|Gable||Ora||Ora Gable, 92, of Lonoke died Oct. 12, 1997.|
Survivors include three sons, Garland Gable of Fort Smith, Jim Gable and Leon Gable, both of Lonoke; five daughters, Louise Holt of Beebe, Jean Parnell, Katherine Evans, both of Lonoke, Bessie Barber of Conway, and Judy Gordon of Sherwood; 18 grandchildren; 26 great-grandchildren; and 12 great-great-grandchildren.
Funeral was Oct. 13 at Westbrook Funeral Home Chapel, with burial in Butlerville Cemetery.; csh10/15/97
|Gafford||Claude||Claude Columbus Gafford, aged 69, of Beebe died Thursday, Dec. 12, 1996.|
Survivors include a son, Jerry Gafford of Phoenix, Ariz.; a stepson, David Cook of Phoenix, Ariz.; a stepdaughter, Karen Flynn of St. Louis; two brothers, Leon Gafford of Prescott Valley, Ariz. and Calvin Gafford of Phoenix, Ariz.; a sister, Peggy Hatfield of Chandler, Ariz.; seven grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren.
Funeral was Dec. 16 at Westbrook Funeral Home Chapel, Beebe. Burial was in National Cemetery, Little Rock; csh12/18/96
|Gann||Rebecca||Rebecca Diane Powell Gann, aged 23, of Alexander, formerly of England, died Saturday, March 1, 1997.|
Survivors include her husband, Ricky Wayne Gann of Alexander; her parents, Jimmy and Diane Powell of Coy; and her grandparents, Claude and Lois Anderson of Quitman.
Funeral was Tuesday, March 4, at Wilson-Stephens Funeral Home in England. Burial was in Flat Bayou Cemetery; csh3/5/97
|Louis Belton Garland, 89 of Austin died Sept. 8.1997.|
Survivors include his wife, Nellie Burton Garland; a daughter, Bobbie Jean Theiring of Cabot; five sons, Roy Garland of Cabot, Donald Darland of Tupelo, Tommy Garland and Charles Garland, both of Austin, and Larry Garland of Hartfort; 16 grandchildren; and 17 great-grandchildren.
Funeral was Sept. 10 at Westbrook Funeral Home Chapel, with burial in Beebe Cemetery.; csh9/10/97
|Garlington||Audrey||Audrey Wilson Garlington, 71, of Kingsland died April 8, 1999.|
She was a member of Bethel Baptist Church, Cabot.
Survivors include her husband, Chester Garlington of Kingsland; a son, Max Garlington of Carthage; a daughter, Jan Harrell of Cabot; two brothers, Elbert Wilson of Kingsland and Jerry Wilson of Forrest City; four sisters, Doris O'Day of Fordyce, Dorothy Rogers of Kingsland, Reba Howell of Rye, Texas and Yvonne Freeman of Pineville, La.; eight grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren.
Funeral was April 10 at Benton Funeral Home Chapel, Fordyce, by Rev. A.D. Livingston and Rev. Paul Vincent, with burial in Kennedy Cemetery.; csh4/14/99
|Garner||Doris E.||Doris E. Garner, aged 86, of Antioch died Tuesday, Nov. 19, 1996.|
She was a member of the Antioch United Methodist Church.
Survivors include a son, John M Garner of Wynne; a daughter, Kathryn Mae Barnett of Jonesboro; a brother, Cecil Harrison of Searcy; a sister, Verna Davis of Bakersfield, Calif.; six grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren.
Funeral was Thursday, Nov. 21, at Antioch United Methodist Church. Burial was in Antioch Cemetery. W.L. Westbrook Funeral Home of Beebe was in charge of arrangement.; csh11/27/96
|Garner||George||George Robert Garner, aged 78, of Cabot died Sunday. He served in the 104th Timberwolf Infantry Division during WWII and was a prisoner of war in Germany, where he received the Purple Heart. He recently served as District VP for the 104th Division. He was a member of the Pisgah Methodist Church in Florence, Ala., and was active in the Cabot United Methodist Church. He was also a member of the American Legion and AARP.|
He is survived by his wife, Mary Garner; son, Eddie Garner of Killen, Ala.; two daughters, Sheila Wahl of Mesquite, Texas, Sandra Dyson of Durant, Okla; four stepchildren-John and Vicki McDonnold of Palmetta, Fla., Scott and Linda McDonnold of Flower Mound, Texas, Steve and Cindy McDonnold of Humble, Texas, and Elizabeth McDonnold of Dallas, Texas; brother, James Garner of Florence, Ala.; four grandchildren; stepgrandchildren.
