Tennessee State Representative Johnny Shaw presented Hardeman County Mayor Willie Spencer with a proclamation recognizing his service as county mayor.Pictured, (l-r), Hardeman County Mayor Willie Spencer, Dixie Spencer, Kathy Ledbetter and Scott Ledbetter.Pictured, (l-r), Hardeman County Commissioners Elvis White, Viscen Morrow and Major Wilburn; Hornsby Mayor Mack Carter, Jr.; Hardeman County Mayor Willie Spencer; Tennessee State Representative Johnny Shaw; Hardeman County Clerk Jerry Armstrong; and Hardeman County Assessor of Property Josh Pulse.Hardeman County Mayor Willie Spencer was joined by family for his appreciation banquet. Pictured, front row, (l-r), Willie Hunter, Brandon Spencer and Larry Harris. Back row, (l-r), are Eunice Spencer, Linda Price, Bill Irons, Karen Hunter, Florida Irons, Brenda Long, Herbert Cummings, Adrienne Cummings, Dixie Spencer, Percy Hunter, Willie Spencer, Barbara Hunter, Yolanda Giddens, Reagan Spencer, Taylor Spencer, Brandi Spencer, Carolyn Morrow, Stephanie Harris, Breanna Giddens, Debora Spencer and Hugh Spenc

Hardeman County Mayor Willie Spencer honored for service

“You didn’t lose the election, Hardeman County lost. You didn’t make a mistake, the voters made a mistake,” said Tennessee State Representative Johnny Shaw as he addressed the almost  200 people who gathered at the National Guard Armory on Saturday, August 23 to honor outgoing Hardeman County Mayor Willie Spencer.  To view more, please log in or subscribe to the digital edition.