Albert Acree Atkins Jr.

Knoxville, Tennessee


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ATKINS, ALBERT ACREE "TOMMY", JR. - age 84, moved to his heavenly home from his earthly home in Knoxville, TN. on Saturday, March 6, 2010. He loved the Lord, his country, sailboats and his 47 plus years business as Valley Pump & Supply. Tommy was a devoted member of The Gideons...

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I have known Tommy for over 25 years. He put the pump in my house. We have been friends ever since. He was a good man but most importatky a Christian. He never missed an opportunity to tell anyone about his faith. He will be missed.

Emily, Tom, and family,
Our deepest sympathy to you in the loss of your Dad and Grandad. My Mother and Tommy's mother were friends from childhood. So Tommy and I have been good friends all our lives. I am deeply saddened by his death. Mary Jane and I are not able to get out to see you, but you are in our thoughts and prayers now and in the days to come. Our daughters, Malinda, Mary, and Martha, send their condolences to you also.
Boyd and Mary Jane Sharp

I met tommy 20 years ago when I come to travis marine he was one of the finest people I have ever known I rebuilt the carburator on his studebaker convertable

I met Tommy probably 40 years ago when I needed some pump work. He did my pump/well work ever since. We quickly discovered that we were both Gideons, and we enjoyed sharing things about the Lord and life in general. Tommy was a good Christian, a good pump man, and a good person. I will miss his smile, his Studebakers, and his ability to get my water back on whenever I needed him.

I am sorry for your loss.I enjoyed talking to him at our Gideon meetings,he had great wisdom and will be greatly missed David and Jennie Eakes

To family of Tommy;I first knew tommy at bearden hardware in the 60's.In 1988 we built in Friendsville Tn.Tommy Did my pump.What agreat Man and Christian. John R. Cooper

Emily, Tom, Ryan and Sarah & family:
We are sorry to hear of you father's death. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time.

Offering our deepest condolences during this time.

I am Pat Kane Chester and grew up in Cedar Springs Presbyterian church. Even as a child, I knew your father's love for our Lord. My father, Elliott Kane, always spoke highly of your father. My prayers will continue with you as you cherish your memories.