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A:Here's data found from the Tennessee Department of State, Division of Business Services entity detail. 'Name: CAMPBELL HIGHLANDS PROPERTY OWNERS ASSOCIATION, INC. Status: Active Initial Filing Date: 02/09/1999 Formed in: TENNESSEE Delayed Effective Date: Fiscal Year Close: February AR Due Date: 06/01/2013 Term of Duration: Perpetual Inactive Date: Principal Office: 1 CAMPBELL HIGHLANDS DRIVE PIONEER, TN 37847 USA Mailing Address: PO BOX 95 PIONEER, TN 37847-0095 USA AR Exempt: No Obligated Member Entity: No Mutual Benefit Corporation: Yes' You can also see more data such as the registered agent's information, name and address. The search also reveals annual reports, notices, amendments, reinstatements, administrative revocation and other filings.
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Obituary for Mary Black
Mary Winder Curtis Black, 91, entered the larger life on Friday, March 28, 2014. Mary was the wife of the late Donald F. Black; and the daughter of Paul W. Curtis Sr. and Ruth Teas Curtis. Mary attended the Girls Preparatory School, following in the footsteps of her mother, Ruth Teas, who had been the very first graduate of the school, and then graduated from Chattanooga City High School in 1941. She earned a B.S. degree from Maryville College in Maryville, Tenn., and completed her M.A. in early childhood education at The University of Tennessee at Knoxville. She was in the first group of teachers in the founding of the Head Start program. For nearly 40 years she taught kindergarten and first grade in the Chattanooga City Schools and Hamilton County Schools, retiring in 1988 as a teacher at the former Elbert Long School, now CSLA. Mary was a lifelong member of Grace Episcopal Church. At the time of her passing was the oldest living member of the parish and had been present at the installation of five of the six Rectors that have served Grace Church. She also had a great interest in continuing the genealogical research begun by her mother, and was a member of The Colonial Dames of the XVIIth Century, Daughters of the American Revolution, The Magna Carta Society and Pioneer Families of Indiana. She is survived by her four children, Ruth (Bill) LeBlanc, of Baton Rouge, La., Paul (Kathy) Black, of Chattanooga, Robert (Carol) Black, of Kingston Springs, Tenn., and Phil (Susan) Black, of Mountain Brook Ala.; six grandchildren; and numerous nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents, her sister, R. Elizabeth Curtis Phillips; her brothers, Paul W. Curtis Jr., and John W. Curtis; and two grandchildren, James Chisholm LeBlanc, and Lucy Bennett Black A Celebration of her life will be at Grace Episcopal Church, at 2 p.m. on Saturday April 5, with the Rev. Susan J. Butler, officiating. Interment will follow immediately after the service in the Grace Memorial Garden. The family will be receiving friends at the church prior to the service, from 1 p.m. until 2 p.m. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations in Marys name be made to The Grace Church Book of Remembrance. And a special "Thank You!!!" to the staff and nurses at Standifer Place for their love and care. Visit to share words of comfort to the family. Arrangements by Heritage Funeral Home, 7454 East Brainerd Road.
Happening April 02 2014 - Source:

Obituary for Monty Millard
Monty Nichols Millard, 62, of Red Bank, passed away Friday, March 21, 2014 in a local hospital. He was a son of the late Calvin and Willodene Nichols Millard. Monty attended Red Bank Elementary and graduated from The Baylor School in 1969. He graduated from the University of Tennessee at Knoxville with a B.S. in political science. Monty earned a graduate degree from the University of Virginia in retail bank management in 1982. Monty served 10 years on the Red Bank Commission, including one term as mayor. He was a founding member of the Red Bank Chamber of Commerce and served three times as its president. Monty was a retail and commercial banker for 37 years, first with Pioneer Bank, and then First Tennessee Bank. He served a term on the Hamilton County Water and Wastewater Treatment Authority (WWTA). Monty was on the board of the North River Civic Center for over 10 years and was a member of the Red Bank Historical Society. He was a member of Red Bank Baptist Church. Survivors include his children, Nichole and Lauren Millard and Monty Nichols Millard Jr., all of Red Bank; brother, Michael (Susie) Millard, of Chattanooga; nieces, Molly (Zack) Connolly, of Chattanooga and Mary (Ewing) Ballard, of Chattanooga; nephew, Nick Millard, of Chattanooga and great-nephew, Jayme Ballard, of Chattanooga. Pallbearers include Mayor John Roberts, Mayor Jim Coppinger, Howard Cotter, Pat Brown, Lester Barnette and Jimmy Mathis. In lieu of flowers please make contributions to Red Bank Dixie Youth. Funeral services will be 12 p.m. today at Lane Funeral Home with Doctor Fred Steelman officiating. Interment will follow in Chattanooga Memorial Park. Visitation is 9:30 a.m. -12 p.m. today at Lane Funeral Home, 601 Ashland Terrace 877-3524. Visit to share condolences.
Happening March 24 2014 - Source:

