|Jerril M. Pace, Jr., 68, of North Little Rock, died Wednesday, Dec. 24. Mr. Pace was a retired piano technician and owner of Pace Piano Service. He was a graduate of North Little Rock High School and served in the U.S. marine Corps. He was a talented, professional musician, an Artisan, and an active member of the National Piano Travelers Association. He was a member of the First Presbyterian Church of North Little Rock.|
He is survived by his wife, Nancy Neighbors Pace; a daughter and son-in-law, Sharon and Ronny Davis of Minden, La.; a son Jerril Austin Pace of Calif.; two granddaughters, Kim Stanberry and husband Brady of Dallas, Texas and Briana Widmer of Ruston, La.; two great-grandchildren.
A memorial service was held Saturday, Dec. 27, at the First United Methodist Church, North Little Rock.
The family requests that memorials be made to Arkansas Cancer Research Center , UAMS, 4301 W. Markham, Little Rock, Ark. 72205 or First United Methodist Church Choir Fund, North Little Rock.; nlrt1/1/1998
|Page||Albert E.||Funeral services for Albert E. Page, aged 22, who died at a local hospital Sunday, were held at 10 a.m. Monday, from the family residence on the Galloway pike, in charge of the Rev. T.L. Harris, pastor of the First Presbyterian church. Burial was in Edgewood Memorial Park. He is survived by one sister, Gladys Page, Galloway pike, and four brothers, Walter of Arkadelphia, Willis of Conway, Harry of Fulton and Charles Page of Glenwood; nlrt2/6/1929
|Albert Lawrence Paladino, 68, of North Little Rock, a retired employee with the North Little Rock Housing Authority, died Thursday, April 9. He was a member of St. Patrick's Catholic Church.|
Preceded in death by two sisters, Genny Rader and Pauline Kordsmeier, he is survived by his wife of 51 years, Erma D. Paladino; daughter, Brenda K. Adams of North Little Rock; son, William A. Paladino of Benton; three grandchildren, Angelia Trammell and Joseph Paladino of Sherwood, and James Paladino of Lawton, Okla.; three great-grandchildren; two sister, Louise Yocum of Morrilton and Josephine DeSalvo of Conway; and four brothers, John and Tony Paladino of Little Rock, Adolph Paladino of Rose City, and Victor Paladino of Conway.
A Mass of Christian Burial was held Saturday, April 11, at St. Patrick's Church with the Rev. Paul Worm as celebrant. Interment was in Rest Hills memorial Park. The family requests that memorials bemade to Hospice I Care Network 6..; nlrt4/23/1998
|Joseph Donato Paladino, 83, of North Little Rock, died Monday, Jan. 25. He was born in Center Ridge, the son of the late Angelo and Maria Zarlingo Paladino.|
After serving in World War II Army, Mr. Paladino settled in North Little Rock, where he worked in the restaurant business for several years. Later was employed by the Sid Haydon Chrysler-Plymoth dealership in auto sales until his retirement. He was a member of St. Patrick's Catholic Church in North Little Rock.
He was preceded in death by a son, Danny Paladino; a sister, Dolly DeSalvo; and four brothers, Alex, Anthony, Rocky and Augustine Paladino.
He is survived by his wife, Mildred Marie Evans Paladino of North Little Rock; one sister, Lena Kordsmeier of Morrilton; and four brothers: Jimmy, Pete and Norbert Paladino of North Little Rock and Thomas Paladino of Center Ridge.
A funeral Mass was held Wednesday, Jan. 27, at St. Joseph's Catholic Church in Center Ridge. Burial was at St. Joseph's Catholic Cemetery in Center Ridge. The family requests that memorials be made to St. Joseph's Church Building Fund, Center Ridge, AR 72027.; nlrt2/11/1999
|Paladino||Norbert S.||Norbert S. Paladino, 67, of North Little Rock, died Thursday, March 9. He was retired from McMillian & Bloedell container company.|
He is preceded in death by parents, Angelo and Mary Paladino, five brothers and one sister.
