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Norma Gail Dolphin, 73
LEBANON -- A memorial service will be held 6 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 16 at the Partlow Funeral Chapel for Mrs. Dolphin, 73, of Lebanon.
A member of Mt. Olivet Baptist Church and a homemaker, she died at her residence Sunday, Dec. 12, 2010.
Visitation will be held Thursday between the hours of 4-6 p.m. in the Partlow Funeral Chapel.
Brother Gary McCaleb will officiate the services.
Survivors include: children William ”Bill” Thomas Glenn and Jenniffer (Mike) Cox of Lebanon; brother Jon Kindred Hall of Monterey; grandchildren Tricia Aucoin, Michael Williams, Natasha Bates, Daniel Cox and Matthew Cox; as well as six great grandchildren.
She is preceded in death by her parents W.J. & Thelma Kindred Hall; daughter Elizabeth Williams; husband Julio Dolphin.
In lieu of flowers contributions may be made in her memory to the American Cancer Society.
Arrangements by Partlow Funeral Chapel, Lebanon.
Kerry Thompson, 52
LEBANON -- Funeral services have been scheduled for 11 a.m. Friday, Dec. 17 at the Partlow Funeral Chapel for Mr. Thompson, 52, of Lebanon.
A member of Fairview Church and employed with Thompson Bookkeeping & Tax Service, he died Monday Dec. 13, 2010 at Nashville's St. Thomas Hospital.
Visitation Thursday between the hours of 4-8 p.m. and Friday from 9 a.m. until the funeral.
Services will be conducted by Pastor Michael Christian. Interment follows at Wilson County Memorial Gardens.
Survivors include: wife Lisa Massey Thompson; parents Joe and Elizabeth Hamilton Thompson and sons Chris Thompson and Cory Thompson -- all of Lebanon; brother Steve Thompson of Germantown, sister Julie (Mike) Lankford; nephews Zack and Blake Lankford; sister/cousin Lynn Hamilton; aunt Jane (Robert) Bull; uncles Claude (Mary Hube) Thompson and Johnny (Sandra) Hamilton; great aunt Nell Bond; numerous cousins and friends;  stepchildren Jeremy (Jill) Doak, Zack Doak, Lindsey Doak White and Lacey Doak; step-grandchildren Makiya White, Brother White and Cade Doak.
He is preceded in death by paternal grandparents D.T. & Mable Drennon Thompson, maternal grandparents Gourley & Chloe Walker Hamilton as well as aunt Sylvia Jean Baker.
Active pallbearers: Jim Story, Luther Kelley, Junior Johnstone, Tommy Spivey, Mike Lankford, Donnell Thompson, Bobby Thompson and Tommy Thompson. Honorary:  Zack and Blake Lankford, Brother White, Johnny Hamilton, Jeff Sanders, Jeremy and Zack Doak, Terry Bates, and members of his band.
In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made in Mr. Thompson’s memory to the Fairview Church.
Arrangements by Partlow Funeral Chapel, Lebanon.
Cops nab seven in school, church break-ins

Authorities arrested five adults and two juveniles in connection with a series of break-ins and thefts that have occurred recently at area schools, churches and residences.

Lebanon Police Chief Scott Bowen said authorities received a call early Sunday morning about 2:15 regarding what he described as a “suspicious” car on Leeville Pike with three people inside. Officer David McKinley stopped the vehicle and with the assistance of Det. Ricky Knight of the Wilson County Sheriff’s Department reportedly recovered some property believed to have been taken during recent break-ins at two local churches.

LHS sweeps Franklin

Lebanon's Devilettes picked up a pair of basketball wins over the weekend -- downing Franklin 51-33 at Campbell Brandon Gym Saturday and drilling Hendersonville 61-40 on the road Friday.

On Saturday, Dec. 11, LHS outscored their guests 13-4 in the third period to break open five-point game at intermission. Senior Marissa Jennings led the way with 23 points while Julia Fox chopped in with 12. Victoria Dye had seven and Malika Anderson three.

On Friday, Fox drilled six 3-pointers for 18 points and Jennings added 17. Dye had eight points, including a pair of 3-pointers.

