Marion County, AR - 2000s Obituaries

 

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ATNIP, ROGERS posted by Mountaineer Echo Newspaper on Wednesday, December 5, 2001

Mountaineer Echo Newspaper Week of December 13, 2001 issue: Charles David ROGERS, Sr. of Lakeway, Arkansas died Wednesday, December 5, 2001 at his residence. He was 82. Mr. ROGERS was born November 18, 1919 at Leachville, Arkansas the son of Charles Burgess ROGERS. Mr. ROGERS was a retired forklift operator for the Tri-Valley Cannery in Modesto, California. He moved to the area from California four years ago. Survivors include two sons, Charley ROGERS, Jr. and Jimmy ROGERS both of Yellville, Arkansas and one sister, Linnie ATNIP of Southshore, California. No funeral service is scheduled. Arrangements are under the direction of Burns Funeral Home in Yellville, Arkansas (870) 449-6621.

BAYNE, BENTON, COCHRAN, DUFFY, FEE, HARRISON, HAYNES, OXFORD posted by Mountaineer Echo Newspaper on Thursday, December 6, 2001

The Mountaineer Echo December 27, 2001 issue: Charles N. "Rip" HARRISON of Yellville, Arkansas died Thursday, December 6, 2001 at Baxter Regional Medical Center in Mountain Home, Arkansas. He was 79. Mr. HARRISON was born April 17, 1922 at Belle Fonte, Arkansas the son of Echoles and Dorothy FEE HARRISON. On October 28, 1961, he married Frances BAYNE. Mr. HARRISON was employed as a dam construction supervisor and served as the former Police Chief for the City of Yellville. He served in the United States Navy during World War II. Survivors include his wife, Frances BAYNE HARRISON; daughter, Lena MCCRERY of Larned, Kansas; one grandchild and four great grandchildren. His parents, Echoles and Dorothy HARRISON, preceded him in death. Funeral services were held Saturday, December 8, 2001 at Burns Funeral Home with Brother Terry DUFFY officiating. Burial followed in Layton Cemetery in Yellville. Pallbearers included Kenneth OXFORD, Stuart OXFORD, Butch HAYNES, Don COCHRAN and Jewel Dean BENTON. Arrangements were under the direction of Burns Funeral Home in Yellville, Arkansas (870) 449-6621

BOYER, GESKE, SCHUDT, STRUNK posted by Mountaineer Echo Newspaper on Friday, December 7, 2001

Mountaineer Echo Newspaper Week of December 13, 2001 issue: Evelyn Rowena BOYER of Bull Shoals, Arkansas died Friday, December 7, 2001 at Gainesville, Missouri. She was 85. Mrs. BOYER was born January 14, 1916 at Lena, Illinois to Milo W. and Rowena Pearl STRUNK SCHUDT. On January 13, 1941 at Iowa, she married Clarence J. BOYER. Formerly of Geneve, Illinois, she had been a resident of Bull Shoals since 1974. She was a beautician and member of the Christ by the Lake Lutheran Church. She is survived by her stepdaughter, Rita Mae GESKE of St. Charles, IL Her parents and husband preceded her in death. Funeral service is private. Burial will be at River Hill Memorial Cemetery in Batavia, Illinois. Arrangements are under the direction of Kirby-Boaz Funeral Directors in Bull Shoals, Arkansas.

BILLINGS, DICKERSON, JOHNSON, MARTIN, RICHMOND, SLACK, WILLIAMS posted by Mountaineer Echo Newspaper on Friday, December 14, 2001

The Mountaineer Echo December 27, 2001 issue: Ermal James "E.J." JOHNSON, of Grain Valley, Missouri died December 14, 2001 of cancer at St. Mary's Manor. Mr. JOHNSON was born October 8, 1935 at Flippin, Arkansas and was raised in the Yocham Bend area of the White River and then Georges Creek in the western part of Yellville. He attended and graduated from Yellville High School in 1953. He worked for International Paper Company at Kansas City, Kansas for approximately 28 years. He was last employed at Johnson County Waste Water for approximately 18 years. He leaves behind his wife of 11 years, Marcia JOHNSON; two sons, Jamie and Karl JOHNSON; two daughters, Shelia RICHMOND and Linda SLACK; one stepdaughter, Diane MARTIN; one stepson, Tom WILLIAMS; nineteen grandchildren, seven great grandchildren; three brothers and three sisters, Olaf, J.V., and Don JOHNSON and Hester LEE, Letha Doyce DICKERSON and Viva BILLINGS. His first wife, Martha A. WALKER JOHNSON; parents, Alva and Becky JOHNSON of Yellville; and infant son, Timothy JOHNSON; preceded him in death. Mr. JOHNSON's primary concern in life was his family and friends. He accepted Jesus as has his Lord and Savior just prior to his death. He leaves behind a vast wealth of great and wonderful memories, because he worked and played hard with his family. Mr. Johnson was buried next to his late wife, Martha, at Shawnee Memory Gardens in Shawnee, Kansas where they resided most of their married life.

FALK, GRAHAM, HALL, MITCHELL posted by Mountaineer Echo Newspaper on Wednesday, December 19, 2001

The Mountaineer Echo December 27, 2001 issue: A celebration of Life in the Memory of Opal "Mitchie" MITCHELL will be held January 1, 2002 from 2:00 until 5:00 p.m. with the family receiving friends at the home of Harry and Millie GRAHAM, 22 Alta Vista, Bull Shoals, 870-445-4797. She died December 19, 2001. Opal was retired from the medical field in California moving to Bull Shoals to be with family. Formally a partner of the Corner Joint Gallery. Local survivors are her sisters, Margaret HALL, Millie GRAHAM, Jean FALK. She was a charter member of the Bull Shoals Lions Club. Memorials may be made to Bull Shoals Lions Club.

