A NOTICE TO OUR COMMUNITY
We will be offering live streaming and recording of funeral services for our families at no cost, per the family’s request. To see the funeral service, please click the loved one’s name and it will appear under the obituary. The live feed will be posted at the current time of the service. If you are unable to watch at the time of the service, we will have it uploaded within 24 hours of the service time. We understand everyone’s growing concern about COVID-19 and our highly trained staff are closely monitoring and implementing recommendations from the CDC as well as state and local health officials to ensure the health and safety of our families. We will continue to be available 24/7 during your time of need.
May God Bless,
Brian, Christy, & Hunter
Brian Arrowood & Christy Lyons
Proud Owners of
Johnson-Arrowood Funeral Home
September 23, 2020KINGSPORT – Matthew Brian Hicks, 32, passed away on Wednesday, September 23, 2020 at Holston Valley Medical Center. Matthew was a lifelong resident of Sullivan County. He was a graduate from Dobyns-Bennett Highschool and was employed at Lowes.
September 18, 2020David Wayne Calton, age 49, of Church Hill, passed away Friday, September 18, 2020 at the Holston Valley Medical Center following an extended illness. David was born in Kingsport to his parents Larry and Linda Calton on December 17, 1970. He graduate
September 11, 2020CHURCH HILL – Harold Leon Watterson, 78, passed away on Friday, September 11, 2020 at Holston Valley Medical Center. Harold L Watterson was born in Kingsport, TN to Tilmon Watterson and Vada Virginia Watterson (Lyle) on March 16, 1942. He was th
September 9, 2020KINGSPORT – Sonya LaFrance Christian, 59, went to her Heavenly Home on Wednesday, September 9, 2020. Sonya was originally from Hawkins County but resided in Sullivan County. She was of the Baptist faith and was a member of First Freewill Baptist
August 28, 2020SURGOINSVILLE - Mamie Ruth Rutledge, age 93, passed away Friday, August 28, 2020 at the Church Hill Healthcare & Rehab. Mamie was a lifelong resident of Surgoinsville and was the oldest living member of the Amis Chapel United Methodist Church.
“Thank you so much for the compassion, caring and respect that your wonderful staff showed to our family during the loss of our precious mommy. You did a great job, may God bless you. “
“Thank you so much for the compassion and sympathetic staff at Johnson Arrowood. This has been one of the hardest times ever losing my only child and son. Hunter was so nice and took his time in helping with all the arrangements and treated us like family. I also loved the option of having livestream memorial on line for family and friends that were out of town, state or couldn’t attend the service. In my opinion, you could not find a more dedicated and courteous staff. They went above and beyond. Thank you for your dedication to families during this difficult time.”
“I can not even begin to express how much the staff at Johnson Arrowood did for us. The compassion and care they gave us all during the hardest time of our life at the passing of our mother. Not only during the services but even weeks after they still continue to offer comfort and support. They truly make you a part of their family and offer assistance in any way possible. Thank you to you all for you have been a blessing to our family.”
Family of Marcelle Baker