Marion County, AR - 2003 Obituaries

 

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BAINBRIDGE, BEASLEY, FETTERS, HARRIS, HOLMBERG, HOSKINS, HUFFMAN, HUNT, WARREN posted by Mountaineer Echo Newspaper on Friday, January 3, 2003

Mountaineer Echo Newspaper Week of January 9, 2003 issue: Jesse E. "Bud" HUFFMAN went home to be with his Lord on Friday, January 3, 2003. Survivors are his loving wife, Ruth, of 63 years; two loving daughters, Susan HUFFMAN and Kathy BEASLEY of Danville, Illinois; one grandson, Robert HARRIS of Jacksonville, Florida; one brother, Joseph S. HUFFMAN of Danville, Illinois; and two sisters, Violet HOSKINS and Margaret WARREN of North Carolina. He was especially loved by many nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents, James E. and Margaret HUFFMAN; one granddaughter, Tia HARRIS of Jacksonville, Florida; two brothers, Harland HUFFMAN and Henry HUFFMAN; and four sisters, Lura FETTERS, Mary BAINBRIDGE, Geneve HOLMBERG and Mabel HUNT. A memorial service was held at 2:00 p.m. on Monday, January 6, 2003 at the Bull Shoals United Methodist Church. Memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society or the Bull Shoals United Methodist Church. Arrangements were under the direction of Baxter County Funeral Home and Cremation Society in Mountain Home, Arkansas (870) 425-2454.

BOGLE, DAVENPORT, FELTY, FISHER, FLIPPIN, HAWKINS, HENDRIX, HERNDON, HIGHTOWER, HUDSON, JEFFERSON, JONES, MARTIN, MCCRACKEN, ROSE, SNIPES, TROGDON posted by Mountaineer Echo Newspaper on Sunday, January 5, 2003

Mountaineer Echo Newspaper Week of January 9, 2003 issue: Lee Ellen DAVENPORT of Yellville, Arkansas died Sunday, January 5, 2003 at Flippin, Arkansas. She was 81. Mrs. DAVENPORT was born June 15, 1921 at Newton Flats (Marion County), Arkansas to Samuel Lee and Laura Alice JONES MARTIN. She was a retired employee of the Mar-Bax Shirt Company and a member of the Broadway Church of Christ. Survivors include her daughters, Wanda FELTY and husband Buck of Flippin, AR and Anna Sue HUDSON and husband Ronald of Flippin, AR; stepson, Kenneth Paul DAVENPORT and wife Debbie of North Little Rock, AR; stepdaughter, Betty BOGLE and husband J.F. of Harrison, AR; sister, Mrs. Florence MCCRACKEN of Yellville, AR; nine grandchildren, Ricky FLIPPIN and wife Angi of Oklahoma City, OK, Michael FLIPPIN and wife Dawn of Flippin, Chad HUDSON and wife Heather of Flippin, Eric HUDSON and wife Hollie of Flippin, Darcy FISHER and husband Trey of Monroe, LA, Rennie HERNDON and husband Eric of North Little Rock, AR, Josh DAVENPORT of North Little Rock, AR and Kevin BOGLE and wife Lisa of Harrison, AR; and 15 great-grandchildren. Her husbands, Ray HIGHTOWER and Ulis DAVENPORT; brother, Coy MARTIN; sisters, Opal HAWKINS and Anna JONES; and one great-granddaughter preceded her in death. Visitation was held Monday, January 6, 2003 from 6:00 until 8:00 p.m. at the Broadway Church of Christ in Yellville. Funeral services were held at 2:00 p.m. on Tuesday, January 7, 2003 at the Broadway Church of Christ in Yellville, Arkansas with Jon HENDRIX officiating. Burial followed in the Fairview Cemetery in Flippin, Arkansas with Bryan JEFFERSON, Monty DAVENPORT, Larry ROSE, Scotty JEFFERSON, Jim SNIPES and Bruce TROGDON serving as pallbearers. Honorary pallbearers were Doyle JONES, Jackie HAWKINS and Bobby Jack MCCRACKEN. Memorials may be made to the Fairview Cemetery, c/o Box 525, Yellville, AR 72687 or the Paragould Children's Home, 5515 Old Walnut Road, Paragould, AR 72450. Arrangements were under the direction of Burns Funeral Home in Yellville, Arkansas (870) 449-6621.

