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'''Wayne B. Rasco''' (born [[December 7]], [[1941]]; died [[December 19]], [[2011]] in Gatlinburg, Tennessee) was publisher of the ''[[Shelby County Reporter]]'', having started out as a typesetter and sales representative for the paper. He was also a former Scoutmaster for the [[Boy Scouts of America]].
 
'''Wayne B. Rasco''' (born [[December 7]], [[1941]]; died [[December 19]], [[2011]] in Gatlinburg, Tennessee) was publisher of the ''[[Shelby County Reporter]]'', having started out as a typesetter and sales representative for the paper. He was also a former Scoutmaster for the [[Boy Scouts of America]].
  

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Wayne Rasco

Wayne B. Rasco (born December 7, 1941; died December 19, 2011 in Gatlinburg, Tennessee) was publisher of the Shelby County Reporter, having started out as a typesetter and sales representative for the paper. He was also a former Scoutmaster for the Boy Scouts of America.

Rasco, a long-time Columbiana resident, died during a family vacation in Tennessee. He is buried at Pine Lawn Gardens in Columbiana.

References

  • Boatwright, Christine (December 20, 2011) "‘Father’ of Columbiana passes away." Shelby County Reporter