A memorial service was Tuesday, August 22, 2000, at Cabot United Methodist Church. Services were Wednesday, August 23, 2000, at Pisgah Methodist Church in Florence, Ala., with interment in Pisgah Cemetery. Arrangements were by Cabot Funeral Home.; csh 8/23/2000
|James O. Garner, 61, of White Hall died Saturday at Baptist Medical Center in Little Rock.|
He was working at the White Hll Post Office and was a senior clerk. He was a member and deacon of Oak Grove Baptist Church, and also had served as a Sunday school teacher and superintendent and music director.
He is survived by his wife, Barbara Chambers Garner; two sons, Alan Garner of White Hall, David Garner of Jefferson; four grandchildren; his mother, Margaree Williams Garner of Lonoke; a brother, Mark Garner of Mt. Joliet, Tenn.; two sisters, Mary Evelyn McLoud of Lonoke and Glenda Tracer of Little Rock.
Funeral services were Tuesday in the Chapel of Ralph Robinson & Son. Burial was in Orion Cemetery. Memorials may be made to Oak Grove Baptist Church, 13112 Dollarway Road, Pine Bluff, Ark., 71602; csh8/29/2001
|Garnett||Horace||Horace Henry Garnett, 90, of Cabot, died Tuesday, April 10, 2001.He was an active member of Mt. Carmel Baptist Church since moving to Cabot in 1952.|
He is survived by his wife of 67 years, Mary Emma Garnett of the home; four children, Clovis Lee Garnett of Kentucky, Marylou Garnett Travis of Washington, James Henry Garnett of Texas, and Joe Eddie Garnett of Cabot; a sister, Doris Whitaker of Texas; eight grandchildren and eleven great-grandchildren.
Services were April 18 at Mt. Carmel Baptist Church. Interment was in Mt. Carmel Cemetery. Arrangements by Cabot Funeral Haome.
Memorials may be made to: Arkansas Hospice, 2200 Ft. Roots drive,North Little Rock, Arkansas 72114 or to Friend International, 14806 117th Place, N.E., Kirland, Washingto 98034.; csh4/18/2001
|Mary Emma Garnett, 88, of Cabot died July 9, 2001.|
She was a member of the United Methodist Women and Mt. Tabor United Methodist Church.
Her Husband of 67 years, Horace Henry Garnett, Preceded her in death April 10, 2001.
Survivors include her children, Clovis Lee Garnett of Kentucky, Marylou Garnett Travis of Washington, James Henry Garnett of Texas and Joe Eddie Garnett of Cabot; eight grandchildren; and 11 great grandchildren.
Funeral was at 10 a.m., July 17 at Mt. Tabor United Methodist Church, with burial in Mt. Carmel Cemetery. Arrangements were by Cabot Funeral Home.
Memorials may be made to Friend Internation, 14309 118th Ave., Kirland, Wash 98034.Friend International, a non-profit Christian organization, provides training, education and humanitarian aid to third wold countries, primarily Romania; csh7/18/2001
|Gladys Lee Blount Brown Garrett, 80, of Conway died Sept. 8, 2002.|
She was a clerk typist at the Little Rock Air Force Base and an Army Air Corp veteran.
Survivors include a brother, Gene Blount of San Francisco, Calif.; five stepsons, Jerry Garrett of Conway, John Garrett, Royce Garrett, and Brian Garrett, all of North Little Rock and Ronnie Garrett of Cabot; stepdaughter, Shirley Garrett of North Little Rock; 12 grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren.
Graveside service was Wednesday at Beryl Cemetery with Roller-McNutt Funeral Home of Conway in charge; csh9/11/2002
|Cathy Mae Garrison, 54, of Lonoke died April 17, 1998.|
Survivors include her husband, Fred Garrison of Lonoke; her mother, Edna Stewart of Story; four brothers, Floyd Stewart of Helena Montana, Mervin Stewart and James Stewart, both of Hot Springs, and Cecil Stewart of Story; two sisters, Ruby Reed of Hot Springs and Dorothy Dearden of Oroville, Calif.
