|Kathryn "Kay" MacDonald, 82, of North Little Rock died Monday, Feb. 16. Preceded in death by her husband, E.L. MacDonald, she is survived by a daughter, Kathy Claussen; two grandchildren, Michael Claussen and Karen Powell, and four great-grandchildren; a brother, Charlie Mains; two half brothers, Clarence Paul and Gary Mains and one half sister Diana Jean Turley.|
Funeral Mass was held Wednesday, Feb. 18, at St. Anne's Catholic Church. Interment was in Edgewood Memorial Park.; nlrt3/5/1998
|Maddox||Charlice A.|| Charlice A. Maddox, 63, of Jacksonville, died Friday, Jan. 9, She was a Charter member of Hope Lutheran Church in Jacksonville, and was a Registered Oncology Nurse, having retired from St. Vincent Infirmary. She was a member of the American Cancer Society and the Ladies Quilting Circle.
She was preceded in death by her parents, Charles Ainsworth and Alice Roberts.
She is survived by her husband, Vernice J. Maddox, a son, Joe Maddox of O'Fallon, Ill.; a daughter, Sheilah Barrett of North Little Rock; a brother, Edward Ainsworth of the Phillipines; a sister, Ann Buringrud of Suisun City, Calif.; and four grandchildren.
Funeral services were held at Hope Lutheran Church Sunday, Jan. 11, with the Rev. Jim Burns officiating. Burial was Monday, Jan. 12, at Little Rock National Cemetery.
The family requests that memorials be made to Hope Lutheran Church.; nlrt1/15/1998
|Maggard||Polly A.|| Polly A. Maggard, 63, of North Little Rock died Thursday, Feb. 19. She was a member of Rock City Harvest Church.|
Survivors include her husband, Harold E. Jackson; her son, Kelly J. Maggard of Cabot; daughter and son-in-law, Patricia and Michael Raczynski of North Little Rock, and granddaughter Katie Raczynski; her brother, Troy Cole of Russellville; and three sisters, Betty Jane Chronister of Dover, Verlon Carroll of Russellville and Burma Neil Blackford of Dardanelle.
Graveside services were held Saturday, Feb. 28, at St. Paul Cemetery in Atkins with the Rev. Arthur Ward officiating.; nlrt3/5/1998
|Maglothin||Walter L.||Walter L. Maglothin, 92, of North Little Rock, died Sunday, Oct. 4.|
He was a retired engineer from Missouri-Pacific Railroad, a member of Baring Cross Baptist Church and a member of Bethal Grove Masonic Lodge in Memphis.
He is preceded in death by a son, Jimmy Earl Maglothin.
Survivors include his wife, Ola Pearl Maglothin; daughters Polly Adair and Opal Russell, both of Boydell; Jenette Anderson of Weatherford, Texas; Shug Draper of Nashville; Brandie Gail O'Neil of Lufkin, Texas; and Carolyn Maglothin of Memphis; sons, Danny Maglothin of North Little Rock and Raymond Maglothin of Birmingham, Ala.; 24 grandchildren; 31 great-grandchildren; and five great-great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were held Tuesday, Oct. 6, at Baring Cross Baptist Church.
Burial was in Forest Hill Memorial Park in Memphis.; nlrt10/15/1998
|Mahoney||Maurine||Funeral services for Miss Maurine Mahoney, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Mahoney, who died at noon Saturday, was held at 3 p.m. Monday from the family residence, 308 West Second street, North Little Rock, in charge of the Rev. J.F. Ross, pastor of the First Presbyterian church. Burial was in Edgewood Memorial Park in charge of Owens & Co. Pallbearers were: Euel Phillips, Thomas Westmoreland, Sam Westmoreland, Fred Miller and Bernard Randolph.; nlrt5/15/1929|
|Maleski||Frances||Frances Maleski, 88, of North Little Rock, a lifetime member of Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church and a member of Altar Society & Rosary there, died Friday, Oct. 22.|
Survivors include her son and daughter-in-law, Simon and Vera Maleski of Conway; four sisters, Louise Kromray of North Little Rock, Clara Phillips of Little Rock, Cecilia Warren of Perryville, Mary Meier of Galveston, Texas; five grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren.
