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Town Council honors Rogers
The family of Tommy Rogers was presented a resolution of appreciation for his 11 years of service on the Nashville Town Council.

Rogers passed away on Thursday, January 17.

Rogers served as a council member on Nashville’s Town Council for 11 years. He was also active in other areas of the town, serving as a fireman and auxiliary policeman as well as serving as a baseball couch and scoutmaster. Rogers also served with Nashville’s American Legion.

Nashville Mayor Donald Street presented the framed resolution, which was unanimously adopted by Town Council, to Rogers’ wife Patricia, last Wednesday night.

“We’re real sorry about Tommy,” Mayor Street said. “We’re all with you.”

The resolution recognized and thanked Rogers for his years of service.

Councilman Larry Taylor told Rogers’ family that the councilman would be missed.

“This board and the Town of Nashville will greatly miss Tommy,” Taylor said.

Pictured (Above): Nashville Mayor Donald Street presented the family of Councilman Tommy Rogers with a framed Resolution of Appreciation at a special meeting last Wednesday evening. Rogers passed away on January 17. Pictured on the back row (L-R) is: Rogers’ son Grant Rogers and his wife, Lovey, Rogers’ wife, Patricia, Nashville Mayor Donald Street and Rogers’ daughter-in-law Amber Rogers and son Patrick. On the front row in front of Mayor Street are Rogers’ grandchildren Miller and McKenna Rogers. (Graphic photo by Amanda Clark)

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