|Cagle||Armada V.||Armada V. Cagle, 90, of North Little Rock, died Tuesday, Feb.1. |
She was preceded in death by her husband, Auther Cagle. Mrs. Cagle is survived by five sons, John Cagle of Illnois, Jerry Cagle of Georgia, James Cagle of Hughes, Shorty Cagle of Louisiana and Larry Cagle of Arkansas; three daughters, Joann Rhodes of Memphis, Tenn., Ruby Haney of Georgia and Betty Strange of North Little Rock; 27 grandchildren and numerous great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were held Saturday, Feb. 5, at Roller-Owens chapel with burial in Harris Chapel Cemetery of Forrest City.; nlrt2/10/2000
|Cagle||Kenneth C.||Kenneth C. Cagle, 67, of Conway, a lifetime member of the American Legion and Veterans of Foreign Wars and an Army veteran of the Korean War, died Thursday, July 22.|
Survivors include three sisters, Barbara Davis of Mayflower, Bobie Beliew of Greenbrier and Betty Kremers and her husband, Leonard of Monroe, La.; thre nephews, Bill Davis, Dwayne and David DeFlorian and three nieces, Pam Davis,Lisa Garner and Cara DeFlorian.
Funeral services were held Sunday, July 25, at Griffin Leggett-Rest Hills Chapel. Interment was at Rest Hills Memorial Park.; nlrt8/5/1999
|Cagle||W. Elmo||W. Elmo Cagle, 66, of North Little Rock, died Thursday, Oct. 22. He was a member of Morgan Full Gospel Church and the Masonic Lodge.|
Survivors include his wife, Mary Elizabeth Cagle; two sons, William Michael Cagle and Terry W. Cagle, both of North Little Rock; sister, Glyndolin Hankins of Herlong, Calif.; and four grandchildren.
Funeral services were held Saturday, Oct. 24, at North Little Rock Funeral Home Chapel. Burial was in Gravel Ridge Cemetery.; nlrt11/5/1998
|Caldwell||Robert V.||Robert Vincent Caldwell, 52, of North Little Rock, died Friday, Feb. 21. He was the Assistant Building Superintendent for the Little Rock National Airport with twenty years of service, a board member of the Maumelle VFW, and a member of the National Rifle Association.|
He is survived by three sons, Robert Scott Caldwell of Texas, Kevin Wade Caldwell of Morrilton, and Kyle Wyatt Caldwell of Seattle, Washington; three sisters, Patsy Descoteau, Wanda Loftis, and Katherine Joseph, all of North Little Rock; and four grandchildren.
Funeral services were held Monday, Feb. 24, in the Roller-Owens Funeral Home Chapel. Cremation will follow.
The family requests that memorials be made to the Arkansas Heart Association.; nlrt2/27/1997
|Caldwell||Virgie||Virgie Caldwell, 95, of North Little Rock, died at a local hospital Tuesday, Feb. 13. She was a long-time member of Baring Cross Baptist Church.|
She is survived by two brothers, Freddie Harrison of North Little Rock and Orville Harrison of Hot Springs; four nieces, Glenda Love, Kathy Baugher, Kristy Montgomery and Gail Miller; and four nephews, Russell Harrison, Dennis Keath, Jackie Swaim, and Wayne Swaim.
A graveside service was held Saturday, Deb. 17, at Edgewood Memorial Park in North Little Rock with the Rev. Marty Watson officiating.; nlrt3/1/2001
| Eunice Josephine Calley, 82, of North Little Rock, died Monday, Aug 7.|
A naative of DeWitt, she was a homemaker and a member of Marlow Missionary Baptist church.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Burl Calley. Survivors include a son, Gary Calley of North Little Rock; two daughters and sons-in-law, Norma Jo and Carl Hopper of Rockaway Beach, Mo., and Julia Ann and Dan Sager of Bettsville, Ohio; five grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were held Thursday, Aug. 10, at Marlow Missionary Baptist Church with the Rev. C.M. Lewallen officiating. Interment was in Sheridan.; nlrt8/24/2000
|Caloway||Bernice||Bernice Caloway, 68, of Sherwood, died Sunday, Sept. 3. Funeral Arrangements were by cremation.; nlrt9/14/2000|
|Calvert||Betty||Betty Calvert, 73, of North Little Rock, died Friday, Dec. 11. Survivors include daughters Dandra Jean Robinson and Dena Mitchell; son Michael Calvert; grandchildren Natalie, Gina Alicia, James, Matesha and Stephanie; and seven great-grandchildren.|
A memorial service was held Monday, Dec. 14, in the Griffin Leggett Rest Hills chapel.; nlrt12/24/1998
|Kathryn V. Camp, 73, of North Little Rock, died Monday, June 26. She was a member of Graves Memorial Baptist Church.|
Survivors include her husband of 53 years, Buford Camp; three daughters, Dianna Smith, Sharon Dollarhide, Yvonne DiGiovanna, all of North Little Rock; six grandchildren, Paula McAfee of Springdale, James Holley of Virginia, Amanda Williams of Cabot, Amy Dollarhide of Maryland, Robin Norman and Stephen DiGiovanna of North Little Rock; four great-grandchildren, Danielle McAfee, Gabriel and Nathaniel Holley, Adam Norman; and two brothers, R.C. and R.D. Green.
Funeral services were Thursday, June 29, at North Little ROck Funeral Home Chapel with burial at Rest Hills Memorial Park
The family requests that memorials be made to Graves Memorial Baptist Church Building fund or the Alzheimer's Association.;nlrt7/6/2000
|Camp||Grace W.||Mrs. Grace W. Camp, 81, of North Little Rock, died Thursday, Feb. 5.|
She was the widow of Virgil E. Camp.
She is survived by her daughter Janice Bridges; grandchildren Cherie Edmonds and Tinker, Martin Bridges Jr. and Dawn and Kimberly Farris and Mike; two great-grandsons Jeffery Bridges and Kyle Edmonds; one brother; and two sisters.
