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Latimer Funeral Home

115 East Hempstead Street
Nashville, AR 71852
(870) 845-2233
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Michael McMeans

Monday, June 26, 2017

Michael McMeans, 61, of Nashville passed away Thursday, June 22, 2017 at St. Thomas West Hospital. Graveside services will be Tuesday, June 27th 2017 at 11:00am at 2nd Creek cemetery in Five Points, Tennessee. Bro. Danny Pettus will be officiating .Elkins East Chapel is assisting the family. Michael was born in Florence, Alabama and moved to Nashville in 1969 where he worked for the State of Tennessee for over 20 years.He is preceded in death by his grandparents; Bill and Lucille Williams, and Charles P. and Pauline McMeans, his parents; W.E. “Gene” and Nellie Faye McMeans and Infant nephew Scales.He is survived by sister Paula Scales, Niece Lucy Scales and his beloved cat AlleyThe Family Would Like to thank; Yvonne Porter, the doctors and nurses at St. Thomas West Hospital, his PCP, Dr. Francis Caprio and staff at Heritage Medical Associates and the staff at Brookdale of Belle Meade senior living facility.In lieu of flowers donations can be made to St. Thomas Health Foundation 4220 Harding RoadNashville, TN...

Ann Craig

Monday, June 26, 2017

First Presbyterian Church of Florence; the memorial service will follow beginning at 3:00 pm. Elkins Funeral Home of Florence is assisting the Family.Ann Craig was born in Nashville, TN January 30, 1927, to 10 grandchildren and 4 great grandchildren.. Her early education began in Florence after her father went into law practice here. She attended the Maude Lindsey Kindergarten, Kilby Training School and Coffee High School. She later attended Randolph-Macon Women’s College and graduated with a degree in history and art from Vanderbilt University in 1948.In 1949, she was married to the late Benjamin H. Craig, Jr. She is survived by six daughters: Landis Williams ( the late Ken Williams, Jr.), Caroline Craig, Nancy Murbury (Dave), Catherine O’Steen (Kevin), all of Florence, Margaret Schafer (Dan) of Houston, Texas, and Frances Guillemot (Gerard) of Los Angeles, CA. ; 10 grandchildren and 4 great grandchildren.Ann showed interest in community from the beginning. She was an active member of the Muscle Shoals District Service League and served as one of its past presidents. A lifelong member of First Presbyterian Church, Florence, Ann served as elder, trustee, and Sunday school teacher while remaining active in the women of church. In addition, she held membership in the Flo...

Overstreet, Marilyn Ellis (Dunlap) - The Chattanoogan

Monday, June 19, 2017

Dunlap, passed away on June 16, 2017 at NHC Nursing Home in Dunlap. She was born in Robbins, Tn. on July 22, 1929, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Ellis. She lived most of her life in Nashville, residing on Shelby Avenue. She is preceded in death by her husband, Edward P. Overstreet, a sister, Joyce Griffith and a brother, Gordon Ellis. She is survived by her only son, Edwin D. Overstreet (Diane), her sisters: Barbara Clowers (Willard) and Dorleen Loyd (Tommy), her granddaughters: Erin Polley (Mike), Jennifer Kilgore (Justin) and Erika Trussell (Jimmy), her niece, Regina Burchfield (Gary) and 4 great-grandchildren. Visitation will be Tuesday, June 20 from 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. CST, followed by a service at 12:30 p.m. CST at Ewton Funeral Home in Dunlap. Graveside service, for immediate family, will be scheduled for a later date at Nashville National Cemetery, where she will be interred with her husband. In lieu of flowers, please make donations to the American Heart Association, 7272 Greenville Avenue, Dallas, TX 75231.