DENNIS, MARBERRY, QUEEN, ROSE, RYAN, SMITH, STACY, WOOD posted by Mountaineer Echo Newspaper on Thursday, December 20, 2001

The Mountaineer Echo December 27, 2001 issue: Alma STACY SMITH, 87 of Flippin, AR died Thursday, December 20th at her home in Flippin. She was born Feb. 2, 1914 in Flippin to Will and Alene STACY. She was a 1932 graduate of Flippin High School and lived in Flippin until 1948 when she and her husband and young child moved to San Diego, CA. In 1951, Alma started work for F. W. Woolworth Co. in San Diego, CA as a sales clerk on the ribbon counter and worked her way up to head bookkeeper at the store. She took a leave of absence in 1969 and she and her husband moved to San Antonio, TX to be with her grandchildren and son. In 1970, she again worked with F. W. Woolworth Co. and later with Woolco Dept. Stores in San Antonio and Austin, TX as coordinating office manager for the seven stores in the two towns. Mrs. SMITH and her husband Norman returned to Flippin in 1976 to build their home and live. There she became a homemaker and entertained herself quilting, crocheting, and making many of her own clothes and clothes for her two grandchildren. She also did a great deal of canning from her husband's garden. Mrs. SMITH was preceded by her husband Norman in January 1994. Mrs. Smith is survived by one child, James Norman (Jim) SMITH of Flippin a grandson Sean and a companion Suzanne of Sykesville, MD, granddaughter Stacy RYAN and husband Joe of Arlington, TX, great grandson Daulton James RYAN, and several nieces and nephews including Bob MARBERRY, Ott WOOD, Agnes DENNIS, Neva ROSE, Bo WOOD, Doyle DENNIS, Doll QUEEN, David MARBERRY, and Steve MARBERRY, all of Marion County Arkansas. Norman Sanford and Alma STACY SMITH also had several relatives in Oklahoma, Texas and California. Services will be conducted by Kirby-Boaz Funeral Home. Visitations will be at the Flippin Church of Christ from 9:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m. Family will be present from 11:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m. on December 26th. Services will follow visitation at 1:00 p.m. with Dr. John CAREY officiating.

ALTON, JENKINS, MCCHRISTIAN, SPAULDING, THODE posted by Mountaineer Echo Newspaper on Saturday, December 22, 2001

The Mountaineer Echo December 27, 2001 issue: Marlene I. JENKINS, 65, entered into rest at Baxter Regional Medical Center on Saturday, December 22, 2001. She was a resident of the Twin Lakes Nursing Center in Flippin. Mrs. JENKINS was born February 21, 1936 the daughter of Virgil W. and Lucy ALTON SPAULDING. She married Dale W. JENKINS. Prior to her retirement, Mrs. JENKINS was employed as a Certified Nursing Assistant. She was a member of the Redeemer Lutheran Church in Mountain Home. Survivors include her sons, Larry MCCHRISTIAN of Yellville, Arkansas and Donnie W. MCCHRISTIAN of Indiana; daughter Debra THODE of Yellville, Arkansas; eight grandchildren and five treat-grandchildren. Her parents, Virgil and Lucy SPAULDING; husband, Dale W. JENKINS; and son, Gary Michael MCCHRISTIAN, preceded her in death. Cremation was conducted by Burns Funeral Home of Yellville, Arkansas (870) 449-6621

AKINS, CAMPBELL, DEAN, ERWIN, GENTRY, HAND, HARRIS, PANNELL, WYATT posted by David L. Scott on Tuesday, December 25, 2001

Harrison Daily Times December 26, 2001 Ruby CAMPBELL, 87, of Harrison died Tuesday, December 25 (2001) at North Arkansas Regional Medical Center in Harrison. Funeral services will be at 10 a.m. Friday, December 28 at Christeson Funeral Home. There will be open visitation. Pallbearers will be Bob WYATT, Tom AKINS, Steve HARRIS, Brian HARRIS, Louie PANNELL, and J.D. ERWIN. Burial will be in Maplewood Cemetery under the direction of Christeson Funeral Home. The daughter of John and Lillie (GENTRY) HAND, was born on December 18, 1914 at Rush. She was a resident of Boone County for 70 years and a prior resident of Marion County. She was a member of the First Assembly of God Church in Harrison. She was a homemaker. She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband, James W. CAMPBELL, on April 26, 1994, four sisters and a brother. She is survived by her daughter, Wanda ERWIN HARRIS of Eros; five grandchildren, Brian HARRIS and his wife, Sherry HARRIS of Springdale, Cynthia HARRIS AKINS and her husband, Tom AKINS of Greenville, S.C., Cheryl HARRIS GREEN of Mountain Home, Vicki HARRIS WYATT, and her husband, Bob WYATT of Edmond, Okla., and Steve HARRIS and his wife, Brenda HARRIS of Enid, Okla.; a sister, Libby DEAN of Yellville; and eight great-grandchildren.

DODD, KEETER, MCENTIRE posted by Mountaineer Echo Newspaper on Sunday, January 6, 2002

Mountaineer Echo Newspaper, Yakima Valley news by Frankie Seay, Week of January 17, 2002 issue: An old friend (and distant cousin of mine), Mildred KEETER MCENTIRE passed away at her home in Yakima on Sunday, January 6, 2002 after being in bad health for quite some time. Mildred was born at Bruno and married Harvey MCENTIRE there, where their five children were born (sons Joe and Fred and daughters Sue and the twins, Joyce and Lois), all survive her. Harvey passed away in 1944 and lived here ever since except for a short while when they moved back to Yellville to take care of her parents, Joe and Ethel DODD KEETER, who preceded her in death as well as her brothers, Elton and Sterling KEETER. She is survived by one brother, Chester KEETER of Yakima. My sympathy to all her family. She will be buried at Tahoma Cemetery in Yakima.

BROWN, BUTLER, COKER, CONNER, COVEY, DAVIS, FLOWERS, HAYES, HILTON, KEETER, MCENTIRE, RICHARDSON, SOUTHARDS, WICKERSHAM, YOUNG posted by Mountaineer Echo Newspaper on Tuesday, January 8, 2002

