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Amanda Ann Coffee Casto, 31
LEBANON -- Funeral services have been scheduled for 2 p.m. Saturday, May 28 at the Partlow Funeral Chapel for Mrs. Castro, 31, of Lebanon.
A member of the Baptist faith and an employee of Auto Zone in Mt. Juliet, she died Monday May 23, 2011.
Visitation will be held Saturday from 12 Noon until the funeral.
Interment will follow the service at the Cedar Grove Cemetery.
Survivors include: husband, Xavier Castro; son Ian Alexander Castro; parents Michael and Angela Coffee; brother Daniel Coffee; grandparents Paul and Shirley Sircy; cousins Josh and Shaun Bozart.
She is preceded in death by her grandfather Charlie Coffee.
Family and friends will serve as pallbearers.
Arrangements by Partlow Funeral Chapel, Lebanon.
Donald Wayne Ferrell, 59
WATERTOWN – Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon, May 24 at Hunter Funeral Home for Mr. Ferrell, 59, of Watertown.
A veteran of the US Army, he died Sunday, May 22, 2011 at his residence.
He was a retail supervisor, a 1970 graduate of Watertown High School Class of 1970 and was a Past Master of Comer Lodge No. 417 F&AM.
Services were conducted by Rev. Kenneth Trammel.
Interment with military honors was in Wilson County Memorial Park.
Survivors include: children Wayne (Shawnn) Ferrell of Unionville, Chris (Ashley) Ferrell of Lebanon and Jennifer (Houston) Hunt of Murfreesboro; grandchildren Avery and Easton Ferrell and Lilly Ferrell; wife of 29 years Gina Ferrell; siblings Bill Ferrell of Hartsville, Dot (Shirley) Judkins of Lebanon, Jim (Sandy) Ferrell of Pulaski, Cynthia (Howard) Vaughn of Cookeville, Jerry Ferrell of Watertown, Roger (Marsha) Ferrell of Lebanon, Debbie Bonner of Carthage and Pat Ferrell of Carthage; nieces and nephews.
He was preceded in death by his parents, Fred and Dovie Beatrice Ferrell; sister Jean Jones; and sister-in-law Betty Ferrell.
Active pallbearers: Billy Nixon, Billy Batey, Roger Ferrell, Bill Ferrell, Jim Ferrell and Dayton Jamison.
Hunter Funeral Home, Watertown, was in charge of arrangements.
Harry Joseph Manners Jr., 73
MT. JULIET -- Funeral services will be conducted 11 a.m. Friday, May 27 at Bond Memorial Chapel for Mr. Manners, 73, of Mt. Juliet.
Retired from I.E. DuPont in 2000 after 35 years of service as an electrician, he died Wednesday, May 25, 2011.
Mr. Manners was a 1957 graduate of Hume-Fogg High School and served in the US Naval Reserve for eight years. He was a member of Lebanon's First United Methodist Church and Buena Vista-East Nashville Lodge No. 560 F&AM.
He was an exceptional husband, father and grandfather.
Services will be conducted by Rev. David Hesson. Interment will follow at Woodlawn Memorial Park.
Survivors include: his loving wife of 44 years Barbara Adams Manners and children Brad (Judy) Norris, Kevin Norris and Elizabeth (Travis) Chadwick.
Also surviving are siblings Donald Manners and Brenda Robinson as well as eight grandchildren.
He is preceded in death by the late H.J. Manners, Sr. and Ann Anderson Manners.
The family wishes to extend their appreciation to Dr. Eric Raefsky for his care of Joe and requests that memorials be made to Alive Hospice, 1718 Patterson Street, Nashville, 37203.
Arrangements by Bond Memorial Chapel, Mt. Juliet.
Hollie Deanna Windrow, 31
LEBANON -- Funeral services are scheduled for at 10 a.m. Saturday, May 28 at the Faith Lutheran Church for Ms. Windrow, 31, of Lebanon.
A member of Faith Lutheran Church, she died Tuesday, May 24, 2011 at Lebanon's University Medical Center.
She was a 1998 graduate of Lebanon High School and attended M.T.S.U. where she was a member of the band. She was employed for six years with Charter Communications.
Visitation will be held Friday 4-8 p.m. and Saturday at 9 a.m. funeral services at the Faith Lutheran Church.
Pastor Matt Steinhauer will officiate the services with interment to follow at the Cedar Grove Cemetery.
Survivors include: mother Ann Barrett Windrow of Lebanon; father Gaye Dean Windrow of Florida; sister Heather Leigh Windrow Nichols of Lebanon; nephew Kolby Baxter Wade Nichols of Lebanon; uncles Lillard “Sonny” (Delilah) Barrett of Lebanon and Robert (Susan) Windrow of Murfreesboro; cousins Karen (Brian) Trammell and Susan (David) Penuel -- both of Lebanon; special friends Meredith Osterbuhr, Rachel Mitchell, Denise Fields, Beth Goins, Sarah and Charlie White and Cindy Peters.
Ms. Windrow is preceded in death by her paternal grandparents, her maternal grandparents, Lillard Barrett Sr. and Frances Seat Barrett as well as great grandfather Waldo Seat.
Active pallbearers, Brian Trammell, David Penuel, Allen Rose, Robert Caruthers, David Taylor and Oscar Calles. Honorary: staff and employees of Charter Communications.
The family request contributions and donations be made in Hollie’s memory to Hope Lodge, 2008 Charlotte Ave, Nashville, 37203 or to the Faith Lutheran Church 1655 West Main St., Lebanon 37087.
Arrangements by Partlow Funeral Chapel, Lebanon.

General Sports

Jim McDowell takes LHS boy's basketball job

By TOMMY BRYAN, sports editor
Jim McDowell added a heaping helping of responsibility to his plate earlier this week when he accepted the position as head boy’s basketball coach at Lebanon High. McDowell, a 2000 graduate of LHS where he played hoops for former coach Randall Hutto, takes over for Doug Keil who was fired just over a week ago after going 121-122 in eight years on the job.

He comes to Lebanon with seven years experience as an assistant basketball coach -- including a 2010-2011 campaign as the 9th grade coach at Wilson Central where he led the Wildcat frosh to a 16-0 record.

“It is my feeling that Jim will represent our school well and do a great job with our basketball program with his enthusiasm and knowledge of the game,” Principal Myra  Sloan said Thursday morning in a prepared statement. “Not only is Jim a solid coach but he is a quality teacher as well and that is a very important aspect in the total picture for the school. We welcome Jim back to his Alma Mater.”

Tribble celebrates 76th birthday at new LHS field

By TOMMY BRYAN, sports editor
The greatest Blue Devil of 'em all celebrated his 76th birthday Wednesday afternoon in style -- at the new Lebanon High football field that will bear his name.

As was reported in the May 4 edition of The Wilson Post, the Wilson County Board of Education voted without opposition to name the gridiron at the under-construction Lebanon High "Clifton Tribble Field".

Family and a few friends gathered Wednesday on site for a combination birthday celebration / field dedication. Sporting a Lebanon High jersey No. 76 -- the number he wore to glory for the Blue & White -- Tribble was presented a football and a hat by new LHS coach Troy Crane.

Tribble, a 1954 graduate of Lebanon High, was named First Team All-State in 1953 and was a three-time All Mid-State selection.

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