LEBANON – Funeral services were held Wednesday morning, December 10 at the Sellars Funeral Home on the Baddour Parkway for Mr. Bill Pendley Burch, 90, of Lebanon.
Coach "Bill" Burch was born on Jan 12, 1918 in East St Louis, Ill and died Sunday, Dec. 7, 2008 at home with family in Lebanon following an extended illness.
A distinguished basketball coach and college administrator at Birmingham-Southern College, he also served as Director of Development and tennis coach at Lebanon’s Cumberland Junior College during the 1970s. After leaving Cumberland, Coach Burch worked for Cracker Barrel Restaurant Corp until he retired in 1996.
By CONNIE ESH
The Wilson Post
Officials with the state Comptroller’s Office are once again looking at the Gladeville Utility District and checking into possibly misappropriated funds.
The investigation is being done at the request of GUD officials, said Danny Bledsoe, director.
“Each year, the water district has an auditor come and look at the books. Last year some items didn’t seem right. The auditor wasn’t satisfied, so we asked the state comptroller’s office to come take a look at it,” he said.
The audit is continuing, but a source told The Wilson Post that the Comptroller’s Office is looking at more than $300,000 that may have been paid inappropriately to a former employee.
Mt. Juliet Police Department is investigating a violent attack that took place during the early morning hours on Monday, Nov. 24.
At approximately 2:20 a.m., the female victim told authorities she was sitting alone in her vehicle at the Mt. Juliet League Baseball Park on Lebanon Road when she was approached by the suspect. The suspect asked her for money and proceeded to strike her about the face and body. The suspect then fled on foot into the area.
The victim was transported to Summit Hospital where she was treated and released for her injuries.
The suspect is described as a black male, 6 feet or taller with brown hair, brown eyes and a thin mustache.
MJPD is asking for the public’s help in identifying the suspect or for information from anyone having other information on this crime. Persons with information are asked to call Det. David Stolinsky at 773-6214 or the Mt. Juliet Police Dispatch Center at 754-2550.
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