ACCURSO, CARTELLI, GRUEN, KECK, KIRBY, MCHANEY, STONE posted by Mountaineer Echo Newspaper on Monday, January 6, 2003

Mountaineer Echo Newspaper Week of January 9, 2003 issue: Memorial service for Connie ACCURSO STONE, 56 was held Wednesday, 3:00 PM, at Kirby-Boaz Funeral Home with Reverend Kevin GRUEN officiating. She died Monday, January 6, 2003. She was born January 24, 1946 at White Plains, NY to Frank Joseph and Rose CARTELLI ACCURSO. She was a retired cosmetologist. She was a resident of Mountain Home, AR since moving from Los Angeles, CA in 1973. She enjoyed organic gardening and making things for her grandchildren. Her artistic ability was displayed by hairdressing, sewing, painting and making floral arrangements. She was the former fan club president for Black Oak Arkansas and was a Christian. She was preceded in death by her Grandma Jessie and Granpa Joe. She is survived by tow sons, Dennis (Tammy) STONE of Little Rock, and Justin Stone of Maumelle; forur daughters, Denise STONE of Maountain Home, Jessica (Jason) KIRBY of Cabot, AR, Jennie (Daniel) MCHANEY of Maumelle, and Shana STONE of Maumelle; Mother, Rose ACCURSO of Mountain Home; father, Frank ACCURSO of Kerrville, TX; eight grandchildren, Kendall, Micaela, Meagan, Sierra, Kendra, Claudia, Cameryn, and Olivia; and a special friend-Randy KECK of Siloam Springs, AR. Memorials may be made to Arkansas Childrens's Hospital. Arrangements are by Kirby-Boaz Funeral Directors. Online obituary and guest book at http://www.kirbyboaz.com.

GRASON, GRAYSON, NORRIS, STILL posted by Mountaineer Echo Newspaper on Wednesday, January 8, 2003

Mountaineer Echo Newspaper Week of January 16, 2003 issue: A head-on crash on U-S. 65 in Search County on Wednesday, January 8 resulted in one death and one injury. The two-vehicle collision occurred just after 1:00 p.m. Law enforcement officials received the 911 call at 1:05 p.m. The crash occurred in a curve one tenth of a mile north of the Pindall community. Injured in the crash was Boone County Judge Ruth GRAYSON. Judge GRAYSON, 65 of Harrison was north bound in a 2002 Dodge Durango negotiating a curve. The driver of a 1999 GMC Jimmy, Nobe STILL, 86, of Yellville, was south bound apparently crossed the center line striking head-on with GRAYSON's vehicle. STILL was pronounced dead at the scene by the Searcy County Coroner's Office. GRASON was taken by ambulance to North Arkansas Regional Medical Center in Harrison. She was later transported to a medical facility in Springfield, Missouri where she is reported to be in stable condition. The accident is still under investigation by Trooper John NORRIS of the Arkansas State Police.

BAKER, BLAIR, BRIGHT, HUDSPETH, KELLUM, METHVIN, REEVES, SCOTT, STILL, WATTS, WILLIS posted by Mountaineer Echo Newspaper on Wednesday, January 8, 2003

Mountaineer Echo Newspaper Week of January 16, 2003 issue: Nobe A. STILL of Yellville, Arkansas died Wednesday, January 8, 2003 at Pindall, Arkansas. He was 86. Mr. Still was born January 10, 1016 at Freck, Arkansas to Charles A. and Manie BAKER STILL. On January 6, 1944, he married Syble REEVES. He was a self-employed, retired dairy farmer and a member of the St. Joe Church of Christ. Survivors include his nephews, Alf HUDSPETH of Harrison, AR, Charles STILL of Mountain Home, AR, and Kenneth STILL of Hawaii; nieces, Wanda KELLUM of Norfork, AR and Donna BRIGHT of South Caroline; and brother Ralph STILL of St. Joe, AR. His parents; wife, Syble; and sister Edna preceded him in death. Visitation was held Thursday, January 9, 2003 from 6:00 until 8:00 p.m. at Burns Funeral Home in Yellville, AR. Funeral services were held at 2:00 p.m. on Friday, January 10, 2003 at the St. Joe Church of Christ with Cub SCOTT officiating. Burial followed in the Osborne Cemetery in St. Joe with Woodie METHVIN, David WATTS, Jerry WILLIS, Joe BLAIR, R.G. HUDSPETH and Charles STILL serving as pallbearers. Arrangements were under the direction of Burns Funeral Home in Yellville, Arkansas (870) 449-6621.

