|Aaron||Johnny W.||Johnny W. Aaron, 68, of North Little Rock, died Thursday, Jan. 14. He was of the Baptist faith.|
He was preceded in death by his wife, Rebecca Aaron.
Survivors include a daughter, Sharon Peeks of North Little Rock; a son, Larry Wynn of Dallas; brother, Arlis Aaron of Texarkana; two sisters, Bobbie Nell Henesley of Hope and Valdine Lewis of Texarkana; nine grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were held Saturday, Jan. 16, at the North Little Rock Funeral Home chapel with burial in Hope, Ark.; nlrt1/28/99
|Abbott||Earlie||Earlie Abbott, 85, of North Little Rock, a retired employee of Missouri Pacific Railroad and a member of Crosspoint Baptist Church, died Saturday, June 12.|
He is survived by his wife of 65 years, Inez Bridges Abbott; two daughters, Reba Abbott of North Little Rock and Jo Ann Murphy of Ward; a sister, Carrie Scott of North Little Rock; three grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were held Monday, June 14, at North Little Rock Funeral HOme Chapel with the Revs. K. Alvin Pitt and Harold Chandler officiating, with burial in Sumner Cemetery. The family requests that memorials be made to Crosspoint Baptist Church, 5301 Summer Tree Dr., North Little Rock, AR 72116; nlrt 6/24/1999
F.Lewis F. Abbott, 81, of Cabot, retired from the Fort Roots Fire Department, died Wednesday, Jan. 26.|
He was a member of the 505 Ordnance Heavy Tank Maintenance Unit During World War II, providing tank support for the invasion of Normandy. "Pappy", as he was affectionately called, was a member of Zion Hill Baptist Church and the Manning Hunting Club, and he loved working in his garden, riding his 4-wheeler and taking care of his cows with his dog Slick.
He was preceded in death by two brothers, Monroe and Bill, one daughter, Judy Kay Teague; and one grandchild, Todd Abbott. Survivors include his wife of 59 years, Sybil Abbott; one son, Toney and wife Carolyn; one daughter, Vickie Humphrey and husband, Robert, all of Cabot; two sisters, Opal Adams of Jacksonville and Elsie Phillips of Cabot; nine grandchildren and three great-granddaughters. Funeral services were held Saturday, Jan. 29, at Zion Hill Baptist Church. The family requests that memorials be made to the Zion Hill Baptist Building Fund.; nlrt2/3/2000
|Abbott||Louine||Louine Abbott, 74, of North Little Rock, died Saturday, Nov. 29. She was a homemaker and a member of Levy Baptist Church and Eastern Star.|
She was preceded in death by her husband, Bill Abbott, Survivors include a son and daughter-in-law, Glenn and Patti Abbott of North Little Rock; daughter, Pam Abbott of North Little Rock; a brother, Thruman Fortson of Jacksonville; a sister, Mar Kehr of Dallas, Texas three grandchildren, Todd, Jeff and Amy Abbott; one great-granddaughter, Sydney An Abbott.
Funeral services were held Tuesday, Dec. 2, at Levy Baptist Church.
The family requests that memorials be made to Baptist Home Health and Hospice of Levy Baptist Church; nlrt1/22/1998
|Abbott||Thurman||The War Department has notified Mrs. Donie Abbott, 195 Pike avenue that her son, Pvt. Thurman Abbott was killed fighting in New Guines.; nlrt9/29/1944|
|Abbott||Vernon R.||Vernon R. Abbott, 78, of North Little Rock, died Sunday, April 5. He was retired from Vestal Florist, a veteran of World War II, and a deacon of Crosspoint Baptist Church.|
He is survived by his wife, Louise Abbott; daughter, Doris Shirley; sons, Vernon Ray Abbott, Ronald N. Abbott; stepchildren, Charles E. Hampton, Groverlyn M. Irving, Mary M. Morton; 9 grandchildren; and 13 great-grandchildren; brother, Earlie W. Abbott; two sisters, Carrie Scott and Arnie Gwin.