2:07-ap-05052 Guinn, Trustee for Liberty Fibers Corporation v. Pioneer Petroleum Company
Type: ap Office: 2 Chapter: [Receipt of Filing Fee (OTC auto)]
Happening March 11 2014 - Source:

Obituary for Mildred Carr
Mildred Maxine Elliott Carr, 94, passed away Tuesday, Feb. 25, 2014, at Star Regional Medical Center in Athens, Tenn. Mrs. Carr was born July 19, 1919 to James H. and Ruth Elliott. She was preceded in death by her parents and her husband of 69 years, Jesse E. Carr. Mrs. Carr retired from South Central Bell on May 1979 after 38 years of service. She was a member of the Telephone Pioneers of America and the Order of the Eastern Star. She was a lifelong member of First-Centenary United Methodist Church where she and her husband had many friends within the church family. Mrs. Carr and her husband previously resided in Hickory Valley Retirement Center in Chattanooga. Mrs. Carr was a resident of Morning Point Assisted Living in Athens, Tenn., at the time of her death. Her family wrote that Maxine always approached life with a positive attitude with no harsh words spoken about anyone. She was always complimentary and thankful to everyone that helped her. Her outlook was to: "We will just wait and see what tomorrow brings" She will be sadly missed by all who knew her, she was just a great lady. Graveside services will be at 2 p.m. Friday, Feb. 28, in the Chapel of Devotion at Hamilton Memorial Gardens in Hixson. Dr. David Harr will be in charge of the service. Visitation will be from 1 to 2 p.m. in the Chapel of Devotion. In Lieu of flowers, please make a donation in her memory to First-Centenary United Methodist Church or your favorite charity. Arrangements are by the East Chapel of Chattanooga Funeral Home, Crematory & Florist, 404 S. Moore Road. Please share your thoughts and memories at
Happening February 26 2014 - Source:

