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MURFREESBORO POST
R U T H E R F O R D C O U N T Y ’ S L O C A L N E W S PA P E R
MONDAY, APRIL 25, 2016
By CAT MURPHY
Murfreesboro Post
Blackman High School freshmen
got their hands dirty Tuesday at Junior
Achievement of Middle Tennessee’s
STEM Summit. Local professionals from
different STEM fields facilitated activities and interactive demonstrations at the
school to familiarize students with their
vocations.
With other grades occupied by ACT their potential within an industry that is
prep, job shadowing and college visits, already booming in our own backyard.”
“it was a good day to get our freshmen a
“You know, I think the fun thing is that
little exposure to the STEM program, and every one of those stations, every kid was
hopefully encourage them and excite engaged, and they were working, and
them about professions in that area,” said they were working in teams, and they
Principal Leisa Justus.
were solving problems, and they were
“The STEM Summit,” said Trent Klin- having fun,” said Justus.
gensmith, president of JA of Middle TenMore than a dozen companies supplied
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Christine Huddleston, founder of Room in the Inn, dies at 83
By CAT MURPHY
but call a spade a
spade.”
Christine Baird Huddleston, who
“Christine was just
served as director of Room in the Inn
a jewel,” said Jane
for 25 years, passed away April 19 at
Sharp. “She just did a
Community Care of Rutherford County.
marvelous job.” Before
She was 83 years old.
starting Greenhouse
She and her late husband, Clyde, Huddleston
Ministries she and her
started the program in 1985. “She was
husband Cliff were aca very accomplished lady,” said Room tive with Room in the Inn, during its early
in the Inn assistant director Georgene years. “Now, she was a tough mama,”
Brinkley. She considered Huddleston said Sharp, “but she was passionate.”
Many who stayed at the shelter went
a mentor and a friend -- a friend who
didn’t sugarcoat the truth. She said on to complete their educations, and
Huddleston’s most famous aphorism when they did, “she went to every sinwas, “You have to be compassionate, gle graduation,” said Brinkley.
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A minor traffic accident in December 2013 triggered a stroke, leaving her
wheelchair-bound, and Huddleston
retired from her post as director a year
later, Jan. 1, 2015.
In addition to her role with Room in
the Inn, Huddleston also worked in local government.
“I first knew of Christine when she
became the first woman to be elected
to the Rutherford County Commission,”
Steve Cates told WGNS this week.
She had co-owned Murfreesboro Flower Shop with her son C.B., which opened
in 1981. “She was involved pretty heavily,
I’ll tell you that,” said David Lynn, who
purchased the business in 1982.
In 2013 Huddleston was Grand Marshall of the Murfreesboro Christmas
Parade, days before her accident. The
following year Mayor Shane McFarland
declared October 16, 2014 “Christine
Huddleston Day.”
According to her obituary, visitation
will be from 3-7 p.m. Friday at Woodfin
Memorial Chapel.
David Edwards will officiate the
graveside service at 1 p.m. Saturday at
Republican Grove Cemetery.
Staff Writer Cat Murphy may be contacted at [email protected]
Commission should investigate Cope, say activists
By SAM STOCKARD
Rutherford County
holds a contract with
A community activist group is calling for the Ruther- Cope for $72,000 annuford County Commission to examine County Attorney ally, plus full employee
Jim Cope’s resignation from Pinnacle Financial Part- health insurance. Unners’ board of directors amid alleged insider trading.
der a legal services
“At this point, we feel like there needs to be some sort agreement, Cope and
of investigation, and we fully expect that the County his firm are being paid
Commission is going to look into this very seriously. … another $102,575 this
The commission is fully empowered to be very active year plus $60,277 in litiin this instance because the county attorney answers gation fees, according
directly to the County Commission,” said Steve Lane, a to Rutherford County
spokesman for Tennesseans Against Corruption.
finance office.
In addition, the firm
is compensated for Cope
claims paid through
third-party administrators. And members of the firm
are paid for delinquent tax payment work and providing counsel for Rutherford County Schools.
Reported first by the Nashville Business Journal,
Cope resigned in early April as a Pinnacle Financial
Partners and Pinnacle Bank director. Nearly two weeks
later, Pinnacle filed a report with the Securities and Exchange Commission stating one of its executive committee board members made two purchases of Avenue
Financial Holdings stock totaling 10,179 shares in early
January, months after Pinnacle started negotiations to
acquire Avenue, in “violation” of its policies for board
directors.
The filing about the stock purchases did not name
Cope, but in a separate filing April 1, Cope resigned immediately from both boards.
Pinnacle spokeswoman Nikki Klemmer declined to
confirm Cope was the bank director who purchased the
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Pinnacle’s pending merger with Avenue bank, a reported $200 million banking acquisition not approved
yet by the Securities and Exchange Commission, would
create a bank with $10.8 billion in assets.
The SEC, which is an enforcement organization, declined to comment on the matter. And there is no indication Cope has been charged with any crime. He did
not return a call to his office.
Rutherford County Mayor Ernest Burgess said he
had read the article but did not know about the “validity of the matter” and couldn’t make a decision on how
to proceed without more information.
“I will follow up,” Burgess said. “The article says
there’s been no response from the SEC and that would
be the determining issue here in the matter, what they
may or may not choose to do. I don’t think there’d be
any knowledge gained until they make some finding
or ruling on whatever they may or may not determine
occurred that was inappropriate.”
If federal investigators were to recommend pursuing enforcement and the SEC approved taking action, it
would go either to federal court or before an administrative law judge.
Burgess made a move three years ago to create an
in-house legal department, but county commissioners
ultimately decided to retain Cope’s law firm, which
has been providing the county legal counsel for at least
three decades.
Several county commissioners contacted about
whether Cope should remain as county attorney said
they knew nothing more than what they’d read in the
initial article.
Said County Commissioner Rhonda Allen, “I have
such trust in him. I think he’s one of the most honest,
ethical people I know.”
Without more information, Allen said she could
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“If it’s true, it would concern me,” said County Commissioner Joe Gourley. But he noted he hadn’t had
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Black Caucus condemns ‘criminalization
of children,’ seeks DOJ investigation
able” about how the arrested children
were treated.
“They will carry those scars forever.
That kind of trauma will last forever
and we’ll be trying to fix it on the back
end,” Hardaway said. “We’ll be talking
about mental health for little children
scarred for life. They will never trust the
police and those who are supposed to
be their friends and protectors. It won’t
happen.
“And then we’ll be trying to have
CAT MURPHY / The Murfreesboro Post
By SAM STOCKARD
Murfreesboro Post
The Tennessee Legislature’s Black
Caucus united with House Democrats
from Nashville in seeking a federal investigation into the handcuffing and arrests of several elementary-age children
in Murfreesboro.
The Black Caucus, which is made up
legislators from Knoxville to Memphis,
is calling for the Department of Justice
to investigate the detainment of children at Hobgood Elementary School
and asking the Tennessee Bureau of
Investigation to ensure all appropriate
state agencies look into the incident.
The legislative group also is asking
Police Chief Karl Durr and City Manager Rob Lyons to develop a sensitivity
plan under which they and city personnel learn to work and deal with “people of color” so this type of policing is
“stopped.”
In addition, the caucus wants the
judicial community to work with parents to make sure each arrested child’s
record is “completely expunged, wiped
clean.”
About 10 children ages 6 to 11 were
arrested last week and taken to Juvenile
Court for their part in a fight or bullying incident in the neighborhood off
Middle Tennessee Boulevard near the
Spring Valley apartment complex.
The incident is believed to have been
videotaped by a child who was showing
it to other children at Hobgood when
a teacher took up the cell phone and
showed it to an officer. Apparently, an
investigation ensued and several children were arrested at the school April
15 and transported to court in cuffs.
Murfreesboro Police have declined
to give details about the investigation,
but Durr said he is investigating the
matter and will work with a pastoral
committee to maintain communications.
Despite those steps, the Legislature’s
Black Caucus believes a more in-depth
look into police actions must be taken.
“The Tennessee Black Caucus has
been examining the judicial system and
its unfairness to people of color. And I
am here to say that the judicial system
to poor people and people of color ain’t
fair,” said caucus Chairwoman Brenda
Gilmore, a Nashville Democrat, in a
press conference at Legislative Plaza.
“The action by the police is an example of over-disciplining of children of
color. The criminalization of these children’s behavior begs to ask the question: Would police have gone into an
affluent neighborhood and went to the
school and arrested children for failing
to stop a fight? And we know these rich
children certainly would not have been
handcuffed and taken to juvenile jail.”
A video of the alleged incident that
surfaced on the Internet shows a group
of children walking along a neighborhood street and encouraging a young
child, possibly 6 or 7, to fight with an
older girl. The young child repeatedly
hits the girl in the back of the head as
the other youngsters shout and jeer, but
the victim never falls to the ground or
appears to be seriously injured.
Regardless of what happened in the
incident, community leaders such as
Goldie Wade, an NAACP officer, and
First Baptist Church Pastor James McCarroll say children never should have
been handcuffed, arrested and taken
by police car to Juvenile Detention. In
some cases, parents weren’t notified,
or at least not until just before the kids
were arrested, and some children who
were detained weren’t even at the incident, they said.
One parent, Zacchaeus Crawford,
who had three children arrested, said
he asked police to allow him to drive
his children to Juvenile Detention, but
police refused and took them away in
handcuffs.
Rep. G.A. Hardaway, a Memphis
Democrat, said there is “nothing excus-
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community meetings with adults who
have deep-rooted fears and distrust of
the police from early on in their development years and wondering why we
can’t make progress.”
Earlier in the week, state Reps. Mike
Stewart and John Ray Clemmons, both
Nashville Democrats, called on the U.S.
Justice Department and TBI to investigate the Murfreesboro situation.
Sam Stockard can be reached at [email protected]
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Remarkable Rutherford Woman
‘Acting bug bit her’ with her mom on ‘Hee Haw’
Roni Stoneman’s
daughter Georgia
Hemrick teaches
drama, directs for
MLT
By CONNIE ESH
Murfreesboro Post
Growing up on TV’s “Hee Haw” just
seemed normal to the Murfreesboro Little
Theater’s Georgia Hemrick, who was raised
in Smyrna, mostly.
“I thought everyone else was different,”
Hemrick quips.
Hemrick’s mom Roni Stoneman, the
youngest of 23 children in the well-known
bluegrass family, The Stonemans, was a
“Hee Haw” star from the time Hemrick was
about two months old.
That meant Hemrick was frequently on
the show, too, in the gang of kids.
Lunched with the stars
“Going out to eat with my mom, Johnny
Cash and Merle Haggard just seemed normal to me,” she adds.
But, she continues, she now appreciates
the significance and uniqueness of her family heritage. “I love everything Stoneman. It’s
my childhood,” she says.
“Mom was on the show all the time,” she
continues. “And when Roy Clark was singing a song about children, all the ‘Hee Haw’
kids would sit and watch him (on the air).”
“Hee Haw” was filmed at Opryland in
the Grand Ole Opry building – and Hemrick comments with a chuckle, “I think that’s
where I got the ‘theater illness.’ It gave me
the acting bug – you can’t get rid of it once
you get bit by it.”
Joins MLT
In college, Hemrick heard about MLT
and started acting in some of its plays. Now
she directs as well – and in fact, her next play
will be showing at MLT July 8-17.
She’ll be directing a play called “Next to
Normal” – a rock musical about mental illness and its effects not only on a person, but
that person’s families and friends.
Hemrick also works every summer with
a theater camp at MLT – as well as camps
during spring and fall breaks. The camps are
planned for children 4-12 years old, but they
also have included some teenagers as well.
She recalls that last summer, the teens actually wrote the play the group performed.
“The teens wrote their own play to include the
little ones, too,” she describes. “It’s so fulfilling.
The kids learn by doing and by teaching.”
Drama needed in schools
Her goal is to get drama incorporated
into the school curriculum, Hemrick adds.
“Children need to have a drama program
all through school,” she says. “It helps give
them confidence, which helps them in college and later in job interviews. It’s all about
how you present yourself.”
The theater also added someone special to her life when she met another actor –
Craig Core.
At first they acted together, but didn’t pay
much attention to each other off stage, Hemrick says. But more recently, they discovered
that they have a lot in common.
Recently, when Core had to take the lead
role in MLT’s pre-Christmas production of
“My Three Angels” due to the original actor’s sudden illness – even though Core was
the director, too – Hemrick stepped in and
helped him direct.
“We both went to MTSU for drama at different times,” she says. “He understands me
and is so proud of me.” The couple is making plans to marry.
Dogs fill ‘empty nest’
Doing what she loves
Hemrick’s 24-year-old daughter Virginia
Theater and drama are definitely impor- is in the Air Force – and Hemrick says when
tant to Hemrick. Not only does she act in and she left home, it was “empty nest” time.
direct local plays at the Murfreesboro Little
But Hemrick has filled in the space with
Theater (MLT) – she teaches drama as well.
pets. The first was a purebred German shepBut first, she worked for years as a claims herd she got as a rescue dog.
adjuster. “I made lots of money, but it was kill“I was scared of dogs until I rescued him,”
ing my soul,” she says. “I just wanted to quit.” she recalls. “It changed my life for good. I
She told her mom that and Stoneman was living in a new house and felt like I
said, “So quit.” She also offered to move in needed protection.”
with Hemrick and her daughter.
Then she saw an ad requesting a loving
“She agreed to pay the bills and take care home for Franz, who had spent his entire life
of us while I went back to college full-time,” until then in a breeding kennel.
Hemrick recalls.
“I had him for four years when he got canSo Hemrick started work on her degree in cer and died,” Hemrick says. “It about killed
theater and drama at MTSU. She also earned me, but I’ve had a dog ever since.”
her teaching certification, so now she’s a
Right now her pets include a part-Jack Ruspart-time teacher for Rutherford County.
sell terrier named Dolly and another mixed
Part-time Rutherford Schools drama teacher Georgia Hemrick, who acts and directs for Murfreesboro Little Theater, grew up on TV’s “Hee Haw” with her bluegrass-singing mom, Roni
Stoneman. JOHN BUTWELL / The Murfreesboro Post
breed named Lincoln. Both are also rescues.
Book in her future?
Hemrick says her future also may include
writing a book about her mom and the interesting things she says and does. Of course,
as Roni Stoneman’s daughter, she’s also the
granddaughter of Ernest V. “Pop” Stoneman,
patriarch of the entire family, who wrote
country music’s first million-seller, “The
Sinking of the Titanic,” in 1924.
Roni Stoneman herself is famed for her
“Hee Haw” role as Ida Lee Nagger, quippitching wife of Laverne Nagger, played by
Gordie Tapp – and for her signature comic
song that ends, “But you met another and
pfft! you were gone.”
One of Stoneman’s favorite sayings is, “It
don’t take me long to look at a horseshoe,”
which her daughter thinks means she can
make up her mind in a hurry, but she isn’t sure.
Oh, and while Hemrick isn’t going along
– she’s excited about her mom’s plans to
tour Ireland this summer to play bluegrass
among the shamrocks.
This remarkable Rutherford woman has
a message for all the readers of The Murfreesboro Post, too.
“It’s possible to do what makes you happy.
I didn’t believe it, but now I do,” Hemrick
says. “I’m not the richest person in the world,
but I’m happy.”
Writer Connie Esh can be contacted at [email protected]
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‘The most unifying decision’
By SAM STOCKARD
Murfreesboro Post
With a majority of its members saying MTSU needs to come together over
a “polarizing” issue, the Forrest Hall Task
Force is recommending a name change
for the university’s ROTC building.
“I believe for the students of the campus, it is the most unifying decision this
committee can make,” Student Government Association representative Grant
Marshall said Tuesday.
Marshall, one of 15 panel members
appointed by MTSU President Sidney
McPhee to study the issue and make a
recommendation, admitted the committee’s meetings over the last five months
have been “embarrassing at some points”
because of people’s behavior in dealing
with the divisive matter. But he said he
looked at the issue “analytically” and decided a name change would most benefit
the university.
Spurred by student protests and national debate about the Confederate battle flag on public property after a mass
shooting at a historically black church
in South Carolina, the university announced in June 2015 it would consider
a new name for its Army ROTC building,
which is named for Confederate Gen. Nathan Bedford Forrest.
Forrest is revered for his guerrilla
warfare tactics but is reviled by many for
slave trading before the Civil War and
connections to the Ku Klux Klan after the
war ended.
During Tuesday’s meeting, First
Baptist Church Pastor James McCarroll
echoed Marshall’s comments and said
MTSU needs to think about its place in
the community and consider “unifying.”
SGA President Lindsey Pierce, likewise, she was saddened to see some of
the actions of students who disrupted
meetings, as well as some community
members. Still, Pierce said she wanted to
“formally retire” the name of Forrest Hall
on MTSU’s campus “for the sake of diversity and inclusiveness.”
Community member Tom Clark pointed out the rest of the nation is watching
MTSU and said he favors a name change.
In addition, Erynn Murray, vice president
of the MTSU Graduate Student Association, social work professor Barbara Turnage and history professor Mark Doyle
said they favor a name change.
Only community member Mike Liles
and retired Gen. David Ogg said Tuesday
they favor keeping the name or putting
up some sort of historical context to explain why the ROTC building is named
for the Confederate general. They felt the
Forrest name holds history for MTSU’s
ROTC program and the community, and
Liles expressed concern about “sanitizing” history, in addition to rewarding the
protests of students who consistently interrupted meetings.
History professor Derek Frisby, who
led the panel, said he would notify
McPhee of the task force’s decision this
Friday. But earlier in the meeting, he
warned the committee it could be spring
2018 before any change comes, and the
entire process could be affected by a new
state law removing MTSU from the auspices of TBR and putting it under its own
board of trustees.
First, McPhee must decide whether he
will accept the task force decision, then
he will have to decide whether to request
a waiver of the name to the Tennessee
Board of Regents, which oversees MTSU.
That governing body would then have to
seek a waiver through the Tennessee Historical Commission, which would have
to approve a name change request by a
two-thirds vote.
Republican state Sen. Bill Ketron, who
did not attend Tuesday’s meeting but
has been a vocal proponent of keeping
Forrest’s name on the building, sponsored the legislation setting up a method
for changing historical monuments and
buildings but requiring a two-thirds vote
rather than a majority vote.
MTSU seniors Brandon Woodruff and
Leonard Brown, who stepped down from
Students protesting outside of Forrest Hall last year. JOHN BUTWELL / The Murfreesboro Post
the task force because he felt it was moving too slowly, said they felt they would
be shut out of the final decision for naming the building.
They also rejected the notion students’
actions during meetings showed disrespect.
“They don’t know history,” said Woodruff, who also was critical of Ketron’s
legislation. “When you look at history,
history shows protests have a lot of different avenues in which you can take,
and there’s no way you can be respectful
to disrespect. When you have a building that blatantly blows and screams out
disrespect to you, you have people who
stand behind that position, unfortunately
you’re asking to encounter some things
that may not be in your best interests of
being respectful.”
Frisby said the task force moved quickly compared to other universities that
have gone through the same processes.
“I think the decision is important because we have to, at the university, come
together and work together regardless
of what issue it is,” Frisby said. “Some
would say this is trivial. Others ... were
very passionate about it. So it’s important for us as a university to gather the
stakeholders, and we had members of the
faculty, the student body, the community
and the alumni associations to come together to work on this task force.”
Frisby said he was pleased with how
the task force conducted itself and put a
great deal of thought into the job.
“I think we’re all frustrated with the
problems. I think it was difficult for the
community and the student body at times
to express their opinions. I wish they had
done so in a different manner, but that’s
freedom of speech,” he said.
Sam Stockard can be reached at [email protected]
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Third readings go into history’s dustbin
Council approves two-reading process for enacting ordinances
By CONNIE ESH
ment about what they think, she said.
“It might say something like, ‘I wish this
block was…’ at the top and let people say
what they wish,” she explained.
The council also decided to defer action
for two weeks on traffic issues near the proposed Shelton Springs development – on
Blackman and Florence roads – to allow the
city and county Road Commissions to get
together to decide what can be done.
Specifically, the council deferred acting
on a request for annexation and a plan of services for 285.4 acres between Blackman and
Florence roads and zoning on 242 of those
acres to Planned Residential Development
(PRD) to allow Bob Parks realty to build 771
single-family detached homes there.
Murfreesboro Post
Red tape has been cut through. The Murfreesboro City Council will no longer have
to do three readings of a proposed new ordinance to vote it into law.
The council voted Thursday night to ratify a “private act” passed by the state legislature and signed by Gov. Bill Haslam reducing the number of readings required for the
council to enact a new ordinance.
From now on, the council will only have
to pass a proposed new ordinance twice to
make it the law of the city.
So earlier in the meeting, the council approved what may be its last third-and-final
reading – an ordinance to rezone the proposed Maddington Parke as a Planned Residential Development (PRD).
Maddington Parke OK’d
Just like in the first two readings of the
ordinance to permit construction of 88 townhouse units in Maddington Parke, along
Manson Pike – it calls for the setbacks in the
development to be increased and the buffers
to be wider, featuring taller shrubbery than
originally was planned, all of which was negotiated in meetings between the developer
and neighboring residents.
The council also approved recommendations from Assistant City Manager Jennifer
Moody to create a community engagement
strategy for downtown development – and
especially for the site of the former First
United Methodist Church, which the city recently bought from Franklin Synergy Bank
for $1.55 million.
Moody suggested plans that include
Suggestions by Assistant City Manager Jennifer Moody approved by the city council to
engage the community about downtown
development include using the Downtown
Dwellers Facebook page.
JOHN BUTWELL / The Murfreesboro Post
reaching out via social media, including the
Downtown Dwellers Facebook page.
Use public events, comment board
She also suggested public meetings to be
held at the Civic Plaza in front of City Hall.
“We should also have a presence at public
events such as the Jazz Fest to talk to people
and ask what they want to see happening
downtown,” she told the council.
Finally, Moody plans to create a public comment board at the church site itself,
where people can just stop and write a com-
Heavy traffic issues
Plans for Shelton Springs – which will
be west of I-24 and north of Highway 840
– brought several neighbors to the Murfreesboro Planning Commission last month,
mostly saying they don’t oppose the new
development, but they have serious concerns about traffic increasing on Blackman
and Florence.
The planning commissioners also are
concerned about the same traffic issues
on the two roads, which neighbors called
“antiquated” and “just a wagon trail that’s
been paved.” But the commissioners voted
unanimously – with one abstention due to
a conflict-of-interest – to recommend the annexation and PRD.
In other new business, the council also
approved on first reading:
Rezoning 1710 E. Northfield Blvd. from
single-family residential (RS-15) to multi-
‘Cityscape’ coming
Rezoning 5½ acres along Conference
Center Boulevard and Avenue Way from
Planned Commercial Development (PCD)
to a residential PRD for owner TDK Construction.
The development, Vasari Lofts, is planned
for 203 one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments in two separate buildings, one fourstory and one five-story. Their “cityscape”
design would include rooftop gardens for
tenants to relax in, a clubhouse and swimming pool, a bark park – and possibly urban
flower gardens outside apartment windows.
Rezoning on two seven-acre parcels in
Liberty Cove subdivision, which basically
would swap the zoning for the two lots – the
RS-10 lot would become RS-15, and the RS15 lot would become RS-10. Both zones are
single-family, but the RS-10 allows smaller
lots sizes than the RS-15 does.
Annexation, a plan of services and zoning of 31.9 acres as light industrial (LI) west
of Manchester Pike near Joe B. Jackson Parkway for Swanson Development – which
wants to use the property to expand its existing warehousing business.
Annexation and a plan of services for 30.6
acres – plus zoning 25.4 of those acres commercial fringe (CF) and approximately seven
acres RM-16, for World Outreach Church
and the Jackson Family General Partnership.