Funeral services were held Thursday, April 9, at Crosspoint Baptist Church with the Revs. K. Alvin Pitt and John Matthews officiating. Burial was in Sumner Cemetery.;nlrt4/16/1998
|Paz Armada Abordo, 84, of Little Rock, died Wednesday, Aug. 9.|
Survivors include three daughters, Elsa Bayani and husband Tim of North Little Rock, Fanny Arbordo of London, England, Merlyn Gray and husband Raymond of Little Rock; grandchildren, Syttel, Emerald, Radzi Lee, Nikki Bayani and Ruby Ancheta and husband Elmer; great-grandchildren, Jacel, Gabrielle and Breanna; brothers, Nick, Ramon and Diosdado Armada; and a sister, Patrocinia Armada.
A memorial service was held Saturday, Aug. 12 in the Griffin Leggett-Rest Hills chapel.; nlrt 8/24/2000
|Aclin||Fulmer||Fulmer Aclin, aged 46, of Conway, died at the residence of his sister, Mrs. W.T. Aclin, 1602 State street at 6:15 o'clock Wednesday morning. Survived by his wife, three sons, Nolton, 18; Commidor, 5; Theordore, 2; two daughters, Ruby, 16; Clara, 14; six brothers, Harry Joe, Oral, Vergil, Jessie, Andrew; four sisters, Tennie, Annie, Tavis, Cora all of Conway. The body will be taken overland to Conway Wednesday by Owens & Co. Burial at Conway Thursday.; nlrt4/10/1929|
|Aclin||Hubert C.||Hubert C. Aclin, aged 36, a salesman who lived at 216 North Locust street, died at a Little Rock Hospital Sunday. His death resulted from injuries suffered two weeks ago in an automobile near Benton. He has been seriously ill at the hospital since the accident. Mr. Aclin is survived by his wife, a daughter, Kathleen of North Little Rock; two brothers Dr. E.L. Aclin of Little Rock and Carl Aclin of Beebe and a sister Mrs. Floy Gutterford of El Paso, White County.|
Funeral services were held at 9 o'clock Monday morning at the family residence in charge of Rev. T.L. Harris, pastor of the First Baptist church. The body was taken overland by Owen & Co. to El Paso for burial. Pall bearers were: Active: J.B. Gurdon, J.M. Sullivan, W.R. Green, C.L. Venable, O.B. Clark, Ewing Powell; and Honorary: Sam Hamilton, Earl Knight, H. Deane, W. Prichard and Dr. F.R. Sweet; nlrt1/15/1930
|Effie Hooper Adams, 77, of North Little Rock, died Sunday, Oct. 11.|
She was a retired Licensed Practical Nurse and a member of Oakwood Baptist Church.
She is survived by her daughter, Betty Westbrooks of Houston, Texas; two grandchildren, Debbie Todd and Rick Westbrooks; nieces, Claudine Chapagne of Lafayette, Colo., and Josephine Montgomery of Keller, Texas; great-niece Elaine Presavento of Riverside, Ill.
Funeral services were held Wednesday, Oct. 14, at Roller-Owens with the Rev. Deqayne Richards officiating.
Burial was in Pinecrest Memorial Park.; nlrt10/15/1998.
|Johnie Faye Doughty Adams of North Little Rock, a member of Levy Baptist Church, died Wednesday, Sept. 6, at the age of 80.|
Survivors include her husband of 59 years, Robert E. Adams; three sons and daughters-in-law, Gary and Randa Adams of Conway, Mike and Mary Adams of Maumelle, Mark and Melody Adams of Sherwood; four grandchildren, Jason, Dylan, Ryan and Hayley; two sisters, Reba Baker and Gola Jean Myers, both of Perryville.
Funeral services were held Saturday, Sept. 9, at Levy Baptist Church with the Rev. Al Sparkman officiating. Burial was at National Cemetery.
The family requests that memorials be made to Levy Baptist Chruch, 3501 Pike Avenue, North Little Rock, AR 72118.; nlrt9/14/2000
|Vida Joy Havens Adams, 82, of North Little Rock, a member of Berean Baptist Church, died Thursday, Jan. 29.|
Survivors include her husband, Delton J. Adams; daughter and son-in-law, Del Ann and Danny Goff of North Little Rock; two granddaughters, Jessica Goff and Alison Goff; brother, Joe Havens of Greenbrier, and two sisters, Maxine Pryor of Greenbrier and Martha Ayers of Conway.