Funeral was April 20 at Boyd Funeral Home Chapel, with burial in Brownsville Cemetery; csh 4/22/98
|Garrison||Harold||Harold "Deanie" Garrison, 52, of Jacksonville died April 22, 1998.|
Survivors include a son, Shaun D. Garrison of California; a daughter, Melissa Hamby of Jacksonville; two brothers, C.L. "Sonny" Garrison of Cabot and Bobby L. Garrison, both of North Little Rock; two sisters, Mary Ann Wilson of Jacksonville and Tina Sorrows of Lonoke; his mother, Monteen Wiedower Garrison of Sherwood; and three grandchildren.
Funeral was April 24 at Landmark Missionary Baptist Church, Jacksonville, by Rev. Lynn Baxter. Burial was in Rest Hills Memorial Park by Huson Funeral Home.
Memorials may be made to Landmark Missionary Baptist Church Building Fund, Jacksonville.; csh4/29/98
|Garrison||Holly||Holly Garrison, 46, of Cabot died July 12, 1997.|
He was a carpenter with Allen and Benton Construction Co.
Survivors include his wife, Freda Garrison of Cabot; a son, Brent Garrison; a daughter, Erica Garrison; two stepdaughters, Janet Garrison and Jennifer Erwin; a stepson, James Tarkington; a brother, Dorben Jones of Sherwood; a sister, Jane Thompson of Montgomery, Ala.; and two grandchildren.
Funeral was July 15 at North Little Rock Funeral Home Chapel, with burial in Bethel Cemetery.
Memorials may be made to Arkansas Children's Hospital Burn Center.; csh7/16/97
|Garvin||Alene||Alene Garvin, 88, of North Little Rock died Nov. 16, 1997.|
Funeral was Nov. 19 at North Little Rock Funeral Home Chapel, with burial in Sumner Cemetery.
Survivors include two sons, Mike Garvin and Carroll Garvin, both of North Little Rock; two sisters Bertie Arrington of Gravel Ridge and Gladys Garvin of North Little Rock; two grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren.; csh11/19/97
|Mallie Mavis Baxley Gash, 76, of Little Rock died March 21, 1999.|
She was a retired slaes person, and a member of Temple Baptist Church.
Survivors include her husband, Harold Gash; a daughter, Lana Gail Tipton of Fullerton, Calif.; a granddaughter; two sisters, Beulah Henderson and Eula Bee Sheppard, both of England; and a brother, Jouquine Baxley of Breckenridge, Texas.
Funeral was March 24 at Temple Baptist Churh by Rev. Martin Jamesdon and Rev. Richard Walters, with burial in Mulberry Cemetery at England. Arrangements were by Roller-Chenal Funeral Home.
Memorials may be made to Temple Baptist Church, Little Rock.; csh3/24/99
|Carl See Gately, age 82, of Cabot, died Aug. 20, 2002. He was a member of The Living Church of God.|
Survivors include a son, James Gately of Lynn Haven, Fla.; daughters, Jan Hughes of Cabot; and daughter, Gwen Dees of Jacksonville; a sister, Minnie "Sis" Ball of Cabot; eight grandhcildren and 12 great-grandchildren.
Funeral was Friday, Aug. 23, Cabot Funeral CHapel. Interment Mount Carmel Cemetery; csh8/28/2002
|Henry Caly "Bill" Gately Jr., aged 88, of Cabot died Oct. 13, 1996.|
He was a retired carpenter.
Survivors include a sister, Minnie "Sis" Ball of Cabot; and a brother, Carl S. Gately of Cabot.
Graveside service was Oct. 15 at Mt. Carmel Cemetery. Arrangements were by Moore's Cabot Funeral Home.; csh 10/16/96
|Gautney||Edward||Edward Tom Gautney, age 78, died Aug. 23, 2001.|
Survivors include his brothers, John Gautney and Danny Gautney; and sisters, Ruby Bailey and Joyce Bailey, all of Lonoke, Odell Hart of Carlisle and Linda Stogsdill of Little Rock.