A Mass of Christian Burial was held Monday, Oct. 25, at Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church with Msgr. Bernard Malone officiating.
Burial was in Immaculate Heart of Mary Cemetery.; nlrt10/28/1999
|Thomas Alfred Malone, 71, of North Little Rock, died Tuesday, Oct. 6. He was retired from the V.A. Hospital Canteen.|
He was a veteran of the U.S. Navy, a member of Masonic Lodge #296 and the American Legion Post #1.
He was preceded in death by son, Thomas Michael Malone and daughter, Janet Holman Hill.
He is survived by his wife, Glenda Malone of North Little Rock; daughter and son-in-law, Vickie Lynn and Lonnie Dale Nelson, of Jacksonville; granddaughter, Melanie C Booth of Bono; grandson, Thomas Wade H. Holman of North Little Rock; three great-grandchildren.
Private Masonic graveside services were held Thursday, Oct. 8, at Little Rock National cemetery.
The family requests that memorials be made to a favorite charity.;nlrt10/15/1998
|Manees||Fred||Mrs. Fred M. Manees, 314 North Laurel street, North Litle Rock, has been notified of the death of her husband, Cpl. Fred M. Manees of the Fourth Armored Division of General Patton's third Army. Corporal Manees was killed December 28 in Belgium. Before entering service in March, 1944, Corporal Manees was employed by the May Flower dairy. He is survived by his wife, two daughters, his parents, and two sisters; nlrt1/19/1945|
|Mann||M.M.||Mrs M.M. Mann, aged 55, died Monday morning at her home near Jacksonville. She is survived by her son, Thomas Mann , of Jacksonville; a brother, George Hoyle of St. Louis, Mo., and four sisters, Mrs J. T. Midland, Mrs. E.J. Lynch and Mrs. C.E. Mitcham of Atlanta, Ga., and Mrs S.L. Ray of Birmingham, Ala. Funeral services were held at 3 p.m., Thursday, at the First Presbyterian church, North Little Rock, in charge of the Rev. J.R. Ross. Burial was in Edgewood Memorial park in charge of Owens & Co. Pallbearers were: Active E.B. Moseley, Sam Hamiliton, R. Church, William Johnson, E. Baker, J-F.Melson, Frank Campbell and Joseph Jemison. Honorary H.Voss, C.G. Butler, D.R. Campbell, O.I. Scott, Bernard Guenter, Buford Harris and Charles Freeze. nlrt 1/30/1929
|Robin Leon Mansfield, 86, of Conway, died Saturday, Dec. 2.|
He was preceded in death by his wife, Estelle Hart Mansfield. He is survived by four daughters, Janice Leigh of Hamburg, Barbara Brown of Cabot, Narcie Holley of Mayflower and Debra Tate of Maumelle; two sons, Don Mansfield of North Little Rock and Tim Mansfield of Conway; sister, Eula Willis of Monticello; 13 grandchildren;and 12 great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were Tuesday, Dec. 5, at Huson Funeral home Chapel with the Rev. David Plank officiating. Burial was at Rash Cemetery in Monticello.; nlrt12/14/2000
|Billy R.Mantooth, 66, of Sherwood, died Wednesday, Sept. 29. He was born in Cecil, Arkansas. He was a member of Central Baptist Church.|
He was retired from the United States Air Force as an officer and was a realtor who was always willing to help others and giving of his time.