Coach Larry Inman's team improved to 7-2 overall with the victories and stands 1-1 in District 9AAA. The Devilettes are idle until Dec. 28 when the squad ventures hits the road to play at Anderson County High in a girls-only contest.

The Blue Devils split their weekend contests, defeating Franklin 86-82 on Saturday, some 24 hours after losing 64-50 at Hendersonville on Friday. Junior post man Cameron High was nearly unstoppable Saturday, scoring 34 points and pulling in 11 rebounds.

Soph Brandon Fox and senior Hunter Christian alternated dropping in long 3-pointers as Fox finished with 15 and Christian added 13 with 11 assists. On Friday, High had yet another double-double with 29 points and 11 rebounds, but no other Blue Devils reached double figures.

Standing 2-6 overall and 0-2 in 9AAA, Lebanon returns to action Monday, Dec. 20 as the Blue Devils travel to Clarksville to play in the Northwest Classic.

Billy Wayne Carter Sr., 67
MT. JULIET -- Funeral services were held Thursday afternoon, Dec. 9, at Bond Memorial Chapel for Mr. Carter, 67, of Mt. Juliet.
He died Tuesday, Dec. 7, 2010.
Services were conducted by Brother David Fallon.
Survivors include: wife Allison Murphy Carter; sons Billy Wayne (Donna) Carter Jr. and Jason Carter; daughter Michelle (Wade) Brunson; brother Jeff (Sally) Carter; sister Betty Jo (Jewell) Black; and grandchildren Christin (Justin) Ownby, Jesse Carter, Jerry Carter, Carter Brunson and Shelby Caitlin Brunson.
He is preceded in death by his parents, Harvey Gilbert Jefferson Carter and Clara Elizabeth Stultz Cater and brothers Jerry Carter and Tommy Carter.
Memorials may be made to: Alive Hospice, 1718 Patterson St., Nashville, 37203, or American Cancer Society, 14270 Lebanon Rd., Old Hickory, 37138.
Mt. Juliet's Bond Memorial Chapel was in charge of arrangements.
Lee Allen, 72
LEBANON -- Funeral services were held Thursday afternoon, Dec. 9, at Partlow Funeral Chapel for Mr. Allen, 72, of Lebanon.
A US Air Force veteran, he died on Tuesday, Dec. 7, 2010. A member of the Fairview Community Church, he was a retired airline pilot for U.S. Air.
Services were conducted by Myron Lasater.
Survivors include: his wife Gail Allen of Lebanon; daughters Teresa Ann (Stan) Wright of Murfreesboro; Beverly Sue White of Smyrna and Jordan Ashley (Ken) Nelson of Lebanon; nine grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.
Mr. Allen was preceded in death by his parents, Hal and Sue Carter and his sister, Barbara Williamson.
Memorial donations may be made to the American Heart Association or to the American Cancer Society.
Arrangements by Partlow Funeral Chapel, Lebanon.
Katie Leona Freeman, 87
LEBANON -- Funeral services have been scheduled for 12 Noon Friday, Dec. 10 at the JC Hellum Funeral Home on Stokes Street for Ms. Freeman, 87, of Lebanon.
Born Jan. 18, 1923, she died Dec. 6, 2010 at Summit Medical Center.
Family visitation will be held Friday from 11 a.m. until the funeral.
Services will be conducted by Rev. Sherman Tibbs. Interment follows at Hermitage Memorial Gardens.
Survivors include: Sons Billy O., and Johnny (Montrea) Freeman; daughters Clara (Charlie) Hill, Annie E., and Ethel Freeman; God children Evon Whitley Garrett, Sherry Melvin; sister Minnie Parker; cousins Grace Carver, William Bender; as well as a host of grandchildren, great and great great grandchildren.
Arrangements by JC Hellum Funeral Home, Lebanon.
Leatrice Ark, 64
PEAGRAM – Mrs. Ark, 64, passed away Dec. 7, 2010.
Graveside services will be held 10 a.m. Friday, Dec. 10 at Middle Tennessee State Veterans Cemetery.
Family and friends will serve as pallbearers.
Survivors include: children Darlene (Donald) McGuire, Brenda (Wayne) White, Johnny Hix, and Beronica Ray; siblings Bobbie Sue (David) Dickens, Bud Brummett, Donnie (Vicky) Hubbert, L.C. Rush, Treva Butcher, Carlene (Jerry Sr.) Cherry, and Mary (Barry) Hardy; grandchildren Douglas and Megan Collins, Jeff, Justin, Jessica, Matthew, Rachel, and Jacob Hix; and great-grandchild: Jayden Collins; and numerous nieces and nephews.
