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Table of Contents From the Chamber of Commerce..............4 About the Chamber: Great People — Great Business.............4

City Beat

Small Business of the Year 2010: Carahills I and II....................................21 Small Business of the Year 2011: Print Solutions / Fayette County Shop Local Magazine...23

Hickory Withe............................................6 La Grange.................................................7

Citizen of the Year 2010: Charlotte Karcher..........................24 2011: Nancy Leggett...............................24

Moscow....................................................8 Oakland.....................................................8 Piperton.....................................................9

Williston...................................................12

Education College Campus Comes to Town............25

Health Care Methodist Fayette Hospital......................26 Oakland Primary Care.............................27

Business Overview Fayette County Demographics................13 Business News & Notes: Growth, Super Size...............................14

Agriculture Futuristic Farming in Fayette County........15

Excellence in Business Large Business of the Year 2010: Dandridge Equipment...........................18

copywriting Mark Allen David Ballard Jay Nehrkorn

web site creation & support Josh Chandler director of media purchasing Diana Vaughn

business development director of business development George Prudhomme

marketing consultant Radar Walker

director of outside sales Debbie Moss

customer service director Kathy Risley

regional director of publications Diana Vaughn

customer service representative Lisa Dolce

business development manager Bonnie Ebers

advertising ad research Mary Kopshever Mildred Walker

ad traffic Carol Smith ad design Mindy Brock

administrative support

account support Terri Ahner

human resources assistant Teresa Craig mailroom technician Melinda Bowlin

information technology publishing systems specialist Christopher Miller

executive leadership

Rossville..................................................10 Somerville................................................11

lead design Kelly Friederich

administrative support Kathy Hagene Carol Smith

Braden......................................................5 Gallaway....................................................6

managing editor Laura Wilcoxen

Important Phone Numbers Know Who to Call...................................28

Index of Advertisers

chairman and founder Craig Williams

chief financial officer Rhonda Harsy

ABOUT   This book is published by CommunityLink and distributed through the Fayette County Chamber of Commerce. For advertising information or questions or comments about this book contact CommunityLink at 1 800-455-5600 or by e-mail at info@CommunityLink.com FOR INFORMATION   Fayette County Chamber of Commerce, 13145 N. Main St., Somerville, TN 38068, Telephone 901-465-8690, Fax 901-465-6497, www.fayettecountychamber.com

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Thank You for Your Support....................28

Visit Fayette County online

Membership Directory Please Support Our Chamber Members...............................29

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Welcome

Large Business of the Year 2011: The Troxel Company.............................20

director of publication design Kelly Friederich

director of photography Jay Nerhkorn photography John McCollum

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Welcome

Welcome

From the Chamber of Commerce

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s Executive Director of the Fayette County Chamber, I am often asked what makes Fayette County so special. The answer is multi-faceted. It could be that we are the third-largest county in the state of Tennessee and home to nine cities while still remaining a mostly rural county with an agricultural heritage. Perhaps our small towns, rich history, antebellum homes, new upscale neighborhoods and expansive farms with beautiful acreage are the draw. The Wolf River is another gem, known for its bird watching and its scenic tours offered by canoe. Or it could be our strategic location, low taxes, access to great road systems and rail — with the largest Norfolk Southern intermodal facility — combined with our close proximity to

Memphis International Airport and the International Port of Memphis. In the last 10 years, Fayette County has enjoyed inclusion on the state’s fastest-growing county list while the Town of Oakland was listed as the fastest-growing city. Nationally, Fayette is ranked among the “100 fastest-growing” counties in the country. Fayette County is home to industries such as Memphis Contract Packaging, AOC’s World Headquarters, Kellogg’s, Troxel, Coilmaster Corporation and many more. With continued growth in residential, retail, small business and industry, the Chamber’s role is evolving. While serving as the lead Economic Development Agency for Fayette County, we are relied on as a dependable source of accurate and

useful information to city and county officials, for relocation interests, and as a resource to small business and industry for expansion. With plans for a Fayette County Higher Education Center underway, the focus on improving education levels and job skills will help make Fayette County more attractive when recruiting new industry. Fayette is a county on the GROW. On behalf of Fayette County, its cities and its citizens, I welcome you to our community and invite you to come grow with us. Whether you are looking for a home for your family or your business, Fayette County has a lot to offer. Julie Perrine, Executive Director The Fayette County Chamber of Commerce

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he Fayette County Chamber of Commerce represents all segments of the business community: industry, small businesses, institutional organizations and individuals. The Chamber serves as a leadership forum, linking ideas and resources to help create and nurture an environment of opportunity, prosperity and quality of life for all in Fayette County. The Chamber works closely with Fayette County government in industrial recruitment and is proactive in meeting the needs of existing industry.

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Mission Statement

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The Fayette County Chamber of Commerce has been serving businesses throughout the county since 1979. In addition to a dedicated staff, it is led by a board of directors comprised of a diverse group of community and business leaders from across the county. The Chamber functions through the work of dedicated volunteers and a membership committed to sustaining and developing a thriving economy and quality of life for all of Fayette County. The Fayette County Chamber of Commerce maintains a countywide and regional perspective in its commitment to economic, industrial and workforce development and job creation,

enhancing new and existing small business, agri-business and membership services, promoting Fayette County as a great place to work, live, and do business.

Contact Information The Fayette County Chamber of Commerce 13145 N. Main St. P.O. Box 411 Somerville, TN 38068 901-465-8690 www.fayettecountychamber.net

Staff

Executive Director

Julie Perrine director@fayettecountychamber.com Customer Relations

Theo Terry tterry@fayettecountychamber.com

Board of Directors

2013 Officers/Executive Committee President

Tim Stanz MetLife Vice President

Matt Hooper Assistant District Attorney Past-President

Barbara Walls Retired Clerk & Master Secretary-Treasurer

Tina Glover Hometown Flowers & Gifts At-Large

Mike Cottam Dandridge Equipment

2013 Board of Directors Janet Hunt Methodist Healthcare-Fayette Hospital Roy Locke Terminex Ralph Peperone ACE Hardware Carrie McCaskill Smith Keller Williams Realty


City Beat

City Beat

Braden Braden Station

Braden Fast Facts Population............................................................282 Mayor.................................................. Chester Cocke City Hall................................................ P.O. Box 1350 Phone...............................................901-594-5380 Fire Department...................................901-594-5100

three-year renovation, they opened Braden Station with their daughter and son-in-law, Kim and Terry Graves, as business partners. Terry manages the restaurant’s menu, and the influence of his home state of Louisiana shows in the dishes they serve. Best known for their catfish, they also serve entrees featuring shrimp, fresh oysters, stuffed crab, clams and chicken. But the food isn’t the only thing that draws customers from Memphis, Covington, Somerville and other surrounding towns — it’s also the nostalgic building and decor.

“We maintained as much of the original building as we possibly could — the floors, the shelving and the stairways,” said JoAnne. “I even advise customers to sit on the other side of the table the next time they come back so that they can look at all the objects on the wall and on the shelves, because the shelves are full of memorabilia. People will say, ‘Oh I remember my mother using one of those’ or ‘I remember this or that’ and it takes them back.” Braden Station is open for business, and memories, on Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights.

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ver the past century, the C.T. & J.W. McGraw building in Braden has been put to a number of uses — a general store, a hardware store, a post office, a bank — it’s been many things throughout the years and has stood stalwart within the community like an old, familiar friend all the while. Today it fulfills yet another purpose as the home of Braden Station, a restaurant specializing in catfish, seafood and fond memories. The building was purchased by George and JoAnne Jensen in 2002, and following an extensive

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Gallaway Summer Fun for the Young

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allaway youths ages 4 to 14 don’t need to pack their bags or dig into mom and dad’s wallets for a summer camp experience. From kickball and basketball to crafts and story time, the summer camp program in Gallaway is designed to give children activities that fill their vacation mornings with safe and constructive fun. Once a city-sponsored program, Gallaway Summer Camp transitioned completely to private funding through local donors two years ago. The program now falls entirely under the umbrella of First Baptist Church of Gallaway, which has provided a semi-volunteer senior staff and organized manpower for the camp since day one. Each year the camp hires a few local high school students who have outgrown the program to help out, offering them a job opportunity close to home that includes life lessons and development of leadership skills. Aside from that, it’s the volunteers who really make the program possible, and those volunteers come from a variety of places.

Hickory Withe New Sign, Familiar Message

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he community of Hickory Withe was first established as a settlement in the 1830s, being known at the time as Hickory Grove for the many trees at the site. But the name “Withe” — which is defined as a tough yet flexible twig or stem for binding things together — is the one that ultimately stuck, and it turned out to be an apt choice. The families of this residential and largely agricultural community are, in fact, strongly bound together, yet flexible enough to be inviting to new neighbors. “The strength of our community is in the character of the people here, and that it’s very neighborly,” said Hickory Withe Community Association President John Thorpe. As the gateway community at the western entry to Fayette County, the Hickory Withe erected new signs on Highway 196 in 2012 to highlight the message they’ve been sending for more than 175 years: You’re welcome here.

Hickory Withe Community Association Sign Committee and Board of Directors, L to R: Jerry Magsig, John Thorpe, Ed Patnode, Sandi Leggett, Sandra Brewer, Tom Nelson, Kay McLaughin and Jane Mitchell.

“We have mission teams from all over the U.S. take a week and come in to help us out,” said program organizer Becky Jackman. “The kids love having visitors. What our groups usually find out is that our kids welcome them very quickly, especially if they can push them on a swing.” Daily activities for the kids offer structure but are mostly centered around play. Still, there are craft projects and other enriching activities available to help them stay sharp during the summer months. “We have someone who reads with the kids whenever they want to. We don’t want to force them, seeing as it is their break, but we do have someone who can read with them, and there are multiplication flash cards available,” Jackman explained. “We don’t focus much on academics as a general rule, but if we have a child who needs special attention in a certain area based on what we know from the school year and what we hear from the parents, we will make sure that child gets some extra academic encouragement during the summer.” The camp runs from 7 a.m. to noon daily, with breakfast and lunch provided by Northwest Elementary School. To learn more, volunteer or make a tax-deductible donation, contact the First Baptist Church of Gallaway at 901-867-3507.

Gallaway Fast Facts Population.............................................................................................................. 738 Mayor.....................................................................................................Dennis Timbes City Hall.............................................................................................607 Watson Drive Phone................................................................................................. 901-867-3333 Fire Department..................................................................................... 901-299-3197 Police Department................................................................................. 901-867-4812 Electricity Southwest Tennessee Electric Membership Corp................................ 800-772-0472 Gas, Water, Sewer, Sanitation City of Gallaway................................................................................. 901-867-3333 Post Office............................................................................ 586 Old Brownsville Road Phone................................................................................................. 901-867-3231

Hickory Withe Fast Facts Population........................................................................................................... 2,574 Community Association President........................................................George McCloud Web.......................................................................................... www.hickorywithe.com Utilities Memphis L,G&W................................................................................ 901-820-7878


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La Grange Restoring a Historic Jewel

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ost structures can be rebuilt, but a historic building can never be replaced. When one is lost, there is no way to transfer the stories or the feelings it evoked to whatever may come along to take its place. And while the communities of Fayette County are home to many historic homes, Mary Jean Smith saw something special and worth saving in the La Grange house known as “Tiara.” “That house has a lot of history,” Smith explained. “I’m in the real estate business and my company had the house listed, and it was just about to fall down. I did not want to see that happen, so I bought it. I just didn’t know at the time that it was going to be such a large project.” The 5,100-square-foot home was originally built in 1845 by Frank Cossitt, who owned several plantations and whose family was well known in the region. In the early to mid 1860s, during the dark days of the Civil War, Cossitt moved northward from Tennessee; he is credited with developing the town of La Grange, Ill., in the years that

followed. Meanwhile, his Tiara home — so named for the distinctive, windowed cupola that adorns the roof like a shining crown when lit — served as a hospital as the war raged on. Following Cossitt’s departure, ownership of the home passed through several different families across a number of generations before finally coming to the Smiths in 2007. Since that time they’ve done a full restoration of the home’s exterior and of the interior lower level, which features a double parlor with connecting pocket doors, 12.5-foot ceilings, original heart pine floors and restored furnishings. Following a Tennessee State Historic Commission tour in June 2012, which served as a “kick-off” event for the Smiths, the completed lower level was made available to rent for a variety of gatherings such as reservation-only dinners, book readings, music recitals, weddings and receptions. “My husband has planned and supervised all of the restoration,” Smith said. “He is also a rose enthusiast and has planted a rose garden of 200 bushes on

the back lawn. So we’ll probably host some things having to do with different rose societies as well.” Since the beginning, the Smiths’ plan for the Tiara restoration has included four upstairs bedrooms and baths; once those are completed the business will begin to operate as a full-fledged bedand-breakfast. While there is no set timeframe for that portion of the project, it is ongoing and could potentially be completed in 2013. While operating a historic meeting space and place of lodging were not lifelong goals for the Smiths, the Tiara home itself seems to have drawn them into it. Mrs. Smith said that the project is, indeed, a labor of love, then laughingly adds, “or one of folly.” But kidding aside, their passion to preserve a unique place for people to enjoy has brought about beautiful results, and Tiara still has a glowing future to complement its storied past.

La Grange Fast Facts Population............................................................136 Aldermen.............................. Jill Cox, Paul Davenport, ................................Charles Engelken, Greg Kinney, ...........................John Walker Jr., Wallace Witmer III Town Hall.................................................20 Main St. Phone...............................................901-878-1246 Web........................................www.lagrangetn.com Fire Department...................................901-828-9365 Police Department...............................901-878-1246 Electricity Bolivar Energy Authority...................731-658-5257 Gas Hardeman-Fayette Utility District......901-877-6236 Water, Sewer, Sanitation Town of La Grange...........................901-878-1246 Post Office................................................30 Main St. Phone...............................................901-878-1136

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Mayor........................................ William B. Cowan, Jr.

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City Beat Oakland Fast Facts Population........................................................................................................... 6,623 Mayor.................................................................................................... Scott Ferguson Aldermen..........................Karl Chambliss, Chris Goodman, Billy R. Morris, Kelly Rector City Hall................................................................................................170 Doss Circle Phone................................................................................................. 901-465-8523 Web.......................................................................................www.oaklandtnnow.org Fire Department..................................................................................... 901-465-2448 Police Department................................................................................. 901-465-0070 Electricity Chickasaw Electric Cooperative.......................................................... 901-465-3591

Moscow

Sanitation All Star Waste / Advanced Disposal.................................................... 901-854-8865

hile its history includes a chapter from our nation’s darkest era, Moscow’s current legacy of industry and service to others sets the tone for a vibrant future. Moscow is well-known among Civil War buffs for the Battle of Moscow, which took place on December 4, 1863. The battle was fought near the railroad and wagon bridges that once spanned the Wolf River, and the historic marker explaining the nature of the battle quotes Pvt. Augustus Hurff of the 6th Illinois Cavalry as saying, “The river seemed like running blood instead of water.” It’s been nearly 150 years since the Civil War came to Moscow’s doorstep, and while the community has not forgotten the important events that took place there in the 1860s, it has moved forward by making a name for itself as a place of progress and kindness. The city is home to the J. B. Brunson Industrial Park, the vision of a former mayor, which now plays an important economic role in Fayette County thanks to resident companies such as FRP manufacturer Glasteel and refrigeration component maker Coilmaster. It’s also the location of the Moscow Food Pantry, which grew from a Sunday School class project into a ministry serving approximately 250 families countywide each month and has been recognized for its exceptional service by regional and national organizations.

