Dave Bratcher, The Jackson Sun

Dave Bratcher

The Jackson Sun

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Past articles by Dave:

Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious: The life of Nancy Rahm

When was the last time you heard the word supercalifragilisticexpialidocious? If you knew Nancy Rahm, it was likely heard the last time you saw her and asked how her show was doing. For those of you who knew her, you know she lived life through the lens of fantastic. She valued every moment and looked to share this vision with thousands of students, her family, and all those lucky enough to call… → Read More

'Jackson's Still My Home' a song we can rally 'round

Jackson’s Still My Home Do those words mean anything to you? If you attended the Chamber of Commerce Annual Celebration they would. This past Thursday, an anthem for Jackson, Tennessee was released. Hopefully you have had a chance to hear it by now, if not, I put it on my website (). While the song is excellent, its value surpasses the short term feelings created from the captivating lyrics of… → Read More

Dave Bratcher: Monopoly reminds us, 'No pain, no gain'

When was the last time you played Monopoly? A few weeks ago, we had a multi-day adventure of the classic board game. → Read More

The importance of fall

As the trees prepare for colder weather, we should be doing the same. → Read More

A lesson learned while fishing

Success can be the biggest hurdle to sustaining it. → Read More

We are all salespeople

The power of “fell, felt, found” has applications throughout our lives. → Read More

The benefits of boring

Wake up every day with the goal of being a little better tomorrow than you were today. → Read More

Putting knowledge to good use

The world is counting on us to make an impact. → Read More

Some words on customer service

When customers are marginalized, the need to service them will quickly disappear. → Read More

The legacy left behind by ‘Cousin Tuny’

From her television show to telethons, Doris Freeman devoted her life to seeing children smile, regardless of their circumstances. → Read More

Some thoughts on back to school

This season is very exciting, scary, and sad. → Read More

Wrong decisions hurt, but...

You know the feeling, where nothing can done to remove it from your brain. → Read More

Can breaking news break us?

When things are happening around the world, let us refocus on those we can help. → Read More

A reminder to love your neighbors

It is only from the foundation of love that we can truly have hope or see our faith manifested. → Read More

Just maybe, our grass is green enough

Instead of worrying about what we don’t have or where we aren’t, let’s be thankful for where we are. → Read More

The many emotions felt on Memorial Day

Each of our stories are different but they all have one thing in common. → Read More

Lessons learned from little Noah Chamberlin

Noah taught us that we can come together for a common purpose. Noah taught us love. → Read More