Max Morelock Death – Samuel Max Morelock, age 19, of Greeneville, has passed away. He died on Sunday, March 5, 2023, at Greeneville Community Hospital. Max, who was fondly known as “Bubby” by those who loved him, was born and reared in Greeneville. Greeneville is also his hometown. He received his high school diploma from Greeneville High School and continued his education at Walter State Community College.
In addition to being an avid fly fisherman, he had a lot of fun working in construction with his buddy Berry and his boss Berry. For Max, home was either in the hills or along one of the nearby streams. You could find him there, engaging in the activities that brought him the most joy. To truly know Max was to fall in love with him and his kind and caring heart. He was a wonderful friend to a lot of people and he will be sorely missed by all of them.
Max Morelock Survived By and Preceded By
He is survived by his parents: Maxi Douthat and Lewis Morelock; his sister: Abbi Morelock: grandparents: Terry & Judy Douthat and Sammy & Diana Morelock; aunt & uncle: Karleen & Paul Kilday; great uncle: Chris & Page Douthat; cousins: Maddie Kilday, Amie Douthat Goins, and Christopher Douthat; He was preceded in death by his great grandparents: Max & Margie Douthat, Bob Smith, Lois Smith, Carl & Dorothy Morelock, and RJ & Mary Sue Knight.
Max Morelock Funeral Arrangement
The family will receive friends Friday from 4-7 PM at Jeffers Funeral Service downtown. Funeral services will be Saturday at 11 AM in Asbury United Methodist Church with Rev. Jerry Jones officiating. Interment will follow in Oak Grove Cemetery. Pallbearers will be Andres Arellanes, Samuel Allen, Berry Starret, Justin Frazier, Kyle McInturff, Misael Sanchez, Daniel Whitfield, Mikey Ferguson, and Mikes Lee. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Cherokee Chapter of Trout Unlimited, PO Box 712, Greeneville, TN 37744.
About Greeneville, Tennessee
Greeneville is located in Greene County, Tennessee, United States, and serves as the county seat for that county. The population was 15,479 at the time of the census in the year 2020. The town was named after the Revolutionary War hero Nathanael Greene, and it holds the distinction of being Tennessee’s second-oldest settlement.
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