Post Office.................................................................................. 14695 Tennessee 194 Phone................................................................................................. 901-465-2327

Moscow Fast Facts Population.............................................................................................................. 500 Mayor.........................................................................................................Gary Howell Fayette County Chamber of Commerce

Water, Sewer City of Oakland................................................................................... 901-465-8523

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Gas Somerville LG&W............................................................................... 901-465-7300

Aldermen................ Virgil Jones, Tonya Kennon, Curtis Oliver, Jerry Rhea, Otha Rhodes City Hall...........................................................................................14075 Highway 57 Phone................................................................................................. 901-877-3585 Web........................................................................................... cityofmoscowtn.com Fire Department..................................................................................... 901-877-3243 Police Department................................................................................. 901-877-3585 Electricity Chickasaw Electric Cooperative.......................................................... 901-465-3591 Gas Hardeman-Fayette Utility District........................................................ 901-877-6236 Water, Sewer, Sanitation City of Moscow.................................................................................. 901-877-3585 Post Office...................................................................................................90 4th Ave. Phone................................................................................................. 901-877-3433

Oakland Accentuating the Positives

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he Oakland Economic Development Committee are moving forward with a progressive new promotional campaign to show potential residents and business prospects why Oakland has become the fastest-growing city in Tennessee. The campaign’s “It’s Well Within Your Reach” tagline can be applied to Oakland in a number of different ways — all of them positive. “From a residential standpoint, it says that you can enjoy an extremely affordable small-town living environment here, yet you still have all of the amenities of a large metropolitan area in a short drive time,” explained Jim Gallagher of the Oakland Economic Development Committee. “On the retail and commercial side, it emphasizes the fact that we are right off of I-40 and Highway 385, which will be part of the I-69 corridor from Mexico to Canada. So from the corporate office, retail, commercial and light industrial aspect, heavy transportation is well within your reach. A certified megasite is adjacent to us and the new Intermodal rail line is just south of us, and we’re right in the middle of all of it.” The campaign will soon broadcast these virtues of Oakland and Fayette County via television spots, billboards and print media.


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Piperton AOC Takes the LEED interchanges and partnerships with regional universities. He also indicated that AOC’s commitment to the community played a key role in the decision. “As AOC grew into a global enterprise, Alpha and AOC leadership stayed connected to their founding roots in West Tennessee and have continued to invest and develop here,” Weghorst said. “It was logical that development continue in Fayette County and the new facility be located where the company’s roots and foundation began.”

Piperton Fast Facts Population........................................................................................................... 1,445 Mayor.........................................................................................................Henry Coats Aldermem..........................Mike Binkley, Hugh Davis Jr., Scott Thomas, Preston Trotter City Hall...........................................................................................3725 Highway 196 Phone................................................................................................. 901-853-4830 Web.................................................................................................... pipertontn.com Fire Department..................................................................................... 901-853-2195 Police Department................................................................................. 901-861-8424 Electricity Chickasaw Electric Cooperative.......................................................... 901-465-3591 Water City of Piperton................................................................................... 901-853-4830 Sanitation All Star Waste / Advanced Disposal.................................................... 901-854-8865

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he global resin and materials technology supplier AOC LLC celebrated the 50th anniversary of its parent company, The Alpha Corporation of Tennessee, with the opening of its new World Headquarters in late 2010. The new Piperton facility also made Fayette County history, being the first in the county to achieve Silver LEED certification. AOC Chairman and CEO Randy Weghorst stated that the company had sustainability in mind from the onset of the project. “Since its inception, AOC has operated on the principle that leadership breeds success. We applied that philosophy during the design stages to create a building that shows leadership in sustainable practices,” he explained. “LEED certification is the natural route to ensuring that sustainability goals are achieved. The company’s new headquarters uses 30 percent less energy and water than similar non-LEED buildings. Achieving higher sustainability standards required a greater initial investment but reduces day-to-day operating costs.” The 50,000-square-foot headquarters features 100 office spaces, a training center, conference rooms and an in-house data center. It’s located across the street from the company’s Tennessee manufacturing facility, the world’s largest manufacturer of unsaturated polyester resins. Their previous headquarters is also located on the campus across the street. It now houses consolidated research and development, product testing, and technical support functions under one roof, improving efficiencies and response times. The new headquarters also gives AOC more room to grow in the future as the company and global economy expand. When asked about the deciding factors for digging their roots deeper in Piperton soil rather than relocating, Weghorst pointed out that the company has solid business reasons for investing close to home. The plant benefits from the region’s logistical strengths as well as technical

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Rossville Something Old, Something New

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he community of Rossville dates back to the mid-1800s, and as one of Fayette County’s “old towns” it has its share of restored historic structures. But over the past few years the community has also seen its share of new growth as former Memphis residents looked outside of the city for a friendly environment with a lower tax burden and a bit more elbow room. The town’s population increased by nearly 75 percent between the year 2000 and the 2010 census, and the result is a mixed housing market that is unique for a community of Rossville’s size. Added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2001, the Rossville Historic District encompasses areas in the northern part of town around Main, Second and Front streets. Many of the homes on these streets were built in the late 1800s and early 1900s, and they represent a broad spectrum of sizes and architectural styles. Typical of historic housing markets, the selling prices of these homes vary

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considerably from site to site depending on age, size and condition. Since the year 2000, the southwest part of town has seen tremendous residential expansion, with brand-new homes springing up south of Highway 57 in the areas surrounding Cotton Trail and Cotton Gin drives. These neighborhoods now offer attractive homes that are well suited to growing families and that fall in the $200,000 to $300,000 price range. And within the last five years, the development of upscale neighborhoods, such as Saunders Creek, has expanded local options to include beautiful French country luxury homes on spacious lots and with excellent amenities. With the establishment of its historic district and development of new subdivisions, Rossville has spent the last decade making small-town charm available in several distinct looks, and based on the town’s growth, it appears that the “something old, something new” mix has been a winning combination.

Rossville Fast Facts Population.............................................................664 Mayor......................................................Judy Watters Aldermen................Reuben Burch, V.; Brian Dewberry; ................................................Jerry Fant; Ben Farley; .............................Kenneth Spencer; Michael Swessel City Hall.................................................. 360 Morrison Phone................................................901-853-4681 Fire Department....................................901-853-3976 Police...................................................901-853-4689 Dispatcher.........................................901-465-3456 Electricity Chickasaw Electric Cooperative.........901-465-3591 Gas Hardeman-Fayette Utility District.......901-877-6236 Water/Sewer/Sanitation City of Rossville.................................901-853-4681 Post Office..........................................210 Main Street Phone................................................901-854-0996


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Somerville Getting Greener

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Somerville Fast Facts Population.........................................................3,094 Mayor........................................................ Bob Turner Aldermen...................... Judith Accardi, John Douglas, ....................................Keith Flaniken, Sandra Myers, ............................................ Ronnie Neill, Mike White City Hall..........................................13085 N. Main St. Phone...............................................901-465-9500 Web.......................................www.somervilletn.org Fire Department...................................901-465-3332 Police Department...............................901-465-7307 Electricity, Gas, Water, Sewer, Sanitation Somerville (Somerville L,G&W).........901-465-7300 Post Office.....................................116 West North St. Phone...............................................901-465-4210

including the addition of a drive-up service window as well as the installation of more efficient air conditioning and heating units, light fixtures, and windows and doors. Residents may see these changes as subtle, but City Administrator Austin Edmondson, Jr.,

explains that together the upgrades have the potential to make a big impact. “If we are able to do everything we want to do under the energy grant, we will reduce our annual energy costs by around $5,000 per year,� Edmondson said.

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ity leaders in Somerville are taking advantage of grant opportunities to create a more energy-efficient and attractive community. With continuing improvements made around the courthouse square, Somerville is now embarking on Phase II of its streetscape program with enhancements that will add beauty and increased functionality to a two-block stretch of Market Street. The project will include new sidewalks that meet the requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act as well as all-new lighting and attractive green areas. The city was awarded a Tennessee Department of Transportation grant to cover most of the cost of the project. The new streetscape will continue to make the downtown area safer and more attractive to pedestrians and new businesses. City leaders are hopeful for completion of the project by the end of 2012. Somerville is also taking advantage of a Department of Energy grant through the State of Tennessee Economic and Community Development Division to do a series of projects geared toward energy conservation. Projects include LED traffic signals and new thermal-core doors at the firehouse. City Hall has received a number of updates,

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Williston Longstanding Landmark

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he Crawford General Store on Macon Road has been a landmark in Williston since the 1860s. Over the years it has served as a general store, a post office, a small museum and a meeting hall. It has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places since 1975.

Williston Fast Facts Population.............................................................341 Mayor............................................... Audrey McQueen City Hall........................................15630 Highway 193 Phone................................................901-465-9661 Electricity Chickasaw Electric Cooperative.........901-465-3591 Gas Somerville LG&W..............................901-465-7300

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Water City of Williston.................................901-465-9661

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Business Overview Fayette County Demographics Population

2000.......................................................................................................................28,806 2010.......................................................................................................................38,413 Percent Change........................................................................................................33.4% Source: U.S. Census Bureau

Cost of Living

Memphis Metro Composite....................................................................................................................85.6 Grocery Items...............................................................................................................91.8 Housing.......................................................................................................................73.2 Utilities.........................................................................................................................83.3 Transportation..............................................................................................................87.8 Health Care................................................................................................................100.7 Miscellaneous Goods and Services...............................................................................92.0 U.S. average for all indices is 100. Source: ACCRA Cost of Living Index, 3Q2012

Distance to Major Cities (Miles)

From Somerville, Tenn. Memphis, Tenn................................................................................................................45 Nashville, Tenn..............................................................................................................177 Little Rock, Ark..............................................................................................................180 Birmingham, Ala............................................................................................................245 Jackson, Miss...............................................................................................................249 St. Louis, Mo.................................................................................................................286 Louisville, Ky..................................................................................................................347 Knoxville, Tenn...............................................................................................................365 Atlanta, Ga....................................................................................................................367 New Orleans, La............................................................................................................438 Source: Rand McNally

Employment by Industry Agriculture / forestry / fishing / hunting / mining Arts / entertainment / recreation hospitality / food service

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Taxes

County + City = Total Fayette County..........................$1.4781 . ............................................................ $1.4781 Gallaway.......................................................................$1.2000........................ $2.6781 Grand Junction.............................................................$0.7500........................ $2.2281 La Grange.....................................................................$1.3296........................ $2.8077 Moscow........................................................................$1.1126........................ $2.5907 Oakland........................................................................$0.1569........................ $1.6350 Piperton........................................................................$0.3800........................ $1.8581 Rossville.......................................................................$1.1266........................ $2.6047 Somerville.....................................................................$0.6700........................ $2.1481 Source: Fayette County Chamber of Commerce

Real Estate Median Home Cost, Select Fayette County Communities Braden...................................................................................................................$81,500 Moscow.............................................................................................................. $124,800 Oakland.............................................................................................................. $144,600 Piperton.............................................................................................................. $219,300 Rossville.............................................................................................................. $143,200 Somerville........................................................................................................... $114,800 Williston.................................................................................................................$92,600 Source: Sperling’s Best Places

Value, Fayette County Occupied Housing Units Number Percent Total Units....................................................11,699...................................................100% Less than $50,000.....................................1,158....................................................9.9% $50,000 to $99,999...................................1,674..................................................14.3% $100,000 to $149,999...............................1,713..................................................14.6% $150,000 to $199,999...............................1,840..................................................15.7% $200,000 to $299,999...............................2,736..................................................23.4% $300,000 to $499,999...............................1,900..................................................16.2% $500,000 to $999,999..................................521....................................................4.5% $1 million +...................................................157....................................................1.3% Median Value........................................ $176,300

Public admin.

Education / health care / social assistance

Other services Finance / insurance / real estate

Wholesale / retail trade

Transportation / warehousing / utilities Professional / scientific

Manufacturing

Construction

Source: U.S. Census Bureau: 2006–2010 American Community Survey 5-Year Estimates

Gross Rent, Fayette County Renter-Occupied Housing Units Rent Percent Occupied units paying rent.............................1,705...................................................100% Less than $200.............................................110....................................................6.5% $200 to $299................................................150....................................................8.8% $300 to $499................................................232..................................................13.6% $500 to $749................................................644..................................................37.8% $750 to $999................................................263..................................................15.4% $1,000 to $1,499..........................................300..................................................17.6% $1,500 +..........................................................6....................................................0.4% Median Rent.................................................$673 Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2008–2010 American Community Survey 3-Year Estimates

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Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2008–2010 American Community Survey 3-Year Estimates

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Business News & Notes: Growth, Super-Size

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ayette County is enjoying economic success, especially on the west side, where it capitalizes on the vibrant energy radiating from Memphis. “We are having good growth,” said Julie Perrine, executive director of Fayette County Chamber of Commerce, noting that Memphis denizens are attracted by “lower taxes and better living.” One of the most exciting projects is Norfolk Southern’s new Memphis Regional Intermodal Facility, being built on a 570-acre site in Rossville. The terminal began partial operations in July 2012. The $105 million terminal is a part of the railroad’s multi-state, 2,500-mile and $2.5 billion Crescent Corridor program of projects, set to establish a high-speed intermodal freight rail route linking the Gulf Coast and the Northeast. Intermodal transportation blends the use of rail for long-distance shipping with trucks for local deliveries and pickups. Such a process saves energy and reduces carbon emissions — a typical intermodal train hauls 280 truckloads of freight and moves a ton of freight 480 miles on one gallon of fuel. It also reduces highway congestion and large truck/vehicle accidents. The terminal will have the capacity to handle more than 327,000 containers and trailers each

year. The railroad company boasts that it will utilize the latest in gate and terminal automation technology, which shortens the waiting time for trucks entering the terminal, reducing exhaust emissions and improving truck driver productivity. Perrine is confident that in addition to the immediate construction and employment boost, the facility will help the region’s overall economic base exponentially, adding that it “is going to attract more business.” Fayette County also hopes to benefit from the neighboring Memphis Regional Megasite, a 1,720-acre project in Haywood County aimed at attracting large-scale manufacturing by offering an ideal site with all requisite transportation needs already accommodated. Five of the Tennessee Valley Authority-certified Megasites have attracted manufacturers. Only two remain to be snatched up, including the West Tennessee Megasite. “This project is regional and, depending on the prospect, will have a great effect on Fayette County. The Haywood megasite brings the possibility of being one of the biggest economic drivers for West Tennessee in the next few years,” Fayette County Mayor Rhea Taylor was quoted as saying in The Commercial Appeal.

Those two mammoth undertakings are dwarfed in sheer size by the Piperton Hills Development, located on 3,200 acres of the former Twin Hill Ranch — previously patrolled by cattle — that William and Jackie Adair purchased for $28 million with hopes to carefully shepherd it toward becoming a picturesque subdivision. Dennis Burton, one of the project’s developers, told The Commercial Appeal that the land includes two large lakes, about a dozen ponds and several mature tree canopies. “We’re going to capture all of the beauty of it that we can. We’re not going to go out and cut down trees and drain ponds.... We’re going to build around that kind of stuff.” Burton foresees the future community containing a “classy” shopping center, a grocery store, residential lots ranging from patio homes to 50-acre farms, and perhaps a school. “This is number one to me,” Burton was quoted in The Commercial Appeal. “This is something you dream about. This is a once-in-a-lifetime thing. It’s going to be the biggest thing that’s ever hit Fayette County. Nobody else has got that much land in one spot.” Combining significant growth with respect for the region’s beauty and environment, Fayette County’s biggest new developments are great news for the entire region.


