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It’s almost midnight

Posted by Terry Wooley on Sunday, April 17, 2011, In : Terry Wooley 

      It’s almost midnight, and I’ve been trying to finish this new song I’m working on for what seems like days.  When I sat down with my guitar in my hand a little over 4 hours ago, I really thought it would be a quick write.  I had the idea, I had the music, had the beginning guitar riffs, had the  perfect ending, and then I realized there was a big hole in the middle where the rest of the song ought to go.  It started great, first couple lines, and I was sure this was ...


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Terry Wooley spent some time with the Trucker Charity Inc crew.

Posted by Terry Wooley on Sunday, April 17, 2011, In : Terry Wooley 

      It’s almost midnight, and I’ve been trying to finish this new song I’m working on for what seems like days.  When I sat down with my guitar in my hand a little over 4 hours ago, I really thought it would be a quick write.  I had the idea, I had the music, had the beginning guitar riffs, had the  perfect ending, and then I realized there was a big hole in the middle where the rest of the song ought to go.  It started great, first couple lines, and I was sure this was ...


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Terry Wooley spent some time with the Trucker Charity Inc crew.

Posted by Terry Wooley on Sunday, April 17, 2011, In : Terry Wooley 

      It’s almost midnight, and I’ve been trying to finish this new song I’m working on for what seems like days.  When I sat down with my guitar in my hand a little over 4 hours ago, I really thought it would be a quick write.  I had the idea, I had the music, had the beginning guitar riffs, had the  perfect ending, and then I realized there was a big hole in the middle where the rest of the song ought to go.  It started great, first couple lines, and I was sure this was ...


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Terry Wooley spent some time with the Trucker Charity Inc crew.

Posted by Terry Wooley on Sunday, April 17, 2011, In : Terry Wooley 
Ralph Wayne Maness

Born: May 26, 1953
Died: April 18, 2014

Ralph Wayne Maness, 60, of Sanger beloved Husband Father Grandfather Brother and Friend passed away on Friday, April 18 in Rochelle, Illinois. Wayne was born on May 26, 1953 in Chicago, Illinois to Ralph and Katherine Maness. He married Taylor George on January 17, 2014 in Denton.

There will be a memorial service held in the Chapel of DeBerry Funeral Directors on Saturday, May 3 at 1 p.m.

Wayne is survived by his wife, Taylor George Maness; daughters, Savannah Maness, Skylar Maness, Harley Maness, and Brandi Bannister and husband Keith; sons, Dakota Maness and Ralph Maness JR; sister, Paula Boyd and husband Charlie; brother, Sherwin Maness and wife Kelly; and 3 grandchildren, Nylah, Riley, and Quinlan. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the Ralph Maness Benefit Account at the Prosperity Bank in Sanger, Texas.

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 The LAST RIDE HOME

 of Christopher Williams has been completed with him being delivered to family and friends in Paragould Arkansas drive safely driver on the big road in the sky RIP

Its the least we can do as brothers and sisters of the road. We will have a truck available to provide this last ride home that this driver and his family deserves. We are happy to provide the Last Ride Home. We ask all to support this trucking family in there time of loss.

Per Vicki Williams  (wife)
"A fellow trucker was found 1/13/2013 on the floor of his truck at loves truck stop in W. Memphis AR. Trucking com...pany did nothing to find him...after 5 hours of doing nothing,fellow trucker jumped in and found him within an hour. The trucking company did nothing to get him home with dignity or anything to help his family. A co-worker made a donation but the wife was left with his final paycheck and mile bonus check to cover expenses...The wife is disabled and raising their special needs grandson....Chris, the driver was only 47...The family left with nothing but facing loss of their home and all their income.....This charity stepped up and provided to this family what the company should have..Bringing this man home to his wife and grandson with dignity...GOD BLESS YOU. ...THANK YOU IS NOT ENOUGH"
7:28 p.m., Saturday Jan. 18

 GONE HOME

On Friday the trucking community lost another driver William Charles "Road Runner" Maness below is the information on the visitation and service

The family will receive friends Friday, January 24, 2014 from 1:00 p.m. until 2:00 p.m. at the Rockwood Baptist Tabernacle; 427 Tedder Street; Rockwood, TN 37854. Memorial services will follow on Friday, January 24, 2014 at 2:00 p.m. from the Rockwood Baptist Tabernacle with Rev. Lewis Capps officiating

 LAST RIDE HOME

Thank you Rose for the incite and drive to help us form who we are here. Now not only will we ask What would Rick do? We will also ask what would Rose do?

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It’s almost midnight

Posted by Terry Wooley on Sunday, April 17, 2011, In : Terry Wooley 

      It’s almost midnight, and I’ve been trying to finish this new song I’m working on for what seems like days.  When I sat down with my guitar in my hand a little over 4 hours ago, I really thought it would be a quick write.  I had the idea, I had the music, had the beginning guitar riffs, had the  perfect ending, and then I realized there was a big hole in the middle where the rest of the song ought to go.  It started great, first couple lines, and I was sure this was ...


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Terry Wooley spent some time with the Trucker Charity Inc crew.

Posted by Terry Wooley on Sunday, April 17, 2011, In : Terry Wooley 

President


President of Trucker Charity Inc Director of Truckers helping Truckers.