CRIMMINS, ELDER, ENGEL, FITZPATRICK, GUNSTEEN, HART, JANKOWSKI, JOHNSON, MITCHELL, NEFF, NOKER, NOONAN, RECH, SCHEFDORE, SETZER, WOLOSZYK posted by Mountaineer Echo Newspaper on Thursday, January 9, 2003

Mountaineer Echo Newspaper Week of January 9, 20003 issue: Funeral Mass for Catherine Mary GUNSTEEN, 81, will be Saturday, 10:00 a.m. at St. Peter the Fisherman Catholic Church with Reverend Gregory HART officiating. Visitation will be Friday, 5:00 until 8:00 p.m. at Kirby-Boaz Funeral Home in Bull Shoals. Mrs. GUNSTEEN died Monday at her residence. She was born January 4, 1921 in Door County, WI to Joseph and Cecila FITZPATRICK NOONAN. She married Clarence GUNSTEEN on May 15, 1950 at Gilman, WI, and was a railroad clerk. She was a resident of Bull Shoals, AR since moving from Lombard, IL in 1976. She was a member and past president of the Bull Shoals VFW Auxiliary, and was a member of St. Peter the Fisherman Catholic Church. She loved to bowl and play bingo. She was preceded in death by her parents, husband, 1 great grandson, 2 brothers, and 1 sister. She is survived by sons, Brian GUNSTEEN and wife Marilyn of Bull Shoals, AR and Bobby J. GUNSTEEN and wife Darlene of Belvedere, IL; daughters, Kathy MITCHELL and husband Vern of Copperas Cove, TX, Sharon WOLOSZYK and husband Fred of Bradenton, FL, and Donna SETZER and husband Lou of Lombard, IL; eleven grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; and three sisters, Irene JOHNSON of Paris, IL, Rose ENGEL and husband Russ of Medford, WI and Louise JANKOWSKI and husband Les of Shoreline, WA. Burial will be in Newton Flat Cemetery with Mike CRIMMINS, Thomas ELDER, Jim NEFF, Larry NOKER, Harlan RECH and Carl SCHEFDORE as pallbearers. Memorials may be made to Hospice of the Ozarks. Arrangements are by Kirby-Boaz Funeral Directors. Online obituary and guest book at www.kirbyboaz.com.

CARPENTER posted by Mountaineer Echo Newspaper on Thursday, January 9, 2003

Mountaineer Echo Newspaper Week of January 16, 2003 issue: Tommy Ray CARPENTER died Thursday from injuries sustained in an accident involving a refuse truck. According to a Mountain Home Police Department report, CARPENTER was critically injured when he was trapped between the cab of the truck and the compactor mechanism. The report stated that another worker was in the cab of the truck when CARPENTER told him to start the truck engine. The driver stated that when the truck started, he heard the compactor moving forward trapping CARPENTER and jumped out of the truck to reverse the mechanism. CARPENTER was alive and conscious when paramedics arrived, but died later from crush related injuries. The report noted that the compactor mechanism has a main switch and two auxiliary switches and that one of the switches may have been accidentally left on. CARPENTER, age 45, lived in the Fairview area and was the Assistant Fire Chief with the Fairview Volunteer Fire Department. He had lived in the Flippin area for over 30 years.