Funeral services were held Saturday, Jan 31, at North Little Rock. Funeral Home Chapel with burial in Edgewood Memorial Park.; nlrt2/12/1998
|Mona Winkler Adkins, 91, of North Little Rock, died Tuesday, March 14.|
Survivors include her daughter, Mona Lanigan of Cabot; two sons, George Heinrich of Gainsvoort, N.Y., and Heinz Heinrich of Joy, Ark; 10 grandchildren; 23 great-grandchildren; numerous great-great-grandchildren; and one sister, Margaret Meis of Sturgis, S.D.
Graveside services were held Friday, March 17, at Bayou Meto Cemetery.; nlrt3/23/2000
|Ahart||Bernice||Bernice Ahart, 72, of North Little Rock, died Wednesday, Feb. 11. She was the widow of Shelby Ahart Sr. She was a retired receptionist/switchboard operator at Little Rock Machinery Co. where she worked for 42 years.|
Her survivors include a son and daughter-in-law, Shelby and Karla Ahart, Jr. of North Little Rock; daughters, Brenda Marlin of North Little Rock, Pam Leisenring and husband Tom of North Little Rock; grandchildren, Kim, Cheryl, Eric, Rebecca and Blake; one great-granddaughter Shelby; a brother, Raymond Gachot of Little Rock; two sisters, Barbara Holderfiled of North Little Rock and Carolyn Wells of Sherwood.
Graveside services were held Friday, Feb. 13, at Griffin Leggett-Rest Hills Memorial Park.; nlrt2/26/1998
|Aikens||Hilda J.||Hilda J. Aikens, 57, of Jacksonville died Tuesday, July 28. She was a member of the Ladies Auxillary VFW Post #458.|
She is survived by her husband of 40 years, Lloyd B. Aikens Jr.; two daughters, Dorinne Aikens of Corpus Christi, Texas, and Lorraine Smith and her husband, Johnny, of Sherwood; son, Lloyd E. Aikens and his wife, AMy, of San Juan Puerto Rico; and four grandchildren, Robert Smith, Kasey Smith, Paige Smith and Allison Aikens.
Funeral services were held Saturday, Aug. 1, at the chapel of Griffin & Leggett-Rest Hills with interment following at Rest Hills Memorial Park.; nlrt8/6/1998
|Nibih "Nick" Akel, 66, of Sherwood, a cabinet maker who worked for One Source Lumber for 15 years, died Saturday, Feb. 12. He was a member of Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church.|
He is survived by a son and daughter-in-law, Ghassan and Jane Akel of Chicago; a daughter and son-in-law, Olivet and Joseph Ghanem of Sterling, Va.; two brothers, Essa Akel of Sherwood and Fuad Akel of Chicago; and two sisters, Masadeh Bateh of Jacksonville, Fla., and Andrea Ghanem of Sterling, Va.
Funeral services were held Wednesday, Feb. 16, at Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church with the Rev. Nicholas Verdaris officiating. Interment was at Rest Hills Memorial Park.; nlrt2/24/2000
|James Walker Akin, 56, of Beebe, died Sunday, Dec. 17.|
His father, James K. Akin, preceded him in death. Survivors include his wife of 30 years, Linda Harrod Akin; sons, James H. and Christopher W. Akin, all of Beebe; his mother, Mary Elizabeth Akin; brother William H. Akin, both of North Little Rock.
Funeral services were held Wednesday, Dec. 20, in Griffin Leggett-Rest Hills chapel Burial followed at Bayou Meto Cemetery in Jacksonville; nlrt12/21/2000
|Frank Edward Albright, 86, of North Little Rock, who retired as chief supervisor of production at the Lonoke plant of Remington Arms, died Saturday, March 24.|
Born in Stratford, Conn., he had moved to this area in 1970. He attended Immaculate Conception Church and was a member of the Knights of Columbus. After retirement, he became involved in woodworking, which he loved and which served as entertainment for his grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by his wife of more than 60 years, Mary Irene "Renee" ALbright. Survivors include two daughter, Kath and Maura; four sons, Frank Albright Jr, Peter ALbright, John Albright, Chris Albright; Grandchildren,Danny Albright, David Morsey, Rebecca Morsey, Jessica Morsey, George Morsey Jr. Debby and Erin Albright, Zachary Moore, Quinlan Albright, Kristae Brock, Austin Brock, Meredith Bolick, Justin Bolick; and four great-grandchildren.