Survivors include his wife of 44 years, Kitty Mantooth; two daughters, Gail McIntyre and Alyce Wagner; three grandchildren, Allison Jennings, Chrissy Jennings and Colling Waner; three brothers, Jim, Coy and Herbert Mantooth; and one sister, Anita Turner. Funeral services werr held Friday, Oct. 1, in the Chapel of Griffin Leggett-Rest Hills with burial at Rest Hills Memorial Park; nlrt10/7/1999
|Marks||Patricia Jewel||Patricia Jewel Marks, 59, of North LittleRock, died Saturday, April 8.|
She is survived by her children, Lynn Pridgen, Terri Murrell, Tony Murrell;and companion, Gary Callie. Funeral arrangements were by cremation.; nlrt4/20/2000
|Marrero||Jose||Jose "Junito" Marrero, 29, of North Little Rock, formerly of Chicago, Ill., died Wednesday, June 16.|
He is survived by his wife of six years, Carmen Marrero; children, Gloryvil, Ely, Christopher, Joseph, Joshua and Marc; parents, Olga and Jose; and family.
Funeral services were held Saturday, June 19 in the chapel of Griffin Leggett-Rest Hills; nlrt6/24/1999
|Catherine Porch Marshall of Sherwood, teacher and Mentor to many young people as well as a devoted chuch and community worker, died after months of deteriorating health, including kidney disease, last Wednesday, Jan. 14. She was 68.|
Born and raised in North Little Rock, one of five children of a single mother who supported the family doing household work, Mrs. Marshall taught busines courses in the North Little Rock School District for 36 years, first at Scipio A. Jones and later at Northeast High School
"She was a very soft spoken person, demure in her personality but demanding in her ways. She wanted to prepare us for work," said Dorothy Willias, the assistant principle of North Little Rock High School's East Campus, who wa first a student and then a colleague of Mrs. Marshall's for several years at Jones High School.
In 1952, Mrs. Marshall married her high school sweetheart, the now-retired Rev. Jack R.Marshall, who for many years served as the pastor of Shiloh Baptist Church in North Little Rock. They had one son, William.
But Mrs. Marshall, who grew up in the King Solomon Baptist Church, remained active in her home church, serving as the church clerk for more than 35 years.
After she retired from the North Little Rock School District, she taught business and technology at Philander Smith Collete. She was also active in numerous community organizations, aid Curtis Sykes, who knew her through their work together in various church activities and as leaders of the Scipio A. Jones Alumni Association.
"She was very efficent, willing to work, take charge, get the job done," Sykes said. "And she brought ideas to the table."
She wa also active in the Alpha Kappa Alpha Coroity Beta Pi Omega Chapter, Top Laides of Distinction, Order of Eastern Star, Arkansas Education Association, National Eucation Association, Philander Smith College Alumni Association.; nlrt1/22/1998
|Dick A. Martin, 72, of Sherwood, a retired dispatcher for the Missouri Pacific Railroad who, with his wife Billie, owned Northside Realty, died Sunday, Jan. 21, at his home surrounded by family. He had served in the U.S. Navy from 1946-1948.|
He was preceded in death by his parents, L.B. and Della Shepherd Martin, five sisters, and one brother.
Besides his wife of 54 years, he is survived by a son, Richard Martin of Hot Springs Village; a daughter and son-in-law, Debbie and David Clements of Sherwood; four grandsons, Ricky Martin of Little Rock, Ryan Martin of Conway, David Lee Clements of Sherwood and Mark Clements of Sherwood; and one sister, Bessie Baker of Sherwood.
Funeral services were held at Sylvan Hills Church of Christ, Wednesday, Jan. 24, with Robert Wingfield officiating. Interment was in Rest Hills Memorial Park; nlrt2/8/2001
|Martin||Earl T.||Earl T. Martin, 81, of North Little Rock, died Sunday, Dec. 13.|
Survivors include four sons, Earl Martin Jr. and Henry Martin, both of North Little Rock, Robert Martin of Enid, Okla., and Tony Martin of Danville; 21 grandchildren; 37 great-grandchildren; and a sister, Dorothy Ferguson of Carlisle.
