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The CHS Class of 1966 graduated 43 seniors.

Anna Louise Atchley (Deceased)
Patsy Ann Barnhill
Maurice Donald Bennett
Kathie Nell Butler
Barbara Kay Cavender - Secretary
Carol Diane Cawthone - Treasurer
Linda Lou Cole
Sandra Diane Cole
Michael Corrado, II
Teresa Traywick Corrado
David Leon Dodson (Deceased)
Nicki C. Faust (Deceased)
Jimmy Dale Harris - Vice-President (Deceased)
Joseph Lucian Herndon
Johnny Ray Holladay (Deceased)
William Stephens Hurley, III (Deceased)
Kendell Leon Hurt - President
Charles Brent Jackson (Deceased)
Bobbie Ann Joyner
Anna Gayle Lampley
Betty Arlene Massey
Judy Ann Massey
Glenda Sue Matlock
Barbara Ann McGee
Pansy Chandler McIver
Cecilia Kay Mitchell
Martha Ann Pace
Gary Wallace Powley (Deceased)
William Ricky Reed
Charles Edward Robbins
Carolyn Elizabeth Sade
Lynda Vick Smothers - Reporter
James Danny Snider
John Carroll Thompson
Sheryl Jean Tolbert
Janice Faye Turner
Joyce Ann Turner
Brian Thomas Walters
Joan Kortvely Walters
Betty Lou Webb
Paul Louis Williams
Ernest Neal Wyatt
Danny O'Neal Yarbrough

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Anna Louise Atchley

Anna Louise Atchley
November 23, 1948 - September 15, 2019

Anna Louise Atchley-Burns age 70, of Broad Run, VA passed on Sunday September 15th, 2019 in Broad Run. She was born on November 23, 1948 in Somerville, Tennessee daughter of the late James Arnold Atchley & Mary (Helfenberger) Atchley.

Anna is survived by her husband Charles Dennis Burns, sister; Ginger Wright , brother; Frederick Atchley. [Source: Moser Funeral Home] https://www.moserfuneralhome.com/obituaries/Anna-Louise-Atchley?obId=7283950

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Patsy Ann Barnhill

Patsy Ann Barnhill

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Maurice Donald Bennett

Maurice Donald Bennett

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Kathie Nell Butler

Kathie Nell Butler

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Barbara Kaye Cavender

Barbara Kaye Cavender
Secretary

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Carol Diane Cawthon

Carol Diane Cawthon
Treasurer

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Linda Lou Cole

Linda Lou Cole

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Sandra Diane Cole

Sandra Diane Cole

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Michael Corrado, II

Michael Corrado, II

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Teresa Traywick Corrado

Teresa Traywick Corrado

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David Leon Dodson

David Leon Dodson
April 8, 1948 - April 18, 1990

Buried in Forest Hill Cemetery East, Memphis, Shelby County, Tennessee

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Nicki C. Faust

Nicki C. Faust
January 19, 1948 - May 8, 2020

Nicki C. Faust, 70, of Bruceton, passed away Tuesday, May 8 at Vanderbilt Hospital. Funeral services were held May 11 at Bruceton Funeral Home. Burial followed at Prospect Cemetery in Hollow Rock. Pallbearers were Jeffery Moore, Alex Woods, Ted Faust, Dan Johnson, Gary Brewer, and Jake Johnson. honorary pallbearers were Kelsey Faust, Brian Walters, Jeff Belisle, Gary Smith and Larry Spencer.

Mr. Foust was born January 19, 1948 in Bruceoton to the late Mr. Wheatley Faust and Mary B. Mizell Faust. He was preceded in death by a sister, Daranell Cole.

He was a Methodist in faith. He was an avid fisherman and was happiest on Kentucky Lake. He enjoyed carving and hand painting duck decoys and appreciated the beauty of waterfowl. He loved all things related to nature. He was a retired sales manager and fisherman.

He is survived by his wife, Joan Greengrass; a daughter, Meg (Dan) Johnson of Santa Claus, Indiana; brother, Ted (Terri) Faust of Brentwood; five grandchildren, Jake Johnson, Elizabeth Johnson, Brennah Johnson, Addison Johnson, Katie Foust; nieces and nephews, Susie Belisle, Kelsey Faust, Annie Jensen, and Moses Greengrass; and beloved great-nieces and nephews. [Source: Carroll County News-Leader]

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Jim D. Harris

Jimmy Dale Harris - Vice-President

Jim D. Harris
November 19, 1948 - September 9, 2020

Jim D Harris passed away on September 9, 2020, after a brief struggle with dementia. He was born November 19, 1948 and raised in Dickson, TN until moving to Bruceton, TN and graduating from Central High School in 1966.

He attended the University of Tennessee at Martin, where he obtained a BA in English. He began his career in Human Resources in Tennessee, but his talents and ambitions carried him around the country to Florida, Kentucky, Illinois, Connecticut, Louisiana, as well as the United Kingdom and on other adventures around the globe before returning to his home in Middle Tennessee, where he was a longtime employee of HCA in Nashville.

