerry Honeycutt; infant son Vernie Honeycutt; two infant daughters Stella Honeycutt and Marie Honeycutt; mother and father Mary Honeycutt and the Rev. Clayton Honeycutt; brothers the Rev. Garfield Honeycutt and Troy Honeycutt and sister Francis Honeycutt.
Survivors include his special friend and companion Katherine Lewis; one son: Steve Honeycutt and his wife Regina, of Jonesville, Va.; one brother: David Honeycutt and his wife Louise, of Lenoir City, N.C. and three sisters: Etter Casey and her husband Sam of Unicoi, Myra Harmon and her husband Robert of Unicoi, and Emma Jane Gosnell of Greeneville; four grandchildren, April Honeycutt Scott and her husband Greg, of Conway, S.C., Ashley Honeycutt and her husband Randy Collins of Jonesville, Va., Freddie Honeycutt and wife Brandy, of Blackwater, Va., and John Boy Honeycutt and his wife Erica, of Johnson City; nine great-grandchildren: Peyton Scott, Hunter Collins, Rachel Collins, Kylee Honeycutt, Wesley Honeycutt, Joseph Honeycutt, Koda Honeycutt, Billy Honeycutt and Cheyenne Honeycutt; daughter-in-law: Patricia Honeycutt, of Blackwater, Va. and many special family and friends.
The funeral service was held at 3 p.m., Sunday, Nov. 11, at the Province Funeral Home Sanctuary in Jonesville, Va., with Kim Casey and Randall Honeycutt officiating.
Burial followed at Lee Memorial Gardens in Woodway, Va.
Condolences can be sent to the family by e-mail to [email protected]