Funeral services were held Saturday, Feb. 7, at Griffin Leggett-Rest Hills Funeral Home chapel. Interment was at Mulberry Cemetery in England, Ark.; nlrt2/19/1998
|Bobby Ray Campbell, 48, of North Little Rock, a generous man known to give to anyone in need, died Monday, Feb. 14.|
He was of the Baptist faith. Preceded in death by his parents, Lee Campbell and Dealie Campbell Henry, he is survived by three brothers, Joe Nowell of Mississippi, Ray Welch and Gary Don Campbell, both of North Little Rock; and four sisters, Pat Lott of Greenbrier, Joyce Sims of Conway, Linda Stricklin and Pam Hill, both of North Little Rock. Funeral services were held Friday, Feb. 18, at the North Little Rock Funeral Home chapel with the Rev. Freddie McCann officiating. Burial was in Lonoke.; nlrt2/24/2000
|William Carroll (Bully) Campbell, retired from the Ironworks Local #321, died Sunday, Jan. 17, after a short illness.|
He is survived by his wife, Rose Nell Campbell; one son and daughter-in-law, Wayne and Georgia Campbell of North Little Rock; one daughter, Deborah K. Campbell Stroll of North Little Rock; one brother, Joe Dan Campbell of North Little Rock; and one sister and brother-in-law, Betty and S.T. Howard of Heber Springs.
Funeral services were held Wednesday, Jan. 20, at Boyd Funeral Home Chapel in Lonoke with interment at Loneoke Cemetery.; nlrt1/29/1999
|Cannon||Bertha M.||Bertha M. Cannon, 87 of North Little Rock, who served faithfully with her late husband, the Rev. E.F. Cannon, for more than 65 years ministering to all who knew them, died Thursday, March 2.|
She is survived by her daughter, Clarki Cannon Curlee of North Little Rock; grandson Bret A. Curlee of Atlanta, former son-in-law, William B. Curlee of Los Angeles; and a brother, Scedell Bearden of Springhill, La.
Funeral services werre Saturday, March 4, at Apostolic Church in North Little Rock with the Rev B.J. Thomas officiating. Burial was at Rest Hills Memorial Park; nlrt3/16/2000
|Rev. E.F. Cannon, 88, of North Little Rock, a former District Superintendent of the State of Arkansas' United Pentecostal Church, died Tuesday, Sept. 7. He was born in Texas then moving to Oklahoma and Louisiana, eventually settling in Arkansas.|
Rev. Cannon had been a member of the International General Board from 1957 to 1970 and also served as pastor in churches in Springhill, Louisiana, Norphlet and Conway.
He is survived by his beloved wife of 67 years, Bertha Mae; a daughter of Clarki Cannon Curlee of North Little Rock; grandson Bret Alan Curlee of Atlanta; former son-in-law, William B. Curlee of Los Angeles; a sister, Billie Payne of Brownwood, Texas, a brother, Jim Cannon of Roswell, N.M.
Funeral services wer held Thursday, Sept. 9, at Apostolic Church in North Little Rock. Burial followed at Rest Hills Memorial Park.
The family requests that memorials be made to E.F. Cannon Memorial Fund at the United Pentecostal Church, Arkansas District, P.O. Box 4230, Station B. Ft. Smith, AR 72914; nlrt9/16/1999
|Bishop F. Caple, 87, of North Little Rock, died Tuesday, March 20.|
He is survived by his wife of 64 years, Velma; daughters, Sara Vickers of Texarkana, Texas, Barbara Hoggard of Oxford, Miss.; Grandchildren, Rob and Phil Vickers, Megan and Cade Hoggard; and one brother, John Caple of Georgia.
Funeral services were held at Westminister Presbyterian Church on Thursday, March 22 with interment at Rest Hills Memorial Park.
The family requests that memorials be made to Westminister Presbyterian Church; nlrt3/29/2001
|Frances Lorene Solomon Carden, 77, of North Little Rock, died Thursday, July 30, after a long and courageous battle with diabetes. She graduated from North Little Rock High School and worked many years as a bookkeeper at Arkansas Nursery and Florist and for the state.|
She is survived by a daughter, Rosemary L. Carden of the home; brother, Marvin Solomon of Little Rock; sister, Nellie Sheppard of Berwyn, Ill.; a very special friend, Connie D. Erwin; three nephews and two nieces.
Funeral services were held Thursday, Aug. 6, at the North Little Rock Funeral Home Chapel. Burial was in Mountain Springs Cemetery.; nlrt8/13/1997
|Jane Carolyn Middlebrooks Cardine, 63, formerly of North Little Rock, died Monday, May 22, in Birmingham, Ala.|
Mrs. Cardine was a school teacher, children's librarian and professional storyteller. She helped to start Western Fairfax Christian Ministries and was involved in helping those in need for many years. She and her husband traveled for several years, ministering as home missionaries for Southern Baptists. During these last few years she was greatly involved in the homeschooling of her grandchildren.
She is survived by her husband of 40 years, Charles Cardine of Chantilly, Va.; three daughters, Shannon Ballinger and Melanie Constable of Midland, Va., and Katie Cardin of Mount Sherman, Ky.; three sons, Patrick Cardine of Round Hill, Va., Joshua Cardine of Atlanta, Ga., and Thad Cardine of Chantilly, Va.; her mother, Lanelle Middlebrooks of North Little rock; three sisters, Luanne Mello of Carrollton, Texas, Doris Ezarsky of Hot Springs and Kathy Williams of Little Rock; a brother, David Middlebrooks of North Little Rock and 19 grandchildren.
Funeral services were held Saturday, May 27, at Battlefield Baptist Church in New Baltimore, Va.. She was buried in the family cemetery in Midland, Va.
The family requests that donations be made to the Jane Cardine Benevolence Fund that has been established through Tabernacle Fellowship, 9834 Bountiful Way, Midland, VA 22728. He whole life was spent helping and giving to others; this fund will be used in the same way.; nlrt6/1/2000
|Richard Lee Carlisle, 47, of Sherwood, died Saturday, Jan. 27.|
Preceded in death by his father, Bill Carlisle Sr. and brother Luther, survivors include his mother, Eunice Carlisle; son, Brian; two daughters, Sarah and Jamie; two granddaughters; brother, Bill; and two sisters, Carolyn and Lucy.