Graveside services were Friday at Concord Cemetery by Boyd Funeral Home of Looke; csh8/29/2001
|Gauvey||David||David Douglas Gauvey, 64, of Heber Springs died Oct. 5, 1998.|
He was a retired construction contractor and a Baptist.
Survivors include his wife, Frances Porter of Hopewell; two daughters, Tammy Carmichael of Hopewell and Rhonda ALtom of Avanelle Hill of Heber Springs, Sue Owens of California; and seven grandchildren.
Funeral was Oct. 7 at Olmstead Funeral Home Chapel by Rev. Ervin Clayton, with burial in Magness Cemetery.; csh10/7/98
|Wilma Quik Gaylor, 89, of Searcy died April 5, 1998.|
She was a member of Valley Baptist Church at Searcy.
Survivors include three daughters, Carolyn Seats of Klamath, Calif., Judy Gray of Judsonia, and Teddy Wyatt of Searcy; a sister, Callie Rowland of Searcy; a brother, Burris Quick of Crescent City, Calif.; nine grandchildren; and seven great-grandchildren.
Funeral was April 8 at Westbrook Funeral Home Chapel, with burial in Harmony Cemetery; csh4/8/98
|Gaynor||Fred W.||Fred W. Gaynor, 61, of Cabot died Feb. 22, 2000. He was a 20-year veteran of the U.S. Air Force, and a 20-year employee of Lomanco Inc.|
Survivors include his wife, Marianna Nitschke Gaynor of Cabot.
Graveside service was Feb. 23, at Concord Cemetery by Boyd Funeral Home of Lonoke.
Memorials may be made to the Arkansas Heart Association or Concord Cemetery.; csh2/23/2000
|Gentry||Dennis||Dennis Gentry, 81, of Annville, Ky., died March 24, 2001. He was a pentecostal, a member of the Seven Pines Pentecostal Church and a World War II veteran.|
Survivors include two daughters, Wanda Scalf of Austin and Leona Dykes of London, Ky.; four grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren.
Funeral was March 26 at Justine memorial Funeral home, McKee, Ky., with burial in Seven Pine Cemetery; csh 4/11/2001
|Oma Evelyn Gentry, aged 77, of Lonoke died Saturday, March 29, 1997.|
Survivors include her husband, Mitchell Gentry; four sons, George Gentry of Springdale, Ronnie Gentry and Jerome Gentry, both of Cabot, and Randy Gentry of Lonoke; three daughters, Linda Browning of North Little Rock, Bonnie King and Sharon Rainwater, both of Lonoke; 17 grandchildren; and 21 greatgrandchildren.
Funeral was April 1 at New Testament Baptist Church at Lonoke. Burial was in Hicks Cemetery. Boyd Funeral Home of Lonoke was in charge of arrangements.; csh4/2/97
|John Frank Gibson Sr., 62, of Mayflower died Monday, May 12, 1997.|
Survivors include a son, John Frank Gibson Jr. of Cabot; two daughters, Gayla Huett of Cabot and Ethel Austin of Vicksburg, Miss.; two brothers, James Gibson of Abbeville, La. and Jimmy Gibson of Rayville, La.; and eight grandchildren.
Funeral was May 15 at Cabot Funeral Home Chapel, with burial in Mt. Carmel Cemetery with full military honors.; csh 5/21/97
|William Eugene "Billy" Giger, 27, of Lonoke died Oct. 5, 1998.|
He was a screen technician for Pro Window and Door Company.
Survivors include his wife, Kristy Marie Giger; a son, William Ryan Giger of Lonoke; a daughter, Lauren Marie Giger of Lonoke; his mother and stepfather, Mary and Don Sims of Lonoke; his adoptive father, Joe Giger of Little Rock; two brothers, Jeff Harrison of Jacksonville and Cory Giger of Danville, Va.; two sisters, Brenda Benson of Lonoke and Kelly Harrison of Little Rock; a stepbrother, Cary Don Sims of Little Rock; a stepsister, ReseAnne Sims of Austin, Texas and his grandmothers, Aleene Giger of Little Rock and Crystal Sims of North Little Rock.
