Condolence & Memory Journal

Sorry for your loss. I never met Mr Gragg, but I always wanted to. I heard many good things about him and found the stories to be interesting. Keeping the Gragg family in my prayers...

Posted by Mike Goosetree - Springfield, TN   June 07, 2013

I'm sorry to hear about Billy passing, he was a good man. I will Keep you and your family in my prayers.

Posted by Linda Blackburn - Lebanon, TN - friend   May 25, 2013

Jeff, I am sorry to hear of your father's death. My thoughts and prayers are with you at this time.
Rodney J. Wachter, D.C.

Posted by Rodney J. Wachter, D.C. - Springfield, TN - friend   May 24, 2013


james & sandi maynard would like to say good-bye to a friend we have known for a long time.billy helped us get through some rough times.our hearts go out to his family.

Posted by james maynard - clarksville, TN - friends   May 23, 2013

Jeff, I am so sorry for your family's loss. I know how hard this is and the pain you must be feeling. I pray God will guide you through the coming days and help you deal with everything.

Posted by Beverly Henderson Lawnduski - Goodlettsville, TN - Friend   May 23, 2013

Jeff and Family,

I am so sorry for your loss. You are in my thoughts and prayers.

Posted by Gwen Barnes    May 23, 2013

Billy will be remembered as a good friend. He and my dad worked together at the woolen mill for many years. I first met Billy in 1976 when I was a deputy. He was always humerous and fun to be around. I will miss him..Mike Martin

Posted by Mike Martin - SPRINGFIELD, TN - FRIEND   May 23, 2013

So sorry for you loss, Mr. Billy was a good man, he treated everyone justly. He will be missed. He has joined the reins of heaven with friends like my dad Ernest Knight and many others that have gone before him. May God comfort you all in this time of grief. Thanks for sharing him, Carolyn Knight Goodwin.

Posted by Carolyn Knight Goodwin - Greenbrier, TN - friend   May 23, 2013

I knew Billy all of my life, and was proud that he was a friend of mine. We grew up together on 21st, and even though he was a bit older than I, we were lifelong friends. I admired Billy, and thought very much of his family. I once had a long talk with him about the South Town Rinky Dink book, and he was as outspoken about our old stomping ground as I am. He gave me a story to put in the book, and loved the manuscript copy I gave him. He was a good man to have as a friend, and we never failed to share a laugh or two each time we met. He will be missed, and was one of the last of a dying breed, a true Rinky Dink. RIP Billy, I will remember you always. Don Harpe

Posted by Do Harp - Ellijay, GA - Old family friend   May 22, 2013