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Dec 30, 2010
Candy, thank you for your interest and concern for Nancy's surgery which was
supposed to take place today at noon at Methodist North Hospital on Covington Pike.
We arrived at the hospital at 9:30 AM as scheduled and Nancy was preparing for the
event when we learned that over 6 procedures scheduled were cancelled because of a
"utility emergency" which is raw sewage in the operating room area. Meth North personnel
tried to move procedures to Meth Germantown before cancelling. We have been waiting to
hear from her doctor or his assistant ever since about rescheduling but so far no word.
We'll keep you posted.

Dec 27, 2010
Nancy Goodwin, wife of Dan, enters Methodist North on December 29 for a
hip replacement.
Please, lets keep Nancy and Dan and their family in our prayers.

Dec 22, 2010
      Visit Guest Book       NORMAN BREWER 76, died December 19, 2010 after a long battle with cancer. He was
born February 4, 1934 in Memphis, Tennessee to Clyde and Harriett Brewer. Norman attended
Tech High School and graduated in 1952. After completing his service in the Army, he had a
long career in broadcasting, including radio and television. He worked for WMC channel 5
from 1958 to 1974 as a reporter, news anchor, and news director. He joined WREG channel 3
in 1995 as a daily commentator. In addition, Norman was also an editorial writer for the
Commercial Appeal, speech writer, and published author. Following in his father's footsteps,
Norman was an avid golfer and found much joy in sharing the game with his family and friends.
He is survived by his long-time companion, Dr. Lovely Free; his two sons, Greg Brewer of
Eads, TN, and Wesley Brewer of Austin, TX;his step-daughter, Tika Zawad of Ringoes, NJ,
seven grandchildren, and one great-grandson. Per his wishes, no public memorial service
will be held. Donations in his memory can be made to the American Cancer Society , or
The First Tee of Memphis.
Condolences may be left on-line at
Memphis Funeral Home and Memorial Gardens 5599 Poplar Avenue (901)725-0100

Dec 20, 2010
News Channel 3's Norm Brewer Remembered
norm.jpg - 8331 Bytes The News Channel 3 team has some sad news to report today.
Long-time commentator and political analyst Norm Brewer has passed
away after a long battle with cancer.
Through his health problems, Norm continued to deliver his daily
news commentaries as he had since 1995. He said that coming into the
newsroom helped keep him going.
He also served as a political analyst, with the Commercial Appeals
Otis Sanford on election night and during debates.
We all remember his commentary as he sat holding a rolled sheet of paper,
discussing just about any issue whether it was the Memphis City School
system or words uttered by former Memphis mayor Herenton.
WREG-TV President and General Manager Ron Walter issued the following statement:
"We at WREG News Channel 3 are deeply saddened by the news of Norm Brewer's
passing. Norm was at the forefront of serious discussions about important
community matters and politics. He invariably offered provocative,
knowledgeable and thoughtful perspectives. No matter how powerful an official
or redoubtable an institution, Norm never shied away from taking decisive
positions he felt were proper and in the best interest of Memphis, the state
and nation. He was what good journalism is all about. He will truly be
missed by not only us at WREG News Channel 3, but also the many viewers who
looked forward to his crisp and informative daily commentaries."
Link to Channel New about Norm                 Link to Video announcement
As soon as funeral Arrangnents are announced, we will post!

Dec 19, 2010
50th Wedding Anniversary Forrest & Peggy Henry
50th.gif - 8913 Bytes Forrest and Peggy Henry of Bartlett will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary on
December 23, 2010. They were married at Speedway Baptist Church on December 23, 1960,
with the church decorated in beautiful Christmas poinsettias. The Henry's have three
daughters and a son-in-law: Pam Henry and Tracy Henry of Lakeland and Kim Henry Deaton
and Gregg Deaton, of Eads. They also have two grandchildren: Andrew Deaton and Lauren
Deaton. After serving in the Army as a Military Policeman, Forrest continued his career
as a law officer, and retired as a Captain from the Memphis Police Department after 28
years of dedicated service. Peggy has a successful career with Mary Kay Cosmetics that
began in 1970

Dec 18, 2010
Former stars gather for 1952 league: All-Memphians of the past, Rodney Dunn (from left)
of Central, 1950, Jimmy Childers of Messick, 1948, and Jimmy Ballard of Tech, 1952, are stars
in the 1952 All-Memphis Basketball League at Gaston Community Center. Dunn is with Standard
Parts, Childers with Master Television and Ballard with Nat Buring.

Dec 17, 2010
prayer2.gif - 3137 Bytes PRAYER REQUEST - I had a phone call from Don Hall last night.
Jamie has been in Baptist East for a week, with an infection.
She may get to go home today, however, please keep Jamie, Don
and their family in your prayers.

Dec 14, 2010
good-news-new.gif - 25831 Bytes      I received an e-mail from Doris, Sam Richard's sister. He was in surgery 3-1/2 hours
and will be in ICU for two days, however, everything went well. Brother, Mason and his
daughter, Robin and her Husband, Rich are here..
Please continue to keep Sam in your prayers.

Dec 9, 2010
We wish to extend sympathy to Carolyn Fitzgerald Rodgers on the death of her sister, Mary Frances Fitzgerald Heppner, Tech 1947
Hernando - MARY FRANCES FITZGERALD HEPPNER, 81, passed away on December 7, 2010.
She retired from AT&T, and was a member of the AT&T Pioneers. Mary was preceded in death
by her husband, B.E. Heppner, and a brother, Donald Fitzgerald. She is survived by her son,
Michael Heppner, daughter-in-law, Diane Heppner, grandchildren Kristina Whitney and Allison
Heppner. Sisters Carolyn Fitzgerald Rodgers, Ann Fitzgerald Bailey, and Martha Fitzgerald
Kesler, and brothers Joe A. Fitzgerald and Charles E. Fitzgerald; and a sister in-law, Virginia
Johnson. The family will receive friends at Memorial Park Funeral Home on Friday, December 10,
from 1 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. The funeral service will immediately follow at 2:30 p.m. In honor of
Mary’s generous heart and loving nature, in lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the
charity of the donor’s choice. Interment will be in Memorial Park Funeral Home.
Memorial Park Funeral Home, "Behind the stone wall", 901-767-8930.
Condolences may be offered at

Dec 8, 2010
prayer2.gif - 3137 Bytes      Sam Richard will enter Methodist Germantown Hospital, on Monday, December 13,
to undergo surgery. He should be hospitalized about a week. He has requested that
we remember him in our prayers