Yakima Valley News # 366 by Frankie Seay. The Mountain Echo Newspaper January 24, 2002 issue: We were not surprised when we lost Junior HAYES this week, he passed away at Providence Hospital here in Yakima suffering from heart problems and diabetes plus surgery for a hernia a couple of weeks ago, and on January 8th, he passed away, leaving his wife, Irma, and five children, a sister, Mary Elaine, and a lot of nieces and nephews both here and in Arkansas. His parents and two sisters preceded him in death - Virginia CONNER and Betty WICKERSHAM and a brother Woodrow "Woody" HAYES, all natives of Yellville. His parents, R.L. HAYES, Senior and Mary Ellen (BUTLER) HAYES, were well known and liked in Yellville where Mr. HAYES had a clothing store on the west side of the square for many years, and after his death, she continued to live in their home where they had raised their children in the northwest part of town near Town Branch, and was my neighbor in 1950. I remember that Mrs. HAYES always kept a few chickens and a goose or two and that's where I learned that geese could be mean. One of hers chased Gary across the road when he went over there to play with a little girl she baby sat and he's never forgotten that! I attended Junior's funeral as well as Mildred MCENTIRE, both on the same day, and there were a lot of Arkansas friends at both of them, some I knew and some I didn't. Besides their immediate families, the names I can remember were; Splint KEETER, Levy COVEY, Alonzo YOUNG, J.C. and Lorene RICHARDSON, Rev. Bill MCENTIRE and his wife Lavern BROWN MCENTIRE, Tobe and Eula COKER, Joan DAVIS FLOWERS, Betty SOUTHARDS, Everet and Evelyn HILTON. Also among the mourners were Junior's nieces and nephews, the WICKERSHAM family, children of his sister Betty and her husband, Earl WICKERSHAM who have both passed away here in the last few years. They were both born, raised and educated in Yellville but married and raised their family of seven children out here; Earl Junior, Jim, Lynne, Winnie, Karen, Liz, and Martha survive Earl and Betty. Junior's children were there too but I don't know them. The deaths of Mildred and Junior have thinned our little Arkansas family just a little more, and we hope they'll be all for a while.

BRUCHAS, LYNCH, WOOD posted by Mountaineer Echo Newspaper on Tuesday, January 8, 2002

Mountaineer Echo, week of Jan 17, 2002 issue: Memorial Mass for Robert Francis LYNCH of Bull Shoals was held Friday, January 11, 2002 at 10:00 a.m. at St. Peter the Fisherman Catholic Church with Reverend and Dennis WOOD Officiating. Mr. LYNCH died Tuesday, January 8, 2002 at the age of 85. He was married to Geraldine BRUCHAS, and was retired from Trim Construction Co. He served in the US Army, and was a member of St. Peter the Fisherman Catholic Church. He is survived by his wife, Gerri LYNCH of Bull Shoals; brother, Jack (Doris) LYNCH of Bull Shoals; and a sister, Eileen LYNCH of California. Arrangements are by Kirby-Boaz Funeral Home.

ADAMS, BRIGHTWELL, BRIGHWELL, BUTLER, DAVIS, DAVISS, EDDINGS, FISK, FRUEHAUF, GATES, GILLEN, HILL, KING, MANES, MCCARLY, MCCUTCHEON, RAMSEY, REEVES, SHIMPMAN, SILLS, STILL, STILLS, TEAGUE, YOUNGER posted by Mountaineer Echo Newspaper on Tuesday, January 8, 2002

Mountaineer Echo, week of Jan 17, 2002 issue: Fern SILLS of St. Joe, Arkansas died Wednesday, January 8, 2002 at Harrison, Arkansas. She was 77. She was born January 27, 1924 at Tomahawk, Arkansas the daughter of Oliver and Vida BUTLER HILL. Mrs. STILLS was a homemaker and a member of the First Baptist Church in St. Joe. Survivors include five sons, Deloin STILLS of Elkins, AR, James STILLS of St. Joe, AR, Pappy Dale STILLS of Gilbert, AR, Vernon STILLS of Prairie Grove, AR and Jerry STILLS of Fayetteville; one daughter Susan Hutton of Rogers, AR; seven sisters, Cleo STILL of Ridge Crest CA, Marcell GATES of Yucaipa, CA Dorothy DAVIS of St. Joe, Mary REEVES, of Trona, CA Willodean BRIGHTWELL of Yellville, Lois SHIMPMAN of Quitman, AR and Joyce MCCARLY of St. Mary's, GA; one brother Johnnie HILL of Henryetta, TX; twenty-two grandchildren and thirty-three great-grandchildren. Her parents, Oliver and Vida HILL; children, David, Donna, Johnny STILLS and Joyce MCCUTCHEON; sisters, Mildred, Lillian, Madge and Euvalva HILL; bother Everett HILL; and one great-grandchild preceded her in death. Visitation was held Friday, January 11, 2002 from 6:00 until 8:00 p.m. at Roller Coffman Funeral Home in Marshall, AR. Funeral services were held Saturday, January 12, 2002 at 10:00 a.m. at St. Joe Baptist Church with Ministers Lannie YOUNGER and Joe GILLEN officiating. Burial followed in the Osborne Cemetery. Pallbearers were Billy FISK, Junior EDDINGS, Martin KING, Jessie DAVISS, Larry BRIGHWELL and Ronnie RAMSEY. Honorary pallbearers included Gary ADAMS, Marvin Joe BRIGHTWELL, Jimmy TEAGUE, R.E. DAVIS, Ben FRUEHAUF, Jackie MANES and her grandsons. Arrangements were under the direction of Roller Coffman Funeral Home of Marshall, AR (870) 448-3338.

BRUCHAS, LYNCH, WOOD posted by Mountaineer Echo Newspaper on Tuesday, January 8, 2002

Mountaineer Echo Newspaper, Week of January 17, 2002 issue: Memorial Mass for Robert Francis LYNCH of Bull Shoals was held Friday, January 11, 2002 at 10:00 a.m. at St. Peter the Fisherman Catholic Church with Reverend and Dennis WOOD Officiating. Mr. LYNCH died Tuesday, January 8, 2002 at the age of 85. He was married to Geraldine BRUCHAS, and was retired from Trim Construction Co. He served in the US Army, and was a member of St. Peter the Fisherman Catholic Church. He is survived by his wife, Gerri LYNCH of Bull Shoals; brother, Jack (Doris) LYNCH of Bull Shoals; and a sister, Eileen LYNCH of California. Arrangements are by Kirby-Boaz Funeral Home.