Writer Connie Esh can be contacted at [email protected]
‘Memory care’ coming to Adams Place
age problems – and that since the building square feet of space. The commission basiwill be toward the middle of the campus, it cally liked the overall design, but CommisA “memory care” center is coming to should have no impact on the landscaping sioner Kathy Jones said she has concerns
about two walls that would be solid brick
Adams Place, if plans approved Wednes- buffer around the property.
Alive Hospice also received a recommen- with only one or two small windows.
day by the Murfreesboro Planning ComThe developer agreed to work on redemission for recommendation to the city dation from the commission that the council
approve the design of the hospice’s planned signing those two walls and to come back in
council go through.
The commission voted unanimously to 20,592-square-foot building on 2.1 acres on two weeks.
The Fountains will have several smaller
recommend that Adams Place be allowed to Williams Drive.
businesses with an anchor in the front corner.
expand its services by adding the “memory
Designs defer 2 projects
Architect Michael Hindman said the cuscare” center in the middle of its existing 22½Also deferred in the Gateway Design area
tomer wanted the corner wrap-around secacre campus on the corner of Memorial Bouwere two major projects, Fountains at the
tion to be glass windows clear to the ground
levard and Haynes Haven Lane.
Gateway – an 11,248-square-foot commerfor display.
The new building will be 14,000 square
cial development which didn’t seem to meet
He added that if this tenant decided to
feet, all on one floor. Clyde Rountree of Hudthe requirements for buildings to have a
move, the glass wrap-around would make it
dleston-Steele Engineering, representing the
“defined base” – and a double-branded homuch easier to relocate doors if a new tenant
owner, said the new facility will create 10
tel complex on North Thompson Lane, also
wanted only part of the space.
new jobs, but should have very little impact
because of design issues.
on traffic.
The hotels are a Home 2 Suites and Tru What’s a ‘defined base?’
Rountree added that he foresees no drainDual Flag combination, featuring 85,080
However, after much discussion, the
By CONNIE ESH
family residential (RM-16) to allow improvements by Murfreesboro Leased Housing
to the property – including building a new
leasing office at the front entrance.
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commission voted to defer action for two
weeks so Hindman could talk to the developer and try to change the plans to include
some stone or brick below the windows.
The ordinance says buildings “must have
a defined base.” However, as commissioners Jones and Eddie Smotherman pointed
out, it doesn’t say how much base.
After the commissioners debated whether
the building appeared to have a base or not,
Commissioner Ken Halliburton said, “I think
we need a rule, not an opinion.” However, the
exact definition of “defined base” never was
further clarified during the meeting.
Southpointe Business, owned by Jerrod
Pedigo, also received approval of a site plan
change for a property which had previously
been approved for a smaller project.
The change would allow a 10,000-squareSee ADAMS PLACE on A31
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Veterans Parkway sites
eyed for west park
Council also considers building facility at Blackman, trying again to buy Y
Ron Washington suggests buying three properties for new
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However, he and Councilor Rick LaLance said they
agree that it isn’t necessary to acquire the road frontage that
could make good sites for businesses. Let property owners retain that frontage for commercial development, the
councilors suggested, lowering the city’s acquisition costs
for parks while supporting the local economy.
In fact, Smotherman suggested, it isn’t a good idea to
build parks or schools directly on main roads, because they
clog up traffic like the Siegel and Northfield schools do on
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as the city council instructed Parks and Recreation Director
Lanny Goodwin Thursday evening to look further into the
price that the current property owners want.
However, the two sites aren’t the only options under
consideration. Councilor Eddie Smotherman strongly advocated for building a facility “like Sports.com” on 40 acres
adjacent to the Blackman schools.
Smotherman said Blackman residents are “screaming”
to get a park and that their concerns are justified, since they
have nothing nearby like the Sports.com facility that serves
north-side residents on Memorial Boulevard, the Patterson Park facility that serves people in the central ’Boro, or
Barfield Crescent Park that serves the south side.
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Who dun it? Find out after cake or cobbler
Try the murder mystery dinner theater at Smyrna’s “Deadwood Saloon”
By CONNIE ESH
(catered by Smyrna’s non-profit Carpe Café)
be served before telling you that.
Justice is served soon after dessert is, as
The dinner theater, too, is put on by Conthe true “killer” is apprehended and arrested. sider This, Inc., a Smyrna-based Christian
The audience at “Murder at the Dead- drama group that sometimes performs thewood Saloon” is part of the action – but ev- atrical ministry – and at other times, simply
eryone except one unfortunate “gambler” got puts on a good show as a fundraiser.
out alive at the dinner theater’s opening night
Just a little… gunplay
Friday at the historic Smyrna Train Depot.
“Murder at the Deadwood Saloon,” obGreeted at the door by “saloon girl” Sally
viously, is one of the latter kind – but it’s a
Starr (MTSU accounting instructor Monica
clean show, with no Wild West swearing or
Davis) and tall, Western-vested “lawman”
anything like that. Just a little… gunplay.
Marshal Dalton (David Domm), guests are
Sally sings a sweet song or two, accompainvited to pick a seat and enjoy the evening.
nied on guitar by “gambler” Clay Coldwell
The real trains rattling past only add to
(Consider This Vice President Tyson Pate) –
the atmosphere as “cowboys and other rufas the big game takes place offstage.
fians” serve up the supper since good help is
When to everyone’s surprise, young
hard to find, explains “saloon owner” Harry
Mitch Maverick (Ben Alley) wins the comHigh-stakes (director Barry Hardy).
petition for the “$100,000 grand prize,” the
But watch out – they serve the dinner rolls
other gamblers seem pretty hostile. Montby throwing them to (or at) you, Harry warns.
gomery Money (Danny Wells), who has
The ante is upped
breezed into town from the Windy City of
Fortunately, this doesn’t turn out to be Chicago, wanders around spreading rutrue – but neither do a lot of other things that mors and gossip.
are claimed by the mysterious cast of “gamPoker Alice (Danny’s wife Nancy Wells)
blers” gathered for the biggest poker tourna- tends bar, doling out sweet tea, decaf unment “this side of the Mississippi.”
sweet, spring water and/or coffee, and genPresumably that means the West side – but erally runs the saloon. “Bertha,” whom we
the gamblers and bar girls all seem to speak never see, supposedly plays the piano bewith Southern accents. Hmmm… a clue?
hind a black curtain whenever no one is onIt’s your job as a member of the dining au- stage to sing.
dience to determine the truth after… well, let
Lurking around
the pork steaks or pulled chicken barbecue
Bi Yon Qin (Logan Couch) just lurks
Murfreesboro Post
Jesse Wales (Warren Sager) puts some hard questions to the lurking Bi Yon Qin (Logan Couch)
in his Fu Manchu mustache – but Qin says nothing, as usual.
JOHN BUTWELL / The Murfreesboro Post
around in corners looking sinister in a Fu
Manchu mustache. “Southern belle” Holly
Hickok (Danny and Nancy’s daughter Jessica Wells) flirts with all the cowboys and
competes for attention with Sally.
Harry, claiming he’s in hock to the tune
of $100,000 for the mortgage to his saloon – a
very coincidental sum – encourages members of the audience to buy “gold pieces” to
exchange for dances with Sally or bottles of
sarsaparilla.
A play-within-the-play by Banker Bobby
(Josh Jennings) is the highlight of the evening. It’s repeated four times in an attempt
to “get it right,” with hilarious results.
It’s all a great deal of fun – and in the end
everyone is encouraged to decide who they
think committed the murder, which happens when… but that would be telling.
Different killer each night
Knowing Friday night’s
Sally Starr (Monica Davis) slips a six-shooter into the shoulder of her bodice, presumably for
self-protection in the dangerous Wild West – or is that her true reason?
outcome
wouldn’t help, anyway, because Harry assured the audience afterward that the murder would be committed by a different person each night.
But Friday night, the “killer” wasn’t tophatted Gambling Jack (Shawn Stutler), either,
or “card shark” Jesse Wales (Warren Sager)
– although like everyone else, both had to
stand up to scrutiny.
And they’d all like to invite you to come to
town and join the fun this coming Friday or
Saturday evening (April 29 or 30) beginning
at 6:30 p.m. – which will be the final shows.
Reservations ($30) are required, so call
Harry High-stakes at (615) 830-2162 to reserve your plate of grub.
Maybe they’ll even throw you a roll. Or if
you end up getting involved as a volunteer
in their drama company – a role.
Writer Connie Esh can be contacted at [email protected]
Jesse Wales (Warren Sager) chats with guests Amanda Fulton of Murfreesboro and at left, her
mom Shirley Fulton of Louisville, MS, who celebrated her 47th birthday at the dinner theater.
MONDAY, APRIL 25, 2016 — A9
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GPS will track buses more closely
School board votes
to require the
devices on entire
fleet
system to know exactly where each bus coming up as well. Drivers’ names will
is at all times, according to Director of be entered into a statewide electronic
Schools Don Odom. The older technol- system which will allow the state Deogy currently used on the buses tracks partment of Transportation (DOT) to
then and can be pulled to give the in- notify schools instantly if a driver has
formation after a route is done – but the his or her license suspended or receives
new system will give instant readouts.
a ticket.
Plus, the GPS technology will be
New state regulations also will make
transferable, Odom told the board – so using a cell phone while driving a
when a bus is taken out of service, the school bus cause for immediate termiBy CONNIE ESH
device can be can be moved to a new nation and permanent loss of bus-drivMurfreesboro Post
bus.
ing privileges.
GPS devices will be required on all
The school board also recognized
buses serving the county school system, Instant info to parents
State Farm for its support of schools in
The new technology will also allow
the Rutherford County School Board
the county, especially its recent gift of
school
officials to tell parents who call
decided in a unanimous vote at its regu300 flat-screen, 21-inch computer moniin with concerns exactly where their
lar meeting Thursday night.
tors to the schools.
The new system will allow the school child’s bus is, Odom said.
Board Chair Wayne H. Blair of SmyrOther changes in bus services are
na also reminded those present that
State Farm also has sponsored a twoweek business camp each summer for
several years, free of cost for students.
Kathy Ferrell, who manages the St.
Thomas Mobile Health Unit, reported
to the board that the unit has served
about 8,000 people so far this year in its
partnership with the county schools.
The board also had the privilege of
previewing a production by Roy Waldron Elementary’s drama program of
“The Lion King.”
The play will be performed in its entirety at the school this Thursday and
Friday (April 28 and 29).
Writer Connie Esh can be contacted at
[email protected]
Goff to challenge Rep. White in November
By SAM STOCKARD
Murfreesboro Post
Weary of “the train wreck” in Tennessee’s General Assembly, Wilson Elementary School teacher Becky Goff says
she’s running for the state House 37th
District seat.
Unopposed as a Democrat for the
August primary, Goff will face twoterm incumbent Republican Rep. Dawn
White in November to represent the
area stretching from La Vergne, Smyrna
and Walter Hill to north Murfreesboro.
“I’m that one Tennessean. I’m a
woman, a teacher, I’m a Christian, I’m
a mother, I’m a grandmother, I’ve basically had enough of the Legislature
that’s just a train wreck,” says Goff, 58.
“I’m just sick of looking at the news every day and hearing some other crazy
thing that they’ve done.”
The wife of Rutherford County Sheriff’s Maj. Guy Goff, with two children, a
stepchild and two grandchildren, Goff
says she plans to focus her campaign on
issues that concern people in the district,
including healthcare, transportation
and education.
Goff says people of every political
persuasion are “disheartened” and “fed
up” with the Legislature bowing to special interests, making them a priority
over people.
“And what bothers me most is that
we have this so-called Christian Legislature who’s wasting so much taxpayer
money ... pandering to look good here
in the heart of the Bible Belt and then
for the last two years, they’ve basically
made a mockery of themselves by failing to pass Insure Tennessee and to follow the teachings of the book they want
to honor as the state book,” she says.
For two years, the Republican-controlled Legislature has refused to approve Republican Gov. Bill Haslam’s
health-care plan, which is designed to
use more than $1 billion in taxes paid
annually from Tennessee to provide
market-based coverage for some 280,000
people who fall into a gap between
TennCare and the federal exchange set
up by the Affordable Care Act.
Insure Tennessee opponents have
said they fear the federal government
will renege on promises to fund the program, and others have said they want to
wait and see who wins the presidential
election this year because the outcome
could change the nation’s health insurance policy.
“There’s plenty of purple T-shirts
there to remind them that we have poor
and oppressed and uninsured people
in Tennessee, and they don’t care,” Goff
says.
Insure Tennessee supporters have
rallied at the state Capitol for two years,
many wearing purple shirts. After the
plan went nowhere this year, House
Speaker Beth Harwell proposed a
3-Star Healthy Project to study changes
to TennCare, the state’s extended Medicaid program, in an effort to provide
more people with coverage.
But while legislators declined to act
in Insure Tennessee, Goff points out,
they passed legislation in 2015 and 2016
to make the Bible the state book. Goff
says she’s glad the governor vetoed the
measure. The House of Representatives
later failed to override his decision.
Goff says she’s also concerned about
the “discriminatory tone” of bills such
as one requiring K-12 and higher education students to use restrooms and
locker rooms according to their sex at
birth and another allowing counselors
to decline to work with people if they
object to their lifestyle, largely considered a way for people to avoid counseling gay people.
Rep. Susan Lynn, the sponsor of the
transgender bathroom bill, dropped
it late this session, after an outcry
from businesses, saying she found out
schools are handling the matter on their
own already.
“The bathroom bill, where did that
come from? Who has complained about
that?” asks Goff, who believes it was
“slipped in” to take people’s attention
Sen. Jeff Yarbro, Becky Goff and Rep. Mike Stewart at a fundraiser last fall.
off more important matters.
Proponents of the legislation have
said they favored it because the American Civil Liberties Union threatened
lawsuits against Tennessee school systems that failed to provide accommodations for transgender students.
As a teacher, Goff points out Rutherford County has two of the top school
systems in the Tennessee. But she believes White, a former Murfreesboro
City Schools teacher, has turned her
back on public schools by supporting
voucher and charter schools legislation.
Charters are allowed in systems with
struggling schools, but a limited voucher bill failed this session.
White has consistently said she supports local teachers but wants to give
parents in other areas options to send
their children to charter schools or use
public dollars to go to private schools.
Teachers lost their right to collective
bargaining four years ago, Goff says,
and she notes White supported a bill
this session prohibiting payroll deduc-
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tions for teachers, many of whom use
that method to make contributions to
the Tennessee Education Association,
the bargaining group for many teachers.
Goff says she also wants to work
across party lines to tackle the problem of mass transit in Middle Tennessee, especially with Interstate 24 from
Murfreesboro to Nashville heavily congested during rush hour. Goff says she
knows people who’ve turned down
good jobs in surrounding areas because
they don’t want to travel I-24.
“It’s got to be addressed. We’ve got to
work together to sell it to our people. ...
It’s not just a transportation change. It’s
really a lifestyle change. It’s hard to give
up your vehicle, but it’s easy to sit in
traffic and complain about it,” she says.
Tennessee’s Registry of Election
Finance shows White has more than
$66,000 in her account to run an election
this year. Goff says she believes she can
raise the money needed to win.
Sam Stockard can be reached at [email protected]
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OBITUARIES
Carol Pray age 52 of Lascassas passed
away Saturday, April 16, 2016.
She is a native of Whittier, CA and the
daughter of Darrell and Dorothy Allison.
Visitation was Saturday, April 23, 2016
from 3 to 7 p.m.
Mrs. Pray is survived by her husband,
Charles Pray; one son, Kyle Ceder of
Lascassas; one daughter, Katie Ceder of
Lascassas; one sister, Terry Burchett of
Eminence, MO; three step-daughters and
their husbands, Aimee and David Bush
of Lebanon, Theresa and Chris Bailey of
Watertown, and Janette Pray and Brian
Baker of Walterhill; three grandsons and
one granddaughter and three nieces and
nephews.
Family has requested that in lieu of
flowers donations be made to a charity of
your choice in Mrs. Pray’s honor.
An online guestbook is available at
www.woodfinchapel.com. Woodfin Memorial Chapel. (615) 893-5151.
Tommy Lee Golliher, age 51 of Murfreesboro died Saturday April 16, 2016.
He was a native of Rockwood TN and
had worked in the Medical Supplies Industry.
Mr. Golliher is preceded in death by
his father, Thomas J. Golliher; brother,
Darwin D. Golliher and niece, Lori B.
Golliher.
He is survived by his mother, Beulah Golliher; sons, Tommy Lee Golliher,
II. Nicholas French and wife Kristien;
daughter, Noranda “Misty” Hernandez
and husband Pancho; brothers, Donnie
Golliher and wife Teresa, Gary W. Golliher and wife Judy; sisters, Sharon Watts,
Connie Kirkpatrick and husband Bryan;
three grandchildren, Jacob, Jaydan, and
Jayly Hernandez, twenty nieces and
nephews to which he was their favorite
uncle.
Celebration of life service was held
at 6 p.m. Monday at Woodfin Memorial
Chapel.
Visitation followed the service until 8
p.m. Monday at Woodfin Memorial Chapel.
Condolences and memories may be
shared with the family of Mr. Golliher at
www.woodfinchapel.com
Kathleen Ann Pawlowski age 69 of
Murfreesboro died Sunday April 17, 2016.
She was a native of Buffalo NY and
a member of St. Rose of Lima Catholic
Church. Mrs. Pawlowski was a devoted
wife mother, and grandmother.
She is survived by her children, Nancy
Skinner and husband James of Murfreesboro, Michael Pawlowski of Murfreesboro, Ronald Pawlowski and wife Tara
of Murfreesboro; grandchildren; Sabrina
Skinner of Murfreesboro, Shelby Pawlowski of Clarksville, Nolan Pawlowski
of Cookeville, Lance, Hayden, Collier,
Sloane Pawlowski all of Murfreesboro;
sister, Louise Kluge of Buffalo; brothers,
William Kluge and wife Theresa of Buffalo, Charles and Ronald Kluge both of
Buffalo.
Mrs. Pawlowski was preceded in
death by her husband, James Pawlowski;
son, James Pawlowski; parents, Herbert
and Alfreda Kluge.
Funeral mass was 11 a.m. Friday at
St. Rose of Lima Catholic Church. Father
Nicholas Allen officiated.
Visitation was 4 to 7 p.m. Thursday
with a Rosary at 7 p.m. Thursday at
Woodfin Memorial Chapel.
Condolences and memories may be
shared with the family of Mrs. Pawlowski at www.woodfinchapel.com
Mary Nancy Dee
Lilly passed away peacefully at home on March
12, 2016 after a brief and
valiant battle with breast
cancer, surrounded by
family and friends.
Daughter of John Foley Dee and Catherine Giardina Dee, she
was born in Massachusetts but grew up
in Murfreesboro, Tennessee – she was
truly southern by the grace of God. After
studying fine art for two years, she took
to the skies as a stewardess for Delta Air
Lines, the start of a long career in the airline industry. In 1969, she married Robert
Augustine Lilly, Jr. Together, they raised
their two children, Catherine and Francis,
and eventually settled in Salt Lake City,
Utah.
She is survived by her husband, both
children, and her beloved grandson, Robert.
Nancy was a loving and devoted wife,
mother, daughter, friend, and confidant.
She embraced the world, travelled often,
and brought love and light to those who
knew her. She was an excellent gardener,
a lover of art and music, the life of every
party, an impassioned advocate for her
family and friends, and the best travel
buddy anyone could ask for. In the end,
she exemplified extraordinary courage
and grace in the face of terminal illness.
Her family would like to thank all who
cared for her in her last weeks, especially
Mona Mafi, Good Shepherd Home Care
and Hospice, and Dr. John K. Hayes and
his colleagues at Gamma West Cancer
Services.
A funeral mass will be celebrated in
her memory at 11 a.m. on May 4, 2016 at
St. Thomas More Catholic Church, 3015
E. Creek Road, Sandy, UT preceded by a
visitation at 10 a.m. at the church.
In lieu of flowers, please consider donating to St. Jude Children’s Research
Hospital in Memphis, Tennessee, and
traveling as much as your heart desires.
Online condolences may be offered to
the family at www.starksfuneral.com
Mrs. Dana A. Fite, age
43, of Murfreesboro, TN
passed away Sunday,
April 17, 2016.
She was born in Murfreesboro and was a customer service representative for Middle Tennessee
Electric. Mrs. Fite attended New Vision
Buchanan Church.
Dana is survived by her husband of
21 years, Hunter Fite; daughter, Callie;
mother, Gayle Averitte; step-dad, Randy
Duke; brother-in-law, Gregory Fite and
his wife Shan; and nephews, Tanner and
Connor all of Murfreesboro. She was a
loving daughter, wife, and mother and
will be dearly missed by all who knew
her.
Visitation with the family will be
Wednesday, April 20, 2016 from 4 to 8 turned and lived for the next fifty years in
p.m. at Woodfin Memorial Chapel.
the house that they built on Pitts Lane in
Funeral services was held Thursday, Murfreesboro. She was a member of LasApril 21, 2016 at 11 a.m. at Woodfin Me- cassas Church of Christ.
morial Chapel. Burial followed at RoseIn the summer they enjoyed Braves
lawn Memorial Gardens.
baseball and in the winter they watched
An online guestbook is available for the Lady Vols. She was always surroundthe family at www.woodfinchapel.com. ed by her flowers.
Woodfin Memorial Chapel (615) 893-5151.
She was “Mama” to her four daughters: Elaine (Joe) Thomson, Joan (ThomMarlena B. Summar, as) Darnell, Phyllis (Philip) Thurman, and
age 73, of Murfreesboro Linda (Darryl) Elrod. She will always be
passed away on Saturday, known as “Nannie” by her seven grandApril 16, 2016.
children and four great-grandchildren:
She was a native of Jay Thomson, Daniel (Sara) Elrod, Kayla
Cannon County and the (Aaron) Tresnak, Noah (Lynn) Darnell,
daughter of the late Frank Hailey Anthum Darnell, Adam Barand Rachel Davenport rett Elrod, Kathleen (Braden) Hunsicker,
Bryan.
Brandon and Camden Thomson, and
Funeral service was 1 p.m. Wednesday Caety Anne and Dennis McElroy Elrod.
at North Boulevard Church of Christ. Bro. She also treasured her special caregivers:
David Young officiated. Interment fol- Sarah, Salome, and Safina.
lowed in Evergreen Cemetery.
Mrs. McElroy is preceded in death by
Mrs. Summar is survived by her hus- her parents Edd Clark and Hettie Lee
band, Doug Summar, daughter, Tamera Markum Barrett; her brothers Robert, Ed,
Neely and her husband Jeff of Murfrees- and Joe Barrett; and her sisters Christine
boro, Todd Summar and his wife Joy of Patterson, Grace Finley, and Wylie Barnes.
Lascassas, grandchildren, Lucas, Matt
Pallbearers were Mrs. McElroy’s
and Zac Neely, McCall Dunaway and grandsons and great-grandsons.
Mason Summar, great grandchildren,
Visitation was Tuesday, April 19 from
Evie and Ava Grace Neely and Cale and 4 to 8 p.m. and her funeral service was
Emmett Dunaway.
Wednesday, April 20 at 2 p.m. at WoodMrs. Summar was a member of North fin Memorial Chapel in Murfreesboro.
Boulevard Church of Christ and a Real Burial followed in Milton Cemetery.
Estate Agent with Bob Parks for 28 years An online guestbook is available for Mrs.
before her retirement. Marlena impacted McElroy at www.woodfinchapel.com
so many lives with her words of encouragement and sense of humor; she was an
Jeffrey Teechanh age 20 passed away
inspiration to all who knew her.
Sunday, April 17, 2016.