Obituaries June 9 - South Strand news

Saturday, June 10, 2017

Methodist Episcopal Church.Mrs. Foster is survived by her daughters, Margaret Drayton, Georgetown, SC and Renell Grant, Columbia, MD; her siblings, Hattie Tucker, Georgetown, SC, Ernest Tucker of Nashville, NC, Samuel Tucker, Jamaica, NY, Jacob Tucker and Willie Tucker, both of Brooklyn, NY, Hopie Cassell and Robert Tucker, both of Bronx, NY. Funeral services are entrusted to Wilds Funeral Home, LLC.Franklin HealanFranklin Healan, 94, widower of Dessie “Pat” Healan, passed away Wednesday, May 31, 2017 at Prince George Nursing Facility.A funeral service, officiated by Dr. Ted Sherrill, was held at 2 PM, Friday, June 2, 2017 in First Baptist Church of Georgetown. The family received friends inside the church from 1-2 PM, prior to the service on Friday. Interment was in Pennyroyal Memorial Gardens immediately following the service.Born August 23, 1922 in Wayne County Georgia, he was a son of the late Benjamin F. Healan and Minnie Lee Hightower Healan.Mr. Healan was a World War II veteran of the United States Army, achieving the rank of Master Sergeant. He retired as a maintenance supervisor in 1984 from International Paper after 37 ½ years of service. Mr. Healan was a member of First Baptist of Georgetown and the Spirit of Liberty Sunday School Class. He was a Master Mason and the former Worshipful Master of Winyah Lodge #40, Past Patron of OES Winyah #148, member of the Shriners and York Rite.Surviving are three stepdaughters, Blinda and LB Hutchinson of Georgetown, Lisa and Brian Warren of Myrtle Beach, and Betty Wilson of Andrews; a sister, Edna Healan of Columbus, GA; 17 grandchildren, 27 great grandchildren, and a number of nieces and nephews.In addition to his parents, he was predeceased by a daughter, Wanda Britt; a son, Larry Healan; a brother, Robert Healan; a sister, Thelma Healan; a stepson, William “Bill” Butler; and a stepdaughter, Bobbie Harrelson.Memorials may be made to First Baptist Church of Georgetown at 219 Cleland Street, Georgetown, SC 29440.Online condolences may be sent to the family at www.grahamfuneralhome.org. Arrangements by Graham Funeral Home (843) 527-4419.Mickey PostonMickey Allen Poston, 66...

Gregg Allman laid to rest next to brother Duane in Macon - Atlanta Journal Constitution

Saturday, June 10, 2017

Allman Brothers Band, received his final blessings at a Rose Hill Cemetery grave site. Allman died on May 27 at the age of 69 from complications due to liver cancer.Though Gregg Allman was born in Nashville, Tenn., and The Allman Brothers Band formed in Jacksonville, Fla., the iconic band’s creative home was Macon, home to their Capricorn Records label, which produced dozens of now-classic staples on rock radio – “Ramblin’ Man,” “Melissa” and “Ain’t Wastin’ Time No More” among them.Local resident Amanda Williamson said she was proud that Allman was part of the musical history of Macon.“Being your hometown, it’s nice that it’s being recognized,” she said.A pack of limousines delivered family members to the chapel entrance on Cherry Street, which was closed to traffic.President Jimmy Carter, a longtime friend of Allman’s, attended with his son, Chip; they arrived in a white passenger van that zipped around to the back entrance.Cher, in a fashionable hat and black and white pants ensemble, exited a dark Suburban with her head down, wearing dark sunglasses and a somber expression.She and Carter shared a hug inside the chapel.Those in attendance during the intimate ceremony of fewer than 200 people included Live Nation Atlanta president Peter Conlon and Allman’s longtime publicist Ken Weinstein. They described a warm, loving presentation that focused on Allman’s dedication as a father.Eulogies were delivered by Allman children Devon, Delilah Island and Layla Brooklyn, as well as Duane Allman’s daughter Galadrielle, Allman’s trusted manager Michael Lehman and his lifelong friend Hewell “Chank” Middleton Jr. – all who knew that “Gregg Allman” was the performer, but “Gregory Allman” was the man.Among the sentiments shared was that Allman “healed himself with music and he healed the world with music.” The gathered flock sang the hymn “Will the Circle Be Unbroken?” before pallbearers Elijah Blue, Devon and Michael Allman, Trucks and Middleton carried the coffin out of the chapel.After the short procession from Snow’s Memorial Chapel to Rose Hill Cemetery – where more fans lined Riverside Drive - the gravesite ceremony commenced.As the 10-minute service concluded, Cher plucked a white rose from the flower blanket draping the coffin as she and several others paused at the fence surrounding the tombstones of Duane Allman and Oakley.Moments after the mourners departed, a freight train rumbled by a few hundred yards away — a powerful, final salute to Southern rock royalty.MORE ABOUT GREGG ALLMANRead and sign the online guestbookThe Allman Brothers Museum in Macon: The Big House still rocksFlashback: The Allman Brothers and Macon’s magical music history tourThe time Gregg Allman played a solo gig in Atlanta’s Music Midtown festivalFlashback: Gregg Allman overcame addictions and failure in his solo music careerFor updates on the death of Gregg Allman, follow the AJC Music Scene blog on Facebook or Twitter...