BRANDON, CARPENTER, COLLINS, FONTE, HAMILTON, HARRIS, HENDERSON, LONG, MOORE, RASMUSSEN, RAWLING, TROXELL, TUNE posted by Mountaineer Echo Newspaper on Thursday, January 9, 2003

Mountaineer Echo Newspaper Week of January 16, 2003 issue: Tommy Ray CARPENTER of Flippin, Arkansas died Thursday, January 9, 2003 at Mountain Home, Arkansas. He was 45. Mr. CARPENTER was born April 21, 1957 at Truman, Arkansas to J. B. and Idena MOORE CARPENTER. On January 20, 1978, he married Deborah BRANDON at Gassville, Arkansas. Formerly of Kansas City, Missouri, he had been a resident of Flippin since 1971. He was employed as a mechanic for RLH, Inc. Mr. CARPENTER was a volunteer fireman for the Fairview Fire Department and served as Assistant Chief. He loved to hunt and was a member of the Light House Assembly of God Church. Survivors include his wife, Deborah CARPENTER of Flippin, AR; daughter, Kimberly CARPENTER of Flippin, AR; brothers, Marcus F. CARPENTER and wife Mickey of Bull Shoals, AR, Ricky E. CARPENTER and wife Billie of Richmond, MO, J.B. CARPENTER, Jr. of Judsonia, AR, Williams H. CARPENTER and wife Judy of Midway, AR, Glen CARPENTER and wife Jill of Elgin, IL and Billy G. CARPENTER of Judsonia, AR; four sisters, Artie R. COLLINS, of Forsythe, MO, Karyone K. FONTE and husband Paul of Midway, AR, Lucille A. TROXELL of Elizabeth, AR, Ruby A. CARPENTER and husband Glen of Iowa City, IA; many nieces and nephews; brothers-in-law, Deryl BRANDON and wife Sandy of Wichita Falls, TX; sisters-in-law, Sandra HARRIS and husband Ronnie of Marvell, AR and Sheryl HAMILTON and husband Mike of Mountain Home, AR; mother and father in law, Leon and Rosetia BRANDON of Gassville, AR; and grandfather, John TUNE of Manila, AR. His parents preceded him in death. Visitation was held Sunday, January 12, 2003 from 1:00-5:00 p.m. at Kirby-Boaz Funeral Home. Funeral services were held Monday, January 13, 2003 at 10:00 a.m. at the Light House Assembly of God Church in Flippin with Reverend Bill RAWLING officiating. Burial followed at Kirby's Tucker Memorial Cemetery with Curtis HENDERSON, Glenn Gene CARPENTER, Phillip CARPENTER, Scott Edward CARPENTER, Jim LONG and Neil RASMUSSEN. Honorary pallbearers were Mitchell A. CARPENTER, Marvin BRANDON, Marchus CARPENTER, Jr. and Roger COLLINS. Memorials may be made to the Light House Assembly of God Church. Arrangements were under the direction of Kirby-Boaz Funeral Directors in Mountain Home, Arkansas.

BLAND, BOLAND, CHEESEMAN, DOYLE, GANTZ posted by Mountaineer Echo Newspaper on Sunday, January 12, 2003

Mountaineer Echo Newspaper Week of January 16, 2003 issue: Joseph Francis BOLAND of Bull Shoals, Arkansas dies Sunday, January 12, 2003 at his residence. He was 77. Mr. BOLAND was born February 12, 1925 at Freeport, Illinois to Joseph C. and Fern L. CHEESEMAN BOLAND. On January 10, 1948, he married Irene A. GANTZ. Formerly of Lena, Illinois, Mr. BOLAND was a resident of Bull Shoals since 1995. He was a retired heavy equipment operator. He was a life member of the VFW Post 998 in Freeport, IL and was a member of the Operating Engineers in Countryside, IL. He was a U.S. Army veteran and a member of St. Andrews Catholic Church. Survivors include his wife, Irene BOLAND of Bull Shoals, AR; sons, Ronald BOLAND and wife Shirley of Rock Island, IL, Stephen BOLAND and wife Kathy of Milan, IL; Alan (Al B) BOLAND and wife Cheryl of Lakeview, AR and Joseph D. BLAND and wife Amy of Blanchardville, WI; daughter, Sister Therdsa BOLAND of Indianapolis, IN; four grandsons; four granddaughters; one great-grandson; one great granddaughter; brothers, William L. BOLAND of Foreston, IL, John P. BOLAND of Dubuque, IA, Anthony C. BOLAND of Dubuque, IA, Robert J. BOLAND of Decatur, TX, Kenneth R. BOLAND of Freeport, IL, Michael J. BOLAND of Georgia, Bernard M. BOLAND of Dubuque, IA and Brian T. BOLAND of Amarillo, TX; and sisters Patricia M. PFAB of Dubuque, IA and Ann L. DOYLE of Dubuque, IA. His parents, three brothers and one sister preceded him in death. No visitation is scheduled and funeral services are private. Arrangements are under the direction of Kirby-Boaz Funeral Directors in Mountain Home, Arkansas.

