Dr. E Brad Strange, age 71, of Greeneville, passed away at Parkwest Medical Center. \n\nDr. Strange graduated from Two Rivers High School in Donelson, TN, graduated from the University of Tennessee Martin, and attended medical school at The University of Tennessee.\n\nIn his early years, Dr. Strange was an Eagle Scout, lifeguard, and enjoyed fishing and camping with his father. \n\nHe moved to Greeneville with his wife Teresa Hughes Strange in the early 1980's to start his family practice. He would become the Chief of Staff at Laughlin Memorial Hospital and was a member of the American Medical Association, Tennessee Medical Association, and the Greene County Medical Society among other medical associations. Dr. Strange was a teaching physician with East Tennessee State and the University of Tennessee, training many medical students over the years. He retired in 2021. He loved his patients. Many members of this community were delivered or saved at the hands of Dr. Brad Strange. We will never truly know the amount of people who received care from him pro bono. \n\nDr. Strange was always giving back to the Greene County community. He was a member of the Greeneville Kiwanis Club for 35 years where he was an original member of the Kapers Dancers, longtime supporter and donor of the Greene County YMCA board, a founding member of the Heritage Community Bank board. \n\nHe was a passionate fan of University of Tennessee athletics and an avid golfer. He always enjoyed his golf trips with his group "The Posse", where he always had his doctor bag in tow to keep the group performing at the top of their game. \n\nDr. Strange was a member of Brown Springs Baptist Church where he would often lead prayer and loved his church family. \n\nHe is survived by his son and daughter in Law: Stephen & Liberty Strange of Atlanta; Granddaughter: Lillian Strange; Partner: Ann Socha; 1 Brother: Thomas J Strange of Nashville; Special Cousins: Roger & Barbara Elliott and Terry Elliott\n\nHe was the son of the late Ernest Roger and JoElla Strange.\n\nSpecial thanks to his caregivers, Kathy, Linda and Debby.\n\nThe family will receive friends Sunday from 12-3pm at Jeffers Funeral Chapel at Afton. The funeral service will follow visitation at 3:00pm with Rev. Richard Long officiating. Interment will follow in Graceland Memorial Gardens. Jim Bird, Richard Jeffers, Al Giles, Artie Wehenkel, Jack Bullen, Tommy Burns and Kenny Hartman will serve as pallbearers. Honorary Pallbearer Bob Wyndham.\n\nMemorial contributions may be made to the Greene County YMCA or the Greene County Humane Society.