Sevierville

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Golf the Sevierville Golf ClubThe Sevierville Golf Club features two magnificent courses. The Highlands, a par 70 that winds through lush rolling hills and fresh water mountain ponds an The River, a par 72 that plays along and across the Little Pigeon River. The fast, Bentgrass greens are surrounded by zoysia and are offered up from lush Bermuda fairways. Both courses are a true challenge and provide excellent views of the Great Smoky Mountains. Come Golf the Sevierville Golf Club

The “Best In The Smokies” golf packages include:

  1. Unlimited Green Fees Per Person Per Day
  2. Club Storage
  3. Special Replay Rates
  4. Accommodations

For tee times and package information please call us at 1-888-710-1388 or email at golf@seviervilletn.org.

Or visit us online at www.SeviervilleGolf.com

View the Sevierville Golf Club Guide here

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Mayor Atchley’s Procession Route Set, Residents Invited to View at City Hall

The procession route proceeding from Mayor Atchley’s funeral service at First Baptist Church to his interment at Atchley’s Seymour Memorial Gardens has been finalized.

The funeral service is scheduled to begin at 2:00PM this Sunday, December 16. At the conclusion of the service, the procession will leave First Baptist Church and turn left (north) onto the Parkway; turn right (east) onto Bruce Street; turn left (north) onto Gary Wade Boulevard; and turn left (west) onto Dolly Parton Parkway/Main Street and proceed to Seymour on Chapman Highway.

Residents are invited to view the procession and pay their respects to Mayor Atchley and his family at City Hall as the procession moves past and turns onto Dolly Parton Parkway.

It is anticipated that the procession will approach City Hall on Bruce Street between 2:45PM-3:15PM. To avoid stopped traffic and lane closures, it is recommended that residents arrive at City Hall no later than 2:40PM.
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Mayor Atchley’s Life of Service

Bryan C. Atchley embodied the spirit of service. You don’t have to go far in Sevierville to hear someone tell of how he helped the city, their organization, or them personally.

His dedication and service to the City of Sevierville is unparalleled. First elected as an alderman in 1979, he became mayor in 1995 and served in that capacity until his passing on Sunday, December 9, 2018. Along the way, he found time to serve as a chairman, president or member on numerous boards and committees, including Walters State Community College, Sevier County Relay for Life, Mountain Hope Good Shepard Clinic, First Baptist Church of Sevierville, Sevier County United Way, Sevierville Lions Club, Sevier County High School Football Boosters, Sevierville/Sevier County Volunteer Fire Department, and Sevierville Little League Baseball Association.

“Mayor Atchley was Sevierville to the core,” said Sevierville City Administrator Russell Treadway. “From coaching youth baseball to being Mayor, and everything in between, he exemplified public service and proved there are hundreds of ways to serve one’s community. He was a great Mayor. He was extremely supportive of the City Administrator, department heads, and all employees. I will miss him as our Mayor and I will miss him as my friend.”

Mayor Atchley led the city through a period of tremendous economic growth and oversaw many significant public improvements including building of the new City Hall and Police Station, Smokies Stadium, Convention Center, two golf courses, expansion of the city’s greenway system, and bringing the Tennessee Smokies Double-A Minor League Baseball team to Sevierville. Among his awards and accolades, his excellence as a mayor was recognized in 2013 when he was named Tennessee’s Mayor of the Year by the Tennessee Municipal League. He was also named the Sevierville Citizen of the Year in 2017 by the Chamber of Commerce.

“There aren’t enough adjectives and words to describe all of Bryan Atchley’s good qualities,” said Sevierville Vice Mayor Robbie Fox. “The City of Sevierville has lost a true servant leader, who has left a legacy that will live for many, many years to come. Bryan will be sadly missed as our Mayor and as a close friend.”

His professional career was in the medical field and culminated as Administrator of the Sevier County Health Care Center.

He was married to his wife Cherie for 34 years until her passing in 2005, also from cancer. He is survived by son Bryan Atchley, Jr. and daughter in law Kristi Atchley; daughter Ann Marie Atchley; granddaughters Ansley and Jo Jo Atchley; mother Emma Atchley; sister Barbara Atchley; brothers and sisters-in-law Bill and Sally Atchley, Bob and Norma Atchley, Brent Atchley, Bruce and Sheila Atchley. Complete obituary is available at atchleyfuneralhome.com).

Visitation is Saturday, December 15 from 2PM-6PM at Atchley’s Funeral Home (118 East Main Street, Sevierville). Service is 2PM Sunday, December 16 at First Baptist Church-Sevierville (317 Parkway, Sevierville). Graveside service is 3PM at Seymour Memory Gardens (122 Peacock Court, Seymour).

In lieu of flowers, please make donations in memory of Mayor Atchley to Sevier County High School (SCHS), c/o Bryan Atchley, Jr., 1200 Dolly Parton Parkway, Sevierville, TN 37862 or the American Cancer Society, 871 Weisgarber Road, Knoxville, TN 37909.

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Mayor Atchley with family, left to right: daughter Ann Marie Atchley, granddaughter Jo Jo Atchley, son Bryan Atchley, Jr., granddaughter Ansley Atchley, daughter in law Kristi Atchley.
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A very special man that will be greatly missed by his city and most of all missed by his family! RIP.

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