MACHERY, UEBELACKER, WILSON posted by Mountaineer Echo Newspaper on Thursday, January 16, 2003

Mountaineer Echo Newspaper Week of January 23, 2003 issue: Mary Lilly UEBELACKER of Flippin, Arkansas died Thursday, January 16, 2003 at her residence. She was 87. Mrs. UEBELACKER was born February 28, 1915 at Milwaukee, Wisconsin to Joseph and Johanna MACHERY. On February 4, 1933, she married Anton UEBELACKER at Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Formerly of East Troy, Wisconsin, Mrs. UEBELACKER moved to Flippin in 1995. She was a retail sales clerk and a Catholic by faith. Survivors include her daughter, Shirley WILSON and husband Ken of Flippin, AR; son, Ralph UEBELACKER and wife Joyce of Burlington, WI; six grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; one great great-granddaughter; and daughter in law, Jean UEBELACKER of Janesville, WI. Her parents, husband, son, Gordon, and daughter, Lucille, preceded her in death. Visitation was held Monday, January 20, 2003 from 5:00 until 8:00 p.m. with Prayer Service at 7:30 p.m. at Schramka Funeral Home. Funeral services were held Tuesday, January 21, 2003 at 11:00 a.m. at Schramka Funeral Home in Milwaukee, WI. Burial followed at Valhalla Memorial Gardens. Arrangements were under the direction of Kirby-Boaz Funeral Directors in Mountain Home, Arkansas. Online obituary and guestbook at kirbyboaz.com.

BERNARD, CHRISTENSEN, DICK, FEICHT, FISCHER, LIETZ, SCHERDIN posted by Mountaineer Echo Newspaper on Thursday, January 16, 2003

Mountaineer Echo Newspaper Week of January 23, 2003 issue: Cuctav William "Gus" SCHERDIN, 91, of Mountain Home, Arkansas, died Thursday, January 16, 2003 at Auburn Hills Health and Rehabilitation Center in Mountain Home. He was born, August 3, .1911 at Chicago, Illinois, to Gus and Emma LIETZ SCHERDIN. He married Edith CHRISTENSEN SCHERDIN on June 2, 1934 at Chicago, Illinois. He was a foreman for Standard Stamping and Perforating Company for 47 years. Mr. SCHERDIN lived in the Mountain Home area since March of 2002. He moved to the area from Salem, Wisconsin to be near his daughter. He is survived by his loving children, his son, Roy SCHERDIN (Marilyn) of Leesburg, Florida; two daughters, Alice FEICHT (DICK) of Mountain Home and Judy FISCHER (BERNARD) of Arlington Heights, Illinois; eight grandchildren and fourteen great grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his wife, Edith. No services are planned at this time. Arrangements by Baxter County Funeral Home and Cremation Society in Mountain Home, Arkansas.

JOLLEY, JONES, STUBBS posted by Mountaineer Echo Newspaper on Thursday, January 30, 2003

Mountaineer Echo Newspaper Week of January 30, 2003 issue: Fred STUBBS, 78, Springfield, Missouri, was born October 15, 1924 in Yellville, Arkansas to Martin and Addle STUBBS. He passed away on Monday, January 13, 2003 in Cox South, Springfield. Mr. STUBBS owned and operated an R.V. business and was a member of the Westside Christian Church in Republic. He was preceded in death by a grandson, Braydon JONES. Survivors include his wife, Lois STUBBS; his children, Jerry STUBBS, Linda STUBBS and Carolyn JOLLEY; grandchildren and great-grandchildren; one brother, Mack STUBBS; one nephew, Ronnie STUBBS; and his beloved cats and dogs. Funeral services were held at 10 a.m. Friday, January 17, 2003 at Greenlawn Funeral Home North. Burial will be in Greenlawn Memorial Gardens. Arrangements were under the directions of Greenlawn Funeral Home.