Survivors include his wife of 40 years, Wilma; daughters, Pamela Trest and husband Tommy of Sugarland, Texas, Melissa Pointer and husband Jeff of East End, Ark.; four grandchildren; three brothers; and one sister.
Funeral Mass was held Saturday, March 11, at the Immaculate Heart of Mary with Msgnr Francis Malone officiating.
The family requests that memorials be made to the UAMS Department of Head and Neck Surgery or Arkansas Hospice.; nlrt2/23/2000
|Allie P. Parchman, 91, of North Little Rock, died Saturday, Jan. 4. She was retired from the U.S. Postal Service. She was a member of the North Little Rock Womens Club and a member of Park Hill Baptist Church. She was preceeded in death by her husband, Lonnie Parchman and a grandson, Jeff Hardwick.|
She is survived by her daughter, Flo Hardwick of North Little Rock; two sisters, Elizabeth Brame of North Little Rock and Ccelia Whitley of Little Rock; a grandson and his wife, John and Becky Hardwick of Jacksonville; three great-granddaughters, Elizabeth Hardwick, Heather Harkins and Casandra Weaver.
Graveside services were held Monday, Jan 6, at Rest Hills Memorial Park. The family requests that memorials be made to Park Hill Baptist Church.;nlrt1/16/1997
|Hulen Earnest Parish, 83, of North Little Rock, died Sunday, Sept. 8. He was a member of Grace Nazarene Church and the Fellowship Bible Class.|
He is survived by a son, Calvin Parish of Little Rock; son-in-law, Lawrence Damewood, Sr. of Provo, Utah; three grandchildren, Patty, Allen and Lawrence Damewood, Jr.; six great-grandchildren; a sister, Hazel Bates of Pine Bluff; four nephews and six nieces.
Funeral services were held Thursday, Sept. 12 at Grace Nazarene Curch with burial in Pine Mountain Cemetery, Damascus, Arkansas.; nlrt9/19/1996
|Parker||Cora||Cora Parker, 79, of North Little Rock, a native of Hope, died Tuesday, Aug. 4. She was a widow of World War II veteran Glen Parker.|
Survivors include her son, James Parker of Texarkana; three daughters, Glenda Hare of Conway, Joann Sinkey of North Little Rock and Nancy Wade of Little Rock; three sisters, Lola Anderson of Eureka, Calif., and Myrtle Kennedy and Zora Middlebrook, both of Hope; one brother, C.H. Thomas of North Little Rock; 13 grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren.; nlrt8/13/1998
|Dacus Bush Parker, 69, of Lonoke, died Saturday, Nov. 13. He was a U.S.Navy veteran and a member of the Baptist faith.|
He is survived by two brothers, Robert Parker of Batesville and Eugene Parker of San Antonio, Texas; several nieces and nephews.
Graveside services and interment were held Tuesday, Nov. 16, at Little Rock National cemetery with the Rev. Erby Burgess officiating.
The family request that memorials be made to Fellowship of Christian Athletes, 1000 Bishop Street, Little Rock, Arkansas.;nlrt11/25/99
|John Tiley Parker, 59 of 1623 Schaer Street, a brakeman for the Missouri-Pacific Lines, died December 18 at a Little Rock hospital. He was a native of Paris and had lived at North Little Rock for 19 years. H had worked for the railroad for 19 years. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Molly Ida Patterson Parker; a son, John Tiley Parker of North Little; a brother, H.V. Parker of Alburqerque, N.M. and thee sisters, Miss Grace McCubbin and Miss Ruth Parker of Albuquerque, and Mrs. Mildred Schultz of Phoenix, Arizona. Funeral was December at Gardner Memorial Methodist Church by Rev. J. Albert Gatlin. A second service was at the Salem Methodist Church near Plainview. Burial was in Salem Cemetery by Owens & Co. nlrt1/7/1960||Parker||Paul|
|Paul David Parker, 3 year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Parker of 1418 West Twentieth Street, died December 19 at a Little Rock hospital. Other survivors include three brothers, Peter V. Parker, Mark Parker and Richard Parker; five sisters, Frances Ann Parker, Martha Elizabeth Parker, Paula Jane Parker, Bridet Mary Parker and Barbara Ellen Parker, all of North Little Rock, and a grandnmother, Mrs. Mary Edna Parker of San Francisco. Funeral was December 21 at St. Mary's Catholic Church by Rev. R.J. McCauley. Burial was in Calvery Cemetery by Healey & Roth.; nlrt1/7/1960||Parkhill||Marvin L.||Marvin L. Parkhill, 83, of North Little Rock, a retired blacksmith/welder with the Missouri Pacific Railroad who was a 50 year Mason with the Big Rock Lodge, died Wednesday, Feb. 16. He was a member of First Presbyterian Church of North Little Rock and AARP.|
Survivors include his wife of 63 years, Dorothy Cross Parkhill; daughter and son-in-law, Linda and John Woodard of North Little Rock; grandchildren, Mike Woodard of Little Rock and Greg Woodard of Conway; brothers, Raymond Parkhill and wife Rose of North Little Rock, and Claude Parkhill of Sun City Calif.; and sister, Grace Houck of Borger, Texas.