Funeral services were held Tuesday, Jan. 30, at Little Rock National Cemetery with the Rev. Tim McMinn officiating.; nlrt2/8/2001
|Sue R. Carlon, 80, of North Little Rock, died Wednesday, June 14. She was a member of St. Luke's Episcopal Church and the Refunders Club.|
Survivors include her husband of 49 years, Jim Carlon; several cousins, nieces, great-nieces and nephews; and a best friend, Helen Jacoway.
Funeral servies were held Saturday, June 17, in Griffin Leggett-Rest Hills chapel with interment at Oaklawn Cemetery in Batesville.
The family request that memorials be made to the Arkansas Children's Hospital; nlrt6/22/2000
|John A. Carmack, 86, of Kimberly, Wis., formerly of North Little Rock, died Sunday, Oct. 3, at his home.|
He had been a Deacon of the Presbyterian Church. He was predeceased by his wife Angelyn Pedrick Carmack. He was the son of the late John F. and Ruth (Balding) Carmack.
Survivors include a daughter and son-in-law, Mary Ann and William Barlow, Sheboygan Falls, WIs.; four grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; and one sister, Helen Reeves of North Little Rock. A graveside memorial service was by cremation; nlrt10/7/1999
|Carmack||Pearl||Mrs. Pearl Carmack, aged 51, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Grace Murphy, 2624 Lincoln avenue, North Little Rock, at 3 a.m. May. She is survived by her husband, J.H. Carmack, one daughter, Mrs. Murphy; three brothers, Garland Kinchelo of Little Rock, Leland of Lonoke and Charles of Oklahoma; two sisters, Mrs. Jim Gray of Little Rock and Mrs. George Mannerling of Lonoke. Funeral services was held at 2:30 o'clock Tuesday afternoon, incharge of Owens & Co., conducted by the Rev. A.E. Holloway, pastor of the First Methodist church. Burial was in Edgewood Memorial Park. Pallbearers; Harry Heartstill, R.W. Griggs, W.H. Harris E.B. Oliver, C.M. Bribble and Leorge Lescher.; nlrt7/17/1929|
|Carpenter||Robert F. |
|Robert F. "Bob" Carpenter, 56, of Sherwood, blessed in life with a superb baritone voice, died Sunday, Jan. 4. He was active in many community organizations and was a member of Sylvan Hills First Baptist Church where he had servied as deacon and teacher. Over the years he had sung at churches, civic functions, organizations and retirement homes. In 1993 he sang at the International Human Resources Conference in St. Louis, where he received a standing ovation.|
He is survived by his wife, Sheri (Pratt) Carpenter; two sons, Robert Carpenter, Brent Carpenter and his wife, Tina; grandsons, David, Christian and Malvolm Carpenter, all of Sherwood.
Funeral services were held Wednesday, Jan. 7, at Sylvan Hills First Baptist Church with the Revs. Don Moseley and Hardy Bell officiating. Burial was in Masonic Cemetery, Pocahontas.
The family requests that memorials be made to Sylvan Hills First Baptist Church Building Fund or the American Heart Association.; nlrt1/15/1998
|Carpinelli||Joseph A.||Joseph A. Carpinelli, 79, of North Little Rock, died Saturday, Jan. 30.|
He was preceded in death by his wife, Jean Carpinelli, his parents, Costabile and Concetta Carpinelli, brother, Armando Carpinelli, and sister, Violet Januzzi.
Survivors include brothers and sisters-in-law, Anthony and Rose Carpinelli, Louis and Frances Carpinelli, Alfred and Virginia Carpinelli; sister and brother-in-law, Rose and George Patrick; sisters-in-law, Edith Carpineli, Edna Shirley, Dorothy Ellis, Ruby Ritchie; and brother-in-law Francis Januzzi.
Funeral Mass was held Wednesday, Feb. 3, at the Church of the Immaculate Conception with Msgnr. Frances Malone officiating. Burial was at Rest Hills Memorial Park.; nlrt2/11/1999
|Carroll||Gladys M.||Gladys M. Carroll, 69, of Sherwood, died Monday, May 22. She was a member of Levy Baptist Church and a lifelong member of IAM Local Union.|
She was preceded in death by her husband, Jack F. Carroll. Survivors include her daughter, Gwen Turner of Sherwood; three grandchildren, Jessica Dukes, David Sexton and Amanda Turner; one great-grandson, Tyler Dukes and one brother, Jerry A. Kennedy.
Graveside services were held Thrusday, May 25, at rest Hills memorial Park.; nlrt6/1/2000
|Harold Gordon Carroll, 77, of North Little Rock, died Thursday, Dec. 31.|
Survivors include three sons, Harold R. Carroll of Lewisville, Texas, Stanley Carroll of North Little Rock, and Kevin Carroll of Fort Smith; two daughters, Alicia Deltsch of Indiana and Denise Farrell of North Little Rock; and 11 grandhildren.
Funeral services were held Sunday, Jan. 3, in the Roller-Owens Funeral Home Chapel. Interment was in Rest Hills Memorial Park; nlrt1/14/1999
|Louise Ledford Carson, 84, of Sherwood, a retired saleswoman, died Sunday, Dec. 20. She was a member of Sylvan Hills United Methodist Church, AARP and the Home Demonstration Club and served on a city panel to purchase a van.|
She is survived by a daughter and son-in-law, Jean and Clifford McPherson of Caobt; brother, Jesse Cochran of Nashville; sister-in-law, Wanda Cochran of Portland, Ore.; three grandsons and wives, David and Jennifer McPherson of Piggott, Wayne and Mona McPherson and Mark and Kim McPherson of Cabot; four step-children; nine stepgrandchldren; and 13 stepgreat-grandchildren.
Funeral services wer held Wednesday, Dec. 23, at Roller-Owens with the Rev. Jerry Collins officiating. Burial was in Pinecrest Memorial Park.
The family requests that memorials be made to Sylvan Hills United Methodist Church.; nlrt1/7/1999
|Don B. Cart, 65, of North Little Rock, died Tuesday, Dec. 10.|
He was a U.S. Navy veteran of the Korean War, and a former police officer with North Little Rock and Garden Grove, Calif. He also worked on project construction of the Apollo Space Program.
