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Fall 2017 Newsletter

Fall Newsletter 2017

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2019 Board Members   

The Nashville City Cemetery Association consists of an all volunteer board of directors. The Association board works with the Metro Historical Commission and the Metro Board of Parks & Recreation. During the past ten years, NCCA has worked closely with the Metro Historical Commission to restore the cemetery and to increase awareness through public participation. NCCA is involved with sponsoring special tours open and free to the public, including the Annual Living History Tour, and in developing the NCCA web site to make available inscriptions and photographs of tombstones, interment records, obituaries, and historical information for those buried at City Cemetery.

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  • Jacobia Dowell, President
  • Robert Mather, Secretary
  • Albert M. Austin V., Treasurer and Vice President
  • Bill McKee, Past President
  • John Allyn
  • Madeline Artibee
  • Clay Bailey
  • Carter Baker
  • Deborah Brewington
  • Todd Breyer
  • Christopher Cotton
  • John Cross
  • Carolyn Gregory
  • Frank Harrison
  • Jim Hoobler
  • Leslee Hughes
  • Carol Kaplan
  • Pam Lewis
  • Marty Luffman
  • Bob Lyons II
  • Lynn Maddox
  • Rob McDonald, Jr.
  • Jeff Sellers
  • Steve Sirls
  • Justin Stelter
  • Paul White
  • Linda Wynn
  • Tim Walker (Executive Director, Metro Historical Commission)
 Ex-Officio Members

  • Fred Zahn (Metro Historical Commission)
  • Monique Odom (Director of Metro Parks & Recreation)
  • Jim Hester (Metro Parks & Recreation)
  • Ken Fieth (Metro Archivist, Metro Nashville Archives)
  • Damian Huggins (Deputy Chief Police)
  • Colby Sledge (Council District 17)
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is a membership organization that works to protect, preserve, restore and raise public awareness of the Nashville City Cemetery in collaboration with the Historical Commission of the Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County, Tennessee.