2 Cor. 4:18 “What we see will only last
He is a native of Providence, RI and
a short time, but what we cannot see will the son of Tina Teechanh and Edward Salast forever.”
vannarath. He was also a member of the
Memorials may be made to Green- Tennessee Army National Guard.
house Ministries, 309 S. Spring St., MurFuneral service was Saturday, April
freesboro, TN 37130 or at (www.green- 23, 2016 at Woodfin Memorial Chapel at
housemin.org) in her memory.
1 p.m.
Pallbearers are Lucas Neely, Matt
Mr. Teechanh is survived by his mothNeely, Zac Neely, Mason Summar, John er, Tina Teechanh of Murfreesboro; his
Dunaway and Greg Young.
father, Edward Souvannarath of Kansas;
Visitation was from 11 to 1 p.m. and one sister, Nancy Teechanh of MurWednesday at North Boulevard Church freesboro.
of Christ.
Visitation was Friday, April 22, 2016
Woodfin Memorial Chapel. (615) 893- from 3 to 7 p.m. at Woodfin Memorial
5151. www.woodfinchapel.com
Chapel.
An online guestbook is available at
Sue Anthum Barrett McElroy, the last www.woodfinchapel.com. Woodfin Mesurviving of her six siblings, was 85 years morial Chapel. (615) 893-5151.
old when she passed away quietly on Saturday evening, April 16, 2016.
Louis “Jack” Rounsaville, age 84,
She and the late Joe Dennis McElroy
passed away on Monday,
had been happily married 61 years when
April 18, 2016.
he died on September 24, 2013. They
He was a native of Blyraised four daughters in their Pitts Lane
theville, AR and the son
home, and spent the last seven years of
of the late Raymond A.
her life at Stones River Manor.
and Agnes Marie Clayton
Sue McElroy was born in Cannon
Rounsaville. He was also
County and was raised in Murfreesboro
preceded in death by his
where she attended the old Training wife, Frances Marie Sims Rounsaville.
School, part of MTSC. She met Joe McElFuneral service was 7 p.m. Thursday
roy while working at Stickney & Griffis at Woodfin Memorial Chapel. Pastor
Drug Store on the square. She was a “soda Todd Kelly officiated.
jerk,” working the lunch counter and dipEntombment was 1 p.m. (EST) Friday
ping Sealtest ice cream. She worked there at Resthaven Memorial Park, Louisville,
with her sisters, Wylie and Grace, and KY.
with other life-long friends: Betty Pate,
He is survived by his son, Toney RoEleanor Winn Seat, Ruth Dunnaway, and unsaville and his wife Linda of MurfreesJewell Wilson.
boro, daughter, Julie Battle and her husAs a young couple, Sue and Joe moved band Rob of College Grove, sister-in-law,
for a number of years according to Joe’s
orders as an Army officer, but they reSee OBITUARIES on A14
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ANGLICAN
FAITH ANGLICAN FELLOWSHIP
330 Robert Rose Dr., 809-2183
ST. PATRICKS ANGLICAN
CHURCH
7103 Baker Rd., 615-400-6721
ASSEMBLY OF GOD
VICTORY ASSEMBLY OF GOD
208 4th Ave., 895-4124
BAPTIST
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RELIGION
2433 Mount Herman Rd., 893-4885
MOUNT ZION MISSIONARY
BAPTIST
228 N. Maple St., 893-2080
MOUNT ZION PRIMITIVE BAPTIST
510 Mason Ct., 893-9893
MURFREESBORO MISSIONARY
BAPTIST
316 Fortress Blvd., 890-4999
ANCHOR INDEPENDENT BAPTIST
987 River Barfield Rd., 890-8010
NEW HOPE BAPTIST
1260 New Hope Baptist Circle,
896-3155
ANTIOCH PRIMITIVE BAPTIST
1001 N. Spring St., 217-4343
NEW LIFE LAOTIAN BAPTIST
1107 Sherwood Lane, 848-1316
ARABIC BAPTIST CHURCH
6515 Scenic Drive, 37129
NEW VISION BAPTIST
1750 N. Thompson Lane, 895-7167
BARFIELD BAPTIST
1033 Barfield Rd., 896-2490
NEW VISION BAPTIST
2650 Memorial Blvd., 692-0290
BELLE AIR BAPTIST
1307 N. Rutherford Blvd., 890-6977
NORTHSIDE BAPTIST
655 W. Thompson Lane, 896-6440
BELLWOOD BAPTIST
450 Middle Tennessee Blvd.,
890-5567
OLIVE BRANCH MISSIONARY
BAPTIST
528 E. Main St., 867-2933
BEULAH LAND BAPTIST
4745 Leanna Rd., 904-9540
POWELL’S CHAPEL BAPTIST
8697 Powells Chapel Rd., 896-9461
BIBLE BAPTIST
212 Brinkley Rd., 896-7809
PROGRESSIVE PRIMITIVE BAPTIST
6421 Baker Rd., 893-7933
NEW BEGINNINGS CHRISTIAN
CENTER
3475 Bradyville Pike, 849-1996
FIRST CHURCH OF GOD
1267 Middle Tennessee Blvd.,
896-9272
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF
LATTER-DAY SAINTS
1413 Prescott Court, 668-1727
NEW HEIGHTS CHAPEL
2650 Saint Andrews Dr., 890-2004
MURFREESBORO CHURCH OF
GOD
2521 Spaulding Circle, 895-7182
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF
LATTER-DAY SAINTS
242 Heritage Park Dr., 890-0114
NORTH CHRISTIAN CENTER
3045 Memorial Blvd., 890-1765
VICTORY CHRISTIAN CENTER
1641 Middle Tennessee Blvd.,
893-5683
CHURCH OF CHRIST
BELLWOOD CHURCH OF CHRIST
1207 S.E. Broad St., 896-4580
BETHLEHEM CHURCH OF CHRIST
2644 Lascassas Pike, 893-2297
BLACKMAN CHURCH OF CHRIST
1353 Brinkley Rd., 893-0064
BRADYVILLE ROAD CHURCH OF
CHRIST
1265 Bradyville Pike, 893-7156
BRIDGE AVE. CHURCH OF CHRIST
725 Bridge Ave, 896-1925
CASON LANE CHURCH OF
CHRIST
1110 Cason Lane, 896-0090
NEW HOPE CHURCH OF GOD IN
CHRIST
303 S. University St., 890-8716
NEW LIFE CHURCH OF GOD
4447 Manson Pike, 896-3915
ORIGINAL CHURCH OF GOD
424 E. Castle St., 890-4838
EPISCOPAL
HOLY CROSS EPISCOPAL
1140 Cason Lane, 867-7116
SAINT PAULS EPISCOPAL
116 N. Academy St., 893-3780
JEHOVAH’S WITNESSES
LUTHERAN
ADVENT LUTHERAN ELCA
1700 Irby Lane, 893-9705
CRESENT CHURCH OF CHRIST
4915 Barfield Crescent Rd., 8964930
GRACE LUTHERAN
811 E. Clark Blvd., 893-0338
PROVIDENCE BAPTIST
325 E. State St., 896-0910
EAST MAIN STREET CHURCH OF
CHRIST
216 E. Main St., 893-6180
CHERRY GROVE BAPTIST
4078 Yeargan Rd., 896-3862
RIVER ROCK BAPTIST
2248 Hwy. 99, 898-1239
FIRST CHURCH CHRIST SCIENTIST
1306 Memorial Blvd., 896-2256
ALLEN CHAPEL AME
224 S. Maney Ave., 893-7842
CORNER STONE FREE WILL
BAPTIST
3071 Hwy. 99, 890-6532
RIVERDALE BAPTIST
307 Warrior Dr., 895-3295
FLORENCE CHURCH OF CHRIST
6732 Old Nashville Hwy.,890-5431
SCENIC DRIVE BAPTIST
6515 Scenic Dr., 459-0025
FRANKLIN ROAD CHURCH OF
CHRIST
3700 Franklin Rd., 895-7955
BETHEL UNITED METHODIST
4286 Sulphur Springs Rd., 8932329
EBENEZER PRIMITIVE BAPTIST
4122 Old Nashville Hwy., 896-4673
FAIRHAVEN BAPTIST
1610 Riverview Dr., 896-0997
FIRST BAPTIST
200 E. Main St., 893-2514
FIRST BAPTIST
738 E. Castle St., 893-5322
FIRST BAPTIST
129 E. Main St., 849-3641
FLORENCE BAPTIST
4528 Florence Rd., 907-4110
FRANKLIN ROAD BAPTIST
3148 Franklin Rd., 890-0820
GRACE BAPTIST
2523 Bradyville Pike, 890-2600
GREEN HILL BAPTIST
6309 Burnt Knob Rd., 895-1063
HEARTLAND BAPTIST
307 E. Jefferson Pike, 890-3834
HILLVIEW BAPTIST
3113 Lascassas Pike, 890-9622
HOLLY GROVE BAPTIST
2633 Holly Grove Road, (615)
987-2893
IMMANUEL BAPTIST
2210 Greenland Dr., 893-7221
ISRAELITE PRIMITIVE BAPTIST
406 Vaughn St., 848-1352
KOREAN BAPTIST
4404 Shelbyville Hwy., 904-1919
LIGHTHOUSE BAPTIST
3145 N. Thompson Lane, 895-1357
MIDDLE TENNESSEE BAPTIST
706 Richard Rd., 895-0143
MOUNT HERMON BAPTIST
SPRING HILL MISSIONARY
BAPTIST
209 S. Bilbro Ave., 890-9183
STONES RIVER PRIMITIVE BAPTIST
2315 Joe B. Jackson Pkwy., 8953590
TAYLORS CHAPEL BAPTIST
3949 Halls Hall Pike, 907-4758
TEMPLE BAPTIST
1030 Minerva Dr., 896-5880
THIRD BAPTIST
410 W. McKnight Dr., 893-8192
UNITY BAPTIST
5977 Elam Rd., 867-6874
UNITY FREE WILL BAPTIST
1901 Florence Rd., 217-0777
WALNUT GROVE MISSIONARY
BAPTIST
2480 Twin Oak Dr., 896-1553
LASCASSAS CHURCH OF CHRIST
6402 Lascassas Pike, 890-5096
LEANNA CHURCH OF CHRIST
4198 Sulphur Springs Rd.,890-9659
MURFREESBORO CHURCH OF
CHRIST
837 Esther Lane, 890-9533
NORTH BOULEVARD CHURCH OF
CHRIST
1112 N. Rutherford Blvd., 893-1520
RIVERDALE CHURCH OF CHRIST
507 Warrior Dr., 890-0440
ROCKVALE CHURCH OF CHRIST
8751 Hwy 99, 274-2731
ROYAL OAKS CHURCH OF
CHRIST
212 Brinkley Rd., 217-4420
WALTER HILL FIRST BAPTIST
6607 Lebanon Rd., 890-2819
SHARPSVILLE CHURCH OF
CHRIST
5001 Halls Hill Pike, 893-3944
WESTWOOD BAPTIST
1320 Brinkley Rd., 896-5537
SMYRNA CHURCH OF CHRIST
112 Division St., 459-3217
BIBLE
FELLOWSHP BIBLE
4236 Veterans Pkwy, 615-893-6652
CATHOLIC
ST. ROSE OF LIMA CATHOLIC
1601 N. Tennessee Blvd., 893-1843
CHRISTIAN
CENTRAL CHRISTIAN
404 E. Main St., 893-2764
CHRISTIAN LIFE
745 Cason Lane, 848-5222
MURFREESBORO CHRISTIAN
4116 Florence Rd., 893-8366
STONES RIVER CHURCH OF
CHRIST
1607 Hamilton Dr., 896-1821
WALTER HILL CHURCH OF CHRIST
7277 Lebanon Rd., 895-7420
WESTVUE CHURCH OF CHRIST
316 S. Kings Hwy., 896-1292
CHURCH OF GOD
CHURCH OF GOD
2011 Saint James St., 867-0624
CHURCH OF GOD OF PROPHECY
675 Dejarnette Lane, 893-1819
FAITH CHAPEL ORIGINAL
CHURCH OF GOD
2709 Halls Hall Pike, 893-6346
UNITED PENTECOSTAL
1800 Lascassas Pike, 893-5906
PRESBYTERIAN
FIRST CUMBERLAND
PRESBYTERIAN
907 E. Main St., 893-6755
JERUSALEM CUMBERLAND
PRESBYTERIAN
7192 Mona Rd., 895-8118
CHRISTIANA CHURCH OF CHRIST
1407 S. Church St., 893-7011
KINGWOOD HEIGHTS CHURCH
OF CHRIST
115 E. Mtcs Rd., 893-8618
PENTECOSTAL
KINGDOM HALL OF JEHOVAH’S
WITNESSES
1624 River Rock Blvd., 848-7077
CEDAR GROVE PRIMITIVE
BAPTIST
528 E. Main St., 895-7854
CROSSWAY BAPTIST
4194 Shelbyville Hwy., 278-0000
REAL LIFE COMMUNITY
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
2022 E. Main St., 867-8822
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN
210 N. Spring St., 893-3882
CALVARY BAPTIST
431 Dejarnette Lane, 896-2626
SOUTHEAST BAPTIST
708 Minerva Dr., 896-0940
FIRST CHURCH OF THE
NAZARENE
1618 Hamilton Dr., 890-0371
JEHOVAH’S WITNESSES
1720 E. Northfield Blvd., 890-4656
PROSPERITY MISSIONARY
BAPTIST
1815 Mount Herman Rd., 893-3545
CREEKMONT GENERAL BAPTIST
5867 Washington Blvd., 893-1848
NAZARENE
NEW HOPE LUTHERAN CHURCH
(at Boys & Girls Club)
330 Walla Court, 752-5907
METHODIST
BLACKMAN UNITED METHODIST
4380 Manson Pike, 893-0347
DUNAWAY’S CHAPEL UNITED
METHODIST CHURCH
Corner of Dunaway Chapel Road
Lascasas, TN 37085
ELDERS CHAPEL METHODIST
1614 Jubilee Ct., 459-6163
FELLOWSHIP UNITED
METHODIST
2511 Highway 99, 893-4659
FIRST FREE METHODIST
1819 Bradyville Pike, 896-3700
FIRST UNITED METHODIST
265 W. Thompson Lane, 893-1322
HAYNES CHAPEL UNITED
METHODIST
5935 Woodbury Rd. 37127
KELLEYS CHAPEL UNITED
METHODIST
301 E. Jefferson Pike, 867-4223
KEY UNITED METHODIST
806 E. State St., 890-2726
LILLARD CHAPEL UNITED
METHODIST
5406 Little Hope Rd., 895-7061
ST. JOHN UNITED METHODIST
1511 N. Highland Ave., 273-2696
ST. MARKS UNITED METHODIST
1267 N. Rutherford Blvd., 893-3455
NORTHMINSTER PRESBYTERIAN
708 W. Clark Blvd., 893-5880
TRINITY PRESBYTERIAN
1020 N. Rutherford Blvd., 895-2018
SEVENTH-DAY
ADVENTIST
MURFREESBORO SEVENTH-DAY
2815 Elam Rd., 896-5925
OAKLAND PARK SEVENTH-DAY
ADVENTIST
711 N. Maney Ave., 893-9901
OTHER
ABUNDANT LIFE CHRISTIAN
CENTER
910 Ridgely, Ste. H, 896-5333
ACTS II LIVING WORD
1569 W. College St., 898-0633
BELIEVERS CHAPEL
1820 S. Rutherford Blvd., 893-0107
BELIEVERS FAITH FELLOWSHIP
2106 E. Main St., 225-8399
BELIEVERS TABERNACLE
700 County Farm Rd., 907-1212
BETHEL COMMUNITY CHURCH
1503 Sulphur Springs Road, 8962348
BIBLE CHURCH OF JESUS
6371 Bradyville Pike, 895-4761
CALVARY CHAPEL OF
MURFREESBORO
229 River Rock Blvd., 904-3950
HARVEST CHURCH OF
MURFREESBORO
5524 Shores Rd, 898-8444
HARVEST MINISTRIES
INTERNATIONAL
855 W. College St., 217-0590
HIGHER GROUND WORSHIP
CENTER
2424 Yearwood Ave., 893-7886
HOPE MINISTRIES
1707 Avon Rd., 890-8572
IMPACT CHURCH
4137 Shelbyville Hwy., 867-0033
LIBERTY IN CHRIST
127 Rushwood Dr., 615-519-6685
LIVING WORD
2106 E. Main St., 410-7965
MASJED AL-LMAN
862 Middle Tennessee Blvd.,
890-1551
MT. ZION RUCKER MISSIONARY
4806 Rucker Christian Rd., 8955760
MOUNT ZION BARFIELD
3967 Barfield Crescent Rd., 8968571
MURFREESBORO COMMUNITY
2555 Lascassas Pike, 849-3803
NEW HEIGHTS CHAPEL
2650 Saint Andrews Dr., 890-2004
NEW LIFE KOREAN
2527 Colfax Dr., 896-8264
NORTHFIELD BOULEVARD
2091 Pitts Lane, 893-1200
OASIS
2022 E. Main St., 962-8650
OLIVE BRANCH CHURCH
1115 Minerva Drive, 615-941-1268
OPEN TABLE CHRISTIAN
1130 Haley Road, 319-1589 or
962-7366
RAIDERS FOR CHRIST
1105 E. Bell St., 896-1529
RIVER OAKS COMMUNITY
1308 Cherry Lane, 893-7444
ST. ELIZABETH ORTHODOX
321 W. McKnight Dr., 785-5285
UNITY CHURCH OF LIFE
130 S. Cannon Ave., 907-6033
WELCOME AS YOU ARE
201 W. Main St., 624-6955
CHRIST APOSTOLIC CHURCH
1628 Old Tullahoma Rd., 325-6519
WELCOME AS YOU ARE
855 W. College St. Ste 0, 624-6955
CHRIST APOSTOLIC CHURCH OF
MURFREESBORO
442 South Kings Hwy., 290-6257
WORLD OUTREACH CHURCH
1921 New Salem Highway, 8964515
CHURCH OF THE FIRST BORN
1827 Venada Trail, 907-3078
COMPTON ROAD CHURCH
663 Compton Rd., 896-6550
DESTINY CENTER
1510 Memorial Blvd., 907-0185
EMERGE WORSHIP CENTER
2022 E. Main St., 849-3247
TRINITY UNITED METHODIST
2303 Jones Blvd., 896-0413
FAMILY WORSHIP
1703 First Place, 624-8639
WEBB GROVE AME
3996 Barfield Crescent Rd., 8955442
FAMILY WORSHIP CENTER
3045 Memorial Blvd., 893-0968
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF
LATTER-DAY SAINTS
902 E. Clark Blvd., 893-1349
GREATER GRACE
7228 Johnson St., 217-0032
CARPENTERS HOUSE
3045 Memorial Blvd., 893-3205
STONES RIVER UNITED
METHODIST
3913 Old Nashville Hwy., 848-9220
MORMON
GOD’S HOUSE OF RESTORATION
1342 Church St., 890-4358
FOR HIS GLORY MINISTRIES
1411 Mark Allen Ln. Suite C&D,
615-927-9546
FREEDOM OF WORSHIP
OUTREACH
6700 John Bragg Hwy., 494-9497
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*“The Couture Experience Women in Business
Showcase” is scheduled for 9 a.m. to noon. Saturday, April 30, in MTSU’s Sam Ingram Building, 2269
Middle Tennessee Blvd. Parking is available in the
Ingram lot, but attendees are advised to expect traffic delays due to road construction.
Free and open to the public, the event is part
of MTSU’s celebration of National Women’s History
Month.
May 1
*Canines and their humans are welcome to participate in the annual See Spot Run 5K Run/Walk at
8 a.m. Sunday, May 1, at MTSU’s Peck Hall.
Proceeds from the event will support the MTSU
Blitz Build and Rutherford County Habitat for Humanity. The event is sponsored by the Office of Student Organizations & Service and Sigma Pi fraternity. Racers may register at www.active.com or by
mailing in the registration form available online with
payment. The entry fee is $30 before April 25 and
$35 thereafter. All participants will receive a dry-fit
style shirt.
Discounts are available for groups of 15 or more
at a rate of $25 per person for racers who register
by 4:30 p.m. Monday, April 25, in Room 330 of the
Student Union.
Each racer who brings a dog also must bring
the dog’s rabies tag number. Retractable leashes
are prohibited.
Gold’s Gym Tennessee and H3O Aquatics are
co-sponsors of this event. For more information,
contact the office of Student Organizations & Service at (615) 898-5812 or go to www.mtsu.edu/sos.
May 5
*H3O Aquatics’ monthly cancer support group
meets from 6-8 p.m.
*To brew or not to brew, that is the question. After
all; the empty vessel makes the loudest sound.
Can one desire too much of a good thing? Of
course not, and as good luck would have it, there
are friends, Romans, countrymen who have lent
us their beers! Proceeds benefit the Discovery
Center. Tickets: In advance $35/ person, Day of
Event $40/person. Designated Driver: $15/
person. 21+ only. Event starts at 7 p.m. at Discovery Center.
May 6
*The 7th Annual SDMA Golf Tournament will
take place at Smyrna Golf Course on Friday, May 6,
2016. This fun annual fundraiser begins with a catered lunch at 11 a.m. followed by a shotgun start at
1p.m. When golfers return to the clubhouse, awards
and door prizes will be distributed.
Registration is $75 per person/$300 per team
and hole sponsorships are $100. All proceeds benefit the Historic Sam Davis Home.
May 6-7
*Main Street’s JazzFest is more than just a concert, it’s an event! It’s a place to people-watch, eat,
drink, shop, mingle, relax, soak in the rays and of
course, hear some of the best contemporary live
jazz. Admission is FREE, and all are welcome. Main
Street Murfreesboro’s JazzFest kicks off Friday at 6
p.m. For more information on Main Street Murfreesboro/Rutherford County, visit downtownmurfreesboro.com.
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Visitation with the family was held
at Smith Funeral Home on Wednesday,
April 20, 2016 from 3 to 7 p.m.
A funeral mass was held at St. Rose
Catholic Church, 1601 N. Tennessee
Blvd. Murfreesboro on Thursday, April
21, 2016 at 1 p.m. Interment followed in
Riverside Garden.
In lieu of flowers memorial donations are requested to Adams Memorial
Library, American Cancer Society or the
American Diabetes Association. Share
memories and condolences with the family at www.smithfuneralhomewoodbury.
net Smith Funeral Home, (615) 563-5337
Delores Jarvis and her husband Trent of
Crawford, TN and all of her loving family.
Mr. Rounsaville was a US AirForce
Veteran, a member of the Rockvale Masonic Lodge #413 and a retired Truck
Driver.
Memorials may be made to the Rockvale Masonic Lodge, 9007 Rockvale Road,
Rockvale, TN 37153.
Visitation was from 4 to 7 p.m. ThursChristine Baird Huddleston, age 83,
day at Woodfin Memorial Chapel. (615)
of Murfreesboro died April 19, 2016 at
893-5151. www.woodfinchapel.com
Community Care of Rutherford County.
Mrs. Huddleston was a native of LasMary Eleanor Howell,
89, of Woodbury passed cassas and daughter of the late Leland
and Irene Baskin Baird. She was also preaway on April 18, 2016.
She was born on Octo- ceded in death by her husband Clyde W.
ber 24, 1926 in Arlington, Huddleston who died in 2004; a son, C.B.
TN on her family’s farm. Huddleston; four brothers, Robert “PosHer parents were Thom- sum” Baird, Garry Baird, Dudley Baird,
as Francis Maher, Sr. and and Charles Baird; and one sister, ElizaElla Josephine (Duerbusch) Maher. She beth Baird.
