Wednesday, July 29, 2015

Iva Monte Hairston McDougald

Iva Monte Hairston McDougald, age 79, of Warren, AR, died Tuesday July 28, at Chapel Woods Health and Rehabilitation in Warren, AR. Born November 5, 1935 a daughter of the late Jettie Hairston and Myrtle Glover Hairston she was retired from Jack Winter, a C.N.A., a Baptist and the widow of Thornton Thomas McDougald who died September 23, 1995. They were united in marriage July 3, 1953.

Survivors are 2 sons Randy McDougald, Hermitage, AR, Rusty McDougald, El Dorado, AR. 2 daughters Carolyn Huitt and Joye Lynn Curry both of Warren, AR. 2 brothers Billy Smith, Banks, AR, Lawrence Hairston, Conroe, TX. 4 sisters Shirley Harrod, Bearden, AR, Florence Brown, Rogers, AR, Freda Green, New Edinburg, AR, Sudie Duck of Texas. 11 grandchildren, 33 great-grandchildren, 9 great-great-grandchildren. Also preceding her in death was a son Donnie Ray McDougald; brothers Bill Hairston; sister Virgie Shirey, a great-great-grandchild Gage Owens.

Funeral service 10:00 a.m. Friday July 31, Frazer’s Chapel. Burial Parker Prospect Cemetery by Frazer’s Funeral Home. Visitation 6:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. Thursday July 30, at Frazer’s. Online guest register  HYPERLINK "http://www.frazerfuneralhome.com" www.frazerfuneralhome.com 

Annie Mae Moore

Annie Mae Moore, age 84, of Warren, AR, died Wednesday July 29, at Bradley County Medical Center. Born May 5, 1931 in Manning, AR, a daughter of the late Henry Knight and Clara Powers Knight she was a homemaker and a Baptist.

Survivors are her husband James I. Moore of Banks, AR. 2 sons Roger Massey, Warren, AR, Bobby Massey, Camden, AR. 1 sister Evelyn Harbour, Shreveport, LA. 4 grandchildren and 4 great-grandchildren.

Graveside service 11:00 a.m. Saturday August 1, at Bethesda Cemetery near Camden, AR, by Frazer’s Funeral Home. Visitation 6:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. Friday July 31, at Frazer’s. Online guest register  HYPERLINK "http://www.frazerfuneralhome.com" www.frazerfuneralhome.com 

Monday, July 27, 2015

Loyd Oliver Ross

Loyd Oliver Ross, age 87, of Warren, AR, died Wednesday July 22, at his home. Born November 15, 1927 in Herbine, AR, a son of the late James Oliver Ross and Nettie Mae Shelby Ross he was a retired employee of Masonite and a Christian. Survivors are 1 daughter Judy Davis, Plummer, ID. Three grandchildren and Four great-grandchildren. Arrangements were by Frazer’s Funeral Home. Online guest register  HYPERLINK "http://www.frazerfuneralhome.com" www.frazerfuneralhome.com 

Sunday, July 26, 2015

Bailey Mack Hargis

Bailey Mack Hargis, age 89, of Hermitage, AR, died Friday July 24, at his home. Born August 22, 1925 in Eagle Lake, AR, a son of the late John Noel Hargis and Lillie Colvin Hargis he was a retired rancher, farmer, timber overseer and member of Hermitage United Methodist Church.

Survivors are his wife Frances Jones Hargis whom he married July 9, 1949. 2 daughers Phyllis Belin and spouse George, Branson, MO, Sandra June Hargis York, Hermitage, AR. 3 sisters Sonya Knowles and spouse Claude, Hermitage, AR, Twila Whiteley and spouse C.W., Berryville, AR, JoAnn White and spouse Royce, Springdale, AR. 2 grandchildren, 4 step grandchildren, 5 great grandchildren and 9 step greatgrandchildren.

Funeral services 2:00 p.m. Sunday July 26, at Frazer’s Chapel. Burial Union Hill Cemetery at Ingalls by Frazer’s Funeral Home. Visitation 1:00 p.m. Sunday July 26, until service time at Frazer’s. Online guest register  HYPERLINK "http://www.frazerfuneralhome.com" www.frazerfuneralhome.com 

David A. McVay

David A. McVay, age 63, of Waxahachie, TX, died Wednesday July 22, 2015 in an automobile accident near Corsicana, TX. Born February 4, 1952 in Warren, AR, a son of the late C.A. McVay and Bobbie Jennings McVay he was a registered nurse and member of The Avenue Church.