Graveside services were Friday, Feb. 18, at Rest Hills Memorial Park.
The family request that memorials be made to First Presbyterian Church, 201 W. 4th Street, North Little Rock, AR 72114.; nlrt2/24/2000
|Parks||Wallace C.||Wallace C Parks, 88, of North Little Rock, died Tuesday, March 4. He was a retired District Sales Manager with Sun DX Oil Company after 40 years. He was a member of AARP and Park Hill Baptist Church.|
He is survived by his wife of 61 years, Vera Mae Cox Parks; a sister, Clytie Mobley of North Little Rock; two granddaughters, Lori Allen of Benton and Kay Bird of Dallas; and a great-granddaughter, Carolyn Bird.
Funeral services were held Friday, March 7, at Roller-Owens Funeral Home with the Dr. S. Cary Heard officiating. Burial was in Mt. Carmel Cemetery in Cabot.
The family requests that donations be made to the Park Hill Baptist Church.; nlrt3/13/1997
|Parks||William E.||William E. (Bill) Parks, Sr, 63 of Jacksonville died Aug 4, 1997.|
A native of Monette, Ark., he was retired from the U.S. Postal Service in April after 24 years of service. He was also a life member of the Michael Ray V.F.W. Post #4548.
He is survived by his wife Catherine Parks of Jacksonville, son William E. Parks Jr. of Matthews, N.C., two daughters, Margaret Jenkins of Fordyce, and Patricia Berrier of Knoxville, Tenn.; seven grandchildren, one great-granddaughter, one brother Ishmael Parks of Jonesboro; and one sister Rudy Ray of Monette, Ark.
Funeral services were held on Aug. 7 at the Jacksonville Funeral Home Chapel with interment in Chapel Hill Memorial Park.
The family requests that memorials be made to Pathfinders Inc. and Hospice Home Care Inc. of Little Rock.;nlrt8/21/1997
|Parris||Robert T.||Robert T. Parris, 77, of North Little Rock, died Thursday, April 24. He was an Army Veteran of World War II, a Disabled American Veteran, and a retired sales agent with Prudential Insurance Co.|
He was preceded in death by his wife, Mildred G. Parris, and is survived by two daughters, Tanya Kinkade and Debbie Mallard of North Little Rock; brothers, Roland Parris of Philadelphia, Pa., and John Parris Jr. of San Francisco; four grandchildren; and companion, Evelyn Campbell.
Graveside services were Monday, April 28, at Spring Hill Cemetery, in Greenbrier.;nlrt5/1/1997
|Eunice Bunch Paul, 80, of North Little Rock, died Friday, May 28. Born in Saline County, she was a member of Levy United Methodist Church.|
She was preceded in death by her husband, Glenn M. Paul, and a sister and brother-in-law, Louise and James Huff.
Survivors include one sister, Lois Lyons of The Colony, Tex.; two daughters and sons-in-law, Glenna and Dale Dorothy of Marion, Ind., and Marilyn and Carlva of Sherwood.