Mrs. Huddleston is survived by
was also preceded by her husband John
Hi Howell, Sr., son, Tansil Mark How- son, Tony Huddleston; daughter, Suell, brothers, Thomas Maher and Joseph san Sprague; granddaughter, Bethany
Maher, sisters, Lorraine Kelley and Jean Sprague; and special friend, David Wells
Maher, daughter-in-law, Debbie Norman all of Murfreesboro.
Graveside services were 1 p.m. SatHowell and son-in-law, P. J. “Rooster”
urday at Republican Grove Cemetery.
Cook.
She is survived by her sons, John Hi David Edwards officiated. Family and
(Deborah) Howell of Manchester, Thom- friends served as pall bearers.
Visitation was from 3 to 7 p.m. Friday
as Howell of Woodbury, Abbie (Lauren)
Howell of Woodbury, Michael (Rita) at Woodfin Memorial Chapel.
Mrs. Huddleston was a member of
Howell of Bradyville, Shawn (Sheryl)
Howell of Woodbury and Timothy North Boulevard Church of Christ. She
(Penny) Howell of Knoxville; daughters, was credit manager for several MurfreesMary Jean Cook of Woodbury, Katherine boro businesses, former commissioner of
Ann Howell of Knoxville; sisters, Frances Rutherford County, and was the retired
(Fred) White of Texas and Pat Hayden of director of Room in the Inn of Rutherford
Missouri; 21 grandchildren and 29 great County. Mrs. Huddleston was former
co-owner with her son, C.B., of Murfreesgrandchildren.
She was a loving and devoted wife and boro Flower Shop and Huddleston Anmother. She was always willing to give tiques.
An online guestbook is available for
up things to make her family happy. They
enjoyed a close knit family life with lots the family at www.woodfinchapel.com.
of laughs and fun. She was a simple but Woodfin Memorial Chapel (615) 893-5151
elegant lady. During her life she earned
Marie Hood Richardson, age 88, of
a teaching degree from Siena College in
Memphis. Prior to marriage she taught Lascassas passed away on Tuesday, April
in Memphis for several years. When her 19, 2016.
She was a native of Clay County, TN
first child was born she stayed home to
raise him and then the other eight to fol- and the daughter of the late William
low. She moved to Cannon County with Henry and Lillian Evans Hood. She was
her family and went back to the teaching also preceded in death by her husband,
she loved so much. The Third Grade was Willard Richardson who died in 2010 and
her favorite age to teach. She taught from two infant sisters, Mary Geneva Hood
1971-1990. Her life can be summed up in and Chloe Valier Hood.
Funeral service was 10 a.m. Saturday
a simple statement, “To teach is to touch
a life forever”, that included her children, at Woodfin Memorial Chapel. Bro. Ralph
grandchildren, great grandchildren as Richardson officiated. Interment folwell as students. She was raised in the lowed in Roselawn Memorial Gardens.
She is survived by two nieces, Patsy
Catholic Church and was a member of St.
and Angela Davis, one nephew, Chad
Rose Catholic Church in Murfreesboro.
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Davis, all of Lascassas and several cousins.
Mrs. Richardson was a member of
Sharpsville Church of Christ and employed by A.I.E. Magnetics in Nashville
for 32 years until her retirement in 1986.
Visitation was 3 to 7 p.m. Friday at
Woodfin Memorial Chapel. (615) 8935151. www.woodfinchapel.com
Barbara Weaver age 65 passed away
Wednesday, April 20, 2016. She was a native of Murfreesboro, TN and the daughter of the late Robert M. Cole Jr. and Lorene Cole.
Visitation was Sunday, April 24, 2016
from 3 to 7 p.m. at Woodfin Memorial
Chapel.
Mrs. Weaver is survived by her husband, George “Bill” Weaver of Murfreesboro, TN; two sons, Christopher Weaver
and his wife Tara of Murfreesboro, Michael Weaver and his wife Michelle of
Milton; one brother, Dennis Cole and his
wife Theresa of Murfreesboro; and five
grandchildren.
Funeral services will be 11 a.m. Monday, April 25, 2016 at Woodfin Memorial
Chapel with an hour long visitation prior
to the service. Burial will follow at Evergreen Cemetery.
An online guestbook is available at
www.woodfinchapel.com. Woodfin Memorial Chapel. (615) 893-5151.
Anna Faye Alexander, age 73 died
Thursday at her home.
She was a native of Cannon County
and was member of East Main Church of
Christ. She was retired from White Stag.
Mrs. Alexander is survived by her
daughter, Doris Ann Davis and husband
Bo of Shelbyville; grandchildren, Kayce
Davis of Murfreesboro, Tyler Davis (Juliana Phelps) of Shelbyville, Andrew Davis (Amber McCullough) of Manchester,
Matthew Davis of Murfreesboro; greatgrandchildren, Robbie, Carmen, Summer,
and Kinsley; sister, Judy Prater and husband Phil of Woodbury.
She was preceded in death by her parents, Albert Gaither, Ruby Lassiter Gaither Rains; husband, Dorris Ray Alexander,
and granddaughter, Dustie Davis.
Funeral service will be 1 p.m. Monday
at Woodfin Memorial Chapel with Brother Wayne Lankford officiating. Burial will
follow in Riverside Cemetery in Cannon
County.
Visitation was 3 to 7 p.m. Sunday at
Woodfin Memorial Chapel.
Condolences and memories may be
shared with the family of Mrs. Alexander
at www.woodfinchapel.com
Harry W. Marlin, Jr. age 78, of the
Buchanan Community, died Wednesday,
April 20, 2016 at his home.
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a daughter, Kimberly Mockridge, and a
brother Hoyt Marlin.
Mr. Marlin is survived by a son, Harry
W. Marlin, III and Shannon of Buchanan;
daughters, Vicki Davis of Murfreesboro,
and Alyssa Pendergrast and her husband
Mike of Readyville, Susie Bolin and her
husband Randy of Murfreesboro; a brother, Raliegh Marlin of Buchanan; and sister,
Lindy West of Murfreesboro; long-time
friend, Betty Marlin of Buchanan; eight
grandchildren, Ella and Mason Marlin,
Lauren Normand, Michael Pendergrast,
Caitlyn, Anna, Blake, and Caroline Bolin;
and one great grandchild, Chloe Glaskox.
Funeral services were 4 p.m. Sunday
at Mt. Carmel Baptist Church. Reverends
Jack Carney and Murray Mathis officiated. Burial was in the Prater Cemetery.
Visitation was from 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday
at the Church. Family and friends served
as pallbearers.
Mr. Marlin was a member of Mt. Carmel Baptist Church. He was a 1955 graduate of Murfreesboro Central High School
and attended MTSU. He was employed
by Blue Cross Blue Shield for 35 years before retiring in 1991. He was a member of
the United States Naval Reserve.
Louise Beasley Hall age 93 passed
away April 21, 2016.
She is a native of Murfreesboro and
the wife of the late William F. Hall, Jr.
Mrs. Hall was also preceded in death by
her parents, Horace and Ethel Beasley.
Funeral services were Sunday, April
24, 2016 at 3 p.m. with a two hour visitiation prior to the service.
Mrs. Hall is survived by two sons, Michael Hall and Debbie of CA, Andrew
Hall and his wife Lee of KY; two daughters, Carolyn Harrelson and her husband
David of Centerville, TN, Evelyn Forbes
and her husband James of Fairview, TN;
and five grandchildren, Ansel and Clea
Harrelson, Hannah Gulley, Rachel Forbes,
and Mallory Hall.
She was a member of First United
Methodist Church in Murfreesboro and
a 1940 graduate of Murfreesboro CHS.
Mrs. Hall received her Masters degree in
1971 from MTSU and was a retired school
teacher who taught at Smyrna Primary
and David Youree Schools. She was an
active member of the Rutherford County
Historical Association and was an Exchangette. Mrs. Hall was also active in CHS
and Riverdale’s High School Band Parents Association.
An online guestbook is available at
www.woodfinchapel.com. Woodfin Memorial Chapel. (615) 893-5151.
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These three tips can help you live longer
DR. MARK KESTNER
LIVING WELL
Life is complicated,
stressful and getting
worse.
Right?
Most
readers will agree that
their lives now are more
stressful and more complex than a decade ago.
That trend is not likely
to change, unless you
take personal actions to
change it. The world will
continue to press you to
do more, worry more,
rest less and follow an
agenda you didn’t create.
Many people are interested in finding a way
to make their lives better and especially to improve their health.
Pick up any magazine
or follow any website,
blog or news source and
you will be bombarded
with articles about how
to improve your health.
It quickly becomes confusing and overwhelming. How is it possible to
do all the things that “experts” recommend -- and
should you?
The short answer is
that most of the articles
are written with one
purpose in mind: to
keep your attention long
enough to put some advertising in front of you.
It is not necessary or advisable to try to do all the
things you may find are
supposed to be beneficial
to your health.
So, what should you
do? It actually varies
widely depending on
your specific health status, current circumstances, family history and
other factors. But presented below are some
key essentials that are
worthy of becoming a
priority in your life.
Sleep. If I could magically fix one thing about
our culture to improve
the overall health of individuals, I would enhance
their sleep. As a group,
we are sleeping too little,
and our sleep quality is
dismal.
Think about how our
lives have changed from
our ancestors. Fifty years
ago we were not bombarded with a constant
stream of information,
entertainment, news reports, Facebook status
updates and other social
media.
Those of us fortunate
enough to live through
an earlier era may recall
having three channels
on TV, a few AM or FM
stations on the radio and
maybe a phonograph.
And the TV and radio
stations stopped broadcasting by midnight.
That’s it.
If you wanted entertainment other than that,
pick up a book, play a
game or have a conversation.
The constant stream
of stimulation we are
subject to today has been
proven by research to destroy normal sleep. Just
the stimulation of the
lit screens is significant.
The high drama content
of media is also sleepdisturbing.
In order to improve
FOR GREAT RATES
sleep, in most cases habits must be dramatically
changed. But improved
sleep can result in dramatic health improvements.
Poor sleep causes
weight gain, poor mental performance during
the day, stress reactions
in our body, vascular
changes that can result
in strokes and heart attacks, psychological and
emotional
imbalances
and many more serious
conditions.
Many people who are
taking daily drugs for
chronic conditions could
reverse the course of
their disease if they consistently resolved their
poor sleeping habits.
Move more. I saw the
phrase,“Sitting is the
new smoking,” a few
months ago and after
thinking about it for a
while concluded it is absolutely correct.
This is another change
that our culture has adopted over the past 50
years. A generation or
two ago we were far
more active. Although
some people had jobs
that involved sitting,
most didn’t. Outside of
work, activity was more
common.
Our bodies thrive
when we have much
more regular forms of
movement in our daily
routines.
Clean up our diet. As
a culture, we are eating
enormous amounts of
substances that probably
should not qualify to be
called food. The caloric
load that is typical for
Americans is more than
double what we were
eating a generation ago.
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Simply stated, the answer is to eat less food
and make a more intentional effort to make sure
our selections resemble
fresh food.
Research has repeatedly shown that longterm calorie restriction
results in better health
and longer lives. Eating
less every day means
better health.
Choosing more authentic, natural foods in-
stead of over-processed
foods adulterated with
artificial, non-nutritive
components may extend
your life by a number of
years.
Hundreds of millions
of people are spending
trillions of dollars on
drugs that further degrade their health, supplements that are useless
and other quick-fix attempts to improve their
health. In spite of these
sustained habits of consumerism and medical
practice over the past
few decades, the status
of our health is more endangered than ever in
history.
Following the three
simple changes above
may
improve
your
health and add years to
your life.
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Uncle Dave Macon Days presents
the World’s Largest Square Dance
By GLORIA SHACKLETT CHRISTY
New for Uncle Dave Macon Days, July
7-9, 2016, is an event that will certainly thrill
young and old alike—the attempt to break
the Guinness record for the World’s Largest
Square Dance.
The high-energy, rollicking sounds of the
Hogslop String Band will lead the attempt
for the World’s Largest Square Dance. According to the Nashville Scene, “Hogslop
String Band is the finest square dance band
on the planet.”
On the evening of July 7, at 6 p.m., a true
Tennessee favorite will be introduced on the
Public Square in Murfreesboro with Marcia
Campbell from Grand Ole Opry Dancers
and WSM 650. Square dance is the official
state dance of Tennessee, but the record for
World’s Largest Square Dance is now held
in Illinois. This free event, drawing thousands, will kick-off opening day for Uncle
Dave Macon Days, returning to the Square
where Uncle Dave Macon Days began nearly 40 years ago.
There will be a community-wide square
dance rehearsal Sunday afternoon, May 15,
at 2 p.m. at the Rutherford County Courthouse Inner Circle. All those interested in Digital rendering of the pool area at the new Smyrna Outdoor Adventure Center, tentatively
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Ten things you may not know
about square dancing
•Square dancing was revived for a time by the initiatives of Henry Ford in the 1920’s. It was considered an excellent form of exercise and community
building, and means to acquire manners.
•Square dancing, with its European influences, is
truly an American tradition, dating back to the •Square dancing was rescued for a time and
birth of our country.
thrived in public schools through social dance in•Square dancing brought diverse cultures together, struction in the 20th century.
both African American and European, in an enjoy- •Square dancing developed standards for calling
able setting.
in the 1950’s, allowing for interchanging patterns.
•Square dancing in the 19th century evolved •Square dancing continues in western swing and
through new generations’ interpretations in pol- traditional styles today.
kas and waltzes.
•Square dancing has floundered in popularity in
•Square dancing was dated among the younger V
recent decades.
generation, at the dawn of the 19th century during •Square dancing can build community.
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JENNINGS & AYERS SCOREBOARD
Siegel 7 – Ripley 5
Siegel 17 – Hendersonville 3
Ripley 11 – Eagleville 1
Siegel 6 – Ripley 0
Oakland 3 – Riverdale 2
Siegel 9 – Beech 1
Fayetteville 12 – MTCS 0
Moore Co 12 – Eagleville 0
Riverdale 11 – La Vergne 5
Oakland 5 – Blackman 2
Stewarts Creek 4 – Smyrna 2
Community 15 – Eagleville 4
Franklin Rd. Christian 17 – MTCS 2
Siegel 12 – Stewarts Creek 1
HIGH SCHOOL SOCCER
Central 3 – Goodpasture 0
MTCS 2 – Cheatham Co. 0
Riverdale 3 – Smyrna 2
MTCS 3 – Fayetteville City 1
Stewarts Creek 6 – Franklin Co. 1
Smyrna 1 – Lebanon 0
MIDDLE SCHOOL SOCCER
Blackman 2 – Smyrna 1
Stewarts Creek 3 – Rock Springs 1
Rockvale 0 – Central 0
Oakland 4 – Buchanan 1
Siegel 1 – Christiana 0
Blackman 2 – La Vergne 1
Smyrna 2 – Stewarts Creek 1
Siegel 8 – Buchanan 1
Rockvale 2 – Oakland 0
Christiana 3 – Central 1
MIDDLE SCHOOL BASEBALL
Siegel 14 – Stewarts Creek 0
MIDDLE SCHOOL SOFTBALL
MTCS 10 – Lipscomb 4
MTCS 16 – Ezell Harding 2
Riverdale 6 – Blackman 5
Siegel 7 – Stewarts Creek 1
Oakland 15 – LaVergne 5
Central 5 – Lexington 3 - @ Busch Stadium in
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MT Monarchs 12 – MTCS 2
Eagleville 5 – Collinwood 1
Siegel 5 – Independence 2
Collinwood 15 – Eagleville 14
Blackman 9 – Brentwood 7
MTCS 11 – Riverside Christian 3
Eagleville 8 – Community 1
Central 10 – Livingston 0
Central 17 – Livingston 0
Community 10 – Eagleville 7
Fayetteville 4 – MTCS 2
Blackman 10 – Oakland 5
Riverdale 7 – La Vergne 1
Smyrna 2 – Stewarts Creek 1
Brentwood 3 – Siegel 1
HIGH SCHOOL SOFTBALL
Blackman 6 – LaVergne 0
Oakland 5 – Smyrna 0
Dekalb Co. 6 – Central 0
Moore Co 16 – MTCS 1
La Vergne 7 – Eagleville 2
Siegel 4 – Hendersonville 1
Cascade 7 – Central 1
Lawrence Co. 4 – Siegel 3
Lawrence Co. 6 – Eagleville 4
Hendersonville 7 – La Vergne
Beech 5- Smyrna 3
Blackman 15 – Central 2
Lawrence Co. 5 – LaVergne 1
Siegel 9 – Lawrence Co. 0
Siegel 4 – Greenbrier 0
Smyrna 7 – Walker Valley 3
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HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL
April 26 (Tuesday)
MTCS @ Moore Co.
Blackman @ La Vergne
Eagleville @ Whitwell
Oakland @ Riverdale
Smyrna @ Siegel
Stewawrts Creek @
Centennial
Macon Co. @ Central
April 27 (Wednesday)
La Vergne @ Blackman
Riverdale @ Oakland
Siegel @ Smyrna
Centennial @ Stewarts
Creek
April 28 (Thursday)
Grace Christian @ MTCS
Blackman @ La Vergne
Oakland @ Riverdale
Smyrna @ Siegel
Central @ Coffee Co.
April 29 (Friday)
MTCS @ East Robertson
Mt. Juliet @ Riverdale
Siegel @ Tullahoma
Shelbyville @ Stewarts
Creek
April 30 (Saturday)
MTCS @ Forrest
Columbia @ Blackman
Eagleville @ Huntland
Smyrna @ Shelbyville
Central @ Upperman
May 2 (Monday)
Forrest @ MTCS
Huntland @ Eagleville
Stewarats Creek @
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Franklin @ Smyrna
Brentwood @ Oakland
Upperman @ Central
Siegel @ Summit
Rock Springs @ Siegel
Smyrna @ Rockvale
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April 26 (Tuesday)
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La Vergne @ Siegel
La Vergne @ Rockvale
Cane Ridge @ Smyrna
Blackman @ Stewarts Creek Rock Springs @ Stewarts
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Central @ Macon Co.
Siegel @ Blackman
Blackman @ Riverdale
Smyrna @ Central
April 28 (Thursday)
April
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Siegel @ Blackman
La Vergne @ Stewarts Creek Blackman @ Rock Springs
La Vergne @ Smyrna
Smyrna @ Riverdale
Oakland
@ Stewarts Creek
Oakland @ Coffee Co.
Rockvale
@ Christiana
Community @ Eagleville
Buchanan @ Central
April 29 (Friday)
NOTE: Tournament: May 2-7,
Lebanon @ Oakland
early rounds @ LaVergne
Trousdale Co. @ Smyrna
Park, championship rounds
April 29-30: Siegel in Coffee
at Rockvale
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April 27 (Wednesday)
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MTSU @ Tenn. Tech
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What sports fan category do fall under?
Fans (short for fanatics)
generally seem to fall into
three groups.
Group one: This is the average fan who wears team
colors to games and generally goes to games if the
weather
is decent. These
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folks usually have season
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tickets and seldom boo the
opposition.
They will sometimes travel to an away game. They
often arrive early for games and might leave early.
Their children might paint their faces. They do not sit
in the press box and might attend an on-campus alumni or team event. They will help with fund-raising.
Group two: These fans have reserved season tickets
and have likely had them for years. They wear team
colors to games but also wear them during the week at
work or elsewhere. This fan always attends games and
is a fixture at away games even if they have to fly there.
This fan does not schedule anything else on game
day, including funerals, weddings or other events.
This fan might have a mailbox, a front door or even a
garage door in team colors. All family members might
wear face paint but will definitely have a team sticker
on their car and/or a team license plate and are members of a team support and fund raising group.
They always own numerous team items, team flags
fly when they travel by car and they have chairs in
team colors. They will often attend team events such
as pep rallies, spring games and award dinners, plus
they often tailgate. If this fan cannot attend an away
game, they will meet the plane or bus when the team
returns, and yes, they boo the opposing teams.
This brings us to a really intense group 3. These
fan’s activities are, but not limited to, the following.
They often have an entire room in their home dedicated to their team or school. It is painted in team colors
and full of memorabilia such as mugs, signed photos
and sports equipment, game programs, uniforms, and
on and on.
Only death keeps these fans away from a game no
matter when or where it is played, but if they can’t go,
they have a huge TV. They own their own reserved
seat box and invite guests. Generally they have at least
one opposing team they really hate.
This last group would also include someone who
buys a car in team colors, names a pet after their favorite team or player and (are you ready?) names a
child after a player. Don’t argue with me. How many
children named Peyton are out there?
I know at least one person who has at least one of
the characteristics listed above. It’s great fun and generally harmless. Yes, a lot of the above applies to my
family and the Blue Raiders, and I make no apologies
except that I may own too many blue and white ties. I
don’t care!
MTSU women’s golf team
repeats as C-USA champion
It has been
a very productive year
for Blue Raider athletics.
MTSU’s
football team
won
seven
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and
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played in the
Bahamas Bowl, and both MTSU basketball teams won Conference USA tournament titles and reached the NCAA
tournament.
The Blue Raiders then made national headlines when they stunned No. 2
seed Michigan State 99-90 in the first
round of the NCAA tournament.
Last week, MTSU’s women’s golf
team joined the party as it repeated as
Conference USA champions.
MTSU shot 4-under par in the final
round to finish 13 strokes ahead of Old
Dominion at the Verandah Club in Fort
Myers, Florida.
“I’m still in a daze after all of those
birdies we had at the end,” MTSU coach
Chris Adams said. “Still in a little bit of
shock. It’s just an amazing feeling to
win the conference again.
“It was kind of hard to keep track of
the scores out there, and I really had no
idea where we were down the stretch
but I knew it was going to be close. I
knew all we had to do was stick to the
plan because we love the back nine and
have made a lot of birdies there. We just
had to stay patient.”
The C-USA Championship is not
only MTSU’s second in two years, but is
the second conference title in the history
of the program, which has consistently
climbed the national rankings under
the direction of Adams.
The Blue Raiders are headed to their
second NCAA Regional May 5-7 af-
ter appearing in the St. George, Utah,
Regional a season ago. This season’s
NCAA Regional sites are Shoal Creek,
Alabama; Baton Rouge, Louisiana; Bryan, Texas and Stanford, California.
The NCAA Championship Selection
Show to find out their NCAA Regional
destination is today from 5-6 p.m. on
The Golf Channel. The team will gather
to watch the selection show at Sam’s
Sports Grill and invites all Blue Raider
supporters to join them for the event.
Freshman Hanley Long led MTSU
with back-to-back rounds of even par on
the first two days before a final round 71
1-under in the final round. She finished
runner-up overall at 9-under par.
Senior Emily Miller fired the best
round of the tournament in the field of
55 with a 5-under 67 on the final round
to tie for second. Samantha Gotcher finished in fifth place at 3-over par, while
freshman Jenna Burris tied for eighth
place. Senior Avery tied for 23rd.
“The seniors have laid the foundation
for the success of this team and we plan
on building on it,” Adams added. “I am
so proud of this team. Winning back to
back championships is pretty special.”
The so-called minor or Olympic
sports are often overlooked, but are a
very important part of the overall athletic department.
MTSU Athletics Director Chris Massaro has to be a happy man these days
considering the success the program
has enjoyed across the board this season.
Adams and the MTSU women’s golf
team deserve major kudos for another
job well done. Repeating as a champion in any sport is no easy task, but it’s
exactly what MTSU accomplished this
season.
Sports Editor Monte Hale Jr. may be
contacted at [email protected]
Clement signs with
Cumberland
Cumberland University volleyball coach Kathy Slaughter announced the signing of Riverale’s
Rachel Clement to scholarship papers lastweek for the 2016-17 academic year. She was
a First Team All-District selection as a junior and senior for coach Kim Miller, posting over
1,000 assists as a junior and 827 assists and 359 digs as a senior. She is the daughter of
Ray and Cheryl Clement.