Nov 24, 2010
jcarter.gif - 47580 Bytes          Jack Thomas Carter, 76, of Little Rock, Arkansas, entered into
eterni ty wi th the Lord Friday, September 24, 2010. He wasborn
September 10, 1934 in Memphis, Tennessee. Jack graduated from the University
of Tennessee with an Electrical Engineering degree. He moved to Little
Rock, Arkansas in 1959 as a sales engineer for Honeywell Corporation.
He joined Immanuel Baptist Church soon thereafter where he met and married
the love of his life, Mary Winston, of Newport, Arkansas.
Jack began working for Turner McCoy Mechanical Contractors until 1970, when he
established Jack T. Carter Company, a distributor for HVAC equipment. He
faithfully led and worked in this family business up until a few days before
his death. He was pleased to see all four of his sons work with him in the company.
Jack was a member of Immanuel Baptist Church for over 50 years, serving as a
Deacon for almost 35 years, a Sunday school teacher, RA’s leader, and on numerous
committees during that time. He served our country in the Armed Services for
seven years, concluding with the rank of Captain in the Air National Guard. A r
egistered Professional Engineer in the State of Arkansas, he was a lifetime
member of the American Society of Heating, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning
Engineers (ASHRAE) and served as Area Director for the American Society of
Mechanical Engineers (ASME) early in his career. A devoted husband, father and
grandfather, he left a legacy of faithfulness, integrity and devotion to His
Lord and his family.
He was preceded in death by his son, Todd A. Carter; his parents, Jack R. and Sarah
Carter; and a sister, Betty Smith. He is survived by his wife of 50 years, Mary
Winston Carter; sons and daughters-in-law, Scott and Tessa Carter of Rogers, Mark
and Laura Carter of Little Rock, John and Christa Carter of Knoxville, Tennessee,
Brenda Carter of Little Rock; and 13 grandchildren, Madison and Chloe Carter of
Rogers, Jacob, Matthew and Tyler Carter of Little Rock, Michael, Katherine, Leslie
and Ashley Carter of Little Rock, Craig, Kyle, Mary Claire and Sarah Anne Carter of
Knoxville, Tennessee.
In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Immanuel Baptist Church Building Fund, 501 N. Shackleford Road, Little Rock, Arkansas 72211.

Nov 16, 2010
   Send Condolences     Annie Lois Mullins
Date Of Birth: August 8, 1933
Date Of Death: November 11, 2010
Service Date: Services: 3:00 p.m. Sat. November 13, 2010 in chapel of funeral home
Burial: Mt. Zion Cemetery
There will be no visitation.
Lois Mullins, 77, of Independence, MS, passed away November 11, 2010 at Baptist
Memorial Hospital Memphis. She is survived by her husband, Eddie Mullins of
Independence, MS; her daughter, Debbie Scruggs (Clark) of Independence, MS; her
son, Mark Mullins (Gail) of Independence, MS; her brother, J. D. Parks of Memphis, TN;
4 grandchildren and 9 great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her son,
Marty Mullins and her sister, Beatrice Sanders.
Mrs. Mullins was a member of Bett Baptist Church.

Nov 13, 2010
Notice in the Memphis Paper, As soon as more detail are availiable, we will post.
Independence - LOIS (Anne Lois Parks) MULLINS, 77, died November 11. Pate-Jones, 662-562-4481.
Published in The Commercial Appeal on November 13, 2010

Nov 8, 2010
Email from Jay Kennedy
img018.jpg - 1889094 Bytes This is a picture of our winning float in the Cotton Carnival Parade.
It appeared in the May 15, 1952 edition of the Commercial Appeal.
The last period Art class went to the auditorium and worked on the floats for several
weeks before the parade. The ones I remember are Mary Nell Parks (McNeil)
Gordon Herren, Bobbie Gladden, MarteneColeman (Maddinger). There were others but after almost 60 years that all I remember.
I was on the floor playing the guitar to the girl on the balcony. What great fun we had!
Jay Kennedy

Oct 28, 2010
    Visit Guest Book     CUBIE LAVERNE HALL, 99, of Memphis, TN, died Sunday October 24, 2010 at St. Francis Hospital.
She was preceded in death by her husband Andrew M. Hall a local restaurateur and owner of the Cottage
restaurant and others in the mid 1960’s and 70’s. The center of her life was always her children and
family and she loved them above all but her savior. She is survived by her daughter, Lillian E. King
of Collierville; two sons, Donald E. Hall of Germantown and Ted M Hall of Collierville TN; seven
grandchildren, Deborah Morgan of Piperton, Donald E. Hall, Jr. of Memphis, David C. Hall, of
Cantonment, FL, Michael King of Hendersonville, Robin C. Ramos of Ashburn, VA., Susan Tilton, of Memphis,
Ginger Smither of Millington. Nine great- grandchildren, Mathew Matkin of Jacksonville, FL., Ashley
and Britney King, both of Hendersonville, Ryan and Sidney Ramos of Ashburn, VA, James and Andrew Tilton
of Memphis, Jennifer Allen of Memphis and Machelle Matkin who preceded her great-grandmother in death;
Two great-great-grandchildren, Preston King of Hendersonville, TN and Noah Matkin of Jacksonville, FL.
Visitation is from 5-7 p.m. Wednesday, October 27, at Memorial Park Funeral Home, 5668 Poplar Ave.
Memphis, TN. An 11 a.m. Mass will be said Thursday, October 28, at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic
Church in the Chapel, 8151 Poplar Ave., Germantown, TN. Internment will follow in Memorial Park, 5668
Poplar Ave. Memphis, TN. In lieu of flowers you may send a gift in her name to St Jude Children’s Research
Hospital for cancer research.
Memorial Park Funeral Home, "Behind the stone wall", 901-767-8930.
Published in The Commercial Appeal on October 26, 2010

Oct 17, 2010
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     Visit Guest Book      Harry "Red" Burl Null, Sr. 84 of Meridian passed away in the early morning hours on
Tuesday, October 12, 2010. Red was born on December 20, 1925 in Fairfield, OH to Harrison and
Elizabeth Null. Red married the love of his life, Reva Arrwood on December 26, 1951. He served
in the United States Marine Corp from July 1943 to March 1973, he retired as Master Gunnery Sergeant .
He served in World War II and the Korean War. He trained jet and helicopter pilots during the
Vietnam War. While employed at Patterson Air Force Base in Dayton, OH at the age of 16 he worked
and caddied for the famous General Doolittle who called him Sprecks for his red hair and freckles.
Red and Reva lived in Memphis, TN from 1951 to 1956 they were then transferred to El Toro Marine
Corps Air Station and lived off base in Santa Ana, CA where they lived until 1975. After his
retirement from the Marine Corps they moved to San Jose, CA until 1988, during this time Red worked
as a property manager. After Red's retirement from property management they moved to Cameron Park,
CA and lived there until 1996 when they moved to Meridian, ID to be near their children. For many
years Red and Reva enjoyed square dancing. He held officer positions in numerous square dancing
associations including president of the California State Council and attended numerous National
State Square Dancing Conventions. He was the western vice-president of The United Square Dancers
of America. He and his wife Reva where the chairpersons of State Conventions of California in 1989
and 1991. He was also a member of the Masonic Lodge of Orange, California. He is survived by his
wife of 59 years, his Southern Belle, Reva; his children: Annette and her husband Joe Mintzer,
Harry B. Null, Jr., Richard E. Null, Sharon and her husband John J. Murphy III and Debra and her
husband Curtis Sanchez; grandchildren (to whom he was known as Bampy): Kimberly and her husband
Neal Shipton, Nicholas Null, Brian and his wife Amber Null, Dwain Murphy, Laura Null, Jason Null,
Kristine Murphy, John J. Murphy IV and his wife Elyse, Taylor Breanne Sanchez, Savannah Sanchez,
Joe Mintzer and Kathy Harter; great-grandchildren: Kathryn Mintzer, Riley Murphy, Bryanna Murphy,
Mariah Sutton, Landen Null, Joanna Harter, Zachary Null, Conner Wertz, John J. Murphy V and Isaiah
Null. He was preceded in death by his parents, his brother, Sam Null and many of Reva's brothers and
sisters from Memphis, TN and his precious dog Bo-Bo. Funeral services will be held at 2:00 PM on
Monday, October 18th at the Meridian Friends Church, 1021 W. Pine in Meridian. Burial will be held
on Friday, October 22nd at Memorial Park in Memphis, TN.
Condolences may be left for the family at
Local services are under the direction of Accent Funeral Home, Meridian.
Visitation at 5 til 7PM October 21st at Memorial Park in Memphis, TN