His career continued with stops including Dubai, West Virginia, and California. He had recently retired to Wilmington, North Carolina.

He was preceded in death by his father and mother, Spencer and Clara Harris, and his brother Clint Hugh Harris.

He is survived by his loving companion Frances Humphrey; his children Duff (Jenni) Harris, Sara (Chance) Oliver, Kate (Ben) Hazlewood; his eight grandchildren Mar’a, Liam, and Meg Harris, Grace, Emma, and Kennedy Oliver, and Sam and Jack Hazlewood; his sister Sue Wright; niece Stephanie (Mike) Tatum and nephew Spencer Harris. He is also survived by the mother of his children, Martha Harris, and the brothers of his beloved Phi Sigma Kappa.

Graveside services will be held on Friday, September 18, 2020 at 11:00 a.m. at the Dickson Union Cemetery. Family and friends will speak.

In lieu of flowers, the family asks that donations be made to The University of Tennessee Athletics Annual Fund. Memorial gifts may be sent to the University of Tennessee Foundation, 1525 University Boulevard, Knoxville, TN 37921, or online at http://giving.utk.edu/jimmieharris

Obituary weblink:
http://taylorsince1909.com/scriptfolder/obituaries.php?id=2644&p=&search=

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Joseph Lucian Herndon

Joseph Lucian Herndon
November 14, 1948 - August 8, 2021

Joseph Lucian Herndon died on Sunday afternoon, August 8, 2021, of complications from cancer and chemotherapy in The Villages, Florida. Born in Camden, Tennessee on November 14, 1948, he was the second child of Joe Ted Herndon and Anita Hicks Herndon of Bruceton, Tennessee.

He attended school in Bruceton, college at University of the South Sewanee, and graduated with a Masters from Columbia University. A historical preservationist by trade, his resume is studded with extensive rehabilitation projects from around the globe — Old Spanish Fort(1730) in Pascagoula, Mississippi; Qasr Ibrihim (1600's) in Hoffuf, Saudi Arabia; the Old Post Office (1897) in Washington, D.C.; The Rugby Colony (1880's) in Rugby, Tennessee; Union Station (1900) in Nashville, Tennessee; The Germantown neighborhood revitalization (1840's) in Nashville, Tennessee; The Biltmore Hotel (1926) in Miami, Florida and numerous others.

He was a member of the Catholic Church and a great friend to all who knew him. His parents and only sister, Karen Herndon Miller of Shrewsbury, Massachusetts, predecease him.

Survivors include his daughter, Meredith Alexa Little of Nashville, Tennessee, and his two sons, Elliott Otto Jepson of Nashville, Tennessee and Gabriel Anthony Herndon of Miami, Florida. His life-time friend and brother-in-law, Dr. Thomas Miller of Shrewsbury, Massachusetts, and his two children, Dr. Bryan Thomas Miller and Elizabeth Miller. He also leaves behind his beloved fiancé Geri Mataya of The Villages, Florida.

Funeral and Memorial available at http://www.gatheringus.com/memorial/joseph-lucian-herndon/7785 [Source: The Jackson Sun]

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Johnny Ray Holladay

Johnny Holladay
February 20, 1948 - September 24, 1966

Funeral services for Johnnv Holladay, 18, were at 2 n. m. Monday at the First Baptist Church with the Rev. J. A. Atchley officiating. Burial was in Prospect Cemetery with Bruceton Funeral Home in charge of arrangements.

Johnny died Saturday at Texas Medical Center in Houston, Texas where he had been undergoing treatment. He was injured August 29, 1964 in a football game at Jackson. He graduated May 6, 1966 from Central High School as an honor student. He had completed his schooling at home.

He is survived by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Holladay of Bruceton and a brother, Jimmy Holladay of Nashville

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Johnny Holladay

BRUCETON TOUCHDOWN -- Players are stung out for 10 yards in an attempt to retreive a North Side fumble. Bructon's Gary Barnes (far right) came up with the pigskin and dashed 35 yards to paydirt in the Indian-Tiger grid game at Rothrock Field Friday,

Two identifiable players are North Side's Bobby Galloway (43) and Bruceton's Johnny Holliday (26). Later in the game Holliday was seriously injured andremoved to the Jackson-Madison County Hospital. North Side won the game 20-6.

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William Stevens Hurley, III

William Stephen Hurley, III
January 2, 1948 - July 25, 1987

Services for William Stephen Hurley III, 39, of Bruceton, were at the Bruceton Funeral Home Chapel, Tuesday, at 3 p.m. with Bobby Snider officiating. Burial was in Prospect Cemetery. Mr. Hurley died Saturday, July 25, at the St. Thomas Hospital in Nashville, after a long illness. He worked as a shipper at H.I.S. in Bruceton. He was the son of the late William Stephen Hurley II.

He is survived by his mother, Carolyn R. Hurley of Bruceton; one brother, Brad Hurley of Nashville; and his grandmother, Bertha Hurley of Mayfield, Kentucky.