Furner services were held Saturday, March 31, in North Little Rock Funeral Home chapel with burial in Rest Hills Memorial Park; nlrt4/5/2001
|Addie Corpier Allen, a member of Baring Cross Baptist Church since 1957, died Saturday, March 1. She was a member of the Ammona Sunday School Class, the Betty Spann Circle and the G.I.A.|
She is survived by her husband, J.D. Allen; brother, Ray McNeil of North Little Rock; a sister, Pauline Kane of Little Rock.
Funeral services were held Tuesday, March 4, at Baring Cross Baptist Church. Burial was in Rest Hills Memorial Park.
The family request that memorials be made to the Baring Cross Baptist Church, North Little Rock, Arkansas.; nlrt3/6/97
|Kenneth R. "Ken" Allen, 51, of North Little Rock, died Monday, Feb. 17. Survivors include two daughters, Sherry Lynn Belbins and Melissa Carol Sinch; one brother, Charles Allen; one granddaughter.|
Graveside services were held Friday, Feb. 21, at Little Rock National Cemetery.; nlrt2/27/1997
|Allen||Ola M.||Ola M. Allen, 90 of North Little Rock, retired from Tuf-Nut Garment Factory and a member of First Free Will Baptist Church of North Little Rock, died Saturday, March 4.|
She was preceded in death by her husband, Eugene B. Allen, five sisters and one brother. Survivors include four sisters, Elizabeth Allen and Stella Wilson and Husband Jason, both of North Little Rock; Naomi Whitley and Husband J.W. of Mablevale and Lula Bashaw of Cole Camp, Mo.
Funeral services were held Monday, March 6, at First Free Will Baptist Church with burial in Edgewood Memorial Park; nlrt3/16/2000
|Allen||Ruth||Ruth Allen, 84, of Sherwood, a homemaker and Baptist, died Friday, March 3. She is survived by five daughters and three sons-in-law, Gereda and Rudy Torres of Sherwood, Margaret "Lu" Carpenter of North Little Rock, Loyeta and Dan Rico, Lois Hatfield, Tina Allen and Carl Rogers, all of Sherwood; seven grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren; and a sister, Wavel Barnum.|
Graveside services were Monday, March 6, near Higden, Ark; nlrt3/16/2000
|Allen||Thelma M.||Thelma M. Allen, 96, of North Little Rock, a former school teacher who has been active in many civic organizations, died Tuesday, July 18.|
She was a life member of the Women's Society of Christian Service for the Methodist church, former President of Engineers' Wives' Club, a member of Home Demonstration Club and the Arkansas Ceramic Association and a homemaker.
Her husband of 61 yeears Tandy V. Allen, Sr. preceded her in death.
Survivors include her daughter and son-in-law Phyllis A. and John Kincannon; sons and daughters-in-law Tandy V. and Sally Allen II, Richard E. and Doretta Allen; 10 grandchildren; 20 great-grandchildren; sister, Margaret M. Hurt of North Little Rock; and brother, Brenton E. McGee of Portland, Ore.
Funeral services were held Monday, July 24, in the chapel of Griffin Leggett-Rest Hills Funeral Home. Burial was at Rest Hills Memorial Park.; nlrt8/3/2000
|Lavon Allen, 70, of North Little Rock died Sunday, March 28, after a lengthy illness. He was retired from Chicopee.|
He was preceded in death by his mother and father, Troy and Lula Price Allen; and father-in-law and mother-in-law, Bennie and Georgia Gore.