Survivors are 1 son Shane McVay, Ruston, LA. 2 daughters Jennifer McVay Garcia and Angela McVay both of Lillie, LA. 4 brothers Ronnie McVay, Smackover, AR, Wayne Urrey, Bernice, LA, Ed McVay, Ruston, LA, Sam McVay, Talco, TX. 8 grandchildren. Also preceding him in death were brothers Carl McVay, J.R. McVay and a sister Linda McVay.

Funeral services 2:00 p.m. Monday July 27, at Frazer Funeral Home, Warren, AR. Burial Gravelridge Cemetery near Hermitage, AR by Frazer’s. Visitation 6-8 p.m. Sunday July 26, at Frazer’s. Online guest register  HYPERLINK "http://www.frazerfuneralhome.com" www.frazerfuneralhome.com 

Wednesday, July 22, 2015

Merilyn Kathleen Pipes

Merilyn Kathleen Pipes age 76, of Warren, AR died Wednesday, July 22nd at the Bradley County Medical Center.  She was born August 25th, 1938 in Monroe County, AR a daughter of the late Mardis L. Chandler and Lorene Brady Chandler.  She was owner/operator of Merilyns Beauty Shop and a member of the Church of Christ.  She was also preceded in death by her husband Jerry Pipes whom she married November  14th, 1964 and he died June, 23rd 2008.  Brothers Larry E. Chandler and James E. Chandler and a sister Mary Janelle George preceded her in death.

Survivors include a son Charles Leighton “Bubba” Curry and spouse Polly, Banks, AR.   A siser Maycelle Smith, Warren, AR and a grandson Leighton Curry, Banks, AR.

Funeral Services 10:00AM Friday, July 24th at Frazer’s Chapel.  Burial in Union Hill Cemetery by Frazer’s Funeral Home.  Visitation 6PM till 8pm Thursday, July 23 at Frazer’s. Online Guestbook www.frazerfuneralhome.com

Monday, July 20, 2015

Calvin Eugene "Punkin" Nichols

LCPL Calvin Eugene “Punkin” Nichols age 67 of Warren, AR died Sunday July, 19 2015 at the Pine Hill Nursing Home in Camden, AR.  He was born September 5th, 1947 in Wilmar, AR, a son of the late George “Cal” Nichols and  Maude Johnson Nichols.   He was a member of Harmony Freewill Baptist Church, a member of the local VFW in Warren.   Punkin joined the United States Marine Corp on March 28th, 1968 and went to serve in the Vietnam War where he was severely wounded, and therefore received the Purple Heart Medal.  LCPL Calvin “Punkin” Nichols also received the Combat Action Ribbon, Vietnam Service Medal, Vietnam Campaign Medal and the National Defense Medal.  Calvin really enjoyed his yearly trips to Branson, MO, and loved to be around people.  Also preceding him in death was a brother Jr. Nichols and sisters, Rosie Marie Williams and Betty Hickman and a special friend Jerry Lee Hamilton.

Surviving are two sisters, Hazel Bond and spouse Bobby, Warren, AR and Dottie Jackson, Des Moines, Iowa.  Brothers Charles Nichols and spouse Linda, Warren, AR and Sambo Nichols, Warren AR.

Funeral services 10:00AM Wednesday, July 22nd at Frazer’s Funeral Home.  Burial with Military Honors in Union Cemetery at Rye.  Visitation 6pm till 8pm Tuesday, July 21st at Frazer’s Funeral Home.  Online guestbook www.frazerfuneralhome.com