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Kendell Leon Hurt

Kendell Leon Hurt
President

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Charles Brent Jackson

Charles Brent Jackson
June 19, 1948 - November 10, 1995

Services for Charles Brent Jackson, I, 47, of Bruceton were at 1:00 p.m. Sunday, November 12, 1995, at Bruceton Funeral Home. Burial followed at Prospect Cemetery in Hollow Rock.

Mr. Jackson was born on June 19, 1948, to Mrs. Joan Lusk of Bruceton and Mr. William Floyd Jackson of Kalkaska, Mi, who survive. He was employed as a pipe fitter.

He is survived by two daughters; Stacy Jackson, of Hollow Rock, and Brandi Whitfield, of Camden; and one son, Charles Brent Jackson II, of Hollow Rock. He also leaves three-sisters, Cheri Birdwell, of Hollow Rock, Judith Caruso and Cathy Barker both of Roseville, Mi.; three brothers, William Scott Jackson, of Warren, Mi., Robert Guy Jackson, of Roseville, Mi., and James Wade Jackson, of Germany. He also leaves two grandchildren.

Bruceton Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements...

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Bobbie Ann Joyner

Bobbie Ann Joyner

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Anna Gayle Lampley

Anna Gayle Lampley

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Betty Arlene Massey

Betty Arlene Massey

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Judy Ann Massey

Judy Ann Massey

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Glenda Sue Matlock

Glenda Sue Matlock

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Barbara Ann McGee

Barbara Ann McGee

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Pansy Chandler McIver

Pansy Chandler McIver

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Cecilia Kay Mitchell

Cecilia Kay Mitchell

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Martha Ann Pace

Martha Ann Pace

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Gary Wallace Powley

Gary Wallace Powley

Gary Wallace Powley
December 12, 1948 - January 14, 2005

Gary Wallace Powley, 56, of Paris, died Friday, January 14, at Henry County Medical Center. Services were held at 2 p.m. Sunday, January 16, at First United Methodist Church with Randy Stephens, Roger Banks, John Dale and Rev. Guy McCombs officiating. Burial followed in the Memorial Cemetery in Paris. Pallbearers serving were Bart Herbison, Rick Moody, Gaines Hedges, Brent Greer, Daryl Stalls, David Noles and Jimm Guarino. Honorary pallbearers were Larry "Sea Gull" Whitledge and Kenny Deel. Ridgeway Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements.

Mr. Powley was born December 12, 1948, in Hollow Rock. He was a broadcaster/salesman for W.T.P.R. and W.A.K.Q. radion station for 13 years, a U.S. Army veteran during the Vietnam Era, being stationed in South Korea light arms infantry. He was interested in the community, participating in Helping Hands, Relay for Life and many other other organizations.

He was preceded in death by his father, Wallace Powley; and a sister, Diane Rogers. He married Patty Bowden on May 11, 1984, who survives. Other survivors include his mother, Irene Starks Powley of Hollow Rock; three sons, Crispin (Jennifer) Powley of LaVergne, Dylan Powley of Paris, and Damon Nash of Goodlettsville; a daughter, Shyanne (Michael) Frazee of Woodstock, Georgia; and a sister, Denise (Ricky) Umstead of Huntingdon. [Source: Carroll County NEWS-LEADER]

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William Ricky Reed

William Ricky Reed

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Charles Edward Robbins

Charles Edward Robbins

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Carolyn Elizabeth Sade

Carolyn Elizabeth Sade

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Lynda Vick Smothers

Lynda Vick Smothers
Reporter

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James Danny Snider

James Danny Snider

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John Carroll Thompson

John Carroll Thompson

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Sheryl Jean Tolbert

Sheryl Jean Tolbert

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Janice Faye Turner

Janice Faye Turner

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Joyce Ann Turner

Joyce Ann Turner

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Brian Thomas Walters

Brian Thomas Walters

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Joan Kortvely Walters

Joan Kortvely Walters

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Betty Lou Webb

Betty Lou Webb

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Paul Louis Williams

Paul Louis Williams
June 05, 1948 - September 23, 2021

Paul Louis Williams, age 73 of Ashland City, Tennessee, passed away September 23, 2021.

He was preceded in death by parents, Johnny and Jewell Williams; and grandson, Cameron Williams.

Paul is survived by wife of 51 years, Debra Williams; sons, Grey (Beth) Williams; and Ryan (Candace) Williams; daughter, Bethany (Creighton) Brown; and grandchildren, Andrew Stephens; Micaela Stephens; Sean Williams; Jade Williams; Madison Williams; Dillon Williams; Jesse Downs; Brooklynn Williams; Kaylee Williams; Payton Miller; Maxwell Brown; and Lincoln Brown.

Visitation will be held Tuesday, September 28th, 2021 from 4:00PM-8:00PM in the chapel of Anderson and Garrett Funeral Home; and Wednesday, September 29th, 2021 from 12:00PM-2:00PM.

Service will be held Wednesday, September 29th, 2021 at 2:00PM with Rev. Hubert Cunningham.

Interment will follow at Ever Rest Cemetery.[Source: Anderson & Garrett Funeral Home]

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Ernest Neal Wyatt

Ernest Neal Wyatt

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Danny O'Neal Yarbrough

Danny O'Neal Yarbrough