Graveside services were held Tuesday, Dec. 15, at Rest Hills Memorial Park, North Little Rock.; nlrt12/24/1998
|Elsie Loyd Martin, 88, of North Little Roc, died Monday, March 19. She was a member of Calvary Baptist Church.|
She was preceded in death by her husband, Scott Martin and a son, Arlis Glen Martin. Survivors include two daughters, Loretta Spiller of North Little Rock and Sue Etta Delcuze of Austin, Texas; one son, Bobby Dean Martin of St. Louis; one sister, Gerlene Weaver of Hurst, Texas; eight grandchildren; and eight great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were held Wednesday, March 21, at Calvary Baptist Church with the Rev. Ken Bunch officiating. Burial was at East Point Cemetery in Russellville.
The family requests that memorials be made to Calvary Baptist Church, 5025 Lynch Drive, North Little Rock, AR 72117.; nlrt3/29/2001
|Martin||George B.||George B. Martin, 80, of North Little Rock, a 1950 graduate of the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville who retired from the Union Pacific Railroad with 41 years of service and was a member of the North Little Rock First Nazarene Church, died Monday, July 12.|
He was a World War II veteran who had served with the 8th Bomber Group in North Africa. He is survived by two sisters, Jeanette J. Wilson of Sherwood and ALica B. Zoeller of Kingman, Ariz.; nephews, George Inman and John Inman; and a niece, Pat Crum.
Funeral services were held at the First Nazarene Church Friday, July 16, with the Rev. Hardy Powers officiating. Interment was in Edgewood Memorial Park.; nlrt7/29/1999
|Dr. George Wayne Martin, 68, of Little Rock, died Tuesday, Aug 18. He was born in Solgohachia, Arkansas, to Edgar Pear Martin and Dovie Adeline Maxwell Martin. Dr. Martin was a distinguished and respected United Methodist minister for more than 50 years. He leaves behind a legacy of lives touched by his humor, compassion, music and teaching. He graduated from Wonder View High School and Hendrix College. He attended the Perkins School of Theology at Southern Methodist University where he received his Divinity Degree in 1954. In 1972 he was awarded an Honorary Doctorate of Divinity from Hendrix College. Dr. Martin served as pastor of First Methodist in Vilonia, Axe Memorial in Garland, Texas, Lakewood United Methodist in North Little Rock, First Methodist in Little Rock, Salem-Congo Methodist in Salem, Trinity Methodist in Little Rock, First Methodist in Malvern, First Methodist in Hot Springs and St. Paul Methodist in Little Rock.|
He was honored to have been delegated to the United Methodist Church General and Jurisdictional Conferences an unprecedented four times, in 1968, 1972, 1976 and 1980. In addition, he served as District Superintendent of Arkadelphia, Jonesboro and Conway Districts.
He is survived by his wife of 36 years, Shirley Ann Basinger Martin; daughters Bari Anne Sells of Little Rock and Lori Leigh Standridge of Conway; four graddaughters, Emily and Olivia Sells and Katie and Anna Standridge; brother Wendell Martin of Garland, Tex., and sister Hattie Pearl Burns of Morrilton.
Memorial services were held Friday, Aug. 21, at 2 p.m. at Trinity Methodist in Little Rock with Bishop Kenneth Hicks and Dr. Merle Johnson presiding.
In lieu of flowers, the family requests that memorials be made to the Arkansas Chapter of National Multiple Sclerosis Society or to Trinity United Methodist Church.; nlrt8/27/1998
|James D. "J.D." Martin, 88, of North Little Rock, a retired textbook salesman of 40 years, died Monday, Jan. 15.|
He is survived by his wife, Ruth Stanley Martin of North Little Rock; son, Jimmy D. Martin of Conway; brother, Billy Martin of Palm Springs, Calif.; sisters Della Bull of Abbeville S.C., and Ruby Hearn of North Little Rock; two grandsons; and one great-granddaughter.
