|Anita Dawn Blackwell, 25, of Shelbyville, Illnois, died Aug. 7, 2001.|
She was employed by Fedders Corporation in Effingham and a member of Boilermakers Union #1055, Effingham.
She is survived by her parents David and Katherine Jones of Austin; two daughters, Ashli Renee and Brittany Marie Blackwell of Shelbyville, Ill.; sister Carolyn Volz of North Little Rock; brother Michael Jones of Grand Forks, North Dakota; grandparents Williams L. and Donna J. Hicks of Cabot.
Funeral was Aug. 11 at Moore's Jacksonville Funeral Home Chapel with Interment in Chapel Hill Memorial Park.; csh8/15/2001
|Blackwood||Franklin||Franklin D. Blackwood, 65, of Cabot, died Wednesday, June 17, 1998.|
He was a Christian, a loving husband, a wonderful father and an incredible grandfather. Better known as "Pap," Blackwood was a member of the First Baptist Church at Cabot.
He is survived by his wife of 43 years, Sylvia Blackwood; a son and daughter-in-law, Steven Blackwood and his wife, Cindi; a daughter and son-in-law, Sharon Eagle and her husband, Paul; four grandchildren, which were the light of his life, Matt Eagle, Jason Eagle, Alex Blackwood and Ariel Blackwood, all of Cabot; and a sister, Christine Weeks of Ward.
Funeral services were held at Westbrook Funeral Home in Beebe, with Dr. Del Medlin officiating. Burial was in Sylvania Cemetery under the direction of Westbrook Funeral Home.
It is requested memorials be made to Cabot First Baptist Church Building Fund, P.O. Box 1023, Cabot, Ark. 72023; csh6/24/98
|Aline Erwin Blakey was born into the loving family of Jennie and Harvey Erwin in Prescott, Ark., on March 13, 1917, and departed this life on July 26, 2002.|
She was preceded in death by her husband of 55 years, Edward A. Blakey; two brothers, Carl and Leo Erwin; five sisters, Maudine Kozlowski, Faye Shawhan, Geneva Chapman, Mary Lou Pownall and Ella Erwin.
She is survived by two daughter and their husbands, Joan and Jim Wilson and Pat and Larry High, all of Cabot, and one son and his wife don and Deb Blakey of North Little Rock. She is also survived by three grandsons and two great-children.
Aline and Ed met in San Francisco where Ed was serving his country in the Navy. He was soon dispatched to Pearl Harbor where Aline joined him. The bond that developed between these two newlyweds was forever forged with the devastation of Pearl Harbor. After returning to the state of her birth in 1953, she and Ed opened Blake's TV in downtown North Little Rock. After 20 years of building a successful business, she and Ed sold the store to the son, Don, who has continued the "Mom and Pop" ideals that were so basic to their family.
Aline maintained good health well into her late seventies by playing tennis with her grandsons, tending her beloved cows from the seat of her John Deere and giving the rest of her family advice on Bridge stratgy and picking up a ten pin in bowling.
The strength and spirit of our mom will forever be remembered and her spirit and joy of life will continue through her children and grandchildren.
A memorial service was held Sunday, July 28, at Cabot Funeral Home Chapel with Bro. Dean Liewis officiating. Burial was in Mt. Carmel Cemetery in Cabot.
Pallbearers were sons-in-law Jim Wilson and Larry High; grandsons, Farrell Wilson, Brooks Blakey and Laird High; and longime family friend, Gary Olson.
A gift of remembrance may be made to the Alzheimer's Arkansas Association, 10411 W. Markham, Suite 130, Little Rock, Ark; 72205. Arrangements were by Cabot Funeral Home; csh7/31/2002
|Bland||Rudie C.||Rudie C. Bland, 73, of North Little Rock died Jan 4, 1998.|
He was a retired salesman from the Capitol Ford New Holland Co.
Survivors include his wife, Marcilee Williams Bland; a son, Joe Bland of Sherwood; a daughter, Judi Glover of McRae; 10 grandchildren; and nine great-grandchildren.
Funeral was Jan 7 at Roller-Owens Funeral Home Chapel by Larry Ballard, with burial in Concord Cemetery.
Memorials may be made to the Concord Cemetery Fund.; csh1/7/98
|Loyd "Butch" Blankenship Jr., 44, of Cabot died Sept. 21.2002.|
Survivors include his mother, Mary Blankenship of Cabot; brothers Allan and Charles, both of Cabot.
A graveside service was held Tuesday at Mt. Carmel Cemetery, Cabot, by Moore's Jacksonville Funeral Home. Memorials may be made to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, 1100 N. University Ave., Little Rock 72207; csh 9/25/2002
|Irma Herron Blanks, aged 94, died August 16, 2000, at Golden Years Manor Nursing Home, Lonoke, Ark.|
She played piano and organ in Methodist churches in Lonoke and Hamburg, Ark. In 1969, she retired from Blanks Insurance Agency and moved to Cabot. She was a member and organist of Hope Presbyterian Church in Cabot.
She is survived by three sisters, Jean Hadley of Denham Springs, La., and Tony Rowe of Lonoke; her daughter, Carolyn Park of Cabot; her son, Gregory P. Blanks of West Hills, Calif.; five grandchildren and one great-grandson.
Graveside services were August 19 at the Hamburg Cemetery with Rev. Dan Stitt officiating. Arrangements were by Griffin Leggett-Rest Hills Funeral Home, North Little Rock; csh8/23/2000
|Blann||Henrietta||Henrietta Blann, 80, of Williford died June 25, 1997.|
Funeral was June 28 at the Lonoke Baptist Church, with burial in Lonoke Cemetery by Tri-County Cherokee Chapel at Hardy.; csh7/2/97
|Blazer||Brett Anthony||Brett Anthony Blazer, 34, of Conway died June 5, 1998.|
He was a resident of the Conway Human Development Center, Conway.
Survivors include his parents, Roy R. and Lenora Blazer of Jacksonville and Patricia Petty of North Little Rock; his grandmother, Larney Mae Stevens of Augusta, S.C.; two sisters, Donna Ballard of Austin and Rita Ward of Orlando, Fla.
Graveside service was June 8 at Chapel Hill Memorial Park in Jacksonville by Moore's Jacksonville Funeral Home.; csh6/10/98
|Blessing||Robert Sr.||Robert Edwin Blessing Sr., aged 71, of Cabot died Oct. 12, 1996.|
He was a retired truck driver.
Survivors include his wife, Mary Blessing of Cabot; two sons, Robert Blessing Jr. of Stuttgart and Randy Phillips of Ward; four daughters, Sandra Bucker of Stuttgart, Janet McKenzie of Ward, Cathy Burns of Corning and Teresa Clopper of Cabot; a brother, Leon Blessing of Jacksonville; a sister, Erma Jean Witten of Cleveland, Texas; 14 grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren.
Funeral was Oct. 14 at Moore's Cabot Funeral Home Chapel. Burial was in Mt. Carmel Cemetery.; csh10/16/96
|Blue||E.C.||E.C Blue, aged 67, of Atkins, formerly of Little Rock, died Wednesday, Dec. 11, 1996.|
He was a retired troubleshooter for the Little Rock Water Works.
Survivors include his daughter, Rita Blue Haynes of Benton; a brother, Artie Lee Blue Jr. of Mabelvale; three sisters, Ella Mae Larkin and Jessie Lou Tucker, both of Lonoke, and Ida Faye Porter of Beebe; and a grandson.
