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James “Jaws” Icenhour, age 49, of 2054 Berry Branch Road, Mountain City, Tennessee, passed away Thursday, March 14, 2013 at the University Of Tennessee Medical Center, Knoxville, Tennessee. He was preceded in death by a sister, Carol Marlow and uncle, James Icenhour. His hobbies were woodcarving, guitar and painter.
Survivors are his parents, Junior Fred Icenhour of Mountain City, TN and Lue and Bud Clark of Mountain City, TN and step-mother, Lela Waycaster of Farmville, Va. In addition to his parents are his wife, Shentonta Burchett Icenhour, daughter, Heather Burgess and husband, David of Mountain City, TN; son, Chayne Jay Icenhour of Mountain City, TN and extra children, Chris Forrester and Brittany Eggers both of Banner Elk, NC; sisters, Kathy Icenhour, Cheboygen, WI, Tammy Lunceford, Butler, TN; two step-sisters, Sasha Spivey, of North Carolina, Cindy Mae Clark, of Texas; two step-brothers, Charlie Johnson of Georgia and Dale Edward Clark of Texas. Several uncles, aunts and cousins also survive. Special friends, Billy Jack and Teresa Jenkins, Mike Morefield, Tommy Johnson, and Douglas Icenhour.
A private family service was held Monday, March 18, 2013.
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