MILLERSVILLE -- Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon, September 27 at the Global Revival Center in Millersville for Mrs. Panozzo, 61, of the Robertson County community of Cross Plains. The daughter of the late Carl and Hazel Kelley, she died Sept. 24, 2009.
Services were conducted by Pastor Johann McGregor. Interment followed at Mt. Juliet Memorial Gardens.
Survivors include children Rose (Danny) Vander-westhuizen, Tracy (Keith) Beadle, Angeline Panozzo, Bobby (Kate) Bruton, John Bruton, Armondo (Sarah) Panozzo and Peter (Stacey) Panozzo, Jr.
Also surviving are brothers Val (Betty) Kelley, Carl (Mary) Kelley and V.L. (Lucy) Kelley; sisters Carlene (Clyde) Hessel, Cindy (Steve) Batie, Margie (Mike) Kelley-Johnson Hearn and Dody Belcher; grandchildren Bailey Bruton, Connor Bruton, Peter Panozzo, III, Gabriel Panozzo, Caleb Panozzo, Ava Panozzo and Ethan Vanderwesthuizen; as well as numerous nieces and nephews.
In addition to her parents, she is preceded in death by husband Peter Panozzo.
Arrangements by Sellars Funeral Home at Mt. Juliet.
LEBANON -- Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon, September 29 at the Partlow Funeral Chapel for Mrs. Douglas, 79, of Lebanon. A homemaker and a member of The Sanctuary United Pentecostal Church, Mrs. Douglas passed away Sunday, September 27, 2009 at the University Medical Center.
Services were conducted by Pastor Daniel Stirnemann. Burial followed at the Roselawn Cemetery in Murfreesboro.
Survivors include: Stormy (Johnny) Vaden of Hartsville, Penny Russell of Manchester, Annette (Rocky) Roach of Illinois, Tina Smith of California, Butch (Cindy) Smith of Illinois and Greg (Sue) Smith of Arkansas. Also surviving are sisters Ruby Ashford of Murfreesboro and Dean Brown of Fayetteville along with 15 grandchildren and 18 great-grandchildren.
She is preceded in death by husband Carroll T. Smith and granddaughter Michelle Dawn Holt.
Active pallbearers included: Butch and Greg Smith, Rocky Roach, Charles Hunt, Troy Thorne and Lee Vaden. Honorary pallbearers were the congregation of Mrs. Douglas’ church. Memorial contributions may be made to The Sanctuary United Pentecostal Church.
Lebanon’s Partlow Funeral Chapel was in charge of arrangements.
WATERTOWN -- Graveside funeral services were held Sunday afternoon, September 27 at the Jones Hill Cemetery for Ms. Adamson, 66, of Watertown. A former garment factory employee, she died Sept. 25, 2009 at NHC Healthcare in Smithville.
She was the daughter of the late Robert and Candie Williams Adamson and a member of the Round Lick Baptist Church. Services were conducted by the Rev. Steve Mayes.
Survivors include: sisters Margaret Adamson and Virginia Adamson -- both of Watertown and Joyce Randolp of California.
In addition to her parents, she is preceded in death by sister Dorothy Jean McIntyre. Friends and family members served as pallbearers.
Arrangements by Hunter Fuenral Home, Watertown.
LEBANON -- Funeral services were held Saturday afternoon, September 26 at the JC Hellum Funeral Home for Mr. Wharton, 77, of Lebanon. Born July 8, 1932, he died Wednesday, Sept. 23, 2009 at his residence.
Services were conducted by Brother Robert H. McFarland. Interment followed in the Gladeville Cemetery.
Survivors include: wife, Annie K. Wharton and children Russell (Felecia) Wharton, Annette (Don) Bennett, Mechelle (Quentin) Thompson, James (Tony) and DeWayne (Irene) Martin.
Also surviving are 10 grandchildren; two great grandchildren; brothers Grady (Mary) Wharton and Dallas Wharton; sisters Marthalyne (Jerry) Gentry, Anita Young, Barbara (Virgel) Allen; aunts Gladup Corder and Susie Ashworth; along with many other relatives and friends.
JC Hellum Funeral Home, 107 Stokes Street, was in charge of arrangements.
LEBANON -- Funeral services were held Monday afternoon, September 28 at the Sellars Funeral Home on the Baddour Parkway for Mr. Horne, 68, of Lebanon. The son of the late Robert C. and Nellie Ward Horne, he passed away Friday, Sept. 25, 2009.