Graveside service was Dec. 14 at the New Rosemont Cemetery in Benton. Roller-Drummond Southwest Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.; csh12/18/96
|Bly||Arba||Arba Mernell White Bly, 72, of Quitman died Feb. 13, 2002.|
She was a retired school teacher.
Survivors include three sons, Kevin Bly of Cabot, Rande Bly of Jacksonville, and Larry Bly of Los Angeles, Calif; brothers, Marvin White and Walter White; her grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
A memorial service will be held at 10.a.m., Feb 23, at the Faith Baptist Church at Quitman. Anrrangements are by Olmstead Funeral Home Inc. of Heber Springs.; csh2/20/2002
|Bolin||Sylvia|| Sylvia Bolin, 62, of Jacksonville died March 9, 2000.|
Survivors include two daughters, Sonia Harrison of Toledo, Ohio, and Linda Boyett of Austin; her mother, Edith Naylor of England; four grandchildren; and a great-granddaughter.
A memorial service was held March 13 at Griffin Leggett-Rest Hills Funeral Home, North Little Rock.; csh3/15/2000
|Bonds||Margretta||Margretta Bonds, 75, of Newport died Wednesday, April 23, 1997.|
She was a member of the Umsted Memorial Methodist Church where she was a member of the Women's Sunday School Class.
Survivors include three sons, Eddie Bonds of Newport, Jimmy Bond of Conway and Rickey Bonds of Cabot; two daughters, Brenda Clampit of Jonesboro and Betty Bonds of Newport; seven grandchildren; and a great grandchild.
Funeral was April 25 at Umsted Memorial Methodist Church, Newport, with burial in Hickory Grove Cemetery by Jackson's Newport Funeral Home.; csh4/30/97
|Margaret L. Bonner, 93, of Lakewood, Wash., died Sept. 24, 2002. She formerly lived in Lonoke and Ward.|
Survivors inclde a son, Johnny Bonner of Spanaway, Wash.; two granddaughters; and a brother, Fred Stewart Jr. of Houston.
Funeral was Saturday in Keever Chapel, Ennis, Texas, with interment in Myrtle Cemetery; csh10/2/2002
|Boston||Carl||Carl(Elbow)Boston of Humnoke died Aug. 23, 1998.|
Survivors include his wife, Ernestine; two sons; a daughter; three brothers; three sisters; and eight grandchildren.
Funeral was Aug. 25 at the Jesus Name Church of Christ by Buddy Looper, with burial in Flynn Cemetery by Turpin Funeral Home of Stuttgart.; csh8/26/98
|Jake Thomas Bowden, 76, of Lonoke died Jan. 30, 1998.|
He was a member of the Church of Christ, a Navy World War II veteran, a commander of the V.F.W., a member of the American Legion, president of the Council on Aging, and a Silver Hair Legislator.
Survivors include his wife, Lucille Roberts Bowden; a son, Jake Thomas "Skip" Bowden of Lonoke; three grandchildren; three brothers, Ruben Bowden of Mio, Mich., Paul Bowden of Jonesboro, and Harold Bowden of Hardy; and a sister, Evelyn Bowden Barham of Monette.
Funeral was Feb. 2 at Boyd Funeral Home Chapel, with burial in the Lonoke Cemetery.
Memorials may be made to Lions World Service for the Blind, or the Lonoke County Council on Aging.; csh2/4/98
|Clara Mae Larkan Bowen died Feb. 22, 2002.|
Survivors include her husband, Bobbie F. Bowen; sons, Larry Schafer and Joseph Thomas Schafer, both of Lonoke; a daughter, Linda Allen of Sherwood; brothers, Clarence Larkan and Troy Larkan, both of Lonoke; a sister, Norel Jameson of Texas; seven grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren.
Funeral was Monday at Boyd Funeral Home Chapel in Lonoke, with interment in Lonoke Cemetery.; csh2/28/2002
|Bowen||Earl||Earl Bowen, 64 of Pahrump, Nev., died Dec. 17, 1997.|
He was a retired flight engineer in the U.S. Air Force, a member of the VFW, American Legion and DAV.
Funeral servie was at the VA Cemetery, Boulder City, Dec. 22, by the Neptune Society of Nye County.
Survivors include his wife, Dorothy Marie Bowen of Pahrump, Nev.; two sons, Earl R. Bowen of Lonoke and Lewis R. Bowen of Mission Viejo, Calif.; a daughter, Laura Bowen of Laguna Nigel, Calif.; three brothers, Wendell Edwards of Salt Lake City, Utah, Reese Bowen of Overton, Nev., and Val Bowen of Helena, Montana; four sisters, Maxine Hill of Boise, Idaho, Mary Joyce Collett of Cameron Park, Calif., Ann Wilson of Carmichael, Calif., and Myrna Atkins of Helena, Montana, and four grandchildren.; csh1/7/98
|Bowie||Penny||Penny Patrice Wallace Bowie, 49, of Cabot, and former resident of Little Rock, died Wednesday, Feb. 20, 2002.|
She was employed by Affiliated Foods for two years before becoming an executive secretary, for over 25 years, for ARKLA, which then became Reliant Energy. She was a member of Second Presbyterian Church in Little Rock.
She is survived by her husband, Linday of Cabot; her mother, Patsy Wallace of Pine Bluff; two brothers, Don Wallace of Pine Bluff and Larry Wallace of Tulsa, Okla.
A memorial service was Saturday, Feb. 23, at Second Presbyterian Church in Little Rock
Memorial may be made to the Arkansas Cancer Research Center.; csh2/28/2002
|Ruby Lee Bowlan, aged 72 of Carlisle died Monday, March 24, 1997.|
Survivors include her husband Tommie Bowlan; six children, Tommy Lee Bowlan, Ronnie Gene Bowlan, Danny Jeff Bowlan, Jimmy Keith Bowlan, Louise Snyder and Bonnie Kay Booth; two brothers, John Jarvis and Dwight Jarvis; two sisters, Mildred Plant and Larose Smith; 10 grand children; and two great-grandchildren.
A memorial service will be held at 2 p.m., Thursday, March 27, at Hamilton Baptist Church. Boyd Funeral Home of Lonoke will be in charge of arrangements.; csh3/26/97
|Rev. Oscar H. Bowman, 96, of Pangburn, formerly of Beebe, died July 7, 1998.|
He was a retired Minister and a member of the First Assembly of God at Pangburn. He pastored several churches in White County.
Survivors include his wife, Irene; three daughters, Mable Nick of Memphis, Elwanda Boone of Beebe and Geneva Stroud of El Paso; a stepdaughter, Willa Head of Pangburn; 27 grandchildren; 87 great-grandchildren and 33 great-great-grandchildren.
Funeral was July 10 at the First Assembly of God Church at Pangburn, with burial in Antioch Cemetery by Westbrook Funeral Home Beebe.; csh7/15/1998
|Bowlan||Tommie||Tommie T. Bowlan, 74, died May 24, 2000.|
He was a lifelong resident of Snake Island and Hamilton community, a WWII veteran, a member of VFW and DAV, a retired construction worker and an avid hunter and fisherman.