Survivors include an Aunt, Oda Hardy of North Little ROck; two daughters, Debra Cart Hutton and her husband, Clay of Mission Viejo, Calif., and Trina Cart Beck and her husband, John of Yorba Linda, CA; four grandsons, Spencer and Sean Beck and Wyatt and Cole Hutton; and a host of other relatives and friends.
Funeral services were held Friday, Dec. 13, at North Little Rock Funeral Home Chapel with Pastor Louis Sharp officiating, with burial in Oak Grove cemetery in Conway.; nlrt12/19/1996
|Claire Jeanette (Sanders) Carter, 46, of North Little Rock, died Thursday, Jan. 21.|
She is survived by her husband, Robert Carter, son, Sandy Sanders; three daughters, Sheri Kinslow, Joni Sheeley and Paula Carter, all of North Little Rock; step-daughter, Judy Carter of Danville; 10 grandchildren; brother, Robert Sanders of Benton; sister, Becky Frazier of Sherwood.
Graveside services were held Monday, Jan. 25, at Roselawn Memorial Park.; nlrt2/4/1999
| Leonard E. Carter, 73, of Sherwood, died Monday, Oct. 9, after a long battle with heart disease.|
Born in Crowley Ridge, he served his country in the Merchant Marines transporting troops, then in the Army of Occupation in Japan. He retured to Wynne where he graduated from Wynne High School, then wokked at Murray Chevrolet before moving to North Little Rock to begin his career in Camp Robinson - U.S.P.& F.O. Arkansas National Guard, retiring with 30 years military and civil service.
He was preceded in death by a brother, James William Carter, and a sister, Toliese Carter Smith. He is survived by his wife of 53 years, Hazel Carter, three daughters, Vickie Bajorek and husband, Ted; Bobbye Smith and husband Ray; and Lynn Farmer; three grandchildren, Francie Escovedo and husband, Ben, Bill Tibbett and wife, Angie and Beth Farmer; two great-grandchildren; one foster daughter, Kathy Bajorek and husband, Jerry; four foster grandchildren; 13 foster great-grandchildren; one step-grandson; three step-granddaughters; sisters, Billie Stutts, Judy Burton, Carolyn Duff, Dora Hess, Jeannie Carter; and brother, Charles Layne Carter.
Funeral services were held in Wynne, Ar. on Wednesday, Oct. 11. Burial was in Hickory Ridge.
The family requests that memorials be made to the American Heart Association or Central United Methodist Church, Route 1, Wynne, Ark. c/o Jolene Norris; nlrt10/12/2000
| Marion Routh Carter, aged 61, of North Little Rock, died Saturday, May 23. She wa a display merchandiser for Sears at McCain Mall for 20 years. She was a member of Park Hill Baptist Church.|
She was preceded in death by her parents, Donald R. and Alice Lenderman Mowrer and her brother, John Mowrer of Searcy.
She is survived by her husband, Glen Carter; three daughters, Phyllis Smith and Carol Carter, both of North Little Rock, and Donna Fuller of Benton; a sister, Ann Cullum of Conway; and four grandchildren.
Funeral services were held Tuesday, May 26, at Park Hill Baptist Church with Dr. S. Cary Heard officiating. Interment was in Crestlawn emorial Park in Conway.The family requests that memorials be made to Park Hill Baptist Church.; nlrt5/28/1998
|Sheridan H."Tif" Carter, 57, a self-employed contractor and owner/operator of T.C. Enterprises, died Saturday, July 17, after a two-year battle with cancer. A native of Colorado, he was a member of Central Baptist Church.|
Preceded in death by his fathers, Henry Carter and Noel Tiffin and two brothers, Scott Carter and Donald Tiffin, he is survived by his wife of 33 years, Nina Carter; one son, Noel Carter; two daughters, Sherri Carter and Shelli Dixon; two sons-in-law, Michael Wyatt and Kurt Dixon; three grandchildren, Tiffany Carter, Mitchell Powers, matthew Dixon; mother, Hope Carter Tiffin; one brother, Stacy Tiffin and two sisters, Sandra Montgomery and Suella Baird.
Funeral services were held Tuesday, July 20, at Central Baptist Church with the Revs. Tim Brown and Bill Menard officating. Interment was in Riverwood Memorial Gardens in Maumelle.; nlrt7/29/1999
|Thelma Dyer Cary, 93, of North Little Rock, a member of Park Hill Christian Church who had served several times as president of North Little Rock Council of Garden Clubs, died Saturday, Jan. 6.|
She was active in organizing the city Beautiful Commission, in promoting Memorial Hospital and in the Reconital Clubs of Willow and Bowker House.
Survivors include two granddaughters, Georgia Chastain of Cabot and Becky Adams of Jackson, Miss.; great-grandchildren, Shawn, Cory and Marcie Chastian, all of Cabot, Kate Parnell and Chad Adams, both of Jackson, Miss., and dear friend, Luch McRoberts of North Little Rock.
Funeral services weere held Tuesday, Jan. 9, at Huson Funeral Home chapel with the Rev. Jim Famer officiating. Interment was in Roselawn Memorial Park. The family requests that memorials be made to Park Hill Christian Church.; nlrt1/11/2001
|Case||Hale||Hale Case, 74, of North Little Rock, died Saturday, Feb. 1. He was a retired Adjuster for Northwestern Insurance Co. Mr. Case was a member of Lynch View Baptist Church, Crescent Masonic Lodge, Scottish Rite Concistary, Scimitar Shrine Temple, Shiek's Unit, and Arkansas One Good Sam's RV Club.|
Survivors include his wife, Phyllis (Glover) Kinley Case; daughter and son-in-law, Karen and Larry Little of Little Rock; son and daughter-in-law, Gilbert and Connie Davis of North Little Rock; three step-daughters and sons-in-law, Pat and Carthal Jones of North Little Rock, Emma and Ted Chrestensen of Huntington Beach, Calif., Barbara and David Martin of North Little Rock; two brothers, James Case and Harrell Case, both of Batesville; 16 grandchildren; and 17 great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were held Tuesday, Feb. 4, at the North Little Rock Funeral Home Chapel with the Revs. James Raines and Allen Brown officiating.
