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William L. Emmert

William Emmert

October 17, 1932          ~          March 10, 2011

William L. Emmert, 78, of Clarksville, TN died Thursday, March 10, 2011. He was born October 17, 1932 in Glasgow, Ky. He was the son of the late Gilbert and Hallie Shank Emmert. He was a member of the Brider Chapel Baptist Church in Kentucky but also attended Madison and Hilldale Church of Christ, Clarksville Tn. He was a member of the Woodman of the World for 33 years and was a charter member of the Cumberland Civitan Club, in Tennessee.

Survivors include his brother Roger Emmert (Earlene), Clarksville, Tn; 2 nieces Shelia Loden (Fred) Houston, Texas and Sheri Murphy ( Russell) Clarksville, TN; 3 great nieces Christin Murphy, Allison Loden, Alexis Loden and 1 great nephew Wesley Murphy.

Funeral will be 2:00 P.M. Saturday at the Hatcher & Saddler Funeral Home with burial in the Happy Valley Memorial Gardens. Visitation will be after 11:00 A.M. Saturday at the funeral home. Online Condolences may be made at www.hatchersaddler.com.

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4 Entries for William L. Emmert

  1. Shelia Loden says:

    I of course, can not remember a time when Uncle Bill was not at the forefront of our lives. Growing up in Glasgow, living beside him, or he and Granny living at mom and dads. The first thing Bill would say to me when he saw me was, come and look at my knives and how is your family. Bill received more love and the best care of anyone I have ever known. Mom and Dad took care of him like he was one of their own children. One thing everyone knows is Bill was loved and taken care of all his life by people that put him first and foremost and now Bill is where he always wanted to be and that is with Granny. God Bless you Billy…you will be missed. I love you Shelia Dawn

  2. Harold Taylor says:

    Roger sorry about the loss of your brother..

  3. Dwain Etterling says:

    To the family of William, I would like to send my deepest condolences. I used to see William every Sunday Morning at Spring Meadows for church services. He was very faithful to come and join in when he was able. He loved to sing the song I’ll Fly Away and would always dismiss our church service in prayer. To those he has left behind, he has left a legacy that he loved Jesus, and today I believe he is in the midst of the Almighty! Leaving behind this worldly body for a heavenly one, Praising His creator forever! We will see you again my friend! Sincerely, Dwain J. Etterling


    Billy will always be remembered at the home when I used to go visit my brother and my best friend. He gave me a hat and I will treasure it forever. He was a very nice friend and will be missed by everyone who new him.

    May God Bless You All
    Bernard Charnoski and Family