Obituary for Alva Fields
Alva Dotson Fields, 84, formerly of Chattanooga, died Thursday morning, Feb. 20, 2014, in Atlanta. She was born and raised in Riceville, Tenn., and was educated in Knoxville, with a bachelors degree from Knoxville College in 1958 and master degree from the University of Tennessee. It was while she was attending Knoxville College that she met James H. Fields III. In 1961, she became the first African American to become a case supervisor in the Knoxville welfare department. By 1966, she was the area trainer and supervisor for the Hamilton County Office of the Tennessee Department of Public Welfare (DPW). Following her next role as Deputy Director of this office, she was selected as the Director of the Hamilton County Office of the Tennessee Department of Public Welfare in 1973, the first African American woman to ever be appointed to that level in the State. Her 35 years working in social services included a tenure with the University of North Alabama School of Social Work and then as a counselor, teacher, and Department Head at Chattanooga State Technical and Community College. She was a member of the Chattanooga Chapter of LINKS, Inc. serving as president from 1991-1993. She was also an active member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc. She served on numerous boards in Chattanooga including the American Red Cross, Big Brothers-Big Sisters, and the Florence Crittenden Home for unwed mothers. She was a founding board member of the Chattanooga Chapter of the Urban League as well as Family and Children's Services. She served as chair of the Metropolitan Council of Community Services as well as the Task Force on Teen Pregnancies for Chattanooga Venture. She received numerous honors and accolades including the 1984 Social Worker of the Year in Tennessee by the National Association of Social Workers, a Social Worker of the Year nomination for the State of Alabama, 1996 African American Women of Influence by Girls, Inc. and 1996 Women of Distinction recognition by the American Lung Association and Proffitts. In 2002, she received the Black Pioneer Woman Award from the Chattanooga Chapter of the National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Inc. Upon her retirement, Alva devoted her time to painting, needlework, and travel. She was an active member of Fairview and Renaissance Presbyterian Churches in Chattanooga where she played organ and served as an Elder. She and James joined Cascade United Methodist Church in Atlanta, GA in 2009. Though she received numerous honors based on her dedication to her calling to serve others, it was her faith in God and her family that sustained her and who she loved dearly. Alva is survived by the love of her life and husband of 58 years, James H. Field III, two adoring sons Gordon(Lillian) of Cypress, Texas and James Fields IV of Atlanta, GA and a loving daughter, Sherri ( Eduard) Weathers of Atlanta, Ga. She is also survived by her three grandsons who loved her dearly: Eduard, Alvan and Gordon II. She is also survived by her brothers who meant so much to her Marquis Dotson Sr. of Athens, Tn. and Malcolm (Joyce) Dotson Sr. of Detroit, Mich. She will be lovingly remembered by her nephews, nieces, cousins, and her great extended family and close family friends. Celebration of her life and loving memories will be held Tuesday Feb. 25, 2014 at the Cascade United Methodist Church 3144 Cascade Rd. SW Atlanta, GA 30311 with family receiving friends at 10 a.m. and services immediately following at 11 a.m with Rev. Dr. Marvin Moss officiating. Memorial services will be held in Chattanooga, with The Chattanooga Links Inc. and Delta Sigma Theta Sorority services held at 2:30 p.m. Tuesday afternoon at the Hardwick-Trammell Chapel 913 East Martin Luther King Blvd. Entombment will immediately follow at the Hamilton Memorial Gardens in Chattanooga. Services of loving memory entrusted to M.D. Dotson and Sons Funeral Home Cleveland, Tenn.
Happening February 22 2014 - Source:

Obituary for Bette Holladay
Bette Wilson Holladay, 96, of Chattanooga died Friday Jan. 24, 2014. She was retired from Bell South and a member of the Pioneer Club. She was a long time member of First Cumberland Presbyterian Church. She was predeceased by her husband, Richard G. Holladay; parents, Doyal and Grace Smith Wilson; and a brother Doyal Wilson. She is survived by a daughter, Kelly (Jim) Reilly, of Mississippi; a granddaughter, Kaitlin Robinson and long time friend, Fred Schlosshan, who was privileged to take care of her the last twelve years of her life. She is also survived by her "adopted family", Jeremiah and Shaee Adiqon; and their two sons. She will be greatly missed by her loved ones and her three cherished pets. Mrs. Holladay will be buried with her late husband in Chattanooga National Cemetery. At her request there will be no visitation and a private service. Send condolences at Arrangements are by Covenant Funeral & Crematory, Crox family owned and operated.
Happening January 26 2014 - Source:

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Hiking in the new year
A group of about 20 gathered at Cumberland Mountain State Park Wednesday to enjoy the first hike of 2014, led by Ranger Monica Johnson. The group enjoyed a 2.7 mile hike along the Pioneer Short Loop Trail. It's the third year Tennessee State Parks have offered a first-day hike, said Deputy Commissioner for Parks and Conservation Brock Hill, with the first state-wide initiative in 2012. It's part ...
January 06 2014 - Source:

CBI hosts open house, honors Dr. Carl Mueller
Officials with Roane State Community College, city of Crossville, Cumberland County, the Crossville-Cumberland County Chamber of Commerce recently gathered at the Cumberland Business Incubator (CBI) for an open house and to honor one of CBI's early pioneers, Dr. Carl Mueller.
October 14 2013 - Source:

Bare Bones Drama of Prohibition Brought to Life in New Biography
Author Louise Miller Hale in “13 Minutes to Live” recollects a memorable family record involving her father, a murder and bootlegging in a part of America still living in the nation’s pioneer era. (PRWeb July 11, 2013) Read the full story at
July 11 2013 - Source:

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