Mr. Ronnie C. Branam, of Jacksboro passed away on Friday, November 20, 2020.  He was a loving husband, son, father, grandfather, and great grandfather.  He was a faithful Christian and attended Heritage Baptist Church.  Ronnie was a graduate of Wynn High School.  He completed the Licensed Practical Nurse training at LaFollette Medical where he was employed 14 years.  In addition, he was a friend and caregiver to Allan Douglas, a paraplegic.  Ronnie was elected to the office of Campbell County Register of Deeds where he served until he retired after 28 years of service.  He enjoyed serving the people in healthcare and in public office.  Preceded in death by parents, Pernie Chadwell Branam and Walter Branam, Sr.; brothers Walter Branam, Jr., Keith Branam, Harold Branam; Sisters, Beulah Walden, Viola Bowlin, and Mary Wilson

Survived by wife: Eugenia Boshears Branam

Son and wife: Ronald Eugene and Pam Daugherty Branam

Grandson and wife: Justin Andrew and Yeonhee C. Branam

Great granddaughters: Ruby and Sophie Branam

Sister-in-law: Janice Branam

Brother-in-law and sister-in-law: Leland Boshears and Sarah Stooksbury

Several nieces, nephews and many friends

A Special friend who was a great help, care and support for him

Due to circumstances surrounding COVID-19, a private service will be held for the family.  In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations may be made to the Campbell County Cancer Association, P.O. Box 122, Jacksboro, TN 37757.  Online condolences for Mr. Branam may be made at www.waltersfuneralhm.net.  Walters Funeral Home of LaFollette is honored to be serving the family of Mr. Ronnie C. Branam.

2 Replies to “Ronnie C. Branam, of Jacksboro”

  1. Like the rest of you I’ve known Ronnie for as long as I’ve been involved in Campbell County! He was a really fine fellow and great Register of Deeds! He was also a good sport. One day a few of us were in his office in the room where the deed books were stored. We all had it planned. Just as Ronnie walked into the room I grabbed one of the deed books and ripped a page out of the book (it was a fake page that we had inserted) and exclaimed something to the effect that “that deed doesn’t need to be in there!” Ronnie’s eyes got as big as a basket ball and he was flabbergasted and shocked!! Then we told him it was a joke! We all had a great laugh. Ronnie will be missed. To this day I think of him every time I enter those rooms of the Courthouse. I’m very sorry for his passing.

  2. Mr. Ronnie was like a grandfather to me and my sister Rebecca. He was a great man and always so kind to our family
    We hadn’t seen him or Mrs. Eugenia in many years since we moved but so many memories of dinners at Charleys pizza with them, and church functions at LaFollette Baptist church. He gave me the nickname L.C. when I was about 10 years old after saying that I was just like my father, and that name has stuck ever since. He always drove that old silver Jeep we called the tin can 🙂 He was truly a great man of God. I’m very sorry to hear of his passing, and he will be missed, but oh how I know the angels are rejoicing having him home

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