A funeral service for Vanleer Volunteer Fire Department Assistant Chief Alan Scott Faircloth will be at noon Saturday at First Baptist Church in Dickson. 28-year-old Faircloth died Tuesday from injuries suffered in a motorcycle accident last week. Faircloth had been a volunteer with the Vanleer department since he was 15 years old and previously worked for the Dickson Fire Department. He was an EMT and was working as a technician at Baptist Hospital while he was studying nursing at Columbia State Community College. A Maryville, Tennessee, native, Faircloth and his wife Alyssa were injured May 8 when their motorcycle struck a deer on Sylvia Road. Visitation with the family will be 1-8 pm Friday at Taylor Funeral Home and then 10 am-noon Saturday at First Baptist Church where his service will be with Dr. Ted Denny officiating. Burial rites and honors will be observed at Union Cemetery following the service and burial will be in the Parrott Cemetery in Slayden. In addition to his wife Alyssa, Faircloth is survived by his mother and step-father, father, a brother, two sisters and his wife’s family. For those desiring, memorials may be made to the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation, a Maryland-based non-profit organization founded by Congress in 1992.