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Tina Austin

Knoxville - It is with profound sadness we must announce the passing of Tina Gossage Turner Austin, a devoted wife, mother and friend to all she met. She is survived by her Daddy Jimmy "Cotton" (Brenda) Gossage, dedicated husband and love of her life Wyatt Austin, her two sons Chris and Cody, sisters Jill Myers (David), Brandi Smith (Forty Dominguez) and Terra Gossage, Brothers and Sisters-in-law William Austin Jr., Henry, Alla Jones, Dora Jones, Dorothy Cox, Dorothy Hyder, Norvell, Curtis, Daisy Mae Moore, Andrew Lee, Percy, James Lee, Hattie Pearl, Will, Eula, Kelvin. and numerous nieces and nephews. Preceded by Momma Judy Gossage Johnson, brother Jamey "Tug Boat" Gossage. And too many friends new and old to mention. She had a vivacious personality that was contagious and could make all those around her laugh and feel special. Tina was a beautiful person inside and out, she was able to make lifelong friends with anyone she met and cherished those friendships. Tina enjoyed working in her yard with her husband and dog Neyland; in which Tina took great pride in both. At Tina's request, no funeral services have been planned. She will be cremated, and when the time comes, buried with Wyatt for eternal rest. The family will have a private good bye. A celebration of life is to be planned for a later date to allow friends and family a time to talk, honor and share. In lieu of flowers please honor her memory by embracing your loved ones, being kind and saying I LOVE YOU. Online condolences may be left at www.mynattfh.com.

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Published in Knoxville News Sentinel from Jun. 30 to Jul. 1, 2020.
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July 7, 2020
one of the most beautiful girls to live in loudon county.....with the best sense of humor.....
douglas myers
July 3, 2020
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.
July 2, 2020
M gonna miss you tina..tell my mama hi and kiss for me...fly high beautiful angel
Jona campbell
July 2, 2020
I always like Tina..she was truly a good person who affected people in profound ways..I'll miss her funny memes she sent on facebook and her prayers sent to those of us who need them! Rest in Peace dear lady! You brighten the world with your presence , where a dark void there now will always be !!
Penny Elliott
July 1, 2020
Tina we were never really that close but you was a really good person you tried to take care of Chase the best way you could you will surely be missed Rest in Peace Angel
Laura Winckler
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