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Charles Henry Kilgore PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, July 7, 2015

Charles Henry Kilgore, 56, died June 29. Charlie was member of Abundant Life Church and a longtime resident of Mt. Juliet. He was employed by Yates Services.

He is survived by: wife, Peggy Rodgers Kilgore; mother, Shirley Cook; children, Tammy (Harold) Gary and Jamie (Paula) Rodgers; brothers, Jeff Kilgore and Roger Kilgore; sisters, Debbie Netherton, Cheryl (James) Coleman and Mary (David) Johnson; grandchildren, Bryce Gary, Kayla (Michael) Silver, Gavin Rodgers and Dylan Rodgers, Chelsea Stevens; great-grandson, Liam Silver; several nieces and nephews.

Funeral services were Thursday, July 2, at Bond Memorial Chapel with Pastor Larry Grainger and Pastor Dan French officiating. Interment followed at Mt. Juliet Memorial Gardens. 

Visitation was Wednesday and Thursday at Bond Memorial Chapel, N. Mt. Juliet Road and Weston Drive, Mt. Juliet, TN. (615)773-2663. Obit Line (615)641-2663,

Burl Henderson Patton PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, July 7, 2015

Burl Henderson Patton age 77, Mt. Juliet, died July 3. 

Burl is preceded in death by his brother, Earl Patton.

He is survived by: wife, Peggy Patton; son, John T. Patton; sisters, Jean Patton, Joan Patton; grandchildren, Christopher Patton, Angela Patton, Danielle Patton Brunk; great grandchildren, Rory Brunk, Riley Brunk, Sarie Brunk, Sophie Brunk.

Graveside services were   Tuesday, July 7, at Hermitage Memorial Gardens with Doug Summers officiating. John Patton, Chris Patton, Mike Hamblin, Paul Wilhite, Ronnie Gillespie, Justin Brunk, Barry Graves served as pallbearers.  Honorary pallbearers, Larry Wood, John Wahl, Ronnie Dobson, Tom Faulk.

Flowers accepted or memorials may be made to Russell Rescue, 1412 Trotwood Avenue, Suite 36, Columbia, TN 38401.

Visitation was Monday and Tuesday at Bond Memorial Chapel, N. Mt. Juliet Road and Weston Drive, Mt. Juliet, TN. (615)773-2663. Obit Line (615)641-2663,

James William Wilson PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, July 7, 2015

James William Wilson, 70, Mt. Juliet, died June 26. 

Wilson was a salesman and a truck driver. He was a veteran of the U.S. Army. Wilson was the son of the late, Travis Wallace and Addie Marie Weatherford Wilson. He was also preceded in death by his son, Travis Scott Wilson and siblings, Margaret Scott and Billie Wilson.

He is survived by: wife, Debra Wilson; son, Jon Adam (Ashley Langford) Wilson; daughter, Chrissy (Danny) McCutcheon; step-sons, Joseph (Sarah) Galindo and Brian Galindo; brother, Everett (Marge) Wilson; eight grandchildren; five step-grandchildren; several nieces and nephews.

Memorial services will be conducted 3 p.m. Sunday, July 12, at Paris Landing State Park overlooking Kentucky Lake.

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to St. Jude Children’s Hospital, PO Box 1000, Dept. 142, Memphis, TN 38101-9908 or Alive Hospice, 1718 Patterson Street, Nashville, TN 37203.

Arrangements Bond Memorial Chapel, N. Mt. Juliet Road and Weston Drive, Mt. Juliet, TN. (615)773-2663. Obit Line (615)641-2663,

Johnny Wade Edwards, Jr. PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, June 30, 2015

Johnny Wade Edwards, Jr., 51, Lebanon, passed away Saturday, June 20. 

Johnny was a Mt. Juliet and Lebanon area resident for 46 years and well known for his concrete and stucco work. He was a graduate of Mt. Juliet High School, Class of “82”. 

He is preceded in death by his father, Johnny Wade Edwards, Sr. 

He is survived by: his fiancée, Karan Hickey of Lebanon; mother, Shirley Edwards; brothers, Shannon and Bill Edwards; niece, Lauren Edwards and nephew, Blake Edwards, all of Mt. Juliet; step-daughter to be, Kaitlin Hickey and step-grandson to be, Wyatt Hickey, both of Lebanon. 

Funeral services were Saturday, June 27 in Hermitage Funeral Home Chapel with Mike Mayberry officiating. 

Interment followed in Hermitage Memorial Gardens. Mike Crook, Tyrone Dobson, Danny Herchenbach, Jimmy Hill, Bob Majors and Scott Workman served as Pallbearers. 

Visitation with the family was Friday and Saturday. 

Visit the online obituary: Hermitage Funeral Home & Memorial Gardens, 535 Shute Lane, Old Hickory, TN 37138. (615) 889-0361.

LingTee Scribner Hailey PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, June 30, 2015

LingTee Scribner Hailey transitioned from this earth Sunday June 21 following complications from open heart surgery. 