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Blackman baseball takes key series over Oakland
By MATTHEW SAWYER
Murfreesboro Post
The Blackman Blaze (17-10, 10-5)
completed a three-game sweep over
the Oakland Patriots (12-13, 8-7) with a
3-1 victory at home Thursday night in a
game that was postponed an hour due
to rain.
The Blaze remain two and a half
games behind Stewarts Creek for second place in District 7-AAA as the Red
Hawks took two of three last week from
Smyrna.
“Tonight was a must win for us because if you look at the loss column we
actually have fewer losses than Stewarts Creek, so we knew we needed to
win out the regular season to put us
in a spot at a chance for second place,”
Blackman coach Justin Entrekin said. “I
thought the guys came out and handled
the situation nice. They just played for
tonight, and given the must-win situation, they responded well.”
Nathan Luther got the win for the
Blaze, giving up only one run and two
hits over 5-1/3 innings. Third baseman
Matt Harnish was brought on in relief
in the sixth inning as Luther reached
the 100-pitch mark and began to show
signs of wear. Harnish was able to complete the save, striking out two out of
seven batters faced.
“He (Luther) was starting to tire a bit,
and we had debated on whether to just
start the inning with Harnish,” Entreken said. “Harnish had previous success
with Preston and Pennington, so we felt
if he (Luther) could still throw strikes
and get through the first two hitters we
could then bring Harnish in.”
“Luther really did a great job. He kept
us there in the game the whole time. He
battled his way out of the fifth when
they had the bases loaded. It was a quality outing for him.”
After little action in the first two innings and a one-two-three top of the
third for Oakland, Blackman began the
scoring.
Blaze catcher Peyton Milam reached
first on a throwing error by Pats shortstop Zac Lemerand. Michael Dimartino came on as a courtesy runner and
was advanced to second on a sac bunt
by right fielder Austin Mabry. He then
scored on a liner to left center by left
fielder Donnel Bailey.
Oakland had a scoring opportunity
in the top of the fifth when right fielder
Cody Choate led off with a double, and
then two walks by Blaze pitcher Luther
loaded the bases with one out. However,
Luther was able to pitch his way out of
the inning with no runs scored.
In the bottom of the fifth the Blaze
would strike again. Mabry led off with a
single, stole second and then took third
on a wild pitch. Bailey then walked to
put runners at the corners. Clean-up
hitter Kody Keiser bunted for a hit and
an RBI that scored Mabry and advanced
Bailey. Harnish then rocketed one past
the shortstop that scored Bailey from
second.
Oakland scored its only run in the
top of the sixth on an RBI single by second baseman Jackson Cauthen.
Brice Bogle got the loss for Oakland,
going 4-1/3 inning and giving up two
runs on five hits.
Blackman was led offensively by
Harnish who, along with the save, went
3-for-3 with a double and an RBI. Bailey was 2-for-2 with an RBI and a run
scored. Choate went 3-for-3 with a double for the Patriots.
Former Lady Patriot Reaves joins Lady Vols staff
By MONTE HALE JR.
Murfreesboro Post
Former Oakland Lady Patriot basketball standout Sharrona Reaves (the former Sharrona Alexander) is almost coming home.
Reaves, who has spent the past
three seasons at West Virginia University as an assistant coach, has been
named an assistant and recruiting coordinator at Tennessee.
“It’s an exciting time,” Reaves said. “I
totally understand the expectations at
Tennessee, and I embrace them. This is a
tremendous career opportunity, and I’m
ready to get started.
“I know it was a tough regular season
at times, but they made the Elite Eight.
I’m ready to help build on that.”
Reaves said she didn’t apply for the
job, but said she’s known UT head coach
Holly Warrick from their days on the recruiting trail.
Warlick said Reaves’ recruiting ability
will be a key asset in her role at UT.
“I love coach Reaves’ energy and have
always been impressed with her ability to
recruit players at every level of basketball
and at every stop along the way,” Warlick
said. “She’s a native Tennessean and she
played in our league at Alabama, so she is
quite aware and understands the magnitude and history of this program.
“She’s had great success, especially at
West Virginia, where she brought in some
really dynamic freshmen who contributed early this season, including the Big
12 Freshman of the Year. She also was instrumental in WVU signing the top JUCO
player in the country this spring.
“What also stands out is her personality, as well as the love and passion for the
game she displays. I’m extremely excited
to have her join our staff, and I think she’s
going to bring great knowledge to our
program and be a really good fit at Ten-
nessee.”
Reaves said her familiarity with the
landscape of high school basketball in
Tennessee will be an advantage.
“Being born and raised in the state of
Tennessee and having the opportunity to
come back home and coach for the Lady
Vols and coach with Holly, it’s honestly
hard to put into words just how amazing
that is,” Reaves said. “I’m honored, extremely blessed, and it just means everything to me.
“ ... As a girl who played at Oakland
High School, I know what Tennessee
girls and women’s basketball is all about.
I know that we have to get the best in our
state, and I think I’ll be able to contribute
to that.”
After her playing career at Oakland,
Reaves was a forward at Alabama and
helped led the Crimson Tide to a pair of
NCAA tournament appearances, including the Sweet 16 in 1992-93 and the Final
Four in 1993-94. She was a team captain
as a senior.
Reaves graduated from OkaloosaWalton Community College in Niceville,
Florida, prior to earning a bachelor’s of
communication degree in 1995 at Alabama.
During Reaves’ recent stint in Morgantown, the Mountaineers went 78-30 record, including a No. 2 NCAA seed, a Big
12 regular season title and a 30-5 record in
2013-14. WVU earned a WNIT runner-up
finish in 2014-15 and was a No. 6 seed in
this year’s NCAA tournament.
“My career has prepared me for this opportunity,” she said. “I’ve been fortunate
to be at West Virginia University twice,
and I’m grateful to Coach Carey for giving
me those opportunities to help build the
program and help make it known out on
the recruiting trail. Same thing at Missisand develop players as a coach to compete
sippi State; these schools helped me learn
in the SEC, BIG EAST and Big 12.”
how to work hard and grind as recruiter
Sports Editor Monte Hale Jr. may be contacted at [email protected]
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From walk-on to scholarship player to graduate
Lady Raider guard Warden for ‘the next chapter in my life’
MTSU senior guard Caroline Warden was an orignal walk-on for the Lady Raiders. She’ll graduate on May 7 with a degree in biochemistry.
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By MONTE HALE JR.
Murfreesboro Post
Caroline Warden grew up in the tiny
town of Gainesboro dreaming of one day
playing basketball at the collegiate level.
“I grew up in a small town and there
wasn’t much to do other than play basketball,” Warden said. “Since my freshman
year I dreamed about playing at MTSU, and
thankful that I got that opportunity.”
The 5-foot-7 guard realized her dream,
going from an original walk-on to a full
scholarship player.
On May 7, Warden will earn a degree in
biochemistry and hopes to soon be working
for the TBI in the criminal investigation department.
Warden said playing basketball has prepared her for the work force, and she’ll leave
MTSU with “so many wonderful memories.”
“I don’t think many people thought I’d be
successful here,” Warden said. “That was
the drive behind what I was doing here. I
knew I could be successful and help this program be successful.
“There were times when I was frustrated,
but I never let it me get down. My role was I
took my shots when I got them, but I didn’t
really need to score. My role was to get people the ball and take care of it, and more than
anything, just be smart on the court. I think
that’s one of the reasons I got to play. It was
because of my basketball IQ.”
To say Warden is the epitome of the term
student-athlete would be an understatement.
She said she’ll be sad to leave MTSU behind,
but looks forward to the future.
“I’m very content and I’m ready for the
next chapter of my life,” Warden said. “I
don’t think anything will challenge me more
than playing for this program and being
a part of it. It’s been the most gut-checking
four years of my life, but it’s been the best
four years of my life.”
MTSU coach Rick Insell said Warden
brought intangibles to the program that will
be difficult to replace.
“I wish I could get one player like her every year,” Insell said. “She brings that toughness and never complains. She knows what
to do and does it will. She just flat busts it.
She’s a winner, she’s been one her whole life
and she’ll be successful in whatever she does
in the future. She’s a great kid with a bright
future.”
Warden said eventually being put on
scholarship after being a walk-on was a
crowning achievement for her personally.
“It was a very emotional day because of
everything I had worked for all my life,” she
affirmed. “I wanted this since I first started
to play. I had a dream. In that moment everything in my life was coming true.
“I knew I had earned it myself. It was
a great feeling. It’s all been amazing. I’ve
played with and against so many great
teams and players and players that are in the
WNBA. I know I gave everything I had here
for years, and I’m definitely going to leave
with no regrets.”
Sports Editor Monte Hale Jr. may be contacted at [email protected]
Oakland, Blackman football hope to exceed last year’s success
By MONTE HALE JR.
Murfreesboro Post
Oakland and Blackman were the top two football teams
in Rutherford County last season, and both figure to be at the
top of the District 7 next season.
However, that doesn’t mean each has question marks as
they go into spring practice.
Blackman begins spring practice today, while the Patriots
begin spring drills on May 3.
Oakland went 12-2 last season and made the semifinals of
the TSSAA state playoffs before falling to Maryville.
Replacing bodies up front will be the main concern this
While Oakland enjoyed an outstanding season, Creasy
spring, said Oakland coach Kevin Creasy.
said he will always set the bar higher.
“Our main objective is to find replacements for our losses
“Being our first year, we did some really good things,”
on the offensive line and defensive line,” he said. “We lost Creasy said. “But we weren’t satisfied. What we’ve got to do
three of our four defensive linemen and five out of our six is build on last year’s success. Last year we were kind of beoffensive linemen.
hind the eight ball getting here so late, but I feel like we’ll be
“We’ve got holes to fill. We lost two cornerbacks, and able to hit the ground running this year.”
we’ve just got a lot of quality people to replace. A lot of peoBlackman is coming off a 10-3 season, losing in the quarple played last year, but the chore is to put these guys in place terfinals of the playoffs to Oakland.
and get the most out of them. Most all of our skill guys are
The Blaze, like the Patriots, have several holes to fill, but
back, and we’re excited about that.”
coach David Watson believes he has the personnel to fill
those voids.
“I think the one thing is we really looked at film and identified our weaknesses,” Watson said. “We’re really going to
try and improve on those in the spring. We’ve got to get better on the perimeter and make sure we got those guys in the
right position to be successful.”
Blackman has holes to fill on its defensive line, but returns
the bulk of its back seven players.
“We lost three defensive linemen that were pretty good,”
he said. “We’ve got a lot coming back, though. Overall we
lost about five or six that played on defense, we had kids that
played as much as our starters.
“Offensively, we lost our quarterback and tailback, but we
like we’ve got kids coming back that can step right in and be
successful. When you get to our level, we’re going to have a
senior dominated team. We’ve got guys who have a lot of
experience. They might not have been starters, but we feel
like they’re ready to be right now.”
Next week: Will Kreisky takes over at Riverdale.
Sports Editor Monte Hale Jr. may be contacted at [email protected]
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MTSU baseball still struggles
By MONTE HALE JR.
Murfreesboro Post
MTSU’s baseball team continued to
dig itself a major hole in the Conference USA baseball race last weekend by
dropping a double-header to UAB last
Saturday.
UAB broke open a tight game and
rolled to a 10-1 victory, and the Blazers
then took the second game 5-2.
“UAB has one of the top pitching staffs in the conference,” MTSU
coach Jim McGuire said. “When you
go against them, you have to have the
mindset of putting up runs.”
Unfortunately for the Blue Raiders,
they managed just three runs and 14
hits in the two games.
Going into Sunday’s final game of
the series, the Blue Raiders were 16-24
overall and just 4-13 and mired in last
McGuire
place in the Conference USA standings. Only the top eight teams make the
league’s postseason tournament, meaning MTSU must surpass five teams to
accomplish that goal.
“Right now, we’re just trying to get
into the tournament,” McGuire said.
“It’s a tough league, and we have not
played well on the road. We’re at home
(this weekend) then we’re on the road
back-to-back weeks, so we’ve got to
make some things happen.”
The play of freshmen duo Drew
Huff (Riverdale High School) and Blake
Benefield (Siegel High School) proved
to be a highlight in the second game.
They combined for four hits. Huff extended his hit streak to a career best 10
games and drove in a run. Brad Jarreau
and AJ Spencer had the other hits.
Sophomore Jake Wyrick, who threw
a three-hit shutout against Charlotte the
previous week, allowed just two runs
in six inning, but UAB starter Ryan
Ruggles was too tough as he improved
to 5-2 on the season after allowing just
one run through 6-2/3 frames. Thomas
Lowery finished the game out to earn
his seventh save of the season.
In the first game, starter Tyler Trout
allowed four runs in six innings. MTSU
scored its only run in the top of the
ninth inning. Jarreau and Spencer led
MTSU at the plate with two hits apiece.
The Blue Raiders play at Tennessee
Tech on Wednesday and host Marshall
for a three-game series this weekend
beginning with Friday night’s 6 o’clock
game.
Sports Editor Monte Hale Jr. may be
contacted at [email protected]
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Organ Donation Creates Family Bond
It’s been said you have two families in
life: the one you’re born into and the one
you make. But I am part of another family,
a family brought together by fate. The bond
we share is that we are organ and tissue recipients whose lives were saved by the same
young man.
My donation story began when I was 13
years old and diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes. Diabetes is a disease that affects every
part of your body and every organ. But I was
young and thought I was invincible, so I did
not take as good care of myself as I should
have and I eventually faced kidney failure.
My nephrologist said that I would benefit
most from a kidney and pancreas transplant.
That started a long medical process to get
on the transplant list. During my exams, my
doctors discovered blocked arteries, which
led to a triple bypass. Then there were years
of dialysis – very hard years for me. I had a
terrible reaction to one of the medications I
had to take, and it was a stressful as we waited and waited for a transplant.
The only thing that kept me going was
wanting to continue to live for my wife, Tina,
and our children.
Then one day when we were getting
ready to leave the house, the phone rang. I almost didn’t answer it. But something made
me turn around and pick up the phone. The
person on the other end told me to come to
the hospital immediately. They had my organs for transplant.
I cannot describe the feeling. We were
overwhelmed. We had waited so long and
hoped so much that this day would come.
After the transplant, the surgeons told
me that when the kidney and pancreas were
transplanted, they started functioning immediately. I still had a few medical hurdles
to get past, but the surgery gave me my life
back again.
My donor’s name was Garrett Jude Fontenot. Later, I had the chance to meet his family at a special reception. Garrett was from
Abbeville, Louisiana, and was only 16 years
old when he died. At the reception, I met so
many people who loved him: his parents,
cousins, uncles, friends, grandparents, and
more.
I wasn’t the only recipient there. The
reception brought together other people
whose lives Garrett had also saved. His rela- Belcher
tives just took us all in, like we were their ing through his belongings, they found his too, and become part of this special family of
family, too.
driver’s license and realized that he had people who care.
It is a miraculous relationship that all of made that decision, too. Garrett had signed
For more information on organ and tisus share with Garrett’s family. We talk at up to be a donor when he got his license.
sue donation, please visit www.donatelifetn.
least once a month, we stay in touch, we visit
I volunteer now with Donate Life Ten- org.
one another every year. It is a bond that is nessee, to encourage others to sign up to be a
Darin Belcher and his wife, Tina, live in Murforever.
donor. This issue is so important to me and freesboro. Darin is a news photographer and ediWhen Garrett died in the hospital, his my family. It changes people’s lives. And it tor with WZTV-Fox Channel 17 in Nashville.
parents made the decision about organ and gives people like me a life to live.
tissue donation for him. But later, when goI hope that you will register to be a donor,
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PUBLIC NOTICE
PUBLIC NOTICE
PUBLIC NOTICE
PUBLIC NOTICE
PUBLIC NOTICE
PUBLIC NOTICE
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STATE OF INDIANA
COUNTY OF LAKE
SS: IN THE LAKE SUPERIOR COURT
JUVENILE DIVISON
CROWN POINT, INDIANA
IN RE THE TERMINATION OF
PARENTAL RIGHTS OF:
Christopher Robinson, b. 2/1/2010
Dariona Robinson, b. 2/26/2013
(Minor children) And
Latoy Hodges, Isaac Jamison,Sharana
Robinson, and Any Unknown Alleged Fathers
CAUSE NO: 45D06-1508-JT-000210
45D06-1508-JT-000211
SUMMONS FOR SERVICE BY
PUBLICATION & NOTICE OF
TERMINATION OF PARENTAL
RIGHTS HEARING
TO: Latoy Hodges, Isaac Jamison and Any
Unknown Alleged Fathers
(The Parents)
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to Latoy Hodges,
Isaac Jamison, whose current whereabouts
are unknown and who are the alleged fathers
of Christopher Robinson (b. 2/1/2010) and
Dariona Robinson (b. 2/26/2013), and Any
Unknown Alleged Fathers, whose whereabouts
are also unknown, that the Indiana Department
of Child Services has filed a Petition for
Involuntary Termination of your Parental Rights,
a copy of which is on file with the above court.
A TERMINATION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS
FACT-FINDING HEARING at which Latoy
Hodges, Isaac Jamison, and Any Unknown
Alleged Fathers must appear is scheduled for
June 7, 2016 at 8:30 a.m., at the JUVENILE
JUSTICE COMPLEX, 3000 W. 93rd Avenue,
Crown Point, Indiana 46307. At said hearing,
the court will consider the Petition and
evidence thereon and will render its decision
as to whether the parent-child relationship
should be severed. Your failure to appear after
lawful notice will be deemed as your default
and waiver to be present at said hearing and
the case will go forward in your absence.
YOU ARE FURTHER NOTIFIED that if the
allegations in said petition are true and/or if you
fail to appear at the hearing, the Juvenile Court
may terminate your parent-child relationship;
and if the court terminates your parent-child
relationship you will lose all parental rights,
powers, privileges, immunities, duties and
obligations including any rights to custody,
control, visitation, or support in said children;
and if the court terminates your parent-child
relationship, it will be permanently terminated,
and thereafter you may not contest any
adoption or other placement of said children.
YOU ARE ENTITLED TO REPRESENTATION
BY AN ATTORNEY, provided by the State
if necessary, throughout this proceeding
to terminate the parent-child relationship.
YOU MUST RESPOND by appearing in person
or by an attorney within thirty (30) days after the
last publication of this notice, and in the event
you fail to do so, an adjudication on said petition
and termination of your parental rights may
be entered against you without further notice.
THE ATTORNEY REPRESENTING THE
INDIANA DEPARTMENT OF CHILD
SERVICES is James Mooneyhan, Attorney
No. 30041-64, 661 Broadway, Gary, Indiana
46402, (219) 881-5906.
Dated this March 24, 2016.
MICHAEL BROWN, CLERK
BY _______________________
Deputy Clerk
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NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
STATE OF TENNESSEE, RUTHERFORD
COUNTY
WHEREAS, Troy C. Chaffin executed
a Deed of Trust to Mortgage Electronic
Registration Systems, Inc. as nominee for
Quicken Loans Inc, Lender and Joseph
B. Pitt Jr., Trustee(s), which was dated
April 10, 2013 and recorded on April 25,
2013 in Book 1213, Page 1799, Rutherford
County, Tennessee Register of Deeds.
WHEREAS, default having been made in
the payment of the debt(s) and obligation(s)
thereby secured by the said Deed of Trust
and the current holder of said Deed of Trust,
Quicken Loans Inc., (the “Holder”), appointed
the undersigned, Brock & Scott, PLLC, as
Substitute Trustee, by an instrument duly
recorded in the Office of the Register of Deeds
of Rutherford County, Tennessee, with all the
rights, powers and privileges of the original
Trustee named in said Deed of Trust; and
NOW, THEREFORE, notice is hereby given
that the entire indebtedness has been declared
due and payable as provided in said Deed of
Trust by the Holder, and that as agent for the
undersigned, Brock & Scott, PLLC, Substitute
Trustee, by virtue of the power and authority
vested in it, will on May 5, 2016, at 10:00AM
at the usual and customary location at the
Rutherford County Courthouse, Murfreesboro,
Tennessee, proceed to sell at public outcry
to the highest and best bidder for cash,
the following described property situated
in Rutherford County, Tennessee, to wit:
Tax Id Number(s) 048 061 02, 048 06102
Land Situated In the City of Murfreesboro In
the County of Rutherford in the State of TN
A CERTAIN TRACT OR PARCEL OF LAND
LOCATED IN THE 9TH CML DISTRICT OF
RUTHERFORD COUNTY TENNESSEE,
AND BEING MORE PARTICULARLY
DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS, TO-WIT
BEGINNING AT A PIN IN THE CENTERLINE
OF NEW SECTION OF BUCKEYE BOTTOM
ROAD, BEING THE NORTHEAST CORNER
OF THIS TRACT AND BEING SOUTH 15
DEGREES 30 MINUTES WEST 500.00
FEET FROM A PIN IN LINE WITH THE
CENTER LINE OF INTERSECTION OF
PRESENT BUCKEYE BOTTOM ROAD AND
NEW SECTION OF SAID ROAD, THENCE
LEAVING ROAD AND WITH SOUTH LINE
OF OTHER LANDS OF PATTON NORTH 87
DEGREES 40 MINUTES WEST THROUGH
A PIN SET 25 FEET OFF CENTERLINE OF
ROAD AND CONTINUING A DISTANCE
OF 200 FEET OFF CENTER LINE OF
ROAD AND CONTINUING A DISTANCE OF
200 FEET TO A PIN, THENCE SOUTH 15
DEGREES 30 MINUTES WEST 100 FEET
TO A PIN, THENCE SOUTH 87 DEGREES
53 MINUTES EAST THROUGH A PIN SET 25
FEET OFF CENTERLINE OF NEW SECTION
OF BUCKEYE BOTTOM ROAD 200 FEET TO
A PIN IN THE CENTERLINE OF SAID ROAD,
THENCE WITH CENTERLINE OF SAID
ROAD NORTH 15 DEGREES 30 MINUTES
EAST 100 FEET TO DIE BEGINNING, AND
BEING A PORTION OF TRACT NO 5 OF
PROPERTY SURVEY OF DEWEY PATTON,
JR NOTE The Company is prohibited from
insuring the area or quantity of the land
The Company does not represent that any
acreage or footage calculations are correct
References to quantity are for identification
purposes only Being the same property
conveyed to Troy C Chaffin, unmarried,
by deed dated March 9, 2006 of record in
Deed Book 609, Page 3964, in the County
Clerk’s Office Commonly known as 6021
Buckeye Valley Rd, Murfreesboro, TN 37129
Parcel
ID
Number:
04806102000
Address/Description:
6021
Buckeye
Valley Road, Murfreesboro, TN 37129.
Current Owner(s): Troy C. Chaffin.
Other
Interested
Party(ies):
N/A
The sale of the property described above
shall be subject to all matters shown on
any recorded plat; any and all liens against
said property for unpaid property taxes;
any restrictive covenants, easements or
set-back lines that may be applicable; any
prior liens or encumbrances as well as any
priority created by a fixture filing; a deed
of trust; and any matter than an accurate
survey of the premises might disclose; and
All right and equity of redemption, statutory or
otherwise, homestead, and dower are expressly
waived in said Deed of Trust, and the title is
believed to be good, but the undersigned will
sell and convey only as Substitute Trustee. The
right is reserved to adjourn the day of the sale
to another day, time, and place certain without
further publication, upon announcement at the
time and place for the sale set forth above.
This office is attempting to collect a debt. Any
information obtained will be used for that purpose.