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Horse Sense Tennessee has a long and storied history with horses, including having its own namesake breed, the graceful Tennessee Walking Horse, famed for its smooth, gliding gait and easygoing temperament. According to the 2007 Census of Agriculture, Tennessee ranks sixth in the U.S. for its number of horses and ponies, and equine industry sales contribute $31.2 million each year to the state’s economy. Fayette County’s rolling hills and pastures are ideal for raising horses, so it’s no surprise it’s home to a number of horse farms that are carrying the Tennessee equine tradition forward.

Blue City Warmbloods

Moscow 901-331-3500 :: www.bluescity-warmbloods.com Breed and sell Friesian Sport Horses. Farrier services are available.

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our generations ago, farmers’ most technologically advanced piece of equipment walked on four hooves. That was a long time ago. Chad Dacus, a fifth-generation farmer on the 2,900-acre Dacus Farms in northwest Fayette County, says that not only are his great-great-grandfather’s mules a thing of the past, but even pieces of farm equipment that were mainstays on farms just 10 years ago have been replaced by newer and better machines. “Our planters now have GPS [systems] that make farming much more efficient,” he said. “Several years ago, farmers used to have spots where they would double plant. Now the GPS planters are turning the machines off when they reach those same spots.” Farmers use planters to first plant a boundary in the same way a homeowner might cut the perimeter of his yard before working his way inward to mow the rest of his lawn. New GPS-guided planters have

monitors that digitally “paint” on the screen areas that have already been planted. They then send a signal to the planter to turn off when it passes over a spot that’s previously been sown, saving precious seeds. “The cost of farming has gone up so much, you don’t even realize how much saving one seed helps — but it makes a big difference,” Dacus noted. According to Dacus, harvesting of the fields has become technologically advanced as well. For one, the new John Deere 7760 Cotton Picker Round Bailer is making the harvesting of cotton more efficient. “It is a non-stop harvest. You can pick the cotton without having to stop and dump,” Dacus noted. “Where we had three or four machines running to harvest the cotton before, we now just have the 7760.” From satellites for seeding to swift harvests, Fayette County farmers sure have come a long way from that stubborn mule.

Masterson Farms

400 Union Drive, Somerville 901-466-0123 :: www.mastersonfarms.com Breed, raise, develop and sell Western pleasure show horses.

Moon Shadow Farm 1280 Jenkins Drive, Rossville 901-853-1842 :: http://moonshadowfarm.com Breed and sell Paso Fino horses for trail and show.

Windy Ridge Paso Fino Ranch 2500 Highway 64, Hickory Withe 901-465-3901 :: http://windyridgepasos.com Breed, raise, train and sell Paso Fino horses

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1985 Poole Road, Moscow 901-491-1678 :: www.gouldropinhorses.com Training for team roping horses in indoor arena. Horse sales via consignment.

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andridge Equipment’s owner and founder, Cathey Dandridge, sets his business apart from its competition by living the motto, “We doze, but seldom close.” Open since 1967, Dandridge Equipment is the oldest John Deere equipment dealer in the South. The business is open seven days a week, even offering service 24 hours a day. What started as a five-employee business now has a staff of 45 who collectively have over 600 years of service experience with Dandridge Equipment. Coupled with Dandridge Equipment’s commitment to hard work is its devotion to customers. Dandridge says above all else he tries to focus on his customers and their needs. Elected Fayette County’s 2010 Large Business of the Year,

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Dandridge Equipment goes the extra mile to ensure customers get the exact products they are looking for. “If a man wants something, and we don’t have it or can’t get it for him, then he probably doesn’t need it,” he notes light-heartedly. No one seems to be complaining of neglect. Mike Cottam, Dandridge Equipment’s general manager, says customer retention is one of Dandridge Equipment’s strengths. The scope of its customer base underscores his point; the company’s customers are not limited to the rural community in which it resides. The dealer provides services to customers as far as 200 miles away and sells products to a customer base that includes 10 states and extends internationally to

countries including Brazil, China, Canada and Argentina, to name a few. According to Cottam, Dandridge Equipment is unique because “we try to treat every customer as a customer instead of a number. A lot of dealers’ customers live in a different town so they treat them as such, but we personalize our service. Mr. Dandridge’s success in life has come from caring about people.” Cottam cites Dandridge Equipment’s John Deere Day as an example of that care. “Originally John Deere Day was tailored for previous customers as a way of treating them to a good time and showing them our newest products,” he explained. “We changed ours to a Saturday venue that is like a community carnival,


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the nonprofit raise $60,000 in 2010 and over $100,000 in 2011. Even though Dandridge is from Mississippi, Fayette County is home, and he says there is no place like that home. “Whenever I return from trips and see the John Deere sign at my store, I am happy because I know I am home.”

Contact Information Dandridge Equipment 11495 Highway 64 Somerville, TN 38068 Phone: 901-465-9811 Toll Free: 800-233-3373 www.dandridgeequipment.com

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geared toward children, including multiple games and activities such as a petting zoo, pedal tractor pull, climbing wall and many more. This year we served over 400 barbeque sandwiches and over 200 hot dogs, free of charge.” The event is a big hit among locals, and even non-customers are welcomed, says Cottam. “I can’t tell you how many people thank us. Even people who never buy anything from us compliment us on this contribution to the good of the people in the Fayette County community.” Dandridge’s macroeconomic success has manifested itself locally as well. Cottam says Dandridge does not like to toot his own horn, but anytime there is a fundraiser or need for community support Dandridge Equipment is one of the first businesses organizers call. In fact, Dandridge Equipment touches so many local Fayette County charities that Cottam was at a loss to relate the entire, lengthy list. But perhaps more than any other charity, Dandridge holds special regard for Fayette Cares, a nonprofit that provides support to those in need, including food, clothing and shelter. As co-chair of the Fayette Cares Annual Gala, Dandridge helped

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Large Business of the Year 2011: The Troxel Company

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n 1960, Fayette County was one of the poorest counties in the nation. But an Ohio company looking for a new beginning, close to major shipping and abundant labor, saw potential there. The Troxel Company established operations in Moscow, Tenn., and they’ve been a Fayette County mainstay ever since. Production began at the newly constructed Moscow facility in May 1961. In the beginning 40 to 50 locals were hired at 90 cents per hour,

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many coming from the cotton fields. The plant did very well very quickly, hiring more people, adding equipment and diversifying its product lines. Indeed, flexibility and adaptibility have always been a Troxel strong point. Customers and employees have benefited from an everdiversifying and expanding product line. In the early years millions of bicycle seats were shipped every month. Since then, Troxel’s product line has expanded to include bicycle child carriers, mag bicycle wheels, bicycle racks, lawn furniture, chairs, high chairs, juvenile infant car seats, pedal cars, barbeque grills, tables and chairs, and now Flexible Flyer swing sets. A constant through the years has been and still is welded steel tubing. Employment at Troxel peaked in 1989 at almost 1,000 well-paying jobs. Since its beginning Troxel has demonstrated its commitment to employees, giving thousands the opportunity to provide their families with a comfortable lifestyle. In 2003, an Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP) was formed. This allowed the employees to purchase the company from the Timms Family. In addition to providing stable and well-paid employment, Troxel gives back to the community by supporting local businesses whenever possible. Charitable work is also part of the company’s legacy. In addition to supporting the

American Cancer Society, Troxel supports Fayette Cares and is a founder of the Fayette County Literacy Program. As the industrial world began experiencing overseas competition, The Troxel Company was also touched. Many jobs were lost to overseas markets, where salaries were and still are at 1961 pay rates. While many companies have not been able to survive, Troxel has actually grown and maintained its profitability. In 2011 the company added 55 new jobs, proving that flexibility and determination do survive and earning Troxel the distinction of being named the Chamber’s Large Business of the Year. What once began with Helen and Richard Timms continues today because of its loyal and dedicated staff, led by a management team headed by President Bobby Rowlett. Troxel has been and remains a strong and viable company — one that plans to be around another 50 years.

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Small Business of the Year 2010: Carahills I and II

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resented with the choice between retiring and pursuing a second career, most would choose to jump in to a carefree lifestyle. Not so Sonny and Carrie Nivens, owners of Carahills I and II and winners of Fayette County’s 2010 Outstanding Small Business of the Year award. The Nivenses traded in their nest egg and dream home for an uncertain but grand vision: to build a beautiful country home that would accommodate brides and their families, providing them with a beautiful, affordable and stress-free wedding venue. But where do you build a country home, one that will satisfy choosy brides for whom not just any place will do? You build it in Fayette County, decided Sonny and Carrie. Complete with vibrant vistas, a business-friendly community, affordable tax rate, reasonable land costs and proximity to Memphis, Fayette County was the perfect location for Sonny and Carrie to build Carahills Estate, “the Vision.”

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Excellence in Business and Carrie’s adult children’s business savvy and experience, honed by their parents’ tutelage, ensure a seamless transition of ownership when Sonny and Carrie finally do retire. That way, a new generation of brides and their families can enjoy the same, fine attention to detail that Sonny and Carrie have provided their customers for the last 16 years. After earning much praise and distinction from customers and critics alike, Sonny and Carrie still say the most rewarding part of their grand vision is not acclaim or awards but simply passing on their business to their children.

Contact Information Carahills I

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Then, in 2008, during a time when most other businesses were downsizing, Sonny and Carrie expanded. They renamed Carahills Estate Carahills I, and added a second venue, Carahills II, the Manor. Because of the success and popularity of Carahills I, Sonny and Carrie chose Fayette County once again, making it Carahills II’s home as well. After 13 years in business in Fayette County, both Carahills I and II have earned distinction

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throughout the mid-South as ideal locales for weddings. The Nivens are happy to report that, combined, Carahills I and II provide approximately 150 amazing weddings and events, yearly, contributing sales tax dollars and other monies to the Fayette County economy instead of Shelby County or other counties near Memphis. Sonny and Carrie have designs on making their family-owned and -operated business a lasting legacy for generations to come. Sonny

13880 Tennessee 196 Eads, TN 38028 Phone: 901-861-2133

Carahills II

1960 Highway 70 Gallaway, TN 38036 Phone: 901-861-2133 www.carahills.com


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Small Business of the Year 2011: Print Solutions / Fayette County Shop Local Magazine

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“It is all about the community and striving to stick together.”

Contact Information Print Solutions

101 Kay Drive Somerville, TN 38086 Phone: 901-466-0035 http://myprintsolutions.net www.fayettecountychamber.net

he owner of Fayette County’s 2011 Small Business of the Year has a simple approach to growing her business: give each customer the same superior service. Teresa Pentz, the owner of Print Solutions, says this approach makes them unique. “Print Solutions cares about all of its customers,” Pentz said. “We give a $25 business card order the same attention we do a $25,000 project — because $25 to a small business is the same as $25,000 to a big corporation. “We tend to ‘spoil’ our customers,” she added. “Let’s face it: Everyone wants to feel special, and we believe every one of our customers is special.” A seasoned 34-year veteran of the print industry, Pentz decided to venture out on her own in August 1995 so she could stay home with her children, who were small at the time. It was an exciting time for her, one full of joy and promise. “At first, the period when I was juggling being a stay-at-home mom and a businesswoman was the perfect life. My youngest daughter would skate around the house as I worked.” However, demand grew so quickly that she only got to stay home for two years and had to hire employees and add more equipment to keep pace with demand. As demand increased, Print Solutions evolved from a standard digital and offset printer to a print shop with a publishing division that today includes two Shop Local magazines serving Fayette County and the Arlington-Lakeland area. Both Shop Local editions were an outgrowth of Print Solutions’ recognition that their small business customers needed to reach local people. Most of Print Solutions’ customers could not afford to do their own direct mail advertising, so Print Solutions came up with the idea of only featuring local businesses in a locally distributed magazine. Pentz says that this fresh approach made direct mail affordable to almost any small business, and ever since then business has taken off. “The idea caught on so well that we were contacted by a neighboring chamber of commerce in Arlington, Tenn., last year and were asked to start a similar publication for their area. Now we have two magazines.”  However, the business picture was not always so rosy; it took sheer determination to persevere during a fragile economy. Many of Pentz’s friends in the industry went out of business or lost their businesses, but Print Solutions stayed ahead and stayed strong, keeping current with the digital age and continuing to offer printing on demand and variable data print options. “We were able to stay afloat during the recession because we didn’t give up!” Pentz said emphatically. “We listen to our customers and their needs and continue to offer affordable, superior products. Also, everyone that works at Print Solutions is unique. And because of them, we stayed afloat.” Her business model for her Shop Local publications has permeated into her philosophy about community.

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Citizen of the Year

Citizen of the Year 2011: Nancy Leggett

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harlotte Karcher leads such a boring life … at least that’s the way she tells it. But if being vice chairman of two community organizations, an integral part of a church, a graduate of two leadership programs, and coach of Fayette Academy’s cheerleading team since 1989 — just to name a few of her “hats” — is what the 2010 John S. Wilder Citizen of the Year calls boring, then the rest of us must be asleep. Karcher says her mom instilled in her the desire to get involved in others’ lives, and her faith has brought that desire to fruition. “My mother was always helping others in the community when they needed help. She provided for any and every need. I think we, too, are all obligated to serve. Part of our Christian heritage is to be a servant.” C.S. Lewis once said, “Humility is not thinking less of ourselves, just thinking of ourselves less.” This truth is not lost on Karcher. She has embraced the acclaim she has received as a coach and citizen humbly; she values the awards not as a greater opportunity to enjoy the limelight, but as validation that she is making a marked difference in other’s lives. More than anything, she loves helping young people. “I enjoy working with young people because they are our future. They will eventually be the ones taking care of us. If we don’t do a good job, we can’t expect good results, and we won’t have failed just them, but also ourselves.” Karcher, for one, does not plan on falling asleep on the job.

n a culture that prizes self-promotion and personal entitlement, enter Nancy Leggett, a throwback to an earlier time when being serviceminded meant helping others for the greater good, not necessarily for one’s greater gain. Leggett has certainly achieved personal success. As an afterthought, she mentions that she was once the director of radiology at Saint Francis Hospital and enjoys traveling to golf tournaments like the Ryder Cup and PGA Championship. If she chose, she could rest on her laurels, but she does not — far from it. Instead, Leggett, beloved by and loving the Fayette County community, helped start the Moscow Pantry with four other Sunday school members, simply because they saw a need. Starting with one client in February 2005, the pantry now serves almost 250 monthly. When Chamber President Julie Perrine presented Leggett with the 2011 John S. Wilder Citizen of the Year award, she quoted Scripture, because it sums up Leggett best: She feeds the hungry, provides drink for the thirsty, invites strangers into her company, clothes those in need of clothing, and visits those impacted by prison. With all this praise, Leggett simply defers, “The pantry was totally a God thing. It wasn’t something we did. He encouraged us and provided.” Still, He needs people with hands to serve and resources to support the 100 percent donation-dependent pantry, which still serves just a fraction of the 4,900 underserved in Fayette County. Those interested in making a donation can send mail to MCFP, P.O. Box 246, Moscow TN 38057 or contact Nancy Leggett directly at 901-877-3263 or 901-877-3185.


