|Sunday, May 19, 2013|
|Small town helps bury two children, but questions remain|
By Tony Gonzalez and Chas Sisk|
RED BOILING SPRINGS, TENN. — Derek and Sherry Head
live down a gravel driveway that forks in two directions. The short path
goes to their small white home, and the other runs up the hill to the
Clementsville Cemetery. They buried two of their children there last
Beneath black headstones, they first buried their 407-pound
son, Adam, 15, and then their daughter, Tamara, who suffered from cystic
fibrosis for 14 years — two children whose dire medical conditions had
raised concerns and sympathies across the small community.
Read the full story at Tennessean.com.
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