Ileader Blount Hales

 Ileader Blount Hales, age 82, of Star City, AR, died Sunday July 19, at Drew Memorial Hospital in Monticello. Born November 18, 1932 in Monticello, AR, a daughter of the late Albert James Blount and Mattie Frances McGhee Blount she was a homemaker, a Baptist and the widow of Garland Woodrow Hales who died May 29, 1983. Survivors are one son David Hales, Star City, AR. One daughter Ileasha Owens, Star City, AR. Three brothers O.J. Blount, Andalusia, AL, Joe T. Blount, Foloria, AL, Little Blount, Hermitage, AR. One sister Frances Hughes, Pine Bluff, AR. 8 grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren. Also, preceding her in death was a son Garland Terry Hales; brothers Albert Lee Blount, Alfred Marion Blount; a great-grandson Gage Aaron Lee Owens. Graveside service was 10:00 a.m. Thursday July 23, at Outlaw Cemetery in Sumpter, AR with Rev. Bob Black officiating. Arrangements were by Frazer’s Funeral Home. Active pallbearers were Jacob Owens, Patrick Owens, Hunter Wrinkle, Chris Witschi, Dallas Hays and Tony Smith. Online guest register HYPERLINK "http://www.frazerfuneralhome.com" www.frazerfuneralhome.com 

Robert Louis Momon

Robert Louis Momon, 74, of Banks died Wednesday, July 8, 2015 at his home.

Born on March 4, 1941, he was a son of the late Ozell Momon and Jettie Mae Boswell.  He was raised by his grandparents the late Dewey and Josie Boswell.

He attended New Bethel Primitive Baptist Church in Banks and Hermitage School District.  He was a former employee of Boldwen Bomb Plant in Camden.

He was also preceded in death by his brother Joe Ozell Momon and grandparents Murry and Caudie Momon.

Survivors:
Mother:  Jeffie Mae Clay (Adolphus) of Portland, OR
Children:  Angela Hargraves (Donald), Melody Edmonds (Danny) all of Banks; Linda Lawson (Rodney) of Crossett, Tyrone O. Momon of Fort Smith and Dewery Momon of Clarksville, TN.
Sister:  Joyce Jones (James) of Waynesville, MO.
Stepbrother:  Roy Clay of Portland, OR.
Niece:  Carol Miller Bell (Bobby) of Hermitage
Uncle:  Marion C. Boswell (Jean) of Banks
Aunts:  Ruby Childs of Warren, Dorothy Davis (Roy of Banks) and Reldia Gill of Los Angeles, CA
18 grandchildren, 21 great grandchildren, and a host of other relatives and friends.

Funeral services were July 18 at New Bethel Baptist Church in Banks with Bishop Larry Hines officiating.  Burial was in Childs Cemetery by Hammons Funeral Home of Warren.

Wednesday, July 15, 2015

Lula Mae Phillips Ellis

Lula Mae Phillips Ellis age 68 of Warren, AR died Tuesday, July 14th at the Bradley County Medical Center.  She was born August 7th, 1946 in Lincoln County, AR a daughter of the late Ophra Phillips and Dovie Guess Phillips.  She was a housewife, a homemaker, a member of Grace Cowboy Church and was the Bradley County Democratic Election Commissioner.   She was also preceded in death by two sons, Dale Ellis and Allan Ellis, brothers Herman Wood and Edward Wood.

Survivors include her spouse Ken Ellis whom she married May of 1981 in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Two sons Wayne Ellis, Jacksonville, Fla, and  Preston Ellis, Pascagoula, Miss.  A daughter Paula Williams and spouse David, Wilmar, AR.  A sister Louise McClellan and spouse Rev. Joe, Warren, AR. A sister in law Joyce Wood, Hermitage, AR. 10 grandchildren and 8.5 great-grand children.

Funeral service was 2:00pm Friday, July 17th at Frazer’s Chapel with Rev. Tim Saunders and Rev. Chris Barnes officiating. Linda Barrett was organist. Burial was in Saline Cemetery by Frazer’s Funeral Home. Active pallbearers were Tim Wood, Jonathan Wood, Ben Wood, Jacob Wood, Todd Wood and Roger Braswell. Honorary pallbearers were Patrick Ellis, Wade Barnard, Wayne Wesson, Tim Nichols, John George and Craig Bowden. Online guestbook  HYPERLINK "http://www.frazerfuneralhome.com" www.frazerfuneralhome.com