Funeral services were held Thursday, Jan. 18 in griffin Leggett-Rest Hills Memorial Park.
The family requests that memorial be made to the Hendrix College General Scholarship Fund, Conway, Ark.; nlrt2/1/2001
|Martin||Otis||Otis Martin, 85, of Sherwood, died Tuesday, May 20. He was a retired medical assistant for the Veteran's Administration Hospital.|
Survivors include his daughter, Jane Clark of Westchester, Pennsylvania; two sisters, Bertha Crolley of Little Rock and Raye Sapp of Waynesboro; two step-children, Pierce Biggs of North Little Rock and Joyce Henry of Plummerville; nine grandchildren; and ten great-grandchildren.
Graveside services were held Saturday, May 24, at Sumner Cemetery in Cabot with the Rev. Rodney Castleberry officiating.; nlrt5/29/97
|Martin||Philip J.||Philip J. Martin, 78, of North Little Rock, died Friday, Dec. 20. He was a member of the Immaculate Conception Catholic Church, retired Chief of Engineering with the Little Rock VA Hospital, and a U.S. Army veteran of WWII.|
Survivors are his wife, Rose Mary Martin; one son, Philip T. Martin of Baton Rouge, LA; three daughters, Catherine Urbanek of Silver Spring, Maryland, Margaret Mary Woodward of San Antonio, Tex., Patricia Jean Martin of Little Rock; three grandchildren; one sister, Mary Sexton of Tucson, Arizona.
Funeral Mass was held Monday, Dec. 23, at the Immaculate Conception Catholic Church with the Rev. Francis Malone officiating. Burial was in the Rest Hill Memorial Park Mausoleum. A Rosary was held Sunday, Dec. 22, at the North Little Rock Funeral Home Chapel.
The family request memorials be made to the American Cancer Sciety or the National Multiple Sclerosis Society.; nlrt12/26/96
|Ruth May Stanley Martin, 86, of North Little Rock, retired from the Veteran's Administration and a member of Park Hill Baptist Church, the North Little Rock Woman's Club and Good Earth Garden Club, died Tuesday, March 20.|
She was preceded in death by her husbands, Carldon Patton, J. Scottie Stanley and J.D. Martin. She is survived by a daughter, Patricia Patton Bryant and husband, Richard of Tulsa, Okla; two sons and daughters-in-law, C. Clement and Carolyn Patton of Highlands, N.C. and Paul and Nancy Stanley of Atlanta; two step-sons and their wives, Jay S. and Terry Stanley of North Little Roc and James and Dorothy Stanley of Georgia; brother-in-law, Nelson Eubank of Pine Bluff; 13 grandchildren; and 14 great grandchildren.
Funeral services were held Saturday, March 24, at Park Hill Baptist Church with the Rev. S. Cary Heard officiating. Interment was in Rest Hills Memorial Park.
The family requests that memorials be mad to Park Hill Baptist Church, Rainbow House or Arkansas Hospice.; nlrt3/29/2001
|Martindale||Jessie C. Jr.||Jessie C. Martindale Jr., (Army SSG retired), 72, of North Little Rock, died Saturday, Jan. 1. He served 26 years in the military, including two tours of duty in Vietnam. While working for the Pulaski County Sheriff's Department, he graduated from the Arkansas Law Enforcement Academy in Camden and the FBI Academy in Quantico, Va. After leaving the sheriff's department, he worked in the Department of Public Safety at UAMS and went to school at night, earning a degree in business management.|
He was preceded in death by his father, Jesse C. Martindale Sr., two brothers, J.D. and Bobby Charles and one sister, Opal Faye Bowman.