She is preceded in death by husband Thomas Ark, parents Charlie and Ruby Stubblefield Brummett, and numerous siblings.
Arrangements by Sellars Funeral Home, Lebanon.
Infant Davion Dupree Seay
LEBANON -- Infant Davion Seay was born Dec. 5, 2010 and passed away Dec. 6, 2010.
Funeral services will be 3 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 11 at Sellars Funeral Home in Lebanon.
Visitation will be from 2 p.m. until service on Saturday.
Survivors include father Johnathan Lee Seay and mother Jada Whitney Jarvis -- both of Lebanon; grandparents Jaytee and Virgleen Seay, Earl and Tammy Edwards -- all of Lebanon and Lowell Jarvis of Milton WV; aunt and uncles Jeremy Jarvis of Huntington WV, Michael and Felicia Drake, Ronald Drake, and Melissa Alexander -- all of Lebanon, Amber Jarvis of Smyrna; great-aunt: Martha Seay of Lebanon; and numerous cousins.
He will be truly missed and never forgotten.
Arrangements by Sellars Funeral Home, Lebanon.
Christina Holly Bradshaw, 24
MT. JULIET -- A memorial and tribute service will be held 1 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 18 at Church Alive, 101 Curd Road, for Ms. Bradshaw, 24, of Williamsport, Maryland.
Daughter of Mt. Juliet City Commissioner Jim Bradshaw, she passed away Thanksgiving Day,
Thursday, Nov. 25, 2010 at her home.
She graduated from Washington County Technical High School in 2004 studying cosmetology and was employed with County Flair Beauty Salon in Hagerstown. Ms. Bradshaw loved reading books and showing her artistic abilities. Her charm and personality made her one of a kind.
Born June 2, 1986, in Nashville, she was preceded in death by her mother, Kathryn Lynn Kline.
Services will be conducted by Scott Armstrong.
Survivors include: her father Jim Bradshaw, her finance' Nicholas Ceffalia of Williamsport, MD., brothers Christopher and David Kline, sister Carolyn Kline and numerous aunts, uncles and cousins.
Herman Edward Hamlett, 80
Longtime educator and veteran Herman Edward Hamlett will be laid to rest following services planned 11 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 11 at Lebanon's Hillcrest Baptist Church.
Mr. Hamlett, 80, died Wednesday, Dec. 8, 2010.
He served in the US Air Force from 1950-1954 and he served as principal and teacher for 29 years at various Wilson County School, including: Oakland, Major, West Elementary, Southside and Tuckers Crossroads.
The 1949 graduate of Smith County High School served as a junior pro basketball coach in West Wilson County for 10 years and was a member of Hillcrest Baptist Church, Gideons International and American Legion.
Visitation will be 2-8 p.m. Friday at Sellars Funeral Home in Lebanon.
Services will be conducted by Brother Glenn Denton. Interment will follow in Wilson County Memorial Gardens.
Survivors include: his wife of 42 years Jane Eastes Hamlett; brother Bobby Kenneth Hamlett of Ocean City, Md.; nieces Laura McBride of Winder, Ga., Amy Stapler of Dawsonville, Ga. and Sherri Ovbey of Ila, Ga.; and nephews Randy Hamlett of Ocean City, Bruce Hamlett and Danny Hamlett of Berlin, Md. and Todd Hamlett of Towson, Md.
He was preceded in death by parents Herman Carlos and Cletis Stout Hamlett; sister Kay Gann; and niece Barbara Horn.
Pallbearers will be family and friends.
Honorary pallbearers will be Smith County High Class of 1949 and former teachers, staff and students of Oakland, Major, West, Tuckers Crossroads and Southside Schools, Hardee's Buddies (Gus Bates, Charles Adams and James Neely) and the Golden Agers Bowling League.
In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to Hillcrest Baptist Church or Gideons International.
Lebanon's Sellars Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.
Few home schoolers qualify to try out for local teams

By TOMMY BRYAN, sports editor
Don’t look for a wave of home school students to be making their way to sports teams offered by Wilson County’s six TSSAA member high schools anytime soon.

