Greene County, Arkansas
April 1990 Obituaries
Funeral services were held Monday afternoon at 1:30 in the Mitchell Funeral Home chapel in Paragould for Andrew Miller, 71 of Paragould, who died Saturday, April 7th, at Arkansas Methodist Hospital in Paragould. Royce Boiling officiated, burial followed in Memorial Gardens Cemetery. He was a retired used car dealer and a Baptist.
Survivors include his wife, Eva Miller of the home, four sons, Dale Miller, David Keith Miller and Dickie Miller all of Paragould, and Anthony Miller of Jonesboro, two daughters, Carolyn Foss of Paragould and Kaye Marshall of Pine Bluff, two brothers, George Miller of Marmaduke and William Miller of Hale, Michigan, a sister, Gladys Sparacino of Bradford, Texas and three grand children.
Jesse C. McEntyre
Jesse C. McEntyre, 61 of Paragould, died Saturday April 7th, at Arkansas Methodist Hospital in Paragould. Born December 26, 1928, he was retired from Fuller Caterpillar and was affiliated with the Christian Church.
Survivors include his wife, Betty E. Lashley McEntyre of the home, two sons, Jim McEntyre of Paragould and Jess McEntyre of Jonesboro, two daughters, Linda Johnson of Paragould and Kathy Puckett of Mesa Arizona, two brothers, Jerry McEntyre and Everett McEntyre of Martin, Michigan, sister Fannie Jackson of Paragould and seven grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held at 10:30 this morning at Mitchell Funeral Home chapel in Paragould. Burial will follow in Union Grove Cemetery with Mark Smith officiating.
Dr. Harry A. Green
Dr. Harry A. Green, 78, of Paragould, died Monday, April 11th, at his home. Born ca. 1912, in Missouri, he was a retired dentist, a former city alderman and an Air Force veteran. Green was a past president of the Paragould Rotary Club, Young Men's Civic Club, Northeast Arkansas Dental Association and chamber of commerce. A member of the American Dental Association and the Greene County Wildlife Club, he was an organizer of the Crowley's Ridge Girl Scout Council and the first Greene County Wildlife Association. He was also active in Boy Scouts.
Survivors include his wife, Mignon Frances McDermott Green of the home; a daughter, Mimi Wade of Memphis; and two granddaughters.
Services will be Wednesday morning at 10:30 in the Heath Funeral Home Colonial Chapel with Rev. Waymon Hollis officiating. Burial will follow in Linwood Cemetery. Visitation will be at the funeral home tonight, 7:00 until 8:30. The family asks that those wishing to leave a lasting memorial consider the charity of one's choice.
transcribed by: PR Massey