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gr helsley Jr #116940527 A belated thank you for "flowering" Dr.H. You do so much, and I talked to him a lot, but never knew he attended Tech. Also, I wasn't aware you were sick. Here's hoping that is all ancient history, now. Take care, and be well.
I spoke with the cemetery and they could locate no Anna Byars. The funeral home on Poplar is also theirs and as you say there is no cemetery associated with it. He tells me they hold services on Poplar and the burials can be at any cemetery in the area. Many are taken to Bartlett but just as many are taken across the street on Poplar. The obituary mentioned the service was on Poplar so the burial could be anywhere. I feel confident Anna isn't at the Bartlett cemetery as I was able to obtain 13 locations of other requests to photograph so if she were there he would have given me the location. They are nice to me there as I just purchased an estate in the cemetery for my family.
I hope this helps somewhat in your search for Anna.
Dick Earwood Linda, I just posted Dick Earwood's senior picture on his page (115271237). Yesterday I photographed his headstone. I didn't know he was buried at West TN until someone told me at a class dinner on Saturday. He was married to one of my best friends. They divorced quite a few years ago. He was a great guy back in our high school days. We were all so involved in YOUNG LIFE Club and ROTC activities back then. My high school class meets for dinner once a month and we have fun reliving all those wonderful memories. This profile picture of me is from those days when I was "Miss Memphis National Guard". Thank you for making his memorial page. Love, Sue