Roberson guest speaker for the Civitan Club
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Dr. Eddie Roberson, whose family roots go back to Bradley County before the turn of the 20th century, was the guest speaker for the Civitan Club meeting. Roberson is the current president of Regulatory Partners in Hendersonville and former chairman of the Tennessee Regulatory Authority.  He is the son of the Rev. Marshall Roberson and has written a book about his father’s ministry, especially that of his appointment as prison chaplain.  Marshall has been the Cleveland Civitan chaplain for over 15 years and the club honored his tenure with a dedication plaque, as well as asking his son to dedicate the new book, “The Chaplain on Death Row.” Many of Marshall’s family and friends attended the dedication at the Club’s noon luncheon at the Mountain View Inn. From left are Civitans Dr. Lindsay Hathcock, Veronica Fox, the Rev. Marshall Roberson and wife, Dorothy, and son, Dr. Eddie Roberson
Dr. Eddie Roberson, whose family roots go back to Bradley County before the turn of the 20th century, was the guest speaker for the Civitan Club meeting. Roberson is the current president of Regulatory Partners in Hendersonville and former chairman of the Tennessee Regulatory Authority. He is the son of the Rev. Marshall Roberson and has written a book about his father’s ministry, especially that of his appointment as prison chaplain. Marshall has been the Cleveland Civitan chaplain for over 15 years and the club honored his tenure with a dedication plaque, as well as asking his son to dedicate the new book, “The Chaplain on Death Row.” Many of Marshall’s family and friends attended the dedication at the Club’s noon luncheon at the Mountain View Inn. From left are Civitans Dr. Lindsay Hathcock, Veronica Fox, the Rev. Marshall Roberson and wife, Dorothy, and son, Dr. Eddie Roberson
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Dr. Eddie Roberson, whose family roots go back to Bradley County before the turn of the 20th century, was the guest speaker for the Civitan Club meeting. Roberson is the current president of Regulatory Partners in Hendersonville and former chairman of the Tennessee Regulatory Authority. He is the son of the Rev. Marshall Roberson and has written a book about his father’s ministry, especially that of his appointment as prison chaplain. Marshall has been the Cleveland Civitan chaplain for over 15 years and the club honored his tenure with a dedication plaque, as well as asking his son to dedicate the new book, “The Chaplain on Death Row.” Many of Marshall’s family and friends attended the dedication at the Club’s noon luncheon at the Mountain View Inn. From left are Civitans Dr. Lindsay Hathcock, Veronica Fox, the Rev. Marshall Roberson and wife, Dorothy, and son, Dr. Eddie Roberson