He is survived by his wife, Betty Gore Allen; sons, Larry Allen of Conway and Steve Allen and wife, Luanne, of Beebe; daughter and son-in-law, Rebecca and Ben Davis of North Little Rock; three grandsons, Russ and Austin Allen and Benjamin Davis; brother and sister-in-law, Harold and Hilda Allen of Goldsboro, N.C.; and three nieces, Donna, Debbie and Kellie
Funeral services were held Wednesday, March 31 at Roller-Owens Funeral Home Chapel with Walt Hendrickson officiating. Interment was in Oakland Cemetery, Holland, Arl. The family requests that memorials be made to the American Heart Association.; nlrt4/1/1999
|Retha Fender Allison, 90, of Walnut Ridge, died at the Lawrence memorial Hospital in Walnut Ridge early Sunday, Aug. 18.|
She is survived by three sons, Murial Allison of Walnut Ridge and Millard Allison and Linden Allison, both of North Little Rock; also 10 grandchldren and 12 great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were held Monday, Aug. 19 at the Walnut Ridge First Baptist Church.; nlrt8/22/1996
|Sammy Lynn Alton, 56, of North Little Rock, a 25-year dental technician who owned Alton's Crown and Bridge Dental lab in Little Rock, died Sunday, Aug. 8.|
He is survived by two sons, Sammy Alton Jr. and James Alton; one grandson, Sammy Alton III; two sisters, Willette Atkins, Nancy Wimberly; one brother, Dennis Burnett. Graveside services were held Wednesday, Aug. 11, in Edgewood Memorial Park; nlrt8/19/1999
|Anderson||Frank||Frank Anderson, Jr., a lifelong resident of North Little Rock who worked for many years in the construction industry here, died Friday, Dec. 13, at the aged of 59.|
He is survived by his parents, Susie and Frank Anderson of North Little Rock; his estranged wife Elbertrude Anderson of North Little Rock; two sons, Russell and Franchot Anderson, both of Wichita, Kan.; one grandson, Ross Anderson, two stepsons, Roaul Smith of Kansas City, Mo. and Daryl Smith of Wichita, Kan., one stepdaughter, Carla Mitchell and two step grandsons, Mickey and Anthony Mitchell of North Carolina; parents, Susie and Frank Anderson of North Little Rock; two brothers, Johnny and Charlie Anderson, both of New York and a sister Susie Anderson Jackson of Little Rock.
Funeral services were held in Wichita, Kan., on Tuesday, Dec. 17, with burial in the National Cemetery in Leavenworth, Kan.; nlrt12/26/96
|Glenn Leland Anderson, aged 76, of North Little Rock, died Sunday, May 31. Born to Swedish immigrants in Sough Dakota, he graduated from South Dakota State University with a degree in Mechanical engineering. He served tours of duty in World War II, the Korean Conflict, and the Cuban Crisis and flew numerous Aircorp/Airforce planes as well as Sikorsky H-19 and BELL H-3 air ambulance helicopters. He served the VA Hospitals as a resident engineer in several cities, the returned to Little Rock to serve as a hospital engineering inspector for the Arkansas Department of Health.|
He was a member of Shepherd of the Hills Lutheran Church, volunteering with unending engergies. His favorite career was being a grandfather.
His love of country and children led him to serve in the Boy Scouts of America as a district commissioner and member of the high review board for the Golden trails District in Philmont Scout Ranch and as an assistant leader of Pack 18 in North Little Rock.
He is survived by his wife of 51 years, Myrna Bennett Anderson of North Little Rock; two daughters, Glenna Roberts and husband Allen of Dover, and Dr. Carla Anderson of Little Rock; daughter-in-law Janet Anderson of Newport News, Va.; seven grandchildren, Christina and Cort Bosley of North Little Roc; Breanne and Brent Bakhop of Little Rock; Lily and Greg Roberts of Dover and April Anderson of Newport News, Va.; brothers Milton Anderson of Sioux Falls, S.D., and Delbert Anderson of Medford, Ore. He was preceded in death by his only son, Garth.
Funeral services were Wednesday, June 3, in the Griffin Leggett-Rest Hills Memorial Park. The family requests that memorials be made to the Boy Scouts of America or the American Heart Association; nlrt6/18/1998
|Anderson||Helen||Mrs. Helen Dorothy Barnard Anderson 38, of 1708 1/2 Nona Street, died January 9 at a Little Rock hospital. She was a manager of Helen's Beauty Nook at North Little Rock. Survivors include a daughter, Miss Dorothy Jean Anderson of North Little Rock; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H.G. Barnard of Kensett, and a brother, H.V. Barnard of Kensett. Funeral and burial were January 11 at Searcy.; nlrt1/21/1960|
|Lutie Elizabeth Anderson, 77, of North Little Rock, a member of Park Hill Baptist Church, died Monday, March 15.|
She was preceded in death by her husband, Hugh B. Anderson. Survivors include a son, James Anderson of Carrollton, Texas; sister, Martha Boyd of Oak Ridge, Tenn.; brother, J.Z. Menard of Granville, Ohio; and two grandsons, Ryan and Austin Anderson of Carrollton, Texas.
