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4624 Lebanon PikeHermitage, TN 37076
111 Broad StElizabethton, TN 37643
1405 Downing Hollow RoadWaynesboro, TN 38485
815 Beershaba HighwayMcminnville, TN 37110
2175 North Highland AvenueJackson, TN 38305
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May 31, 2019
'They did what they had to do': Relatives honor veterans at re-opened Galilee Memorial Gardens - The Commercial Appeal
Galilee Memorial Gardens.
Pegges said he has been meeting with representatives from the State of Tennessee for the last five years to "get the cemetery where it's supposed to be."
The cemetery faced controversy last year after a class-action lawsuit said that funeral directors habitually left bodies at the cemetery to be buried, but did not wait to see if that happened, according to a report from the Commercial Appeal last year.
The lawsuit said that Galilee mishandled bodies that were supposed to be buried there and that the funeral homes failed in their obligation to the families that hired them by not overseeing the burial of their loved ones.
Galilee had been closed since owner Jemar Lambert was arrested in 2014.
Families were awarded $7,500 for each body represented in the class-action lawsuit, but still were unhappy with the result.
Pegges said things have gotten better at the cemetery, but there are still a lot of things that have been promised but have not been completed.
"They promised us a memorial wall that would keep the names of the people that were buried. We also asked for a pedestrian gate so people could come in at anytime," Pegges said.
The state decided the cemetery will be open to the public on weekends and holidays as a part of a new court-approved plan by the Tennessee Department of Commerce and Insurance.
After an April 23 court hearing, the decision was approved May 20.
The cemetery is open for limited visits on Saturdays, Sundays and specific holidays from 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
The holidays are: the Fourth of July, Labor Day Monday, Veteran's Day, Thanksgiving Thursday, Christmas Day, Martin Luther King, Jr., holiday and President's Day.
Nov 28, 2018
All Saints' Day traditions keep memories of loved ones alive - The Advocate
Karen Raymond, of Lacombe, once was talking with a woman from Tennessee, and Raymond mentioned how much she had to do to get ready for All Saints' Day."She said ‘What?' and when I explained, she said she'd never heard of it," Raymond recalled. "It was the first time I found out it wasn't done everywhere. "And even if you do grow up with it, you may not know the historical significance."That's shouldn't be the case in Lacombe though.The community honors its Choctaw and Creole heritage along with the centuries-old Catholic tradition of visiting the resting place of departed relatives.The Rev. Thomas Kilasara, of the Sacred Heart of Jesus Church, will spend Thursday visiting and blessing 10 family and community cemeteries in the Lacombe area, winding up, as always, at the Lafontaine Hilltop Cemeter... Nov 15, 2018
Wednesday's Patriots notebook: Flowers drawing praise
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. - Get in line, Mike Vrabel.
The Tennessee Titans’ first-year coach became the latest in a growing line of NFL coaches to fawn over Patriots defensive end Trey Flowers on Wednesday. Speaking with reporters via conference call, Vrabel detailed what he’s seen from the fourth-year end by recalling the time he first met Flowers during a predraft workout when he was an assistant with the Texans.
It was love at first drill.
“Oh, man. I loved Trey even when I went to work him out at Arkansas, and I knew when I went over there that this was a guy that (Patriots Coach Bill Belichick) would target,” Vrabel said. “Unfortunately, I wasn’t able to get him when I was in Houston. I loved his ability and really enjoyed the workout that I had with him an... Nov 15, 2018
Flowers continues to bloom for Patriots
Heading into Sunday’s game with the Titans in Tennessee, Flowers has been credited with 32 tackles, 2-1/2 sacks, eight quarterback hits and two passes defensed in the eight games he’s played (he missed the Patriots’ 26-10 loss at Detroit on Sept. 23 with a concussion).While he isn’t on pace to threaten the career-high seven sacks he had in 2016 or his 6-1/2 a year ago, Flowers is on track to challenge the career-high 62 tackles he made last season, his numbers even more impressive when one considers the fact that the attention he is commanding from opposing offenses has risen with his performance level.Truth is, Flowers may be lining himself up for a payday in 2019 the Patriots may not be willing to meet.An assistant coach with the Houston Texans at the time, Titans head coach Mike Vrabel, whose team will oppose the Patriots at Nissan Stadium this afternoon, remembers working out Flowers when he was coming out of Arkansas in 2015.“Just to watch him progress and develop as a pro, he’s just a really good player,” said Vrabel. “He’s a very sound player. His technique, his hands, he uses his length very well, he can bend.“I could go on and on. I’ve liked him for a lot of years since I went and saw him at Arkansas and it’s no surprise that Bill and that organization liked him, as well.”A fourth-round draft pick of the Patriots, four years later, Patriots linebackers coach-de facto defensive coordinator Brian Flores says that respect for Flowers runs throughout the locker room at Gillette Stadium.“I think you’d be hard-pressed to find somebody who works harder than Trey,” said Flores. “On the field, in the weight room, in the training room, really across the board, this guy works incredibly hard.“We call him the quiet storm. You don’t hear much from him, but he’s been a warrior for us and he’s played lights-out for us, really, since he’s gotten here. Everyone in the building respects him. He leads by example. Again, he doesn’t say much, but he works extremely hard, he works at his technique, he works at his craft every day and he makes a lot of plays for us. He’s a joy to coach and a joy to be around.”Belichick spoke of Flowers’ technique and the progress he’s made since entering the league as a fourth-round draft pick in 2015 the day after he’d helped shut down Buffalo’s offense in the Patriots’ 25-6 Monday night victory over the Bills on Oct. 29.“His overall playing strength, technique and quickness and athleticism on the edge, on the end of the line, he does a good job with all of that,” Belichick said of Flowers, who was credited with six tackles and two QB hits in that game. “He really always has.“I mean, certainly he’s improved, like every player has and every player does that works hard and gets more experience. He did a pretty good job of that, really, his second year. His first year he missed the majority of the year (inactive for 10 games, active for j... Aug 17, 2018
Liz Cooper & The Stampede Debut Album 'Window Flowers' Receiving Rave Reviews
Call it psychedelic, call it classic or call it the sound of new Nashville. Liz Cooper & The Stampede are leading the rock pack in Tennessee right now…[Window Flowers is] one of the summer's most refreshing listens."
Window Flowers is out now on the band's own label, Sleepyhead Records, via Thirty Tigers. (stream/purchase here) and continues to receive widespread critical acclaim…
In celebration of the release, the band will join Phosphorescent and Houndmouth on tours this fall. These shows follow the band's busiest touring year-to-date, which featured performances with Lord Huron, Deer Tick, Rayland Baxter, Ron Gallo and Blitzen Trapper. See below for full tour details.
Recorded at Welcome to 1979 in Nashville with co-production from TJ Elias, Window Flowers is the culmination of a yearlong dedication in which Cooper pushed herself to spend every single day creating in at least one medium and saying "yes" to everything she was asked to do. Of the recording, Cooper reflects, "Our first time working with an outside producer and our first time in a proper recording studio was when we recorded Window Flowers. TJ Elias' mad scientist ideas, an abundance of hot dogs, and lack of sunlight pushed us outside of our comfort zones to work more cohesively as a unit than we ever had before." Joined in the studio by bassist Grant Prettyman and special guests Leah Blevins, Will Brown, Steve Dawson, Emily Kohavi, Michael and Ben Ford and Gianni Gibso, the new album follows Cooper's earlier self-re...