ADAMS, BRIGHTWELL, BRIGHWELL, BUTLER, DAVIS, DAVISS, EDDINGS, FISK, FRUEHAUF, GATES, GILLEN, HILL, KING, MANES, MCCARLY, MCCUTCHEON, RAMSEY, REEVES, SHIMPMAN, SILLS, STILL, STILLS, TEAGUE, YOUNGER posted by Mountaineer Echo Newspaper on Tuesday, January 8, 2002

Mountaineer Echo Newspaper, Week of January 17, 2002 issue: Fern SILLS of St. Joe, Arkansas died Wednesday, January 8, 2002 at Harrison, Arkansas. She was 77. She was born January 27, 1924 at Tomahawk, Arkansas the daughter of Oliver and Vida BUTLER HILL. Mrs. STILLS was a homemaker and a member of the First Baptist Church in St. Joe. Survivors include five sons, Deloin STILLS of Elkins, AR, James STILLS of St. Joe, AR, Pappy Dale STILLS of Gilbert, AR, Vernon STILLS of Prairie Grove, AR and Jerry STILLS of Fayetteville; one daughter Susan Hutton of Rogers, AR; seven sisters, Cleo STILL of Ridge Crest CA, Marcell GATES of Yucaipa, CA Dorothy DAVIS of St. Joe, Mary REEVES, of Trona, CA Willodean BRIGHTWELL of Yellville, Lois SHIMPMAN of Quitman, AR and Joyce MCCARLY of St. Mary's, GA; one brother Johnnie HILL of Henryetta, TX; twenty-two grandchildren and thirty-three great-grandchildren. Her parents, Oliver and Vida HILL; children, David, Donna, Johnny STILLS and Joyce MCCUTCHEON; sisters, Mildred, Lillian, Madge and Euvalva HILL; bother Everett HILL; and one great-grandchild preceded her in death. Visitation was held Friday, January 11, 2002 from 6:00 until 8:00 p.m. at Roller Coffman Funeral Home in Marshall, AR. Funeral services were held Saturday, January 12, 2002 at 10:00 a.m. at St. Joe Baptist Church with Ministers Lannie YOUNGER and Joe GILLEN officiating. Burial followed in the Osborne Cemetery. Pallbearers were Billy FISK, Junior EDDINGS, Martin KING, Jessie DAVISS, Larry BRIGHWELL and Ronnie RAMSEY. Honorary pallbearers included Gary ADAMS, Marvin Joe BRIGHTWELL, Jimmy TEAGUE, R.E. DAVIS, Ben FRUEHAUF, Jackie MANES and her grandsons. Arrangements were under the direction of Roller Coffman Funeral Home of Marshall, AR (870) 448-3338.

BETTS, FAIRCHILD, GETTS, WARD, WHITLOCK posted by Mountaineer Echo Newspaper on Wednesday, January 9, 2002

Mountaineer Echo, week of Jan 17, 2002 issue: Nancy L. GETTS of Yellville, Arkansas died Wednesday, January 9, 2002 at Yellville. She was 63. Mrs. BETTS was born June 1, 1938 at Dunbury, Connecticut the daughter of William and Janet FAIRCHILD WHITLOCK. She married Roger BETTS. Mrs. BETTS was a resident of Marion County since 1977. She was a retired production worker at Ranger Boat Manufacturing. She was employed in the molding department for 15 years. Survivors include her husband, Roger BETTS; two sons, Scott BETTS and Thomas BETTS both of Yellville; five brothers, Donald WHITLOCK of Aspen, Colorado, Bill WHITLOCK of New Hampshire, Norman WHITLOCK of Florida, Ronald WHITLOCK of Connecticut and Stephen of Connecticut; and two sisters, Joan WHITLOCK of Yellville and Arlene WARD of Connecticut. She was preceded in death by her parents, William and Janet WHITLOCK. No funeral service was scheduled. Visitation was held Saturday, January 12, 2002 from 2:00 until 4:00 p.m. with viewing from 2:000 until 3:00 p.m. at Burns Funeral Home in Yellville. Memorials may be sent to: Hospice of the Ozarks, 701 Burnett Drive, Mountain Home, Arkansas 72653. Arrangements were under the direction of Burns Funeral Home in Yellville, Arkansas (870) 449-6621.

BETTS, FAIRCHILD, GETTS, WARD, WHITLOCK posted by Mountaineer Echo Newspaper on Wednesday, January 9, 2002

Mountaineer Echo Newspaper, Week of January 17, 2002 issue: Nancy L. GETTS of Yellville, Arkansas died Wednesday, January 9, 2002 at Yellville. She was 63. Mrs. BETTS was born June 1, 1938 at Dunbury, Connecticut the daughter of William and Janet FAIRCHILD WHITLOCK. She married Roger BETTS. Mrs. BETTS was a resident of Marion County since 1977. She was a retired production worker at Ranger Boat Manufacturing. She was employed in the molding department for 15 years. Survivors include her husband, Roger BETTS; two sons, Scott BETTS and Thomas BETTS both of Yellville; five brothers, Donald WHITLOCK of Aspen, Colorado, Bill WHITLOCK of New Hampshire, Norman WHITLOCK of Florida, Ronald WHITLOCK of Connecticut and Stephen of Connecticut; and two sisters, Joan WHITLOCK of Yellville and Arlene WARD of Connecticut. She was preceded in death by her parents, William and Janet WHITLOCK. No funeral service was scheduled. Visitation was held Saturday, January 12, 2002 from 2:00 until 4:00 p.m. with viewing from 2:000 until 3:00 p.m. at Burns Funeral Home in Yellville. Memorials may be sent to: Hospice of the Ozarks, 701 Burnett Drive, Mountain Home, Arkansas 72653. Arrangements were under the direction of Burns Funeral Home in Yellville, Arkansas (870) 449-6621.

AHART, CROUCH, FERREIRA, KCCORMACK, MALKOWSKI, MCCORMACK, SERAFINA, SERAFINE, SERFINE posted by Mountaineer Echo Newspaper on Saturday, January 12, 2002

Mountaineer Echo, week of Jan 17, 2002 issue: A memorial service for Patrick M. SERAFINE, 37 was held Saturday, January 12, 2002 at 1:00 p.m. at the Salvation Army Worship Center, 121 Hwy. 201 North. He is survived by his father William Andrew SERAFINE of Houston, TX; his mother Kathleen Elizabeth KCCORMACK [MCCORMACK] of Mountain Home; one son, Joshua SERAFINE of Mountain Home; six brothers, Andrew SERAFINA [SERFINE] of Yellville, James CROUCH of Mountain Home, Richard CROUCH of Mountain Home, Robert MALKOWSKI of Gatlinburg, TN, Michael MALKOWSKI of Flippin; four sistes, [sisters] Therese MALKOWSKI of Bradley, IL, Sharon MALKOWSKI of Kenner, LA, Roberts FERREIRA of Bradley, IL and Billy Joel AHART of Green Forrest, AR and many nieces and nephews. A fund has been set up in his child's name. All donations may be made to the Joshua SERAFINE Benefit Fund at People's Bank. Arrangements were by Roller Funeral Home.