Oct 14, 2010
     Visit Guest Book      WILLIAM THOMAS “Bill” COCHRAN, 78, passed away at his home on Tuesday,
October 12, 2010. Bill was born on January 12, 1932 in Memphis, TN. He graduated from Memphis
Technical High School in 1950 where he participated in football, baseball, and basketball. Bill
was general manager of Mid South Cotton Growers Association for 29 years and retired from Security
Fire Protection in 2001. He leaves his wife of 58 years Florine Jordan Cockran; a sister, Norma
Stinson (Roy) of Paris, TN; four children, Vicky Roper of Southaven, MS; Rose Ann McNiell (Bob)
of Olive Branch, MS; Tom Cochran (Julie) of Germantown, TN; and Rusty Cochran (Michele) of Collierville,
TN. He also leaves 11 grandchildren, 6 great-grandchildren, and 2 great-great-grandchildren.
The family requests that any memorials be sent to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital or Le
Bonheur Children’s Hospital.
Visitation is at 11:00 and services at 1:00 on Friday
Family Funeral Care 4925 Summer Ave Memphis, TN 38122 (901)761-8000
Published in The Commercial Appeal on October 14, 2010

Oct 13, 2010
Null, Harry, Sr., 84 of Meridian died on Tuesday, October 12, 2010 at a
Meridian hospital. Services are under the direction of Accent Funeral Home,
Published in Idaho Statesman on October 13, 2010

Oct 13, 2010
I received the sad news from Reva to day. As soon as we find out any more details, we will post.
      TO all our dear friends .
I wanted to let you know that the love of my life Red Null passed
Away this morning at 640 AM Tuesday Oct. 12th. He did not suffer.
He had a heart attack. He was at home. I am sorry ,but this is the
hardest e-mail I have ever sent. I am not able to Continue.
      Reva Null 208-884-3812

Oct 7, 2010
    Visit Guest Book      Olive Branch - WILLIAM RAY JOHNSON, 72, loving, devoted and caring father, husband, and brother,
died October 5, 2010 at his home in Olive Branch. The family will receive friends Thursday, October 7
from 3-4 p.m., with a Memorial service to begin at 4 p.m., all at Memorial Park Funeral Home. Mr. Johnson
was born January 5, 1938 in Memphis, TN. He was a member and deacon at Graceland Christian Church, served
our country in the Army National Guard, and retired from Kraft Foods after 36 years of service. He had a
great love for church, family and friends. He leaves a son, James R. Johnson and his wife, Tammi; sister,
Barbara Pope; brothers, Robert Johnson and Barry Johnson; grandchildren, Austin R. Johnson and Chelsey
R. Elliott; and a dear friend, Catherine Yeager. Memorials can be made to Graceland Christian Church.
Billy Ray is now at home with his Lord Jesus.
Memorial Park Funeral Home, "Behind the stone wall", 901-767-8930.
Condolences may be offered at
Published in The Commercial Appeal on October 7, 2010

Oct 4, 2010
In the Home Economics section of Career Day at Tech High School in October 1951,
Mrs. Owen Massie of The Looking Glass, a modeling school, shows how the sweater fits
Glynda Pruette of 2761 Burns. Students are allowed to choose sessions on a variety of
subjects, ranging from crime prevention to art. Tech graduates often discuss their field
with students as part of the school's vocational guidance program.
Photo by The Commercial Appeal

Aug 24, 2010
Email from Mason Richard
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I visited the Tech1952 Website and saw your notice that George Harmon
had died. A tribute to George Harmon may be found by Millsaps College.
I think his Tech High classmates might be interested in that tribute.
George was my wrestling coach when I was at Tech.
Go to and type George Harmon in the faculty search at the top
of the screen. I tried to include the tribute in this email but was unsuccessful.
As you can see, he was well regarded by his faculty and friends at Millsaps College.
Mason Richard (Sam's little brother)
Click here to go to the tribute at Millsaps Colledge website

Aug 24, 2010
Mary Nell learned today that George M. Harmon, Jr., of our class
had passed away 12-15-07. She learned this from his widow after a phone
call to her. MN told her that we would be sending a Memorial in George's
memory to St. Jude, and she was very touched.

Aug 15, 2010

Dan & Nancy's 50th Wedding Celebration

Click on any small photo

Aug 13, 2010
Email from Jay Kennedy
They put me on the cover of Heart Insight magazine.
Attached is the cover you can read the article on the internet
at Heart Insight. "Just a little horn toot" Jay

Heart Insight article <--- click here
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July 29, 2010
powers.jpg - 32919 Bytes         Visit Guest Book        ALICE KENNEDY POWERS, 64 of Cordova passed peacefully at home on Sunday
July 25, 2010. Connie fought a long courageous battle with cancer. She leaves her loving,
devoted husband, Bill Powers; two daughters: Amy Todd (Wade) of Nashville, TN and Angie Taylor
(Ric) of Memphis, TN; two stepchildren: Susan Powers of Lexington, KY and Tom Powers
(Jennifer) of Memphis, TN; eight grandchildren she adored: Nelson, Victoria, and Alexis
Taylor, Lauren, Gabrielle, and Isaac Todd, Landon and Avery Powers. She is survived by
two brothers: Jay Kennedy and Bill Kennedy and two sisters; Jodi Reed and Jeannie
McMahon. Connie also leaves many loving nieces, nephews and cousins.
She was preceded in death by her parents Joe and Amelia Kennedy. A memorial service
will be held at 10:00 a.m., Saturday, July 31 at Hope Presbyterian Church, with
burial to follow at Elmwood Cemetery.
Any memorials can be made to Wings Cancer Foundation or Crossroads Hospice.
Published in The Commercial Appeal on July 29, 2010

July 15, 2010
The Lloyds have a new Great-Grand Baby
Peyton Lloyd Bostick
8 lb 13 oz 22 inches long
born July 14, 2010

July 7, 2010
         Talked to Cliff Acred the other night. He is recovering from back surgery
and is back to work a little. Let's keep him in our prayers.
Also sympathy to Florine and Bill Cochran in the death of Florine's

Stopped by to see Barbara Espey Burke today. She wants us to keep
their family in our prayers..

