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Maxine Eller Beckwith

GLADEVILLE – Funeral service were conducted Thursday afternoon, August 27 at the Gladeville United Methodist Church for Mrs. Beckwith. A former resident of the Gladeville Community, she passed away Aug. 24, 2009 at NHC Nursing Home in Smithville.

Mrs. Beckwith was a member of the Gladeville United Methodist Church, a lifetime member of Tennessee Art League, a lifetime member of Metro Davidson County Parent Teachers Association, a member of Wilson County Home Demonstration Club and a member of the Golden Circle at Gladeville Methodist Church.

Services were conducted by Rev. Charles Walker and Rev. Royce Martin. Interment was in DeKalb Memorial Gardens, Smithville.

Survivors include: daughter Peggy (Ronald) Huffstetler; son Ted (Beverly) Beckwith, Jr. ; siblings Robert L. Eller and Barbara Jean Lawson, four grandchildren and six great grandchildren.

She was preceded in death by parents Bob and Gracie Eller and loving husband Ted Beckwith, Sr.

The family requests that memorials be made to the Gladeville United Methodist Church Building fund: 8770 Stewarts Ferry Pike, Gladeville 37071.

Family Heritage Funeral Home in Gallatin was in charge of arrangements.

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Odell F. Jackson, 79

LEBANON – Funeral services have been scheduled for 1 p.m. Friday, August 28 at the Partlow Funeral Chapel for Mr. Jackson, 79, of Lebanon. The son of the late Robert Mason & Estelle Gass Jackson, he died Wednesday August 26, 2009 at the University Medical Center.

Mr. Jackson was a member of Adams Avenue Church of Christ where he served as an elder. A former employee of Wilson County Motors and Toshiba America, Mr. Jackson had served as a preacher for the congregations of Alexandria and Beckwith Churches of Christ.

Visitation Friday from 11 a.m. until funeral services at the Partlow Funeral Chapel.

Services will be conducted by Bro. Bob Knox, Bro. William Hayes, Bro. Jim Byrd and Bro. Garland Wilson. Interment will follow at Wilson County Memorial Gardens.

Survivors include: his wife of 54 years Willie Jane Sampson Jackson; daughter Jana Dell Jackson; sister Carolyn (Thurman) Manners; brother Shelah(Bess) Thompson; along with numerous nieces and nephews.

In addition to his parents, Mr. Jackson is preceded in death by daughter Eugenia Lynn Jackson.

Active pallbearers will include: David Collier, Daryl Brown, Clark Sampson, Daniel Sampson, Randy Sampson, Kyle Wright, Terry Pritchett and Seth Pritchett. Honorary pallbearers: the men of Adams Avenue Church of Christ.

Partlow Funeral Chapel is in charge of arrangements.

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William Lewis Mosier, Jr., 58

MT. JULIET – Funeral services were conducted Thursday morning, August 27 at Bond Memorial Chapel for Mr. Mosier, 58, of Hermitage. Known as "Pat" to his family and friends, he died Monday, Aug. 24, 2009.

Services were conducted by Dr. Paul Casner. Interment followed at Mt. Olivet Cemetery.

Survivors include: sons Eric (Chelli) Mosier and Adam Mosier — both of Hermitage; mother Ruby Griffith Mosier and sister Mitzi (Tim) Osborne – all of Donelson. Also surviving is grandchild Destiny Mosier, nephews Paul and Neal Osborne along with cousins Paulette Hansen and Sidney Spencer Osborne.

Family and friends served as pallbearers.  He was preceded in death by his father, William Lewis Mosier, Sr.

The family would like to acknowledge Pat’s legacy as one of the one million survivors of Polio in America. Many survivors experience Post Polio Syndrome and the medical complications associated with Polio years later.

Donate to the research in Pat’s memory at www.post-polio.org or Post-Polio Health International, 4207 Lindell Blvd., #110, St. Louis, MO 63108-2930.

Bond Memorial Chapel was in charge of arrangements.

 

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