Funeral services were held Tuesday, June 1, at Huson Funeral Home with the Rev. Sam Williams officiating. Interment was in Pinecrest Cemetery.; nlrt6/3/99
|Paulman||Odene N.||Odene N. Paulman, 89, of Sherwood, died Tuesday, Feb. 1. She was a retired department store sales clerk and a member of Park Hill Baptist Church.|
She was preceded in death by her husband, Sam Paulman. Survivors include two sisters, Maxine Flowers of North little Rock and Iris Middleton of Glenwood and several nieces and nephews.
Funeral services were held Thursday, Feb. 3, at Roller-Owens Funeral Home. Interment was in Grissard Cemetery in El Paso. The family requests that memorials be made to the Park Hill Baptist Church Building Fund.; nlrt2/10/2000
|Billy Earl Payne, Jr., 36, a dental technician of North Little Rock, died Monday, Sept. 15.|
A golfer with many friends, he is survived by his father, Billy Payne Sr.; his mother and step-father, Shirley and Dennis Hammons; his wife, Rachel Payne; two daughters, Sara and Darby Payne; and two uncles, Benny and Joe Lewis.
Graveside services were held Thursday, Sept. 18, at Arkansas Memorial Gardens.; nlrt10/2/1997
|Payne||Mary G.||Mary G. Payne, 82, of North Little Rock, died Sunday, Dec. 22. Survivors include daughters, Mary L. Payne and Jimmie Lee St. John; a brother, james F. Gill; and a sister, Martha Ann Waldon.|
Funeral services was held Thursday, Dec. 26, in Roller-Owens Funeral Home Chapel with interment in Edgewood Memorial Park.; nlrt1/2/1997
|Pearle||Fred W.||Fred W. Pearle, 89, of North Little Rock, formerly of Cabot, died Sunday, Feb. 9. He was a World War II Veteran, a retired VA employee and an avid hunter and fisherman.|
Survivors include his wife, Doris Hardwick Pearle; two daughters and sons-in-law, Sherry and Bill Williamson of Bryant and M.J. Pearle and George Boosey of Framington, Mass.; four brothers, Troy Pearle of Cabot, Owen Pearle of Charleston, South Carolina, H.B. Pearle of Beedeville and Jack Pearle of Jacksonville; a sister, Lucille Harris of Conway; three grandchildren, Cara and Cory Williamson and Colin Boosey; and many great nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by two sisters, Lola Pearle and Mae Luker.
Graveside services were held Tuesday, Feb. 11, at Mt. Carmel cemetery, in Cabot.; nlrt2/20/97
|Pearsall||W.E.||W.E. Pearsall, aged 64, died at his home, 1721 Maple street after an illness of several months. His illness which forced him to retire from active railroad service several months ago, assumed serious proportions recently while he was attending a Board of Appeals meeting in Cleveland, O.|
Ill health caused his retirement from active service as conductor on Missouri Pacific trains and he was retired December 1, 1928 after being in the railroad's service 34 years. At the time of his retirement L.W. Baldwin, president of the Missouri Pacific lines praised the record of Mr. Pearsall had made with the railroad, first as brakeman, beginning in July 1894, and as conductor, to which position Mr. Pearsall was promoted in 1901. A gold medal for distinguished service was presented to Mr. Pearsall by President Baldwin.
Following his retirement, Mr. Pearsall continued his work for the Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen in which he was chairman of the Grievance Committee and secretary of the General Committee over a period of 15 years. He also was a member of the Board of Appeals, highest tribunal in the affairs of railroad employes.
His association with the Board of Public Appeals made him a national figure among railroad employes.
Throughout his 34 years of service with the Missouri Pacific Lines, Mr. Pearsall maintained his home in North Little Rock where he was an active member of the First Presbyterian church.