Survivors include four sons, Tommie Lee Bowlan of Mansfield, Ronnie, Dannie and Jimmie Bowlan all of Carlisle; two daughters, Louise Snider of Hazen and Bonnie Boothe of Floyd; 10 grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren. A memorial service was held at Boyd Funeral Home Chapel May 26. The body was cremated.; csh5/31/2000
|Mary Louise Boyce, 85, or Pocahontas died Feb. 9 at Randolph Home.|
Survivors include her husband, E. A. Boyce Jr.; two sons, James David Boyce of Austin and Robert Boyce of North Little Rock; two daughters, Carol Ann Rose of Cabot and Pati Coleman of Little Rock; a brother, A. W. Cochran of Aurora Col.; five sisters, Aileen Bender of St. Louis, Mo., Sue Richotte of Rockford, III, Marie Robinson of Hardy, Jo Ann Bean of Fayetteville, N.C., and Dorothy Thompson of Lawrence, Kan.; eight grandchildren; and eight great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were Sunday in the Chapel of McNabb Funeral Home with Don Strait officiating. Burial was in Randolph Memorial Gardens; csh2/24/2001
|Boyd||Ann||Ann Holland Boyd, 75, of Little Rock, formerly of England, died July 16, 2000. She was an interior decoratorand former owner of Little Rock Shade and Blind Company. She was a member of the Pulaski Heights United Methodist Church.|
Survivors include a son, Dr. Jay Hollnd of Little Rock; two grandchildren; two sisters, Lyn Robinson of Little Rock and Betty Ramsey of North Little Rock; brother, James E. Swaim Jr. of England; and three stepchildren.
Funeral was July 19 at Pulaski Heights United Methodist Church by Rev Lynn Lindsey and Dr. Jeff Hampton, with burial in Roselawn Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the Pulaski Heights United Methodist Church.; csh7/19/2000
|Boyd||Clarence||Clarence A. Boyd, aged 82, of Cabot died Wednesday, Oct. 2, 1996.|
He was a Baptist, a World War II veteran, and was retired from the Lonoke County Road Department.
Survivors include his wife, Pauline Fields Boyd; two sons, Jimmy Boyd and Larry Boyd, both of Cabot; a daughter, Linda Person of Grove, Okla.; a sister, Gertrude Cranford of Sheridan; 12 grandchildren; and nine great-grandchildren.
Funeral was Saturday, Oct. 5, at Moore's Cabot Funeral home Chapel. Burial was in Mt. Carmel Cemetery. Boyd Funeral Home of Lonoke was in charge of arrangements.; csh10/9/96
|Mary Emma (Webb) Boyd, 87, of Zion Hill Community, Cabot, died Aug. 18, 1998.|
She was a lifetime member of Zion Hill Baptist Church, where she started the Beginner's Sunday School Class, and initiated the "Special" Sunday School Class. She was a WMU director, and an active member of Jacksonville Senior Elderly Center.
Survivors include fours sons, Wilbur Boyd Jr. of Alburqueque, N.M., Joe Boyd of Carthage, Mo., Kenneth Boyd and Glen Boyd, both of Cabot; two daughters, Irma Barrett of Huntsville, Ala. and Annette Hammons of Cabot; two brothers, John Wes Webb of Cabot and J.D. Webb of Little Rock; two sisters, Donia Harbour of Cabot and Lillie Johnson of Little Rock; 19 grandchildren; 31 great-grandchildren; and three great-great-grandchildren.
Funeral was Aug. 21 at Zion Hill Baptist Church, with burial in Sumner Cemetery by North Little Rock Funeral Home.; csh8/26/98
|Boyd||Shane||Shane Boyd, aged 29, died March 29, 1997.|
Survivors include his wife, Sharon Boyd; two sons, Skylar Garcia Boyd and Michael Boyd, both of Jacksonville; his father, Jimmy Boyd of Cabot; his mother, Shirley Smart of Jacksonville; and his grandmothers, Pauline Boyd of Cabot and Ruby Scott of Jacksonville.
A Memorial servie will be held at 10 a.m. Thursday, April 3, at Moore's Funeral Home in Cabot. Boyd Funeral Home of Lonoke is in charge of arrangements.
Memorials may be made to Boyd Funeral Home of Lonoke.; csh4/2/97
|Donald Marvin Boyette, 71, of Irving, Texas, formerly of Carlisle, died Oct. 25, 2002.|
He is survived by his wife, Larue Boyette of Plano, Texas; daughters, Lori Boyette of Plaino, Texas and Shelly Ard of Plano; a sister, Lorene Bennett of Carlisle; and six grandchildren.
He was a member of the Hights Baptist Church in Richardson, Texas.
Funeral was Oct. 27 at Dickey Funeral Home Chapel, with burial in Big Springs Cemetery in Garland, Texas; csh11/6/2002
|Nickolas Aaron Boyette, born May 28, 2001, of Little Rock, infant son of Chet and Hannah Boyette died Sunday, November 11, 2001.|
Other survivors include his brother, Zachary; and sister, Samantha; grandparents, Mark and WYnetta Boyette, Mack Harrison; and Cindy McCarty; great-grandparents, Wanda and Troy BouYear; Tom and Bernice Johnson; Dana and Maretha Couch, great-grandparents, Mary E. Harrison of Alexander and Mary Ruth Johnson of Conway.
The funeral service was Novv.16, at Roller-Drummond Southwest Chapel. Burial was in Mt. Carmel Cemetery in Cabot.; csh11/21/2001
|Bradberry||Audrey||Audrey Mae Bradberry, 89, of Beebe Died Dec. 14, 2001.|
She was retired school teacher with the Beebe Public Schools, Past Worthy Matron of the Eastern Star, a member of Delta Kappa Gamma, and a member of the First United Methodist Church, Beebe.
Surviving are her husband, Raymond Bradberry of Beebe; daughters, Bonnie Hames of Evansville, Ind., Joyce Ferguson of Henderson Ky., and Karen Fulton of Maumelle; brothers, John Henry Coffey of Searcy and Romie Coffey of England; four grandchildren; and seven great-grandchildren.
Funeral was Dec. 16 at Westbrook Funeral Home Chapel, Beebe, with burial in Meadowbrook Memorial Gardens; csh12/19/2001
|Bradford||Ben L.||Ben L. Bradford aged 74, of East End, died Saturday, November 18, 2000. He was a Baptist, a retired salesman with Russell Chevrolet and a member of Rich Watts Hunting Club, Ashley County.|
He is survived by one daughter, Kayla J. Huitt of East End; a son, Charles (Corky) Bradford of Broken Arrow, Oklahoma; five grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; two brothers. Earnest Bradford of Cabot and Harvey Bradford of North Little Rock.
Funeral services were November 21, at Roller-Drummond Southwest Chapel. Interment was in Pinecrest Memorial Park.; csh11/22/2000
|Bradford||Harvey J.||Harvey Jackson Bradford, 79 of Lonoke died De. 31, 1997.|
He was amember of the First United Methodist Church, and a Navy veteran.
Survivors include a son, Harvey Lee Bradford of Lonoke; his mother, Elva Boyles of Searcy; a brother, Pete Boyles of Lonoke; two sisters, Ethel Burgess of Searcy and Elva Pruitt of Silver Springs, Maryland; three grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren.
Funeral was Jan 3 at Boyd Funeral Home Chapel, with burial in Concord Cemetery.; csh1/7/98
|Bradford||Ovie||Ovie Emmaline Holland Bradford of McRae, 84, of McRae died April 27, 2000. She was a member of Sardis General Baptist Church.|
Survivors include her husband, Andrew Clayton Bradford; three sons, L.C. Bradford, and Finis Bradford, both of Beebe, and Claude E. Bradford of McRae; a daughter, Linda Minyard of Searcy; 10 grandchildren; five step-grandchildren; 17 great-grandchildren; 14 step-great-grandchildren; a sister, Winnie Bradford of McRae; and a brother, Olen Holland of Damascus.