Funeral will be at 2 p.m., Oct. 9 at Roller-Owens Funeral Home by Rev. Dennis Smith, with burial in Lonoke Cemetery.; csh10/7/98
|Phyllis Marie Gipson, 54, of Ward died in late July, 1997.|
She was a former kindergarten teacher, Justice of the Peace for Butlerville, and a member of the Ladies' Auxiliary VFW.
Survivors include her mother, Katherine Taylor of Ward; three stepsons, Hershel Croy of Little Rock, Randy Gipson of Lonoke and Dick Croy of Birmingham, Ala.; three stepdaughters, Deborah Kitchens of Roland, COnnie Preist of Mayflower and Laura Gipson of Little Rock; three half brothers; six half sisters; three step-grandchildren; and a step-great-grandchild.
Funeral was Sept. 29 at Cabot Funeral Home Chapel, with burial in National Cemetery at Little Rock.; csh10/1/97
|Annie Mae Givens, 59, departed this life Nov. 17, 2001.|
Cherishing her memories are sons, Cedrick Williams of Pine Bluff and Dreamon Watson of Texarkana; daughter, Tarquinta Givens of Lonoke; and a granddaughter, LaNoiya Watson of Texarkana.
Family hour will be from 3:30 p.m. to 5 p.m., Friday, at Boyd Funeral Home, Lonoke. Services will be at 11 a.m., Saturday, at St. John Baptist Church.; csh11/21/2001
|Wesley Jared Glasco, infant son of Dwayne and Kelley Glasco of North Little Rock, died Tuesday, Feb. 4, 1997.|
Survivors include his grandparents, Mary Glasco and Fred and Fran Dice; and his great-grandparents, Ethel Crane and Bertha Gladbach.
Funeral will be 2 p.m., Thursday, Feb. 6, at the Hamilton Baptist Church, south of Carlisle. Burial will be in Hamilton Cemetery.
Memorials may be made to the Arkansas Children's Hospital.; csh2/5/97
|Glassing||Floyd||Floyd Charles Glassing, 74, of Cabot died Sept. 24, 1997.|
He was a mechanic for Lomanco Corporation.
Survivors include his wife, Patricia Ann Glassing of Cabot; four sons, Charles Richard Glassing of Minnesota, Charles Floyd Glassing of Jacksonville, Dennis Belden of Cabot and John Belden of Deland, Fla.; five daughters, Barbara Moneyham, Geri Bladow, Mary Vosk, Nancy Johnson of Minnesota and Peny Belden of Nashville, Tenn.; a sister, Lorine Dalman of Minnesota; 22 grandchildren; and 12 great-grandchildren; and 12 great-grandchildren.
Funeral was Sept. 27 at Moore's Jacksonville Funeral Home.; csh10/1/97
|Debra Lynn Cook Glaze, 31, of Benton died Jan 3, 1999|
She was a nurse at Saline Memorial Hospital.
Survivors include her husband, Scott Glaze of Benton; her father and stepmother, Charles and Bonnie Cook of Sherwood; her mother, Jeanette Lindsey of Trumann; three brothers, Rickey Cook and Mike Cook, both of Jacksonville, and Gary Cook of Sherwood; a step-sister, Kimberly Rogers of Lonoke; and a stepbrother, Michael Phillips of Seattle, Wash.
Funeral was Jan. 5 at First Baptist Church, Benton, by Rev. Rick Grant, with burial in Pinecrest Cemetery at Alexander.; csh1/6/99
|Gloston||Nicole||Nicole Yolanda Gloston, 28, of Jacksonville died July 27, 1998.|
Survivors include her mother, Norma Gloston of Lonoke; a son, Justine Lee Tyler Williams of Lonoke; a brother, Harold Gloston Jr. of Batesville; and a sister, Angela Gloston of Jacksonville.
A memorial service was Aug. 1 at J.U. Elston Memorial Chapel by Miller-Elston Mortuary.; csh 8/5/98
|Glover||Billie L.||Billie L. GLover, 78, of Lonoke died April 3, 1998.|
He was a retired owner of the Lonoke Recreation Parlor, and a Methodist. He served in the CCC from 1940-41, in Idaho.
Survivors include a brother, Jimmie D. Glover of Little Rock.
