LEBANON -- Funeral services have been scheduled for 2 p.m. Wednesday, May 20 at the Sellars Funeral Home on the Baddour Parkway for Mr. George, 83, of Lebanon. Known as "Leek" to his friends and family, Mr. George May 18, 2009.
The family will be receiving friends Wednesday from 12 Noon until service. Services will be conducted by Brother Larry Locke. Interment follows in Wilson County Memorial Gardens.
Family and friends will serve as pallbearers. Survivors include grandchildren Tracy (Keith) Beadle of Lebanon, Melissa George, and Tara (Andrew) Miranda; and great-grandchildren Ashley and Isabella Miranda.
He is preceded in death by wife Josie Proctor George, son Jimmy Edwin George, parents Joe Bennett and Ida Ward George, and brother Joe Bennett Jr.
Arrangements by Sellars Funeral Home.
LEBANON -- Funeral services will be held 1 p.m. Wednesday, May 20 at the Second Missionary Baptist Church for Mrs. Clark, 89, of Lebanon. Born October 30, 1920, she died May 15, 2009.
Family visitation Wednesday between the hours of from 12 Noon - 1 p.m. with funeral to follow.
Interment will be at the Rest Hill Cemetery. Services will be conducted by the Rev. C.L. Haynie.
Survivors include: loving and devoted friend Leon Shannon, devoted children Dee Rhodes Jr., Walter Eugene and Teresa Clark; sister Frankie Myers; brother Charlie Esther Robertson; sons-in-law Charlie Roy Campbell and Alfred Abston as well as other relatives and friends.
JC Hellum Funeal Home is in charge of arrangements.
MT. JULIET -- Services for Mr. Fisher, 77, of Lebanon will be held at a later date in his native Ohio. Preceded in death by parents, Charles and Eleanor Fisher, he died May 17, 2009.
Survivors include his wife of 54 years Carol Coen Fisher and son Randall (Sareta) Fisher. Also surviving are grandsons Chad and Jeffrey Fisher; sister Sarah (Ted) Hutchins; as well as numerous nieces and nephews.
Memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society in Mr. Fisher’s memory.
Arrangements by Sellars Funeral Home at Mt. Juliet.
MURFREESBORO -- Funeral services were held Friday afternoon, May 15 at the Woodfin Memorial Chapel in Rutherford County for Rev. King, formerly of Wilson County.
The son of the late William Benton and Dora Ann Johnson King Richardson, the longtime Southern Baptist preacher died May 12, 2009.
After growing up in Trousdale and Wilson Counties, he pastored Smith Fork Baptist in Statesville, Greenvale Baptist in Norene, Silverville Baptist in Williams, Indiana, First Baptist Church in Smithville, Homestead Baptist in Crossville, West View Baptist in Cookeville and was instrumental in the startup of Southeast Baptist in Murfreesboro where he pastured for some 17 years.
From 1977 to 1988 Rev. King served as the Brotherhood Director of the Tennessee Baptist Convention where he played a key role in the organization of the Tennessee Baptist Convention’s Disaster Relief Program.
With a passion for missions, he undertook mission trips to Uganda, Kenya, East Africa, Jamaica, Upper Volta, Venezuela, Egypt and in the United States to Ohio, Oklahoma with the Cherokee Indians, Michigan and Wyoming.
Services were conducted by Rev. Donald Owen with burial at Roselawn Memorial Gardens.
He is survived by his wife of 58 years Mary Catherine Riggs King: children Dennis (Raylene), Claude (Reta), Phil (Kathy), Marsha Flinn (Jeff), Avery (Lynda), and Keith. He is also survived by 12 grandchildren and three great grandchildren.
In addition to his parents, Rev. King was preceded in death by sister Ann Lois King Rouse. His sons and son-in-law served pallbearers. Members of the Tennessee Baptist Disaster Relief Teams served as honorary pallbearers.
In addition to his parents, Rev. King was preceded in death by sister Ann Lois King Rouse.
