Malcolm Scott Chamness

Malcolm Scott Chamness

Malcolm Scott Chamness, of Goreville, died on Feb. 10, 2021, at Alison Point Healthcare in Indiana after a brief illness.

He was born on Nov. 14,1962, in Anna, the son of James Leon and Janie Lucinda Chamness. 

He graduated from Cobden High School. He was a member of Anna Heights Baptist Church. He was known for hanging out with his friends at McDonald’s and Kiki’s Coffeehouse.

He worked for many years as an EMT for Union County Ambulance Service and also was employed at the Choate Mental Health and Developmental Center in Anna.

He is survived by his siblings, Mike (Virginia) Chamness of Cypress, Terrie (Willie) Rhymer of Dongola, Deborah (Jim) Walker Parsons of Tennessee and David (Tammy) Chamness, Melber, Ky.

He was preceded in death by his parents, James and Janie Chamness; and by his daughter Lucinda (Cindy) Chamness.

A private family memorial service was held at Luther Chapel Cemetery in Cypress, with Pastor Steve Heisner officiating, on May 29, with burial of his and his daughter Cindy’s remains.

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