Graveside service was April 6 at Glover Cemetery by Westbrook Funeral Home of Beebe.; csh4/8/98
|Buford Edward Glover, 80, of Jacksonville, died Oct. 20, 2002. He was a 392nd Bomb Group veteran of World War II where he was decorated with the Silver Star, Congressional Medal, and Air Medal with five Oak Leaf Clusters. He owned car dealterships for 50 years in North Little Rock. He was a member of Faith Missionary Baptist Church and Sertome Club.|
Survivors include his wife, Marian Bryant Glover, two sons, Michael Glover of Sherwood and Chucky Glover of North Little Rock; one daughter, Marilyn Kay Miller of Jacksonville; four grandhcildren and five great-grandchildren.
Funeral will be at 11 a.m. Thursday Oct. 24, 2002 at Faith Misionary Baptist Church with burial in Oak Grove Cemetery. Family will receive friends from 6 to 8 p.m. Wednesday at North Little Rock Funeral Home, 1921 Main St.; csh10/23/2002
|Ernest Alton Glover, 61, of North Little Rock died Thursday, Sept. 12, 2002.|
He was a member of Faith Baptist Church, retired from the North Little Rock Police Department with 35 years service and was a member of the Fraternal Order of Police and Municipal Police Association.
He is survived by his wife, Jeannie (Kilgore) Glover; two sons, Jeff Glover and Scot Glover, both of North Little Rock; two granddaughters, four brothers, Joe Glover, Clifton Glover, Roy Glover and Alan Glover, all of Lonoke.
Graveside services were Saturday at Hicks Cemetery, Lonoke County. Arrangements by North Little Rock Funeral Home.; csh9/18/2002
|Fred V. Glover Sr., 84, of Guy died June 25, 1997.|
He was a retired teamster in Little Rock and a member of Mt. Olive Baptist Church at Guy.
Survivors include his wife, Virgie Glover; three sons, Fred Glover Jr. of North Little Rock, Robert Glover and John Glover, both of Guy; a daughter, Shirley Thornton of Cabot; 10 grandchildren; 21 great-grandchildren; and a great-great-grandchild.
Funeral was June 28 at Mt. Olive Baptist Church by Rev. Ed Stephenson. Committal service was in Edgewood Memorial Park. North Little Rock Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.; csh7/2/97
|Hazel J. Glover, 93, of Carrlisle, founder of Chambers Nursing Home Center Inc., departed this life to be with the Lord on Thursday, Oct. 24, 2002. She was a member of the First Baptist Church of Carlisle, Ark.|
A Successful business woman, beloved mother and grandmother serving at the time of her death as board member and secretary/treasurer of Chambers Nursing Home Center Inc. of Carlisle and also serving as a administrator previously for 40 years.
Her mother, Irene "Fat Mama" Chambers, who established the parent corporation Chambers Nursing Home Inc., which was the first licensed nursing home in Lonoke County, preceded her daughter in death. Hazel officially joined her mother in the business approximately 40 years ago.
Hazel was recoginized for her outstaindingf service by the nursing home industry, receiving numerous awards and was honored by the Area Agency on Aging for her dedicated service.
She was also honored by recieving citations from the executive and legislative branches of state goverment from the state of Arkansas.
A native of Lonoke County, born in Ward, Ark., she went on to graduated from Lonoke High School. On May 28, 1928, she was united in marriage to W.H. Glover Jr. and was previously recognized by President Bill Clinton in the year of 2000 for this milestone in their life together. They have just recently celebrated the 74th wedding anniversary.
The Carlisle community will always remember her and W.H. Sitting on the front porch of their old home place watching the traffic go by and visiting with their family and friends.
She was preceded in death by her mother, Irene Chambers; a son, Bill Glover both of Carlisle; and a half-brother, Reginald Garrett of Fordyce, Ark.
She is survived by her husband, W.H. Glover Jr.; a son, Rep. Bobby L. Glover and a daughter-in-law, Helen Baldwin Glover, all of Carlisle. Also, she is survived by seven grandchildren; 10 great-grandchildren; and one great-great-grandchild; and a host of beloved relatives and friends and the many residents and fellow workers whom she loved as her family.
Services were held at 2 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 27, 2002, at First Baptist Church in Carlisle. Rev. David Lee officated.
