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Hearse carrying Anthony & Tammy Reece home at Livingston, TN at 2:30pmCT

Expected in Columbia between 3:45pm and 4:30pmCT

Blake Martin at Grissom-Martin Funeral Home said that the hearse carrying Anthony & Tammy Reece home to Columbia from Lake Lanier, GA, came through Livingston, TN at 2:30pmCT, and that his father, David Martin, expects to be at the Columbia Walmart at around 3:45 to as late as 4:30pmCT.

When the hearse arrives, it will be escorted into Columbia by law enforcement vehicles, several of Anthony's Auto Sales vehicles including boats on trailers, with many RZRs and side-by-side off road vehicles. The procession was organized by Stacy Melton, the mother of Anthony Reece's son Tristan.

The procession will proceed north on Burkesville Road/Street, to the public square, then to Grissom-Martin Funeral Home, in charge of arrangements.

This story was posted on 2016-07-18 14:37:54
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Procession for Anthony & Tammy Reese

2016-07-18 - Burkesville Street at Adair County Veterans Memorial Highway - Photo by Linda Waggener.
The procession carrying Anthony & Tammy Reece, at just before 4pmCT.

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