AHART, CROUCH, FERREIRA, KCCORMACK, MALKOWSKI, MCCORMACK, SERAFINA, SERAFINE, SERFINE posted by Mountaineer Echo Newspaper on Saturday, January 12, 2002

Mountaineer Echo Newspaper, Week of January 17, 2002 issue: A memorial service for Patrick M. SERAFINE, 37 was held Saturday, January 12, 2002 at 1:00 p.m. at the Salvation Army Worship Center, 121 Hwy. 201 North. He is survived by his father William Andrew SERAFINE of Houston, TX; his mother Kathleen Elizabeth KCCORMACK [MCCORMACK] of Mountain Home; one son, Joshua SERAFINE of Mountain Home; six brothers, Andrew SERAFINA [SERFINE] of Yellville, James CROUCH of Mountain Home, Richard CROUCH of Mountain Home, Robert MALKOWSKI of Gatlinburg, TN, Michael MALKOWSKI of Flippin; four sistes, [sisters] Therese MALKOWSKI of Bradley, IL, Sharon MALKOWSKI of Kenner, LA, Roberts FERREIRA of Bradley, IL and Billy Joel AHART of Green Forrest, AR and many nieces and nephews. A fund has been set up in his child's name. All donations may be made to the Joshua SERAFINE Benefit Fund at People's Bank. Arrangements were by Roller Funeral Home.

BRANCH, EZELL, HAYS, HIDY, ROBISON, WILLIAMS, WILLIAMSON posted by Mountaineer Echo Newspaper on Sunday, January 13, 2002

The Mountaineer Echo January 24, 2002 issue: Cornie L. ROBISON, 83 died Sunday, January 13, 2002 at Great Plains Regional Medical Center in North Platte. He was born February 19, 1918, at Maumee, Ark. to Elbert Marion and Lillie Belle (WILLIAMS) ROBISON. He grew up in Maumee and received his education there. On Oct. 10, 1941, he began his service with the U.S. Army Air Corps and served during World War II. In 1952, he came to Trenton to work on the Trenton Dam. On July 3, 1953, he married Betty HIDY at Trenton. They lived in Kansas, Minnesota and Montana before returning to Trenton in 1957. He was a life member of the Church of Christ and a member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars. He was preceded in death by his parents; and four brothers, Warren ROBISON, Robert ROBISON, Vernon ROBISON and Fred ROBISON. Survivors include his wife, Betty of Trenton; one son, James and wife, Twylla ROBISON of Trenton; three sisters, Edna WILLIAMSON of Salinas, Calif., Mary BRANCH of Yellville, Ark., and Katherine and husband Johnny EZELL of St. Joe, Ark; three brothers, Ray ROBISON, Clarence and wife, Marion ROBISON, and Charles and wife, Carolyn ROBISON, all of Yellville, and Noah and Wife, Opal ROBISON of Harrison, Ark. Services were Thursday, 2:00 p.m., at the Church of Christ in Stratton with Randy HAYS officiating. Interment, with military honors, was at the Trenton Cemetery. Memorials are being accepted in his name. Hermann Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.

BOAZ, BRIGHTWELL, DAVENPORT, DAVIS, HORN, KELLEY, MONTGOMERY, SHIPMAN, STILL, TROGDON, WALTON, WELCHER posted by Mountaineer Echo Newspaper on Monday, January 14, 2002

Mountaineer Echo, week of Jan 17, 2002 issue: Daniel DAVIS of Yellville, Arkansas died Monday, January 14, 2002 at Baxter Regional Medical Center in Mountain Home, Arkansas. He was 84. Mr. DAVIS was born January 24, 1917 at Forrest City, Arkansas the son of Tom and Josie WELCHER DAVIS. He married Fern Bernice STILL. Mr. DAVIS was employed in maintenance department of WestEnd Chemical Plant. He was a member of the Church of Christ of Freck, Arkansas and served in the United State Army during WWII. Survivors include two sons, Dannie DAVIS of Brandenburg, Kentucky and Mike DAVIS of Trona, California; one daughter, Barbara KELLEY of Maryville, Tennessee; one sister Ruth Boaz of Harrison; two grandchildren, Sharon WALTON of Friendsville, TN and Jeff KELLEY of Loundon, Tennessee; and four great-grandchildren, Lindsey WALTON, Heather KELLEY, Rachael KELLEY and Michael KELLEY. His wife Fern DAVIS, and son Carl DAVIS preceded him in death. Visitation was held Wednesday, January 16, 2002 from 6:00 until 8:00 p.m. at Burns Funeral Home with Minister Doyle DAVENPORT officiating. Pallbearers are Don STILL, Willie HORN, Calvin MONTGOMERY, Dwight SHIPMAN, David TROGDON and L. D. TROGDON. Honorary pallbearers include Rob BOAZ and Scott BOAZ. Memorials may be made to Freck Cemetery Association, c/o Hugh BRIGHTWELL, 204 MC 6022, Yellville, AR 72687. Arrangements are under the direction of Burns Funeral Home in Yellville, Arkansas 870-499-6621.

BOAZ, BRIGHTWELL, DAVENPORT, DAVIS, HORN, KELLEY, MONTGOMERY, SHIPMAN, STILL, TROGDON, WALTON, WELCHER posted by Mountaineer Echo Newspaper on Monday, January 14, 2002

Mountaineer Echo Newspaper, Week of January 17, 2002 issue: Daniel DAVIS of Yellville, Arkansas died Monday, January 14, 2002 at Baxter Regional Medical Center in Mountain Home, Arkansas. He was 84. Mr. DAVIS was born January 24, 1917 at Forrest City, Arkansas the son of Tom and Josie WELCHER DAVIS. He married Fern Bernice STILL. Mr. DAVIS was employed in maintenance department of WestEnd Chemical Plant. He was a member of the Church of Christ of Freck, Arkansas and served in the United State Army during WWII. Survivors include two sons, Dannie DAVIS of Brandenburg, Kentucky and Mike DAVIS of Trona, California; one daughter, Barbara KELLEY of Maryville, Tennessee; one sister Ruth Boaz of Harrison; two grandchildren, Sharon WALTON of Friendsville, TN and Jeff KELLEY of Loundon, Tennessee; and four great-grandchildren, Lindsey WALTON, Heather KELLEY, Rachael KELLEY and Michael KELLEY. His wife Fern DAVIS, and son Carl DAVIS preceded him in death. Visitation was held Wednesday, January 16, 2002 from 6:00 until 8:00 p.m. at Burns Funeral Home with Minister Doyle DAVENPORT officiating. Pallbearers are Don STILL, Willie HORN, Calvin MONTGOMERY, Dwight SHIPMAN, David TROGDON and L. D. TROGDON. Honorary pallbearers include Rob BOAZ and Scott BOAZ. Memorials may be made to Freck Cemetery Association, c/o Hugh BRIGHTWELL, 204 MC 6022, Yellville, AR 72687. Arrangements are under the direction of Burns Funeral Home in Yellville, Arkansas 870-499-6621.

