Julian, Jordan Leigh

GPS Graduate Was Graphics Design Major At UTC

Saturday, December 29, 2012
Jordan Julian
Jordan Julian

Jordan Leigh Julian, 23, of Hixson, Tennessee, died in a single-car accident on December 28, 2012.

Jordan was born in Chattanooga on Aug. 20, 1989, and was a graduate of Bright School and Girls Preparatory School ’07, where she was a member of Terpsichord dance ensemble and the GPS- McCallie Coordinate Programs/Theater Arts Program, Candlelight Chorus, Crew, and Bowling League. She attended UTC where she was a graphics design major and a member of Alpha Delta Pi  Soriority. She was presently employed by Red Lobster of Hixson.

Jordan is survived by her parents, Ken and Tricia Julian of Hixson; two younger brothers, Joe and Jack Julian of Hixson; grandparents, Joseph and Pat Smith of Harrison; great-grandparents, Jim, Sr. and Johnnie Julian of Jacksonville, Fla.; aunts and uncles, Dr. Robin and Vicki Smith of Ooltewah, Johnny and Beth (Tuta) Phillips of Signal Mountain; David and Iris Julian of Virginia Beach, Va.; Alan and Gina Julian of Roanoke; cousins, Brooke ( Andy) Moore of Lookout Mountain, and daughter, Isabella.

The family will receive friends from 5-8 p.m. on Sunday, Dec. 30, at Chattanooga Funeral Home – North Chapel.

The family has requested that the funeral service and interment be private. Dr. Doug Fairbanks of 1st Centenary UMC will be officiating and Youth Director Troy Hamilton speaking.

In lieu of flowers, please donate to the charity of your choice in Jordon Julian’s name.

Arrangements are by the Chattanooga Funeral Home Crematory and Florist, North Chapel, Highway 153, Hixson, Tn. 37343. 

Please share your thoughts and memories at www.ChattanoogaNorthChapel.com.


Jackson, Tommy Hugh

Tommy Hugh Jackson, 69, of Chattanooga, died on Wednesday, July 23, 2014.  He grew up in Red Bank, graduated from Red Bank High School in 1962 and received his bachelor's and master’s degrees at the University of Chattanooga, now UTC. He played basketball throughout his high school and college years.  Tommy had a 39-year career with Provident and enjoyed the people ... (click for more)

Gamble, Roy Cleveland

Roy Cleveland Gamble, 55, of Soddy Daisy, TN, passed away on Wednesday, July 23, 2014 at his home. Roy worked as a dry wall installer for many years. He was preceded in death by his parents, James and Zelma Gamble; and brothers, Jimi and Ronnie Gamble.  Survivors include his wife, Vivian Gamble; sons, Jeremy and Timothy "Tim" Gamble; brothers, John Henry, ... (click for more)

Vanpelt, Catherine (Summerville)

Catherine Vanpelt, 88, of Summervile, GA, passed away Tuesday, July 22, in the local nursing home.  A Gordon County native, She was born on February 7, 1926 to the late Arch and Arrie Beck Reed. Mrs. Vanpelt was retired from the sewing department of Mars Glove, in LaFayette. She was preceded in death by her husbands, Ray Vanpelt and J.C. Miller; a daughter; and sisters, ... (click for more)

Elleman, Wanda Sue Dempsey (Whitwell)

Wanda Sue Dempsey Elleman, 64, of Whitwell, TN, died Wednesday, July 23, 2014.  She was a member of Whitwell Seventh-Day Adventist Church.  She was preceded in in death by husband, Danny Elleman; father, Elbert Dempsey; and grandson, Jonathan Carter.  She is survived by two daughters, Frances Carter, Whitwell and Elizabeth King, South Pittsburg; five sons, ... (click for more)

EPB Files With FCC To Expand TV, Phone, Internet Offerings Outside Electric Service Area

 EPB announced Thursday that it has filed a petition to the FCC "in an effort to respond to neighboring communities’ requests for access to the company’s gigabit enabled high-speed Internet service." Officials said, "EPB offers high-speed Internet access, video programming and voice services using a fiber optic communications network that allows the company to deliver these ... (click for more)

Black Creek Developers Say They "Followed The Rules" On $9 Million TIF: To Continue Project

The developers of the Black Creek project at Aetna Mountain said Thursday they "complied precisely by the rules when we applied for and received approval of the TIF district." Doug Stein said the group plans to continue on with the project, which he said earlier would include the creation of a small town on a huge undeveloped tract on the mountain above Black Creek (formerly ... (click for more)