Survivors include his wife of 52 years, Alice O. Roachell Martindale; three daughters, Judy Caye Martindale, Sharon Faye Martindale and Kari Lynn Byrd; his mother, Ethel C. Reed Martindale; two sisters and brothers-in-law, Evelyn and Jim Bowen of London, Ark., and Mary and August Roden of El Dorado, Texas; five grandchildren, Jeffrey Alan, Jeremy Clinton Bates, Maralyn Dennise, David J. Byrd and Jesse Tyler Martindale.
Funeral services were held Wednesday, Jan. 5, at Huson Funeral Home chapel with burial at the Martindale Cemetery on Hwy. 10 in Pulaski County.
The family requests that memorials be made to VNA Home Health & Hospice, P.O. Box 8526, Little Rock, AR 72115-8526.; nlrt1/20/2000
|Martindale||Ora C. Jr.||Ora C. Martindale, Jr., 62, of North Little Rock, died Monday, Dec. 1.|
Survivors include his wife Ann Martindale; one daughter Cathy Tierney of Sherwood; three grandsons Daniel Wardlaw, Blake Tierney, Aaron Tierney, all of Sherwood; two sisters, Jeanette Shaw of Diamondhead, Margaret Harvey of Pearcy; and one brother.; nlrt12/11/1997
|Martone||Arthur L.||Arthur L. Martone, 75, of North Little Rock, died Saturday, Feb. 8. He was a retired clothier and jeweler and a member of St. Mary's Catholic Church.|
He is survived by his wife, Florence Martone; three sons and daughter-in-laws, Luigi and Lisa Martone, Steve and Kelly Martone all of Little Rock and Paul Martone of North Little Rock; one daughter and son-in-law Angelina and Jeff Welch of Paramus, N.J.; two brothers, Peter Martone of Rhode Island; two sisters, Connie DiZolio and Helen DeAngelis of Rhode Island; and four grandchildren.
Funeral services were held Monday, Feb. 10, at St. Mary's Catholic Church. Interment was in Edgewood Memorial Park.; nlrt2/13/97
|Mary Ellen Daniels Masters, 65, of North Little Rock, died Saturday, Oct. 26, following a long illness. She is survived by her husband, Jesse H. Masters of North Little Rock; mother, Deborah Daniels of Lathrop, Mo.; two brothers, David G. Daniels of Lathrop, Mo., and Thomas A. Daniels of Camron, Mo.; one niece and two nephews.|
Graveside services were held Wednesday, Oct. 30, in Lathrop, No., following cremation.
The family request that memorials be made to donor's favorite charity.; nlrt10/31/1996
|Lola Jewel Matheny, 90, of North Little Rock, a member of Faith Baptist Church, died Tuesday, Sept. 12.|
She is survived by her husband of 72 years, Clyde Matheny; one daughter and son-in-law, Joyce and James Thompson of Sherwood; two sons and daughters-in-law, Melvin L. and Linda Matheny of North Little Rock and Clyde Jr. and Shirley Matheny of Little Rock; five grandchildren; and seven great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were held Thursday, Sept. 14, at Faith Baptist Church in North Little Rock with the Revs. Robert Francis and Freddie Holmes officiating. Burial was at Edgewood Memorial Park.
The family requests that memorials be made to Faith Baptist Church Building Fund.; nlrt9/21/2000
|Al Wilson Matthews, 85, of Sherwood, a retired tool and die maker for Remington Arms, died Wednesday, March 15.|
He was a member of Park Hill Baptist Church.
He is survived by his wife, Odie Matthews of Sherwood; son, James Warren Matthews and his wife Lynell of Lavaca, Ark.; daughter, Virginia Lee Isgrig of Bel Air, Md.; three grandchildren, Kathy Christman and her husband Ilia, Michael Isgrig and his wife, Shannon, and Christopher Isgrig; a brother, Roy W. Matthews; and a sister, Ruth Percefull.