Clyde Herman Clements

          Clyde Herman Clements, age 79, of Rison, AR. died Monday July 13, at J.R.M.C. Born October 25, 1935 in Bradley County, AR, a son of the late Thomas J. Clements and Minerva Ann Adams Clements he was a retired surveyor, member of Harmony Missionary Baptist Church and a proud veteran of the U.S. Army. Survivors are his wife Betty K. Steelman Clements whom he married September 15, 2006. 1 son Jerry Wayne Clements of Florida. 1 daughter Regena Cameron, Blackwell, TX. 1 step son Gene Williams and spouse Kimberly, Austin, TX. 1 step daughter Cindy Smith and spouse Chuck, Harrison, AR. 1 brother Thomas Clifton Clements and spouse Edith, Linden, TX. 1 sister Sue Miller, El Dorado, AR. 6 grandchildren, 3 great grandchildren. His sisters in law, Ora Clanton, Patsy Adcock, Helen Castleberry and spouse Lamar. Clyde had a close personal relationship with the Bob Boyles family of Texas. Also, preceding him in death was a son Charles Clements and a brother Billy Craven Clements. Memorial service was 2:00 p.m. Saturday July 18, at Harmony Missionary Baptist Church near Pine Bluff with Rev. Neil Quick and Bob Boyles officiating. Ann Gill and Mary Parker provided the music. Arrangements were by Frazer’s Funeral Home. Memorials preferred Bradley County Veterans Museum; 210 N. Main St.; Warren, AR. 71671 or Harmony Missionary Baptist Church; 1239 Harmony Church Road; Pine Bluff, AR., 71603.  

Monday, July 13, 2015

James Monroe "Jim" Gardner

James Monroe “Jim” Gardner age 68 of Hermitage, AR died Monday July 6th at his home.  He was born April 26th, 1947 in Bradley County, AR a son of the late John T Gardner and Quinnie Thomason Gardner.  He was also preceded in death by a wife Carolyn Carr Gardner whom he married January 7th, 1967 and she died May 20, 2003. daughter Teresa Sutherland, a granddaughter Tamara Gardner, a brother Bryan Gardner and sisters Ruby Tully, Ola Jean Hlavarty and Polly Gardner.

He is survived by his wife Deannie Gardner whom he married February 25, 2006.  6 sons, James Robert Gardner and spouse Tanya, Warren, AR; John Gardner and spouse Susan, Melbourne, AR; Michael Gardner and spouse Marsha, Warren, AR; Andrew Gardner and spouse Lorelei, Warren, AR; Dennis Light and spouse Peggy and Danny Light all of Warren, AR. Daughters Regina Lloyd and spouse Kenny, Monticello, AR; Jaycee Benson and Mallory Benson both of Hermitage, AR. and Rose Dimm, Monahan’s, TX. A brother Bill Gardner, Hermitage, AR and sisters Myrtle Tillman, Warren, AR and Florence Dickens, Benton, AR.  21 grandchildren and 26 great-grandchildren.

Jim was born and raised in the Blue Springs Community, near Banks on his family’s farm.  He moved to Warren in his later teen years where he played basketball as well.  Jim was a faithful member of Landmark Missionary Baptist Church where he served as youth director, he was president of the Calhoun county riding club for numerous years and served as a Bradley County Sheriffs Deputy.

Jim has served Bradley County as an EMT and a Paramedic, which he retired from in 2010 when he was diagnosed with colon cancer.  Since his retirement, he still volunteered with EASI as a Paramedic and kept his certification and worked ballgames and public events for the company.   He retired from EASI in 2010 as the Supervisor for Bradley County, which at times he supervised numerous counties and employees. Jim was recognized as a lifetime honorary member of the Arkansas E.M.T. Association a group of only 4 members.  He was known by many as being kind and caring and was wonderful at his job.  He also worked part-time for Frazer’s Funeral Home since his retirement.

He carried many roles throughout his lifetime.  He served in Vietnam, where he received injuries that left him hospitalized in Germany for months away from his family.  He had many stories to tell and touched many lives never meeting a stranger.

Since his retirement he recertified in law enforcement and served on the Bradley County Sheriff’s Auxiliary.  He served as Bailiff at the local and district court levels.  He had many friends and acquaintances from his years of public service.