Funeral was Sunday at Westbrook Funeral Home Chapel by Rev. Chris Robinson, with burial in Meadowbrook Memorial Gardens.; csh5/3/2000
|Bradley||Donald W.||Donald W. Bradley, aged 66, of Little Rock died Sunday, Sept. 1, 1996.|
He was a retired businessman.
Survivors include his wife, Doris Raborn Bradley of Little Rock; two sons, Allan Bradley of Little Rock and Steve Bradley of North Little Rock; his mother, Alice Bradley; two sisters, Helen Sharp and Ruth Beckius, both of Little Rock; four grandchildren; and a great-grandchild.
Graveside funeral was Tuesday, Sept. 3, at the Old Carlisle Cemetery by Rev. Thomas Keller. Roller-Chenal Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.; csh9/4/96
|Brady||Bennie B.||Bennie B. Brady, 68, of King Ferry, N.Y. died July 11, 1998.|
She was born in Lonoke.
Graveside service was July 18 at Brynt Cove Cemetery by Harris Funeral Home of Morrilton.; csh7/22/98
|Branch||Erma||Erma L. Branch, 80, of Carlisle died Jan. 26, 1998.|
Survivors include her husband, W. H Branch of Carlisle; a son, Dan Branch of Beebe; two daughters, Connie Wilson of Carlisle and Elsie Willis of Little Rock; two sisters, Juanita Harvey of Mt. Vernon and Jewell Thornton of Kensett; six grandchildren; and seven great-grandchildren.
Funeral was Jan. 27 at Boyd Funeral Home, with burial in Carlisle Cemetery.; csh1/28/98
|Brand||Dovie||Dovie Brand, 93, of Carlisle died Monday, May 12, 1997.|
Survivors include a son, Lyn Savage of Exeter, Calif.; two grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren.
Funeral will be at 2 P.M., May 15, at the Assembly of God in Lonoke. Burial will be in Biscoe Cemetery by Boyd Funeral Home of Lonoke.; csh5/14/97
|Brannon||Carroll||Carroll "Buddy" Brannon, 68, of Jacksonville, died Sept. 2, 2002. He was a member of Calvary Apostolic Church in Jacksonville.|
Survivors include his wife, Loretta (Bridges) Brannon; one son, Daryl Brannon of Nebraska; two daughters, Merlene Cook of Cabot and LeVida Rain of Prairie Grove; two sisters, Hazel Russell of Arkadelphia and Ruby Sucka of Jacksonville; six grandchildren, and thre great-grandchildren. Funeral was at 10 A.M. Thursday at North Little Rock Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Floyd Flowers and Rev Bryan Taylor officiating. Burial was at Sumner Cemetery; csh9/11/2002
|Brannon||Erma||Erma Passmore Brannon, 73, of Lepanto died Aug. 12, 2001. She was a member of First Assembly of God at Lepanto.|
Survivors include her husband, Rev. Sylvester Brannon; daughters, Shirel Renneker of Beebe and Ann Davis of Lepanto; a son, Gary Brannon of Stephenville, Texas; a sister, Mamie Stacks of Moro; six grandchildren; and seven great-grandchildren.
Funeral will be Thursday in Lepanto. Memorials may be made to the First Assembly of God Church at Lepanto.; csh8/15/2001
|Branstetter||Homer||Homer Branstetter, 78, of Humnoke died Monday, April 8, 2002.|
He was a baptist and a retired welder. He was a Marine veteran of WWII.
Survivors include a daughter, Phylis Hall; sons, Howard and Kent; 3 brothers; 1 sister; 12 grandchildren; and a great-grandchild.
Funeral was April 10 at Wilson Funeral Home, England, with burial in Hamilton Cemetery; adg4/17/2002
|Brashers||Woodrow||Woodrow Brad Brashers, 47, of Dexter, Mo. died May 11, 1998.|
A graveside service ws May 14 at Corning Cemetery by Ermert Funeral Home.
Survivors include a son, Christopher Brashers of Oceanside, Calif.; a daughter, Amy Adams of Cabot; his mother, JoAnn Brashers; his father and stepmother, Victor and Virginia Brashers of Corning; three grandchildren; four brothers; and two sisters.
Memorials may be made to the Lupus Foundation.; csh5/20/98
|Breece||Carol||Carol Jean Peebus Breece, 65, of Lonoke died Aug. 11, 2001. She was a retired employee of the Lonoke School District, as a bus driver and cafeteria worker.|
Survivors include her husband, Doyle Breece; children, Julia Long of Colorado, Roberta Wendel of Austin, Linda Redd of Jacksonville, Jim Vaughan of Sherwood, Nina Waddle of Cabot, Paul Breece and Leona Gray of Missouri and Veda Stuphin of Wyoming; 25 grandchildren; 24 great-grandchildren; sisters, June Marks and Anna Proehl of Colorado, Patty Lucero and Zelma Lockhart of Wyoming; and a brother, Leonard Schwarz of Indiana.
Funeral was Tuesday at Boyd Funeral Home Chapel, Lonoke, with burial in Oak Grove Cemetery; csh8/15/2001
|Allen Denmon Brewer Jr., 72, of Austin died May 7, 2002.|
He was retired from the U.S. Army and was a member of the VFW.
Survivors include a son, Allen Denmon Brewer III of Stafford, Texas; a daughter, Marilyn Brewer of Austin; sisters, Barbara Brewer of W. Helena and Kathry Webb of Marianna; a brother, J.W. Brewer of Henderson, Texas; three grandchildren; and four great-grandhcildren.
Funeral was May 10 at Cabot Funeral Home, with burial in Fort Sam Houston Cemetery, San Antonio, Texas.
Memorials may be made to the Arkansas Hospice Center, 2200 Ft. Roots Dr., NLR 72214; csh5/15/2002
|Brewer||Jimmy H.||Jimmy H. Brewer, 34, of Cabot died March 24, 2001.|
Survivors include his wife, Lori of Cabot; his father, Jim Brewer of Hot Springs; a brother, Jeffrey Brewer of Little Rock; and a stepson, Curtis Myrick of Cabot.
Funeral was March 27 at Victory Baptist Church in Cabot, with burial in Bayou Meto Cemetery by Cabot Funeral Home; csh3/28/2001
|Brewer||Johnny M.||Johnny Marion Brewer, 72, of Carlisle died Sept. 27, 1998.|
Survivors include his wife, Rose Isbell Brewer; a daughter, Rose Ann Rich of Columbiana, Ala.; a son, Elmer Lee Brewer of Redding, Calif.; eight brothers, David Brewer of Castle Rock, Wash., Jimmy Lloyd of Stuttgart, Leo Brewer of Knoxville, Freddie Lloyd of Hazen, Don Brewer and Alvin Lloyd Brewer, both of Humnoke, Joe Brewer of Bloomingrove, Texas, Ricky Brewer of Redding, Calif.; three sisters, Martha Swanson of Corsicana, Texas, Lily Sanders of Humphrey, and Betty May of DeValls Bluff; four stepchildren, Russell Isbell and Ethel Sue Williams, both of Carlisle, Agnes Hardwick and Paul Isbell, both of California; several grandchildren; great-grandchildren; and great-great-grandchildren.