A memorial service was held Friday, March 17, in the Huson Funeral Home Chapel.;nlrt3/23/2000
|Irene Louise Matthews, 62, widow of William Matthews, of Jacksonville, died Thursday, Jan. 8.|
Survivors are a son, Harald Rehback of North Little Rock; a daughter Patrice Studer of Jacksonville; five grandchildren; and one great-grandchild.
Graveside services were held Saturday, Jan. 10, at Edgewood Memorial Park.; nlrt1/15/1998
|Jimmie R. Mathews, 71, retired from Rands, Inc. following 35 years of service died Monday, Jan. 22, at his North Little Rock home, following a lengthy illness.|
A native of Sheridan, he wa a member of Baring Cross Baptist Church where he had been a member and a deacon for 31 years and served as treasurer for 18 years.
After attending Little Rock Junior College, he served in the U.S.Navy.
He was preceded in death by a sister, Dorothy Puckett.
He is survived by his wife of 50 years, Suzanne Hardin Mathews; two daughters and sons-in-law Margaret and Joe Ward of North Little Rock, and Janet and Charles Thelen of St. Joe, Mo.; two sons and daughters-in-law, Paul and Lisa Mathews, Dan and Vicki Mathews, all of North Little Rock; two brothers, Robert and David Mathews, both of North Little Rock; two sons and daughters-in-law, Paul and Lisa Mathews, Dan and Vicki Mathews, all of North Little Rock; two brothers brothers, Robert and David Mathews, both of North Little Rock; two sisters, Sue Parsley of Sheridan and Kaye Powell of Little Rock; one aunt, Clemmons Ashscraft of Little Rock; and six grandchildren.
Funeral services were held Thursday, Jan. 25, at Baring Cross Baptist Church with the Revs. Marty Watson and Stephen Hatfield officiating. Burial was at Rest Hills Memorial Park. The family requests that memorials be made to the Possess the Land Fund of Baring Cross Baptist Church, 1224 Franklin Street, North Little Rock, AR 72114.; nlrt2/1/2001
|Louis Wayne Matthews, 78, of North Little Rock, a retired machinist and a member of Levy Church of Christ, died Friday, July 23.|
He was preceded in death by his parents, Ewing and Lula Matthews, and a sister, Jeanette Davidson.
Survivors include his wife, Lorina Hale Matthews; two sons, Jimmy Wayne Matthews of Levonie, Mich., and Marvin Louis Matthews of Bryan, Ohio; two daughters, Janet Reynolds of Camden, Mich., and Janice Seeley of Hillsdale, Mich.; a stepdaughter, Gwen McKinney of Texas; two brothers, Eugene C. Matthews of Batesville and Gerald Clyde Lawrence of Elmore, Ala.; a sister, Mae Marie Matthews of San Antonio, Texas; 10 grandchildren; and seven great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were held Tuesday, July 27, at North Little Rock Funeral Home chapel with Ralph Griggs officiating. Burial was in Rest Hills Memorial Park; nlrt8/5/1999
|Silas Edward "Si" Matthews, 83, formerly of Oak Grove, died Monday, Jan. 11. He began his career at an early aged of 12 delivering ice cream to support his family, later went to work as a soda-jerk and eventually earned a doctor of pharmacy degree. He retired from Spriggs Drug Store in North Little Rock.|
Preceded in death by his wife of 60 years, Annie Virginia (Stivers) Matthews, he is survived by a daughter and son-in-law, Marilyn and Don Wilson; and son and daughter-in-law, Gary and Sidney Matthews, all of Vilonia; six grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; and a sister, Atlas Mitchell of Peoria.
Funeral services were held Friday, Jan. 13, at the North Little Rock Funeral Home chapel with the Rev. K. Alvin Pitt officiating. Burial was in Edgewood Memorial Park.; nlrt2/21/99
|Maulden||Windell G.|| Windell G. Maulden, 74, of North Little Rock, died Monday, July 3. He passed away in his sleep at home following more than two months of illness. He was born in Shirley, Ark.|
He served his country during World War II as a corporal in the US. Army. He was a retired long distance truck driver with Colonial Baking Company. He thoroughly enjoyed his retirement with his family and researching family history, music, photography, wrestling and old movies.
