Crossville Chronicle, Crossville, TN


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Crossville, Cumberland County and Fairfield Glade fire department units, along with Cumberland County Sheriff's Department, Crossville Police, Cumberland County Emergency Medical Service and Cumberland County Rescue Squad, participated in a procession from Bilbrey Funeral Home to a Mayland area cemetery in honor of Ray Button, who passed away early Monday morning. Button served on the county fire department for over three decades and was among the first volunteers after the department organized. He had also served as a volunteer on the Crossville Fire Department. Button worked on Main St. for over 65 years and was owner of Ray's Jewelry. Full obituary notice will be published when received.

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