Funeral was Sept. 30 at Hamilton Baptist Church, with burial in Hamilton Cemetery by Boyd Funeral Home of Lonoke.; csh9/30/98
|Brewster||Beverly||Beverly Brewster, 66, of Ward died Jan 1, 1999.|
Survivors include a son, Jack Brewster of Ward; two daughters, Barbara North of Potsdam, N.Y. and Jane Wasson of North Little Rock; a brother, Ark Kavanaugh of Independence, Mo.; a sister, Pat Overstake of Dewitt, Iowa; and four grandchildren.
Funeral was Jan 4 at Westbrook Funeral Home Chapel at Beebe, with burial in Dunkard Cemetery.; csh1/6/99
|Vivian A. Brickell, 81, of Jacksonville died Aug. 19, 2001.|
Survivors include her husband, Leonard T. "Red" Brickell of Jacksonville; a son, Eddie Brickell of Cabot; a daughter, Pat Akins of Huffman, Texas; brothers, Travis Treat of Salisaw, Okla., Doyle Treat of Paris and Fowler Treat of Dover; sisters, Cordelia Miller of Shell Knob, Mo., and Virginia Davidhizer of Dover; 8 grandchildren; and 7 great-grandchildren.
Funeral was Wednesday at Moore's Jacksonville Funeral Home Chapel, with burial in Chapel Hill Memorial Park Cemetery; csh8/22/2001
|Bricker||Dawn||Dawn Anteberry Bechard Bricker, 35, of Cabot died Sunday, November 18, 2000.|
She is survived by one daughter, Kristen Bechard of Bald Knob; two sons, Sean and Matthew Bricker of Cabot; her mother and stepfather, Wanda and William Dillard; two brothers, Brian Attenberry of Monticello and Tracey Attenberry of Springfield, Mo.; and her grandmother, Hazel Miller of Decature, Ill.
Memorials may be made to Arkansas Hospice Center, Fort Roots Drive, North Little Rock. Memorial service will be announced at a later date. Arrangements are by Cremation Association of Arkansas; csh11/22/2000
|Bridges||Claude||Claude Bridges, 78, of Conway died Dec. 4, 1997.|
Survivors include three brothers, Raybern, Petter and Gay; and four sisters, Fair James, Jessie Blalock, Nova Jones and Ressie Roland.
Funeral was Dec. 6 at Zion Hill Baptist Church, with burial in Zion Hill Cemetery.; csh12/10/97
|Briggs||Joan||Joan Briggs, 65, of Jacksonville died Nov. 16, 1997.|
She was a member of Calvary Missionary Baptist Church at Sherwood.
Survivors include her husband, Fred Briggs of Jacksonville; two sons, Larry Decker of Wayne, Mich. and Gerald Decker of Taylor, Mich.; her mother, Hazel Shelton of Cabot; a brother, A.F. Shelton of Cabot; four sisters, Ernestine Stinnett and Muriel Shubert, both of Cabot, Martha Bartkowiak of Terry, Mich., and Shirley Ward of Benton; five grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren.
Funeral was Nov. 19 at the Cabot Funeral Home, with burial in Bayou Meto Cemetery, Jacksonville.; csh11/19/97
|Bright||Francis||Francis Everett Bright Sr., aged 73, of North Little Rock died Tuesday, Dec. 10, 1996.|
He was a member of the Assembly of God, and was a printer. He was a former employee of the Lonoke Democrat.
Survivors include his wife, Maxine Bright of Maumelle; a son, Fancis E. Bright Jr. of Conway; three daughters, Janyne Bratton of Atkins, Clara Horton of Lonoke and Wanda Jenkins of North Little Rock; a brother, Charles Bright of Fort Worth, Texas; six sisters, Mildred Hubbard of Bossier City, Betty May Barton of Lockport, Bonnie Strickland of Houma, Mary Sue Jones of Fort Worth, Texas, Lillie Cobb of Hammond and Carolyn Whatley of Pineville, La.; 10 grandchildren; and 13 great-grandchildren.
Funeral was Dec. 13 at Boyd Funeral Home Chapel, Lonoke. Burial was in Sunset Memorial Gardens.; csh12/18/96
|Debra Lynn Brim, 38, of Cabot died April 13, 2000.|
She was a registered nurse for St. Vincent's rehab in Sherwood.
Survivors include her husband, Michael Brim of Cabot; a daughter, Kathryn Jeanette Brim of Cabot; her father, Bob Turner of Perryville; two brothers, David A. Turner of Little Rock and Bobby D. Turner of Cabot.
Funeral was Monday at Victory Baptist Church, with Cliff Hutchinson officiating. Entombment was in Chapel Oks Mausoleum. Moore's Jacksonville Funeral Home was in charge.; csh4/18/2001
|Brittingham||John|| John D. Brittingham, 71, of Edgemont died Sunday, July 23, 2000.|
He was a retired United States Air Force pilot and a veteran of the Korean and Vietnam wars. He was a member of Holiday Hills United Methodist Church at Greers Ferry.
Survivors include his wife, Mary Jo (Feimster) Brittingham of Edgemont; sons, John and David Brittingham of Florida, Bill Brittingham of Cabot, and James Brittingham of Fayetteville; daughters, Yvonne Hazelwood and Charlotte Fife of Greers Ferry; sister, Charlotte Murry of New Jersey; nine grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren.
Memorial service was held July 26 in Holiday Hills United Methodist Church with Rev. Denzel Stokes and Rev. Ellsworth Watson officiating.
Memorials may be made to American Heart Association or Holiday Hills United Methodist Church.; csh7/26/2000
|Brockett||Harold||Harold H. Brockett, 80, of Fairfield Bay died Aug. 18, 2001|
He was a retired State Farm insurance agent in North Little Rock, and a World War II veteran. He was a 32nd degree Mason, Shriner and a member of the Fairfield Bay Shrine Club and the Fairfield Bay Baptist Church.
Survivors include his wife, Sybil Brockett; son, Steven Brockett; daughters, Lynn Rogers, Dianne Percefull and Karen Kizer; sister, Flora Brockett; nine grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren.
Funeral was Tuesday at Fairfield Bay Baptist Church, with graveside service at Sylvania Cemetery. Olmstead Funeral Hall was in charge.
Memorials may be made to the American Heart Association; csh8/22/2001
|Brockinton||Maurice||Maurice Leon Brockinton, aged 63, of North Little Rock died Monday, Dec. 9, 1996.|
He was a veteran of the Korean Conflict with the 82nd Airborne Headquarters Division, and was retired from Stone Container.
Survivors include his wife, Jean; three sons, Leon Brockinton Jr. and Steven Brockinton, both of North Little Rock, and David R. Brockinton of Delray Beach, Fla; two daughters, Debra Reed of Conway, and Deanna Walton of North Little Rock; a stepson, Alan Hightower of Fayetteville; his mother, Mildred Brockinton of North Little Rock; three brothers, Kenneth Brockinton of North Little Rock, Raymon Brockinton and Waymon Brockinton, both of Jacksonvile; and eight grandchidren.
Funeral was Wednesday, Dec. 11, at Harmony Baptist Church. Burial was in Sumner Cemetery. North Little Rock Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.
Memorials may be made to the UAMS Cancer Research Center, Little Rock; csh12/11/96
|Brown||Arthur K.||Athur K. Brown, 59, of Omaha, Neb., formerly of Cabot, died Sunday, April 27, 1997.|
He was retired from Mutual of Omaha after 36 years, and attended Christ Community Church at Omaha.
