Luther Chambers, 89, of Pioneer, passed away November 15, 2017, at The University of Tennessee Medical Center in Knoxville.

Born in Scott County, May 2, 1928, he was preceded in death by his wife, Louise Newport Chambers; son, Shane Chambers; infant granddaughter, grandson, Alex Shane Chambers; and great-grandsons, Josiah and Jonah Cotton; parents, Elmer and Polly Lay Chambers; brothers, J. D. Chambers and Keith Chambers; sisters, Hazel (Harvey) Goad, Jessie Bell (Lloyd) Goad, Faye Burrl, Janice (Jay) Ruffey, and Beatrice Brown;

He was a member of Straight Fork Baptist Church.

He is survived by his children: Kathy (Argil) Burress, Quinn (Pam) Chambers, and Douglas (Sharon) Chambers; grandchildren: Casey McClure, McKeila Cotton, Spencer Chambers, Dea Kimbrell, Lesley and Tommy Fitzgerald, and April Lowe; several great-grandchildren; brother, Dean (Imogene) Chambers; sister-in-law, Serena Chambers; and several nieces, nephews, and many other relatives and friends.

Funeral service was conducted November 18, in the chapel of Four Oaks Funeral Home-Huntsville with Bro. Gene Bond and Bro. Mike Chambers officiating. Music was provided by Jim and Melissa Kidd, and Harriet Bond. Graveside service was conducted November 19, at Lay Cemetery.

Arrangements by Four Oaks Funeral Home-Huntsville.