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ayette County has an enduring tradition of reaching higher. Somerville has developed a network of ways for residents to improve themselves and their job skills with programs provided locally by a variety of regional institutions. But now the town has developed a plan to strengthen opportunities in higher education by consolidating them in a splendid way: the Fayette County Higher Educational Center. City Administrator Austin H. Edmondson Jr. says the two-level, 26,000-square-foot facility will house a variety of liberal arts, professional and technical programs, serving as a launching point for college degrees and a rung in the ladder to achieve career success. “The intent of the facility is not only to provide the standard college courses that you can use to achieve an associate degree, bachelor’s and ultimately master’s degrees; we’re also gearing the facility to be flexible enough to where area employers can train their employees as well. And it can give them whatever they need to be productive here in Fayette County,” Edmondson said. Schools that can make themselves at home in the center include:

College Campus Comes to Town • The University of Tennessee at Martin, with five locations throughout West Tennessee, boasts the highest graduation rate of any public institution in Middle or West Tennessee. UT Martin offers top-rated agriculture, engineering and nursing programs, and as a member of the University of Tennessee System, is recognized as the only “Best Value” public higher education institution in Middle and West Tennessee by The Princeton Review. • Southwest Tennessee Community College, a comprehensive, multicultural, public, open-access college that offers a broad range of learning opportunities in technical, career, general, transfer, developmental and continuing education. • The University of Memphis, a public university with more than 23,000 students that is the state’s flagship public university. • The Tennessee Technology Center at Whiteville, which offers programs in business systems technology, practical nursing, industrial and computer electronics, HVAC/refrigeration, automotive technology, machine shop/welding, drafting and CAD technology, technology foundations, and adult basic education.

The 7-acre site will offer a bucolic backdrop for a “green” building. “While we are not going to apply for LEED [Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design] certification, the building will be designed with as much energy conservation

and best practices as we can put forward on it,” Edmondson said. City leaders are clear that the center’s impact will be far-reaching. “The Fayette County Higher Educational Center will bring the needed training and education to enhance our great location. The investment in education will not only bring our workforce to the level that businesses need, but the facility itself will attract and spur investment throughout Fayette County,” stated Fayette County Mayor Rhea “Skip” Taylor, according to Southwest Tennessee Community College’s Southwest Scoop. “The long-term benefits of the new Fayette County Higher Educational Center are to provide this community the option to attend a postsecondary institution without traveling outside the county, provide for future and current economic development, and increase opportunities for a better educated workforce. The educational institutions will work closely to provide corporate training for employees of business and industry that locate within the $40 million State Industrial Mega Site, and other existing business and industry,” said Southwest’s Executive Director of Community and Corporate Relations Russell Shelton, as reported by Scoop. Somerville is pursuing funding to offset costs of the $5 million center. “We will be applying to the EDA [Economic Development Administration] agency for grant funding,” Edmondson said, adding that private fundraisers have also been held.

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ethodist Fayette Hospital, located in rural Fayette County, Tenn., continually strives to provide the community with outstanding health care services. The 46-bed hospital provides its patients with the comprehensive care found in metropolitan cities without the travel to a metropolitan area. Methodist Fayette is proud to have Dr. Roger McGee, a general surgeon who provides exceptional and compassionate care through a variety of minimally invasive and general surgery procedures, conveniently located inside the hospital. His broad-based surgical practice includes colon cancer screening and surgical management, hernia repair, treatment of gallbladder disease, and surgical management of skin cancer. He also

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performs head and neck procedures, including thyroid and parathyroid. Dr. McGee accepts most insurances and works with the Tennessee Breast and Cervical Cancer program to make sure that all women who are uninsured or underinsured are treated at no charge to them for suspicion of these cancers. Methodist Fayette is the latest facility in the Methodist Le Bonheur Healthcare system to implement CPOE/eMAR (Computerized Physician Order Entry/Electronic Medication Administration Record). An electronic medical record (EMR) is a computerized version of a paper medical record and will include all of the information that is important to managing patient care — medical history, allergies, test results, vital

signs and more. CPOE allows physicians to enter orders electronically, decreasing the ambiguity of paper orders, which can be difficult to read. Turnaround time for processing medication, lab and other types of orders also decreases. Methodist Fayette is committed to providing quality care to the community by investing in new technology, hiring top physicians and performing on a high clinical level.

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op-notch health care for everyday illness and chronic health conditions in adolescents and adults 12 and older is available at Oakland Primary Care, led by Dr. DeAnna Elsea, who is board-certified in internal medicine. Named the Best Physician in the Oakland Area three years running (2010– 2012) by readers of Oakland News, Elsea has a patient-centered philosophy. “I believe in treating the whole person in a compassionate manner,” she said. “I try to keep as much care centered at the primary care office as possible.” Services at Oakland Primary Care include sports physicals, DOT exams, and mammograms and pap smears. In-house X-ray services are also available. Additionally, Elsea has special interest and experience in treating the chronic health conditions of diabetes, hypertension, high cholesterol, thyroid problems, asthma and rheumatology. With two certified family nurse practitioners on staff, Oakland Primary Care is able to treat patients — including walk-ins, who are welcome — with expert care and minimal wait times. Patient records are maintained electronically, and an online patient portal allows patients to request appointments or information and to access their medical records directly. E-scribe prescriptions are transmitted directly to patient pharmacies, ensuring accurate, convenient service. Dr. Elsea is affiliated with Methodist Fayette Hospital and was named assistant chief of staff in 2010.

Contact Information 7243 Highway 64, Oakland 901-465-2227 https://oaklandmed.secure-sage.com

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Monday, Thursday: 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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Important Phone Numbers

Important Phone Numbers

Thank You for Know Who to Call Your Support

Area code is 901 unless otherwise indicated. Office Name

Contact Person

911 Office

Carol Ann Feathers

Description

466-3960

Advertiser...................................... Page Number

465-5233

Alpha Omega Bail Bonding Company.......................3

466-7007

AT&T........................................................................12

465-2755

Better Business Bureau............................................9

Board Of Education

James Teague

Superintendent

465-5260

Career Center Chamber Of Commerce Fayette County

Molly Mccarley

Unemployment, Job Search, Job Training

466-7656

Carahills I & II..........................................................21

Julie Perrine

Economic Development, Small Business, Industrial

465-8690

Chancery Court Clerk Vip Lewis

Records On Divorce, Taxes, Probate Estates, Guardianship, Adoptions

465-5219

Circuit Court Clerk Ed Pulliam

Grand Jury, Jury Duty, Criminal & Civil Proceedings

465-5205

Coilmaster Corporation...........................................22

Senior Services & Activities

465-3554

Collierville First Baptist Church................................1

Commission On Aging County Attorney

Deborah Norton

Ricky Rosser

Vehicle Tags, Business, Notary, Marriage, Hunting, Fishing, Boat License & Taxes, Child Support, Beer & Alcohol Permit Applications

County Court Clerk Sue Culver County Mayor’s Office

Mayor Rhea Taylor

District Attorney

Mike Dunavant Building Permits, Building Inspector, Zoning & Planning & Development Office John Pitner Subdivision Regulations, Long-Range Planning

465-5624

Courtyard by Marriottt.............................................10 Dandridge Equipment Inc.......................................19

465-5202

Farm Bureau Insurance Tennessee........................10

465-7351

Fayette Academy....................................................22

465-5250 465-6576

Driver’s License Station

Whiteville

(731) 254-2253

Fayette County Airport............................................11 First United Methodist Church................................25

465-5223

Fitzgerald Piano Service.........................................11

Bobby Martin

465-5239

Hardeman-Fayette Utility District.............................5

Jerry Ray

466-7130

Election Commission

Jamie Jenkins

Emergency Management

ButCh Rhea

Forestry General Sessions

The City of Piperton................................................17

465-5213

Oakland

Fayette Falcon Newspaper

Carlton’s On the Square..........................................10 Chickasaw Electric Cooperative...............................9

Driver’s License Station

Fayette County Fire Department

Ed Pulliam

Health Department Kevin Morris

Fayette County Chamber of Commerce

Phone Number

Agriculture Extension Office Jeff Via Instruction, Fuel, Hangar/Aircraft Rental, Airport - Kfye Maintenance, Tie Down Ambulance Department Sam Mcknight

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Index of Advertisers

Voter Registration

Living Hope Church.................................................27

Advertising, News Publications

465-3567

Burn Permits

465-7349

Longtown Gin..........................................................11

Tickets, Arrest Warrants, Judgments, Protection Orders

465-5207

Methodist Healthcare - Fayette Hospital..................2

WIC, Immunizations, Family Planning, Well Child Exams, STD

465-5243

NHC HealthCare......................................................27

Jail

465-5247

Oakland Primary Care.................Outside Back Cover

Juvenile Court

Mike French

465-5216

Juvenile Court

Judge Mike Whitaker

465-5210

Powers & Son Jewelers............................................3

Juvenile Court

Dana Howcroft

465-5285

Library Laura Winfrey Livestock Sale Barn

RE/MAX on Track – Lola Putt & Laurie Scott............7 SomerOak Senior Living Community......................26

Research Resources, Genealogical, Public Internet Access

465-5248

Sale Every Tuesday Morning

465-9676

Somerville Animal Hospital.....................................25

Property Assessor

Mark Ward

465-5226

Somerville Insurance Agency.................................26

Public Works

Jim Smith

Issues Regarding County Roads & Right Of Ways

465-5222

Register

Ed Pattat

Records On Deeds, Property Transfer, Mortgages, Liens

465-5251

Southwest Tennessee Community College............20

Law Enforcement, 911 Calls, Animal Control, Emergency Rescue Services

465-3456

Sheriff Bobby Riles

Sheriff’s Garage

465-5274

Solid Waste

Recycling, Landfill County Treasurer, County/Personal Property Taxes, AnImal Registration Fees

465-5230

Robert Johnson

Veteran’s Benefits

465-5256

Barrett Rich

barrett@barrettrich.com

828-3637

Dolores Gresham

sen.dolores.gresham@capitol.tn.gov

Charles Traylor Trustee Barbra Parker Veteran’s Service State Representative Senator

City Official Information may be found on City pages

465-5224

(615) 741-2368

Stabilit America, Inc..................................................3 State Farm Insurance – Dartha L. Parker, Agent...........................................22 Super Drugs............................................................11 Town of Oakland.....................................................16 Wolf River Cafe............................. Inside Front Cover


Membership Directory

Membership Directory Please Support Our Chamber Members Fayette County/UT Agriculture Extension Office

Jeff Via, Tonya Ashworth Sherri Morris Katy Bridges P.O. Box 8 302-B Midland Somerville TN 38068 (901) 465-5233.... Fax: (901) 465-1757 jvia@utk.edu http://fayette.tennessee.edu

Willowood USA

Chris Dilliard Brian Heinzc 5205 McKinstry Road Moscow TN 38057 (901) 734-7339.... Fax: (541) 679-4650 chrisd@willowoodusa.com http://ww w.willowood.com

Agriculture

Dandridge Equipment, Inc.

Cathey Dandridge JoAnn Dandridge Mike Cottam 11495 Hwy 64 Somerville TN 38068 (901) 465-9811.... Fax: (901) 465-9869 johndeere@dandridgeequipment.com http://ww w.dandridgeequipment.com

Longtown Gin & Warehouse

Shelton Wilder 250 Longtown Rd. Mason TN 38049 (901) 594-5101.... Fax: (901) 594-5281

Oak Grove Gin & Warehouse

Winfred Moore Jr. 1605 Hwy 222 Somerville TN 38068 (901) 465-3509.... Fax: (901) 465-9688 oakgrovegin_wh@bellsouth.net

Somerville Farm Supply

David, Boswell P O Box 727 17085 Hwy 64 Somerville TN 38068 (901) 465-2844.... Fax: (901) 465-6812

Somerville Livestock Sales

Don Terry Denise Taylor P.O. Box 382 270 Enterprise Dr. Somerville TN 38068 (901)465-9679...... Fax: (901)465-8902 somervillelivestockmarket@ worldnet.att.net

Willie German Equipment Company Inc

Jeremy German Billy Meyer Rani Mullins P.O. Box 939 17760 Hwy 64 Somerville TN 38068 (901) 465-3573.... Fax: (901) 466-0731 ssprayberry@wgermanequip.com http://ww w.germaneq.com

Air Freshener

Good ‘’Scents’’ Company Wendell Forester P O Box 417 Ellendale TN 38029 (901) 854-0799

Airport

Fayette County Municipal Airport (KFYE)

Mark, Fidler 1075 Airport Rd. Somerville TN 38068 (901) 466-7007.... Fax: (901) 466-7011 kfyeairport@hughes.net

Animal Rescue

Fayette County Animal Rescue

Laurie Gina, Thweatt P.O. Box 44 Rossville TN 38066 (901) 854-2565.... Fax: (901) 854-2202 fayettefcar@hotmail.com http://ww w.fayettefcar.com

Antiques, Collectibles

The Rusty Propeller

Jessica Bushon 60 Front Street Rossville TN 38066 (901) 854-2380 jessica@therustypropeller.com http://therustypropeller.com

Appraisal Service

Statewide Appraisal

Michael Orman 2989 Elmore Park Rd. Bartlett TN 38134 (901) 382-2700.... Fax: (901) 373-6879 orders@statewideappraisalservice.com http://ww w.appraisalsusa.com

Assisted Living

SomerOak Senior Living Community

Sandra Palmer 10790 Highway 64W Somerville TN 38068 (901) 466-2076 sspalmer1@comcast.net http://ww w.someroakseniorliving.com

Attorney

Matt Hooper

Matt Hooper P.O. Box 521 Somerville TN 38068 hooperjustice@gmail.com

Saunders & Archer

Lee Saunders 108 E. Court Square Somerville TN 38068 (901) 465-3616 Fax: (901) 465-6086 lsaunders@wildersaunders.com

Ward Williams, PLLC

Jeff Ward MeLisa Williams Terry Dycus 16980 Hwy 64 - Suite A Somerville TN 38068 (901)465-2622...... Fax: (901)813-8336 jward@wardwilliamslaw.com http://ww w.wardwilliamslaw.com

Automotive

Cordova Automotive

6715 Hwy 64 Oakland TN 38060 (901) 465-4842.... Fax: (901) 465-4843 laljundi@yahoo.com http://cordovaautomotive.com

Somerville Auto Sales & Service Inc. Justin German P.O. Box 393 17275 Hwy 64 Somerville TN 38068 (901) 465-3641 Fax: (901) 465-0137

Banks

BancorpSouth

David Whittenton P.O. Box 429 16225 Hwy. 64 Somerville TN 38068 (901) 465-4201.... Fax: (901) 465-3638 david.whitenton@bxs.com http://ww w.bancorpsouth.com

Clayton Bank & Trust - Oakland

Jennifer, Clayton Rachel Culver 6280 Highway 64 Oakland TN 38060 (901) 465-4211.... Fax: (901) 465-6528 Oakland.Mail@AmericanCityBank.com http://ww w.claytonbank.com

Clayton Bank & Trust - Somerville

Rachel Culver Alesha Hubbard Bill Menkel 16814 Hwy. 64 Somerville TN 38068 (901) 466-9100.... Fax: (901) 466-9109 Oakland.Mail@ClaytonBank.com http://ww w.claytonbank.com

First Alliance Bank

John Luke Carla Swindoll 5960 Hwy 64 Oakland TN 38060 (901) 465-0060.... Fax: (901) 465-0460 cswindoll@fabtn.com http://ww w.fabtn.com

Somerville Bank & Trust Co

John David Douglas Cindy Alford Jim King P.O. Box 879 16790 Hwy. 64 Somerville TN 38068 (901) 465-9864.... Fax: (901) 465-9886 calford@somervillebank.com http://ww w.somervillebank.com

Bird Dog Field Trials

Ames Plantation

DR. R. J. Carlisle P.O. Box 389 4275 Buford Ellington Road Grand Junction TN 38039 (901) 878-1067.... Fax: (901) 878-1068 rcarlisle@amesplantation.org http://ww w.amesplantation.org

Bird Dog Museum

Bird Dog Foundation, Inc.

