“We Lost Hollywood” -John Head Sr. Has Died, He Was 76

“We Misplaced Hollywood” -John Head Sr. Has Died, He Was 76

SPRINGFIELD TENNESSEE: (Smokey Barn Information) – John R. Head, Sr., higher know as “Hollywood,” has died, he was 76.  Hollywood, a businessman, and entrepreneur, was a fixture within the Springfield space, identified for his enterprise acumen and pleasant demeanor, and naturally, the automobile.

Hollywood died on Monday, Might 17, 2021, at Tennova Healthcare in Clarksville, Tennessee.  Born December 23, 1944, Hollywood was a twin to the late Isaiah and Nevian Heard.

Hollywood acquired his schooling within the Clarksville Montgomery County Faculty System. He was a member of Higher Whites Chapel CME the place he sang within the choir.  He loved pitching horseshoes, household gatherings and detailing automobiles.  “He was a happy-go-lucky one that didn’t meet a stranger,” his household stated.

Smokey Barn Information’ cameras encountered Hollywood in nearly each parade in Robertson County. Rolling alongside in his lovely pristine black customized Ford, he was unattainable to overlook. Hollywood would not often miss a parade. In a quick impromptu drive-by interview within the 2015 Robertson County Truthful parade, Hollywood stated, “31 years as we speak.” Click on right here to observe the interview on YouTube.

For those who met Hollywood when you’d keep in mind him. Make sure you share your favourite Hollywood reminiscence with us on Fb.

He leaves behind: his youngsters, Nervian Head, John Head, Mario (Kim) Miles, Charles (Lashawn) Jones Jr. and Shelita Jones; devoted companion for forty plus years, Janice Jones; fourteen grandchildren and 4 great-grandchildren.

Viewing and Visitation can be Saturday, Might 22, 2021, at Mt. Olive Missionary Baptist Church from 9:00 am-12:00 pm with funeral providers to comply with at 12:00 pm.

Officiant; Interment is in Restlawn Memorial Backyard. W. D. Crowder Funeral Dwelling accountable for preparations.

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