Now for the good news!
Pat Humphries Miller is now a member of the Sunshine Committee. She
will be taking over the October and November Birthdays.

I am so grateful for anyone who steps forward to help this committee,
I sure couldn't do it alone. Dan Goodwin will not increase my salary
one little bit, so at this time all I get is satisfaction from the
Committee, which is payment enough..

Thanks for all you do,

July 1, 2010
        A call from Bille Jean Word Faller last night revealed that Bobby Sullivan has had
two recent surgeries. He is doing okay but lets keep he and Anne in our prayers.

Also talked to Florine Cochran today and they are doing fair. They make frequent
trips to the Doctors, which wears them both out.

Also keep those who need our prayers, we are unaware of, in our prayers.

June 9, 2010
         We have received a prayer request for Reggie Young, precious brother of
Alice Young Wheatley. Reggie recently had a melanoma cancer removed from
his shoulder and more surgery is possible.
Please keep Alice, Reggie and his wife in your prayers,
per the e-mail Mary Nell received.
Thanks, Candy

May 20, 2010
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Just wanted to let you know that at 76 old techies we can still be competitave.
We went to the American College of Sports Medicine 2010 World Games at Agnes Scott
College in Decatur, Ga. Seventy (70) athletes participated from all over the country.
Our volleyball team won the Gold Metal and I also won the Gold Metal in doubles
tennis, Silver Metal in table tennis and Silver Metal in prediction bike.
Best wishes:

May 10, 2010
      Visit Guest Book       BETTYE LOUISE (FISHER) FLYNN, 77, of Somerville, formerly of Memphis, retired bookkeeper,
passed away May 8, 2010. She is survived by two sons, Robert Flynn (Hazel) of Bartlett, TN, James Flynn
(Rebecca) of Cordova, TN; daughter Deborah Hagey (John) of Franklin, TN; five grandchildren Heather
Godsey, Kimberly League, Robert Flynn,Jr., Brian Waymire, Brandon Waymire and nine great grandchildren.
Visitation will be on Tuesday May 11 from 5-8 PM and services will be on Wednesday, May 12 at 2 PM both
at Memphis Funeral Home Germantown Parkway Chapel. Burial will follow in Memory Hill Gardens.
Memorials may be made to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital or Victory Life Assembly of God
Church in Somerville, TN.
Memphis Funeral Home Germantown Parkway Chapel (901)937-1144
Published in The Commercial Appeal on May 10, 2010

May 2, 2010
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Trae Soule sent this email... It's really scary!!!     Everyone should know this!!     I didn"t!!
This is disturbing to say the least.
when you first open the U-tube video it will start with a non-related commercial (about 30 sec or so)
just wait and view an amazing revelation about copiers! ! ! !

Before you think "yeah, well, I never use a copier, not even at the office supply/shipping
store", think of all those who have your papers that do. Accountants, attorneys, health
professionals...the list goes on.
Watch it to the end for the scariest bit. Identity theft, anyone?
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April 30, 2010
visiting.gif - 2993 Bytes              I stopped by to see Barbara Espey Burke today.
We had a good conversation and lots of hugging.
I invited she and Terry to come to our next eat out.
Their family has been through a great deal the last few years,
and I would like to request your prayers for Barbara,
Terry and their family.

April 20, 2010
             THANK YOU
A special thank you to all our classmates for their prayers,
calls, visits and cards during Jim's recent surgery and medicine
reaction. I cannot tell you how scared I was, and knowing we
were in your prayers helped a great deal.
Once again, thanks for remembering us.
God Bless,
Jim and Candy Wilkinson

April 15, 2010
Jim came through his third knee replacement of his right knee with flying colors on
Monday, however, today, things went a little sour. His oxyden level dropped and
his fever went up.
After doing many tests, it was decided to put him in ICU, around 6 PM this evening.
I am requesting prayers from my classmates.
God Bless
Candy Holt Wilkinson

April 10, 2010
I would like to ask all my classmates to remember our family in their prayers.
My husband, Jim is entering Methodist Germantown Hospital on April 12, to have his
right knee replaced for the third time.
We really hope that the "third time is a charm".
Thank you and God Bless,
Candy Holt Wilkinson

Mar 1, 2010
    Sign Guest Book      MICHAEL SCHLEMMER-BURK, devoted husband, father, son, and brother passed away
Friday afternoon at home. He worked side by side with his parents, running Mount Moriah
cleaners for almost thirty years. Michael was a simple family man who always had a
smile on his face and a willingness to help others. He leaves his wife Rosa Ariata,
precious son Miguelito, parents Barbara [Barbara Espey] and Terry Burke, and
brother, Patrick Burke (Dorothy). He was preceded in death by his father Donald Edward
Schlemmer and his sister, Donna Helen Schlemmer-Burke. Visitation will be Monday 5-7
at Memorial Park Funeral Home with a Rosary at 7. The service will be 10 a.m. Tuesday
at St Louis Catholic Church. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that memorials
be made to the American Heart Association , or organization of the donor’s choice.
Memorial Park Funeral Home (901)767-8930

Feb 7, 2010
       We have just learned of the death of Peggy Guess Will's Granddaughter,
Jennifer. Jennifer was a diabetic and passed away at age 30 of a heart attack.
Please keep Peggy and her family in your prayers.
Mary Nell

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MARY GRACE OLDHAM CHAMBERLAIN, 75, passed away February 3, 2009, at her home
in Cordova, TN. She was a 1952 graduate of Tech High, a genealogist, political activist and
business owner. She is survived by her daughters, Pat Chamberlain York of Spicewood, TX and
Laurie Chamberlain Edwards and son-in-law, Davy West of Cordova; son, Paul Chamberlain of
Bentonville, AR and grandchildren, Cline, Joshua, and Travis York of Spicewood, TX, Ben and Kyle
Edwards of Cordova, TN and Taylor Chamberlain of Columbia, MD. She was preceded in death by
her son, Steve Chamberlain of Columbia, MD.
A graveside service will be 2 p.m. Tuesday, February 9, in Antioch Baptist Church Cemetery in Bruce, MS.
The family will receive friends from 5-7 p.m. Monday, February 8, at Memphis Funeral Home Poplar Chapel.
Memphis Funeral Home Poplar (901)725-0100
Published in The Commercial Appeal on February 7, 201

Feb 2, 2010
The Sunshine Committee is doing a great job getting your birthday
cards to you, and we hope to be able to continue the practice. In
checking around, we believe we are one of the few, if not only,
classes that are doing this.
You will find a form in your card this year, that we wish you would
take the time to complete the information and return the one of two
ways requested.
We have only received 3 back for January and they are all GUYS,
come on classmates, please help us out.
Your cooperation will be appreciated.