David Smith P.O. Box 774 505 W. Hwy 57 Grand Junction TN 38039 (731) 764-2058.... Fax: (731) 764-3004 dogman51@bellsouth.net http://ww w.birddogfoundation.com

Board of Education

Fayette County Board of Education

James Teague Brenda Tate Stella Minor 126 W. Market St. Somerville, TN 38068 (901) 465-5260.... Fax: (901) 465-5431 ww w.fcsk12.net

Builder Association Bail Bonds

Alpha Omega Bonding Company

Jawanna Terry 17805 Hwy 64 Somerville TN 38068 (901) 465-0400 jawannaterry@yahoo.com

Fayette County Home Builders Associaton

Robin Terry 7990 Trinity - Suite 110 Cordova TN 38018 (901) 756-4500.... Fax: (901) 755-1650 rterry@mahba.com http://ww w.mahba.com

Building and Construction

Building & Construction

ANA Development, G.P.

Gibson Paving Inc.

D & G Contractors, Inc.

Jerry Culver’s Plumbing & Septic Co., LLC

Tom Wilson 8924 Calumet Cove Germantown TN 38138 (901) 748-0109.... Fax: (901) 748-1360 tpwilson@midsouth.rr.com Carlton Defoor Arthur Ray Glover 14905 Hwy. 64 Somerville TN 38068 (901) 465-4566.... Fax: (901) 465-4564

Deviney Construction Company, Inc

Kristen Graves 1059 Deviney Drive Raymond MS 39154 (601) 372-3121.... Fax: (601) 372-8611 kristengraves@deviney.com http://ww w.deviney.com

Fayette County Home Builders Associaton

Robin Terry 7990 Trinity - Suite 110 Cordova TN 38018 (901) 756-4500.... Fax: (901) 755-1650 rterry@mahba.com http://ww w.mahba.com

Fayette Lumber Company

Bill, Holt 318 Midland St Somerville TN 38068 (901) 813-8462.... Fax: (901) 813-8469 FayetteLumber@gmail.com

Harrell Homebuilders, LLC.

Bubba Harrell P O Box 1479 Collierville TN 38027 (901) 853-3030.... Fax: (901) 853-2062 harrellhomebuildersllc@yahoo.com

Magnolia Homes

Karen Garner 3023 Centre Oak Way, Ste 101 Germantown TN 38138 (901) 755-4258.... Fax: (901) 758-8356 karen@magnoliahomesinc.com http://magnoliahomesinc.com

James Gibson 10056 Hwy. 70 Lakeland TN 38002 (901) 867-8274.... Fax: (901) 867-8248 gibsonpavinginc@bellsouth.net

Jerry Culver 75 Culver Way Somerville TN 38068 (901) 465-8185.... Fax: (901) 465-2506

Tatums Plumbing, LLC

Charles Tatum Donald Tatum 225 Black Ankle Drive Oakland TN 38060 (901) 287-9413 SusanandDonald@yahoo.com

Wilson Well Co Inc

Rodney Wilson 8050 Whiteville-New Castle Whiteville TN 38075 (731) 254-8150.... Fax: (731) 254-8712 rodney@wilsonwell.com http://ww w.wilsonwell.com

Business Complaints

Better Business Bureau of the Mid-South, Inc.

Nancy Crawford Randall Hutchinson 3693 Tyndale Dr Memphis TN 38125 (901) 759-1300..... Fax: (901)757-2997 info@bbbmidsouth.org http://ww w.midsouth.bbb.org

Business Resources

TSBDC (Tennessee Small Business Development Center)

David Doyle 737 Union Ave. Memphis TN 38103 (901) 333-5085.... Fax: (901) 333-5698 jpalmer@tsbdc.org http://ww w.tsbdc.org

Regency Homebuilders, LLC

Jere Bowden Sean Carlson 65 Water Oak Circle Eads TN 38028 (901) 867-5287.... Fax: (901) 867-5307 Julia@NewRegencyHomes.com

RusDun Farms, Inc.

Mike Russell 2295 Hwy 57 E. Collierville TN 38017 (901) 853-0931.... Fax: (901) 853-0387 rdeggs@bellsouth.net

Building and Constructon

Logan Septic & Portable Toilet Rental

Ronnie, Logan 105 N West ST Somerville TN 38068 (901) 465-1332.... Fax: (901) 465-8648

MMC Materials, Inc.

Scott Craft 380 Pierce Rd Oakland TN 38060 (901) 466-0918.... Fax: (662) 393-7323 scraft@mmcmaterials.com http://ww w.mmcmaterials.com

Southern Concrete Products

Herron Odle 200 Pierce R. Oakland TN 38060 (901)465-6611...... Fax: (901)465-6605 southernconcreteproducts@gmail.com

Camp and Retreat Centers

Pinecrest Conference & Retreat Center

Carmen Simmons PO Box 36 21430 Hwy 57 LaGrange TN 38046 (901) 878-1247.... Fax: (901) 878-1104 pinecrestrc@wildblue.net http://camppinecrest.org

Career Training

Fayette County Career Center

Molly McCarley 121 West Court Square Somerville TN 38068 (901) 466-7656.... Fax: (901) 466-1826 mmccarley@netzero.net http://ww w.fayettecareercenter.org/

Catering

Heartwood Hall

Denise Suthoff 2665 Raleigh LaGrange Drive Piperton TN 38066 (901)854-2294..... Fax: (901) 854-2239 dsuthoff@comcast.net http://ww w.heartwoodhall.com

Loven Fresh Smoke House Barbecue Chris McKnight 10 Center Oak Cove Oakland TN 38060 (901) 465-6568

Main Street Eatery, The Patricia Bowling Yager 13075 N. Main St. Somerville TN 38068 (901)465-0065 pbyjly@cs.com

Chamber of Commerce

Fayette County Chamber of Commerce

Julie Perrine Theo Terry P O Box 411 13145 N. Main St. Somerville TN 38068 (901) 465-8690.... Fax: (901) 465-6497 info@fayettecountychamber.com http://ww w.fayettecountychamber.com

Child Care

LaGoshen Childcare Learning Center

Mary Carroll P O Box 386 7920 Hwy 57 Rossville TN 38066 (901) 853-8300.... Fax: (901) 853-2123 marypearson@bellsouth.net

Church - Baptist

Collierville First Baptist Church

Assoc. Pastor Tim Spencer 830 New Byhalia Road Collierville TN 38017 (901) 853-2668.... Fax: (901) 854-6975 tspencer@fbccoll.org http://ww w.CFBCOnline.com

Mt. Olive Baptist Church

Tina Glover Cindy Morgan Novalynn Pullium 2025 Jernigan Drive Somerville TN 38068 (901) 465-6053 mt.olivebaptistchurch@aol.com

Oakland First Baptist Church

Alan Smith P.O. Box 268 8695 Hwy 64 Oakland TN 38060 (901) 465-9346.... Fax: (901) 465-8186 asmith@oaklandfirstbaptist.org http://ww w.oaklandfirstbaptist.org

Church - Methodist

Somerville First United Methodist Church

Reverend James L. Kendrick 202 S. East Street Somerville TN 38068 (901) 465-4100.... Fax: (901) 465-1411 somervilleumc@bellsouth.net http://ww w.somervilleumc.org

Cleaning

Fayette Janitorial Service

Michelle Burns Karen Gaugh 7120 Hwy 76 P.O. Box 866 Somerville TN 38068 (901) 465-1529.... Fax: (901) 465-1813 Kvogt@fayettejanitorialservice.com http://ww w.fayettejanitorialservice.com

Clothing, Boots

Boondocks Western Store

Kevin, Hays 16295 Hwy 64 Somerville TN 38068 (901) 465-0092 boondockswestern@att.net http://ww w.boondockswestern.com

www.fayettecountychamber.net

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Membership Directory Clubs

Somerville Country Club Rodney Parks 440 Beech Loop Somerville TN 38068 (901) 465-8111 scclub@comcast.net

Oak Grove Gin & Warehouse

Winfred Moore Jr. 1605 Hwy 222 Somerville TN 38068 (901) 465-3509.... Fax: (901) 465-9688 oakgrovegin_wh@bellsouth.net

County College

TN Technology Center @ Whiteville

Carolyn Beverly P.O. Box 489 1685 Hwy 64 Whiteville TN 38075 (731) 254-8521.... Fax: (731) 254-9558 Carolyn.beverly@ttcwhiteville.edu http://ww w.ttcwhiteville.edu

College, Industry, Career Training

Southwest Tennessee Community College

Dr. Nathan, Essex Mary, Hutchins Russell Shelton Ron Wells Macon Cv Campus 5983 Macon Cv Memphis TN 38134 (901) 333-4200.... Fax: (901) 333-4645 rwells@southwest.tn.edu http://ww w.southwest.tn.edu

Commercial, Interior, Exterior, Museums

Fayette County Government

Mayor Rhea Taylor P.O. Box 218 Somerville TN 38068 (901) 465-5202.... Fax: (901) 465-5229 rtaylor@fayettetn.us http://ww w.fayettetn.com

Will Fussell Betty Thompson Lindsey Burch Pat Shankle Jennifer, Wilson PO Box 476 6685 Hwy 64 Oakland TN 38060 (901) 465-4212 Fax: (901) 465-8639 info@theinsuranceagency.co http://ww w.henryandcompanyinc. com/

Community Association

Somerville Moose Lodge #2206 Mike Allison Randy, Baker P.O. Box 266 950 Moose Lodge Road Somerville TN 38068 (901) 465-9691 sommoose@bellsouth.net

Computer Technology

Fayette County Chamber of Commerce

Pyx Solutions

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Terry, Glasscock Pat Swan Todd Via 5674 Cleaves Cir. Ste# 103 Arlington TN 38002 (901) 867-3253 Fax: (901) 592-0132 terryglasscock@pyxsolutions.com http://ww w.pyxsolutions.com

Contract Packaging

Memphis Contract Packaging Inc.

Shannon Williams Billy Hoard Janet Wright P.O. Box 160 95 Ball Park Rd. Somerville TN 38068 (901) 465-5502.... Fax: (901) 465-5512 bhoard@mcpsoftee.com

Cotton Processors

Longtown Gin & Warehouse

Shelton Wilder 250 Longtown Rd. Mason TN 38049 (901) 594-5101.... Fax: (901) 594-5281

U S Senator Bob Corker

Nick Kistenmacher - Field Rep 100 Peabody Place Suite 1125 Memphis TN 38103 (901) 683-1910.... Fax: (901) 575-3528 nick_kistenmacher@corker.senate.gov http://ww w.corker.senate.gov/public

U S Senator Lamar Alexander

Lora Jobe - Field Rep 167 N. Main St., Ste 1068 Memphis TN 38103 (901) 544-4224.... Fax: (901) 544-4227 lora_jobe@alexander.senate.gov http://ww w.alexander.senate.gov

Coilmaster Corporation

James, German John German Aron Harrington Lurwin Coomer Regina Orlich 440 Industrial Dr. Moscow TN 38057 (901) 877-3333.... Fax: (901) 877-3335 jim@coilmastercorp.com http://ww w.coilmastercorp.com

Dental

John Cima, DDS

John Cima, DDS 13190 N. Main Somerville TN 38068 (901) 465-3050

SIC Project Management Fayette County Board of Education

James Teague Brenda Tate Stella Minor 126 W. Market St. Somerville, TN 38068 Phone: (901) 465-5260 Fax: (901) 465-5431 www.fcsk12.net

Fayette Literacy

Nancy Johnson 211 West Market Street Somerville TN 38068 (901) 813-8126 director@fayetteliteracy.org http://ww w.fayetteliteracy.org

Fayette Ware Comprehensive High School

Middlecoff Dental Group, PLLC

Dr. Will & Katie Middlecoff 306 East St. Somerville TN 38068 (901) 466-0501 Fax: (901) 466-1130 WJM@midsouth.rr.com http:// www.middlecoffdentalgroup.com Dentistry for children and adults. Preventive and diagnostic (including digital x-rays), root canals, extractions, crowns, bridges, dentures and cosmetic treatments. New patients and Walk-Ins Welcome! “Gentle Dentistry for Genuinely Beautiful Smiles”

Somerville Dental Associates

J Caldwell Cheryl, Feathers Barbara Mays P O Box 417 305 Lake Dr. Somerville TN 38068 (901) 465-2714.... Fax: (901) 465-6266 bmays@bartlettdentalassociates.com http://ww w.somervilledentalassociates. com

Economic Development

TN ECD

Ted Townsend Melissa Raynor 170 N. Main St. Memphis TN 38103 (901) 543-6733 ted.townsend@tn.gov http://tn.gov/ecd

Economic DevelopmentSmall Business, Industry

Fayette County Chamber of Commerce

Julie Perrine Theo Terry P O Box 411 13145 N. Main St. Somerville TN 38068 (901) 465-8690.... Fax: (901) 465-6497 info@fayettecountychamber.com http://ww w.fayettecountychamber.com

Farm, Livestock

Somerville Livestock Sales

Don Terry Denise Taylor P.O. Box 382 270 Enterprise Dr. Somerville TN 38068 (901)465-9679...... Fax: (901)465-8902 somervillelivestockmarket@ worldnet.att.net

Farm & Residential Development

RusDun Farms, Inc. Engineering

Tony, White (901) 262-7153 whitegraphic@earthlink.net

Commercial & Personal

Donna Burrus Charlotte Karcher P.O. Box 130 15090 Hwy. 64 Somerville TN 38068 (901) 465-8655.... Fax: (901) 465-2141 ckarcher@fayetteacademy.com http://ww w.fayetteacademy.com

Custom coils & Condensers

White Graphics

The Investment Center & The Insurance Agency

Education

Fayette Academy

Jennifer Donald Sylvester King P.O. Box 849 Somerville TN 38068 (901) 465-9837.... Fax: (901) 465-9810 kings@mail.fayette.k12.tn.us

Rossville Christian Academy

Mike Coggins 280 High Street Rossville TN 38066 (901) 853-0200.... Fax: (901) 854-4344 mcoggins@rossvillechristian.com http://ww w.rossvillechristian.com

Southwest Tennessee Community College

Dr. Nathan, Essex Mary, Hutchins Russell Shelton Ron Wells Macon Cv Campus 5983 Macon Cv Memphis TN 38134 (901) 333-4200.... Fax: (901) 333-4645 rwells@southwest.tn.edu http://ww w.southwest.tn.edu

TN Technology Center @ Whiteville

Carolyn Beverly P.O. Box 489 1685 Hwy 64 Whiteville TN 38075 (731) 254-8521.... Fax: (731) 254-9558 Carolyn.beverly@ttcwhiteville.edu http://ww w.ttcwhiteville.edu

Elected Officials

Congressman Stephen Fincher

Stephen Fincher 117 North Liberty Street Jackson TN 38301 (731) 423-4848... Fax:  (731) 427-1537

Ed Allen

Ed Allen 155 Black Ankle Oakland TN 38060 (901) 466-3602 ceafayette@bellsouth.net

Representative Barrett Rich Barrett Rich P.O. Box 505 Somerville TN 38068 (901) 828-3637 rep.barrett.rich@capitol.tn.gov

Senator Dolores Gresham Dolores Gresham P.O. Box 877 Somerville TN 38068 (901) 465-9433 drgresham@att.net http://doloresgresham.com

Shannon Cotter 1175 Hewlett Drive Rossville TN 38066 (901) 212-0912 sicmanagement@att.blackberry.net

Equipment-Industrial, Commercial & Ag

Fayette County Radiator Inc.

