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6B ■ THURSDAY,JULY7,2011 THETENNESSEAN x LOCAL TheformerMulligan’s Pub,1172ndAve.N.,which closedinlate2010,isbeing renovatedasasportsbar. BenchmarkSportsBar andGrillistargetingan earlyAugustopening,ac- cordingtoco-ownersAdam WillandSouriChayavon. Willsaidthenewbusi- nesswillbeatruesports barwithabiggercityfeel thatwillbeupscale. Chayavonisalsomak- ingpreparationstoopena newnightclubinthefor- merBarNashvillebuilding on2ndAvenue. Constructioncostfor Benchmarkisestimatedat $15,000accordingtoa buildingpermitissued. Cosmeticchangesaredue forthespace’sinterior. Therewereninewritten proposalsforthespace,ac- cordingtopropertyowner GilFuquaJr.,which “ speakshighlyofwhat’s goingon2ndAvenueand LowerBroad,’’hesaid. SethHarlanofRobinReal- tywastheleasingagentfor theproperty. ThebankruptcyofMul- ligan’sparentcompany keptFuquafromimmedi- atelyleasingthespace whenthebusinessclosed. Mulligan’shadoperated downtownforover20 years. Chayavonmanagesthe KarmaLoungeonBroad- wayandco-partnerWillisa partneroftheRedRooster onDemonbreun.Theirex- perienceandtrackrecord withdowntownbusinesses arestrengths,Fuquasaid. Otherrecentbuilding permitsissuedinMetroinclude: Plansarebeingmade forApricotLane franchisedowntown AnApricotLaneBou- tiquefranchiseisheaded forTheGulch,tobehoused nearSweetCeCe’s. Costforrenovationsto theapproximately1,470- square-footdowntown spaceat31512thAve.S.is about$101,000,according tothebuildingpermits. Thewomen’sclothing andaccessoryboutiqueis scheduledtoopenAug.6. BeamanAutomotive toextendvehicle displayparkinglot BeamanAutomotive hasbeenissuedapermitto installanextensiontoave- hicledisplayparkinglotat its1519Broadwaylocation betweenBeamanToyota andBeamanBuickGMC. Thedisplaylotreplaces andemolishedbuilding, saidCarlHeflinofBeaman Automotive.Thenewdis- playlotwillincreasevehi- clevisibilityonBroadway, hesaid,andwillbeusedfor bothBuickGMCandBea- manToyotavehicles. Workisscheduledtobe completedinAugust.Cost, accordingtothepermit,is justunder$550,000. Treveccatorenovate McClurkanHall TreveccaNazareneUni- versityhasa$4millionren- ovationsetforMcClurkan Hall,themost “ iconic building’’oncampus. McClurkanHallwas constructedin1943to houseclassrooms,acha- pel,postoffice,libraryand bookstore.Studentswere usedtoquarrythelime- stoneforthebuildingdur- ingWorldWarIIandthe woodenbeamsareAmeri- canChestnutfromafor- merpresident’shomein Kentucky,saidDavidCald- well,Trevecca’sexecutive vicepresidentoffinance andadministration. Theprojectwillallow forsevenclassroomsto holdfrom24to70students andaddsofficesfor15peo- ple.Completionistargeted forlateMarch2012. BUILDINGPLANS Downtown getsnew, upscale sportsbar ByAndyHumbles TheTennessean DAVIDSONCOUNTY DAVIDSONCOUNTY DAVIDSONCOUNTY DAVIDSONCOUNTY BEDFORDCOUNTY DAVIDSONCOUNTY SEE PAGE 7 B OBITUARIES ADKINS, Barry ALLEN, Josiah ARMSTRONG, FreddieEugene AUSTIN, Shawn BISHOP, WilliamCleveland BORDEN, Margie BOWDEN, MarieGibson BRADFORD, Sherry BROWN, Dale BROWNJR., JamesB. BUTLER, Jacqueline CABLE, Mary CARTERJR., Cecil CASSELL, J.L. COCKRELL, WilseLynn COLEY, CoyEvans COOK, Vincent COOK, Anna CROSS SR., Charles C. CROWELL, Mrs.LanieNaomi DOTSON, Agnes EARLE, Ardell EDMONDSON, Juanita ELAM, MarionL. FERRELL, Mrs. Mildred Lois