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Obituaries

Madge Quaintance Kent, 90

OLD HICKORY – Graveside funeral services were held Wednesday afternoon, October 28 at the Hermitage Memorial Gardens for Mrs. Kent, 90, of Mt. Juliet. The widow of the late Cordell Kent, Sr., she died Oct. 26, 2009.

Survivors include sons Larry Lee (Linda) Kent and M. C. Kent, Jr.; grandchildren Michelle Delise (Billy) Hicks, Lisa Dawn (Jack) Erdley and Marshall C. Kent III; along with five great-grandchildren.

In addition to her husband, she is preceded in death by sister Edna Kent.

Pallbearers: Larry Kent, M. C. Kent, Jr., Marshall Kent III, Jack Erdley, Billy Hicks and B. J. Hicks.

Hermitage Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.

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Mildred Virginia Ferrell Ingram, 79

LEBANON –A Celebration of Life services will be held 2-5 p.m. Sunday, November 1 at the Sellars Funeral Home for Mrs. Ingram, 79, of Lebanon. Born July 13, 1930, to the late John and Gracy Ferrell, Mrs. Ingram died October 28, 2009.

A longtime assistant to Dr. Ross Averitt and Dr. T.J. Gallaher in Lebanon, she was a member of Cumberland Presbyterian Church.

A memorial is planned for 3 p.m. with fellowship to follow until 5 p.m.

Survivors include children: Jenny (Robert) White of Liberty, Helen Weissinger of Lebanon and Wayne "Buddy" (Lisa) Ingram of Carthage and Lebanon. Also surviving are grandchildren: Robert (Erica) White, Jr. of Oahu, Hawaii; Heather McAvoy of Murfreesboro, Tyler Ingram of Cookeville, Anna Weissinger and Jacob Ingram — both of Lebanon; great-grandchildren Sawyer and Grace Ann McAvoy of Murfreesboro.

Memorial contributions may be directed to the Wilson County Public Library, Lebanon or Alive Hospice, Nashville.

Sellars Funeral Home, 313 W. Baddour Pkwy, Lebanon, is in charge of arrangements.

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Wilson Living

Lebanon Vet Shoots Up With Camera

Lebanon veterinarian Perry Harmon works closely with dogs and cats from 8 to 6 weekdays at his animal practice on West End Heights.

But he moonlights as a shooter, and his weapon of choice is his Nikon D200 camera.

While he has made treating pets with ailments his career choice, through the eye of his lens, he finds people to be most fascinating creatures. Dogs and cats are often his subjects for prints, but it seems people are the focus of many of his best photographs.

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Style & Trends In Wilson County

Well Fabulous Wilson Ladies, I don’t know about you, but I looove the crisp turnover into Fall. How exciting! The feeling of change in the temperature breeds a newness and a sense of excitement for me. One change, of course, will have to be in your wardrobe. I’ll help you with that. It’s time to stow the lighter fabrics and go for warmer fare. Yes, it’s time to shop! I have found some great pieces for nearly every age group that will transition easily into that autumn wardrobe. It’s all about key pieces and personally, I cannot wait to share them with you!

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Thank God I am a Country Boy!

Drive west along Coles Ferry Pike and on the right side of the road about three to four miles from Lebanon, small, neat signs begin to sprout out of the ground.

They read: CORN, OKRA, SQUASH, BEANS and FRESH PRODUCE.

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