Richard McKinley 17115 Us. Hwy 64 Somerville TN 38068 (901) 466-0644.... Fax: (901) 466-0645 faycoradinc@att.net http://ww w.fayettecountyradiator.com

Family Practice

McKnight Clinic

Libby McKnight Debbie Norwood 25 Woodbridge Road Somerville TN 38068 (901) 465-6353.... Fax: (901) 465-5948 mcknightlibby@gmail.com http://mcknightclinic.net

Oakland Primary Care

Dr. Deanna, Elsea Cathy Lipsey 7243 U S Hwy 64 Oakland TN 38060 (901) 465-2227.... Fax: (901) 465-2102 elseadeanna@bellsouth.net

The Thrasher Clinic

Dr. Barton Thrasher Cristy Thrasher 214 Lakeview Dr, Ste 174 Somerville TN 38068 (901) 465-9955.... Fax: (901) 465-9945 willikar@methodisthealth.org

Farm, Education

Fayette County/ UT Agriculture Extension Office

Jeff Via Tonya Ashworth Sherri Morris Katy Bridges P.O. Box 8 302-B Midland Somerville TN 38068 (901) 465-5233.... Fax: (901) 465-1757 jvia@utk.edu http://fayette.tennessee.edu

Farm, Lawn and Garden Equipment

Dandridge Equipment, Inc.

Cathey Dandridge JoAnn Dandridge Mike Cottam 11495 Hwy 64 Somerville TN 38068 (901) 465-9811.... Fax: (901) 465-9869 johndeere@dandridgeequipment.com http://ww w.dandridgeequipment.com

Willie German Equipment Company Inc

Jeremy German Billy Meyer Rani Mullins P.O. Box 939 17760 Hwy 64 Somerville TN 38068 (901) 465-3573.... Fax: (901) 466-0731 ssprayberry@wgermanequip.com http://ww w.germaneq.com

Mike Russell 2295 Hwy 57 E. Collierville TN 38017 (901) 853-0931.... Fax: (901) 853-0387 rdeggs@bellsouth.net

Furniture, Groceries

Costco Wholesale

Cathey Brown Julia Daily 2431 Germantown Parkway Cordova TN 38016 (901) 246-0848.... Fax: (901) 214-0005 catheybrown04@yahoo.com http://ww w.costco.com

Gas Station and Food Mart

Somerville Quick Stop

Thomas Sasser 16850 Hwy. 64 Somerville TN 38068 (901) 465-4148.... Fax: (731) 658-3056

GED, Adult Education

Fayette Literacy Somerville Farm Supply

Nancy Johnson 211 West Market Street Somerville TN 38068 (901) 813-8126 director@fayetteliteracy.org http://ww w.fayetteliteracy.org

Tractor Supply Company

Carlton’s On The Square

Farm Supply David, Boswell P O Box 727 17085 Hwy 64 Somerville TN 38068 (901) 465-2844 Fax: (901) 465-6812

Josh Bond 50 Teague Store Rd. Somerville TN 38068 (901) 465-0141.... Fax: (901) 465-5409 str1589@tractorsupply.com http://ww w.tractorsupply.com

Gifts Judy Accardi 107 W. Court Square Somerville TN 38068 (901) 494-3704 Jeaccardi@comcast.net

Golf, Events Filters

Bear Onsite, LLC

Theo Terry Robin Terry P.O. Box 507 Somerville TN 38068 (901) 831-5155.... Fax: (877) 653-4583 theo.terry@bearonsite.com http://ww w.bearonsite.com

Somerville Country Club Rodney Parks 440 Beech Loop Somerville TN 38068 (901) 465-8111 scclub@comcast.net

Government

Fayette County Government Financial Services

MetLife Southern Financial Group-Tim Stanz Timothy Stanz 16600 Highway 64, Suite 106 P.O. Box 926 Somerville TN 38068 (901) 465-7729 tstanz@metlife.com http://ww w.msfg.metlife.com

Fitness Center

Fayette Curves

Laura Evans Maggie Powers 7027 Highway 64 Oakland TN 38060 (901) 813-8348 maggie@fayettecurves.com

Florist

Hometowne Flowers & Gifts

Tina Glover P.O. Box 154 114 E. Court Square Somerville TN 38068 (901) 813-8263 Fax: (901) 813-8279 hmtowneflowers@aol.com http://ww w. somervilletnhometownflowers.com

Myers Flower & Gift Shop

Martha Sanders 104 Kay Drive Somerville TN 38068 (901) 465-3674 flwrgrl848@teleflorist.com http://ww w.somervilleflowershop.com

Funeral Homes

Peebles Funeral Home

Tom Peebles Michael Tilghman P.O. Box 250 18020 Hwy. 64 Somerville TN 38068 (901) 465-3535.... Fax: (901) 465-3381 tgpeebles@aol.com

Mayor Rhea Taylor P.O. Box 218 Somerville TN 38068 (901) 465-5202.... Fax: (901) 465-5229 rtaylor@fayettetn.us http://ww w.fayettetn.com

Government Agency

Fayette County Career Center

Molly McCarley 121 West Court Square Somerville TN 38068 (901) 466-7656.... Fax: (901) 466-1826 mmccarley@netzero.net http://ww w.fayettecareercenter.org/

Memphis Area Association of Govt (MAAG) Pamela Marshall 8289 Cordova Road, Suite 103 Cordova TN 38016 (901) 729-2871 pmarshall@maagov.org http://maagov.org/

Tennessee Dept. of Health

Linda Jones Fayette County Health Dept. 90 Yum Yum Road Somerville TN 38068 (901) 465-5243.... Fax: (901) 465-5245

TN ECD

Ted Townsend Melissa Raynor 170 N. Main St. Memphis TN 38103 (901) 543-6733 ted.townsend@tn.gov http://tn.gov/ecd

TSBDC (Tennessee Small Business Development Center)

David Doyle 737 Union Ave. Memphis TN 38103 (901) 333-5085.... Fax: (901) 333-5698 jpalmer@tsbdc.org http://ww w.tsbdc.org


Membership Directory Joey Hays Jerry Jones 16240 Hwy 64 Somerville TN 38068 (731) 465-3967 jerryjones22@bellsouth.net

Hardware

Ace Hardware of Oakland

Ralph Peperone 7860 Hwy 64 Oakland TN 38060 (901) 466-0316.... Fax: (901) 466-0451 ACEOAKLAND@BELLSOUTH.NET http://ACEHARDWARE.COM

Health & Beauty

Fayette Curves

Laura Evans Maggie Powers 7027 Highway 64 Oakland TN 38060 (901) 813-8348 maggie@fayettecurves.com

Massage Back to Health Clinic Louise Maddox P.O. Box 2 14655 Hwy 194 Oakland TN 38060 (901) 466-1502 lmaddox60@midsouth.rr.com http://massagebacktohealth.com

SouthernRoots Salon

Abigail, Owen 14640 Hwy 194 Oakland TN 38060 (901) 465-3494 abowenowen@gmail.com

Health Education

West Tenn Area Health Education Center Shirley Kee P O Box 572 316 Midland St. Somerville TN 38068 (901) 465-6183 Fax: (901) 465-1256 skee2@bellsouth.net http://ww w.wtahec.org

Healthcare

Caris Healthcare, LP

Elizabeth Von Hofe Julie Branch Jeanette Buntyn Tom Davis Letty Green Marilyn Jones Olivia Kirby Karen Mundy Ginger Bernstein 17410 Highway 64 Somerville TN 38068 (901) 465-2120.... Fax: (901) 465-2149 evonhofe@carishealthcare.com http://ww w.carishealthcare.com

Elite Pediatric and Adolescent Medicine

Derrick Hamilton 214 Lakeview Drive, Suite 2 Somerville TN 38068 (901) 516-4082.... Fax: (901) 516-5092 Elitepeds@hotmail.com

Gallaway Health and Rehab

Heather Nicholson P.O. Box 38 435 Old Brownsville Rd. Gallaway TN 38036 (901) 867-8575.... Fax: (901) 867-2598 admiss@gw-hc.com

McGee General Surgery Clinic

Roger McGee Vickie Sanders 214 Lakeview Rd Somerville TN 38068 (901) 465-3604.... Fax: (901) 465-4576

McKnight Clinic

Libby McKnight Debbie Norwood 25 Woodbridge Road Somerville TN 38068 (901) 465-6353.... Fax: (901) 465-5948 mcknightlibby@gmail.com http://mcknightclinic.net

Methodist Healthcare Fayette Hospital

David Crislip Diane Presley Laura Marzahl Debby Oliver Janet Hunt 214 Lakeview Rd. Somerville TN 38068 (901) 516-4000.... Fax: (901) 516-4057 marzahlL@methodisthealth.org http://ww w.methodisthealth.org

NHC Health Care

Warren Adams P.O. Box 550 308 Lakeview Dr. Somerville TN 38068 (901) 465-4101.... Fax: (901) 465-8862

Oakland Primary Care

Dr. Deanna, Elsea Cathy Lipsey 7243 U S Hwy 64 Oakland TN 38060 (901) 465-2227.... Fax: (901) 465-2102 elseadeanna@bellsouth.net

Persell Eyecare Wes Persell 7085 Hwy 64 #2 Oakland TN 38060 (901) 466-1333 piznit@yahoo.com

Rehab World Physical Therapy Clinic

Diane Gersava 7070 Hwy 64 Oakland TN 38060 (901) 465-1801.... Fax: (901) 465-1894 rol34@bellsouth.net

The Thrasher Clinic

Dr. Barton Thrasher Cristy Thrasher 214 Lakeview Dr, Ste 174 Somerville TN 38068 (901) 465-9955.... Fax: (901) 465-9945 willikar@methodisthealth.org

Heating & Air

Wall to Wall Home Services, Inc. Nichols F. Wall 120 June Drive Somerville TN 38068 (901) 604-4451 wall2wallhomeserv@msn.com

Home Goods

Tupperware-Susan Monk

Susan Monk 400 Charlotte Drive Oakland TN 38060 (901) 465-8500.... Fax: (901) 465-8500 suemphs@hotmail.com http://ww w.my2.tupperware.com/ suemphs

Home Health Agency

Home Choice Health Services

Don Young 608-C Tennessee Street Bolivar TN 38008 (731) 659-2710.... Fax: (731) 659-2389 dyoung@suncresthealth.com http://ww w.suncresthealth.com

NHC Home Care

Janice Berryman, RN Diana Graves Janice Berryman RN P.O. Box 730 Somerville TN 38068 (901) 465-4101.... Fax: (901) 465-8862

Home Improvements

Peaceful Settings Construction

Ben Richardson 390 Bonnie Rd. Oakland TN 38060 (901) 465-5553.... Fax: (901) 465-5383 peacefulsettings@aol.com http://ww w.peacefulsettings.com

Home Security

Fayette Fire & Security Randy Dalby Ronnie McAfee 160 Person Road Oakland TN 38060 (901) 870-6210 Ronnie@ztechcentral.com

Hospice

Caris Healthcare, LP

Elizabeth Von Hofe Julie Branch Jeanette Buntyn Tom Davis Letty Green Marilyn Jones Olivia Kirby Karen Mundy Ginger Bernstein 17410 Highway 64 Somerville TN 38068 (901) 465-2120.... Fax: (901) 465-2149 evonhofe@carishealthcare.com http://ww w.carishealthcare.com

Hospital, Surgery, Rehab

Methodist Healthcare Fayette Hospital

David Crislip Diane Presley Laura Marzahl Debby Oliver Janet Hunt 214 Lakeview Rd. Somerville TN 38068 (901) 516-4000.... Fax: (901) 516-4057 marzahlL@methodisthealth.org http://ww w.methodisthealth.org

Hotels

Courtyard by Marriott Collierville

Cindy Kinard 4640 Merchants Park Circle Collierville TN 38017 (901) 850-9390.... Fax: (901) 850-9304 ckinard@cycollierville.com

Hampton Inn - Collierville

Millette Desormeaux Nita Rentrop 1280 W.Poplar Ave Collierville TN 38017 (901) 854-9400.... Fax: (901) 861-0608 tborden@vistahost.net http://ww w.hacollierville.com

Oakland Inn

Samir Patel 6805 Hwy 64 Oakland TN 38060 (901) 465-5630 Fax: (901) 465-5585 Samir749@gmail.com

Housing

Gallaway Manor Apartments (FC Assoc)

Chris Tursky 294 Layton Circle Gallaway TN 38036 (731) 554-2320.... Fax: (731) 554-2322 ctursky@volunteermgmt.com

SomerOak Senior Living Community

Sandra Palmer 10790 Highway 64W Somerville TN 38068 (901) 466-2076 sspalmer1@comcast.net http://ww w.someroakseniorliving.com

Industry

Advanced Metal Fabricators, Inc.

Barbara Creasy Jim Creasy P O Box 427 150 Main St Arlington TN 38002 (901) 867-7814.... Fax: (901) 867-3819 bcreasy@amffiltrex.com http://ww w.amffiltrex.com

Alpha Corporation

John Griggs Randy Weghorst Christy, Nabors Carolyn Crisp 950 Hwy 57 E. Collierville TN 38017 (901) 854-2800.... Fax: (901) 854-1183 jgriggs@aoc-resins.com

Coilmaster Corporation

James, German John German Aron Harrington Lurwin Coomer Regina Orlich 440 Industrial Dr. Moscow TN 38057 (901) 877-3333.... Fax: (901) 877-3335 jim@coilmastercorp.com http://ww w.coilmastercorp.com

Fayette County Radiator Inc.

Richard McKinley 17115 Us. Hwy 64 Somerville TN 38068 (901) 466-0644.... Fax: (901) 466-0645 faycoradinc@att.net http://ww w.fayettecountyradiator.com

Hardeman-Fayette Utility District

Donnie Leggett P.O. Box 7 Moscow TN 38057 (901) 877-6236.... Fax: (901) 877-6266 sdl@hf.utilitydistrict.com Your natural gas supplier and CNGV connection.

Hurdle Machine Works, Inc.

E.J. Hurdle June Supe 16195 Hwy. 57 Moscow TN 38057 (901) 877-6251.... Fax: (901) 877-6260

Instrument & Supply Southeast, Inc

Sam Selig V Stanley 14750 Highway 64 Somerville TN 38068 (901) 465-8022.... Fax: (901) 465-8180 sselig@isiequip.com http://ww w.isiequip.com

Stabilit America, Inc.

Somerville Insurance Agency

The Troxel Company

State Farm Insurance Dartha Parker

Stephen Adkins Jorge Benevides Barry Downen Nelson Keaton Christy Roy 285 Industrial Dr. Moscow TN 38057 (901) 877-3010.... Fax: (901) 877-1388 sadkins@glasteel.com Stacy, Logan Bruce Miller Betty Denham P.O. Box 276 Hwy. 57 Moscow TN 38057 (901) 877-6875 Fax: (901) 877-6929 bdenham@troxel.com http://ww w.troxel.com

TVA

Chuck Marquis Lester Stokes 50 N. Front Street, Suite 550 Memphis TN 38103 (901) 577-2610 ctmarquis@tva.gov http://ww w.tvaed.com

Industry, Telephone Equipment and Service

ATT

Chuck E. Thomas III Kathy Duncan 6055 Primacy Pkwy., Ste. 200 Memphis TN 38119 (901) 820-0428..... Fax: (901)820-9499 ct2948@att.com http://ww w.att.com

Insurance

Addison & Associates

Lift Pro of Memphis

Jody Castellaw 2188 Spicer Cove Memphis TN 38134 (901) 377-3330 Fax: (901) 377-7421 lpparts@c-us.com http://www.liftprousa.com We have more than 24 years experience as a full service dealer for Terex, Titan Tires, TCM and Genie. We rent and lease forklifts, foam fill tires and sell parts. We pride ourselves on our honesty, fairness and reliable customer service.