The family requests that Memorials be made to Baptist Hospice of Scimitar Shrine Temple Children's Fund.; nlrt2/6/1997
|Casselman||Leona E.||Leona E. Casselman, 64, of Jacksonville, died Monday, March 30.|
Survivors include her husband of 46 years, Motty Casselman of Jacksonville; four daughters, Cathy Rhea of Jacksonville, Mary Beth Casselman and Rebecca Ann Previtte, both of Conway, and Cindy McWilliams of Bossier City, La.; one son, Motty Casselman Jr. of Springdale; her mother, Mattie Hendricks of Shreveport, La.; nine grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; and seven brothers and sisters.
Funeral services were held Wednesday, April 1, at Roller-Owens Funeral Home with the Rev. Tom Collie officiating.
Burial was in Pinecrest Memorial Park.; nlrt4/9/98
|Cassinelli||Richard A.||Richard Andrew Cassinelli, 59, of 123 Dooley Road, owner of the Little Rock Amusement Company, died January 5 at a Little Rock hospital. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Louise Jung Cassinelli; two sons, Richard Cassinelli and David Cassinelli, both of North Little Rock; two daughters, Mrs. John Youngblood of Hot Springs and Mrs. Weldon Faulk of Little Rock; three brothers, Louis U Cassinelli, Victor E. Cassinelli and Andrew B Cassinelli, all of North Little Rock; two sisters, Miss Amelia Cassinelli and Miss Elizabeth Cassinelli, both of North Little Rock, and five grandchildren. Funeral was January 8 at St. Edward's Catholic Church by Rev. Bede Mitchell. Burial was in Calvary Cemetery by Ruebel Funeral Home. nlrt1/7/1960.|
|Cates||Debbie||Debbie Cates, 44, of Sherwood, died Sunday, May 7.|
She was preceded in death by her father, Eugene Womble, a brother, Tommy Womble and grandfather, Eugene "Buster" Womble.
Survivors include her husband, Steve Crowder; one daughter, Carla Cates of Sherwood; a grandson, Blayne Ferguson; mother, Ruth Womble of Sherwood; grandmother, Lillian Womble of North Little Rock; two sisters, Rebecca Norman of Lonoke and Sherry Ray of North Little Rock.
Funeral services were held Friday, May 12, at North Little Rock Funeral Home chapel with the Rev. Gary Bearden officiating. Burial was at Rest Hills Memorial Park; nlrt5/18/2000
|Lisa Johnston Cates, 37, of North Little Rock, died Saturday, Jan. 2. A graduate of Northeast High School who held a marketing degree from UALR, she was a member of Park Hill Bpatist Church.|
She is survived by her daughter, Emily Cates; mother, Billie Johnston; two sisters, DOnna Brooks and Cathy Johnston; nephew Bryan Brooks and niece Whitney Brooks>
Funeral services were held Monday, Jan. 4, at Park Hill Baptist Church. Interment was at Rest Hills Memorial Park. The family requests that memorials be made to Park Hill Baptist Church Building Fund; nlrt1/14/1999
|Bernice Huggs Cato, 77, widow of Wilson R. Cato of North Little Rock died Wednesday, Feb. 19. She was a long time employee of Robertsons's Pharmacy.|
Survivors are her daughter, Glenda Jenkins of North Little Rock; a son, Freddie Ross Cato; three grandchildren, Judith Karen and John Kevin Jenkins and Alex Cato; two great-grandchildren.
Graveside services were held Thursday, Feb. 20, at Rest Hills Memorial Park.; nlrt2/27/1997
|Lula Vivian Cauthorn, 87, died Friday, Jan. 26, at the Lakewood Nursing Center in North Little Rock.|
She was employed at Woolworths in Sikeston, Mo., for several years and was a member here of the First Baptist Church and the Fidelis Sunday School Class.
She was preceded in death by her husband, William Randolph Cauthron and a daughter Pamela Cloe Cauthorn. Survivors include three daughters, Joy Gooch of Sikeston, Mo., Mary Sexton of Oxford, Miss. and Kay wilson of North Little Rock; two sisters Vida Klipstine of Newberry Park, Calif., Maxine Matthews of Santa Maria Calif.; and four grandchildren.
Funeral services were held Tuesday, Jan. 30, at Ponder Funeral Home in Sikeston with the Rev. Jim D. GUffie of First Baptist Church officiating. Interment was in Memorial Park Cemetery; nlrt2/8/2001
|Mary "Elva" Rice Chambers, 87, formerly of North Little Rock, died Saturday, July 29 at Salem Place Nursing Home in Conway.|
She had been a secretary for the North Little Rock School District and a member of Rose City Calvary Baptist Church. She was a past president of the Rose City Elementary School P.T.A., North Little Rock P.T.A. Council nd the North Little Rock City Beautiful Commission. She was also a past member of the Pulaski County Mental Health Board and a life member of the state P.T.A.
She was preceded in death by her first husband, William Earl Rice, and her second husband, Tommy Chambers.
Survivors include two sons, Rodney Rice of Conway and his wife Pat, and Herschel Rice of Shreveport, La., and his wife Doris; a brother, Aniel House of North Little Rock; a stepson, Dean Chambers of Jacksonville, Fla., and his wife Lona; a stepdaughter, Mary Dycus of Columbus, Ga.; and four grandchildren.
Funeral services were held Tuesday, Aug. 1 at North Little Rock Funeral Home chapel with burial in Edgewood Memorial Gardens.; nlrt8/10/2000
|Charles||Sylvia B.||Sylvia B. Charles, 84, of Jacksonville, died Friday, Oct. 18. She was a member of Sylvan Hills Community Church. She is survived by a son, Leon Moore of Jacksonville; a daughter, Ada Tomlinson of North Little Rock; five grandsons; 12 great-grandchildren; and on great-great-grandchild.|
Graveside services and interment were held Monday, Oct. 21, at Bethel Cemetery, Jacksonville, with the Rev. Bert Powell officiating.
The family request that memorials be made to Bethel United Methodist Church, 7511 Jacksonville-Conway Rd., Jacksonville; nlrt10/31/1996
|Billy Joe Cheeks, 65, of North Little Rock, died Thursday, April 13.|
After serving in Korea, he went on to work in the maintenance department for the Pulaski County School District.