Pallbearers were John H. Pack, Ray Glover, Johnny Hart, Johnny Smith, Billy Joe Shoup and Hardy Butler.
Honorary pallbearers were Marion Partain, Wils Simmons, Carrol Young, Gaines Young, Pat Cook, Mon Cochran and Tom Clement.
In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the First Baptist Church in Carlisle.; csh10/30/2002
|Jesse Eugene Glover, 74, of Fayetteville died Monday, Jan 11, at the Butterfield Tril Village Health Care Unit. He was born Feb. 10, 1924 in Lonoke, Ark., son of Jesse and Artie Mae Ray Glover.|
He served as a sergeant in the United States Army in the South Pacific during World War II.
He is survived by his wife, Rita Glover of Fayetteville; one daughter, Wilma Jean Glover Owens of Tunica, Miss.; one stepson, Van Brewer of Prairie Grove, Ark.; a brother, Ross Glover of Cabot; and a sister, Ruth Haag of North Little Rock.
A memorial service will be held Friday, Jan. 15, at First Christian Church of Fayetteville. Dr. James D. Johnson officiated.
In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to your local cancer society or to Friends of Hospice, 1125 n. College, Fayetteville, Ark. 72703.
Arrangements are by Nelson Funeral Home; csh1/20/99
|Mildred Carrie Flynt Glover, 84, of Lonoke died March 3, 2000.|
She was a member of the Bessie Bransford Sunday School Class of the Lonoke United Methodist Church.
Survivors include two sons, Jack G. Glover of Illinois and Johnny W. Glover of Lonoke; eight grandchildren; nine great-grandchldren; a sister, Essie Glover of Carlisle; and two brothers, Bill Flynt of Duncan, Okla., and Bobby R. Flynt of Sheridan.
Funeral was March 5 at Boyd Funeral Home Chapel, with interment in Wattensaw Cemetery.; csh3/8/2000
|Robert Allen Glover, 55, of Ward died Aug. 22, 1998.|
He was a retired diesel mechanic for United Van Lines.
Survivors include his wife, Sarah Glover of Ward; two sons, David Donovan of Jaksonville and Mark Donovan of Tallahassee, Fla; a daughter, Kelly Baldwin of Cabot; three sisters, Verna Dodge of Davenport, Fla., Barbara Countryman and Cheryl Rainbolt, both of Ottumwa, Iowa; and three grandchildren.
Funeral was Aug. 24 at Cocklebur Baptist Church, with burial in Butlerville Cemetery by Westbrook Funeral Home of Beebe.; csh8/26/98
|Rhonda Fentrice Kelly Glover, 94, of Lonoke, died Thursday, Sept. 3, 2002 at Parkway Health Center, Little Rock.|
She was a graduate of Lonoke High School. She taught piano, voice and accordion for over 65 years in Lonoke County. Her draditional recitials were wonderful but long. Every student was spotlighted. She taught music in Carlisle Public Schools and at Arkansas State University at Beebe.
Her Parents, Miles D. Kelly, M.D. and Mary Susan Hodges; her husband, Luther W. Glover; her brothers, Miles F. Kelly, M.D., Robert M. Kelly, M.D. and Rear Adm. James W. Kelly USN (ret) preceded her in death.
Survivors are nieces and nephews, Mary Jane Taylor, guardian, of Little Rock, Betty L. Kelly, M.D. of Carson City, Nev., William P. Kelly, Sheridan, Carrie Sue Sullivan, North Little Rock, Robert M. Kelly, Jr., Waco, Texas, T.J. Miles Kelly, Hephzibah, Ga., James M. Kell, Alexandria, Va., Miles D. Kelly, Lexington, Va., Ruth Tweedy, Ft. Walter Beach, Fla., Ann Marie Watson, Lufkin, Texas, and James Berry Varnell, Houston, Texas.