Funeral services were held Thursday, March 18, at Roller-Owens Funeral Home with the Rev. S. Cary Heard officiating. Interment was in Rest Hills Memorial Park. The family requests that memorials be made to Park Hill Baptist Church.; nlrt3/25/1999
|Russell Ruud Anderson, 69, of North Little Rock, died Thursday, Feb. 1. A graduate of the University of Wisconsin and Western State University College of Law, where he taught briefly, he practice law in California, served in the Korean War and was a life long member of the PTA.|
Preceded in death by his parents, an identical twin brother and a sister, he is survived by a son, Michael Anderson; two daughters, Kathleen Bayer and Julia Shoemaker; a stepdaughter, Betty Jacobs; a step-son, Charles Browne; a brother, John Anderson; a sister, Shirley Clinton; a sister-in-law, Berne Anderson; eight grandchildren; six step-grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; and four step-great-grandchildren.
Graveside services were Saturday, Feb. 3, in Wisconsin. The family requests that memorials be made to the Russell Anderson Scholarship Fund at Arkansas PTA, P.O. Box 1015, North Little Rock, 72115
|Andrews||Andy||Andy Andrews, 77, of Sherwood, died Saturday, Dec. 7.|
Mr. Andrews was a member of Sylvan Hills Community Church and the VFW. He was a recipient of the Purple Heart and Bronze Star during WW II. He was retired from the United States Postal Services.
He is survived by his wife, Hope Andrew of the home; two sons, Mark Andrews of Sherwood and Mike Andrews of Pelahatchie, Miss.; eight grandchildren; two sisters, Hazel Riley and Ann Fitzgerald, both of Booneville, AR; two brothers, John V. Andrews of San Antonio, TX and Evans Charles Andrews of Ft. Smith, AR.; also several nieces and nephews.
Chapel services were held Tuesday, Dec. 10 at Griffin & Leggett Rest Hills with the Rev. H.A. Blount officiating. Interment at Rest Hills Cemetery.; nlrt12/12/1996
|Josephine Makoski Andrews, 89, of North Little Rock, died Saturday, Feb. 14. She was a retired sales clerk and a member of St. Patricks Catholic Church.|
She is survived by two nephews and two nieces. Graveside services were held Tuesday, Feb. 17, at Calvary Cemetery.; nlrt2/26/1998
|Andrews||Mary L.||Mary L. Andrews, 84, of North Little Rock, a homemaker and a member of Crosspoint Baptist Church, died Tuesday, July 25.|
She was preceded in death by a son J.L. "Jimmy" Andrews.
Survivors include two sons and daughters-in-law, R.E. "Andy" and Dawn Andrews and John A. "Troy" and Linda Andrews; six grandchildren; 19 great-grandchildren; two great-great-grandchildren; and three sisters; Ozella Rothenberger of Bryant, Loy Reeder of Louisiana, and Louise Gray and husband Joe of Alabama.
Funeral servces were held Saturday, July 29, at North Little Rock Funeral Home Chapel with the Revs. K. Alvin Pit and Harold Chandler officiating. Burial was at Edgewood Memorial Park.; nlrt8/10/2000
|Andrews||Pauline||Pauline "Meme" Andrews, 97, died Sunday, Jan. 26. She was a devout Catholic.|
She was the wife of the late Joseph Andrews, owner of Tom and Andrews Restaurant in the 40's. She and her husband were in the restaurant business more than 50 years.
She was preceded in death by her daughter, Rose Marie Kerr and husband, Joseph; a son, Biddy.
She is survived by three grandsons, Terry and Phyllis Kerr and Rick and Tricia Kerr, all of North Little Rock; three granddaughters, Paula Mizell of Little Rock and Jane and Larry Harris of Cabot; seven great-grandchildren, Jessica Mizell, Stacey and Scott Kerr, Jamie and Justin Kerr, Casey and Lindsey Harris.
Funeral Mass was held Wednesday, Jan. 29, at St. Patrick's Catholic Church with burial in Calvary Cemetery.
