21st Judicial District

Hickman, Lewis, Perry and Williamson Counties

 

              CRIMINAL

 

        CHILD SUPPORT

  
            Honorable Kim R. Helper
            District Attorney General
            421 Main Street
            P.O. Box 937
            Franklin, TN  37065-0937

            Phone:  (615) 794-7275
            Fax:      (615) 794-7299

            AA: Terry Hornbuckle  (615) 790-4425
            VWC: Pamela Taylor
            Investigator: Barry Carroll


                     HOHENWALD
                     481 E. Main Street
                     P.O. Box 366
                     Hohenwald, TN  38462

                     Phone: (931) 796-3450
                     Fax: (931) 796-7634

                     CENTERVILLE
                     104 College Street
                     Hickman County Courthouse
                     Centerville, TN  37033

                     Phone: (931) 729-6980  

Ronald Leo Davis - 21st Judicial District Attorney General  

1998 - 2008

DAVIS, Mr. Ronald Leo Age 62 of Franklin. March 15, 2008. District Attorney General for the 21st Judicial District since 1998; former Metro Nashville Police officer; retired U.S. Coast Guard Reserve Captain after 36 years of military service; past President of Williamson County Bar Association; Chairman of the Board and Founder of the Williamson County Child Advocacy Center. Loving husband, father, brother, friend and community leader. Survived by wife, Brenda Davis; son, Ronald Lee (Melissa) Winters all of Franklin, TN; grandchildren, Damon, Torri and Shiloh Winters; step daughter, Karen (Mark) Allen of Atlanta, GA; sister, Pattie Denise (Lee) Presley and children Heather and Brian of Duluth, GA; mother-in-law, Jimmie Johnson of Birmingham. Funeral services will be conducted 11 a.m., Wednesday, March 19, 2008 at Brentwood United Methodist Church with Dr. Howard Olds officiating. Interment Williamson Memorial Gardens. Active Pallbearers: Assistant District Attorneys and Investigators; godson, J. Douglas Sloan. Honorary Pallbearers: District Attorney Office Staff and Board of Directors of Child Advocacy Center. Memorials may be made to Williamson County Child Advocacy Center. Visitation will be one hour prior to service at the church on Wednesday and from 11 a.m. til 8 p.m. on Tuesday at WILLIAMSON MEMORIAL FUNERAL HOME.


General Ronald L. Davis                  DTF Asst. D.A. Sean Duddy