MELTON, MORROW, OTTENBERG, QUEEN, RUNION, TOLLIVER posted by Mountaineer Echo Newspaper on Thursday, January 17, 2002

The Mountaineer Echo January 24, 2002 issue: Lillian Sue RUNION of Flippin, Arkansas died Thursday, January 17, 2002 at Baxter Regional Medical Center in Mountain Home, Arkansas, She was 80. Mrs. RUNION was born May 26, 1021 at Bryson City, North Caroline the daughter of William Henry and Sally Belle MORROW MELTON. She later married Orbille RUNION and was a homemaker. Survivors include three sisters, Margaret TOLLIVER of Flippin, Wilma WARD and Pauline QUEEN both of Dillsboro, North Caroline; one niece, Carolyn OTTENBERG of Mountain Home; and two nephews, Duane TOLLIVER of Gassville and Michael TOLLIVER of Bull Shoals. No service or visitation was scheduled. Arrangements were under the direction of Burns Funeral Home in Yellville, Arkansas 870-499-6621.

CHOENS, DUFFY, MCMILLIN, PACATTE, POWERS posted by Mountaineer Echo Newspaper on Saturday, January 19, 2002

The Mountaineer Echo January 24, 2002 issue: Elda Loy POWERS of Yellville Visitation for Elda Loy POWERS was Saturday, January 19, 2002 from 12:00 p.m. until the service time at 2:00 p.m. at Kirby-Boaz Funeral Home in Mountain Home, with Brother Terry DUFFY officiating. There was a service by the Order of Eastern Star, Chapter 29. Mrs. POWERS died Wednesday, at her residence at the age of 89. Elda Loy POWERS was born September 11, 1912 at El Dorado, Kansas the daughter of Milton CHOENS and Anna Belle MCMILLIN CHOENS. She married Kermit POWERS on April 13, 1936 at El Dorado, Kansas. She was s resident of Yellville since moving from Thayer, Kansas in 1961. She was the owner and publisher of the Mountain Echo Newspaper from 1961 to 1975. She was a member of the Order of Eastern Star Electa Chapter #29 in Bellefonte, Arkansas and was a member of the Methodist Church. She is survived by her son, John POWERS and wife Shirley of Freeport, Texas; daughter, Sue POWERS of Dallas, Texas; brother, Jiggs CHOENS and wife Joy of El Dorado, Kansas; grandson David POWERS and wife Devon of Lake Jackson, Texas; granddaughters Katherine POWERS of Lubbock, Texas and Kristen PACATTE of Boston, Massachusetts. She was preceded in death by her parents, husband, and two brothers. Memorials may be made to the Yellville Area Food Closet, P.O. Box 1225, Yellville, AR 72687; The Church on the Rock Food Closet; for the Eastern Star. Arrangements were under the direction of Kirby-Boaz Funeral Home of Mountain Home.

DAVENPORT, DAVIS, ROBINSON, WEICHER, WILLIAMS posted by Mountaineer Echo Newspaper on Thursday, January 24, 2002

The Mountaineer Echo (found in The Old Dillard Settlement by Doretha Dillard Shipman) January 24, 2002 issue: I think there have been songs written for every occasion of our lives. The song, which came to my mind this past week was, "We Are Going Down The Valley One By One." I hope this lets up for a while and I don't think of it any more for a long time. I have lost two cousins this past week and it always makes me so sad. One wonderful thing about it, Cornie ROBINSON and Daniel DAVIS were both Christians and I feel they were ready to pass down this Valley. They are missed so much and our love goes out to their families. Even though Cornie was living in Stratton, Nebraska, he and his family made an effort to come back to visit all the relation here in the Ozarks. It was still like home I am sure. I remember his mother Lillie (WILLIAMS) ROBINSON showing me some of the herbs she had, some of their uses, and spoke of she and her mother Mary (DAVENPORT) WILLIAMS gathering them. I wish I had just some of the knowledge they had. Lillie gave me a treasure I may have told you. On this same visit, she gave to me a little doily. I want to give it to you." How delighted I was to receive this precious gift. I have shown it in several programs given at schools and other organizations. What wonderful skills she had and taught to her children and others. Yes, Cornie and all his brothers and sisters were blessed to have a mother and father as they had. Daniel was also brought up in a home were love and Christian living was a priority. His family lived in the Freck Community and were such hard workers. I remember my husband, Leon, telling how they farmed, raised all sorts of foods for both the family and their stock. One of the things they grew was wheat. At least I know Leon spoke many times how Daniel would use their old hand cradle while just a "kid." He was always at his daddy Tom DAVIS' side. He was taught many skills of like by his mother Josephine (WEICHER) DAVIS also. I know he had to have been taught the love of beauty because Aunt "Josey" always grew the prettiest houseplants and garden flowers. There again, how did our wonderful old timers have the time for growing something they couldn't eat? They did and I fully believe it helped them to survive all the hardships they endured. I am so thankful to have lived in a time with all the fine friends, neighbors and kin to help guide us through our lifetime. I hope I showed them in some way, while they lived how much I appreciated them.