Medical Action Industries Inc.

Ralph Pena Kim Moser Lisa Miller P.O. Box 228 209 Medegen Dr. Gallaway TN 38036 (901) 867-2951.... Fax: (901) 867-4288 kim.moser@medical-action.com http://ww w.medical-action.com

Memphis Contract Packaging Inc.

Shannon Williams Billy Hoard Janet Wright P.O. Box 160 95 Ball Park Rd. Somerville TN 38068 (901) 465-5502.... Fax: (901) 465-5512 bhoard@mcpsoftee.com

Omni Bag, Inc.

Jackie Lautar PO Box 410 155 Burrowtown Rd Gallaway TN 38036 (901) 867-7233.... Fax: (901) 756-4900 sbrown@omnibaginc.com

Precision Optical Lab, Inc. Tony Ash Linda Britton P.O. Box 68 225 Overton Rd. Gallaway TN 38036 (901) 867-2991 Fax: (901) 867-9583 tash@essilorusa.com

Lindsey Bramlett Heather Chastain 866 Ridgeway Loop Road Suite 102 Memphis TN 38120 (901) 546-0445.... Fax: (901) 405-9649 addisononline@msn.com

BancorpSouth

David Whittenton P.O. Box 429 16225 Hwy. 64 Somerville TN 38068 (901) 465-4201.... Fax: (901) 465-3638 david.whitenton@bxs.com http://ww w.bancorpsouth.com

Farm Bureau Insurance

Jim Pilcher John Gorman P.O. Box 307 17850 Hwy. 64 Somerville TN 38068 (901) 465-3692.... Fax: (901) 465-9060 jim.pilcher@tfbf.com

Jim Bowling Glenda Ward P.O. Box 609 102 W. Market St. Somerville TN 38068 (901) 465-9822.... Fax: (901) 465-9821 jim.bowling@comcast.net http://ww w.somervilleinsured.com

Dartha Lill Parker P.O. Box 759 212 W. Market St. Somerville TN 38068 (901) 465-9307.... Fax: (901) 465-9995 dartha.parker.b13u@statefarm.com

Insurance, Investment

Clayton Bank & Trust - Oakland

Jennifer, Clayton Rachel Culver 6280 Highway 64 Oakland TN 38060 (901) 465-4211.... Fax: (901) 465-6528 Oakland.Mail@AmericanCityBank.com http://ww w.claytonbank.com

Clayton Bank & Trust Somerville

Rachel Culver Alesha Hubbard Bill Menkel 16814 Hwy. 64 Somerville TN 38068 (901) 466-9100.... Fax: (901) 466-9109 Oakland.Mail@ClaytonBank.com http://ww w.claytonbank.com

MetLife Southern Financial Group-Tim Stanz Timothy Stanz 16600 Highway 64, Suite 106 P.O. Box 926 Somerville TN 38068 (901) 465-7729 tstanz@metlife.com http://ww w.msfg.metlife.com

Investment

Transworld Business Advisors Rodney Wallsmith 5865 Ridgeway Center Parkway STE-300 Memphis TN 38120 (731) 616-8475 rwallsmith@tworld.com http://ww w.tworld.com

Jewelry

David Kelley Jewelers

David Kelley 16875 Hwy. 64 Somerville TN 38068 (901) 465-4838.... Fax: (901) 465-4838 davidwkelley@comcast.net

HealthSpring USA, LLC

Powers & Son Jewelers

The Investment Center & The Insurance Agency

Work Force Essentials

Brenda Roberts Lisa Shurden 6401 Poplar Ave. Ste. 604 Memphis TN 38119 (901) 844-5431 Fax: (901) 844-5405 lisa.shurden@healthspring.com http://ww w.healthspring.com

Will Fussell Betty Thompson Lindsey Burch Pat Shankle Jennifer, Wilson PO Box 476 6685 Hwy 64 Oakland TN 38060 (901) 465-4212.... Fax: (901) 465-8639 info@theinsuranceagency.co http://ww w.henryandcompanyinc.com/

Modern Woodmen of America

Martha Jones Rebecca, Shockley 35 Cotton Gin Road Rossville TN 38066 (901) 626-6061.... Fax: (901) 753-3778 martha.s.jones@mwarep.org

Rex Powers 120 E. Market St. Somerville TN 38068 (901) 465-3406 powerson@earthlink.net

Job Services Rosie Wilson 112 E. Market St. Somerville TN 38068 (901) 465-7220.... Fax: (901) 465-7223 rwilson@workforceessentials.com http://ww w.workforceessentials.com

Land, Homes, & Real Estate

Banyan Tree Realtors

Bill & Sally Cowan 118 North Main Street Collierville TN 38017 (901) 853-8666.... Fax: (901) 878-1289 bill@banyantreerealtors.com http://ww w.banyantreerealtors.com

Crye-Leike - Suzie Tidwell

Suzie Tidwell 4720 Bobbit Rd Moscow TN 38057 (901)833-8732..... Fax: (901) 653-2433 suzanne.tidwell@crye-leike.com

www.fayettecountychamber.net

Groceries

Food Rite

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Membership Directory John Green & Company Realtors

John Green 108 Mulberry Collierville TN 38017 (901) 853-0763.... Fax: (901) 853-7682 john@johngreen.com http://ww w.johngreen.com

Keller Williams Realty Carrie McCaskill Smith

Carrie McCaskill Smith 3860 Forest Hill Irene #105 Memphis TN 38125 (901) 266-1647.... Fax: (901) 221-5199 carriemccaskillsmith@gmail.com http://carriemcsmith.com

Municipality

Dave and Brenda Gichner Somerville TN 38068

Green, Aubrey & Nan Aubrey Green Nan Green Somerville TN 38068

Molly McCarley

McCarley, Molly Somerville TN 38068

Walls, Barbara

City of Braden

City of Gallaway

American Red Cross Mid South Chapter

Mayor Dennis Timbes P.O. Box 168 Gallaway TN 38036 (901) 867-3333.... Fax: (901) 867-9119 http://ww w.fayettecountychamber.net

Laura Vaughn 1400 Central Ave. Memphis TN 38104 (901) 772-6350.... Fax: (901) 726-9681 laura.vaughn@redcross.org

Douglas Swink 3157 U.S.Hwy 64- Suite 200 Eads TN 38028 (901) 466-4101.... Fax: (901) 466-4104 dswink@rendevco.net http://ww w.renaissancerealty.net

City of Moscow

Children & Family Services

Mayor Gary Howell P.O. Box 185 Moscow TN 38057 (901) 877-3585.... Fax: (901) 877-3582 cityofmoscow@bellsouth.net http://ww w.fayettecountychamber.net

Jackie Shields/Mary Jones P.O. Box 845 214 Lakeview Rd. Somerville TN 38068 (901) 465-4627.... Fax: (901) 465-4627 cfsfayet@bellsouth.net

Land Surveying

City of Piperton

Fayette Cares, Inc.

Lola Putt 2075 Exeter Rd Suite 60 Germantown TN 38138 (901) 758-1200.... Fax: (901) 465-4006 lolaputt@comcast.net http://ww w.lolaputt.com

Renaissance Realty Company

Benchmark - Ollar Surveying

Jack McAdoo Troy Ollar Doug, Swink 3161 Hwy 64, Suite 500 Eads TN 38028 (901) 465-5555.... Fax: (901) 466-4130 jmcadoo@benchmark-ollar.com http://ww w.benchmark-ollar.com

Milestone Land Surveying, Inc.

Daryl Menard Regis T. Storch James, Wiles 120 East Court Square., Suite 102 Somerville TN 38068 (901) 465-3448.... Fax: (901) 465-3965 milestonels2@bellsouth.net

Lawn and Landscape

Miller LawnCare

Tammy Miller 15600 Hwy 57 Moscow TN 38057 (901) 486-3605.... Fax: (901) 877-8833 JDMHunter123@aol.com

Library

Somerville Fayette Co Library

Laura Winfrey 216 West Market Street Somerville TN 38068 (901) 465-5248......Fax: 901-465-5271 llwinfrey@bellsouth.net

Lumber

Fayette Lumber Company

Bill, Holt 318 Midland St Somerville TN 38068 (901) 813-8462.... Fax: (901) 813-8469 FayetteLumber@gmail.com

Massage

Fayette County Chamber of Commerce

Barbara Creasy Jim Creasy P O Box 427 150 Main St Arlington TN 38002 (901) 867-7814.... Fax: (901) 867-3819 bcreasy@amffiltrex.com http://ww w.amffiltrex.com

Gichner, Dave & Brenda

Barbara Walls Somerville TN 38068

RE/MAX On Track - Lola Putt

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Metal Fabrication

Advanced Metal Fabricators, Inc.

Massage Back to Health Clinic Louise Maddox P.O. Box 2 14655 Hwy 194 Oakland TN 38060 (901) 466-1502 lmaddox60@midsouth.rr.com http://massagebacktohealth.com

Meat Packing

Fayette Packing Company, Inc.

David Keith 16620 Hwy. 196 Eads TN 38028 (901) 867-3826.... Fax: (901) 867-3829 fayettepackingco@bellsouth.net http://ww w.fayettepackingcoinc.com

Mayor Chester, Cocke 335 Hwy 59 Mason TN 38049 mdvanstory@bigriver.net

Mayor Henry Coats P.O. Box 328 Collierville TN 38027 (901) 853-4830.... Fax: (901) 854-8396 hcoats@pipertontn.com http://ww w.pipertontn.com/

City of Rossville

Mayor Judy Watters P.O. Box 27 Rossville TN 38066 (901) 853-4681.... Fax: (901) 854-3976 townwork@att.net http://ww w.rossville-tn.org

City of Williston

Mayor Audrey McQueen P.O. Box 131 Williston TN 38076 (901) 465-4173.... Fax: (901) 465-4126 commissionertate@hotmail.com http://ww w.fayettecountychamber.net

Town of LaGrange

Mayor Bill Cowan P.O. Box 621 LaGrange TN 38046 (901) 878-1246.... Fax: (901) 878-1861 townoflagrange@comcast.net http://ww w.lagrangetn.com

Town of Somerville

Mayor Bob, Turner Austin Edmondson P.O. Box 909 Somerville TN 38068 (901) 465-9500.... Fax: (901) 465-7320 somervilletow486@bellsouth.net http://ww w.somervilletn.org/

Museums

Bird Dog Foundation, Inc.

David Smith P.O. Box 774 505 W. Hwy 57 Grand Junction TN 38039 (731) 764-2058.... Fax: (731) 764-3004 dogman51@bellsouth.net http://ww w.birddogfoundation.com

Newpapers

Fayette Falcon

Butch Rhea P.O. Box 39 101 W. Court Square. Somerville TN 38068 (901) 465-3567.... Fax: (901) 465-3568 news@fayettefalcon.com

Non-Business/Individual

Adams, George

Adams, George Somerville TN 38068

Wesley Singleton 2863 Wolf Creek Parkway Memphis TN 38133 (901) 826-2565.... Fax: (901) 377-0661 wesley.singleton@officedepot.com http://ww w.officedepot.com

RICOH

Jennifer Bernero 57 Germantown Court Suite 102 Cordova TN 38018 (901) 737-8499.... Fax: (901) 737-7884 jennifer.bernero@ricoh-usa.com http://ww w.ricoh-usa.com

Optometry

Non-Profit

Alexandra Wardlaw P.O. Box 326 13300 N. Main St. Somerville TN 38068 (901) 465-3802.... Fax: (901) 466-9934 info@fayettecares.org http://ww w.fayettecares.org

Fayette County Commission on Aging

Debbie Norton P O Box 396 Somerville TN 38068 (901) 465-3554.... Fax: (901) 466-1963 fcca75@bellsouth.net

Fayette County Democratic Party

Steve Butler 601 Charleston St. Somerville TN 38068 (901) 466-1172.... Fax: (901) 466-1172 butlerla@bellsouth.net

United Way of the Mid South

Rosa Potts 6775 Lenox Center Court Memphis TN 38115 (901) 433-4315.... Fax: (901) 416-3115 rosa.potts@uwmidsouth.org http://ww w.uwmidsouth.org

Town of Oakland

Mayor Scott Ferguson P.O. Box 56 Oakland TN 38060 (901)465-8523...... Fax: (901)465-1883 admin@oaklandtennessee.org http://ww w.oaklandtennessee.org

Office Depot

Nursing Home

Gallaway Health and Rehab

Heather Nicholson P.O. Box 38 435 Old Brownsville Rd. Gallaway TN 38036 (901) 867-8575.Fax: (901) 867-2598 admiss@gw-hc.com

Nursing Home, Hospice, Rehab

NHC Health Care

Warren Adams P.O. Box 550 308 Lakeview Dr. Somerville TN 38068 (901) 465-4101.... Fax: (901) 465-8862

Office Supplies and Forms

Good ‘’Scents’’ Company Wendell Forester P O Box 417 Ellendale TN 38029 (901) 854-0799

Memphis Communications Corporation-

Shane Berry 4771 Summer Avenue Memphis TN 38122 (901) 725-9271.... Fax: (901) 257-2584 shaneb@memphiscommunications.net http:// ww w.memphiscommunications.net

Persell Eyecare Wes Persell 7085 Hwy 64 #2 Oakland TN 38060 (901) 466-1333 piznit@yahoo.com

Outdoor Construction

Peaceful Settings Construction

Ben Richardson 390 Bonnie Rd. Oakland TN 38060 (901) 465-5553.... Fax: (901) 465-5383 peacefulsettings@aol.com http://ww w.peacefulsettings.com

Middlecoff’s Super Drugs

Whit Middlecoff 13092 N. Main Somerville TN 38068 (901)465-9888...... Fax: (901)465-6906 superdrugs@birch.net

Photography

Hollis and Associates Video & Photo Phil Hollis P.O. Box 85 Rossville TN 38066 (901) 853-7014

Plumbing

Jerry Culver’s Plumbing & Septic Co., LLC Jerry Culver 75 Culver Way Somerville TN 38068 (901) 465-8185 Fax: (901) 465-2506

Tatums Plumbing, LLC

Charles Tatum Donald Tatum 225 Black Ankle Drive Oakland TN 38060 (901) 287-9413 SusanandDonald@yahoo.com

Plumbing, Electrical Paving

Gibson Paving Inc.

James Gibson 10056 Hwy. 70 Lakeland TN 38002 (901) 867-8274 Fax: (901) 867-8248 gibsonpavinginc@bellsouth.net

Southern Concrete Products

Herron Odle 200 Pierce R. Oakland TN 38060 (901)465-6611...... Fax: (901)465-6605 southernconcreteproducts@gmail.com

Pawn Shop

City Pawn Shop

Charlotte Loines 118 E. Court Square Somerville TN 38068 (901) 813-8044.... Fax: (901) 813-8251 loinescharlotte@yahoo.com citypawn.comcastbiz.net

Pediatric Medicine

Elite Pediatric and Adolescent Medicine

Derrick Hamilton 214 Lakeview Drive, Suite 2 Somerville TN 38068 (901) 516-4082.... Fax: (901) 516-5092 Elitepeds@hotmail.com

Pest Control

TERMINIX

Trey Locke 7540 Appling Center Memphis TN 38133 (901) 937-2560.... Fax: (901) 388-8660 rlocke@terminix.com http://ww w.terminix.com

Pewter

Tennessee Pewter Company

Kathleen Armour Walker 16030 Hwy 64 Somerville TN 38068 (901) 465-2609.... Fax: (901) 465-2610 info@tnpewter.com http://ww w.tnpewter.com

Logan Septic & Portable Toilet Rental

Ronnie, Logan 105 N West ST Somerville TN 38068 (901) 465-1332.... Fax: (901) 465-8648

Poly Bag Manufacturer

Omni Bag, Inc.