Graveside service was Friday, Sept. 6, at Salem Cemetery, Carlsile. Memorials may be made to Bethlehem Church, 2540 Bethlehem Road, Lonoke, Arkansas 72086; csh9/11/2002
|Glover||Ross||Ross Madison Glover, aged 82, of Cabot, died Wednesday, February 15, 2001.|
He was born in Lonoke to the late Jesse and Artie Ray Glover. After high school he embarked on a series of adventures prior to joing the U.S. Navy. He was eventually assigned to the cruiser USS Houston. His ship was sunk after a fierce battle in the Sundra Straits off the coast of Java. He was a prisoner of war for over three and a half years where he and his fellow POWs built the railroad from Burma to Thailand, which included the bridge over the River Kwai. He survived this horrible situation and was liberated in Vietnam in 1945. Ross remained in the Navy for over 20 years with a variety of assignments in Hawaii, Alaska and California. Upon his retirement he returned to Arkansas and began a career as a barber, opening a shop on Markham. In 1965 then Governor Faubus appointed Ross secretary of the Arkansas Burial Board serving until 1979. After his second retirement he moved to Cabot where he began farming where he was well known for his great watermelons and cantaloupes. Ross was an avid sportsman and an excellent marksman. He loved to hunt quail and trained dogs to be some of the best hunting dogs in the county.
He is survived by his wife of over 54 years, Patricia George Glover of Cabot, one son Ross Douglas Glover of Little Rock, two daughters, Janet Glover Davis of Little Rock, Stacy Glover Scott of Maumelle; one sister, Ruth Haag of North Little Rock; and six grandchildren.
Funeral service was held Monday at Ruebel Funeral home, officiated by Rick Pitma and Mackey Pitman. Burial was in Mount Carmel Cemetery in Cabot.
Memorials may be made to the McArthur Museum of Arkansas Military History in Little Rock; csh2/21/2001
|W.H. Glover Jr., 94, of Carlisle, departed this life to be with the Lord and his wife of 74 1/2 years on Monday, Oct. 28, 2002.|
He was a member of the First Baptist Church and the First United Methodist Men's Bible Class, all of Carlisle, Ark., and was responsible in establishing the Gideon Camp for Lonoke County.
He and his father were owners and operators of Glover Cotton Gin Co. in five locations, including Carlisle and Lonoke. He was also a building contractor. At a later date, he and his wife were involved in the skating rink business at numerous locations in Arkansas.
After semi-retiring, he took on the responsibility of keeping up the maintenance of Chambers Nursing Home Inc. of Carlisle, owned by his mother-in-law, Irene Chambers, and adminsitered by his wife, Hazel J. Glover.
A native of Lonoke County, born north of Lonoke, Ark., in the Sand Hills, he attended the Fairview and Carlisle Public Schools and was active and involved sports.
On May 28, 1928, he was united in marriage to Hazel J. Glover, and was previously recognized by President Bill Clinton in the year of 2000 for this milestone in their life together. They have just recently celebrated their 74th wedding anniversary.
After retiring, the highlight of their life was sitting at their old homeplace on the front porch visiting with friends and relatives.
He was receded in death by his parents, William Hiram Glover Sr. and Essie Flynt Glover; three sisters, Ala Mae Baldwin, Susie Young Dragoo and Odell Veaches; and a son, Bill Glover of Carlisle. His wife, Hazel J. Glover, of whom he recently celebrated their 74th wedding anniversary, ent to be with the Lord four days before his departure.
Survivors include a son, Rep. Bobby L. Glover, and a daughter-in-law, Helen Baldwin Glover of Carlisle; a brother, Wayne Glover of Carlisle; two nieces, Sue Baldwin Lackie of North Little Rock and Anita Glover Hardke of Hazen; two nephews, Jim Young of Conway and Larry Wayne Glover of Florida; seven grandchildren; 10 great-grandchildren; one great-great-grandchild; and a host of beloved relatives and friends.
Services will be held at 2 p.m., THursday, Oct. 31, at the First Baptist Church of Carlisle. Rev. David Lee will officiate.
Pallbearers will be Ray Glover, Johnny Hart, Wils Simmons, Johnny Smith, Don Young and Jim Young. Honorary pallbearers will be Tom Clement, Mon Cochran, Joe Cordell, James Dowdy, James Flynt, Jimmy Glover and Marion Partain.
Visitation will be held from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., Oct. 30, at Westbrook Funeral Home in Hazen. Memorials may be made to the First Baptist Church of Carlisle or Gideon International, P.O. Box 751, Lonoke, Ark. 72086; csh10/30/2002