BROWN, CHEEK, CROW, MCENTIRE, NICHOLS, NORTH, SHELTON, ZIMMERMAN posted by Mountaineer Echo Newspaper on Thursday, January 24, 2002

Yakima Valley News by Frankie Seay the Mountaineer Echo Newspaper, January 24, 2002 issue: I visited with another Marion County lady yesterday; Lavern BROWN MCENTIRE, whose husband, Bill MCENTIRE, is the pastor of the Full Gospel Holiness Church in Yakima on south 3rd Avenue. Lavern was born at Summit to Homer and Rosemary SHELTON BROWN and her maternal grandparents were Harrison and Janie SHELTON and her paternal grandparents were Tom and Adeline NICHOLS BROWN. Her father Homer, and grandfather Tom BROWN, bought ties for the railroad at Summit for years and her grandfather Tom was well known for "walking out" stands of timber for people to tell them how many board feet they could get out of a stand plus both men ran sawmills in different places around the county. My husband, Rufus remembers both of these men and as a little boy he used to go up to the depot and watch when they had a carload of ties ready and the railroad would send a boxcar down to the siding along with 6 or 6 men to load the ties. Two men would pick up the tie and load it onto another man shoulder and he would walk up a 2" by 12" plank, 16 feet long into the box car until they got the box car full and on to wherever they were needed. What a hard job for those men! The ties had either been cut at a sawmill or hewed out by hand so there was a lot of hard work for all concerned but it was a living for a lot of families at that time. Homer and Rosemary BROWN also had four other girls Brenda JAMES, Joyce NORTH, and Linda ZIMMERMAN and a baby girl who died in infancy, plus two sons, Dean who died in a hunting accident at Benton and Harrel. Lavern and Bill MCENTIRE met and married in Yakima and have raised four children one daughter and three sons; Rhonda CROW, Shannon, Cary, and Terry MCENTIRE. There are six grandchildren and some great grandchildren. Bill MCENTIRE was born in Oklahoma to Christopher Columbus and Walsie CHEEK MCENTIRE

BRADBURN, HORNEY, JANET, SCHAEUFELE, SIMPSON posted by Mountaineer Echo Newspaper on Sunday, January 27, 2002

Mountaineer Echo Jan 31, 2002 issue: Mr. Joseph A. BRADBURN of Yellville, Arkansas died Sunday, January 27, 2002 at the Veterans Hospital in Fayetteville. He was 72. He was born January 17, 1930 to Joseph and Lillian HORNEY BRADBURN at Clayton, Missouri and married JANET SIMPSON on May 21, 1989 in Lincoln, Illinois. Mr. BRADBURN was employed at Yellville-Summit School for six years as a school bus driver. He was a member of the First Assembly of God Church in Yellville and served his Country in the Untied States Army. He is survived by his wife, Janet of the home; six sons Joseph BRADBURN and Robert BRADBURN both of California, Roger BRADBURN, Jim BRADBURN, Larry BRADBURN and Marvin BRADBURN all of Lincoln, Illinois; a daughter Yvonne Gilliland of Lincoln, IL; fifteen grandchildren; and eight great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents. A Memorial Service will be held at 2:00 p.m. Saturday, February 2, 2002 at the First Assembly of God Church in Yellville with Reverend Mark SCHAEUFELE officiating. Interment will be held at a later date. Memorials may be made to the family. Arrangements are by the Baxter Funeral Home and Cremation Society in Mountain Home, Arkansas (870) 425-2454.

ADKINS, BUTLER, CHATTERTON, COOK, COOPER, CORNETT, GRAHAM, GRIFFIN, HOUSE, JOHNSON, KINADE, KINCADE, MARTIN, MCCLAIN, MCDERMOTT, ROGERS, SCHAUFFLER, SWITZER, TREAT, WARD posted by Mountaineer Echo Newspaper on Monday, January 28, 2002

Mountaineer Echo Jan 31, 2002 issue: Funeral Service for Kenneth Charles TREAT, II will be Thursday, 10:00 a.m. at the First Baptist Church, with Dr. David JOHNSON officiating. Visitation was held Wednesday from 12:00 until 8:00 p.m. at Kirby-Boaz Funeral Home with family receiving friends from 6:00 until 8:00 p.m. Kenneth Charles TREAT, II died Monday, January 28, 2002. He was 32. He was born August 6, 1969 at Mountain Home, AR to Kenneth Charles and Ann CHATTERTON TREAT. He was a resident of Mountain Home, AR all his life. He was a graduate of Mountain Home High School and was an automobile salesman. He enjoyed driving stock cars, water skiing, and spending time with his nephews. He was a member of First Baptist Church. He is survived by his parents, Kenneth Charles and Ann TREAT of Mountain Home; Sister, Becki (Eddie) GRIFFIN of Mountain Home; two nephews Brandon and Blake GRIFFIN of Mountain Home; paternal grandmother, Zetta TREAT of Flippin, and several aunts, uncles and cousins. He was preceded in death by his paternal grandfather, Floyd TREAT, and his maternal grandparents, Gladys and Munn CHATTERTON. Burial will be in Kirby's Tucker Memorial Cemetery with Brand SWITZER, Mark ADKINS, Les COOK, Shawn CORNETT, Shannon SCHAUFFLER, Matt BUTLER, and Kirk MCCLAIN as Pallbearers. Honorary pallbearers will be Danny WARD, Rex ROGERS, Ron KINADE, Kent GRAHAM, Charlie MARTIN, Mark COOPER, Jeff KINCADE, Gary MCDERMOTT, Hugh MCCLAIN, and Dick HOUSE. Memorials may be made to the First Baptist Church Upward Basketball Program. Arrangements are by Kirby-Boaz Funeral Directors.

BROWN, COX, HARDY, SEIGAL posted by Mountaineer Echo Newspaper on Tuesday, January 29, 2002

Ruth L. Seigal of Flippin, Arkansas died Tuesday, January 29, 2002 at Baxter Regional Medical Center in Mountain Home, Arkansas. She was 94. Mr. Seigal was born January 19, 1908 at Pawnee City, Nebraska the son of Keith Brown and Lula Cox. Formerly of Louisville, Colorado, Mrs. Seigal was a resident of Flippin since 1997. She was a homemaker and a Protestant by faith. Survivors include her son, Gerald A. Seigal of Flippin, AR; daughter, Betty Hardy of Littleton, Colorado; eight grandchildren; 22 great-grandchildren; and numerous nieces and nephews Her parents; husband, Earl Seigal; two sisters; three brothers and one grandson preceded her in death. No visitation was scheduled and funeral services were private. Burial was at Crown Hill Cemetery at Wheat Ridge, Colorado. Memorials may be made to the charity of one's choice. Arrangements were under the direction of Kirby-Boaz Funeral Directors of Mountain Home, Arkansas (Feb 7, 2002 issue)