She is survived by: her children and their spouses, Robert B. Hailey (Suzanne Martz) of St. Augustine, Fla., Kathryn (Kaye) Hailey Petersen (Dan) of Mt. Juliet, Heather Anne Hailey of Hermitage, and Randy Hailey (Rhonda Poole) of Mt. Juliet. Grandchildren: J. Brennon Bradley of Panama City, Fla., Patricia Fanning Ruckhaber (Mike) of Spokane, Wash., Quintin Fanning (Sherry Roe) of Ft. Wayne, Ind., Matthew Fanning (LaTonya Stovall) of San Lorenzo, Calif., Ben Hailey (Laurel Smith) of Nashville, Ray Hailey of Bend, Ore., and Kellie Hailey of Mt. Juliet; great grandchildren, Oliver Fanning, Lauren and Sarah Ruckhaber, Alicia Fanning, Hailey Elizabeth Bradley, Wren Isadora Hailey. She is also survived by step grandsons Brandon Roe, Andre and William Stovall, one step great great grandson Gabriel Roe, and several nieces and nephews as well as a multitude of friends she loved as family. 

She is preceded in death by: parents Benjamin Garfield and Naomi LingTee Humphrey Scribner of Key West, Fla., brother Benjamin G. (Sonny) Scribner of Gainesville, Fla., half-sister, Helen Schefer of Ocala, Fla. and ex-husband Robert W. Hailey of Nashville/Mt. Juliet. 

Born in Tarpon Springs, Fla. Nov. 7, 1927, LingTee grew up there as well as in Sumpter, SC and Miami and Key West, Fla. where she graduated from Key West High School in 1945.  She and several classmates created a social event for local teens which has long since morphed into the infamous annual Fantasy Fest. LingTee was active in the USO and in her church where she met and later married Robert W. Hailey who was stationed at Boca Chica.  After he left the Navy, they moved to his home town of Nashville where they resided for 21 years before settling in Mt. Juliet. 

After taking a few years to raise her children and grow with them as a leader of both Girl and Boy Scout troops and being highly involved with school activities and committees, she returned to the workforce in the mid 1960s, working for Dury’s downtown as head of the Art Department. While managing the art department there, she was given a set of Liquitex Acrylics by their creator, Lenny Bocour of the Fredrix Taube Company, thus becoming the first acrylics artist in Nashville. She spent years there before being asked to join the Bobby Rogers Engineering Group and later Turner Engineering as a drafter designer. A few short years later she was offered a position with Sverdrup and Parcel as a drafter designer and graphic artist.  She had a long career there, transferring with them to Clearwater, Fla. in 1980.  It wasn’t too long before she was lured away to the engineering firm of Camp, Dresser & McKee where she spent the rest of her working career as an architectural and engineering designer, also creating graphic arts for the firm’s Southeast region. LingTee had been exhibiting and winning awards for her art throughout the South since the late 1950s, including two exhibits at the Parthenon. In the early 1960s she joined the Tennessee Art League. After serving in various offices, she became President in 1972 and continued her membership until her move to Florida. 

She rejoined upon her return to Nashville and recently participated in an exhibit there. After retirement in 1997 she relocated to Hermitage to be near the family.  She became a very active member of the Fifty Forward Center - Donelson Station. For over five years she taught four weekly art classes for beginning to advanced artists. Her classes were always filled to capacity and  she loved that she was helping her students.  LingTee remained active on several Fifty Forward committees, serving on the Advisory Council for Donelson Station; and as a very involved Volunteer for the annual Labor Day BBQs.  She was a recipient of the Brotherhood-Sisterhood Community Award from the National Conference for Community and Justice and honored for 15 years of service to Fifty Forward’s RSVP program. Being an active theater supporter throughout her life, she performed in her younger days but mostly became involved as a set designer with her most recent designs for several plays at the Nashville Dinner (now the Larry Keeton) Theatre. She painted Keeton’s portrait which now hangs at the theatre. She joined the M3 division of Donelson Hermitage Leadership, graduating in the class of 2013 and remained an active participant. She continued to explore various artistic outlets throughout her life and had just finished her most recent commissioned portraits. Her artwork hangs all over the country. Her work is part of a current display at the Nashville Airport. LingTee never met a stranger.  She was kind and encouraging and touched a lot of lives throughout her journey, not realizing the impact that she made on the hearts of those whom she met, worked with, socialized with and loved as if they were her own.  She will be greatly missed. 

A Celebration of Life service will be held Sunday, July 12, at 2 p.m. at Fifty Forward in Donelson, 108 Donelson Pike (near Lebanon Road), Nashville, TN In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to: Fifty Forward - Donelson Station in her name. All donations made by June 30th will be matched 100% by a generous anonymous benefactor. Donations may also be made in her name to: Shriners Hospitals for Children – Tampa 2900 N. Rocky Point Drive Tampa, FL 33607 or  online…/ Donation2;jsessionid=A4AB6320A… Under Gift Designation, you can choose “Direct my gift to: SHC – Tampa Under Honor/Memorial Gift”.  Notifications of donations may be sent to kaileypete@ LingTee’s father was a 32nd degree mason and belonged to the Egypt Temple in Tampa and she continued to support them in their work with children.

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