GUERIN, JuanitaLorineCopeland HARPER, Henry HINKLE, Nancy HOOVERSR., DonaldThurman HOUSE, Gerald Maurice HULSEY, Cindy HUTCHERSON, CharleneFoster JACKS, Willard JOHNSON, Donald JOHNSONJR., WilliamClayton KINGSBUR Y , Brian KIRKENDOLL, Arnold LANIER, WalterBarry LASSITER, Geraldine"Gerrie" LAYNE, James LOCKRIDGE, Deadrick A. LUDEMAN, June LUMYOU, Richard McCALEB, Harrell McDILL, GavinLouise McWILLIAMS, Nina MEADOWSJR., William MERCER, William MINNIS, David NA TION, Christine NEAL, Maggie NEESE, Bobbye NELSON, Lillie OWEN, Billy PA SS, Judy PETERSON, Robert PURSLEY, Ruby REDMON, Marjorie Reeves REEDER, Derrick REEVES, Forrest Ellis RICHARDSON, Phillip ROBERTS, Clayton ROBERTS SR., Thomas Lewis SCOTT , Patrick SHELTON, ClochettaS. SLAGLE, Everett SNOEYENBOS, Mr.Frederik SPEARS, Bill SPR Y, John STRAUSER, Robert STRINGER, Donald STUKEL, Lorraine Mary TALLEY, Miranda THURMAN, Daniel R. WA RNER, Charles B. WEBB,Rev. LouiseEdwards WEINSTEIN, Elizabeth Sternberger WELCH, LouM. WILCOXSON, J.D. WILLIAMSON, Irene WISE,Dr. BillM. YURCHAK, Andrew OBITUARYINDEX Pages6-7B FERRELL,MildredLois— Age83.July5,2011.Funeral service 11 a.m. Friday, July 8, 2011.HILLCRESTFUNER- ALHOME,(931)684-2265. SNOEYENBOS,Frederik— Age99.July5,2011.Memorial 2p.m.Sat.,KingdomHallof Jehovah’sWitnesses.HILL- CRESTF.H.,931-684-2265. AUSTIN, Shawn "Wormy" Services 2p .m. today. ELLIS FUNERALHOME&CRE- MATION SERVICE, (615) 255-5412. BROWN, JR., James B.— Of Nashville. June 25, 2011. Sur - vivedbychildren,Mona (Larry) Murray, April Davidson; other relatives and friends.Familyvisitation Friday,July8,2011from4-5 p.m., Robert E. Lewis Memoria l Chapel, 2500 Clarksville Hwy.Memorialserviceto follow. Interment Private. LEWIS &W RIGHT FU - NERALDIRECTORS,(615) 255-2371. McDILL,GavinLouise— Age 47 of Louisville, KY and Nashville,TN.June25,2011. Precededindeathbyher mother,NancyW.McDill andfather,JamesG.Noonan III. Survived by her daughter, Garrett Whitsett McDill; sisters, Becky Wilson of Malibu, CA, Katie Stover (Jeremy)ofElPaso,TXand Ann Monthei of Delray Beach, FL; step-mother, Ann NoonanofLouisville,KY; step-father, Bob McDill of Nashville,TN;severalneph- ews,niecesandcousins.A gatheringforfriendsand familywillbeheld3p.m.-5 p.m.Saturday,July9,2011at HARPETHHILLSFUNER- AL HOME,9090Hwy.100, Nashville, TN(615)646-9292. www.afamilylegacy.com COCKRELL,WilseLynn— Age72ofNashville.July3, 2011.Survivedbymother, ArrillaCockrell;wife,Bar- baraCockrell;children, DjunaCockrell,Mark(Ka- ren) Cockrell &C handa Cockrell;grandchildren& great-grandchildren.View- ingFriday,July8,2011from 12-6p.m.,atTerrellBroady FuneralHome.Visitation Saturday, 11-12 Noon,w ith funeraltofollowatScotts ChapelA.M.E.Church,511 TulipGroveRd.,Hermitage, TN.TERRELLBROADYFU- NERALHOME,INC.,(615) 244-4755. CROSS,SR.,CharlesC.