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Obituary - Barbara Ann Harlin

Barbara Ann Nunnally Harlin, 84, of Nashville, Tenn., passed away Nov. 19, 2010 in her home with family at her side.

Mrs. Harlin was an accomplished Juanita Greene Parks artist. For many years, she and her friends painted in a small house on what is now the Park at Harlinsdale Farm on Franklin Road.

She was a member of the Centennial Club, member of the Robert Carwright Chapter of the DAR, Colonial Dames and an avid gardener, as well as a member of Brentwood Hills Church of Christ.

She is survived by her husband of 63 years, William W. "Bill" Harlin, Jr. of Nashville, Tenn; sons, William W. "Wirt" (Tracey) Harlin, III, of College Grove, Tenn. and Clayton T. (Faye) Harlin, Sr. of Franklin, Tenn. daughter, Mary Camille Harlin of Nashville, Tenn. Grandchildren, William W. (Kelly) Harlin IV, Thomas E. (Laura) Harlin, Mary Camille "Mimi" Hickerson, 2nd Lt. James Wright Harlin Hickerson, Anna Bethany Harlin (Steve) DuPerrieu, Capt. Clayton Talbot (Ashley) Harlin, Jr. & Meredith Grace Harlin (Capt. Joel) Lomsasney; and many great grandchildren.

Walter Leaver will officiate the services. Visitation is scheduled for Sunday from 3:00-7:00p.m. and two hours prior to service on Monday. Services will begin at 1:00p.m., Monday, Nov. 22, 2010 at Williamson Memorial Funeral Home.

Memorials may be made to Alive Hospice, Nashville Rescue Mission Women's Shelter or Happy Tales Humane Society.

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