Funeral home to cover costs of 7-year-old Nashville girl accidentally killed by toddler - WZTV

Saturday, June 10, 2017

Bishop Marcus Campbell of Mt. Carmel Missionary Baptist Church and SAG Funeral Home owner Steve Ganaway. PHOTO: MGNNASHVILLE, Tenn.--The funeral home owner of SAG Funeral Home and Bishop Marcus Campbell of Mt. Carmel Missionary Baptist Church spoke out on Wednesday following the tragic death of a 7-year-old girl shot by her 2-year-old cousin at the J.C. Napier Apartments.Owner Steve Ganaway says SAG Funeral Home will cover the costs to bury Harmony Warfield in an effort to "give back to the community." Ganaway says "we are burying so many youths, we are doing this time, after time, after time, after time...and I keep repeating the same old cycle every week."Ganaway says right now, Warfield's family is "in the process right now." Ganaway says when the family reached out he told them they didn't need to worry about the financial part of things. Ganaway says he will pull out all the stops for the funeral and he is "so tired of burying our kids...we have to do something."Bishop Marcus Campbell is calling for more funding from Metro Council to assist in creating programs for children to keep them busy...

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Michael McMeans

Monday, June 26, 2017

Michael McMeans, 61, of Nashville passed away Thursday, June 22, 2017 at St. Thomas West Hospital. Graveside services will be Tuesday, June 27th 2017 at 11:00am at 2nd Creek cemetery in Five Points, Tennessee. Bro. Danny Pettus will be officiating .Elkins East Chapel is assisting the family. Michael was born in Florence, Alabama and moved to Nashville in 1969 where he worked for the State of Tennessee for over 20 years.He is preceded in death by his grandparents; Bill and Lucille Williams, and Charles P. and Pauline McMeans, his parents; W.E. “Gene” and Nellie Faye McMeans and Infant nephew Scales.He is survived by sister Paula Scales, Niece Lucy Scales and his beloved cat AlleyThe Family Would Like to thank; Yvonne Porter, the doctors and nurses at St. Thomas West Hospital, his PCP, Dr. Francis Caprio and staff at Heritage Medical Associates and the staff at Brookdale of Belle Meade senior living facility.In lieu of flowers donations can be made to St. Thomas Health Foundation 4220 Harding RoadNashville, TN...

Ann Craig

Monday, June 26, 2017

First Presbyterian Church of Florence; the memorial service will follow beginning at 3:00 pm. Elkins Funeral Home of Florence is assisting the Family.Ann Craig was born in Nashville, TN January 30, 1927, to 10 grandchildren and 4 great grandchildren.. Her early education began in Florence after her father went into law practice here. She attended the Maude Lindsey Kindergarten, Kilby Training School and Coffee High School. She later attended Randolph-Macon Women’s College and graduated with a degree in history and art from Vanderbilt University in 1948.In 1949, she was married to the late Benjamin H. Craig, Jr. She is survived by six daughters: Landis Williams ( the late Ken Williams, Jr.), Caroline Craig, Nancy Murbury (Dave), Catherine O’Steen (Kevin), all of Florence, Margaret Schafer (Dan) of Houston, Texas, and Frances Guillemot (Gerard) of Los Angeles, CA. ; 10 grandchildren and 4 great grandchildren.Ann showed interest in community from the beginning. She was an active member of the Muscle Shoals District Service League and served as one of its past presidents. A lifelong member of First Presbyterian Church, Florence, Ann served as elder, trustee, and Sunday school teacher while remaining active in the women of church. In addition, she held membership in the Flo...