He ws preceded in death by his parents, Gay W. and Thelma Brown Maulden, and sister, Jean Hipps. Survivors include his brother and sister-in-law Jerry and Sue Maulden of Little Rock; a nephew, Mike Maulden and his wife, Joye, of Little Rock; nieces Karen Oliverand husband, Ty, of Magnolia, Kristin Alexander and her husband, Peter, of Little Rock and Jean Meloy of Hollidaysburg, Pa.; great-nieces and nephews Lauren and Robert Turner, Sarah Maulden and Sean, Thomas and Charlotte Alexander; cousins James, Tommy, Larry and Mitchell Treat and many others.
Graveside services were held Wednesday, July 5, at Edgewood Cemetery, in North Little Rock. The family requests that memorials be made to National World War II Memorial Fund, American Battle Monuments Commission. Attention: Skip Shannon VEBPOE, 2300 Blvd., Suite 501, Arlington, VA 22201.; nlrt7/13/2000
|John Paul May, 62, of North Little Rock, died Thursday, Aug. 21. He was retired from the United States Air Force and Southwestern Bell Telephone Co. and was a member of First Assembly of God Church.|
He is survived by a daughter and son-in-law, Tonya and Vera Rotruck of Perryville; sister, Margie Spence of Fayette, Mo.; brother, Kenneth May of Waco, Texas; grandsons, Nicholas and Lane Rotruck; and fiance, Harmolene Gann.
Funeral services were held Monday, Aug. 25, at Roller-Owens Funeral Home with the Rev. Glenn Norris officiating. Burial was in Plumerville Cemetery with military honors.; nlrt8/26/1997
|May||Louise T.||Louise T. May, 76, of Sherwood, died Tuursday, Nov. 25. She was the widow of Harrell May Sr. and also preceded in death by a daughter, Wanda Lee Isbell.|
She is survived by a son, Harrell May Jr. of North Little Rock; a daughter, Teresa Conrade of Sherwood; sister, Emogene Brown of Greenbrier, and six grandchildren.
Graveside services were held Monday, Nov. 29, at Rest Hills Memorial Park.; nlrt12/2/1999
|Mayfield||Dean E.|| Dean E. Mayfield, 70, of North Little Rock, died Sunday, Jan. 19. He was the son of the late George and Hazel Mayfield of Russell, Arkansas. He is preceded in death by his brother and "best friend", Carlton "Pete" Mayfield.|
He graduated as valedictorian from Russell High School and received his degree from Harding University in Searcy. He was a U.S. veteran after serving in WWII. In 1984, he retired from Federal Reserve Bank where he served as Personnel Manager for 31 years.
He is survived by Jackie, his wife of 48 years; a daughter, Denyse Cummings and son-in-law, Victor Cummings; three grandchildren, Lance Cummings, Heather Raimer and Hollie Raimer.
Funeral services were held Wednesday, Jan. 22, with interment in Rest Hills Memorial Park.; nlrt1/30/1997
|Charles Lamar Mays, Sr., a longtime resident of Little Rock died at his home in Florida on Thursday, June 3.|
He operated Mann's D.X. Station, Chuck's Conoco Station, and he and wife ran the Gas Mart Station on Baseline Road in Little Rock for many years.
He is survived by his wife, Caroline McCown Mays, of Florida; three sons, Charles Mays Jr. and Scott Mays, both of Florida, and Chris Mays of Mississippi; one daughter, Annette Neal, of Alexander, Ark.; two sisters, Jamie and Norma; two brothers-in-law and wives, Fred and Johnnie McCown Sr. of North Little Rock, John and Linda McCown Sr. of Benton, and brother-in-law Earl McCown of Mississippi. Burial was by cremation.; nlrt6/24/1999