Surviving Mr. Pearsall are his wife, a son, W.E. Pearsall Jr., of North Little Rock; and two daughters, Mrs. V.S. Culpepper of Tulsa, Okla., and Mrs. Leon T. Prickett of Little Rock. Arrangements for funeral services have not been completed.; nlrt6/26/1929
|Rickey Derrell Pearson, 52, of North Little Rock, died Wednesday, Aug. 21. He was an employee of Eastman Kodak of 23 years. He was a member of the First United Methodist Church of North Little Rock, Fisher St. First United Methodist Church in Jonesboro and the First United Methodist Church of Kensett and was a U.S. Army veteran. He was a member of the Boy Scouts of America, Eagle Scouts and the National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution, where he was a former president of both the Count Pulaski Chapter in Little Rock and the Crowley's Ridge Chapter in Jonesboro. He was also a member of the Masonic Lodge Temple in Kensett and senior class president of Judsonia High School in 1962.|
He is survived by his wife, Joan Marie (Henderson) Pearson; son and daughter-in-law, Glenn Allen and Kimberly Pearson of Maumelle; daughter and son-in-law, Traci Michelle and Ron Brunner of Sherwood; grandson, Clayton Pearson of Maumelle; granddaughter, Lindsey Brunner of Sherwood; grandson, Clayton Pearson of Maumelle; granddaughter, Lindsey Brunner of Sherwood; stepfather, L.C. Wicoff of Judsonia.
Funeral services were held Saturday, Aug. 24, at the First United Methodist Church in North Little Rock, with the Revs. Don Nolley and Larry Kelso officiating. Burial was in White County Memorial Gardens in Searcy.
The family requests that memorials be made to the American Cancer Society.; nlrt8/29/1996
|Pechoski||Myrtle C.||Myrtle C. Pechoski, 76, a homemaker of North Little Rock, died Wednesday, Jan. 20. She was of the Methodist faith.|
She is survived by a son, John D. Pechoski of McRae; daughter, Sylvia Ann Dixon of St. Louis; sister, Shirley Jones of Forest Park, Ga.; brother, Don Casebier of Conway; seven grandchildren;and six great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were held Monday, Jan. 25, at Roller-Owens Chapel. Interment was in Little Rock National Cemetery.; nlrt2/4/1999
|Anna Bell Peeler, 71, of North Little Rock died Wednesday, June 21. She was a homemaker and of the Baptist faith. She was preceded in death by her husband, John Peeler.|
Survivors include two sons, John Gary Peeler of Gravel Ridge and Billy Ray Peeler of Sherwood; two brothers, Harold Hall of Hot Springs and Bobby Hall of Stuttgart; two sisters, Irma Hall of Casscoe and Mary Johnson of White Haven, Miss.; four grandchildren;and one great-grandchild.
Funeral services were held Monday, June 26, at Roller-Owens with the Rev. Walter Stephens officiating. Interment was in Little Rock National Cemetery; nlrt6/29/2000
|James "Buddy" Peeler, 60, of Jacksonville died July 29. He was a member of Sylvan Hills Church of Christ. He was preceded in death by his brothers, Johnnie and Roy Peeler.|
Survivors include his wife, Shirley Peeler, two daughters and sons-in-law, Sheila and Bobby Brockington of North Little Rock and Tammy and Bricen Langrell of Jacksonville; five grandchildren, Jessica, Josh, Adam, Abby and Anna.; nlrt8/6/1998
|Peeler||John A.||John A. Peeler, 75, of North Little Rock, a retired master sergeant in the Air Force, died Wednesday, Dec. 31, on his 50th wedding anniversary.|
Retired from the Arkansas State Health Department and the National Forestry Service, he had been a member of the Civilian Conservation Corp.
He is survived by his wife, Anna Johnson Peeler; two sons, John Gary Peeler of Gravel Ridge and Billy Ray Peeler of Sherwood; two brothers, Gordon Peeler of Norfolk, Va., and Edward Peeler of Orlando, Fla.; one sister, Elsie Holt of North Little Rock; four grandchildren and one great-granddaughter.
Funeral services were held Monday, Jan. 5, in Roller-Owens chapel with Bro. Walter Stephens officiating. Interment with full military honors was in Little Rock National Cemetery.; nlrt1/15/1998
|David ALbert Peglow, 57, of Sherwood, retired from the Arkansas Department of Health, died Monday, Jan. 29.|
He was a graduate of Indiana University, a Vietnam Army veteran and a member of the Arkansas Society of Certified Public Accounts.