— Age70ofNashville.June29, 2011.Survivedbywifeof46 years,VirginiaHamilton Cross; children, LaCresia (Wendell), Charles Jr. (Ali - cia),ShaRhondaReynolds; several other relatives and friends.ViewingThursday, 12-6p.m.,atfuneralhome. Visitation Friday, July 8, 2011from11-12p.m.,withfu- neraltofollowatTheTem- ple Church, 3810 Kings Ln., PastorDarrellDrumwright officiating.TERRELL BROADY FUNRAL HOME, INC.,(615)244-4755. DOTSON, Agnes— Age 83 of Nashville.July5,2011.Sur- vived by loving family. Obit later. TERRELL BROADY F.H.,(615)244-4755. EARLE, Ardell— Age 83, passedawayonJuly4,2011. She was ar esident of Dandridge Tower in Nash - ville,TN.BornOctober16, 1927, one of 10 children in theWendtfamily,shewas raisedinLombard,IL,grad- uated from Glenbard West HighSchoolin1945,mar- riedin1947,andraised4 children. She workedi nr e- tailfor25years,retiring fromK-Martin1992.She loved her family and her manyfriends.Survivedby daughters,Jennie(Dave) Frechman, Janice (Jack) McKirgan;4grandsons;2 great-grandchildren;sister, Lila (Joe) Ullom. Preceded indeathby4brothers;4sis- ters; son, Steven; daughter, MarshaVeron;andhus- band,John,whopassed awayin2007.Privateserv- iceandIntermentatForest HillCemetery,GlenEllyn,IL. Formemorials,pleaseex- tendakindnesstosomeone in need. BRENTWOOD ROESCH-PATTONFUNER- AL HOME, 9010 Church Street East, Brentwood, TN 37027(615)373-3040. EDMONDSON, Juanita F. Age84ofNashville.July6, 2011.Survivedbyloving family. Obit later. TERRELL BROADY, (615) 244-4755. ELAM, Marion L. Sims— July 5, 2011. Survived by familyandfriends.Com- plete notice later. SMITH BROTHERS, (615) 726-1476. LANIER, Walter Barry "P ete" — Age 74 of Nash - ville,July5,2011.Preceded indeathbywife,AnneK. Lanierandson,Walter (Bubba).Survivedbythree children,Beverly(Charles) Clark, Reginald Lanier, Eric (Erica) Lanier; six siblings, tengrandchildren,one great-grandchild and ah ost of other relatives and friends.Familyvisitation Friday, July 8, 2011 from 11 a.m.-12p.m.,JacksonStreet Church of Christ, 1408 Jackson Street. Funeral to fol - low.Dr.MichaelCrowder, Officiant. Interment at Mor - tonFamilyCemetery, Shelbyville,TN.JOHN- SON’S HOUSEOFATENA, (615) 254-3472. HOUSE,GeraldMaurice (akaJerry,Gordo, Tubman)— Age69ofNash- ville,TN.October12,1941- July5,2011.Hewasbornin Gordo,ALtoNormanL. andLucilleHouse.Hegrad- uatedGordoHighSchoolin 1960 and attended the Uni - versityofAlabamaforone year.Heservedtwoyears intheU.S.NavyasaSea- bee.Hislifelongdreamwas tobecomeasingerand songwriter. He first sang on theGrandOleOpryatthe ageof16.Hespenthis workingcareerintheprint- ingbusiness,butwhiledo- ingso,hewrotecountry songs,someofwhichwere madepopularbyMelTillis andothercountryartists. Hespentadecadelearning thefineartofviolinmaking. He became a local celebrity onthreedifferentTVshows astheTubman,fishingfor bluegillsinatintubwitha largetubearoundit.Hehas authoredbooksandinvent- ed "Dial-A-Chord," a way to learnthemusical"Nashville NumberSystem."Heissur- vivedbyhiswife,Faye BoothHouse;oneson,Mi- chaelJ.House(Michelle)of New Zealand; daughter, Lisa Mallory(Sam);grandchil- dren,MelissaMallory,Mar- shallMalloryofLaVergne, TN,GeorgeandWilson House of Christchurch, NewZealand;greatgrand- children,TaylorandRyan Thompson,TravisWheeler andJacobMallory.Funeral serviceswillbeconducted Saturday,July9,2011at3 p.m.,atWoodbineFuneral Home,HickoryChapel,5852 Nolensville Road, byR ev. BenMcGinnis.Visitation will be Friday from 4-8 p.m., and Saturday from 2-3p .m., atWOODBINEFUNERAL HOME, HICKORY CHAPEL Directors, 615-331-1952. StillFamilyOwned. HULSEY, Cindy— Age 65 of Nashville.July6,2011. Chapel Service 1p .m.o n Friday, at JENNINGS & AYERS,(615)893-2422. JOHNSON, JR., William Clayton"PeeWee"— Age 63of Nashville. June 26, 