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Showing 5 articles from May 20, 2008.


Anita Allen Cunningham, 88

MT. JULIET -- Funeral services were conducted Tuesday morning, May 20 at Bond Memorial Chapel for Mrs. Cunningham, 88, of Lebanon.

The daughter of the late Addison and Nellie Castleman Allen, Mrs. Cunningham passed away May 17, 2008.

A retiree of South Central Bell, Mrs. Cunningham was a member of LaGuardo Baptist Church where she taught Sunday School and was active in WMU.

Evelyn Woody Price Larson, 73

MT. JULIET — Funeral services were conducted Saturday evening, May 17 at Bond Memorial Chapel for Mrs. Larson, 73, of Old Hickory.

The daughter of the late John and Susan Randolph Woody, Mrs. Larson died May 15, 2008.

A member of Tulip Grove Baptist Church, Mrs. Larson was preceded in death by her husband of 25 years John R. Price.

Local services were conducted by Brother Ken Clayton.

John Allen Earheart, Sr., 60

MT. JULIET -- Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon, May 20 at the Sellars Funeral Home at Mt. Juliet for Mr. Earheart, 60, of Mt. Juliet.

The son of the late Alvin and Johnnie Earheart, he died May 17, 2008.

A veteran of the U.S. Army, Mr. Earheart was a loving person who enjoyed racing cars and working on his farm.

Services were conducted by Pastor Mark Rager with interment at Jackson-Thompson Cemetery in Mt. Juliet.


General Sports

Putman Memorial set June 16


The third annual Sean Putman Memorial Golf Tournament has been scheduled for Monday, June 16 at Lebanon’s Five Oaks Golf & Country Club.

The tournament, affectionately referred to as "Tee It Up For Sean," has turned into one of the more successful golfing events of the year in Wilson County with proceeds benefiting an endowed scholarship fund at Lebanon’s Cumberland University assisting Wilson County high school graduates.

The Sean Putman Memorial Scholarship Fund was formed in 2005 in memory of Sean who passed away at age 8 after a series of battles with cancer. Sean’s mother, Beth Putman, serves as a member of the committee responsible for organizing the event.

Reeder signs with Maryville

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