The Sunshine Committee
Paula Holt Wilkinson, Chairman

Jan 14, 2010
      Visit Guest Book       LEE T. GRISHAM, 75, of Memphis passed away Tuesday, January 12, 2010 at Grace Healthcare.
He was retired from Harts Bread. Mr. Grisham is survived by his wife of 54 years, Kay Grisham;
daughter, Hollie Grisham Williams of Atoka; son, Steve Grisham of Bartlett; grandchildren, Steffanie
and Kirby Grisham, Kaylee and Brayden Williams; sister, Grace Gribble of Memphis; brother,
John Earl Grisham and was preceded in death his brother, Vernon Grisham of Memphis. A graveside
service will be held at 1:00 p.m., Friday, January 15, 2010 at Memory Hill Gardens-Bartlett.
The family requests memorials be sent to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
Memphis Funeral Home Germantown Parkway Chapel
(901) 937-1144
Published in The Commercial Appeal on January 14, 2010

Dec 20, 2009
Sign the Guest Book ZAPATA, TEXAS---Jack D. McEndarffer 77, passed away on Wednesday, November 4, 2009
while wintering in Zapata, Texas. Mr. McEndarffer is survived by his wife of 57 years Patricia,
daughter, Beverly Chubb (Jeff); son, Dave (Debbie); grandchildren, Greg, Nick, Lacy, Piper and
Tiffany; great-grandson, Jake; and a sister, Susan.
Mr. McEndarffer served in U.S. Navy, Masons Shriner and Scottish Rite.
Mr. McEndarffer was a beloved husband and father long laid to rest with full military honors in
Leavenworth National Cemetery. In Lieu of flowers donations can be made to Shriners Children’s
Hospital in St. Louis, MO.
Funeral arrangements are under the direction of
Rose Garden Funeral Home Daniel A. Gonzalez, Funeral Director, 2102 HWY 83

Dec 16, 2009
Saturday Dec. 12th at 2:59 PM Dylan Paul Gonzalez, 7# 5oz, 21" arrived.
Welcomed by Mom & Dad Juan & Ashley McNeill Gonzalez & Brother Dayton (2 years)
also Great Grandmother Mary Nell McNeill(Alton).
Almost forgot Grandparents Mike & Joyce McNeill.

Dec 12, 2009
         E-Mail from Candy
Yesterday, I received one of the saddest Christmas cards of my life.
Our classmate, Patty Finch McEndarffer, wrote that her husband, Jack, had passed away very suddnly
on November 4, in Zapata, Texas They had been married 57 wonderful years..
Jack was taken to Kansas, where he received a full Military Service.
Pat will remain with children in Kansas until after the first of the year, at which
time she will return to Texas, for the Winter.
Please keep Pat and her family in your prayers.
I was able to speak with her yesterday, for a short time and I have sent a card from the class.

Dec 9, 2009
      PAULINE SLATEN DODSON, 94, peacefully left her earthly body Sunday,
December 6, 2009 at Rose Terrace Assisted Living. She retired from Innkeeper’s Supply,
a division of Holiday Inns, as a drapery cutter. Pauline, also known as Pinky, Polly
and Grandma, is remembered for her enchanting smile, loving nature, quick wit and especially
her devotion to family. She was known for her sewing skills, generosity, friendliness
to everyone she met, and being a good listener. Pauline was preceded in death by her
husband, Elvin K. Dodson; parents, Noel and Addie Slaten; siblings, Robert (Brother) Slaten,
Nina Rhodes, Maudie Howard, Ann Nelson and Etta Billings. She leaves to mourn her passing a
daughter, Joyce, and son-in-law, Fred Dodson; grandchildren, Scott, Amy and Jeff (Dawne)
Dodson, all of Memphis and Dan (Beth) Dodson of Maryland Heights, MO; great-grandchildren,
Jack, Andrew, Caroline, Asher and Alex Dodson; nieces, Sandra (James) Chamberlin and Linda
Nelson of Monroe, LA. Polly will be especially missed by coworker and longtime dear friend,
Virginia South, an adopted member of the family. Thank you, Aunt Gin, for your devoted loving
care of Grandma during her illnesses and your Christian witness to us all. The family also
takes comfort that she was happy the last months of her life because of the staff and
residents of Rose Terrace who welcomed her with open arms and hearts. The family requests
memorials be made to the American Diabetes Association or American Heart Association .
Visitation will be form 5-7 p.m. Thursday, December 9 at Memphis Funeral Home on Poplar.
Funeral services will be at 10 a.m., Friday, December 11, with burial in Memorial Park Cemetery.
Memphis Funeral Home Poplar (901)725-0100
Published in The Commercial Appeal on December 9, 2009 >

Nov 29, 2009
Robert Singleton and Beth Towery were united in marriage on
Saturday, November 28,2009, at St. Anne's Catholic Church, Memphis, Tennessee.
We wish them much happiness from our class

Nov 12, 2009
Roane Waring Jr., commander of American Legion Post No. 1, presents
Cadet Commander Bobby Joe Johnson (second from left) and Nancy Fisher, both of Humes
High ROTC, with a saber and red ribbon as first-place awards in competitive marching
at the Victory Day Parade on a rainy Nov. 12, 1951. Looking on is Maj. John R. Ellis
(left), director of public school ROTC training. Patsy Young and Cadet Commander
Walter Moore (back left) accepted the second-place white ribbon for Messick High.
The third-place blue ribbon was presented to Cadet Commander Thomas Neely and Joyce
Lewis, both of Tech High.
The girls were sponsors of their ROTC units.

The Commercial Appeal files

Nov 7, 2009
Email from candy
                   Just got off the phone with Sam Richard. He had just arrived home
from St. Francis. He was in great spirits and I told him we would
all continue to pray for him.

Nov 6, 2009
               From: Dellis0408
To: Mary N McNeill
Sent: 11/4/2009 11:28:41 P.M. Central Standard Time
Subj: Sam Richard
Mary Nell:         Sam had surgery and is in the hospital - St Frances; I do not know the
room number because they just today moved him from ICU to a regular room.
I would have called you, but for the life of me, I cannot find your phone number.
Would you send again and I will program into my cell phone.

Mason is in Memphis, as is his daughter, Robin.  Let your Classmates know.
Love and hugs

Oct 27, 2009
Visit Guest Book          Curtis DeWayne Phillipy of Memphis, passed from this life on October
25, 2009. He was born on March 5, 1934 to O. R. and Audrey Brown Phillipy. He was a graduate of
the University of Tennessee and owned and operated a successful insurance business for many
years. He enjoyed several hobbies, including hunting, fishing, and UT football. He was
especially proud of being a private pilot with 5,000 hours of flying time. DeWayne was a
longtime member of Grace St. Luke’s Episcopal Church. DeWayne is survived by his children:
Linda Phillipy, Lee Phillipy, Mary Audrey and (Timothy) Cook, and Curtis and (Donna) Phillipy.
He also leaves five grandchildren, six great-grandchildren, and two brothers, Ralph K. and
Edwin Phillipy. Dewayne is predeceased by his parents, O.R. and Audrey Phillipy and a brother,
Edward Phillipy. The family will receive friends from 11 a.m.-12 noon on Thursday, October 29,
at Grace St. Luke’s Episcopal Church with a memorial service to follow at 12 noon. In lieu of
flowers, the family requests any donations be made to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital or
Grace St. Luke’s Episcopal Church.