CAMPBELL, ELAM, KING, YOCHAM posted by Mountaineer Echo Newspaper on Wednesday, January 30, 2002

Sue King Elam of Yellville, Arkansas died Wednesday, January 30, 2002 at Cox South in Springfield, Missouri. She was 67. Mrs. Elam was born February 17, 1934 at Peel, Arkansas the daughter of Burl and Versal Virginia Yocham King. On June 21, 1952, she married Ralph Elam. Mrs. Elam was a retired secretary for Overhead Door Company. She was a member of the Main Street Church of Christ in Yellville. Survivors include her husband, Ralph Elam of Yellville, AR; three sons, Ralph Dewayne Elam of Yellville, Timothy Bruce Elam of Noel, Missouri and Stephen Michael Elam of Springdale, AR; her father, Burl King of Yellville, AR; sister, Frances Campbell of Harrison, AR; ten grandchildren; and many nieces and nephews. Her mother, Versal Virginia Yocham King, and brother, Delmer Elam, preceded her in death. Visitation was held Friday, February 01, 2002 from 6:00 until 8:00 p.m. at Burns Funeral Home in Yellville. Funeral services were held were held Saturday, February 2, 2002 at 2:00 p.m. at Burns Funeral Home with Minister Bob Johnson officiating. Burial was private. Memorials may be made to one's favorite charity. Arrangements were under the direction of Burns Funeral Home in Yellville, Arkansas. (Feb 7, 2002 issue)

ADAMS, LINCK, MARTIN, MINCH, TAYLOR posted by Mountaineer Echo Newspaper on Thursday, January 31, 2002

Mary Linck Martin of Flippin, Arkansas died Thursday, January 31, 2002 at the Marion County Nursing Home in Yellville, Arkansas. She was 89. Mrs. Martin was born January 10, 1913 at Flippin, Arkansas the daughter of John O. and Anna Miinch Linck. On October 6, 1945, she married Coy Martin. Mrs. Martin was a retired elementary school teacher who spent most of her teaching career with the Flippin School District. She was a member of the First Christian Church in Flippin. Survivors include her brother, Ike Linck of Bull Shoals, AR; sister, Cora Taylor of Flippin, AR; and one step-granddaughter, Connie Adams of Mountain Home, AR. Her husband, Coy; parents; four brothers; three sisters; and one stepdaughter, Billie Ruth Osborn, preceded her in death. Visitation was held Saturday, February 2, 2002 from 6:00 until 8:00 p.m. Funeral services were held Sunday, February 3, 2002 at 2:00 p.m. the Flippin Christian Church with Minister Russ Dunham officiating. Burial followed in the Flippin Cemetery. Pallbearers were Dennis Linck, Ed Linck, Kelly Linck, Kevin Linck, John Linck and Matt Linck. Arrangements were under the direction of Burns Funeral Home in Yellville, Arkansas. (Feb 7, 2002 issue)

SALEE, STORY posted by Mountaineer Echo Newspaper on Thursday, January 31, 2002

The Mountaineer Echo Newspaper; Jan 31, 2002 issue: Baxter Co accident claims two Flippin residents: by Dale Estes: A Friday morning traffic accident on Highway 126 in Baxter County claimed the lives of two Flippin residents, Chad T. STORY, 22, was killed in the accident and 20 year-old Crystal M STORY, a passenger in Story's vehicle, died Saturday from injuries sustained from the wreck. According to an Arkansas State Police report, Chad STORY was southbound on Hwy. 126 when his 1984 Pontiac struck the side of a 1985 Mack concrete truck driven by Stephen P SALEE of Mountain Home that was turning left across the highway from the northbound lane. SALEE was not injured in the accident. Crystal STORY was transported to Baxter Regional Medical Center in Mountain Home and later airlifted to Cox South Hospital in Springfield. The State Police report showed that neither of the Story's were wearing seat belts at the time of the accident and that the weather was clear with dry pavement. The accident occurred approximately one mile north of Grassville. Charges are pending in the accident awaiting further investigation.

CHEEK, HILDTON, KEETER, MCENTIRE, RICHARDSON, ROBINSON, WAGNER, YOUNG posted by Mountaineer Echo Newspaper on Thursday, January 31, 2002

Mountaineer Echo Newspaper, Yakima Valley news by Frankie Seay, Week of January 31, 2002 Issue: Zelma also told me that Corney ROBINSON passed away. We both hated to hear that another one of our old friends has gone and so soon after some of the others. Zelma also said that we went to school at Bruno with Mildred KEETER MCENTIRE, who passed away out here recently, same age and same part of the county (and I might add, both really great ladies). When I was at Mildred MCENTIRE's funeral last week, I met her niece by marriage, Ellen HILDTON and her husband, Everett, who I think is a native of Zinc (but he was taking a nap and we didn't wake him up to ask him for sure). Ellen's mother, Walsie CHEEK MCENTIRE WAGNER passed away in Yakima not long ago, but Ellen has an aunt, Ruby YOUNG, living here as well as another aunt, Mary RICHARDSON, who lives at Yellville. She is the mother of Floyd RICHARDSON, who lives here and is a great person. Ellen's aunt Bessie YOUNG and Uncle L. D. CHEEK have both passed away.

DEARMORE, HESTER, ROGERS posted by Mountaineer Echo Newspaper on Thursday, January 31, 2002

Mountaineer Echo Newspaper, Yakima Valley news by Frankie Seay, Week of January 31, 2002 Issue: I was sad to read in a friend's copy of the Boone County Headlight of the death of Jack DEARMORE. I'm sure the Mountaineer Echo will also carry the obituary, but we haven't received our copy for that date yet. I remember Jack when he first started coming to Yellville. I believe it was in the late 1930s and he and Mary HESTER were dating. Then, they were living in Yellville when I lived there and left in 1953. When Jack first came to Yellville, I remember that we all thought he was from away off somewhere, but the paper said he was born in Gassville. At that time, Gassville seemed so far away from Yellville and in a way it was, since so many of us had never been that far east of Yellville. How times have changed. My sympathy to Mary and her children. One of their sons is married to my cousin, Vickie ROGERS DEARMORE. They have an insurance business on the south side of the square in Yellville, David and Vickie DEARMORE.


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