Following nearly 15 years of study the TSSAA Legislative Council adopted a measure on Wednesday that would allow home school students to try out for traditional school athletic teams — if those students met certain guidelines.

These include registering with a local director of schools or private-school headmaster. Those involved with church-related home-school programs won’t be eligible under these guidelines because they aren’t required to register, making it nearly impossible to monitor their academic progress.

Tis the cold season


It’s inevitable that as cold and flu season makes its way through town, my kids will catch the sniffles. So when my mother heard my youngest cough and wheeze over the Thanksgiving holidays, it was also inevitable that she would break out the Vicks.

My mother is a firm believer that any ailment can be cured with a thick layer of Vicks!
And because - we all become our mothers - I am now an expert in slathering on this gooey, gummy, menthol mess. Screaming and struggling to get away from me in the hopes of avoiding a rubdown, will do you no good - as I truly believe that one day scientist will affirm that Vicks cures everything from colds to cancer.

Cowgirl wannabe Kelly grew up in NY

Dear Ken: What can you tell me about Megyn Kelly of Fox News? Is she married?
Megyn Marie Kelly, 40, grew up in Delmar, N.Y., where she dreamed of becoming a cowgirl as a child. Her nicknames included Magnetta (given to her by her mom) and Tigger Montague (her shopping alter ego). She played field hockey and basketball and was a cheerleader at Bethlehem Central High School. The newswoman earned a political science degree at Syracuse University and a law degree at Albany Law School before working as a corporate litigator. Kelly has been with the Fox News Channel for six years, where she anchors “America Live” from noon- 2 p.m., and has been married for two years to Douglas Brunt. They have a 1-year-old son, Edward Yates Brunt.

Irish football stars lead MJ Parade

Former Notre Dame football players Daniel “Rudy” Ruettiger and Ross Browner will serve as grand marshals of the Mt. Juliet Christmas Parade at 11 a.m. Saturday. The parade begins at West Wilson Middle School and will travel north on Mt. Juliet Road and turn right on Division Street. The parade floats will dismantle at S&S Industries on Clemens Road. Ruettiger and Browner will sign autographs under tents at the old Mt. Juliet Elementary property after the parade. For more info on Rudy Ruettiger, go online to (KB)

Special to The Wilson Post
He stood 5-foot-6 and weighed 165 pounds. With less than half a minute to go in the final game of his senior year at Notre Dame University, the player wearing jersey No. 45 ran onto the gridiron.

A member of the practice squad, it was the first and only game in which the athlete, known best by his nickname of Rudy, was allowed to suit up.

In the final moments of that game on Nov. 8, 1975, the small defensive end sacked the Georgia Tech quarterback. Seconds later, Daniel “Rudy” Ruettinger became the first and only player to be carried off the Notre Dame gridiron on the shoulders of his teammates.

The little athlete who wouldn’t quit saw his story go to the silver screen in 1993 when Angelo Pizzo and David Anspauch, the writers and producers of the classic basketball film “Hoosiers,” released the movie “Rudy,” with Sean Astin standing in his football shoes.

A way to say "thanks"

Bonus plans dies on Council floor

The City of Lebanon, as many of us, has struggled during a difficult economic environment. The City has slashed budgets, cut services and been creative in a number of ways in order to make ends meet.

Credit for stabilizing the City’s budget woes should be handed to the mayor and members of the city council. Over the past two years they have made some tough decisions.

They’ve squabbled and fought and churned and in the end made critical decisions for which we may not all agree but decisions that we all understand have been necessary because of an ailing economy.

Council turns thumbs down on employees bonus

By PATRICK HALL, The Wilson Post 
Mayor Philip Craighead’s ordinance issuing Christmas bonuses to city employees died during Tuesday night’s Lebanon City Council meeting as some councilors expressed concerns about giving money at a time when money is tight.

The ordinance was set to give all full-time city employees a bonus based on the years they have been employed with the city. The total cost of the bonuses would amount to $49,600, taken from the city’s general fund, but mostly from local sales tax revenue.

