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Dexter T Sims Mortuary LLC

360 Lee Street
Royston, GA 30662
(706) 246-9493
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Pruitt Funeral Home

47 Franklin Springs St
Royston, GA 30662
(706) 245-7234
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Chaplain answers toughest calls - Orange County Register

Monday, October 24, 2016

Dave didn't make it," she said. "He was very compassionate. He had an understanding you could relate to. He's amazing and gives of himself. I've never met anyone like him."Arlene Royston, whose husband, John, was run down by a driver in the Aliso Viejo Town Center, said she couldn't have made it without Rustad's help."He was the first person we were greeted by," she said days after the man who almost killed her husband was sentenced to 15 years. "He gave us guidance to be strong. If there was anything we needed, he was there."•••In his more than 35 years of ministry, the Cobles' tragedy was the hardest Rustad had faced."I've worked many times with parents who've lost a child in a car accident or drowning, but I never had one where they lost all three instantly," he said.At the end of that long day, Rustad walked back into the Cobles' room. He told them everything was set, including the limousines, caskets, church, headstones and engraved bench. They broke down and sobbed.Rustad almost immediately set up a memorial fund and Web site with pictures of Kyle, 5, Emma, 4, and Katie, 2. Within hours tributes, condolence messages and offers of help abounded. A computer from the nurses' station helped the couple see the public outpouring. About one message came in each minute.After that day, Rustad put his other job on hold. Each day he was with the Cobles. He finished plans for the funeral and answered thousands of e-mails that came to www.lifetomotion.com.After the funeral, Rustad returned to on-call duty at the hospital."Roger was huge for us," Lori Coble said. "He knew what to do. We'd just lost all three of our kids. He stepped up and did it all. If we tried to convey in words what he did, it would be an understatement."Contact the writer: 949-454-7307 or eritchie@ocregister.comDigital & Driveway Delivery - 50% OffMost Popular...

Ted King

Monday, September 26, 2016

Ray King & wife Sabrina of Gray, Dennis King & wife Shari of Kingsport; step-daughter, Jane Trent & husband Roy of Kingsport; two grandchildren, Kevin Lowe of Kingsport and Heather Lowe Royston & husband Joseph of Bristol; three great-grandchildren, Dillen, Alexis and Gibson; niece, Patty; and two nephews, Tommy & Kenneth.The family will receive friends, Tuesday, September 20, 2016 from 6:00 – 8:00 pm at East Tennessee Funeral Home with services to begin at 8:00 pm in the funeral home chapel with Rev. Al South officiating. Special singing will be provided by Beulah Baptist Church Choir. Graveside services will be conducted at 12:00 pm on Wednesday, September 21, 2016 in East Tennessee Cemetery. Pallbearers will be sons, grandson and sons-in-law. Honorary pallbearers will be Mike Jessee, JD Lay, Elmer Shipley, Kenneth King, Tommy King, Bobby Shepherd and Jerry Nave.Special thanks to Amedisys Hospice for their loving care and comfort. Thanks to Vanessa, Jerry, Lee and his loving daughter, Sharon and son-in-law, Snake. The family will receive friends anytime at the home place.In lieu of flowers, the family request memorial contributions may be made to Fordtown Cemetery Fund, c/o Edith Maden, 444 Old Fordtown Rd., Kingsport, TN 37663.East Tennessee Funeral Home & Cemetery are honored to serve the King Family.

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Chaplain answers toughest calls - Orange County Register

Monday, October 24, 2016

Dave didn't make it," she said. "He was very compassionate. He had an understanding you could relate to. He's amazing and gives of himself. I've never met anyone like him."Arlene Royston, whose husband, John, was run down by a driver in the Aliso Viejo Town Center, said she couldn't have made it without Rustad's help."He was the first person we were greeted by," she said days after the man who almost killed her husband was sentenced to 15 years. "He gave us guidance to be strong. If there was anything we needed, he was there."•••In his more than 35 years of ministry, the Cobles' tragedy was the hardest Rustad had faced."I've worked many times with parents who've lost a child in a car accident or drowning, but I never had one where they lost all three instantly," he said.At the end of that long day, Rustad walked back into the Cobles' room. He told them everything was set, including the limousines, caskets, church, headstones and engraved bench. They broke down and sobbed.Rustad almost immediately set up a memorial fund and Web site with pictures of Kyle, 5, Emma, 4, and Katie, 2. Within hours tributes, condolence messages and offers of help abounded. A computer from the nurses' station helped the couple see the public outpouring. About one message came in each minute.After that day, Rustad put his other job on hold. Each day he was with the Cobles. He finished plans for the funeral and answered thousands of e-mails that came to www.lifetomotion.com.After the funeral, Rustad returned to on-call duty at the hospital."Roger was huge for us," Lori Coble said. "He knew what to do. We'd just lost all three of our kids. He stepped up and did it all. If we tried to convey in words what he did, it would be an understatement."Contact the writer: 949-454-7307 or eritchie@ocregister.comDigital & Driveway Delivery - 50% OffMost Popular...

Ted King

Monday, September 26, 2016

Ray King & wife Sabrina of Gray, Dennis King & wife Shari of Kingsport; step-daughter, Jane Trent & husband Roy of Kingsport; two grandchildren, Kevin Lowe of Kingsport and Heather Lowe Royston & husband Joseph of Bristol; three great-grandchildren, Dillen, Alexis and Gibson; niece, Patty; and two nephews, Tommy & Kenneth.The family will receive friends, Tuesday, September 20, 2016 from 6:00 – 8:00 pm at East Tennessee Funeral Home with services to begin at 8:00 pm in the funeral home chapel with Rev. Al South officiating. Special singing will be provided by Beulah Baptist Church Choir. Graveside services will be conducted at 12:00 pm on Wednesday, September 21, 2016 in East Tennessee Cemetery. Pallbearers will be sons, grandson and sons-in-law. Honorary pallbearers will be Mike Jessee, JD Lay, Elmer Shipley, Kenneth King, Tommy King, Bobby Shepherd and Jerry Nave.Special thanks to Amedisys Hospice for their loving care and comfort. Thanks to Vanessa, Jerry, Lee and his loving daughter, Sharon and son-in-law, Snake. The family will receive friends anytime at the home place.In lieu of flowers, the family request memorial contributions may be made to Fordtown Cemetery Fund, c/o Edith Maden, 444 Old Fordtown Rd., Kingsport, TN 37663.East Tennessee Funeral Home & Cemetery are honored to serve the King Family.