Memorial Park Funeral Home (901)767-8930
Published in The Commercial Appeal on October 27, 2009

Oct 26, 2009
Email from Alice Wheatley
From: AliceW585
To: Mary N McNeill
Sent: 10/25/2009 9:04:26 P.M. Central Daylight Time
Subj: DeWayne Phillipy
Dear Mary Nell,
DeWayne's daughter, Linda, called this evening to tell me DeWayne died last night at St. Francis Hospital in Bartlett of heart failure. He is being cremated,
and the only service being planned is communion at Grace St. Luke's Episcopal Church, perhaps on Wednesday or Thursday afternoon. Linda said flowers should not be sent.
Any memorial donations can go to charity of choice. She is to call me back about the communion's exact date and time, and she said this would also be in the newspaper.
Please pass this on to anyone you can think of who would like to know.

Oct 24, 2009
     Visit Guest Book       Jane Till Shedd, 73, of Bartlett, TN, died Thursday, October 22, 2009 at
her home. She was retired from the 1st National Bank of Oxford and a member of Bartlett Baptist
Church. Mrs. Shedd was preceded in death by her husband, David Joe Shedd and is survived by her
children, Suzanne Horton of Bartlett, TN, Vicki Farnham of Las Vegas, NV, Frederick Shedd of
Bartlett, TN; grandchildren, Elizabeth Thacker, Joshua Horton, Michael Burrows, Amber, Erin
and Benjamin Shedd; great-grandchildren, Hannah and Lennon Thacker. Other survivers include her
sister, Sue Peel of Tupelo, MS and brothers, Amos Till, Jr. of Bosier City, LA and David Till
of Shreveport, LA.
Visitation will be 3-5 p.m., Sunday, October 25 at Forest Hill East Funeral Home.
Services will be at 10 a.m., Monday at the funeral home with interment to follow.
Memorials may be sent to the American Heart Association .

Forest Hill East Funeral Home 901-382-1000
Published in The Commercial Appeal on October 24, 2009

Oct 18, 2009
          We had 20 in attendance at our dinner last night. It was so wonderful to have Jamie
and Don Hall back with us after her serious health problems. Jamie is still very weak,
but we know, you can't keep a good gal down, and she'll be kicking high in a few more months.

Oct 13, 2009
Found in an old newspaper dated            
November 4, 2008                
In the commerical Appeal       
100 years ago: 1908              Miss Effie Wright, Mrs. Annie Cooney, Miss Christine Reudelhuber,
Dr. Jesse Cullings and E. Klein were elected officers of the
Memphis High School Alumni at a recent meeting.

Sept 29 2009
Techites at the fair!
Old fashioned fun:        Pat Simmons, of Memphis, and Jep Williamson,
of Southaven, enjoy swing dancing at the Mid-South Fair Monday. The Jim Mahannah
Band played during a Tea Dance For Seniors.

Sept 14 2009
Flu shots are in the news again
If you're looking for someplace to get flu shot
check out this link!
I'd call ahead,, just to be sure!!
2008 Flu Shot Clinic Locator/
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Sept 14th, 2009
Visit Guest Book       Rexie Mae Smithart, 73, died Saturday, September 12, 2009 at her
Cordova residence. Rexie lived a life committed to her family. She was preceded
in death by her husband of 46 years, Glenn Smithart. She is survived by her
two sons, Mark Smithart and his wife, Pam of Northport, AL, and Kevin Smithart of
Cordova; four grandchildren, Brad Smithart (Stephanie), Stacey LaRusso (Jeff),
Brian Smithart (Megan) and Chandler Smithart, and four great grandchildren,
Parker, Mason, Tanner and Presley. Also surviving is her mother, Louise Nowlin
of Ward, AR, and her sister, Kay Nowlin Young of Cherokee Village, AR.
Funeral services will be Tuesday, September 15 at 1 p.m. at Memorial Park Funeral
Home in the Fireside Chapel.
A visitation will be Monday from 5-8 p.m.
Interment will be in Memorial Park Cemetery.

Memorial Park Funeral Home (901)767-8930
Published in The Commercial Appeal on September 14, 2009

Sept 10th, 2009
good_news pic.gif - 45635 Bytes             Jamie Hall has been moved out of I.C.U. and is now
back in a room at Baptist East. Things are looking better for her, and
we hope that Don can take her home to spoil her more, very soon.
Her room number is 2417.

Sept 4th, 2009
Visit Guest Book          Donald E. Stone, 77, of Memphis, formerly of
Blytheville, AR, passed away Thursday, September 3, 2009, at St. Francis
Hospital. Visitation will be held 5-7 p.m. tonight, Friday, September 4, at
Memphis Funeral Home Poplar Chapel, and graveside services will be held at
10 a.m. Saturday, September 5, in Memorial Park Cemetery. Donald was a U.S.
Air Force Veteran, and he retired from Central Pipe Co. He is survived by
his sister, Olene Talley of Cordova; his nephew, Robert A. Talley of Memphis;
his niece, Kim Talley of Cordova; five great-nieces and nephews; and three
great-great-nieces and nephews. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions
may be made to the John C. Talley Pediatric Neurological Foundation at
LeBonheur Children's Medical Center.
Memphis Funeral Home Poplar (901)725-0100

Published in The Commercial Appeal on September 4, 2009

Sept 2nd, 2009
Email from Candy
                 I received a phone call from Don Hall, Jr. today.
Jamie has developed a problem with her blood pressure and has been moved
back to the step down unit. They have many things they are checking on,
however, he asked that we keep their family in our prayers. He is busy
trying to keep his Dan rested up and on his feet.

August 30th, 2009
Email from Candy
Spoke with Don Hall, Jr. today to get an update on Jamie. She was moved
to a room around noon today, and was resting from time to time. She is doing well,
and will probably be there seven days, so if you wish to drop her a card, it is
Baptist East Hospital, 6019 Walnut Grove Rd., Memphis, TN 38120 and it is Room 2403.
Please keep them in your prayers
Spoke with Bunny McVeigh Phillips today, she had slipped after getting out
of the shower and landed on her back. I could hear the pain in her voice when she
answered the phone.
Keep her in your prayers

August 7th, 2009
Email from Candy
                 I just got off the phone with Jamie Hall. She had just gotten
home from the hospital, where they have found some heart problems.
She will return to the doctor on August 18, and they will make a decision
what to do.
Please keep Jamie and Donnie and their family in your prayers.

