Jacqueline Tipton Newman
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Jacqueline Tipton Newman

Knoxville - Jacqueline Tipton Newman passed away on Thursday, September 3, 2020.

Preceded in death by husband James A. Newman, former Superintendent of Knoxville City Schools, parents Nelle and Paul R. Tipton, brother Rex Reed Tipton, sister Joan Tipton Hess.

Survivors, Daughter Teressia Newman Blair of Knoxville, TN Son Harry J. Newman, of Maryville, TN Grandchildren James Adam Blair of Dalton GA, Christopher James and wife Kristin Helm Newman of Scottsdale AZ, Stephanie and husband Craig Williams, Great-grandson Walter Williams Great-granddaughter Stella Williams of Flora MS

Jacqueline was a member of Church Street Methodist Church and Murphy Builders/Pathfinders Sunday School Class. She attended the University of Tennessee and throughout her life devoted countless volunteer hours to local civic and social organizations. She was a past president of Knoxville Symphony League and Honorary Director. Jacqueline was a member of First Families of Tennessee, Tipton-Haynes Historical Assoc. Daughters of Founders and Patriots, Daughters of the American Revolution, Daughters of American Colonists, Daughters of 1812, Daughters of the 17th Century, First Families of Franklin, Norris Women's Club, The Knoxville Museum of Art Guild, Board Member of Ramsey House, Ossoli Club, Nonpareils Red Hat Society, Dixie Garden Club, & Novel Lovers Book Club.

Jacqueline began her career modeling and coordinating fashion shows. Selected as one of Knoxville's Ten Best Dressed Women she was placed in the Hall of Fame three consecutive years.

Jacqueline owned and operated "Miss Jackie's Pre-School" then later in life she retired from the Knox County School System remaining active in her beloved community organizations.

An Entombment Service will be held at Berry Highland Memorial cemetery mausoleum Whispering Waters 5315 Kingston Pike, Knoxville, Tennessee, 37919 Thursday, September 10, 2020 at 3:00pm with Rev Jan Wade officiating. In lieu of Flowers a Memorial may be sent to: Church Street Methodist, PO Box 1303, Knoxville, Tennessee, 37901-1303, Knoxville Symphony League Endowment Fund, 1831 Pine Ridge Rd., Seymour, TN, 37865. Friends may leave their thoughts and memories at www.berryhighlandmemorial.com




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Published in Knoxville News Sentinel from Sep. 5 to Sep. 7, 2020.
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September 13, 2020
Jackie, you were always kind and supportive to my family. Friends with my mom, Merle Russell; beloved teacher to my son, Jeremy Allen; and cherished visitor and customer at Business Mail at the postal service.
I was so fond of you, and will miss you.
Suzanne Russell
Suzanne Russell
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September 7, 2020
I worked with Jackie on printing projects for the Knoxville Symphony League and later she came to see me when I worked at Belk, West Town Mall. We always shared some big laughs. She was a great lady. My sincere sympathy and wishes for peace and comfort go out to her family and friends.
Brian McMillan
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September 7, 2020
Jackie will be missed. Her hard work for the KSO was so appreciated.
Elizabeth V Farr
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September 6, 2020
So glad I had the pleasure of knowing jackie by being friends with teressia for over 50 years. Jackie was so full of life. She will be missed. Love to the Newman Tipton family
Ray and Scarlett Evans
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