2011. Survived by daughters, Kim - berlyFleetandJennifer Johnson; son, Ryan Johnson and grandsons, KylerF leet, JaxonandElijahCole.Me- morial Service 11 a.m. Friday, July8thatMiddleTNVet- eransCemetery,7930 McCrory Lane, Nashville, TN.NASHVILLEFUNER- ALANDCREMATION, (615) 256-1605. LOCKRIDGE,DeadrickA. "T wi n" — July 3, 2011. Sur - vivedbyfamilyandfriends. Completenoticelater. SMITH BROS., 615-726-1476. NATION,Christine— Age 85, Nashville. July 6, 2011. Survivedbylovingfamily. ObitlaterTERRELL BROADY F.H., 615-244-4755 NELSON,Lillie— Age90, passed away July 5, 2011. GravesideServicewillbe heldtodayat1p.m.,at WoodlawnMemorialPark. PASS,JudyAshburn— Funeral Service 10 a.m. today at Forest Lawn Chapel. In - termenttofollowatForest LawnMemorialGardens. STUKEL,LorraineMary— Age 86, died July 5, 2011. Preceded in death by hus - band,MatthewStukel;pa- rents,JamesandHermina Vlach. Survived by daugh - ters,Sandy(LawsonLittle) Watson,Millicent(John) Palese; sister, Shirley (Nick) Bensfield;granddaughter, CathyPalese.Visitationwith the family will be at St. Mary’s Church, Johnson City,TNFriday,10:30a.m. until time for Funeral Mass at11:30a.m.Intermentin Mount Home National Cemetery, Mountain Home, TN.Onlinetributes ma di sonf un er al hom e. net . MADISONFUNERAL HOME,(615)868-9020. REEVES,ForrestEllis— Age 78ofOldHickory,TN, passedawayJuly5,2011. Forrestisprecededindeath byhisparents,Luthurand KittieChandlerReeves.He issurvivedbyhiswife,An- netteReeves;sons,Forrest Reeves, Jr.( Lori) andB rett Reeves(Janelle);grandchil- dren,KylieReeves,Max ReevesandHarperRose Reeves;andahostofnieces andnephews.Forrestserved in the US AirF orce and re - tiredfromDupont/Reemay. Afuneralservicewillbe heldat10a.m.Friday,July8, 2011attheOldHickory ChurchofChrist,withDon Loftisofficiating.Burialwill followat2:30p.m.,atthe CivitanCemeteryin Rogersville,AL.Visitation withthefamilywillbefrom 4p .m. until8 p.m. on Thurs - day,July7,2011attheHer- mitageFuneralHome.Me- morialdonationsmaybe madetotheOldHickory ChurchofChrist.HERMIT- AGE FUNERALH OME & MEMORIALGARDENS,535 ShuteLane,OldHickory, TN37138;(615)889-0361. www.hermitagefh.com RICHARDSON,Phillip— Age56ofNashville,Wed- nesday,June29,2011.Sur- vived by children, Josie & Destiny;father,AlbertRi- chardson;siblings,Tyrone, Michael,Albert,Wayne& ConstanceRichardson.Fu- neralRiteswillheldat NoonFriday,July8thinthe ScalesChapel,1412Jeffer- son.Interment9a.m.Mon- day, Middle TN Veterans Cemetery.Serviceby SCALES FUNERAL HOME, INC., (615) 329-9880. ROBERTS,SR.,Thomas Lewis— Passedawayon June 30, 2011. Preceded in deathbyson,ThomasRob- erts,Jr.;fivebrothersand one sister. He is survived by devotedandlovingwife, Mrs. Dora O’Hara Roberts; son, Jerome (Monica)R ob - erts;twograndsons;devot- ed brother-in-law, Luke O’Hara; two devoted neph - ews,SteveRobertsand Charles O’Hara, Jr.;b rother, LutherRoberts;sisters, RobertaGalbreath,Magalene (J.D.) Jones, Emma Sebree andEllen(Charlie)Bell; brothers-in-law,Edward (Alexis) O’Hara and Jerry (Petra)Bishop;sisters-in- law,Lola(Israel)Pollard, Faye Roberts and Juanita Roberts;ahostofnieces, nephews,otherrelatives and friends. Family visita - tionFriday,July8,2011from 10-11a.m.,funeraltofollow, Smith Brothers Chapel, Pas - torBobbyLeggs,officiant. IntermentGreenwood "West"Cemetery.SMITH BROTHERSFUNERALDI- RECTORS,INC.,706Mon- roe St., (615) 726-1476; Still Family Owned and Operated . www.smithbrothersfd.com SHELTON, Clochetta S.