August 6th, 2009
     Visit Guest Book       Thomas G. "Tommy" Shemwell 75, of Eads, TN, formerly of Memphis,
passed away Wednesday, August 5, 2009, at St. Francis Hospital. Funeral services
will be 11 a.m. Saturday, August 8, at Memphis Funeral Home Poplar Chapel, with interment
to follow in Memphis Memory Gardens Cemetery. Visitation will be held 5-8 p.m. on Friday,
August 7, at the funeral home. Tommy retired from Mid-South Fair/ Libertyland after 30
years of service, and he was a member of Trinity Baptist Church in Cordova. He was a loving
and devoted husband, father, and grandfather. Tommy was preceded in death by his wife of
42 years, Charlene Shemwell; and by his son, Thomas Jerome "Jerry" Shemwell. He is survived
by 2 sons, Tim Shemwell (Kathy) and Tony Shemwell (JoAnne); 7 grandchildren, Branden,
Chris, Logan, Luke, Laney, Landon, and Lexy; his sister, Ginger Shemwell; his brother,
George Shemwell; and numerous nieces, nephews, and special friends.
Memphis Funeral Home Poplar (901)725-0100

July 29th, 2009
From the commerical Appeal, Memphis Memories, Almost 50 years ago!
My Hero!   :    Boy scout to the rescue --
Eight-year-old Sherron Lynn Thorne of 4257 Belle Meade Circle shyly --
and gratefully -- felt the muscle of 16-year-old Walter Robbins Jr. of
312 North Watkins on July 29, 1951, after he had saved her from possible
drowning in Tennessee Chute off Riverside Park. The two are distant cousins
and were attending a family reunion picnic. Walter is a Tech High Boy Scout

July 26th, 2009
How We Met: They'll be marking 70 years of marriage

Ernest and Mamie Moore
She'd graduated from Tech High 1936
Click for newspaper article!

July 10th, 2009
teacher-clipart-web.gif - 35977 Bytes           CONGRATULATIONS
Jennifer Hall, granddaughter of Jamie and Don Hall, a third grade teacher
at Ellendale Elementary School, has been named
"Most Outstanding New Teacher of the year",
by the Shelby County School System.

Congratulations to Jennifer, her Dad, Donnie Hall, and to the proud grandparents.

June 27th, 2009
Mary Nell wanted us to know that her little great granddaughter is battling whooping
cough. Gosh, I haven't heard of that in years. Let's pray for a speedy recovery.

Ran into Marion Graves at a funeral today, she sent hello to her classmates.

June 16th, 2009
Stephenonchannel33.jpg - 246605 Bytes Email from Mary Nell
Stephen & his band were on Live@9 on Thurs.
This was their 1st time on TV & they were great.
Of course Doug was there too.
Stephen is the one in the black shirt (Hard Rock Cafe).
Mary Nell

May 31st, 2009
EMail from Walker Hurd
Click on either thumbnail to see
Bill, I took these pictures Thursday nite at the Peabody Rooftop party. It's Sam and Paula Gentry's granddaughter, Alexis Grace,
singing with my son's band. My son Doug, in the picture, is the lead singer of Dr. Zarr's Amazing Funk Monster, and they play the
Rooftop Party usually 2 or 3 times each summer. I was lucky enough to catch a picture of Alexis singing with them. Just thought
you might want to post it on the website.

May 17th, 2009
Our thanks to the Goodwins

Thanks to Lou & Bill Goodwin for hosting the monthly get-to-gather.
Everyone brought food and deserts, and we had MORE than enough!
The weather co-operated prefectly and everyone had a great time.
There 32 people there
The host and hostess made every one feel welcome.
Also Seneca and Linda did an outstanding job of putting it all togather!

Apr 22, 2009
Email from Candy and Jim
       Jim and I, along with our entire family would like to thank you for the e-mails
of support and your calls and prayers.
Devin is improving, however, it will be a slow process. They did place two rods
in her back and she was out of bed yesterday for a short walk with her brace on.
We are all very optimist that she will make a full recovery.
Thanks once again for the prayers, calls, e-mails and support given our family.
God Bless, Jim and Candy

Apr 19, 2009
       Just talked with Candy a few minutes ago.
The surgery on their grand daughter went well.
They did a spinal fusion, added two rods. They said the
concussion and cracked ribs would take care of themselves.

Apr 19, 2009
Alexis Grace, Sam's Grand daughter sent a "Thank You" to our class   <-- click to see

Apr 18, 2009
Email from Candy
      It is our turn to request prayers.
Our granddaughter, Devin Moseley, was injured in a fall in Stillwater,OK.
They were going to airlift her to Oklahoma City, but due to bad weather she was
taken by ambulance. We know she has a brain concussion, and back injuries,
how bad at this time we do not know.
Jim and I will be leaving shortly for OKC, please keep our family in your prayers.

Apr 10, 2009
DSC01878a.JPG - 63165 Bytes Billie Jean (Word) Faller and Paula (Holt) Wilkinson
met at the airport today as She was passing thru Memphis for a short visit

She send greetings to all.
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Apr 10, 2009
Some of the handy work Billie Jean (Barnes) Foran is doing.
Her son, Mike cuts the strips, and she adds them to the blanket.
These are just a few of the blankets they make
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Mar 30, 2009
        Anne Rose Wills Rowland of Ringgold died Wednesday, March 25, 2009
at her residence. She was 75. A native of Memphis, Tenn., she resided in the
Ringgold area since 1997 and was a member of Brainerd Presbyterian Church.
Survivors include her husband, Abe Rowland of Ringgold; two sons and daughter-in-law,
Jon and Laurie Rowland of Kingston, Tenn., Paul Rowland of Berea, Ky.; several
nieces and nephews.
Memorial services: Friday, March 27, at 6:30 p.m. at Brainerd Presbyterian Church.
Visitation: Friday, March 27, from 4:30 p.m. until service time at the church.
Arrangements by Wilson Funeral Home, Ringgold.

Mar 26, 2009
grace.jpg - 10061 Bytes         Alexis Grace returns after making it to top 11 on 'American Idol'
Alexis Grace (Sam & Paula Gentry's Grand daugther) greets her
daughter, Ryan, on Tuesday night at Memphis International Airport after returning from her appearance
on "American Idol." Alexis Grace made it to the top 11 of the popular TV singing competition. She was
eliminated from the show March 18. She appeared Tuesday on the "Today" show.

