Jack Douglas Fannon, age 84, of Greeneville passed away October 25th, 2021.\nJack is survived by one son and daughter in law, Terry and Denise Fannon of Denver NC; one daughter and son in law, Kathy and Francis (Fran) Moyer of Stone Mountain, Georgia; a grandson, Jackson Fannon; brothers in law and sisters in law, Sam and Marie Gregg, Charles (Pete) and Mardella Gregg, Buford Davis; and Vivian Gregg; several nieces and nephews.\nHe was preceded in death by his wife of forty years, Barbara Gregg Fannon; his parents, Tom and Mildred Fannon; two sisters and brothers in law, Patsy and David (Buck) Townsend, Joyce and Claude Jones; brothers in law and sisters in law, Leona and D.C. Scott; Fred and Louella Neas, Jim Gregg, Jimmy and Helen Johnson and Mary Nelle Davis.\nJack graduated from East Tennessee State University in 1959 with a degree in accounting. From there, he served in the Army as an officer in Fort Benning, Georgia for the next 10 years. He worked at Magnavox (North American Phillips) for 25 years where he was in charge of the account payable department. Later he worked as a night auditor at the General Morgan Inn until he retired at age 70.\nJack was an active member of Trinity United Methodist Church for over 50 years where he served in several roles including the Finance committee, president of his Sunday school class, and head usher. He loved his church family and will be missed by all his friends at Trinity.\nJack had an avid love for sports all his life. His favorite teams were the Detroit Tigers, Atlanta Braves and all the University of Tennessee Volunteers. He was a member of the Greeneville Sports and Recreation board for many years in the 1970’s and 80’s. He coached Little League baseball and Youth League basketball during this time as well. He is still known by his former players as “Coach”.\nAfter retirement, he played basketball regularly at the Greeneville YMCA. He participated in several Senior Olympics where he received several gold, silver and bronze medals for basketball. \nHonorary pall bearers are the Beacon Light Journey Sunday School class of Trinity UMC, the YMCA AOA Basketball Group and his neighbors on Gregory Avenue. \nIn lieu of flowers, please consider donating to the Trinity United Methodist Church Youth ministry and the Greeneville Boys and Girls Club in Jack’s memory. \nThe family would like to thank the staff at Morning Pointe and Amedisys for their loving care of Jack during the past few months. \n\nThe family will receive friends Thursday from 4-7pm at Jeffers Funeral Service Downtown. Funeral services will be Friday at 2:00pm at Trinity United Methodist Church with Rev. Sarah Varnell officiating. Interment will follow in Greenlawn Memory Gardens.