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Fairview man held in fatality

The Review Appeal (Franklin, Tenn.), Wednesday, June 25, 2003
By Chris Kirk, Staff Intern of The Review Appeal

A Nashville woman was killed Sunday morning on Highway 100 when a man believed to be drunk struck her motorcycle, the Tennessee Highway Patrol reported.

Trooper Gill Smith, who investigated the 10:30 a.m. accident near Fairview, said Sherri A. Glover, 33, of Nashville was riding her Kawasaki Ninja motorcycle westbound on Highway 100. She was struck near the Spencer Mill Road intersection by a 1992 Chevy pickup driven by Jimmy L. Nall, 46, of Fairview, Smith said. Nall was not wearing a seat belt and apparently had been drinking, the officer said.

Nall's pickup, headed eastbound, crossed the center line and hit Glover head-on, Smith said. She was wearing a helmet but died on the scene.

Nall was arrested for vehicular homicide, DUI and violation of the state's open container law. He remains in the Williamson County Criminal Justice Center in lieu of posting $250,000 bond.

Glover worked at Belmont University as a project manager for the University Marketing and Communications Department. Before that, she worked at Belmont's School of Music and in the Office of Student Affairs.

"We were shocked and saddened to learn of the tragic death of Sherri Glover," said Greg Pillon, Belmont director of communications. "Sherri spent eight years at Belmont working in many areas of the university and touched the lives of faculty, staff and students throughout the Belmont community. She will be greatly missed."



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