Survivors include his wife, Ann; a son, Greg Brown of Mt. Vernon; a sister, Susan Williamson of Melbourne, Fla.; and two grandchildren.
Burial was April 29 at Flower Hill Cemetery, Omaha.
Memorials may be made to Christ Community CHurch at Omaha, or Marietta Bible Church, Marietta, Ga.; csh5/7/97
|Brown||Gertrude||Gertrude Williams Brown, 90, of Lonoke died Jan. 22, 1998.|
She was the widow of Mark Brown.
Survivors include two daughters, Arlene Ritchie and Connie Murphy, both of North Little Rock; four grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren.
Funeral was Jan. 24 at Boyd Funeral Home, Lonoke. Graveside service was Jan. 25 at Union Valley Cemetery, Coy.; csh1/28/98
|Jack Stevens Brown, 81, of North Little Rock died Jan. 26, 1998.|
He was retired from Texas Easten Transmission Corporation, and a member of the Shepherd of Peace Lutheran Church in Maumelle.
Survivors include his wife, DaLee Brown of North Little Rock; a son, Beck Brown of Cabot; and a granddaughter.
Funeral was Jan. 29, at Roller-Owens Funeral Home Chapel, with burial in Little Rock National Cemetery.
Memorials may be made to the Shepherd of Peace Lutheran Church.; csh2/4/98
|Brown||Jessie B.||Jessie B. Brown, 91, of Lonoke died Sept. 23, 1998.|
She was a member of Oaklawn Methodist Church.
Graveside service was Sept. 25 in Memorial Gardens, Hot Springs, by Dr. Jerry Butler. Caruth-Hale Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.; csh9/30/98
|Brown||Kevin D.||Kevin D. Brown, aged 26, of Lonoke died Saturday, Feb. 1, 1997.|
He was a graduate of Cabot High School, an employee of Falcon Jet, and a member of the Country Chapel CHurch.
Survivors include his parents, Buddy and Pat Brown of Lonoke; a brother, Bradley Brown of Lonoke; a sister, Gina Eddy of Lonoke; and his grandparents, Opal Matthews, Lloyd and Lorene Brown, all of Lonoke.
Funeral was Friday, Feb. 7, at the Country Chapel CHurch near Cabot. Burial was in Hicks Cemetery. Boyd Funeral Home of Lonoke was in charge of arrangements.; csh2/12/97
|Leslie Clay Brown, aged 33, of North Little Rock died Friday, Nov. 22, 1996.|
Survivors include his father, Harvey L. Brown; four sisters, Sandra Jackson, Vickie Woods, and Lisa Gooden, all of North Little Rock, and Terri Allen of Little Rock; four brothers, John Lawson of Lonoke, Ronald Brown of North Little Rock, Vince Brown of Atlanta, Ga. and Charles Brown of North Little Rock.
Funeral was Nov. 29, at Greater Mt. Carmel Baptist Church by Pastor Gerald Parker Sr. Burial was in Rest in Peace Cemetery. Will's Funeral Home of Little ROck was in charge of arrangements.; csh12/4/96
|Brown||Lynda||Lynda D. Brown, 46, of St. Louis, Mo., formerly of Little Rock, Ark., died Sept. 14, 2001.|
Survivors include her mother, Freddie Davis, Little Rock; brothers, Rickey Brown, Lonoke, Leander Davis, Little Rock; sister, Samantha Vincent, Fordyce; grandmother, Mamie Rumph, Little Rock.
Funeral was Monday, Ruffin & Jarrett Chapel, with burial in Rest in Peace; csh9/26/2001
|Madia Kay Brown, 84, of Cabot, died March 28, 2002.|
She is survived by two daughters, Betty Robinson of Cabot and Patty Collins of Sherwood; one son, Vernon Brown of Cabot; one sister, Billie Carter of Humnoke; one brother, Charles Lentz of Humnoke; 10 grandchildren and 25 great-grandchildren.
Services werwe March 29 at Cornerstone Baptist Church in El Paso. Interment was in Mt. Carmel Cemetery in Caobt. Arrangements by Cabot Funeral Home; csh4/3/2002
|Martin Edward Brown, 41, of El Dorado died July 6, 1998.|
Survivors include two sons, Brandon M. Brown and Christopher E. Brown, both of Pine Bluff; a sister, Malia Meeks of Austin; and a stepmother, D.J. Skarda of Austin.
Graveside service was July 10 at the Czech National Cemetery at Hazen by Cabot Funeral Home.; csh7/15/1998
|Stella Lee Brown, 93, of North Little Rock died July 5, 2000. She was a member of Baring Cross Baptist Church.|
Survivors are two daughters, Eva Adkins of Panama City, Fla., and Martha Coffee of San Antonio, Texas; two sons, Bill Brown of Cabot and Danny Brown of North Little Rock; 10 grandsons and four granddaughters and several great-grandchildren.
A funeral service with Rev. Ken Coffee officiating was Friday at Roller-Owens Chapel. Interment was in Edgewood Memorial Park.; csh7/12/2000
|Browning||Jim||Jim Browning, 79, of Cabot, died April 3, 2002. Survivors: wife, Phyllis Browning; sons, Bill Browning, Mike Browning; daughter, Lynn Plain; two brothers; one sister, fur grandchildren; one great-grandchild. Graveside services at Arkansas State Veterans Cemetery in North Little Rock. Friday, April 5, by Searcy Funeral Home; csh4/10/2002|
|Allen Lee Bruce, aged 75, of Sherrill, died Thursday, Nov. 7, 1996.|
He was a Baptist and a retired mechanic.
Survivors include two sons, Richard Bruce of England and LeRoy Bruce of California; a stepson, Barry Lambert of Mississippi; a stepdaughter, Cassie Frazier of Benton; two brothers, John Williams of Mountain View and James Williams of Ocala, Fla.; two sisters, Geneva Howard of Lonoke and May Ruth Silger of Quakertown, Penn.; a grandchild; and a great-grandchild.
Funeral was Monday, Nov. 11, at Roller-England Funeral Home Chapel. Burial was in Keo Cemetery.
Memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society.; csh11/13/96
|Brenda Carol Bunce, age 47, of Cabot passed away Sunday, Feb. 24, 2002.|
She was a member of Mt. Carmel Baptist Church, and preceded in death by her father, roger Fears.
She is survived by her loving husband of 29 years, James Bunce, of the home; a son, James Bunce of Cabot; mother, Louise Fears of Corning; brother, Ronnie Fears, and his wife, Quanah, of Heber Springs; a sister, Linda Bentley, and her husband, Fred, of Memphis, Tenn.; two grandchildren, Ryan Lee and Maegan Renae Bunce, both of Cabot; 10 nephews and eight nieces.
Funeral services were held at 2 p.m., Wednesday, Feb. 27, 2002, at the Cabot Funeral Home Chapel. Interment was in Old Austin Cemetery, Arrangements by Cabot Funeral Home.; csh2/27/2002
|Rev. Glenn Bruner of Jonesboro died Aug. 18, 1998.|
He was a retired United Methodist minister.
Survivors include his wife, Edna Bruner of Jonesboro; two sons, Mike Bruner of Dyersburg, Tenn. and Bill Bruner of Portageville, Mo.; and a daughter, Nell Barling of Fort Smith.
Funeral was Aug. 21 at St. Paul's United Methodist Church, Jonesboro.; csh8/26/98
|Bryan||Kathleen M.||Kathleen M. Bryan, 80 of Lonoke died June 22, 1998.|
She was a member of Lonoke Baptist Church and the Order of Eastern Star.