Brock & Scott, PLLC, Substitute Trustee
c/o Tennessee Foreclosure Department
277 Mallory Station Road
Suite 115
Franklin, TN 37067
PH: 615-550-7697 FX: 615-550-8484
File No.: 16-03453 FC01
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NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
STATE OF TENNESSEE, RUTHERFORD
COUNTY
WHEREAS, David R. McNamara executed
a Deed of Trust to Mortgage Electronic
Registration Systems, Inc. as nominee for
SunTrust Mortgage, Inc., Lender and Larry
A. Weissman, Trustee(s), which was dated
December 26, 2007 and recorded on January
2, 2008 in Book 809, Page 3720, Rutherford
County, Tennessee Register of Deeds.
WHEREAS, default having been made in the
payment of the debt(s) and obligation(s) thereby
secured by the said Deed of Trust and the
current holder of said Deed of Trust, SunTrust
Mortgage, Inc., (the “Holder”), appointed
the undersigned, Brock & Scott, PLLC, as
Substitute Trustee, by an instrument duly
recorded in the Office of the Register of Deeds
of Rutherford County, Tennessee, with all the
rights, powers and privileges of the original
Trustee named in said Deed of Trust; and
NOW, THEREFORE, notice is hereby given
that the entire indebtedness has been declared
due and payable as provided in said Deed of
Trust by the Holder, and that as agent for the
undersigned, Brock & Scott, PLLC, Substitute
Trustee, by virtue of the power and authority
vested in it, will on May 5, 2016, at 10:00AM
at the usual and customary location at the
Rutherford County Courthouse, Murfreesboro,
Tennessee, proceed to sell at public outcry
to the highest and best bidder for cash,
the following described property situated
in Rutherford County, Tennessee, to wit:
Being all of Unit No. 26, on the plan of
Horizontal Property Regime, Private
Element Plat, Cottages of Willowbrook, Lot
8, Willowbrook Subdivision, according to
plat and survey appearing of record in Plat
Book 31, Page 85, of the Register’s Office of
Rutherford County, Tennessee, to which plat
reference is hereby made for more complete
details of location and description of said lot.
Being the same property conveyed to
David R. McNamara, a single man, by
deed from Ole South Properties, Inc., a
Tennessee Corporation, dated December
26, 2007, appearing of record in Record
Book 809, Page 3717, of the Register’s
Office of Rutherford County, Tennessee.
This conveyance is made subject to Declaration
of Covenants contained in instrument of record
in Record Book 725, Page 2903, as amended
of record in Record Book 757, Page 2236; ByLaws of Cottages at Willowbrook Homeowner’s
Association, Inc., a Tennessee Corporation
of record in Record Book 725, Page 2938;
Easement to BellSouth of record in Deed Book
579, Page 275; Easement to Consolidated
Utility District of record in Deed Book 535,
Page 141; Easement to City of Murfreesboro of
record in Deed Book 295, Page 848, in Deed
Book 383 Page 84, and in Deed Book 590,
Page 229; Subdivision Easement and Street
Grant of record in Record Book 713, Page
3122; Surveyor’s Certificate of Correction(s)
of record in Deed Book 574 Page 818, and in
Record Book 755, Page 2038; Property may
lie within special flood area as designated on
Community Map #470165, Panel 0005-C;
access Easement to Willowbrook Drive, and
applicable matters, shown on Plat Book 18,
Page 16 (See also Surveyor’s Certificate of
Correction(s) of record in Deed Book 574,
Page 818); Charter of Cottages at Willowbrook
Homeowners Association, Inc., a Tennessee
Corporation of record in Record Book 725,
Page 2891; and to any and all matters shown
on said plat and survey of record in Plat Book
31, Page 85; all of said Register’s Office.
Parcel ID Number: 081 079 04 026
Address/Description:
1309
Vermont
Court,
Murfreesboro,
TN
37130.
Current Owner(s): David R. McNamara.
Other Interested Party(ies): Cottages at
Willowbrook Homeowners Association, Inc..
The sale of the property described above
shall be subject to all matters shown on
any recorded plat; any and all liens against
said property for unpaid property taxes;
any restrictive covenants, easements or
set-back lines that may be applicable; any
prior liens or encumbrances as well as any
priority created by a fixture filing; a deed
of trust; and any matter than an accurate
survey of the premises might disclose; and
All right and equity of redemption, statutory or
otherwise, homestead, and dower are expressly
waived in said Deed of Trust, and the title is
believed to be good, but the undersigned will
sell and convey only as Substitute Trustee. The
right is reserved to adjourn the day of the sale
to another day, time, and place certain without
further publication, upon announcement at the
time and place for the sale set forth above.
This office is attempting to collect a debt. Any
information obtained will be used for that purpose.
Brock & Scott, PLLC, Substitute Trustee
c/o Tennessee Foreclosure Department
277 Mallory Station Road
Suite 115
Franklin, TN 37067
PH: 615-550-7697 FX: 615-550-8484
File No.: 14-15984 FC03
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NOTICE
TO
CREDITORS
Estate of Edward B. Maupin III, Deceased
Notice is hereby given that on the 8th day
of April , 2016, Letters Testamentary in
respect of the estate of Edward B. Maupin
III, deceased, who died February 04, 2016,
were issued to the undersigned by the Probate
Court of Rutherford County, Tennessee. All
persons, resident and non-resident, having
claims, matured or unmatured against the
estate are required to file the same with the
Clerk of the above named Court on or before
the earlier of the dates prescribed in (1) or
(2), otherwise claims will be forever barred:
(1) (A) Four (4) months from the date of
the first publication (or posting, as the
case may be) of this Notice if the creditor
received an actual copy of the Notice to
Creditors at least sixty (60) before the date
of the date that is four (4) months from the
date of the first publication (or posting); or
(B) Sixty (60) days from the date of the creditor
received an actual copy of the Notice to
Creditors, if the creditor received the copy of the
Notice less than sixty (60) days prior to the date
that is four (4) months from the date of the first
publication (or posting) as described in (1)(A); or
(2)
Twelve
(12)
months
from
the
decedent’s
date
of
death.
This the 8th day of April, 2016
Signed s/ John Bowlin Maupin
Executor
Estate of Edward B. Maupin III
Deceased
Attorney
Josh A McCreary
Lisa Crowell
County Clerk
Erin Harwell
Deputy Clerk
To be run
04/18/2016 & 4/25/2016
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NOTICE
TO
CREDITORS
Estateof PeggyJoyceBaileyDetwiler,Deceased
Notice is hereby given that on the 8th day of
April , 2016, Letters Testamentary in respect
of the estate of Peggy Joyce Bailey Detwiler,
deceased, who died February 15, 2016, were
issued to the undersigned by the Probate
Court of Rutherford County, Tennessee. All
persons, resident and non-resident, having
claims, matured or unmatured against the
estate are required to file the same with the
Clerk of the above named Court on or before
the earlier of the dates prescribed in (1) or
(2), otherwise claims will be forever barred:
(1) (A) Four (4) months from the date of
the first publication (or posting, as the
case may be) of this Notice if the creditor
received an actual copy of the Notice to
Creditors at least sixty (60) before the date
of the date that is four (4) months from the
date of the first publication (or posting); or
(B) Sixty (60) days from the date of the creditor
received an actual copy of the Notice to
Creditors, if the creditor received the copy of the
Notice less than sixty (60) days prior to the date
that is four (4) months from the date of the first
publication (or posting) as described in (1)(A); or
(2)
Twelve
(12)
months
from
the
decedent’s
date
of
death.
This the 8th day of April, 2016
Signed s/ Donald V Detwiler
Executor
Estate of Peggy Joyce Bailey Detwiler
Deceased
Attorney
K Gregory Tucker
Lisa Crowell
County Clerk
Erin Harwell
Deputy Clerk
To be run
04/18/2016 & 4/25/2016
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NOTICE
TO
CREDITORS
Estate of Raymond Delbridge, Deceased
Notice is hereby given that on the 5th day
of April , 2016, Letters Testamentary in
respect of the estate of Raymond Delbridge,
deceased, who died January 23, 2016, were
issued to the undersigned by the Probate
Court of Rutherford County, Tennessee. All
persons, resident and non-resident, having
claims, matured or unmatured against the
estate are required to file the same with the
Clerk of the above named Court on or before
the earlier of the dates prescribed in (1) or
(2), otherwise claims will be forever barred:
(1) (A) Four (4) months from the date of
the first publication (or posting, as the
case may be) of this Notice if the creditor
received an actual copy of the Notice to
Creditors at least sixty (60) before the date
of the date that is four (4) months from the
date of the first publication (or posting); or
(B) Sixty (60) days from the date of the creditor
received an actual copy of the Notice to
Creditors, if the creditor received the copy of the
Notice less than sixty (60) days prior to the date
that is four (4) months from the date of the first
publication (or posting) as described in (1)(A); or
(2)
Twelve
(12)
months
from
the
decedent’s
date
of
death.
This the 5th day of April, 2016
Signed s/ Margaret Ledbetter
Executrix
Estate of Raymond Delbridge
Deceased
Attorney
Ashley D. Stearns & W. Kent Coleman
Lisa Crowell
County Clerk
Lisa Harrell
Administrative Supervisor
To be run
04/18/2016 & 4/25/2016
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NOTICE
TO
CREDITORS
Estate of Marvene J. Pearre, Deceased
Notice is hereby given that on the 6th day of
April , 2016, Letters Testamentary in respect
of the estate of Marvene J. Pearre, deceased,
who died February 10, 2016, were issued
to the undersigned by the Probate Court of
Rutherford County, Tennessee. All persons,
resident and non-resident, having claims,
matured or unmatured against the estate
are required to file the same with the Clerk
of the above named Court on or before
the earlier of the dates prescribed in (1) or
(2), otherwise claims will be forever barred:
(1) (A) Four (4) months from the date of
the first publication (or posting, as the
case may be) of this Notice if the creditor
received an actual copy of the Notice to
Creditors at least sixty (60) before the date
of the date that is four (4) months from the
date of the first publication (or posting); or
(B) Sixty (60) days from the date of the creditor
received an actual copy of the Notice to
Creditors, if the creditor received the copy of the
Notice less than sixty (60) days prior to the date
that is four (4) months from the date of the first
publication (or posting) as described in (1)(A); or
(2)
Twelve
(12)
months
from
the
decedent’s
date
of
death.
This the 6th day of April, 2016
Signed s/ Judy C Cooper
Executrix
Estate of Marvene J. Pearre
Deceased
Attorney
Jeff McCullough
Lisa Crowell
County Clerk
Lisa Harrell
Administrative Supervisor
To be run
04/18/2016 & 4/25/2016
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NOTICE
TO
CREDITORS
Estate of Vivian Ellen Asp, Deceased
Notice is hereby given that on the 6th day of
April , 2016, Letters Testamentary in respect
of the estate of Vivian Ellen Asp, deceased,
who died November 26, 2015, were issued
to the undersigned by the Probate Court of
Rutherford County, Tennessee. All persons,
resident and non-resident, having claims,
matured or unmatured against the estate
are required to file the same with the Clerk
of the above named Court on or before
the earlier of the dates prescribed in (1) or
(2), otherwise claims will be forever barred:
(1) (A) Four (4) months from the date of
the first publication (or posting, as the
case may be) of this Notice if the creditor
received an actual copy of the Notice to
Creditors at least sixty (60) before the date
of the date that is four (4) months from the
date of the first publication (or posting); or
(B) Sixty (60) days from the date of the creditor
received an actual copy of the Notice to
Creditors, if the creditor received the copy of the
Notice less than sixty (60) days prior to the date
that is four (4) months from the date of the first
publication (or posting) as described in (1)(A); or
(2)
Twelve
(12)
months
from
the
decedent’s
date
of
death.
This the 6th day of April, 2016
Signed s/ Robin Silovich
Executor
Estate of Vivian Ellen Asp
Deceased
Attorney
Tara Hawley Carter
Lisa Crowell
County Clerk
Cindy Mathis
Deputy Clerk
To be run
04/18/2016 & 4/25/2016
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
NOTICE
TO
CREDITORS
Estate of
Joanne Neely, Deceased
Notice is hereby given that on the 8th day of
April , 2016, Letters Testamentary in respect
of the estate of Joanne Neely, deceased,
who died December 25, 2015, were issued
to the undersigned by the Probate Court of
Rutherford County, Tennessee. All persons,
resident and non-resident, having claims,
matured or unmatured against the estate
are required to file the same with the Clerk
of the above named Court on or before
the earlier of the dates prescribed in (1) or
(2), otherwise claims will be forever barred:
(1) (A) Four (4) months from the date of
the first publication (or posting, as the
case may be) of this Notice if the creditor
received an actual copy of the Notice to
Creditors at least sixty (60) before the date
of the date that is four (4) months from the
date of the first publication (or posting); or
(B) Sixty (60) days from the date of the creditor
received an actual copy of the Notice to
Creditors, if the creditor received the copy of the
Notice less than sixty (60) days prior to the date
that is four (4) months from the date of the first
publication (or posting) as described in (1)(A); or
(2)
Twelve
(12)
months
from
the
decedent’s
date
of
death.
This the 8th day of April, 2016
Signed s/ Randall Winford Brewer
Executor
Estate of Joanne Neely
Deceased
Attorney
Rick G Mansfield
Lisa Crowell
County Clerk
Rick Spence
Deputy Clerk
To be run
04/18/2016 & 4/25/2016
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
NOTICE
TO
CREDITORS
Estate of Odie Davenport Miller, Deceased
Notice is hereby given that on the 8th day
of April , 2016, Letters Testamentary in
respect of the estate of Odie Davenport Miller,
deceased, who died November 16, 2015,
were issued to the undersigned by the Probate
Court of Rutherford County, Tennessee. All
persons, resident and non-resident, having
claims, matured or unmatured against the
estate are required to file the same with the
Clerk of the above named Court on or before
the earlier of the dates prescribed in (1) or
(2), otherwise claims will be forever barred:
(1) (A) Four (4) months from the date of
the first publication (or posting, as the
case may be) of this Notice if the creditor
received an actual copy of the Notice to
Creditors at least sixty (60) before the date
of the date that is four (4) months from the
date of the first publication (or posting); or
(B) Sixty (60) days from the date of the creditor
received an actual copy of the Notice to
Creditors, if the creditor received the copy of the
Notice less than sixty (60) days prior to the date
that is four (4) months from the date of the first
publication (or posting) as described in (1)(A); or
(2)
Twelve
(12)
months
from
the
decedent’s
date
of
death.
This the 8th day of April, 2016
Signed s/ Shirley Fay Miller
Executrix
Estate of Odie Davenport Miller
Deceased
Attorney
John H. Baker III
Lisa Crowell
County Clerk
Rick Spence
Deputy Clerk
To be run
04/18/2016 & 4/25/2016
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
NOTICE
TO
CREDITORS
Estate of Catherine L. Dodd, Deceased
Notice is hereby given that on the 8th day
of April , 2016, Letters Testamentary in
respect of the estate of Catherine L. Dodd,
deceased, who died March 17, 2016, were
issued to the undersigned by the Probate
Court of Rutherford County, Tennessee. All
persons, resident and non-resident, having
claims, matured or unmatured against the
estate are required to file the same with the
Clerk of the above named Court on or before
the earlier of the dates prescribed in (1) or
(2), otherwise claims will be forever barred:
(1) (A) Four (4) months from the date of
the first publication (or posting, as the
case may be) of this Notice if the creditor
received an actual copy of the Notice to
Creditors at least sixty (60) before the date
of the date that is four (4) months from the
date of the first publication (or posting); or
(B) Sixty (60) days from the date of the creditor
received an actual copy of the Notice to
Creditors, if the creditor received the copy of the
Notice less than sixty (60) days prior to the date
that is four (4) months from the date of the first
publication (or posting) as described in (1)(A); or
(2)
Twelve
(12)
months
from
the
decedent’s
date
of
death.
This the 8th day of April, 2016
Signed s/ Tracey Leigh Bryant
Co-Executrix
Signed s/ Jennifer Leigh Frey
Co-Executrix
Estate of Catherine L. Dodd
Deceased
Attorney
Dwayne W. Barrett
Lisa Crowell
County Clerk
Cindy Mathis
Deputy Clerk
To be run
04/18/2016 & 4/25/2016
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
NOTICE
TO
CREDITORS
Estate of Eva A. Hartman, Deceased
Notice is hereby given that on the 11th day of
April , 2016, Letters Testamentary in respect
of the estate of Eva A. Hartman, deceased,
who died February 29, 2016, were issued
to the undersigned by the Probate Court of
Rutherford County, Tennessee. All persons,
resident and non-resident, having claims,
matured or unmatured against the estate
are required to file the same with the Clerk
of the above named Court on or before
the earlier of the dates prescribed in (1) or
(2), otherwise claims will be forever barred:
(1) (A) Four (4) months from the date of
the first publication (or posting, as the
case may be) of this Notice if the creditor
received an actual copy of the Notice to
Creditors at least sixty (60) before the date
of the date that is four (4) months from the
date of the first publication (or posting); or
(B) Sixty (60) days from the date of the creditor
received an actual copy of the Notice to
Creditors, if the creditor received the copy of the
Notice less than sixty (60) days prior to the date
that is four (4) months from the date of the first
publication (or posting) as described in (1)(A); or
(2)
Twelve
(12)
months
from
the
decedent’s
date
of
death.
This the 11th day of April, 2016
Signed s/ Kathleen Hartman
Co-Executrix
Signed s/ Denise Hartman
Co-Executrix
Estate of Eva A. Hartman
Deceased
Attorney
Jeff McCullough
Lisa Crowell
County Clerk
Cindy Mathis
Deputy Clerk
To be run
04/18/2016 & 4/25/2016
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continued on A26
A26 — MONDAY, APRIL 25, 2016
MURFREESBOROPOST.COM
continued from A25
PUBLIC NOTICE
PUBLIC NOTICE
PUBLIC NOTICE
PUBLIC NOTICE
PUBLIC NOTICE
PUBLIC NOTICE
NOTICE OF SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE’S
SALE WHEREAS, default has occurred
in the performance of the covenants,
terms and conditions of a Deed of Trust
dated September 4, 2014, executed by
STEVE
HOLLANDSWORTH,
TONYA
HOLLANDSWORTH, CAITLIN A. MURPHY,
conveying certain real property therein
described to Andrew C. Rambo, as Trustee,
as same appears of record in the Register’s
Office of Rutherford County, Tennessee
recorded September 10, 2014, in Deed Book
1321, Page 3970-3979; and WHEREAS, the
beneficial interest of said Deed of Trust was
last transferred and assigned to The Money
Source, Inc who is now the owner of said debt;
and WHEREAS, the undersigned,Rubin Lublin
TN, PLLC, having been appointed as Substitute
Trustee by instrument to be filed for record in
the Register’s Office of Rutherford County,
Tennessee. NOW, THEREFORE, notice is
hereby given that the entire indebtedness
has been declared due and payable, and that
the undersigned, Rubin Lublin TN, PLLC, as
Substitute Trustee or his duly appointed agent,
by virtue of the power, duty and authority vested
and imposed upon said Substitute Trustee
will, on May 19, 2016 at 10:00 AM at the
courthouse door where the foreclosure sales
are customarily held, located in Murfreesboro,
Tennessee, proceed to sell at public outcry to
the highest and best bidder for cash or certified
funds ONLY, the following described property
situated in Rutherford County, Tennessee,
to wit: LAND BEING A CERTAIN TRACT
OR PARCEL OF LAND IN RUTHERFORD
COUNTY, TENNESSEE, DESCRIBED AS
FOLLOWS, TO-WIT: LYING AND BEING
IN THE OLD THIRD WARD OF THE CITY
OF MURFREESBORO, AND BEING ON
THE EAST SIDE OF NORTH SPRING
STREET AND KNOWN AND DESIGNATED
AS CITY STREET NUMBER 906 NORTH
SPRING STREET. SAID LOT FRONTING
94 FEET MORE OR LESS, ON THE EAST
SIDE OF NORTH SPRING STREET AND
RUNS BACK IN AN EASTERLY DIRECTION
BETWEEN PARALLEL LINES, 130 FEET,
MORE OR LESS TO A DEAD LINE. Parcel
ID: 091E-B-032.00 PROPERTY ADDRESS:
The street address of the property is believed
to be 906 N SPRING ST, MURFREESBORO,
TN 37130. In the event of any discrepancy
between this street address and the legal
description of the property, the legal description
shall control. CURRENT OWNER(S):
STEVE
HOLLANDSWORTH,
TONYA
HOLLANDSWORTH, CAITLIN A. MURPHY
OTHER INTERESTED PARTIES: The sale of
the above-described property shall be subject
to all matters shown on any recorded plat;
any unpaid taxes; any restrictive covenants,
easements or set-back lines that may be
applicable; any prior liens or encumbrances
as well as any priority created by a fixture filing;
and to any matter that an accurate survey of
the premises might disclose. This property is
being sold with the express reservation that
it is subject to confirmation by the lender or
Substitute Trustee. This sale may be rescinded
at any time. The right is reserved to adjourn
the day of the sale to another day, time, and
place certain without further publication, upon
announcement at the time and place for the
sale set forth above. All right and equity of
redemption, statutory or otherwise, homestead,
and dower are expressly waived in said Deed
of Trust, and the title is believed to be good,
but the undersigned will sell and convey only
as Substitute Trustee. The Property is sold
as is, where is, without representations or
warranties of any kind, including fitness for a
particular use or purpose. THIS LAW FIRM
IS ATTEMPTING TO COLLECT A DEBT.
ANY INFORMATION OBTAINED WILL BE
USED FOR THAT PURPOSE. Rubin Lublin
TN, PLLC, Substitute Trustee 119 S. Main
Street, Suite 500 Memphis, TN 38103 www.
rubinlublin.com/property-listings.php
Tel:
(877) 813-0992 Fax: (404) 601-5846 Ad
#96522: 2016-04-18 2016-04-25, 2016-05-02
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
NOTICE OF SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE’S
SALE WHEREAS, default has occurred in
the performance of the covenants, terms and
conditions of a Deed of Trust dated June 23,
2004, executed by Cynthia Warden Beasley,
Terry Joe Beasley, conveying certain real
property therein described to WESLEY D.
TURNER, as Trustee, as same appears of
record in the Register’s Office of Rutherford
County, Tennessee recorded July 12, 2004,
in Deed Book 406, Page 1703 (also see the
Limited Subordination Agreement recorded
at Book 969, Page 2016); and WHEREAS,
the beneficial interest of said Deed of Trust
was last transferred and assigned to WELLS
FARGO BANK, N.A., AS TRUSTEE FOR THE
CERTIFICATEHOLDERS OF PARK PLACE
SECURITIES, INC., ASSET-BACKED PASSTHROUGH CERTIFICATES, SERIES 2004MCW1 who is now the owner of said debt; and
WHEREAS, the undersigned,Rubin Lublin TN,
PLLC, having been appointed as Substitute
Trustee by instrument to be filed for record in
the Register’s Office of Rutherford County,
Tennessee. NOW, THEREFORE, notice is
hereby given that the entire indebtedness
has been declared due and payable, and that
the undersigned, Rubin Lublin TN, PLLC, as
Substitute Trustee or his duly appointed agent,
by virtue of the power, duty and authority vested
and imposed upon said Substitute Trustee
will, on May 19, 2016 at 10:00 AM at the
courthouse door where the foreclosure sales
are customarily held, located in Murfreesboro,
Tennessee, proceed to sell at public outcry to
the highest and best bidder for cash or certified
funds ONLY, the following described property
situated in Rutherford County, Tennessee, to
wit: BEING A HOUSE AND LOT OF GROUND
KNOWN AND DESIGNATED AS 2009
COLLEGE VIEW ROAD AND BEGINNING
AT AN IRON PIPE IN THE NORTH LINE
OF COLLEGE VIEW ROAD 715.4 FEET
WESTWARD FROM THE CENTER LINE
OF LILLARD ROAD MEASURED ALONG
THE CENTER LINE OF COLLEGE VIEW
ROAD 715.4 FEET WESTWARD FROM THE
CENTER LINE OF COLLEGE VIEW ROAD,
THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF THE LOT
SOLD BY W. RILEY CLARK, JR., ET UX TO
VOORHIES; THENCE N 13 DEGREES 35
MINUTES W, 331.7 FEET TO AN IRON PIN;
THENCE WESTWARD 176.3 FEET TO AN
IRON PIN; THENCE SOUTH 13 DEGREES
35 MINUTES E, 424.2 FEET TO AN IRON
PIN IN THE NORTH LINE OF COLLEGE
VIEW ROAD; THENCE N 76 DEGREES 25
MINUTES E, WITH THE NORTH MARGIN OF
COLLEGE VIEW ROAD, 150 FEET TO THE
POINT OF BEGINNING AND BEING LOT
NO. 16 OF LILLARD FARM SUBDIVISION,
SECTION 1, ACCORDING TO SURVEY AND
PLAT OF SAME OF RECORD IN PLAT BOOK
1, PAGE 123, OF THE REGISTER`S OFFICE
OF RUTHERFORD COUNTY, TENNESSEE.