He was preceded in death by his parents and brother, William V. Peglow. Survivors include his wife of 33 years, Sue Ellen Peglow; daughter and son-in-law, Patricia Kathleen and Robert Airoldi; son, Phillip Scott; daughter, Penny Jean; sister and brother-in-law, Gloria Jean and Gilbert Schultz; and sister-in-law, Clare Peglow.
Funeral services were Friday, Feb. 2, at Hope Lutheran Church in Jacksonville. The family requests that memorials be Hope Lutheran Church; nlrt2/15/2001
|Ethel Mae Penny, 80, of North Little Rock, died April 1. She was preceded in death by her husband, S.W. Penny, and was a member of Immanuel Baptist Church.|
She is survived by two daughters, Nancy Childers of Little Rock and Betty Penny of North Little Rock; sister, Aileen Tate of Arkadelphia; two grandchildren and one great grandson.
Funeral was held Friday, at the Roller-Owens Funeral Home. Burial was in Maning, Ark.; nlrt4/16/1998
|Donald Clyde "Pepper"Pepper, 60, of Jacksonville, died Thursday, Jan. 27. He was chief engineer for Koehler Bkery for 32 years.|
He is survived by his wife, Mary Ward Pepper; son, Ron Pepper of North Little Rock; daughter, Sandy Higgins of Gillett; two grandcildren; step-son, Scott Huett of Cabot; stepdaughters, Vicky Holloway of Vilonia and Regina Brockington of Cabot; six step-grandcildren; and brother and sister, David Pepper and Jane Dorn, both of Alexander.
Funeral services were Saturday Jan. 29, in Roller-Owens chapel with the Rev. Norman Powell officiating. Interment was in Rest Hills Memorial Park.; nlrt2/10/2000
|H.R. "Pockets" Perdue, 83, of Sherwood, died Thursday, Dec. 25. He was of the Methodist Faith, retured superintendent of Maintenance of Way for Missouri-Pacific and a veteran of the U.S. Army. He was a member of Masonic Lodge, Active Lodge #158, and American Legion, Fleming Jackson Seever Post #6, both of Atchison, Kan. and the Elks Lodge of North Little Rock.|
Survivors include his wife, Bertha "Boots" Perdue; a son and daughter-in-law, Gary and Jeanette Perdue of Little Rock; two daughters and sons-in-law, Carol and Guy Holloway of North Little Rock, and COnnie and Mike Wolters of Kansas City, Mo.; a sister, Loretta Ginder of Kansas City, Mo.; four grandchildren; and one great-grandchild.
Funeral services were held Monday. Dec. 29 at Roller-Owens Funeral Home CHapel. Interment followed in Rest Hills Memorial Park; adg1/8/1998
|Orlie Paul Perdue, 85, of North Little Rock, who worked for the Pulaski County Sheriff's Department in the 1950's and later with Castle Equipment Co. of Little Rock, died Friday, March 16.|
A native of Ohio, he was a U.S. Army veteran of World War II and a member of the DAV. He was also a member of Rose City Church of the Nazarene
He is survived by his wife of 15 years, Winona Perdue; and one sister, Hazel Seward of Chillicothe, Ohio.
Graveside services and interment wa held Monday, March 19, at Forest Hills Memorial Park with the Rev. Joe Atkinson. The family requests that memorials be made to Rose City Church of the Nazarene; nlrt3/29/2001
|Perrin||Kathleen H.||Kathleen Hudson Perrin of North Little Rock died Monday, Aug 19, at the age of 80.|
The widow of Horace Perrin, she was born in Calhoun County and attended the Levy Baptist Church.
Survivors include one son, David Johnson of Little Rock; one grandson, Darren Johnson; and a host of cousins.
Funeral services were held Wednesday, Aug. 21 at the Watson Cemetery in Calhoun County.; nlrt8/22/1996
|Weldon William Perry, 81, of Spokane, Wash., died Tuesday, March 4, at St. Brendan Continuing Care Center.|
Born in England, Ark., Mr. Perry was a cotton farmer until entering the United States Coast Guard in 1942 to serve the majority of his service in Hawaii. After being discharged in 1945, he worked in the Dietary and Pharmaceutical departments of the Veteran's Hospital in North Little Rock until his retirement in 1969. Mr. Perry resided in Little Rock for 23 years, and was a member of Highland Methodist Church. After retirement he moved to North Little Rock where he was a member of Amboy Methodist Church and First Methodist Church. He moved to Spokane in 1986 where he was an active member of Manito Methodist United Church, Mens' Group and Bowling League.