Overstreet, Marilyn Ellis (Dunlap) - The Chattanoogan

Monday, June 19, 2017

Dunlap, passed away on June 16, 2017 at NHC Nursing Home in Dunlap. She was born in Robbins, Tn. on July 22, 1929, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Ellis. She lived most of her life in Nashville, residing on Shelby Avenue. She is preceded in death by her husband, Edward P. Overstreet, a sister, Joyce Griffith and a brother, Gordon Ellis. She is survived by her only son, Edwin D. Overstreet (Diane), her sisters: Barbara Clowers (Willard) and Dorleen Loyd (Tommy), her granddaughters: Erin Polley (Mike), Jennifer Kilgore (Justin) and Erika Trussell (Jimmy), her niece, Regina Burchfield (Gary) and 4 great-grandchildren. Visitation will be Tuesday, June 20 from 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. CST, followed by a service at 12:30 p.m. CST at Ewton Funeral Home in Dunlap. Graveside service, for immediate family, will be scheduled for a later date at Nashville National Cemetery, where she will be interred with her husband. In lieu of flowers, please make donations to the American Heart Association, 7272 Greenville Avenue, Dallas, TX 75231.

Obituaries June 9 - South Strand news

Saturday, June 10, 2017

Methodist Episcopal Church.Mrs. Foster is survived by her daughters, Margaret Drayton, Georgetown, SC and Renell Grant, Columbia, MD; her siblings, Hattie Tucker, Georgetown, SC, Ernest Tucker of Nashville, NC, Samuel Tucker, Jamaica, NY, Jacob Tucker and Willie Tucker, both of Brooklyn, NY, Hopie Cassell and Robert Tucker, both of Bronx, NY. Funeral services are entrusted to Wilds Funeral Home, LLC.Franklin HealanFranklin Healan, 94, widower of Dessie “Pat” Healan, passed away Wednesday, May 31, 2017 at Prince George Nursing Facility.A funeral service, officiated by Dr. Ted Sherrill, was held at 2 PM, Friday, June 2, 2017 in First Baptist Church of Georgetown. The family received friends inside the church from 1-2 PM, prior to the service on Friday. Interment was in Pennyroyal Memorial Gardens immediately following the service.Born August 23, 1922 in Wayne County Georgia, he was a son of the late Benjamin F. Healan and Minnie Lee Hightower Healan.Mr. Healan was a World War II veteran of the United States Army, achieving the rank of Master Sergeant. He retired as a maintenance supervisor in 1984 from International Paper after 37 ½ years of service. Mr. Healan was a member of First Baptist of Georgetown and the Spirit of Liberty Sunday School Class. He was a Master Mason and the former Worshipful Master of Winyah Lodge #40, Past Patron of OES Winyah #148, member of the Shriners and York Rite.Surviving are three stepdaughters, Blinda and LB Hutchinson of Georgetown, Lisa and Brian Warren of Myrtle Beach, and Betty Wilson of Andrews; a sister, Edna Healan of Columbus, GA; 17 grandchildren, 27 great grandchildren, and a number of nieces and nephews.In addition to his parents, he was predeceased by a daughter, Wanda Britt; a son, Larry Healan; a brother, Robert Healan; a sister, Thelma Healan; a stepson, William “Bill” Butler; and a stepdaughter, Bobbie Harrelson.Memorials may be made to First Baptist Church of Georgetown at 219 Cleland Street, Georgetown, SC 29440.Online condolences may be sent to the family at www.grahamfuneralhome.org. Arrangements by Graham Funeral Home (843) 527-4419.Mickey PostonMickey Allen Poston, 66...

