President George Ison

Welcome to the John Sevier Chapter (JSC) Honoring America's Patriots

Welcome to the John Sevier Chapter (JSC) Honoring America's Patriots

Welcome to the John Sevier Chapter (JSC) Honoring America's Patriots Welcome to the John Sevier Chapter (JSC) Honoring America's Patriots

Flag Certificate Presentations 2020

USMC Veteran Honored

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1st VP Bryan Beck presents the SAR Flag Certificate to USMC Veteran Sean Phillips 8 MAR 2020

SAR Service from Patriot Approval Date for (2019)

30 Year

30 Year

30 Year

30 Year Membership and Service SAR NSSAR PIN

Members to be added

25 Year

30 Year

30 Year

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John C. Echerd

David Clapp

20 Year

30 Year

20 Year

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John Echerd

Lewis Sylar, III

Arthur Purcell, Jr.


15 Year

15 Year

20 Year

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Greg Dart

10 Year

15 Year

10 Year

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Dixson Fisher

Al Duke

Terry Siler

5 Year

15 Year

10 Year

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Andrew Riley, Jr.

David Queen

Ronald Eytchison

James King

Bruce Gilmore

John Howard

Noah Long

Alfred Dammann


JSC Recent Past Presidents

2017 to 2019

2017 to 2019

2017 to 2019

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Mr. Larry Underwood

2015 to 2017

2017 to 2019

2017 to 2019

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Mr. Terry Siler 

2012 to 2015

2017 to 2019

2012 to 2015

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Mr. Tim Adams 

The Patriot Medal awardee (TNSSAR's highest award to be bestowed on a compratriot)

2010 to 2012

2010 to 2012

2012 to 2015

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Mr. James Moore 

Past TNSSAR President

2008 to 2010

2010 to 2012

2008 to 2010

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Mr. William Eubank, III (picture coming soon)

Past TNSSAR President

2006 to 2008

2010 to 2012

2008 to 2010

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Mr. Charles Dammann 

Past TNSSAR President

Key JSC REPORTS

The chapter reports annually on all of our activities supporting the missions and goals of the SAR to State.  Please take a look at how we compete with our brother chapters.

John Sevier Chapter of the SAR Historical Files

Click on a file to download.

In memory of our compatriot

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Gene Franklin Johnson

 

Gene Franklin Johnson, born September 3,  1942, went to be with the Lord while at home with his spouse, Betty  Jean, and his beloved pet beagle, Clark Kent Super Dog, by his side on  January 16, 2020.

 Mr. Johnson, age 77, was preceded in death  by his parents, Curren Buell and Nellie Katharine Lovell Johnson; a  sister, Nell Johnson Roark; his first spouse, Beverly Ann Pittman  Johnson; brother Leon Mitchell “Phillip” Johnson; a niece, Sharon Roark  Lovell, all from Harrison, TN and daughter, Dena Hammack Boles (Stuart),  New Port Richey, FL.

Survivors include his current spouse Betty  Jean Fry Hammack Johnson, Harrison, TN, and sons Christopher Brett  (Mallory) Johnson and grandson, Curren Birch, Sacramento, CA; Tyler  Mitchell Johnson, Hoover, AL; Justin Ray Hammack (Rebecca), Huntsville,  AL; nephew, Robin (Melaine) Johnson and nieces, Vicki Roark Lee, and  Phyllis Johnson Hickman; all from Harrison, TN.

Gene was raised and grew up in the  communities of Birchwood, Friendship and Harrison, TN.  He graduated  from the University of Alabama and spent 33 years in the banking  business.  He had authored several books and was currently writing his  own autobiography “Reflections”.  He was well-known for his research  abilities in establishing family roots and recording their history in  the communities of Birchwood, Friendship, and Harrison, TN

Gene was a member of Maple Grove Baptist  Church, Harrison, TN.  He was also a member of the Roark-Conner  Association and the TN Sons of the American Revolution Society.

The family wishes to express their  heartfelt thanks and appreciation to the staff of the East Team of  Hospice of Chattanooga for their care and kindness.  In lieu of flowers,  please celebrate Gene’s memory by donating to Hospice of Chattanooga,  4411 Oakwood Drive, Chattanooga, TN  37343.

In keeping with Gene’s wishes for not  having a formal visitation or memorial service, the family request you  not dwell on the sadness of his passing but remember the good times you  shared with him throughout his lifetime.

Arrangements are by Hamilton Funeral Home & Cremation Services, 4506 Hixson Pike, Hixson

In memory of our compatriot

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Eras Anthony “Tony “ Mines

Eras Anthony “Tony “ Mines died peacefully at home on Sunday morning,  October 13, 2019, after a valiant battle against acute myeloid leukemia.    Tony was currently serving as the president of the National Art  Materials Trade Association [NAMTA], an Advisory Board member for the  Charles H. Coolidge National Medal of Honor Heritage Center and an elder  at Lookout Valley Presbyterian Church. He was a member of the John  Sevier Chapter, National Society Sons of the American Revolution, the  Vietnam Veterans of America, Chapter # 203 and the Disabled Veterans of  America, Robert Loveday Memorial Chapter, # 6.