Parcel ID: 090k-b-033.00 PROPERTY
ADDRESS: The street address of the property
is believed to be 2009 College View Drive,
Murfreesboro, TN 37130. In the event of any
discrepancy between this street address
and the legal description of the property, the
legal description shall control. CURRENT
OWNER(S): Cynthia Warden Beasley,
Terry Joe Beasley OTHER INTERESTED
PARTIES: Administrator of the United States
Small Business Administration, an agency
of the Government of the United States of
America, Northstar Capital Acquisitions, LLC as
assignee of Capital One, ROBERT D. YATES,
Tennessee Department of Revenue The sale of
the above-described property shall be subject
to all matters shown on any recorded plat;
any unpaid taxes; any restrictive covenants,
easements or set-back lines that may be
applicable; any prior liens or encumbrances
as well as any priority created by a fixture filing;
and to any matter that an accurate survey of
the premises might disclose. This property is
being sold with the express reservation that
it is subject to confirmation by the lender or
Substitute Trustee. This sale may be rescinded
at any time. The right is reserved to adjourn
the day of the sale to another day, time, and
place certain without further publication, upon
announcement at the time and place for the
sale set forth above. All right and equity of
redemption, statutory or otherwise, homestead,
and dower are expressly waived in said Deed
of Trust, and the title is believed to be good, but
the undersigned will sell and convey only as
Substitute Trustee. The Property is sold as is,
where is, without representations or warranties
of any kind, including fitness for a particular use
or purpose. In addition this sale shall be subject
to the right of redemption by the Tennessee
Department of Revenue, pursuant to T.C.A. 671-1433C(1) by reason of the following tax lien(s)
of record in: Book 601, Page 2526. Notice of the
sale has been given to the State of Tennessee
in accordance with T.C.A.67-1-1433b(1). THIS
LAW FIRM IS ATTEMPTING TO COLLECT
A DEBT. ANY INFORMATION OBTAINED
WILL BE USED FOR THAT PURPOSE. Rubin
Lublin TN, PLLC, Substitute Trustee 119 S.
Main Street, Suite 500 Memphis, TN 38103
www.rubinlublin.com/property-listings.php
Tel: (877) 813-0992 Fax: (404) 601-5846 Ad
#96720: 2016-04-18 2016-04-25, 2016-05-02
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
NOTICE
TO
CREDITORS
Estate of Richard Charles Attig, Deceased
Notice is hereby given that on the 15th day
of April , 2016, Letters Testamentary in
respect of the estate of Richard Charles Attig,
deceased, who died February 04, 2016, were
issued to the undersigned by the Probate
Court of Rutherford County, Tennessee. All
persons, resident and non-resident, having
claims, matured or unmatured against the
estate are required to file the same with the
Clerk of the above named Court on or before
the earlier of the dates prescribed in (1) or
(2), otherwise claims will be forever barred:
(1) (A) Four (4) months from the date of
the first publication (or posting, as the
case may be) of this Notice if the creditor
received an actual copy of the Notice to
Creditors at least sixty (60) before the date
of the date that is four (4) months from the
date of the first publication (or posting); or
(B) Sixty (60) days from the date of the creditor
received an actual copy of the Notice to
Creditors, if the creditor received the copy of the
Notice less than sixty (60) days prior to the date
that is four (4) months from the date of the first
publication (or posting) as described in (1)(A); or
(2)
Twelve
(12)
months
from
the
decedent’s
date
of
death.
This the 15th day of April, 2016
Signed s/ Joanna Lynn Riggs
Executrix
Estate of Richard Charles Attig
Deceased
Attorney
Mark A. Polk
Lisa Crowell
County Clerk
Erin Harwell
Deputy Clerk
To be run
04/25/2016 & 5/02/2016
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
NOTICE
TO
CREDITORS
Estate of Wanda W. Creech, Deceased
Notice is hereby given that on the 15th day
of April , 2016, Letters Testamentary in
respect of the estate of Wanda W. Creech,
deceased, who died March 30, 2016, were
issued to the undersigned by the Probate
Court of Rutherford County, Tennessee. All
persons, resident and non-resident, having
claims, matured or unmatured against the
estate are required to file the same with the
Clerk of the above named Court on or before
the earlier of the dates prescribed in (1) or
(2), otherwise claims will be forever barred:
(1) (A) Four (4) months from the date of
the first publication (or posting, as the
case may be) of this Notice if the creditor
received an actual copy of the Notice to
Creditors at least sixty (60) before the date
of the date that is four (4) months from the
date of the first publication (or posting); or
(B) Sixty (60) days from the date of the creditor
received an actual copy of the Notice to
Creditors, if the creditor received the copy of the
Notice less than sixty (60) days prior to the date
that is four (4) months from the date of the first
publication (or posting) as described in (1)(A); or
(2)
Twelve
(12)
months
from
the
decedent’s
date
of
death.
This the 15th day of April, 2016
Signed s/ Laura Fagan
Co-Executrix
Signed s/ Lisa Creech Stafford
Co-Executrix
Estate of Wanda W. Creech
Deceased
Attorney
B. Jo Atwood
Lisa Crowell
County Clerk
Erin Harwell
Deputy Clerk
To be run
04/25/2016 & 5/02/2016
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
NOTICE
TO
CREDITORS
Estate of Annie Marie Smith, Deceased
Notice is hereby given that on the 15th day
of April , 2016, Letters Testamentary in
respect of the estate of Annie Marie Smith,
deceased, who died February 24, 2016, were
issued to the undersigned by the Probate
Court of Rutherford County, Tennessee. All
persons, resident and non-resident, having
claims, matured or unmatured against the
estate are required to file the same with the
Clerk of the above named Court on or before
the earlier of the dates prescribed in (1) or
(2), otherwise claims will be forever barred:
(1) (A) Four (4) months from the date of
the first publication (or posting, as the
case may be) of this Notice if the creditor
received an actual copy of the Notice to
Creditors at least sixty (60) before the date
of the date that is four (4) months from the
date of the first publication (or posting); or
(B) Sixty (60) days from the date of the creditor
received an actual copy of the Notice to
Creditors, if the creditor received the copy of the
Notice less than sixty (60) days prior to the date
that is four (4) months from the date of the first
publication (or posting) as described in (1)(A); or
(2)
Twelve
(12)
months
from
the
decedent’s
date
of
death.
This the 15th day of April, 2016
Signed s/ Thelma Bonita Smith
Executrix
Estate of Annie Marie Smith
Deceased
Attorney
Ashley D. Stearns
Lisa Crowell
County Clerk
Lisa Harrell
Administrative Supervisor
To be run
04/25/2016 & 5/02/2016
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
NOTICE
TO
CREDITORS
Estate of Nancy R. Demonbreun, Deceased
Notice is hereby given that on the 15th day of
April , 2016, Letters Testamentary in respect
of the estate of Nancy R. Demonbreun
,deceased, who died January 11, 2016, were
issued to the undersigned by the Probate
Court of Rutherford County, Tennessee. All
persons, resident and non-resident, having
claims, matured or unmatured against the
estate are required to file the same with the
Clerk of the above named Court on or before
the earlier of the dates prescribed in (1) or
(2), otherwise claims will be forever barred:
(1) (A) Four (4) months from the date of
the first publication (or posting, as the
case may be) of this Notice if the creditor
received an actual copy of the Notice to
Creditors at least sixty (60) before the date
of the date that is four (4) months from the
date of the first publication (or posting); or
(B) Sixty (60) days from the date of the creditor
received an actual copy of the Notice to
Creditors, if the creditor received the copy of the
Notice less than sixty (60) days prior to the date
that is four (4) months from the date of the first
publication (or posting) as described in (1)(A); or
(2)
Twelve
(12)
months
from
the
decedent’s
date
of
death.
This the 15th day of April, 2016
Signed s/ James P. Demonbreun
Co-Executor
Signed s/ Jonathan Scott Demonbreun
Co-Executor
Estate of Nancy R. Demonbreun
Deceased
Attorney
Thomas F. Hollingsworth
Lisa Crowell
County Clerk
Lisa Harrell
Administrative Supervisor
To be run
04/25/2016 & 5/02/2016
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
NOTICE
TO
CREDITORS
Estate of Opal Marie Wrather, Deceased
Notice is hereby given that on the 18th day
of April , 2016, Letters Testamentary in
respect of the estate of Opal Marie Wrather,
deceased, who died March 23, 2016, were
issued to the undersigned by the Probate
Court of Rutherford County, Tennessee. All
persons, resident and non-resident, having
claims, matured or unmatured against the
estate are required to file the same with the
Clerk of the above named Court on or before
the earlier of the dates prescribed in (1) or
(2), otherwise claims will be forever barred:
(1) (A) Four (4) months from the date of
the first publication (or posting, as the
case may be) of this Notice if the creditor
received an actual copy of the Notice to
Creditors at least sixty (60) before the date
of the date that is four (4) months from the
date of the first publication (or posting); or
(B) Sixty (60) days from the date of the creditor
received an actual copy of the Notice to
Creditors, if the creditor received the copy of the
Notice less than sixty (60) days prior to the date
that is four (4) months from the date of the first
publication (or posting) as described in (1)(A); or
(2)
Twelve
(12)
months
from
the
decedent’s
date
of
death.
This the 18th day of April, 2016
Signed s/ Robert D. Wrather
Executor
Estate of Opal Marie Wrather
Deceased
Attorney
Gary N Patton
Lisa Crowell
County Clerk
Cindy Mathis
Deputy Clerk
To be run
04/25/2016 & 5/02/2016
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
NOTICE
TO
CREDITORS
Estate of Dorothy M. Rogers, Deceased
Notice is hereby given that on the 13th day
of April , 2016, Letters Testamentary in
respect of the estate of Dorothy M. Rogers,
deceased, who died October 13, 2016, were
issued to the undersigned by the Probate
Court of Rutherford County, Tennessee. All
persons, resident and non-resident, having
claims, matured or unmatured against the
estate are required to file the same with the
Clerk of the above named Court on or before
the earlier of the dates prescribed in (1) or
(2), otherwise claims will be forever barred:
(1) (A) Four (4) months from the date of
the first publication (or posting, as the
case may be) of this Notice if the creditor
received an actual copy of the Notice to
Creditors at least sixty (60) before the date
of the date that is four (4) months from the
date of the first publication (or posting); or
(B) Sixty (60) days from the date of the creditor
received an actual copy of the Notice to
Creditors, if the creditor received the copy of the
Notice less than sixty (60) days prior to the date
that is four (4) months from the date of the first
publication (or posting) as described in (1)(A); or
(2)
Twelve
(12)
months
from
the
decedent’s
date
of
death.
This the 13th day of April, 2016
Signed s/ Anthony Wain Rogers
Co-Executor
Signed s/ Joseph Neil Rogers
Co-Executor
Estate of Dorothy M. Rogers
Deceased
Attorney
Racquel Peebles
Lisa Crowell
County Clerk
Erin Harwell
Deputy Clerk
To be run
04/25/2016 & 5/02/2016
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
NOTICE
TO
CREDITORS
Estate of Betty Lee Carter, Deceased
Notice is hereby given that on the 13th day
of April , 2016, Letters Testamentary in
respect of the estate of Betty Lee Carter,
deceased, who died March 12, 2016, were
issued to the undersigned by the Probate
Court of Rutherford County, Tennessee. All
persons, resident and non-resident, having
claims, matured or unmatured against the
estate are required to file the same with the
Clerk of the above named Court on or before
the earlier of the dates prescribed in (1) or
(2), otherwise claims will be forever barred:
(1) (A) Four (4) months from the date of
the first publication (or posting, as the
case may be) of this Notice if the creditor
received an actual copy of the Notice to
Creditors at least sixty (60) before the date
of the date that is four (4) months from the
date of the first publication (or posting); or
(B) Sixty (60) days from the date of the creditor
received an actual copy of the Notice to
Creditors, if the creditor received the copy of the
Notice less than sixty (60) days prior to the date
that is four (4) months from the date of the first
publication (or posting) as described in (1)(A); or
(2)
Twelve
(12)
months
from
the
decedent’s
date
of
death.
This the 13th day of April, 2016
Signed s/ Jack W. Robinson JR
Executor
Estate of Betty Lee Carter
Deceased
Attorney
Jack W. Robinson JR
Lisa Crowell
County Clerk
Rick Spence
Deputy Clerk
To be run
04/25/2016 & 5/02/2016
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NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
STATE
OF
TENNESSEE,
RUTHERFORD
COUNTY
WHEREAS, Kevin S. Compton executed
a Deed of Trust to Mortgage Electronic
Registration Systems, Inc. as nominee for
SunTrust Mortgage, Inc., Lender and Larry
A. Weissman, Trustee(s), which was dated
August 14, 2009 and recorded on August 17,
2009 in Book 941, Page 2962, Rutherford
County, Tennessee Register of Deeds.
WHEREAS, default having been made in the
payment of the debt(s) and obligation(s) thereby
secured by the said Deed of Trust and the
current holder of said Deed of Trust, SunTrust
Mortgage, Inc., (the “Holder”), appointed
the undersigned, Brock & Scott, PLLC, as
Substitute Trustee, by an instrument duly
recorded in the Office of the Register of Deeds
of Rutherford County, Tennessee, with all the
rights, powers and privileges of the original
Trustee named in said Deed of Trust; and
NOW, THEREFORE, notice is hereby given
that the entire indebtedness has been declared
due and payable as provided in said Deed of
Trust by the Holder, and that as agent for the
undersigned, Brock & Scott, PLLC, Substitute
Trustee, by virtue of the power and authority
vested in it, will on May 24, 2016, at 11:30AM
at the usual and customary location at the
Rutherford County Courthouse, Murfreesboro,
Tennessee, proceed to sell at public outcry
to the highest and best bidder for cash,
the following described property situated
in Rutherford County, Tennessee, to wit:
Land in Rutherford County, Tennessee, being
all of Lot No. 26L on the Plan of Resubdivision
Lots 19 and 20, and second Resubdivision of
Lot 26, Bellwood Crossing, according to plat
and survey of said appearing of record in Plat
Book 15, Page 324, of the Register’s Office
of Rutherford County, Tennessee, to which
plat reference is hereby made for a more
complete and accurate description of said lot.
Being the same property conveyed
to Kevin Compton by Warranty Deed
from Gary Montgomery, married and
Leslie K. Montgomery Brown, married
as of record in Record Book 941, Page
2960, Register’s Office for said County.
Parcel ID Number: 102L B 00255
Address/Description:
1330
Shearron
Court,
Murfreesboro,
TN
37130.
Current
Owner(s):
Kevin
Compton.
Other
Interested
Party(ies):
N/A
The sale of the property described above
shall be subject to all matters shown on
any recorded plat; any and all liens against
said property for unpaid property taxes;
any restrictive covenants, easements or
set-back lines that may be applicable; any
prior liens or encumbrances as well as any
priority created by a fixture filing; a deed
of trust; and any matter than an accurate
survey of the premises might disclose; and
All right and equity of redemption, statutory or
otherwise, homestead, and dower are expressly
waived in said Deed of Trust, and the title is
believed to be good, but the undersigned will
sell and convey only as Substitute Trustee. The
right is reserved to adjourn the day of the sale
to another day, time, and place certain without
further publication, upon announcement at the
time and place for the sale set forth above.
This office is attempting to collect a debt. Any
information obtained will be used for that purpose.
Brock & Scott, PLLC, Substitute Trustee
c/o Tennessee Foreclosure Department
277 Mallory Station Road
Suite 115
Franklin, TN 37067
PH: 615-550-7697 FX: 615-550-8484
File No.: 15-05270 FC02
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NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
STATE OF TENNESSEE, RUTHERFORD
COUNTY
WHEREAS, Pamela Eaton executed a Deed
of Trust to Mortgage Electronic Registration
Systems, Inc., as nominee for Primary
Residential Mortgage, Inc., Lender and Liberty
Escrow Inc., Trustee(s), which was dated
December 12, 2008 and recorded on December
23, 2008 in Book 886, Page 2728, Rutherford
County, Tennessee Register of Deeds.
WHEREAS, default having been made in
the payment of the debt(s) and obligation(s)
thereby secured by the said Deed of Trust
and the current holder of said Deed of Trust,
CitiMortgage, Inc., (the “Holder”), appointed
the undersigned, Brock & Scott, PLLC, as
Substitute Trustee, by an instrument duly
recorded in the Office of the Register of Deeds
of Rutherford County, Tennessee, with all the
rights, powers and privileges of the original
Trustee named in said Deed of Trust; and
NOW, THEREFORE, notice is hereby given
that the entire indebtedness has been declared
due and payable as provided in said Deed of
Trust by the Holder, and that as agent for the
undersigned, Brock & Scott, PLLC, Substitute
Trustee, by virtue of the power and authority
vested in it, will on June 16, 2016, at 10:00AM
at the usual and customary location at the
Rutherford County Courthouse, Murfreesboro,
Tennessee, proceed to sell at public outcry
to the highest and best bidder for cash,
the following described property situated
in Rutherford County, Tennessee, to wit:
BEING Lot No. 89, on the plan of Ben Franklin
Estates, of record in Plat Book 11 pages 252
and 253, Register’s Office, Rutherford County,
Tennessee, to which reference is hereby
made for a more particular description thereof.
BEING the same property conveyed to Pamela
Owen by instrument from Chester W. Owen,
pursuant to Divorce Decree, said instrument
being executed November 21, 2006, and
being of record in Book 692 page 2029,
the said Chester W. Owen having acquired
title in the conveyance to Pamela Eaton
Owen and husband, Chester W. Owen, by
instrument executed August 6, 2001, which
is of record in Book 90 page 1, Register’s
Office for Rutherford County, Tennessee.
Pamela Eaton Owen, Pamela E. Owen,
Pamela Owen, Pamela Eaton and Pamela
Sue Eaton is one and the same person.
Parcel ID Number: 015E A 036.00
Address/Description:
166
Constitution
Avenue, La Vergne, TN 37086.
Current
Owner(s):
Pamela
Owen.
Other Interested Party(ies): Portfolio
Recovery
Associates,
LLC
and
Capital
One
Bank
(USA),
N.A.
The sale of the property described above
shall be subject to all matters shown on
any recorded plat; any and all liens against
said property for unpaid property taxes;
any restrictive covenants, easements or
set-back lines that may be applicable; any
prior liens or encumbrances as well as any
priority created by a fixture filing; a deed
of trust; and any matter than an accurate
survey of the premises might disclose; and
All right and equity of redemption, statutory or
otherwise, homestead, and dower are expressly
waived in said Deed of Trust, and the title is
believed to be good, but the undersigned will
sell and convey only as Substitute Trustee. The
right is reserved to adjourn the day of the sale
to another day, time, and place certain without
further publication, upon announcement at the
time and place for the sale set forth above.
This office is attempting to collect a debt. Any
information obtained will be used for that purpose.
Brock & Scott, PLLC, Substitute Trustee
c/o Tennessee Foreclosure Department
277
Mallory
Station
Road
Suite
115
Franklin,
TN
37067
PH: 615-550-7697 FX: 615-550-8484
File
No.:
16-04725
FC01
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NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
STATE
OF
TENNESSEE,
RUTHERFORD
COUNTY
WHEREAS, Jo Nell Brownback, unmarried
executed a Deed of Trust to Mortgage
Electronic Registration Systems, Inc. as
nominee for Professional Mortgage Group,
Inc., Lender and Gary Fisher, Trustee(s), which
was dated March 31, 2005 and recorded on
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PUBLIC NOTICE
PUBLIC NOTICE
PUBLIC NOTICE
PUBLIC NOTICE
PUBLIC NOTICE
PUBLIC NOTICE
July 6, 2005 in Book 517, Page 581, Rutherford
County, Tennessee Register of Deeds.
WHEREAS, default having been made in
the payment of the debt(s) and obligation(s)
thereby secured by the said Deed of Trust and
the current holder of said Deed of Trust, The
Bank of New York Mellon FKA The Bank Of
New York,As Trustee For The Certificateholders
Of Cwalt,Inc.Alternative Loan Trust 200523CB, Mortgage Pass-Through Certificates,
Series 2005-23cb, (the “Holder”), appointed
the undersigned, Brock & Scott, PLLC, as
Substitute Trustee, by an instrument duly
recorded in the Office of the Register of Deeds
of Rutherford County, Tennessee, with all the
rights, powers and privileges of the original
Trustee named in said Deed of Trust; and
NOW, THEREFORE, notice is hereby given
that the entire indebtedness has been declared
due and payable as provided in said Deed of
Trust by the Holder, and that as agent for the
undersigned, Brock & Scott, PLLC, Substitute
Trustee, by virtue of the power and authority
vested in it, will on May 17, 2016, at 11:30AM
at the usual and customary location at the
Rutherford County Courthouse, Murfreesboro,
Tennessee, proceed to sell at public outcry
to the highest and best bidder for cash,
the following described property situated
in Rutherford County, Tennessee, to wit:
BEING Lot No. 198, Phase Eight, Lake
Forest Estates, as shown by plat of record
in Plat Book 17, Page 99, of the Register’s
Office of Rutherford County, Tennessee, to
which plat reference is hereby made for a
more complete and accurate description of
said lot. Being the same property conveyed
to Jo Nell Brownback unmarried by deed
from John C. Jones III as of record in Record
Book 517 Page 579, Register’s Office for
Rutherford County, Tennessee STATE
OF Tennessee COUNTY OF Rutherford
Parcel ID Number: 006JF 00800
Address/Description:
404
Lake
Forest Drive, Lavergne, TN 37086.
Current Owner(s): Jo Nell Brownback.
OtherInterestedParty(ies):FifthThirdBank,N.A..
The sale of the property described above
shall be subject to all matters shown on
any recorded plat; any and all liens against
said property for unpaid property taxes;
any restrictive covenants, easements or
set-back lines that may be applicable; any
prior liens or encumbrances as well as any
priority created by a fixture filing; a deed
of trust; and any matter than an accurate
survey of the premises might disclose; and
All right and equity of redemption, statutory or
otherwise, homestead, and dower are expressly
waived in said Deed of Trust, and the title is
believed to be good, but the undersigned will
sell and convey only as Substitute Trustee. The
right is reserved to adjourn the day of the sale
to another day, time, and place certain without
further publication, upon announcement at the
time and place for the sale set forth above.
This office is attempting to collect a debt. Any
information obtained will be used for that purpose.
