Roger William Breeden

Picture it, Knoxville, February 26, 1975… a precious baby boy was born to Linda & the late Haskel Breeden.  He was a 4th birthday present to his big sister Veronica, as they were born on the same day 4 years apart.


On March 17, 1996, Roggie (as he was called by his family) and the love of his life Tabitha (Tabby) were married.  They were blessed with the birth of their two babies Mason and McKenzie, who both look like their daddy.  So as long as they are in the world, we’ll all be blessed to still have a glimpse of our Roggie.


Roger went to his heavenly home on Monday June 17, 2019 at Methodist Medical Center in Oak Ridge with his loving wife laying in his bed next to him, holding his hand.


He is preceded in death by his father: Haskel Breeden.

His mother-in-law: Sue Ward.

Step-dad: Floyd Eubanks.

His Breeden and Mason grandparents, his Ward/Nelson grandparents-in-law.

Cousin: Destry Young.


He is survived by the love of his life & wife: Tabitha.

Their precious children: Mason, McKenzie, and Paige.

Mother: Linda Eubanks.

Sister & brother-in-law: Veronica & Bryan Crawley.

Brother-in-law & sister-in-law: Trampus & Jill Ward, Angie & Jeremy Hobbs, Mikey Ann & Kemper Begley.

Precious niece: Joy Parker

Nieces and nephews: Rebecca, Zane, Clark, Brantley, Ashley, Travis, and his extra special spoiled rotten niece Aubree.

His in laws: Terry & Debby Ward.

Aunts: Judy, Jenny, Joanne, Sharon, and Weazie.

Best friend: Gary Harris and family, and his family in the EMS and Fire World.


The family will receive friends on Saturday June 22, 2019 at Davis Funeral Home in Harriman from 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM.  The funeral and masonic services will follow at 2:00 PM with Bro. Wayne Nelson and Bro. Ronnie Stockton officiating.  Family and friends will proceed to Emory Heights Cemetery for graveside services.  A reception will follow at our loving church Emory Heights Missionary Baptist Church.


In lieu of flowers, donations may be sent for funeral expenses.


Davis Funeral Home, Harriman, is honored to serve the Breeden family.