Survivors include his wife of 48 years, Marguerite Cobb Perry; one daughter Barbara Rodgers Filo and son-in-law Robert J. Filo of Spokane; two granddaughters, Windo Filo of Seattle and Jessica Filo of Spokane; a sister Betty Letbetter of North Little Rock; two brothers Seth Perry of Warren, Pa., and Bob Perry of Euless, Texas.
Memorial services were held Saturday, March 8, in Spokane.
The family requests that memorials be made to Manito Methodist Memorial Fund, 3220 South Grand, Spokane, WA 99203.; nlrt3/20/97
|Louis Sebastian Pfeifer, died Monday, May 15. He was the son of the late Valentine and Anna Gangluff Pfeifer, brother of the late Berndine Quinn. He was a World War II Marines veteran.|
He is survived by his wife, Dorothy Gottsponer Pfeifer; two daughters and sons-in-law, Karen and John Mangiaracina of North Little Rock and Keith and Ruth Linn of Morrilton; two sons, Jerry and Dennis Pfeifer, both of North Little Rock; five grandchildrn, Kevin and Kirk Linn, Justin and Joshua Pfeifer, Sara Mangiaracina; two great-grandchildrn, Connor and Alanna Linn; and three sisters, Dorothy Bilgischer of St. Vincent, Ark., Mildred Lanzreth of Overland Park, Kan., and Martha Wiedower of Little Rock.
Mass of Christian Burial was Wednesday, May 17, at St. mary Catholic Church in St. Vincent, Arkansas, with interment at St. Mary Cemetery. The family requests that memorials be made to St. Patrick Catholic Church of North Little Rock.; nlrt5/25/2000
|Bettie Jewel Phillips, 78, a retired seamstress with Kellwood Manufacturing of Perryville, died Saturday, Jan. 2. She was of the Pentecostal faith.|
She is survived by her husband, Guy A. Phillips of Perryville; two sons and daughters-in-law, Bill and Pat Phillips of Perryville and Kenneth and Karen Phillips of Benson, Ariz.; daughter and son-in-law, Jo Ann and Terry Labreck of Omaha, Neb.; two brothers, Carroll Sartin of Little Rock and Cecil Sartin of England, Ark.; a sister, Wanda Roddy of North Little Rock; seven grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were Wednesday, Jan 6, in the Roller-Owens Funeral Home chapel with Bro. Greg Ables officiating. Interment was in England, Ark.; nlrt1/21/99
|Betty Ruth Phillips, 59, widow of Carl D. Phillips, of England, died Thursday, April 20. Survivors include three sons, Ronnie Phillips of Conway, Rickie Phillips and Carl Phillips both of North Little Rock; four daughters, Sherry Craven of Maumelle, Donna Babb of Little Rock, Deborah John Combs and Bobby Combs, both of North Little Rock, Danny Combs of Conway, Billy Combs of England; one sister, Linda Hayes of Little Rock; eight grandchildren;and four great-grandchildren.|
Funeral services were held Monday, April 24, at North Little Rock Funeral Home chapel with the Rev. Kevin Orr officiating. Burial was in Coy, Arkansas; nlrt4/27/2000
|Garlen Howard Phillips, 75, North Little Rock, owner of Phillips Florist in Levy, died Dec. 30 of a heart attack.|
Born in Fort Douglas and raised on an orchard farm in Lamar, he was one of eight sons of John and Caroline Phillips who had enough peach and apple trees to sustain the large family.
Family and friends said Mr. Phillips and his brothers were very close and did everything together, but "nothing you could print," laughed his second wife of 37 years, Dorothy Phillips, of the stories she had heard about his younger days.
His first career was with the U.S. Post Office. Widowed in 1964, he and his second wife owned Phillips Florist, now Buds 'n Bows on Camp Robinson Road.