Mar 25, 2009
      Alabama, Opelika - L. HOMER SHEMWELL. 78. Funeral service will be at 11:00 a.m.
Friday, March 27, 2009 at Jeffcoat-Trant Chapel. Dr. Tom Tippett is officiating.
Visitation will be held one hour prior to the service at Jeffcoat-Trant Funeral Home.
Mr. Shemwell, who died Monday, March 23, 2009 at his home in Opelika, was born
September 15, 1930 in Memphis, Tennessee. He was a Scout Master for the Boys Scouts
of America. He was an avid bowler and woodworker (AKA Pa Paw the Toy Maker).
Mr. Shemwell served on the Board of the Christian Care Ministries for the last 7
years. He was preceded in death by son, Russell Shemwell. He is survived by his
loving wife of 52 years, Sandra Shemwell of Opelika; children, Barry Shemwell
(Becky) of Auburn, Vicki Nash (John) of Ft. Lauderdale, FL, Rebecca Luza of Atlatna,
GA, Lucinda Heise (Bill) of Johnson City, TN, Wes Shemwell (Nikki) of Atlanta, GA,
and Maureen Vandebeek (Dirk) of Atlanta, GA; thirteen grandchildren; brothers,
Tommy and George Shemwell and a sister, Ginger Shemwell all of Memphis, TN.
In lieu of flowers, the family has requested donations be sent to Christian
Care Ministries P.O. Box 862 Opelika, AL 36803-0862.
Jeffcoat-Trant Funeral Home
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Mar 18, 2009
         We would like to extend sympathy to Arlene Leonard and Loring Henley
and their family in the death of her brother in law, Otis Lott, Jr, of
Coldwater, MS. Otis was in the Tech Class of 1950.

Mar 11, 2009
Email from Mary Nell
Just got off the phone with John McCuistion and he has been having some
health issues. Please remember to keep he and his family in your prayers.
Mary Nell

Mar 10, 2009
Sent: 3/8/2009 12:20:36 A.M.
Subj: Chuck's surgery
      Hi Mary Nell,
Would you please let the Tech Hi folks know that Chuck's surgery went very well.
They removed one of the lobes of his lung. He is in ICU and on a ventilator.
We hope he can get off that tomorrow(Sunday).
Thanks for the prayers, now, please pray for his recovery with no complications.
Could you also let Beverly and the others at church who might be interested?
Thanks so much,
Pat Veith

Mar 10, 2009


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    Hernando - FRANK O. “Sonny” RITTENHOUSE, SR., 75, died March 7, 2009 at
Baptist Memorial Hospital-Memphis. The family will receive friends from 5-9 p.m.
Tuesday, March 10, and service will be at 10 a.m. Wednesday, March 11 both at
Hernando Funeral Home. Interment will be in Grays Creek Cemetery. Mr.
Rittenhouse was a member of Grays Creek Baptist Church, was a 32nd degree Mason,
Shriner, and a veteran Staff Sgt. of the U.S. Air Force. He leaves his wife of
53 years, Frances Hightower Rittenhouse of Hernando; two daughters, Carol
Dusenbery (Doug) and Kim Naugle (Chris) both of Hernando; two sons, Frank Rittenhouse,
Jr. of Hernando and Sandy Wade Rittenhouse of Crockett, MS; eight grandchildren,
Frank “Trey” Rittenhouse III, Nathan James Rittenhouse, Jack Colin Harris, Jr.,
Douglas Keith Dusenbery II, Jessica Harris Barnes, Sunny Rae Clements, Samantha
Kim Naugle and Danielle Naugle, and two great-grandchildren, Austin Jack Harris
and Frank “Ritt” Rittenhouse IV. Hernando Funeral Home (662)429-5260

Mar 7, 2009
This is Sam & Paula Gentry's Grand daugther
She will be on the "AMERICAN IDOL again this week
Click here for more info about time & channel!

Mar 4, 2009
         Email from Candy
Received an e-mail from Mary Ann Burke Morie, she has had some
health issues since December. She is feeling much better and looks forward to
our monthly dinner a little later.
Please keep Mary Ann in your prayers.

Feb 24, 2009
      The Commercial Appeal files
Two officers of the newly created Shelby County High School
Publications Advisers Council discussed common problems in February
1951 with Bob DeZonia, editor of the Tiger Rag, Memphis State College
student newspaper. Formed after a luncheon at Memphis State, the
council named Mrs. Louise Askew Rauscher (right) of Central High
School, president, and Miss Margaret Kelly (center) of Tech High,
vice president

Feb 20, 2009
We extend our sympathy and prayers to Bobby and Anne Sullivan and
family in the death of Bobby's brother, Lamar on February 17, in Lebanon,
Services will be held in Lebanon on Friday, February 20.
Thanks to Billie Jean Word Faller for contacting Mary Nell McNeill

Feb 20, 2009
Sam says "THANKS" to all

Feb 9, 2009
Just got off the phone with Florine Jordan Cochran,
she said that Bill had been hospitalized for several weeks,
but was now back at home and doing some better.
Please keep Bill and Florine in your prayers, and drop them a card,
or make a phone call, when you can.
Thanks, Candy

Jan 18, 2009

Sam & Paula Gentry's grand-daugther - ALEXIS MIDDLETON
will be on the American Idol FOX Ch 13 Jan 20, 2009 7:00PM - 9:00 PM

Jan 10, 2009
Email from Pat (Taylor) Veith
My husband, Chuck, will be going in for lung cancer surgery this month.
Please keep him in your prayers.

Jan 7, 2009
E-Mail from Candy
Something new has been added!
Yes, we now have a Guest Book on our webpage, thanks to
Bill Lloyd, so friends, how about visiting the Guest Book
and leaving a message for your Techite Friends.
Thanks to Bill for all he does for us, we really do
appreciate all your hard work..

Jan 6, 2009
Email from Candy
We have two new members on the Sunshine Committee, for which we are very grateful.
Mickey Hon and Billie Jean Faller have agreed to send birthday cards for us.
A special thanks to Jamie Hall and Barbara Pope for all they did for us,
while on the committee.
Email from Mary Nell
Billie Jean Word called last night & said Bobby Sullivan had Rotator cuff surgery yesterday
& was doing fine. He will have therapy at home. She also to tell everyone
hello & to send her e-mails as she has a new computer. MN

Jan 3, 2009

Sympathy is extended to Patricia Henderson Sloan and her family
in the death of her husband, Bobby, on December 27, in Oakland, TN.

Jan 2, 2009

Brownsville- JERRY RICHARD HILYCORD, age 74, passed away Tuesday,
December 30, 2008 at the Crestview Healthcare and Rehab Center in Brownsville.
Memorial Services will be conducted at 11 a.m., Saturday, January 3, 2009 at
the First United Methodist Church in Brownsville, TN. Visitation will begin 1
hour prior to service at the church. He is survived by his wife: Betty Williams
Hilycord, Brownsville, TN; one son: Michael Newland (Darla), Columbus, IN;
five stepsons: Ricky Blackburn (Joyce), Oakland, TN, Jere "Hal" Williams,
Mike Williams (Cheri), Scottie Williams and Donny Williams, all of Brownsville, TN;
one Brother: Frank Hilycord (Karen), Columbus, IN; twelve grandchildren and
two great grandchildren.
Memorials may be made to the First United Methodist Church or
Charity of Choice. Brownsville-Bells Funeral Homes 731-772-1551
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Jan 2, 2009
Happy New Year to All!
I'm starting a new page for "News & Gossip"
After 2 week of 'down time' I figure it's time for another page
Anyone wanting to view the old stuff, and look at the bottom of the page for links
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