The chapel service was conducted by Brother Danny Sellars and Brother Clifford Spence. Interment followed in Wilson County Memorial Gardens.
Survivors include sons: Tony Horne, Darrell (Kathy) Brewington and Tommy Brewington; grandchildren Ashley Brewington, Whitney Horne, Zach Horne, Logan Horne and Dottie Connor; and great-grandchildren Kayde Brewington, Bailey Crowder, Delaney Crowder and Jimmy Connor.
Family and friends served as pallbearers. In addition to his parents, Mr. Horne is preceded in death by his wife Vallie Horne and brother Bennie Horne.
Sellars Funeral Home, Lebanon, was in charge of arrangements.
Growing Lebanon Airport offers home to 105 planes
By KEN BECK
Special to The Wilson Post
After taking his first airplane ride at age 5, Myron Lasater walked away with a fear of flying.
The notion is near laughable today to anyone who knows the 22-year veteran pilot and vice president of RediAir, the company that manages Lebanon Municipal Airport. Nobody is a bigger booster of flying through the friendly skies of the wild blue yonder.
The Granville Fall Celebration on Saturday, Oct. 3 will feature Jazz on the Cumberland on the banks of the Cumberland River at Granville Veterans Park in Granville.
This annual event of Jazz will begin at noon with the Jackson County High School Jazz Band performing. “The Big Band Sound” will perform at 12:30 p.m.., The Blues Brokers will perform at 2 p.m. and the Cumberland University Jazz Band will perform at 3:15 p.m. There will be two stages set up so each band will immediately start after the other one ends. This is one of Tennessee’s most beautiful settings for the musical event, organizers said. Everyone is encouraged to bring their own chairs.
Adams Gallery, located in the Heydel Fine Arts Center on the campus of Cumberland University, will present an exhibit of Nan Jacobsohn’s ceramic sculpture from Sept. 29 through Oct. 29.
A reception for the artist will be held on Monday, Oct. 12, from 5 until 7 p.m., with an informal gallery talk at 6.
Jacobsohn’s work is made from ceramics and other materials, and features a variety of subject matter. Since 1996, Jacobsohn has devoted her full-time to making art, living and working with her husband, an artist and woodcarver, in the mountains between Sparta and Monterey. When she moved there, she took her horse with her, and has been inspired by horse imagery ever since.
By ANNE DONNELL
I expect this is “out of your bailiwick,” so to speak, but it’s about words so I thought I’d see if you’d look into this. I’m wondering about the history of the term password. I know passwords have been around a long time, but we need them constantly now in “The Electronic Age.” Thank you,
-Trying to Remember All My Passwords
By MIKE DAVIS
Director, Wilson CountySchools
Tomorrow, Oct. 1, the citizens of Wilson County will have an opportunity to make history and shape the future of our county by casting their VOTE FOR the referendum on a wheel tax to be levied on vehicles registered in Wilson County.
By LARRY HUBBARD Jr.
Today we as citizens of Wilson County have a choice to make plain and simple.
Much debate, discussion and discovery has been made on the condition, the safety and the overpopulation of our current Lebanon High School. The decision to be made is simple, will we provide a safe adequate environment for our children to learn in or will we say no?
Wilson County Commission’s Law Enforcement Committee will meet at 6 p.m., Thursday, Oct. 1 in Conference Room 2, Wilson County Courthouse, Lebanon.
By BEN DUDLEY
The Wilson Post
Shea Blankenship, a 17-year-old senior at Wilson Central, loved to train and race her horse,
Magic, in barrel races. She took him from an untrained pony to one of the up-and-coming horses that was admired by all who watched him run.
From Post staff reports
Wilson County’s unemployment rate rose 0.4 percent in August to 9.5 percent, said officials with the Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development.
Wilson’s July unemployment rate was 9.1 percent.
By BEN DUDLEY
The Wilson Post
Watertown Mile-Long Yard Sale marks its 21 year this Saturday, and there are some new editions to the historic town Square to help celebrate the event.
There have been eight new businesses that have started in Watertown in the past six months, including two that will have their grand opening on Saturday in time to catch all of the yard sale patrons.
By JENNIFER HORTON
The Wilson Post
Voters are set to go to the polls on Thursday to cast a ballot in a referendum on whether to increase the county wheel tax by $25 to fund a new Lebanon High School and to purchase property for a new Watertown High School.
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