Survivors are three brothers, Lyndle Lackie and Ray Lackie, both of Lonoke, and Don Lackie of Michigan; two sisters, Rosa Nan Estell of North Little Rock and Thelma Welch of Illinois.
Funeral was June 24 at Lonoke Baptist Church, with burial in Lonoke Cemetery.
Memorials may be amde to the Lonoke Baptist Church Building Fund.; csh6/24/98
|Carl Lee Bryant Jr., 59, of Cabot died Nov. 30, 1997.|
Survivors include his wife, Jean Bryant of Cabot; two sons, Michael David Bryant of Van Buren and Tony Allen Bryant of Greenwood; and five grandchildren.
Graveside service was Dec. 3 at Rest Hills Memorial Park in North Little Rock by Griffin Leggett Rest Hills Funeral Home.
Memorials may be made to the American Heart Association.; csh 12/3/97
|Bryant||Helen||Helen Oxner Bryant, 89, of Brinkley died April 16, 2001.|
She was a member of Victory Church in Brinley and was a cook for the Brinkley Public Schools until her retirement.
Survivors include a son, Robert Bryant of Decature, Ala.; daughters, Louise Holloway of Wheatley and Cathy Stout of Cabot; a brother, Fred Oxner of Brinkley; 10 grandchildren; and 11 great-grandchildren.
Funeral was Thursday at the First Assembly of God Church in Brinkley, with burial in Oklawn Cemetery by Bob Neal asnd Sons Funeral Home; csh 4/25/2001
|Buckingham||Billy E.||Billy Eugene Buckingham, 70, of Cabot died Oct. 5, 1998.|
He was retired from Thermogas, and was a member of the Cabot United Methodist Church.
Survivors include his wife, Phyllis Buckingham of Cabot; thee sons, Mike Buckingham of Van Buren, Steve Buckingham and Scott Buckingham, both of Cabot; a sister, Lila Wolfe of Oskaloosa, Iowa; and five grandchildren.
Funeral will be at 2 p.m., Oct. 8, at the Cabot United Methodist Church, with burial in Mt. Carmel Cemetery by Cabot Funeral Home.; csh10/7/98
|Buckner||Ira||Ira Buckner, 57, of Wright died Tuesday.|
He was a truck driver for C&M Distributors, a member of Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church, a U.S. Army veteran and a member of the American Legion.
Survivors include his wife, Deane; brothers, J.C. Charles and John Buckner; sisters, Ann King, Laura Alexander and Bettye Thompson.
Funeral was Friday at Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church, Cabot, with burial in Mt. Pleasant Cemetery by Wilson Funeral Home, England.; csh9/13/2000
|Buffalo||Robert M.||Robert Milton Buffalo, aged 84, of Carlisle, died Sunday, June 11, 2000. He was a retired farmer, an Air Force veteran of World War II and a member of the First Baptist Church of Carlisle.|
He was preceded in death by a daughter, Georgia Lee. He is survived by his wife, Dorothy; two sons, Robert Buffalo and wife, Rose Mary, Richard Buffalo and wife, Dianne, all of Carlisle; one daughter, Janice Gooch and husband, Jim, of Forrest City; seven grandchildren, Carole Buffalo, Elizabeth Nelson and husband, Andy, Mark Buffalo and wife, Linda, Suzanne Buffalo, Richard Milton Buffalo, Jonathan Robert Buffalo, and Alexandria Buffalo; great-grandcildren, Lauren and Alexis Nelson; and one sister, Emigene Childres, St. Simon Island Ga.
Funeral services were Wednesday, June 14, 2,000, at the First Baptist Church in Carlisle by Bro. John Guerra. Burial was in the Carlisle Cemetery. Arrangments were by Westbrook Funeral Home of Hazen.; csh6/14/2000
|Ann Marinko Bundy, 94, of Cabot died July 7, 2000.|
Survivors include a daughter, Frances Saliba of St. Petersburg, Fla.; two sons, Jack M. Bundy Sr. of Cabot and Eugene Bundy of Detroit, Mich.; a brother, Andy Marinko of Redford, Mich.; 11 grandchildren; and several great-granedchildren.
The body was cremated. Roller-McNutt Funeral Home of Conway was in charge of arrangements.; csh7/12/2000
|Gary Wayne Burgess Sr., aged 53, of North Little Rock died Monday, Aug. 14, 2000.|
He attended Friends of His Cumberland Presbyterian Church, was a Vietnam Veteran and was retired from the Arkansas Army National Guard. He worked in television production with Today's THV for 18 years and prior to that worked with KARK for eight years.
He is survived by his wife, Joyce A. Burgess of North Little Rock; mother and step-father, Ella Mae and James Curry of Lonoke; four daughters, Kim Burgess of Sherwood, Jennifer Bailey of Sherwood, Christy Burgess of North Little Rock and Mary Burgess of Cabot; a son, Gary Burgess Jr. of Cabot; sister, Glenda Allison; brother, Dickey Burgess; three stepsisters, Mary Harrell of Anchorage, Alaska, Donna Hall and Henrietta Odom both of Pasadena, Texas; and a stepbrother, Larry Curry also of Pasadena, Texas.
Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. Thursday, Aug. 17, 2000, at Friends of His Cumberland Presbyterian Church w th Pastor Michael Qualls and Timothy McMinn officiating. Graveside services with Military Honors will be at 12 noon, Thrusday at Sunset Garden Cemetery in Lonoke.
Memorials may be made to Friends of His Cumberland Presbyterian Church, 1402 E. Kiehl Ave., North Little Rock, Ark 72120 or Baptist Hospice, 11900 Colonel Glenn Road, Little Rock, AR 72210; csh8/23/2000
|Burke||Christopher|| Christopher Louis Burke, 27, of Jacksonville, died March 2, 2000|
He was a computer analyst for Dillard's Corporate office and a member of Runyan First Baptist Church.
Survivors include his wife, Stephanie Muldoon Burke; a son, Kobe Louis Burke; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Burke of North Little Rock; two brothers, Jeremiah Burke and Austin Burke of North Little Rock; grandparents, James Burke of North Little Rock, and Harley and Jessie Phillips of Huntsville; and great-grandparents, Raymond Lipscomb of Cabot, and Bessie Sullivan of North Little Rock.
Funeral services were March 6 at Runyan First Baptist Church with Rev. Charles Mays officiating. Interment was in Pinecrest Memorial Park.
Memorials may be made to the Chris Burke Memorial Fund, First Arkansas Bank and Trust, Jacksonville, Ark.; csh3/8/2000
|Burke||Edith||Edith Burke, 75, of Beebe died May 31, 1998.|
There are no immediate survivors.
Funeral was June 2 at Westbrook Funeral Home Chapel, with burial in Concord Cemetery.; csh6/3/98
|Burlison||Michael||Michael Edward Burlison, 51, of Vilonia died Feb. 25, 2000.|
He was a Army veteran of the Vietnam War, and retired from the Arkansas Army National Guard.
Survivors include his wife, Ruthie Burlison; two sons, Adam Burlison of Vilonia and Steven Burlison of Austin; a daughter, Paula Luffman of Austin; two grandsons; his father, Horace "Pat" Burlison of Cabot; a brother, Robert Burlison of Ardmore, Okla.; and a sister, Beth Williams of Cabot.
