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Anonymous donor offers to pay for all 20 Waverly flooding victim funerals

Our NBC affiliate, WSMV, confirmed the anonymous donor's pledge on Thursday.

WAVERLY, Tenn. — Families of the 20 people killed in the catastrophic Humphreys County flooding won't have to pay a dime for funeral services after an anonymous donor pledged to cover the entire cost. 

Our NBC affiliate, WSMV, confirmed the anonymous donor's pledge on Thursday.

In total, 20 people were killed in the flooding, including seven-month-old twins Ryan and Rileigh Rigney, two-year-old Kellen Burrow, 7-year-old Lucy Conner, and 15-year-old Lilly Bryant.

On Friday a community memorial service will be held on Courthouse Square in downtown Waverly at 7 p.m.