We thought we'd get rich, but we ended up working ourselves to death," Dorothy Phillips said.
After they sold the business, Mr. Phillips went to work for the Argenta Drug store until John Cook sold that buisness too.
Family members say Mr. Phillips was quiet in public, but outgoing at home.
I think he was timid when he first met people, but when he got to know you he was a talker," his wife said.
Besides his wife, he is survived by two daughters, Pamela LeCrone Williams of Sherwood; three sons, Andew Phillips and Matthew Phillips both of North Little Rock and Michael Phillips of Lonoke; two brothers, Gorman Phillips of Lamar and Arnel Phillips of North Little Rock; and 11 grandchildren.
Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Saturday at Roller-Owens Funeral Home with Leon Barnes officiating. Burial was in Sixteenth Section Cemetery; nlrt1/8/1998
|Larry Wayne Phillips, 46, of North Little Rock, a forklift operator for Georgia Pacific Lumber Co., died Wednesday, May 3.|
He is survived by his son, Jason Phillips of Cabot; a daughter, Amber Phillips of Mabelvale and a sister, Janet Hamilton of North Little Rock.
Funeral services were held Saturday, May 6, at Huson Funeral Home CHapel with the Rev. Hugh Yarbrough officiating. Interment followed at Sumner Cemetery; adg5/11/2000
|Leona Rooney Phillips, 78, of North Little Rock, died Wednesday, Feb. 5. She was a member of Crystal Valley Baptist Church.|
She was preceded in death by her husband of 63 years, Everett Phillips, in 1982; also by a brother and sister, W.A. Rooney and Neoma Ward.
She is survived by four sons, Claudie of Cabot, Tolbie and Donald of North Little Rock, and Rickey of California; two brothers, Charles "Bud" Rooney of Kansas and Windell Rooney of Pitcher, Okla.; two sisters, Marcine Hensley of North Little Rock and Faye Coleman of Little Rock; 13 grandchildren; 34 great-grandchildren; and one great-great-grandchild.
Funeral services were held Friday, Feb. 7, at Crystal Valley Baptist Church. Burial was in Greenbrier.; nlrt2/13/97
|Robert Allen Phillips, 61, of Sherwood, a long-time employee and job manager of One Source Homebuilders in North Little Rock, died Tuesday, May 6 at his home.|
One of his greatest accomplishments in life, according to his son John, was 27 years of sobriety.
Mr. Phillips was co-founder of 215 Club Alchol Treatment Center in Springdale. He continued AA service throughout his years of recovery.
Survivors include his wife, Janice Willene Hamrick Phillips; son, John of Star City; two daughters, Lynn Miller of Shreveport, La., and Latrica Wells of North Little Rock; five grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were held Thursday, May 8, at Kernodle Funeral Home Chapel in Wynne with the Rev. J.W. Hirons officiating.; nlrt5/15/1997
|Shirley Jean Webb Phillips, 60, of North Little Rock, who loved fishing and the outdoors and was a great follower of Christ, died Wednesday, March 10.|
She is survived by her six sisters, Annie Mae Norwood of Little Rock, Jammie Charles of North Little Rock, Peggy Johnson of Jacksonville, Delores Jones of Sherwood, Janice Webb of Dallas and Sandra Kay Vales of North Little Rock; two daughters, Pamela Anderson of Little Rock and Carol Phillips of Greensboro, N.C.; and one grandson, Kavontae LaStephen Anderson.; nlrt3/25/1999
|Phillips||Wanita Fay||Wanita Fay Phillips, aged 75, of Jacksonville died Saturday, Oct. 5, 1996.|
Survivors include her husband, Ray G. Phillips of Jacksonville; three sons, Keith Chambers of Stratford, N.H., GLenn Phillips of Jacksonville, and Paul E. Phillips of Cabot; and a daughter, Kathy Sullivan of Rochester, N.H.
Funeral was Wednesday, Oct. 9, at the Salvation Army on Oak Street in Jacksonville. Burial was in Martin's Ferry Cemetery in Hooksett, N.H. Moore's Jacksonville Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.