Woodfin Memorial Chapel was in charge of arrangements.
The 11th Granville Heritage Day Antique Car Show on Saturday, May 23, will honor longtime antique car collector Ken Hawkins of Lebanon.
Hawkins is known for his collection of unique automobiles which has now grown to a total of 18. When Hawkins was graduating from MTSU, he purchased a 1954 Chevrolet truck to help make his move to Lebanon where he had taken a position with Cumberland University. This was the beginning of his collection as he still has the 1954 truck.
By ANNE DONNELL
I’m curious about two things: Southern speech and why it’s pink for girls and blue for boys. The second one doesn’t seem like something you write about, so just skip it if you want to. How about giving me a list of typical Southern expressions? Thanks.
- Inquiring Mind Needs to Know
By ANNE DONNELL
I heard someone say “all of the sudden” not long ago. Isn’t that usually “all of a sudden”? Any others that “miss the mark”? I enjoy noticing how people express themselves with such individuality!
- Phrase, Not Phase
By L.T. JENKINS, District 19
Wilson County Commimssioner
My thanks to The Wilson Post for showing the deplorable conditions at Lebanon High School.
About a year ago, Wilson County Board of Education member Teddy Cook and I toured the LHS on a school holiday. We failed to see any cockroaches, but then again we didn’t open any manholes, either, or any sewage traps.
By CONNIE ESH
The Wilson Post
Lebanon City Council is worried about money and the lack of progress on the 2009-2010 budget.
In the regular called meeting presided over by Mayor Pro-tem Kevin Huddleston on Tuesday in the absence of Mayor Philip Craighead, Ward 3 Councilor William Farmer asked for assurance from Commissioner of Finance Russell Lee that council would not be seeing the same things in the proposed budget members saw last week.
Monday, May 25, is Memorial Day in Wilson County and across America.
“This is a day for remembering those who have sacrificed their lives for our liberty,” said Lt. Col. Jim D. Henderson (USAF ret.), coordinator of the local event at the Wilson County Courthouse.
He noted, “We celebrate this day to remember our ancestors, family members, loved ones, neighbors and friends who have paid the price for these blessings of freedom we enjoy.”
By CONNIE ESH
The Wilson Post
Although Wilson County commissioners have been saying now is not the time to build a new Lebanon High School because the economy is bad, surrounding counties don’t seem to agree.
And County Mayor Robert Dedman said he thinks the school board should go ahead and bid the project out.
“I think we can get it funded,” he said in an interview Tuesday. “They ought to rebid it so we can see what it’s going to cost. There’s no question we do need a new school.”
Business, governmental and community leaders will gather in Nashville on Wednesday, May 27 for the annual “Convening the Region” Summit focusing on regional transportation system development in the 10-county Middle Tennessee area.
Cumberland Region Tomorrow, in partnership with Nashville Mayor Karl Dean, the Nashville Area Metropolitan Planning Organization and the Tennessee Department of Transportation, will co-host the event as leaders work to gain collaboration and consensus on the development, funding and operations of a Regional Transit System.
“Ask any citizen in the Middle Tennessee area what our top challenges are and I can assure you that traffic, congestion and gridlock will be right at the top of their list,” said Pat Emery, co-chair of CRT. “But this issue is about more than inconvenience; it’s a matter of economic competitiveness, quality growth and development and working to maintain our quality of life here in Middle Tennessee. The only way we’re going to solve it is by working together – all 10 counties – in a collaborative manner to turn these challenges into opportunities.”
Brittany K. GrishamA Wilson County woman is charged with TennCare fraud for allegedly attempting to use the program to pay for a fraudulent prescription.
The Office of Inspector General on Tuesday announced the arrest of Brittany K. Grisham, 26, of Lebanon, who is accused of one count of TennCare fraud.
An indictment accuses Grisham of acting under the authority of a doctor and calling in a prescription to a pharmacy in Lebanon to obtain the addictive painkiller Hydrocodone, and attempting to have TennCare pay for the fraudulent prescription.
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