UPDATE: WGNS Host, former Sheriff, Truman Jones Surgery Successful



UPDATE: WGNS Host, former Sheriff, Truman Jones Surgery Successful | Truman Jones, hospital, NewsRadio WGNS, Murfreesboro news

Truman with Dan Whittle on his first show, January 4th, 2011.

Truman Jones heart surgery went well. The former sheriff and WGNS talk show host underwent heart bypass surgery Thursday at a Nashville hospital.

His family reports Truman did well as he had triple bypass surgery.

He will be in the hospital for a few days before then coming back to Murfreesboro for recovery.

Please continue to keep him in your thoughts and prayers as he recovers. If you'd like to send him a get well wish, you can mail or email Truman here at the radio station . . .

MAIL TO:
Truman Jones
NewsRadio WGNS
306 South Church Street
Murfreesboro, TN 37130

EMAIL:
news@wgnsradio.com


REPORTED 9-21-16

Local radio host and former Sheriff Truman Jones faces a battle. On his Wednesday show, guest host Dan Whittle spoke of his friend's heart issues...

Truman is set to have heart bypass surgery on Thursday in a Nashville hospital.

NewsRadio WGNS' Bart Walker, who went through a similar heart-related situation a few years ago, offers suggestions on what we can all do to help Truman...

Truman Jones began his radio show on NewsRadio WGNS January 4th, 2011, after serving decades as sheriff of Rutherford County. He just two weeks ago lost his wife of 50-plus years, Jackie.

If you'd like to send Truman and his family a card, you can mail it to us here at the radio station. We'll also send any well wishes emailed to us to Truman as well.

MAIL TO:
NewsRadio WGNS
306 South Church Street
Murfreesboro, TN 37130

EMAIL:
news@wgnsradio.com


REPORTED ON TUESDAY, 9-20-16

Truman Jones, the former sheriff, who hosts "The Truman Show" weekdays on NewsRadio WGNS is in the hospital. He was taken to the St. Thomas Rutherford emergency room Tuesday with heart-related symptoms. He actually called into his show to give listeners an update...

Truman has since been taken to a Nashville hospital where he's awaiting surgery in the next couple of days.

Many concerned listeners have called into the radio station asking about their favorite radio host. We will certainly pass along any news about his condition when we get it. Please keep Truman in your thoughts and prayers as he goes through this medical procedure.