Gregg Allman laid to rest next to brother Duane in Macon - Atlanta Journal Constitution

Saturday, June 10, 2017

Allman Brothers Band, received his final blessings at a Rose Hill Cemetery grave site. Allman died on May 27 at the age of 69 from complications due to liver cancer.Though Gregg Allman was born in Nashville, Tenn., and The Allman Brothers Band formed in Jacksonville, Fla., the iconic band’s creative home was Macon, home to their Capricorn Records label, which produced dozens of now-classic staples on rock radio – “Ramblin’ Man,” “Melissa” and “Ain’t Wastin’ Time No More” among them.Local resident Amanda Williamson said she was proud that Allman was part of the musical history of Macon.“Being your hometown, it’s nice that it’s being recognized,” she said.A pack of limousines delivered family members to the chapel entrance on Cherry Street, which was closed to traffic.President Jimmy Carter, a longtime friend of Allman’s, attended with his son, Chip; they arrived in a white passenger van that zipped around to the back entrance.Cher, in a fashionable hat and black and white pants ensemble, exited a dark Suburban with her head down, wearing dark sunglasses and a somber expression.She and Carter shared a hug inside the chapel.Those in attendance during the intimate ceremony of fewer than 200 people included Live Nation Atlanta president Peter Conlon and Allman’s longtime publicist Ken Weinstein. They described a warm, loving presentation that focused on Allman’s dedication as a father.Eulogies were delivered by Allman children Devon, Delilah Island and Layla Brooklyn, as well as Duane Allman’s daughter Galadrielle, Allman’s trusted manager Michael Lehman and his lifelong friend Hewell “Chank” Middleton Jr. – all who knew that “Gregg Allman” was the performer, but “Gregory Allman” was the man.Among the sentiments shared was that Allman “healed himself with music and he healed the world with music.” The gathered flock sang the hymn “Will the Circle Be Unbroken?” before pallbearers Elijah Blue, Devon and Michael Allman, Trucks and Middleton carried the coffin out of the chapel.After the short procession from Snow’s Memorial Chapel to Rose Hill Cemetery – where more fans lined Riverside Drive - the gravesite ceremony commenced.As the 10-minute service concluded, Cher plucked a white rose from the flower blanket draping the coffin as she and several others paused at the fence surrounding the tombstones of Duane Allman and Oakley.Moments after the mourners departed, a freight train rumbled by a few hundred yards away — a powerful, final salute to Southern rock royalty.MORE ABOUT GREGG ALLMANRead and sign the online guestbookThe Allman Brothers Museum in Macon: The Big House still rocksFlashback: The Allman Brothers and Macon’s magical music history tourThe time Gregg Allman played a solo gig in Atlanta’s Music Midtown festivalFlashback: Gregg Allman overcame addictions and failure in his solo music careerFor updates on the death of Gregg Allman, follow the AJC Music Scene blog on Facebook or Twitter...

Funeral home to cover costs of 7-year-old Nashville girl accidentally killed by toddler - WZTV

Saturday, June 10, 2017

Bishop Marcus Campbell of Mt. Carmel Missionary Baptist Church and SAG Funeral Home owner Steve Ganaway. PHOTO: MGNNASHVILLE, Tenn.--The funeral home owner of SAG Funeral Home and Bishop Marcus Campbell of Mt. Carmel Missionary Baptist Church spoke out on Wednesday following the tragic death of a 7-year-old girl shot by her 2-year-old cousin at the J.C. Napier Apartments.Owner Steve Ganaway says SAG Funeral Home will cover the costs to bury Harmony Warfield in an effort to "give back to the community." Ganaway says "we are burying so many youths, we are doing this time, after time, after time, after time...and I keep repeating the same old cycle every week."Ganaway says right now, Warfield's family is "in the process right now." Ganaway says when the family reached out he told them they didn't need to worry about the financial part of things. Ganaway says he will pull out all the stops for the funeral and he is "so tired of burying our kids...we have to do something."Bishop Marcus Campbell is calling for more funding from Metro Council to assist in creating programs for children to keep them busy...