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Skylar Blue Dugger

• Feb 13, 2019 at 4:19 PM

JOHNSON CITY - Skylar Blue Dugger, 28, Johnson City, passed away Sunday, February 10, 2019.

Skylar was a graduate of Happy Valley High School and was presently attending Tennessee Tech and was employed by Five Guys. Skylar loved his trips to Disney and the beach with his family. He was a member of Pleasant Beach Baptist Church. Skylar loved his Sunday School Teachers Bud & Liz Street. He was preceded in death by his Maternal Grandparents: R.J. & Peggy Williams

Survivors include his Parents: Len & Diane Dugger. His Daughter: Serenity Dugger and special daughter Isabella Peters and their mother Natasha Peters. His Paternal Grandparents: Len Sr. & Sylvia Dugger His Uncle & Aunts: Michael & Yodie Bailey and their children Caitlyn Caroline, Carissa, Lisa & Larry Miller. His cousins: Debbie Williams Croom, South Carolina and Heatherly Williams Styles, Knoxville.

Funeral Services will be conducted at 2 p.m. Saturday, February 16, 2019 in Memorial Funeral Chapel with Pastor Mark Fowler, Mr. Eddie Carver and Pastor Bobby Stout officiating. Entombment will be in the Mausoleum of Faith, Happy Valley Memorial Park. Music will be provided by Tawana Holland, and Greg Rusten. Active Pallbearers will be: Bradley McVey, Daniel Wilson, Chris Mathes, Charles Peters, Jeff Peters, Jordan Meredith, Lance Reed and Elvin Brown. Honorary Pallbearers will be: Perry Perkins, Willie McVey, Eddie Carver, Richard Hyder, Dr. Robert Sams, Eddie Pless, Lynn Surratt, Frank Burkhart, Jeff Reed, Sam Crowder, George Heaton, Tony Jones, Jeff Guinn, Michael Bailey and Larry Miller and employees of Five Guys. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made in memory of Skylar to a Trust Fund for Serenity Dugger at Elizabethton Federal. The family will receive friends from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday prior to the service. Friends may also visit with the family at the residence. Condolences may be sent to the family at our web-site www.memorialfcelizabethton.com. 

Memorial Funeral Chapel is serving the Dugger family. 

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