Funeral was Feb. 28 at the Sixteenth Section Church, with burial in Martin Cemetery by Westbrook Funeral Home of Beebe.; csh3/1/2000
|Burnett||Hosie Sr.||Hosie Burnett Sr., aged 77, of Carlisle died Tuesday, Feb. 11, 1997.|
He was a retired farmer and a retired custodial worker in the Lonoke School District.
Survivors include his wife, Carrie Burnett of Carlisle; two sons, Hosie Burnett Jr. of Memhis and Danny Burnett of Carlisle; six daughters, Mamie Watkins of Little Rock, Carolyn Williams of Jacksonville, Barbara Hunter of Lonoke, Lela Gooden of Carlisle, Brenda Holloway of Des Arc, and Vanessa Gibbons of San Diego, Calif.; grandchildren and Great-grandchildren.
Funeral was Saturday, Feb. 15, at Revalation COGIC. Burial was in Carlisle Cemetery. Ruffin and Jarrett Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.; csh2/19/97
|George Robert Burns, 54, of Cabot died Sept. 5, 2001.|
He was a retired major from the United States Air Force, and was administrator of the Pulaski County Health Department.
Survivors include his wife, Linda Burns of Cabot; children, George Burns Jr. of Cabot, Kimberly Brown of Newport News, Va., Jonathan David Burns and Michael Christopher Burns, both of Cabot; his mother, Mary McCann Burns of Philadelphia, Penn.; a sister, Bernadette Couwells of Philadelphia, Penn.; and a granddaughter.
Funeral was Sept. 10 at Russell Chapel Church of the Nazarene, Cabot, with burial in Mt. Carmel Cemetery. Cabot Funeral Home was in charge.; csh9/12/2001
|Burns||Mildred||Mildred Kathryn Graham Burns, 82, of Pine Bluff died March 31, 2002.|
She was a retire beautician and instructor in Pine Bluff and Little Rock. She was a past member of the Forrest Park Assembly of God Church in Pine Bluff.
Survivors are sons, George M. Burns of Dallas and Walter E. Harrison II of Taylor, Texas; daughters, Willene B. Gann of Huntington, Barbara Ann Rader of Modesto, Calif, Kathy Garibaldi of Gun Barrel City, Texas; a brother, James M. Grimes and a sister, Anna Mae Thomas, both of Pine Bluff; 14 graqndchildren, and 24 great-grandchildren.
Funeral was Wednesday at Forrest Park Assembly of God Church in Pine Bluff, with burial in Memorial Gardens Cemetery by Reubel Funeral Home; csh4/3/2002
|Burt||Steve||Steve Burt, 48, of Mabelvale, died Aug. 27, 2002.|
Survivors include one daughter, Lisa Polk of Benton; two sons, Rhett Burt of Heber Springs and Daniel Burt of Cabot; two brothers, David Price of Sherwood and Buddy Hinshaw of Mabelvale; and one sister, Shara Sievers of Bauxite.
Graveside services were Friday at Arkansas Meorial Gardens, North Little Rock Funeral Home was in charge.; csh9/4/2002
|Mauverline L. Busby, 83, of Cabot, died Friday, Feb. 9, 2001. Survivors include two sons, David D. Leslie of Jacksonville, and Jessie J. Adams, Jr. of Warrior, Ala.; a sister, Ethel Pugh of McCalla, Ala.; and two grandchildren.|
A graveside service was Tuesday, at Mt. Carmel Cemetery. Arrangements were by Cabot Funeral Home; csh2/14/200
|Busch||Joseph||Joseph Busch, 86, of Cabot died Jan. 28, 1998.|
He was born in Krefeld, Germany and was a retired plant manager for Enmar Inc. of Little Rock.
Survivors include a daughter, Justine Flowers of Cabot; a sister, Justine Biegler of Cabot; eight grandchildren; 16 great-grandchildren; and a great-great-grandchild.
The body will be cremated, with arrangements by Cremation Association of Arkansas.
Memorials may be made to the American Cancer Reearch Institute.; csh2/4/98
|Melvin Carl Butler, 46, of Beebe died Aug. 23, 1998.|
He was owner of On Target Pest Control, and a member of the Assembly of God Church, Floyd.
Survivors include his wife, Nora Ann Butler of Beebe; two sons, Shawn Wayne Butler of Jacksonville and David Allen Butler of Beebe; and a granddaughter.
Funeral was Aug. 26 at Floyd Assembly of God Church, with burial in Meadowbrook Memorial Gardens by Westbrook Funeral Home, Beebe.; csh8/26/98
|Audrey Faye Johnson Byars, 47, of Lonoke died June 26, 1997.|
Survivors include two daughters, Erica Byars and Angie (Bill) Tibbett, both of Mayflower; and three sisters, Brenda Griffin of North Little Rock, Jennie Horton of Lonoke and Marcie Howe of Michigan.
Graveside service was June 30 at Sunset Memorial Gardens by Boyd Funeral Home of Lonoke.; csh7/2/97
|Noah James Byers, infant son of Chris and Nuggie Byers of Marshall, died Jan 5, 1998.|
Other survivors include two brothers, Timothy Byers and Austin Byers; a sister, Dena Byers; grandparents, Richard Byers of Buna, Texas, Jequetta Curry of Marshall, Delbert Cline of Smithville, Okla. and Linda Creekmore of Fayetteville; great-grandmothers, Mary Legate of Lonoke and Betty Byers of Galveston, Texas; and great-great-grandmother, Eva Mosley of Benton.
Graveside servie was Jan. 6 at Legate Cemetery, Lonoke, by Roller-Owens Funeral Home, North Little Rock.; csh1/7/98
|Byrd||Eskel||Eskel Wayne Byrd, 73, of Morrilton, died Saturday, Sept. 7, 2002.|
He was born in Cabot, owned and operated Midsouth Microfilm Service, Inc., for 37 years, retiring in 1991. He was a deacon and member of First Baptist Church of Mayflower.
Survivors include his wife of 51 years, Mary Lou Byrd of Morrilton; one son, Gary Wayne Byrd of Mayflower; one daughter, Sherrie Gentry of Morrilton; two sisters, Audrey Whaley of Sherwood, Opal McCartney and of Wynne; and two grandchildren.
Funeral services was Sept. 10, at Mayflower First Baptist Church with burial in Mayflower Cemetery. Roller-McNutt Funeral Home, Conway, was in charge; csh9/11/2002
|Byrns||Belinda||Belinda Byrns, 38, of Pottsville died Sept. 18, 2001. She was a park ranger with the Army Corp of ENgineers.|
Survivors include her husband, Rob Byrns of Cabot; a daughter, Coral Emily; her parents, Herman and Nell Orick of Parahould; and brothers, Ron Orick and Steve Orick.
Funeral was Sept. 20. Memorials may be made to the Paragould Children's Home in Paragould.; csh9/26/2001
|Byrns||C.W.||C.W. Byrns, 79, of Litle Rock died April 8, 2001. He was a member of Immanuel Baptist Church, and served in the Navy during World War II.|
Survivors include his wife, Marion; sons, Charles Byrns of Williford, John Byrns of Baton Rouge, La., Richard Byrns of Bryant, Scott Byrns of East End, and Michael Byrns of Hensley; a brother, Robert Byrns of Cabot; a sister, Lena Ruth Weggoner of Fort Smith; 13 grandchildren; and 16 great-grandchildren.
Funeral was April 11 at Immanuel Baptist Chapel, Little Rock, with burial in Pinecrest Cemetery; csh 4/11/2001