Funeral Services To Be Held In Nashville For Songwriter Gerald House
July 8, 2011 at 1:53 PM (PT)
Songwriter GERALD HOUSE, also known as JERRY and TUBMAN, passed away on TUESDAY, JULY 5th at the age of 69. GERALD first sang on the GRAND OLE OPRY stage at the age of 16. He spent his working career in the printing business and he wrote Country songs, some of which were made popular by MEL TILLIS and other artists.
He also spent a decade learning the art of violin making. He has authored books and invented “Dial-A-Chord,” a way to learn the musical “NASHVILLE Number System.”
He is survived by his wife, FAYE BOOTH HOUSE, his son MICHAEL, daughter LISA, and several grandchildren.
Funeral services will held TOMORROW (7/9) at 3p (CT) at WOODBINE FUNERAL HOME in NASHVILLE. Visitation is TODAY (7/8) from 4p to 8p (CT) and TOMORROW from 2p to 3p (CT).