Dreams pinned on corner of Public Square

Special to The Wilson Post
An architectural marvel, the Lebanon Arcade may be getting a makeover in the near future if the dreams of two local businessmen come to fruition.

Mike Manous of Manous Design and Hal Bone, president and owner of Horizon Construction & Development, are imagining the possibilities for the 101-year-old structure in the southeast corner of the Square. A few weeks ago, the pair purchased the property from Jimmy and Phyllis McCullough.

“When we lost a dear friend in the MacFadden Auditorium (that building on the former Castle Heights Military Academy campus was demolished in mid-2010), I was not going to let this opportunity slip by when it came up,” said architect Manous, who restored the main building on the ex-Heights campus into Lebanon City Hall, as well as the D.E. Mitchell House.

Abandoned cat had rabies

By PATRICK HALL, The Wilson Post
A kitten found outside Monica Duran’s and Kayla Holt’s Lebanon home, which they brought in from the cold, turned out to be the third rabies case reported in Wilson County this year and the first of Dr. Perry Harmon’s 24 years as a veterinarian.

“It was kind of unusual because it wasn’t what you usually see in rabies cases,” Harmon said.

The kitten was found by Duran and Holt in November outside their window and after a few weeks of keeping it in their home, noticed that its back leg appeared dislocated or broken.

CU accreditation reaffirmed

LEBANON -- Cumberland University’s accreditation was reaffirmed Tuesday by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS) during its annual meeting in Louisville, Ky.

Accreditation for an institution of higher learning indicates a mission appropriate to higher education and a sufficient infrastructure of academic, operational, financial, governance systems, and policies.

While Cumberland retains its accreditation, other universities in Middle and West Tennessee are in danger of losing theirs.

Wilson Central sweeps HHS


Wilson Central's basketball squads opened District 9AAA play Tuesday night with an impressive sweep over visiting Hendersonville High.

The Lady Wildcats buzzed HHS 61-28 in the opener, running their record to 6-0 on the season. Bud Brandon's team opened up a commanding 12-0 lead and never looked back as Sydney Vandlandingham led all scorers with 18 points while Iesha Hassell added 12.

The nightcap found Wilson Central's boys holding on for a 45-36 win over the Commandos -- improving to 4-1 overall. Malcolm St. Louis finished with 14 points and Dee Oldham had 13.

Central will host District 9AAA rival Beech High Friday, Dec. 10.

Beech sweeps Lebanon
SHACKLE ISLAND -- Lebanon High's basketball teams had a rough opening night in District 9AAA play Tuesday with a pair of losses at Beech High.

The Devilettes dropped a 60-59 overtime loss to the Lady Bucs, despite a 27-point effort by soph guard Julia Fox. LHS trailed 18-4 in the early going, but scrapped back to tie the game at 49-all at the end of regulation play. Marissa Jennings added 20 points for Lebanon while K.D. Williams had seven.

The Blue Devils slid to 1-5 on the season with a 58-40 loss to the Bucs in Tuesday's second game. Kyrus Hoffinger lead Lebanon with 14 points, including three 3-pointers. Cameron High had 12 and Zimmer Hunn six.

Lebanon will play at Hendersonville High Friday at 6:30 p.m.

Mt. Juliet splits with Station Camp
The Golden Bears suffered their first loss of the season Tuesday night -- a 47-45 home loss to Station Camp. Coach Troy Allen's squad dropped to 6-1 as Travis Bush slid inside for a last second layup to allow the Bison to escape with the win. Caleb Chowbay paced Mt. Juliet with 14 points while Austin Odum added 12 -- including three 3-pointers.

Mt. Juliet's girls rolled to a 54-41 win over Station Camp in the opener. Caya Williams dominated the paint with 32 points for the 7-0 Lady Bears. Paige Baugher had eight points and Barianne Taylor five.

Mt. Juliet will visit Gallatin Friday, Dec. 10.

