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CHRISTOPHER D. KEARNEY
FRANKLINTON - Christopher Dequan Kearney, 30, died Saturday, Dec. 6, 2008. Funeral services were Thursday, Dec. 11, at First Baptist Church, Franklinton, with the Rev. Andre Johnson officiating. Burial was in the Hawkins Chapel Baptist Church cemetery, Franklinton.

He was born at Maria Parham Hospital in Henderson, the son of Dan P. Kearney and Alice B. Kearney. He was a member of Hawkins Chapel Baptist Church in Franklinton and was a 1997 graduate of Franklinton High School, where he was very active in sports. He completed Tractor-Trailer training at Professional Driving School in Paducah, Ky., and started his career driving for several trucking companies, the latest being Larry Newby Trucking Co. in Henderson.

In addition to his parents, he is survived by one daughter, Mikala, and his fiance, Michelle Moore, both of the home; brother, Stephen “Tony” Kearney (Paulene) of Franklinton; sister, Alicia “Lisa” Green (Tony) of Columbia, S.C.; grandmother, Dorothy Burwell of Franklinton; two nieces and two nephews; and a host of aunts, uncles and other relatives.

Arrangements by Cutchins Funeral Home, Franklinton.

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Members Opinions:
December 16, 2008 at 2:05pm
There is no evidence at the crash scene that indicates Chris ran off the road,over corrected and lost control of his vehicle,if anything he was trying to avoid being hit. The speed limit on that road is 45mph,IF he was speeding coming out of not one but two sharp curves his car would not have run off the right side of the road,but would have drifted towards the left. He WAS wearing his seat belt,the buckle was in the proper place,the shoulder and lap harness were cut by the paramedic's to remove him from the car.This is a terrible lost for all that knew him.Let's get the facts right before we start printing and selling papers.



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