BURNES, CATON, CYPERT, MCINTOSH, PICKERING, RATH, TOLLEY posted by Mountaineer Echo Newspaper on Thursday, January 30, 2003

Mountaineer Echo Newspaper Week of January 30, 2003 issue: AD. BURNES, 74, of Granger, Washington was called home to be with his Lord on January 6, 2003 after a short and courageous battle with cancer. He passed away at home, in the loving care of his wife, Garnetha, and his family. Mr. BURNES was born on October 23, 1928 in Freck, Arkansas, where he lived until moving to the Yakima Valley in 1963. He worked in the fruit industry until his retirement in 1996. He continued to lead a very full life, giving generously of his time in volunteering with Retired Senior and Volunteer Programs, Granger and Sunnyside Food Banks, Granger schools, Granger Chamber of Commerce, Woman's Christian Temperance Union, and various other volunteer activities. He also enjoyed taking his motor home and volunteering at Indian John Hill for several non-profit organizations. He was a very active member of the Southern Baptist Church and held many positions in the church as well as being an ordained Deacon. He was a member of the Granger Chamber of Commerce and also an Honorary member of the Woman's Christian Temperance Union. After retiring, Mr. BURNES enjoyed tending his precious roses, woodworking in his shop and attending Yakima Sun Kings basketball games. His greatest joy was his family. He is survived by his wife of 52 years, Garnetha BURNES of Granger; six children: Don and Cheryl BURNES of Zillah, Dewanna and Randy MCINTOSH of Thousand Oaks, CA, Jack and Alison BURNES of Zillah, Beth and Skip CATON of Moxee, Becki and Steve RATH of Renton and Betty and Gene TOLLEY of Kennewick. He also adored his 24 grandchildren and 5 great-grandchildren. He is also survived by two sisters, Erma and Cliff CYPERT of Mountain Home, Arkansas and Elaine PICKERING of Midway, Arkansas. His parents and a granddaughter, Sheila Marie MCINTOSH, preceded him in death. Viewing and visitation was held at the Smith Funeral Home, Sunnyside on Friday, January 10th from 4:00 to 8:00 p.m. and Saturday, January 11th, from 8:30 a.m. until time of the service at 10:00 a.m. Burial followed in the Zillah Cemetery under the direction of the Smith Funeral Home.

ABRAHAMSON, BRACKMAN, CAVALLO, DALY, FERRELL, ROTH, RULEY, WHITE posted by Mountaineer Echo Newspaper on Thursday, January 30, 2003

Mountaineer Echo Newspaper Week of January 30, 2003 issue: A funeral service for Carl Edward FERRELL, 90, will be Thursday, 10:00 AM at Kirby-Boaz Funeral Home Chapel with Reverend Chuck WHITE officiating. Mr. FERRELL died Monday, January 27, 2003 at his residence. He was born January 21, 1913 at Charleston, West Virginia the son of Carl Edward FERRELL Sr. and Maude BRACKMAN FERRELL. He married Erna ROTH at Mountain Home on April 11, 1992 and had resided in the Mountain Home area since moving from Rolling Meadows, Illinois in 1973. He served with the U.S. Marines during World War II and was a former salesman for Motorola Corp. and a beekeeper. He was Past Governor and Administrator for the Mountain Home Moose Lodge #1952 and was a member of VFW Post #3246. He was preceded in death by his parents, wife Cleo, one daughter, five brothers and two sisters. He is survived by his wife, Erna; one son, Charles Edward Kayoko FERRELL of Surprise, Arizona; two daughters, Florence A. (Richard) ABRAHAMSON of Ft. Meyers, Florida and Mary A. (Michael) CAVALLO of Toano, Virginia; two step-daughters Carol (Tim) DALY of Mountain Home and Linda K. (Kenneth) RULEY of Flippin; 18 Grandchildren, several great and great great-grandchildren; and one brother, Ernest FERRELL of Charleston, West Virginia. Entombment will be in Kirby's Tucker Memorial Cemetery Mausoleum. Military Honors are by the North Central Arkansas Veterans Council. Memorials may be made to the First Presbyterian Church. Arrangements are by Kirby-Boaz Funeral Directors. Online obituary and guestbook at kirbyboaz.com.


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