— Of Nashville.July2,2011.Be- lovedwifeofDr.Terry Shelton,diedSaturday,July 2,2011.Survivedbyloving mother,SusieSpears;broth- er,Demetrius(Debbie) Spears; sister, Narquenta (Dr.Clifford)Sims;mother- in-law, Jamie Shelton; brother-in-law, Jeff Shelton &sister-in-law,Tawansia Shelton; step-son, Brent Shelton.VisitationFriday, July 8, 2011 from 11 a.m. -1 2 Noon, with funeral to fol - lowatFirstBaptistSouth Inglewood, 1515 Ann St., Rev.H.K.Smith,Pastor. TERRRELLBROADYFU- NERALHOME,INC.,(615) 244-4755. WARNER,CharlesB."Po- peye"— Age78ofNash- ville.July5,2011.Mr.Warn- erissurvivedbyhissons, SteveandTonyWarner; daughter,TeresaWardrop (Jimmie); brothers, James, LawrenceandBillyWarner; grandson,ShawnGodwin.A MemorialMasswillbe10 a.m.Friday,July8,2011atSt. EdwardsCatholicChurch, 188 Thompson Lane, with Rev.JosephP.BreenCele- brant.Visitationwiththe familywillbeonehourpri- ortoserviceatStEdwards. Alightlunchwillbeserved after the service at the church.Inlieuofflowers, memorialcontributionsmay bemadetoSt.Edwards Schooltuitionassistance program or Alive Hospice. ELLISFUNERALHOME& CREMATIONSERVICE, (615)255-5412. WILLIAMSON,Irene— Service 11:30 a.m. Friday. Visitation10a.m.untiltime ofserviceatHillcrestMeth- odistChurch.377-0775. WISE,Dr.BillM.— Age75 ofNashville,TN.BornOc- tober 26, 1935 in Petersburg, TNandpassedawayJuly6, 2011.Dr.Wiseispreceded in death by his parents, C.M.andLucyMinatra Wise;brothers,BobWise and Dorn Wise. Survived by hislovingwifeof54years, PeggyPruittWise;daugh- ter, Amy Wise; brothers, RandyWiseofHouston, Dwayne Wise of Starkville, MS, Larry Wise of Decatur, AL,TedWiseofWhite House, TN, John Wise of Nashvilleandsister,Linda McNuttofTupelo,MS.Dr. Wise served as Superin - tendentforMetroPublic Schoolsfrom1997-2001.Fu- neral services will be held at11o’clockthemorningof Friday,July8,2011inthe Sanctuary of Judson Baptist Church,4900FranklinPike, Nashville,TN.Pallbearers include: John Majors, Bob Simmons,DwayneWise, TedWise,RandyWiseand Larry Wise. Honorary Pallbearersinclude:Dr.El- bertBrooks,JoeEdgens, CarlisleBeasley,Jack Spaulding,JudgeRichard Dinkins,LucilleNabors, BobbyCampbell,Dr.Jesse Register,AldorothyWright, JimWalker,JudgeTom Wiseman, Ed Kendall, George Thompson, Ken HatfieldandDougFerrell. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Dr. Bill WiseScholarshipFund,c/o Metro Public Schools, 2600 Bransford Ave., Nashville, TN37204.Familyand friendswillgathertore- member Dr. Wise from 4 o’clock until 8o ’clock the eveningofThursday,July7, 2011 at Brentwood-Roesch- Patton Funeral Home. Visi - tationwillalsobeheldon Fridayfrom10o’clockuntil 11 o’clock, at Judson Baptist Church.BRENTWOOD- ROESCH-PATTON,9010 Church St. East, Brentwood, TN37027;(615)373-3040. YURCHAK, Andrew M.— July 5, 2011. Preceded in deathbyson,Nicholas,in 1978. Survived by his wife, RoseannM.Yurchak;sons, Thomas and Christopher. Burial will be 2p .m. Mon - day,July11,2011atMiddle TN Veteran’s Cemetery, Nashville,TN.Guestbook www.crawfordservices.com. CRAWFORD MORTUARY &CREMATORY,(615)2548200.

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