Jackie Lautar PO Box 410 155 Burrowtown Rd Gallaway TN 38036 (901) 867-7233.... Fax: (901) 756-4900 sbrown@omnibaginc.com

Printing

Cindi Landry Kenneth Landry 25 Woodbridge Rd. Ste. B Somerville TN 38068 (901) 466-1127.... Fax: (901) 466-1126 Landry’sPharmacy@yahoo.com

Debbie Norton P O Box 396 Somerville TN 38068 (901) 465-3554.... Fax: (901) 466-1963 fcca75@bellsouth.net

Promotional Products

JoAnn JoAnn Inc.

JoAnn Dandridge 11505 Hwy. 64 Somerville TN 38068 (901) 465-9763.... Fax: (901) 465-9869 joanninc@aol.com http://ww w.joannjoanninc.com

Propane

Modern Propane Gas Company

Marvin, Raines AmeriGas 17910 Highway 64 Somerville TN 38068 (901)465-4388..... Fax: (610) 992-3223 Vendor_Invoice@amerigas.com

Wilder LP Gas Company

John Wilder 6780 Hwy 70 Mason TN 38049 (901)594-5050...... Fax: (901)594-5114

Publications

Fayette County Shop Local Magazine

Teresa, Pentz P O Box 190 101 Kay Dr. Somerville TN 38068 (901) 466-0035.... Fax: (901) 466-0079 teresa@myprintsolutions.net http://myprintsolutions.net

Fayette Falcon

Butch Rhea P.O. Box 39 101 W. Court Square. Somerville TN 38068 (901) 465-3567.... Fax: (901) 465-3568 news@fayettefalcon.com

Radio

Fayette County Shop Local Magazine

U.S. 51 Country 93.5 FM

Memphis Communications Corporation-

CB Richard Ellis Memphis

Teresa, Pentz P O Box 190 101 Kay Dr. Somerville TN 38068 (901) 466-0035.... Fax: (901) 466-0079 teresa@myprintsolutions.net http://myprintsolutions.net

Shane Berry 4771 Summer Avenue Memphis TN 38122 (901) 725-9271.... Fax: (901) 257-2584 shaneb@memphiscommunications.net http:// ww w.memphiscommunications.net

Billy Thomas 101 WKBL Drive Covington TN 38002 (901) 476-7129.... Fax: (901) 476-7120 billy.thomas@us51country.com http://ww w.us51country.com

Real Estate Tommy Jackson Elizabeth Berglund 2620 Thousand Oaks Blvd Suite 4000 Memphis TN 38118 (901) 260-1178.... Fax: (901) 260-1179 tommy.jackson@cbrememphis.com http://ww w.cbre.us/o/memphis/Pages/ overview.aspx

Private Schools

Fayette Academy

Donna Burrus Charlotte Karcher P.O. Box 130 15090 Hwy. 64 Somerville TN 38068 (901) 465-8655.... Fax: (901) 465-2141 ckarcher@fayetteacademy.com http://ww w.fayetteacademy.com

Rossville Christian Academy

Realtors

Banyan Tree Realtors

Bill & Sally Cowan 118 North Main Street Collierville TN 38017 (901) 853-8666.... Fax: (901) 878-1289 bill@banyantreerealtors.com http://ww w.banyantreerealtors.com

Crye-Leike - Suzie Tidwell

Mike Coggins 280 High Street Rossville TN 38066 (901) 853-0200.... Fax: (901) 854-4344 mcoggins@rossvillechristian.com http://ww w.rossvillechristian.com

Suzie Tidwell 4720 Bobbit Rd Moscow TN 38057 (901)833-8732..... Fax: (901) 653-2433 suzanne.tidwell@crye-leike.com

Program/Services

John Green 108 Mulberry Collierville TN 38017 (901) 853-0763.... Fax: (901) 853-7682 john@johngreen.com http://ww w.johngreen.com

Pharmacy

Landry’s Pharmacy

Fayette County Commission on Aging

Children & Family Services

Jackie Shields/Mary Jones P.O. Box 845 214 Lakeview Rd. Somerville TN 38068 (901) 465-4627.... Fax: (901) 465-4627 cfsfayet@bellsouth.net

John Green & Company Realtors


Membership Directory Carrie McCaskill Smith 3860 Forest Hill Irene #105 Memphis TN 38125 (901) 266-1647.... Fax: (901) 221-5199 carriemccaskillsmith@gmail.com http://carriemcsmith.com

RE/MAX On Track - Lola Putt

Lola Putt 2075 Exeter Rd Suite 60 Germantown TN 38138 (901) 758-1200.... Fax: (901) 465-4006 lolaputt@comcast.net http://ww w.lolaputt.com

Renaissance Realty Company

Douglas Swink 3157 U.S.Hwy 64- Suite 200 Eads TN 38028 (901) 466-4101.... Fax: (901) 466-4104 dswink@rendevco.net http://ww w.renaissancerealty.net

Recycling

CJB Recycling

Chad Lee Turner, Raines 210 Overton Street Gallaway TN 38036 (731) 433-8316.... Fax: (901) 867-1630 mmcadoocjb@yahoo.com

Red Cross

American Red Cross Mid South Chapter

Laura Vaughn 1400 Central Ave. Memphis TN 38104 (901) 772-6350.... Fax: (901) 726-9681 laura.vaughn@redcross.org

ReHab

Rehab World Physical Therapy Clinic

Diane Gersava 7070 Hwy 64 Oakland TN 38060 (901) 465-1801.... Fax: (901) 465-1894 rol34@bellsouth.net

Residential & Commercial

D & G Contractors, Inc.

Carlton Defoor Arthur Ray Glover 14905 Hwy. 64 Somerville TN 38068 (901) 465-4566.... Fax: (901) 465-4564

Restaurant

El Nopal

Moises Montez 7700 Hwy 64 Oakland TN 38060 (901) 466-7020

Tractor Supply Company

Josh Bond 50 Teague Store Rd. Somerville TN 38068 (901) 465-0141.... Fax: (901) 465-5409 str1589@tractorsupply.com http://ww w.tractorsupply.com

Huddle House

Sarah Mobbs 6300 Hwy 64 Oakland TN 38060 (901) 465-8328.... Fax: (866) 311-2323 http://ww w.fandhventures.com

Loven Fresh Smoke House Barbecue Chris McKnight 10 Center Oak Cove Oakland TN 38060 (901) 465-6568

Main Street Eatery, The Patricia Bowling Yager 13075 N. Main St. Somerville TN 38068 (901)465-0065 pbyjly@cs.com

Sonic Drive-In

Rocky LeBlanc 16320 Hwy. 64 Somerville TN 38068 (901) 465-9756.... Fax: (901) 465-1981

The Wolf River Cafe, Inc. Susan Quasdorf 460 Main Street Rossville TN 38066 (901) 853-2586 Squasdorf@gmail.com

Retail Store

Boondocks Western Store

Kevin, Hays 16295 Hwy 64 Somerville TN 38068 (901) 465-0092 boondockswestern@att.net http://ww w.boondockswestern.com

Carlton’s On The Square Judy Accardi 107 W. Court Square Somerville TN 38068 (901) 494-3704 Jeaccardi@comcast.net

City Pawn Shop

Charlotte Loines 118 E. Court Square Somerville TN 38068 (901) 813-8044.... Fax: (901) 813-8251 loinescharlotte@yahoo.com citypawn.comcastbiz.net

Sales/Service

Berretta Enterprise Co.

Nick Berretta 590 Hwy 70 Arlington TN 38002 (901) 867-1506.... Fax: (901) 867-1506 nbsgalp1@bellsouth.net

Harrell Homebuilders, LLC.

Bubba Harrell P O Box 1479 Collierville TN 38027 (901) 853-3030.... Fax: (901) 853-2062 harrellhomebuildersllc@yahoo.com

Residential Development

ANA Development, G.P.

Tom Wilson 8924 Calumet Cove Germantown TN 38138 (901) 748-0109.... Fax: (901) 748-1360 tpwilson@midsouth.rr.com

David Keith 16620 Hwy. 196 Eads TN 38028 (901) 867-3826.... Fax: (901) 867-3829 fayettepackingco@bellsouth.net http://ww w.fayettepackingcoinc.com

Hometowne Flowers & Gifts

Tina Glover P.O. Box 154 114 E. Court Square Somerville TN 38068 (901) 813-8263.... Fax: (901) 813-8279 hmtowneflowers@aol.com http:// ww w.somervilletnhometownflowers. com

HuCo Holdings, LLC Residential Paving

MMC Materials, Inc.

Scott Craft 380 Pierce Rd Oakland TN 38060 (901) 466-0918.... Fax: (662) 393-7323 scraft@mmcmaterials.com http://ww w.mmcmaterials.com

Resins

Alpha Corporation

John Griggs Randy Weghorst Christy, Nabors Carolyn Crisp 950 Hwy 57 E. Collierville TN 38017 (901) 854-2800.... Fax: (901) 854-1183 jgriggs@aoc-resins.com

K. Glover Hugh Keen 16260 Hwy 64 Somerville TN 38068 (901) 813-8033.... Fax: (901) 813-8191 hucoholdingsllcsomerville@gmail.com http://ww w.hucoholdings.com

The Rusty Propeller

Jessica Bushon 60 Front Street Rossville TN 38066 (901) 854-2380 jessica@therustypropeller.com http://therustypropeller.com

Tennessee Pewter Company

Kathleen Armour Walker 16030 Hwy 64 Somerville TN 38068 (901) 465-2609.... Fax: (901) 465-2610 info@tnpewter.com http://ww w.tnpewter.com

Millette Desormeaux Nita Rentrop 1280 W.Poplar Ave Collierville TN 38017 (901) 854-9400.... Fax: (901) 861-0608 tborden@vistahost.net http://ww w.hacollierville.com

Oakland Inn

Samir Patel 6805 Hwy 64 Oakland TN 38060 (901) 465-5630.... Fax: (901) 465-5585 Samir749@gmail.com

Tupperware Salon, Retail Store

SouthernRoots Salon Abigail, Owen 14640 Hwy 194 Oakland TN 38060 (901) 465-3494 abowenowen@gmail.com

Tupperware-Susan Monk

Susan Monk 400 Charlotte Drive Oakland TN 38060 (901) 465-8500.... Fax: (901) 465-8500 suemphs@hotmail.com http://ww w.my2.tupperware.com/ suemphs

Satellite TV cable internet

All Ways Be Connected, LLC

Lisa Kasprack 7855 Farmington Blvd. Germantown TN 38138 (901) 748-5520.... Fax: (901) 922-5680 lisa.kasprack@allwaysbeconnected.com http://ww w.allwaysbeconnected.com

Signs & Banners

White Graphics

Tony, White (901) 262-7153 whitegraphic@earthlink.net

Small Animal

Somerville Animal Hospital Inc

Glenn Weatherly 119 W. Court Square Somerville TN 38068 (901) 465-5322.... Fax: (901) 465-6984 somervilleanimalhospital@gmail.com http://somervillevet.com

Storage Buildings, Playsets

HuCo Holdings, LLC

K. Glover Hugh Keen 16260 Hwy 64 Somerville TN 38068 (901) 813-8033.... Fax: (901) 813-8191 hucoholdingsllcsomerville@gmail.com http://ww w.hucoholdings.com

Fayette Packing Company, Inc. Residential Construction

Hampton Inn - Collierville

Surgery

Utilities

ATT

Chuck E. Thomas III Kathy Duncan 6055 Primacy Pkwy., Ste. 200 Memphis TN 38119 (901) 820-0428..... Fax: (901)820-9499 ct2948@att.com http://ww w.att.com

Hardeman-Fayette Utility District

Donnie Leggett P.O. Box 7 Moscow TN 38057 (901) 877-6236 Fax: (901) 877-6266 sdl@hf.utilitydistrict.com Your natural gas supplier and CNGV connection.

Instrument & Supply Southeast, Inc

Sam Selig V Stanley 14750 Highway 64 Somerville TN 38068 (901) 465-8022.... Fax: (901) 465-8180 sselig@isiequip.com http://ww w.isiequip.com

Weddings and Receptions

Carahills I

Carrie Nivens Sonny Nivens 13880 Hwy 196 Eads TN 38028 (901) 861-2133.... Fax: (901) 861-2134 carrie@carahills.com http://ww w.carahills.com

Heartwood Hall

Denise Suthoff 2665 Raleigh LaGrange Drive Piperton TN 38066 (901)854-2294..... Fax: (901) 854-2239 dsuthoff@comcast.net http://ww w.heartwoodhall.com

Well Service

Wilson Well Co Inc

Rodney Wilson 8050 Whiteville-New Castle Whiteville TN 38075 (731) 254-8150.... Fax: (731) 254-8712 rodney@wilsonwell.com http://ww w.wilsonwell.com

Wholesale Clubs

Costco Wholesale

Cathey Brown Julia Daily 2431 Germantown Parkway Cordova TN 38016 (901) 246-0848.... Fax: (901) 214-0005 catheybrown04@yahoo.com http://ww w.costco.com

TVA

Chuck Marquis Lester Stokes 50 N. Front Street, Suite 550 Memphis TN 38103 (901) 577-2610 ctmarquis@tva.gov http://ww w.tvaed.com

Veterinary Hospital

Somerville Animal Hospital Inc

Glenn Weatherly 119 W. Court Square Somerville TN 38068 (901) 465-5322.... Fax: (901) 465-6984 somervilleanimalhospital@gmail.com http://somervillevet.com

McGee General Surgery Clinic

Roger McGee Vickie Sanders 214 Lakeview Rd Somerville TN 38068 (901) 465-3604.... Fax: (901) 465-4576

Television

WLJT-DT

Mandy Hinson P.O. Box 966 Martin TN 38238 (731) 881-7561.... Fax: (731) 881-7566 mhinson@WLJT.org http://ww w.wljt.org

Title Company

Mid South Title Services, LLC

Michael Hewgley M. Taylor Hewgley Rosie Fiers 3159 Highway 64 Suite 400 Eads TN 38028 (901) 591-1535.... Fax: (901) 466-7949 taylor.hewgley@gomst.com http://ww w.gomst.com

Travel

Courtyard by Marriott Collierville

Cindy Kinard 4640 Merchants Park Circle Collierville TN 38017 (901) 850-9390.... Fax: (901) 850-9304 ckinard@cycollierville.com

Vocational Programs

Fayette Ware Comprehensive High School

Jennifer Donald Sylvester King P.O. Box 849 Somerville TN 38068 (901) 465-9837.... Fax: (901) 465-9810 kings@mail.fayette.k12.tn.us

Waste Collection & Disposal

All-American Waste Systems, LLC

Wes Carruthers P.O. Box 1746 Collierville TN 38027 (901) 300-3263.... Fax: (901) 300-3562 wes@aaws.us http://ww w.aaws.us

Wastewater Systems and Service

Bear Onsite, LLC

Theo Terry Robin Terry P.O. Box 507 Somerville TN 38068 (901) 831-5155.... Fax: (877) 653-4583 theo.terry@bearonsite.com http://ww w.bearonsite.com

www.fayettecountychamber.net

Keller Williams Realty Carrie McCaskill Smith

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