He is survived by his wife of 36 years, Edna Cheeks; three sisters, Gloria Cantrell, Beverly Williams and Linda Doughery. Graveside services were held Saturday, April 15, at Rest Hills memorial Park.; nlrt4/20/2000
|Betty Jane Cheney, 71, of Sherwood, died Sunday, May 21. She was a lifelong resident of Little Rock and Sherwood, was an avid golfer, lifelong member of Trinity Episcopal Cathedral and a wonderful mother, grandmother and great-grandmother.|
Survivors include daughter and son-in-law, Carol and Bo Wiley of LaJolla, Calif.; son and daughter-in-law, Jack and Skeet Cheney of Cabot; granddaughter, Christy Cheney of San Diego, Calif.; grandsons, Matt Gresham of Little Rock and Sean Cheney and his wife, Julie, of Bryant; great-granddaughter, Jameson Gresham of Little Rock and numerous relatives and friends.
Funeral services were held Thursday, May 25, at Trinity Episcopal Cathedral.
The family requests that memorials be made to the National Kidney Foundation, 30 E. 33rd St., Suite 1100, New York City, MY 10016; Trinity Episcopal Cathedral, 310 W. 17th St., Little Rock, AR 72206; or to one's favorite charity.; nlrt6/1/2000
|Childers||Gene||Gene Childers, 66, of Sherwood, died Sunday, Jan 10. He was a member of Bethel Baptist Church of Jacksonville. Survivors include his wife, Joyce; son, Wayne Childers of Jacksonville; three daughters, Patricia Kimsey of Sherwood, Teresa Bird of Jacksonville, Peggy Ginsbirgs of Denver; 12 grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren; two brothers, Jack and Joe Childers; three sisters, Ernestine Ward, Nelda Pennington and Wanda Mendenhall.|
Funeral services were held Thursday, Jan. 14, at the North Little Funeral Home chapel. Burial was in Rest Hills Memorial Park.; nlrt1/21/99
|Chronister||Ruth B.||Ruth Barnett Chronister, 100, of North Little Rock, died Tuesday, Aug. 27. She was born in Russellville, the daughter of Robert F. and Ardena E. Bowden Barnett. She was preceded in death by her husband, William Homer Chronister; son, Dewey Chronister; and daughter, Louise Little. She was a member of Gardner Memorial United Methodist Church. Survivors are a daughter and son-in-law, Elaine and Orville Wright of North Little Rock; a sister, Thula Barnett of North Little Rock; a brother, Ray L. Barnett of Minden, La.; granddaughter and husband, Kay and Terry Hughes of Fayetteville; grandson and wife, Dr. William Bradley and Brenda Little of Memphis; seven great-grandchildren; and one great-great-grandchild.|
Funeral services were held Thursday, Aug. 29, at Gardner Memorial United Methodist Church with Rev. Michael Roberts officiating. Burial was at Old Baptist Cemetery in Russellville.
The family requests that memorials be made to Gardner Memorial United Methodist Church.; nlrt9/5/1996
|Hazel Shirley Clark, 85, of North Little Rock, former salesclerk at West Department Store, a homemaker and a lifetime member of Gardner Memorial United Methodist Church, died Monday, Jan. 11.|
Preceded in death by two husbands, Jewell Edgar Shirley and Weldon Troy Clark, she is survived by a son and daughter-in-law, Wayne and Donna Shirley of Jonesboro; two step-children, Bud Clark of Dallas and Troy Ann Callaway of North Little Rock; a brother and sister-in-law, Ralph and Wilma Skinner of North Little Rock.
Funeral services were held Wednesday, Jan. 13, in the Griffin Leggett-Rest Hills Funeral Home chapel. Burial was at Edgewood Memorial Park.
The family requests that memorials be made to Gardner Memorial United Methodist Church, 1723 N. Schaer, North Little Rock, AR 72114.; nlrt1/21/99
|John Wallace "Samone" Clark, 37, of North Little Rock, died Wednesday, Sept. 29.|
He is survived by his mother, Mary Clark; and aunt, Helen Bell.
A memorial service was held Saturday, Oct. 2, at the Chapel at Memorial Hospital.
Arrangements were made by Cremation Association of Arkansas; nlrt10/7/1999
|Joseph Wilson Clark, 82, of Boulder, Col., formerly of North Little Rock died Thursday, Jan. 30.|
Born in Cato, Ark., he worked for the Civil Service for 20 years, retiring in 1976. He was an instructor in military intelligence as a civil servant and a professor at Midwestern University in Wichita Falls, Tex., for seven years. He was a member of the American Legion, Eberts Post #1 of Little Rock, the Masonic Lodge #764 of North Little Rock. He was a graduate of the University of Arkansas with a master's degree in education who enjoyed gardening and wood working. He and his wife moved to Colorado in 1992.
Survivors include his wife of 60 years, Lois Clark of Boulder; one daughter, June Roberts of Boulder; two sisters, Agnes Price and Clara Green, both of Little Rock; one grandchild, Honey Lynn Taheri of Concord, Calif. He was preceded in death by his parents and one sister, Louise Clark MacDonald.
Memorial services were held Monday, Feb. 3, in Boulder with the Rev. Gary Preston officiating.; nlrt2/6/1997
|Lula Mae Clark, 58, of North Little Rock, died Sunday, March 21. She was born in Warren Ark.|
Survivors include daughters, Elizabeth Appling of Little Rock and Michele Cowgill of Jacksonville; mother, Artie Thompson; brothers, James Thompson of Rye and Roy Thompson of Wilmer; and one grandchild.
Graveside services were held Thursday, March 25, at Rest Hills Mausoleum.; nlrt4/1/1999
| Prue Louise Clark, 90, of Jacksonville, died Wednesday, May 10. She was born in Belleville, Ark., the daughter of Wesley and Lano Haney Kyle. She was a homemaker and a member of University Park Church of the Nazarene.|
She was preceded in death by her husband, Edward C. Clark. She is survived by four sons, Robert Clark of Little Rock, John Clark of Olathe, Kan., and Jerry and Tommy Clark, both of Little Rock; two daughters, Betty Davis of Jacksonville and Bonnie Record of Little Rock; A brother, W.A. Kyle of Danville; sister, Irene Eads of Camarillo, Calif.; 14 grandchildren; 14 great-grandchildren; and four great-great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were held Friday, May 12, at Roller Owens Funeral Home with the Revs. Steven King and Ken Campbell officiating. Interment was in Rest Hills Memorial Park.
