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•   Keith Locke  12/16
•   Henry Evans  12/19
•   Cathy Harris (Casteel)  12/23
•   Charlene White (Woodson)  12/24
•   Judy Bennett (Householder)  12/26
•   Randy Davis  12/28
•   Sandra Avent  12/30
•   Barbra Tate (Hinerman)  12/31
•   Ricky (Rick) Bicknell  1/14


•   Ronnie (Ron) Scott (Scott)  12/8
•   Jane Eblen (Thomas)  11/15
•   Jimmy Martin  9/17
•   Susan Lytle (James)  9/14
•   Faye Allen (Severns)  9/3
•   Jim Seigneur  7/30
•   Wayne Dillingham  6/15
•   David Morgan  5/16
•   Tony Garmany  4/18
•   Lisa McGill (Miller)  3/17
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  ~~~Birthday Wishes~~~

December 8  Patricia Robertson McHaffie

December 12  Cherri Bush Thatcher

December 12  Barry Cooper

December 16  Keith Locke

Home Room Announcements



The SCHS Class of 1971 would like to express their condolences to the family of Martha McCallie Helton in the passing of her mother

Ethel Crosslin McCallie

( December 06, 1925 - December 08, 2018 )

Ethel Louise Crosslin McCallie, age 93, passed from this life Saturday, December 8, 2018 at Alive Hospice in Murfreesboro, Tennessee. A native of Fosterville Community, she retired from working at the Alvin C. York Veteran’s Administration Medical Center in 1990 where she served as a nurse, receiving the People Caring for People Award for her special service. In her home, she operated “Ethel’s Beauty Shop” for a number of years prior to working at the VA. A member of the Church of Christ, she loved being with family and friends, working with flowers, reading mystery books, watching game shows on television (Wheel of Fortune was her favorite!), telling stories of the good and hard times in Fosterville, identifying community members in old pictures, going to yard sales and auctions, and giving presents to frequent visitors in her home. She was known for her deep love of her family, and her generous, caring, and loving spirit to anyone in need.

Mrs. McCallie, wife of the late C.W. McCallie, Jr., was born Sunday, December 6, 1925 in Fosterville, Tennessee, to the late Lee A. Crosslin and Mary Myrtle Vaughn Crosslin. She was also preceded in death by her eldest son, Paul; brothers Wesley, Clyde, Tommy, and Charley Crosslin; sisters Amma Loughry, Annie Koonce, Mary Ruth Faulk, Wilma Bragg, and Virginia Cooper; nieces, Frances Loughry Pack and Wilma Jean Bragg Vincent; nephew Butch Crosslin; and sons-in-law Johnny Morgan and Tony Helton. She was deeply loved by, and devoted and dedicated to, her family. She is survived by son David (Bonnie) McCallie of Nashville; daughters Marilyn Morgan and Martha Helton of Fosterville, and Marjorie Cantrell of Murfreesboro; grandsons Michael Morgan of Katy, TX, Adam (Lizzy) Morgan of Murfreesboro, Clint (Jennifer) Insell of Manchester, Hunter Helton of Fosterville; granddaughters Lillie McCallie of Donelson, McKenzie (Bill) Woods of Shelbyville, and Jennifer (Tony) Gentry of Fountain, FL; great-grandsons Rhett Insell of Manchester, Tristan Shirley and Lane Meredith of Shelbyville, Logan Gentry of Fountain, FL, and Will and John Morgan of Murfreesboro; and  great-granddaughters Anna and Lucy Morgan of Murfreesboro, Bella and Leigha Insell of Manchester, and Faith Meredith of Shelbyville; nieces Margaret (Mitchell) McGee of Shelbyville and Jean Lowery of Brentwood; nephews Gerald (Joyce) Crosslin of Sun City, AZ, James Mitchell (Linda) Crosslin of Richland, WA, and Tommy (Deb) Cooper of Shelbyville.

Visitation with the family will be Tuesday, December 11 from 3:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m. at Doak-Howell Funeral Home in Shelbyville. Funeral services will be at Doak on Wednesday, December 12 at 10:00 a.m. with Carter Woodruff officiating. Burial will take place at the Fosterville Cemetery. Pall bearers will be Michael Morgan, Clint Insell, Adam Morgan, Hunter Helton, Rhett Insell, Tristan Shirley, and Lane Meredith. The family requests memorials be sent to the Shelbyville-Bedford County Public Library for the McCallie Reading Room.



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