Ross Gilbert O'Neal, 84
MT. JULIET -- Funeral services were held Monday morning, Dec. 6, at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, Woodridge Place, Mt. Juliet, for Mr. O'Neal, 84, of Gallatin.
Born May 6, 1926 to Ross and Dora Albright O’Neal, he died Friday, Dec. 3, 2010.
In March 1944 Mr. O'Neal married Chesta Ann Ford. Ross and Ann were the loving parents to four children who honored their parents with a 65th wedding anniversary party in March 2008.
Ross and Ann moved to Mt. Juliet in 1963 where they raised their children and later moved to Gallatin.
They were faithful in their service in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Ross served as Branch President several times as well as Bishop, High Councilor, Storehouse Manager, Stake Patriarch, Ward Mission Leader and various other callings.
In 1993 Ross and Ann O’Neal were called to serve as missionaries for the Billings, Montana Mission. Within three months of their return home, they were called to service in the Atlanta Temple from 1994-2000.
The Nashville Temple was dedicated in May 2000 and both Ross and Ann continued their temple service at this temple.
Ross enjoyed his many years of volunteering with the Boy Scout Program. In 1962 he led a 70 mile hike across the Appalachian Trail and a year later he led a 104 mile hike. He was a natural leader and had fun with the boys as he taught them survival techniques. Ross was known for his kind heart and generous nature.
Survivors include: his loving wife of over 67 years Chesta Ann Ford O'Neal and children Danny Ford O’Neal (Joni) of Tualatin, OR, Deborah Lynn O’Neal of Woodstock, GA and Kenneth Ross O’Neal (Cindy) of Valley Springs, CA.
A son, Kerry Dale O’Neal, preceded in him death in 1982 as do his brothers, H.B., John Kymball, Leonard Grover and sister Flora Mai Smith.
Interment was at the Mt. Juliet Memorial Gardens.
Arrangements by Sellars Funeral Home at Mt. Juliet.
Margaret Jean Buhler Dillard, 80
Margaret Jean Buhler Dillard
LEBANON -- A memorial service was held Sunday afternoon, Dec. 5 in the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witnesses, Old Murfreesboro Road, for Ms. Dillard, 80, of Lebanon.
The daughter of the late Henry and Elmus Parton Buhler, she died Dec. 1, 2010 at the Cedars Health Care Center.
Ms. Dillard was one Jehovah’s Witnesses, and had previously worked as a manager for Goodwill. 
She is survived by brother, Charles Buhler of Atlanta and Douglas Buhler of Nashville; aunt Margaret Parton Jones of Lebanon; and a number of nieces and nephew.
In addition to her parents, she is preceded in death by sisters Barbara Moore and Rebecca Weinhart.
Her family & friends wish to gratefully acknowledge the kindly personal care she received from current and former staff while at Quality and Cedars Health Care Center.
Arrangements by Partlow Funeral Chapel, Lebanon.
Jordan Jair Turner, 18
Jordan Jair Turner
NASHVILLE -- Funeral services wiere conducted Sunday afternoon, Dec. 5 at the Nashville Baha’i Community Center for Mr. turner of Mt. Juliet.
A 2010 honors graduate of Mt. Juliet High and a former member of the Golden Bear baseball team, he died Thursday, Dec. 2, 2010. He was a member of Baha’i Faith.
Burial was private.
Survivors include: parents Craig and Carmen Turner; brothers Stanley, Gabriel, Garrison and Julian Turner; sisters Cara and Maya Turner; grandparents Landson and Leslie Drummond, Theodore and Renee Journigan and Gene and Margaret Turner as well as other relatives and members of his Baha’i family in the Nashville area.
Arrangements by Bond Memorial Chapel, Mt. Juliet.
Glenn Elvis Hunt, 72
WATERTOWN -- Funeral services were held Monday afternoon, Dec. 6 at Hunter Funeral Home for Mr. Hunt, 72, of Gordonsville.
He died Friday, Dec. 3, 2010, at Alvin C. York Veterans Medical Center. He worked in cable communications.
Services were conducted by Jackie Gaddes. Interment was in Union Hill Cemetery.
Survivors include: children David (Debbie) Hunt of Norene, Jackie Wooden of Carthage, Greg Hunt of Gordonsville and Sandra (Glenn) Hall of LaVergne; nine grandchildren; 17 great-grandchildren; sister Helen (Robert) Hall of Orlando, Fla.; a niece and a nephew.
He was preceded in death by parents, Dewey Elvis and Jennie Mae Bennett Hunt.
Arrangements by Watertown's Hunter Funeral Home.

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