The family requests that Memorials be made to the University Park Church of the Nazarene, 1624 Cleveland, Little Rock, Arkansas 72204; nlrt5/18/2000
|Robert Marion Clark, 72, of Jacksonville, died Wednesday, Jan. 7. He served in the Army, Navy and Air Force and was a member of Baring Cross Baptist Church and 18 Street Freewill Baptist Church, Fraternal Order of Eagles, AARP, Co-op America, American Legion, lifetime member of Disabled American Veterans where he served as 3rd Jr. Vice-Commander, lifetime member of Veterans of Foreign Wars and International Traders.|
He was preceded in death by his wife, Ruby Clark, a son James Clark, daughter, Judy Blakeney, sister, Caroline Clark, and his parents Otto and Alvetta Clark.
He is survived by three daughters, Debbie Clark Jamerson of Jacksonville, and Teddy Semingson and Patricia Blakeney of North little Rock; son, Troy Clark of North Little Rock; brother, James Clark of Clinton; 11 grandchildren; and nine great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were held Saturday, Jan. 10, at Roller-Owens chapel with the Rev. Chester Jones officiating. Interment was in Arkansas Memorial Gardens.; nlrt1/15/1998
|Clark||Ulysses||He was a hard worker, third in four generations of farmers who toiled on a 40-acre plot in Kerr.|
He never rested, his son said, "There was always work to be don." So when Ulysses Clark retired 15 years ago at age 79, he jumped into another job driving a flower truck for the North Little Rock Funeral Home, just to have something to do, family emebers said.
"Dad was always working...hard work and honesty was what he taught us," his daughter, Berthena Walker said. Mr. Clark died last Friday at his daughter's home in Little Rock from pulmonary fibrosis. He was 94.
Born in Kerr to John and Rachel Clar, Mr. Clark quit school after the sixth grade to help his father farm cotton, sorghum, and vegatables.
It was at his church home, St. Matthew Baptist Church, that he met his future wife, Alberta Woods. They were married in 1925.
The couple remained in Kerr, while Mr. Clark began managing the family farm. In 933 they had their first son, Albert, who later joined the service and died in Korea. In time Mr. Clark took a second job with the Missouri Pacific Railroad to help make ends meet.
As his family began growing, Mr. Clark recruited his two sons and four daughters to help with daily chores. "In the country everyone has chores to do. We didn't have running water, so it was my job to make all the trips to the well. You have no idea how much water it takes for all the family and animals," his daughter chuckled.
Not only was Mr. Clark a stickler about hard work, but he was also determined that, unlike him, his children would finish high school. Clark said. "We tried to play like we were sick a few times, but it never worked," he recalled.
In 1940 Mr. Clark and his wife separated. He raised Berthena, Earl, Albert and ALice, while she raised the two youngest girls, Delois and Betty. Despite their split-up, Clark said, the childern stayed close to both parents.
Meanwhile work on the farm remained a constant, though Mr. Clark sometimes found time to take his son fishing and hunting, pastimes he enjoyed, Walker said.
Later, after the work became too demanding, Mr. Clark gave the farm to his son, Earl, and retired to the Campus Towers apartment complex, a move and life style that took getting used to, his childrensay.
"He wasn't used to the big city living...he wanted the country," Clark said.
He was preceded in death by his mother and father, his son, Albert, and one daughter, Alice Clark. Besides his son Earl and daughter, Berthena, Mr. Clark is survived by daughters Betty Clark of Little Rock and Delois Morris of North Little Rock; 15 grandchildren and 36 great=grandchildren.
His funeral was Saturday, July 17, at St. Matthew Baptist Church in Kerr.; nlrt7/22/1999
|Samuel Matthew Clawser Jr., 81, of North Little Rock, died Wednesday, April 9. He was a lieutenant colonel (retired) in the U.S. Army, a member of the 442nd Combat Battalion (the most decorated Battalion in World War II) a retired civil engineer with the Corps of Engineers, a 32nd Degree Mason, Cathedral Lodge #757 and Scottish Rite.|
He was a graduate from the University of Arkansas and a member of Park Hill Baptist Church.
He is survived by his wife, Anna Dale Clawser; son, Dr. S.M. Clawser, III of Leesburg, Fla.; daughter and son-in-law, Melinda and Michael Kelley of Chester, Va.; sister, Helen Seidel of Hershey, Pa.; and five grandchildren.
A Memorial service was held Friday, April 11, at Roller-Owens Funeral Home with Dr. S. Cary Heard officiating.
The family requests that Memorials be made to Park Hill Baptist Church.; nlrt4/17/1997
|Clay||J.C.||J.C. Clay, 79, of Sherwood, died Wednesday, Nov. 11. He was born in Joy, Ark., the son of the late P.H. and Leona Clay.|
A veteran of World War II, he was awarded five Bronze Stars and a Good Conduct Medal.
He retired from ABF after 22 years of service. He was a 34-year member of the North Little Rock Optimist Club. He was preceded in death by brothers Ervin and Miles Clay and a sister, Maudel Langley.
Survivors include his wife of 50 years, Rose Marie (DeSalvo) Clay; son and daughter-in-law, Sharon and Brent Brown; grandsons, Jeremy Clay and CHristopher Brown; sisters Zoerine Skinner and Stella Ellis; and brothers Dalton, Rudolph and Carrol Clay.
Funeral services were held Saturday,Nov. 14, at Immaculate Conception Catholic Church with burial following at Rest Hills Memorial Park.
The famly requests that memorials be made to the North Little Rock Optimist Club.; nlrt11/19/1998
|Cleek||Darwin E.||Darwin E. Cleek, 84, of Sherwood, a member of First United Methodist Church of North Little Rock and a lifetime member of Southwestern Bell Telephone Pioneers, died Tuesday, Jan. 4.|
He was preceded in death by a son David E. Cleek and grandson John K. Lambert.