The family requests that memorials be made to St. Patrick's Catholic School. (Vision 2000).; nlrt2/6/1997
|Rachel Estelle (Davis) Anseaume, 78, of North Little Rock, a retired dental assistant and member of Parkview Baptist church died Tuesday, Sept. 22.|
Survivors include her husband of 53 years, Leonard Anseaume Sr.; son, Leonard Anseaume Jr.; daughter, Joannie Tindall; grandsons, Sean Anseaume and Justin Tindall; granddaughters, Belinda Hilton and Jessica Tindall; and a great-grandson, Bryce Hilton.
Funeral services were held Saturday, Sept. 26, with the Rev. Tim Nall officiating. Interment was in Mt. Carmel Cemetery in Cabot. The family requests that memorials be made to Parkview Baptist Church.; nlrt10/8/1998
E.Emma E. Antonacci, 88, of North Little Rock Rock, died Sunday, Jan. 23.|
She is survived by one son, William Lambert and wife, Leola; one daughter, Charlotte Glover and husband Terry; five grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren. Graveside services were held Tuesday, Jan. 25, at Edgewood Memorial Park; nlrt2/3/2000
|Armstrong||A.H.||A.H. "Curly" Armstrong, 84, of North Little Rock, died Saturday, April 12. He served the United States Air Force in World War II as a Flight Instructor and a Radio Instructor. He retired after thirty-two years with Missouri-Pacific Railroad, and was a Mason and a member of Central Baptist Church.|
He is survived by his wife, June Whittle Armstrong; a daughter, Linda Armstrong Oberle of Cabot; two sisters, Irene Lightfoot of Ward and Illa Dean Bostic of Red Bud, Ill.; and a grandson, Shawn Oberle of Cabot.
The funeral services were held Wednesday, April 16, at Central Baptist Church with the Rev. Bryan Webb officiating. Burial was in Edgewood Memorial Park.; nlrt4/17/1997
|Armstrong||Mildred K.||Mildred K. Armstrong, 82, formerly of North Little Rock, died Friday, Aug. 6, at the Sheridan Nursing and Rehab Center. Born in Russellville, she was a homemaker and a member of Central Baptist Church.|
Preceded in death by her husband, Luke Armstrong, parents, Will and Ethel Smith, sister, Bonnie Price and brother, Glen Smith, she is survived by her daughter and son-in-law, Pam and D.L. Worthen of Sheridan; a granddaughter, Mary Worthen and grandson, Louis Worthen, both of Sheridan.
Graveside services were held Monday, Aug. 9, at Edgewood memorial Park with the Rev. Charles Huckaby officiating. The family requests that memorials be made to the Baptist Hospice.;nlrt 8/19/1999
|Arnold||T.F.||T.F.Arnold, aged 74, 921 Ferry Street, died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. W.H. Leaff, 2300 East Washington Avenue, at 8:15 o'clock, Tuesday morning. He is survived by his wife; two sons, H.J. Arnold, 923 Ferry street, North Little Rock; E.J. Arnold, of St. Louis, Mo., Two daughters, Mrs. Leaf, and Mrs. Doll Stephenson of Little Rock; Two brothers, J.S. Arnold and G.A. Arnold of Sedalia, Mo.; Four sisters, Miss Lynn Arnold and Miss Ella Arnold of Sedalia, Mo., and Mrs. Lottie Tilden of Sedalia, Mo., and Mrs. Rose Guise of Los Angeles, Cal. Seven grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. The funeral arrangements will be announced by Owens & Co., later. Mr. Arnold was a member of Cornerstone No. 323 Free and Accepted Masons of St. Louis, Mo., also of the Scottish and York Rite of St. Louis, Mo. He was a retired conductor.; nlrt4/27/1927|
| Charles Franklin Athy, Jr., 75, of North Little Rock, died Saturday, Aug. 7, after a 2 1/2 year battle with cancer.|
He is survived by his wife of 49 years, Margaret Biggs Athy of North Little Rock; a son, Charles Biggs Athy of Scott; three daughters, Cherece Cooper and son-in-law Chir Cooper of Little Rock, Karen Taylor and son-in-law Dean Taylor of North Little Rock and Charlotte Morellion of Anderson, Ind.; seven grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren.
Born in Calico Rock, Ark., he graduated from Little Rock High School then enlisted and served in the U.S. Navy and U.S. Air Corps as a bombardier navigator flying 25 missions over German in a B-26 Martin Marauder. He was shot down over Frankfort, injured and became a prisoner of war. He was awarded the Purple Heart, the Air Medal, four OakLeaf Clusters, and the ETO Ribbon with three stars.
