Rhonda Denise Meadows, age 53 of Lafollette, TN went home to be with the Lord on Saturday, December 5, 2020 after years of declining health. Rhonda was born in Bell County, KY on August 12, 1967. She was preceded in death by her paternal grandparents, William and Ruby King of Middleboro, KY, and maternal grandparents Uyless and Hettie Marcum of Middleboro,  KY.

Survivors include her loving husband of 20 years, Jason Meadows of Lafollette, TN, 3 daughters Tiffany Combs (Brance) of Middleboro, KY, Kasey Mozingo, and Abigail Liford (Keegan) of Tazewell, TN and 2 precious grandsons, Emmett and AJ. She is also survived by her Father Clettis King (Jeanie) of Bob White,  WV and 2 sisters, Karen Payne and Teresa Parker (Brent) of Calhoun, GA. Other survivors include several nieces, nephews, and other family members.

Rhonda had a love for the outdoors and always called her house boat on Norris Lake her “happy place”. She and her husband shared a passion for fishing and spent many days trolling for Walleye. Rhonda also had a need for speed! She enjoyed fast boating, ATVs, and Corvettes. Rhonda loved life and lived every single day to the fullest.  No one around was a bigger Vols fan than Rhonda. She loved those boys in orange and attended several games in Knoxville. The thing she was most passionate about, however was her family. She loved with everything she could possibly give and no one made her smile more than those grandkids!

Rhonda worked as a real estate agent for Ayers Realty until early 2020 with a wonderful group of friends where she loved her job and loved helping people most of all.

The family would like to extend a special thank you to the following: Mother in Law and best friend, Debbie Hopper for being there in every way for Rhonda. Brenda Meadows for all of the extra love, help, and support during this time. Dr. Jamal Isber for being a shining example of what a loving, personal doctor really should be. All of you are held very close to our hearts.

To honor Rhonda’s wishes, there will be no formal memorial service. She is requesting that the immediate family celebrate her life privately at a later date.

In lieu of flowers, the family suggests donations be made to:

The American Cancer Society at www.cancer.org or St. Jude Children’s Hospital at www.stjude.org
The family has entrusted the care of Rhonda Denise (King) Meadows to Martin Wilson Funeral Home “Where Families Matter Most”