He is survived by his wife, Ruth Cleek of Sherwood; daughter and son-in-law Marsha and Tommy Roe of Cabot; a son, Richard D. Cleek of Providence, R.I.; grandchildren, Ryan A. Cleek and Colin R Cleek; one great-grandson, John Phillip Lambert; one step-daughter, Susan Johnson, step-sons, Jack and Kenneth Karlson, all of the Chicago area; step-son Scott Karlson of Santa Fe, N.M.; eight step-grandchildren; and three step-great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were held Friday, Jan. 7, at Griffin Leggett-Rest Hills Funeral Home with the Rev. Don Nolley officiating. Interment was at Rest Hills Memorial Park.
The Family requests that memorials be made to the American Cancer Society, P.O. Box 3822, Little Rock, Ar 72203 or the Multiple Sclerosis Society Arkansas Chapter, 1100 N. University, Little Rock, AR 72207.; nlrt1/20/2000
|Joseph C. "Daddy Joe" Clements, 81, of Sherwood, a retired carpenter who had been employed by the VA hospital in Little Rock, died Thursday, March 29.|
He was a member of Trinity Assembly of God Church. He served in the U.S. Army during World War II. He was an avid fisherman who enjoyed many pleasant days on the waters after his retirement.
He is survived by his wife, Marie Clements; three sons, Bobby Clements of Neosh, Mo., Chuck CLements and his wife Faye of Sherwood, Bill Clements and wife Mabel of Little Rock; two daughters, Linda Dyer of Sherwood, and Rita Thompson and husband, David of Little Rock; nine grandchildren; 13 great-grandchildren; a sister and brother-in-law, Lou and David Willard of Bryant, and a sister, Lorene Johnson of Conway.
Memorial services were held Saturday, March 31, at North Little Rock Funeral Home with the Rev. Tony JOnes officiating. Burial was at Pine Crest Memorial Park in Alexander.; nlrt4/5/2001
|Clifton||Henry E.||Henry E. Clifton, 77, of North Little Rock, died March 31.|
Mr. Clifton was assigned to the 4th FIghter Group in World War II as a P51 Fighter Pilot flying combat mission out of Debden, England. After the war he served in the Arkansas National Guard in several units. He was employed as a full time National Guard Technician at Camp Robinson. He retired from the Guard, as a Major, in 1973.
He is survived by his wife Janice Huey Clifton of North Little Rock; daughter and son-in-law, Gail and Gary Reece of Alpharetta, Ga.; a brother, George Clifton of Little Rock; two grandsons, Brian Reece who attends the Air FOrce Academy at Colorado Springs, Colo., and Christopher Reece who attends Georgia Tech in Atlanta.
A full military graveside service was held Thursday, April 3, at Rest Hills Memorial Park.
The family requests that memorials be made to St. Judes Childrens Hospital in Memphis, Tenn. or the Pulaski County Humane Society.; nlrt4/27/1997
|William Sherman Clifton, 68, died Monday, March 22, at his home in Colorado Springs, Colo., after a long illness.|
He was a retired 1st sergeant in the U.S. Army having served in the Army of Occupation in Germany, the Korean War and the Vietnam War.
He is survived by his mother, Eva Clifton of North Little Rock; three brothers, Walter L. Clifton, Jr., of Memphis, Harold Clifton of Martin, Tenn., and David Clifton of Fayetteville.
A memorial service was held Friday, March 26, in Colorado Springs and funeral services were held at Roller-Owens Funeral Home on Monday, March 29. Interment was at LaGrange Cemetery, LaGrange, Ark.; nlrt4/1/1999
|Climer||Margaret L.|| Margaret L. Climer of North Little Rock died Monday, July 28. She was a Gold Star Mother, a member of Levy Baptist Church, a retired employee of VA Hospital at Fort Roots and a member of AARP.|
Survivors include her husband, Aubrey Climer; one daughter and son-in-law, Glenda and Charles Gehrki of Tucson, Ariz.; four grandchildren, Chuck Gehrki of North Little Rock, Sgt. Michael Gehrki at U.S.M.C. = Hawaii, Sgt. Chris Gehrki at U.S.M.C. = Japan, Mary Albelice of Texas; four great-grandchildren and four step-children.
Funeral services were held Thursday, July 31, at the North Little Rock Funeral Home Chapel. Burial was in Edgewood Memorial Park.; nlrt8/7/1997
|Monica "Mona" Kresse Climer, 84, of North Little Rock, long active in St. Ann's Catholic Church, especially in the Rosary and Alter societies there, died Sunday, Dec. 28.|
Mrs. Climer and her late husband Charles E. Climer, were the previous co-owners of Celeste Cleaners in North Little Rock.
Survivors include three sons, Jerome Climer of Fairfax Station, Va., Michael Climer of North Little Rock and Christopher Climer of Dallas, Texas; a daughter, Sheila C. Hearty of North Little Rock; three brothers, Gene Kresse of North Little Rock, Joe Kresse of Maxwell, Iowa, and Andrew Kresse of Conway; a sister Emma Mayes of North Little Rock; eight grandchildren; and eight great-grandchildren.
Funeral Mass was Wednesday, Dec. 31, at St. Anne's Catholic Church with Msgr. Bernard Malone and the Rev. Clement Kalu officiating.
The family requests that memorials be made to St. Anne's Catholic Church for replacement of the Eucharistic vessels.; nlrt1/15/1998
|Clowers||Deronda||Deronda Clowers, 78, widow of Pete Clowers, of North Little Rock, died Sunday, Sept. 10 . She was a member of Park Hill Baptist Church.|
Survivors include four daughters, Judith Neely and husband Russell of Cedar Rapdis Iowa; Ann Derrick of North Little Rock, Sarah Jackson and husband Jerry of Keo, Linda Land and husband, Chip of Oklahoma City; nine grandchildren, Matthew, Catherine, Andrew and Rebecca neely, Daniel, Jenny and Corey Derrick, Angeline Pruitt, Emma Land; one great-grandchild; one brother, James Robert Compton of Pennsylvania; and two sisters, Mary Emily Holland and Irene McLemore, both of North Little Rock.
Graveside services were held Tuesday, Sept. 12, at rest Hills memorial Park.
The family requests that memorials be made to the Park Hill Baptist Church Building Fund.; nlrt9/14/2000