He attended Centenary College in Shreveport, La. He worked 27 years as an examining agent for the Internal Revenue Service.
He was a member of Park Hill Presbyterian Church and Disabled Veterans of America.
A military graveside servce was held Tuesday, Aug. 10, at Little Rock national Cemetery. The family requests that memorials be made to Park Hill Presbyterian Church, the American Cancer Society or the Baptist Hospice.;nlrt8/26/1999
|Atkins||Louise||Louise Atkins, 77, of Jacksonville, a member of Park Hill Christian Church who worked in the nursery there for many years, died Thursday March 2.|
She is survived by daughters and sons-in-law, Risa and Stewart Russell of Jacksonville, Gailand Mark Tapp of Danville, Va.; sons, Tom Atkins of Bowie, Md.; and Cary Atkins and wife, Connie, of Nixa, Mo.; six grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; and sister and brother-in-law, Joyce and Sonny Strickland of Clemson, S.C.
Funeral services were held Sunday, March 5, in the chapel of Griffin Leggett-Rest Hills Funeral Home. Burial was in Memphis; nlrt3/16/2000
|Ault||James W.||James W. Ault, 75, of Sherwood, died Monday, Feb. 16. Mr. Ault served with the U.S. Army, 95th Infantry Division in Europe during World War II and was awarded the Silver Star for gallantry during the Battle of Metz.|
Born in Monacam, Pa., he was a graduate of the University of Pittsburgh. He retired as vice-president of Baldwin Piano & Organ Co.
He is survived by his wife Barbara Ault; son and daughter-in-law, Richard and Jacqueline Ault of Little Rock; daughter and son-in-law, Deborah and Hollis Jordan of Sherwood; two grandchildren.
Funeral services were Wednesday, Feb. 18, at Roller-Owens Funeral Home, followed by a private burial. The family requests that memorials be made to CARTI.; nlrt2/26/1998
|Jim Autry Sr., 54, of North Little Rock died Saturday, May 23.|
He was a self-employed insurance salesman, a member of North Hills Baptist Church, life member of Jaycees and Director of the Sonshiners Group at North Hills Baptist Church.
His survivors include two sons, Jim Autry Jr. of Cabot and Jerry Autry of North Little Rock; three sisters, Rita Curtis of Elm Springs, Neita Pendleton of Berryville and Judy Eaton of Springdale; and one grandson, Austin James Autry of North Little Rock.
Funeral services were held Wednesday, May 27, at North Hils Baptist Church.Burial was in Pinecrest Memorial Park; nlrt5/28/1998
| Joyce Victoria Stewart Autry, 80, of North Little Rock, widow of Woodrow Autry, died Thursday, Aug. 21 in Little Rock. She worked as a retail clerk and as a nurses's aide.|
Survivors are two sisters, Burnettia Stewart Martin Hot Springs and Winsel Stewart Hall of Sherwood; nieces, Joyce Lewis, Kathleen Park and Mary Nell Clark; nephews Gene Norris and Paul Thomas Stewart.
Funeral services were held Monday, Aug. 25, at Roller-Owens Funeral home with the Rev. Jim Brooks officiating. Burial was in Shady Grove Cemetery at Bald Knob.; nlrt8/28/1997
|Col.(Retired) Ned H. Aycock, 75, of North Little Rock, died Monday, Jan. 27. He was born at Hazen, Ark., later moved to Devalls Bluff.|
He was a pilot whose 38-year military career began at age 17, and included duty during Warld War II in the Pacific Theatre, Army Aviation officer for the State of Arkansas, and Airfield Commander at Camp Robinson. A life long Methodist, he served his church in many areas.
His survivors are his wife of 50 years, Margaret Clough Aycock; two sons and a daughter-in-law Chris and Brenda Aycock, of Sherwood, Rick Aycock of North Little Rock; a brother and sister-in-law, Tommy and Pat Aycock of Carlisle; and a brother-in-law, Jim Hodges of Little Rock.
Funeral services were held Wednesday, Jan. 29, at Amboy United Methodist Church with Military Honors following at Rest Hills.
The family requests that memorials be made to Amboy United Methodist Church or a favorite charity.; nlrt2/6/1997