Brock & Scott, PLLC, Substitute Trustee
c/o Tennessee Foreclosure Department
277 Mallory Station Road
Suite 115
Franklin, TN 37067
PH: 615-550-7697 FX: 615-550-8484
File No.: 16-00922 FC01
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NOTICE
OF
TRUSTEE’S
SALE
WHEREAS, default has occurred in the
performance of the covenants, terms, and
conditions of a Deed of Trust Note dated July
25, 2013, and the Deed of Trust of even date
securing the same, recorded August 21, 2013,
in Book No. 1243, at Page 2405, in Office of
the Register of Deeds for Rutherford County,
Tennessee, executed by Patricia R. Lewis
and Shannon Lowe and Mary A. Hidalgo,
conveying certain property therein described
to First American Title Insurance Company as
Trustee for JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A.; and
the undersigned, Wilson & Associates, P.L.L.C.,
having been appointed Successor Trustee by
JPMorgan Chase Bank, National Association.
NOW, THEREFORE, notice is hereby given
that the entire indebtedness has been declared
due and payable; and that an agent of Wilson
& Associates, P.L.L.C., as Successor Trustee,
by virtue of the power, duty, and authority
vested in and imposed upon said Successor
Trustee, by JPMorgan Chase Bank, National
Association, will, on June 30, 2016 on or
about 10:00 AM, at the Rutherford County
Courthouse, Public Square, Murfreesboro,
TN 37130, Murfreesboro, Tennessee, offer for
sale certain property hereinafter described to
the highest bidder FOR certified funds paid at
the conclusion of the sale, or credit bid from a
bank or other lending entity pre-approved by
the successor trustee. The sale is free from all
exemptions, which are expressly waived in the
Deed of Trust, said property being real estate
situated in Rutherford County, Tennessee, and
being more particularly described as follows:
Land situated in the City of Smyrna in the
County of Rutherford in the State of TN A
certain tract or parcel of land in Rutherford
County, State of Tennessee, described as
follows, to-wit: Land in Rutherford County,
State of Tennessee, described as follows, towit: BEING Lot No. 141, Final Plat-Section IV,
Lake Hills Annex, as shown by plat of record
in Plat Book 29, Page 112, of the Register’s
Office of Rutherford County, Tennessee, to
which plat reference is hereby made for a
more complete and accurate description of
said lot. Being the same property conveyed to
Patricia R. Lewis and Mary A. Hidalgo in Quit
Claim Deed, as filed at Book 1159, Page 2686
in the Register’s Office of Rutherford County.
ALSO KNOWN AS:
101 Check
Court,
Smyrna,
TN
37167
This sale is subject to all matters shown on any
applicable recorded plat; any unpaid taxes; any
restrictive covenants, easements, or setback
lines that may be applicable; any statutory
rights of redemption of any governmental
agency, state or federal; any prior liens or
encumbrances as well as any priority created
by a fixture filing; and to any matter that an
accurate survey of the premises might disclose.
In addition, the following parties may claim an
interest in the above-referenced property:
Patricia R. Lewis
Shannon Lowe
Mary A. Hidalgo
The sale held pursuant to this Notice may be
rescinded at the Successor Trustee’s option
at any time. The right is reserved to adjourn
the day of the sale to another day, time, and
place certain without further publication, upon
announcement at the time and place for
the sale set forth above. W&A No. 314035
DATED
April
22,
2016
WILSON & ASSOCIATES, P.L.L.C.,
Successor Trustee
FOR SALE INFORMATION, VISIT WWW.
MYFIR.COM and WWW.REALTYTRAC.COM
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REQUEST FOR BIDS
The City of Murfreesboro (City) is seeking bids from firms for
“ITB-58-2016 - Siegel Park Fence Installation”. This Invitation
to Bid can be downloaded at www.murfreesborotn.gov.
Questions should be submitted in writing via email to:
[email protected]
To be run: April 25, 2016.
LEGAL NOTICE
Sealed bids will be received by the City of Murfreesboro,
at the Office of the City Manager, City Hall, 111 West Vine
Street, Murfreesboro, Tennessee, until 2:00 P.M. local time on
Wednesday, May 11, 2016 for “ITB-60-2016 – Police Tasers”
for the Police Department. Bid forms and specifications may be
downloaded via https://www.myvendorlink.com – registration
is required in order to receive the bid. For questions regarding
registering, please contact: [email protected]
LEGAL NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
The Rutherford County Board of Zoning Appeals will meet Wednesday,
May 11, 2016 at 4:30 p.m. in the Commission Chambers of the
Historic Rutherford County Courthouse, center of Public Square, in
Murfreesboro, Tennessee to act on the following requests:
A. Jake Loyd – BZA 2016-028
Location: N. Corner of Hwy 231 & Oak Meadow Dr., Map
No.: 136, Parcel: 69.07, Request for temporary special exception
approval allowing the sale of fireworks on a property located in
the CS, Commercial Services zoning district.
B. Jake Loyd – BZA 2016-029
Location: 5630 Lebanon Pike, Map No.: 46, Parcel: 36 , Request
for temporary special exception approval allowing the sale of
fireworks on a property located in the CS, Commercial
Services zoning district.
C. Patterson Baptist Church – BZA 2016-030
Location: 12780 Patterson Road, Map No.: 98, Parcels: 31.00
and 31.01, Request for variance relief to allow an internally
illuminated sign located within the RL, Low Density Residential
zone.
D. Danny Wallace and MidTenn Collision Properties, LLC – BZA
2016-031
Location: 2406 & 2412 Blackman Road, Map No.: 78, Parcels:
31.01 and 31.04, Request for special exception approval to
establish an automotive repair and servicing business on a
property located in the CN, Commercial Neighborhood zoning
district.
E. Lesley Hurst – BZA 2016-032
Location: 5363 Candy Cane Court, Map No.: 78H, Group: B,
Parcel: 51.00, Request for special exception approval for a major
home based business (cosmetology business) on a property
located in the RM, Medium Density Residential zoning district.
F. Mildred Jones – BZA 2016-033
Location: 5437 Bradyville Pike, Map No.: 127, Parcel: 9.00,
Request for special exception approval for a retreat (event venue)
on a property located in the RM, Medium Density Residential
zoning district.
More detailed information on this request is available at the Rutherford
County Planning Department, who may be contacted at 615.898.7730.
A photo presentation on agenda items will begin at 4:00 PM in Room
205 of the Historic Courthouse.
Zane Cantrell, Chairman – Rutherford County Board of Zoning Appeals
To be published April 25, 2016
LEGAL NOTICE
Riverdale High School hereby seeks to inform any former student
who was born in or before the year of 1991 and who was certified
as disabled under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act
(IDEA) that it is no longer deemed necessary to retain the information
maintained, collected, or used in any such student’s special education
record(s) for the purpose of providing appropriate special education
services. Therefore, Riverdale High School will be destroying any
and all personally identifiable special education files maintained at
Riverdale High School for former students born in or before 1991.
Any former student who was born in or before 1991 and who was
certified under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA)
may request and receive the contents of his or her special education
record(s).
All inquiries and requests shall be directed to Steve Bingham or
Angela Messer. All requests for the contents of any such record(s) shall
be made on or before the close of business (3:00 P.M.) on May 25, 2016.
Special Called School Board Meeting
for budget work sessions to be held at the following dates
and times:
Wednesday, April 27 from 4-8 p.m.,
Thursday, April 28 from 3-5 p.m.
Sunday May 1 from 4-8 p.m.
Meetings will be held at the Murfreesboro City
Schools Administrative Office, 2552 S. Church Street,
Murfreesboro TN 37127
INVITATION TO BID
The City of Murfreesboro ("City") will receive and publicly open sealed
bids in the City Manager's Office. Post Office Box 1139, 111 West Vine
Street, Murfreesboro, Tennessee 37133-1139, telephone number (615)
849-2629. This Invitation to Bid (ITB) is subject to the instructions,
conditions, specifications, addenda, and any other elements of this ITB,
including those incorporated by reference.
DATE ISSUED:
BID TITLE:
April 15, 2016
Fleet Services Department
Custodial Services
CITY CONTACT PERSON:
Paul Boyer
Purchasing Department
City of Murfreesboro
111 West Vine St.
Murfreesboro, 'IN 37127
TELEPHONE NUMBER:
(615) 893-5210
EMAIL ADDRESS:
[email protected]
SUBMIT BID RESPONSE IN SEALED ENVELOPE TO :
City of Murfreesboro
City Manager's Office
Post Office Box 1139
111 West Vine Street
Murfreesboro, Tennessee 37133-1139
Bid envelope must include the bid title, bid opening date, and the
bidder's name. Failure to provide this information on the envelope
may result in the bid not being considered. Do not submit bids hy
fax or electronically. Bids submitted by fax or electronically cannot be
accepted or considered for award. Sealed bids are required.
BID OPENING DATE:
BID OPENING TIME:
MAY 04, 2016
2:00 p.m., Murfreesboro Tennessee
local time (CST)
LEGAL NOTICE OF MEETINGS
Meeting dates of the City Council and Boards and Commissions
of the City of Murfreesboro during the month of May, 2016 are
as follows:
Board of Gas Examiners, Wednesday, May 4, 2016, 9:00 a.m.,
Council Chambers - City Hall, 111 W. Vine Street.
**Parks & Recreation Commission, Wednesday, May 4, 2016, 12:00 noon,
Council Chambers - City Hall, 111 W. Vine Street.
**Planning Commission, Wednesday, May 4, 2016, 7:00 p.m.,
Council Chambers - City Hall, 111 W. Vine Street.
Board of Electrical Examiners, Thursday, May 5, 2016, 9:00 a.m.,
Council Chambers - City Hall, 111 W. Vine Street.
City Council Special Meeting, Thursday, May 5, 2016, 6:30 p.m.,
RE: Public Comment, Council Chambers - City Hall, 111 W. Vine Street.
**City Council, Thursday, May 5, 2016, 7:00 p.m.,
Council Chambers - City Hall, 111 W. Vine Street.
Murfreesboro Cable TV Commission, Monday, May 9, 2016, 12:00 noon,
Council Chambers - City Hall, 111 W. Vine Street.
**City Board of Education, Tuesday, May 10, 2016, 6:00 p.m.,
Council Chambers - City Hall, 111 W. Vine Street.
Pension Committee, Wednesday, May 11, 2016, 8:00 a.m.,
Council Chambers - City Hall, 111 W. Vine Street.
Murfreesboro Golf Commission - No Meeting Scheduled.
Tennis Committee, Thursday, May 12, 2016, 11:00 a.m.,
Adams Tennis Complex, 1024 Golf Lane.
**City Council, Thursday, May 12, 2016, 7:00 p.m.,
Council Chambers - City Hall, 111 W. Vine Street.
Murfreesboro Art Committee, Monday, May 16, 2016, 4:00 p.m.,
Administrative Conference Room - City Hall, 111 W. Vine Street.
Murfreesboro Airport Commission, Monday, May 16, 2016, 4:30 p.m.,
Murfreesboro Airport Terminal Building, 1930 Memorial Boulevard.
Linebaugh Library Board, Monday, May 16, 2016, 5:00 p.m.,
Linebaugh Public Library - Board Room, 105 W. Vine Street.
**Murfreesboro Historic Zoning Commission, Tuesday, May 17, 2016,
3:30 p.m., Council Chambers - City Hall, 111 W. Vine Street.
Planning Commission, Wednesday, May 18, 2016, 1:00 p.m.,
Council Chambers - City Hall, 111 W. Vine Street.
Evergreen Cemetery Commission, Thursday, May 19, 2016, 10:00 a.m.,
Pinnacle Bank, 4th Floor Conference Room, 114 West College Street.
Greenway Projects Committee - No Meeting Scheduled.
**City Council, Thursday, May 19, 2016, 7:00 p.m.,
Council Chambers - City Hall, 111 W. Vine Street.
St. Clair Street Senior Center Commission - No Meeting Scheduled.
Construction Board of Adjustments and Appeals, Tuesday, May 24, 2016,
1:00 p.m., Council Chambers - City Hall, 111 W. Vine Street.
Water and Sewer Board, Tuesday, May 24, 2016, 3:30 p.m.,
Operation & Maintenance Complex, 1725 S. Church Street.
**City Board of Education, Tuesday, May 24, 2016, 6:00 p.m.,
Council Chambers - City Hall, 111 W. Vine Street.
Urban Environmental Commission - No Meeting Scheduled.
Power Board, Wednesday, May 25, 2016, 9:30 a.m.,
Board Room - Murfreesboro Electric Department, 205 N. Walnut Street.
**Board of Zoning Appeals, Wednesday, May 25, 2016, 1:00 p.m.,
Council Chambers - City Hall, 111 W. Vine Street.
**City Council, Thursday, May 26, 2016, 7:00 p.m.,
Council Chambers - City Hall, 111 W. Vine Street.
The public is invited to attend all meetings. Requests for
an accommodation to enable an individual with a disability
to attend or to participate in a meeting should be made by
calling Robert Holtz at (615) 893-5210, TDD (615) 849-2689,
at least two (2) working days in advance.
Meeting dates, times and locations are subject to change or
cancellation. Notice may be given on Murfreesboro City TV.
This notice is provided in compliance with Chapter 442 of the
1974 Public Acts of the State of Tennessee which is commonly
known as the Sunshine Law.
ROBERT J. LYONS
CITY MANAGER
SCHEDULE OF MEETINGS, AND AGENDAS FOR SOME MEETINGS,
AVAILABLE AT www.murfreesborotn.gov and at:
MURFREESBORO CITY HALL, 111 W. VINE STREET, (615) 893-5210
LINEBAUGH PUBLIC LIBRARY, 105 W. VINE STREET, (615) 893-4131
ST. CLAIR SENIOR CENTER, 325 ST. CLAIR STREET, (615) 848-2550
**CABLECASTED ON MURFREESBORO CITY TV LOCATED ON
COMCAST XFINITY CHANNEL 3 and AT&T U-VERSE CHANNEL
99 . WEBCASTED ON www.murfreesborotn.gov
TO BE RUN: APRIL 25, 2016
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#LETTERTOTHEEDITOR
The Child Advocacy Center of Rutherford County
admires Scott Walker and Courtney Greene. WGNS
radio host Scott Walker courageously shared that he
was sexually abused as a child by a neighbor on News
Channel 2 on March 21, 2016. Courtney Green is the
brave young woman who shared her story of being
sexually assaulted by her church youth pastor in the
Tennessean front page news article on Sunday, April
17, 2016.
It is time for churches to get up to speed. Schools
and nonprofit agencies that serve children conduct
thorough criminal background checks on staff and
volunteers who work with children. Unfortunately, all
churches do not provide the same protection to children. A pedophile will go where there are children
and where adults do not conduct the background
checks on staff and volunteers that protect children.
The state needs to require churches to have criminal background checks for church staff and volunteers,
like FBI fingerprint background checks. Until the state
requires this, churches need to protect children by
adopting similar criminal background check policies
as schools and nonprofits. Often churches tell us they
cannot afford expensive criminal background checks.
We believe that you cannot afford not to conduct background checks. Children are counting on us to keep
them safe. No church congregation wants to see any
child in their church family sexually assaulted by a
pedophile.
The Child Advocacy Center of Rutherford County
is available to assist churches and other organizations
in developing policies and procedures by utilizing the
Darkness to Light training curriculum. In Rutherford
and Cannon Counties, contact Ryan Wallace at the
Child Advocacy Center of Rutherford County for Information on Darkness to Light training at (615) 8679000.
April is Child Abuse Prevention Month. Get involved. Attend an event in the community. In Rutherford County, you can lace up your tennis shoes and
join us for the Hometown Heroes Walk for Children
on Friday, April 29 at 12 p.m. at the Murfreesboro
Civic Plaza, downtown on the Square. For more information or a walk registration form contact the Child
Advocacy Center of Rutherford County, Inc. at (615)
867-9000.
Sharon De Boer, Executive Director
Child Advocacy Center of Rutherford County, Inc.
MONDAY, APRIL 25, 2016 — A29
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PUBLIC NOTICE
PUBLIC NOTICE
PUBLIC NOTICE
PUBLIC NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
LEGAL NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
The Murfreesboro Planning Commission will conduct a public
hearing at 7:00 PM on May 4, 2016 in the Council Chambers
in City Hall, 111 W. Vine Street, Murfreesboro, Tennessee to
consider an application [2016-418] to amend the PUD (Planned
Unit District) zone for approximately 22.5 acres located west
of Memorial Boulevard and north of Haynes Haven Lane as
shown on the above illustration. The application is being made
by National HealthCare Corp., whose representative Mr. Clyde
Roundtree, may be contacted at (615) 893-4084 for additional
information. A copy of the PUD program book is available
for review in the office of the Planning Director in City Hall.
Interested parties may also obtain additional information by
calling the Murfreesboro Planning Staff at (615) 893-6441. All
interested parties are invited to attend.
The Murfreesboro Planning Commission will conduct a public
hearing at 7:00 PM on May 4, 2016 in the Council Chambers
in City Hall, 111 W. Vine Street, Murfreesboro, Tennessee to
consider an application [2016-417] to amend the PCD (Planned
Commercial District) zone for approximately 5.6 acres located
south of West Northfield Boulevard and west of Sulphur Springs
Road as shown on the above illustration. The application is
being made by Tarver Properties., whose representative, Mr.
Matt Taylor, may be contacted at (615) 890-7901 for additional
information. A copy of the PCD program book is available
for review in the office of the Planning Director in City Hall.
Interested parties may also obtain additional information by
calling the Murfreesboro Planning Staff at (615) 893-6441. All
interested parties are invited to attend.
Gary Whitaker
Planning Commission Secretary
Gary Whitaker
Planning Commission Secretary
To be run: April 25, 2016
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To whom it may concern the
below listed vehicles will be sold
to the highest bidder on or after
May 4th, 2016. Anyone having an
interest in any of these vehicles
mush contact EA Towing at 615405-4473 prior to the date of sale.
2006 BMW X3
VIN:WBXPA93446WG85212
2012 FORD FOCUS
VIN:1FAHP3K25CL448015
2008 KAWASAKI EX650
VIN:JKAEXEA178A042705
2008 HONDA CIVIC
VIN:2HGFA16808H505684
1986 CHEVY MCARLO
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1999 PONT GPRIX
VIN:1G2WP12K7XF317781
EMPLOYMENT
EMPLOYMENT
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
PUBLIC NOTICE
PUBLIC NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
The Murfreesboro Planning Commission will conduct a public
hearing at 7:00 PM on May 4, 2016 in the Council Chambers
in City Hall, 111 W. Vine Street, Murfreesboro, Tennessee to
consider a petition for annexation [2016-506] and the adoption
of a Plan of Services for approximately 76 acres located along
New Salem Highway, as shown on the above illustration. The
petition is being made by William and Caroline Waite, whose
representative, Mr. Clyde Roundtree may be contacted at
(615) 893-4084 for additional information. A copy of the Plan
of Services is available for review in the office of the Planning
Director in City Hall. Interested parties may also obtain
additional information by calling the Murfreesboro Planning
Staff at (615) 893-6441. All interested parties are invited to
attend.
To be run: April 25, 2016
Gary Whitaker
Planning Commission Secretary
LEGAL NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
Notice is hereby given that a Public Hearing before the City
Council of the City of Murfreesboro, Tennessee, will be held
in the Council Chambers of the Murfreesboro City Hall, 111
West Vine Street, in said City on Thursday, May 12, 2016,
beginning at 7:00 o'clock p.m., to determine whether to
establish a special improvement district known as the South
Church Street No. 1 Sanitary Sewer Special Assessment
District in the designated area in the map below:
Copies of the proposed Ordinance 16-O-16 establishing the
South Church Street No. 1 Sanitary Sewer Special Assessment
District are available to the public in the office of the City
Recorder, 111 West Vine Street, Murfreesboro, TN 37160 and
in the Water and Sewer Department, 300 N.W. Broad Street,
Murfreesboro, TN 37160. The public is invited to attend the
public hearing.
/s/ Melissa B. Wright
City Recorder
To be run: April 25, 2016
Notice is hereby given that a Public Hearing before the City
The Murfreesboro Planning Commission will conduct a public
hearing at 7:00 PM on May 4, 2016 in the Council Chambers
in City Hall, 111 W. Vine Street, Murfreesboro, Tennessee to
consider an application [2016-415] for approximately 74.2 acres
located south of New Salem Highway. The request is to zone
approximately 26.1 acres to CF (Commercial Fringe District),
to zone approximately 23.1 acres to RM-16 (Multi-Family
Residential District) and to zone approximately 25 acres to RZ
(Zero Lot Line Residential) simultaneous with annexation and
as shown on the above illustration. The application is being
made by William and Caroline Waite, whose representative,
Mr. Clyde Roundtree may be contacted at (615) 893-4084for
additional information. A copy of the application is available
for review in the office of the Planning Director in City Hall.
Interested parties may also obtain additional information by
calling the Murfreesboro Planning Staff at (615) 893-6441. All
interested parties are invited to attend.
To be run: April 25, 2016
Gary Whitaker
Planning Commission Secretary
For more information about listing a classified ad or for more
information about legals, contact Lisa Peters at
[email protected]
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a leader in Murfreesboro’s bridal industry, she is a natural fit for this position.
To schedule a private venue tour contact Karen Whitaker at (615) 809-4776 or [email protected]
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From A6
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rent plans to develop the front section of the
off West Rutherford Boulevard near I-24.
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COPE
quired Cavalry Banking in Murfreesboro,
where he had served as a board member
since 1992.
From A2
As early as September 2015, an investment banking firm’s representatives atther comment until county commission- tended a meeting with Pinnacle’s board
of directors and discussed information
ers receive more information.
about a potential merger of Avenue FiThe banking details
For years, Pinnacle Financial has been nancial Holdings into Pinnacle.
In late November, Pinnacle CEO
aggressively pursuing acquisition of
Tennessee banks in an effort to increase Terry Turner initiated discussions with
its Nashville market share, according Avenue’s leaders about an acquisition by
to its filing with the Securities and Ex- sending information about the financial
effect of a merger, according to the filchange Commission.
In fact, Cope became a Pinnacle board ing. In early December, Turner briefed
member in 2006 when the company ac- the Pinnacle board’s executive commit-
JA M E S R . C A S H AU C T I O N S
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tee about a possible transaction, and two
weeks later he and Avenue leader Ron
Samuels met with members of Avenue’s
board of directors to discuss a verbal
proposal.
On Jan. 5, Turner notified the executive committee of Pinnacle’s board of a
directors he had engaged in advanced
discussions with Avenue officials for
a transaction. Members also reviewed
transaction information including potential financial terms.
Avenue stock was trading for about
$13.50 a share in January, and the filings
show Pinnacle was willing to offer $19 to
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In late January, the Avenue and Pinnacle boards executed the merger agreement.
“On March 21, 2016, Pinnacle learned
that a member of the executive committee of Pinnacle’s board of directors had
purchased an aggregate of 10,179 shares
of Avenue common stock in separate
transactions on Jan. 5, 2016 and Jan. 11,
2016, in transactions that Pinnacle believes were in violation of certain of Pinnacle’s policies applicable to Pinnacle’s
directors.”
The director resigned from the board
of directors of Pinnacle and Pinnacle
Bank. Afterward, Pinnacle’s board of directors met April 5 and received a report
from Pinnacle’s legal counsel, and then
after a presentation on the acquisition’s
financial terms, approved the merger
and issuance of common stock.
In addition to serving on the Pinnacle
Financial board’s executive committee,
Cope was on Pinnacle’s Human Resources and Compensation Committee
and Nominating and Corporate Governance Committee. The bank also paid
his law firm $13,400 for legal services in
2013 and 2014, according to a filing.
His law firm Cope, Hudson, Reed &
McCreary, represents Rutherford County, Consolidated Utility District, Middle
Tennessee Electric Membership, Murfreesboro Housing Authority, Smyrna/
Rutherford County Airport Authority
and engages in other civil law practice.
The firm previously represented the
town of Smyrna and The Daily News
Journal.
Sam Stockard can be reached at [email protected]
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