Jim attended Landmark Church in Hermitage, where every Wednesday night he picked up 10 – 20 children for service at Landmark and made sure they had refreshments, which was usually a meal.  He didn’t miss often, and he took chemo every Tuesday.  He was truly an inspiration to us who can find an excuse not to do the things for our church or youth that we know we should.

Jim and his deceased wife Carolyn not only raised their five children, but took in four of Carolyn’s sisters children that were close to the ages of their oldest four and raised them as their own.  Jim married his second wife Deannie with two small girls, and never made a difference that they were not his own.  He defended them just as fast as his own, because they were his.

Jim’s heart was always very big.  He was always there to help those less fortunate or just those in need.  He had been battling cancer for almost five years and still was known at the chemo center for CARTI in El Dorado as the life of the room.  He loved to pick and make fun and have fun.  He was a true Christian, because through his battle with chemo he said that God has a plan and He will show me or it will be.  It has been said that Jim Gardner was forgiving, selfless, passionate for those whose lives he's touched.  Through his battling cancer and side effects of chemo, he still contributed and gave his all to anyone that crossed his path or called on him.
 
You might ask what sets Jim Gardner apart from other men?  Well he was so well respected for his work as a Paramedic (or ambulance driver as so many refer to these wonderful folks), well if you’ve met Jim Gardner, you know, he was there for the duration, no matter what.


Funeral services were 2:00pm Thursday, July 9th at First Assembly of God Church by Rev David Inzer, Rev Jim Bales, Ben Woods speaking and Michael Gardner delivering a message. Shirley Outlaw and Georgia Jones the musicians and Jennifer Jones and T.J. Files the soloists. Burial was in McFarland Cemetery at Banks with Military and EMS honors extended. Pallbearers were Dr. Joe Hank Wharton, Stephen Smith, Hershel Tillman, Ronny Russell, Howard Bennett, Ben Woods, Jerry Lynn Hollingsworth and Anthony Gardner.
Honorary pallbearers were Billy Scroggins, Roger Scroggins, Kelly Burson, Thomas Frazer, Dr. Dichelle George, Pete Johnston, Eddie Scroggins, Jerry Scroggins, John Frazer, Dr. Kerry Pennington, Chief Randy Peek, Shannon Groves, Kim Roberts, Sheriff Rick Anders and the Bradley County Sheriff Office, Men of Landmark Missionary Baptist Church and the EASI Ambulance Service Team.

Monday, July 6, 2015

Rosie Lee Davis

Rosie Lee Davis, age 60, of Warren, died June 21, 2015, at Jefferson Regional Medical Center in Pine Bluff.  She was born November 17, 1954, a daughter of the late EArl Belin, Sr. and Mae Bamma Davis Belin.

She served on the Mother Board, choir member, and youth worker at Holy Delivereance COGIC.  She was preceded in death by her son, Doneal Wiley, a sister, Cozella Oliver, and a brother, Earl Lee Belin, Jr.

She is survived by:
Her husband, Roman Davis of Warren

Five sons:  Antwone Belin (Mechi) of Ft. Worth, TX; Dellester Wiley (Gloria); Johneal Wiley Shaun Davis, all of Warren; and Donte Davis (Danielle) of Milwaukee, WI.

Three daughters:  Keshia Tucker (Raymond) of Ft. Worth, TX; Rosemary Marshall (Jerry); Ariel T. Belin, all of Warren.

Two sisters:  Mary Marshall (Otis) of Banks; Shirley Belin of Warren.

One uncle, Earnest Belin of Detroit, MI

Three aunts:  Olabea Jones, Reola Tucker of Pine Bluff, Minnie Simmons of Tillar

Nine grandchildren:  Shanesha Marshall, Datrick Wiley, Jeremiah Belin, Timothy Phillips, Darren Tucker, TaCmrie Phillips, Nieyla Tucker, Braylen Tucker, and Zora Davis.

One great grandchild:  Drelan Marshall

One god daughter, a special friend -Anna Noble, and a host of other relatives and friends.

Funeral services were Wednesday, July 1, 2015, at Holy Deliverance COGIC, in Warren.  Superintendent Robert Davis officiating.  Burial was in Hall Cemetery by Hammons Funeral Home.

Tuesday, June 30, 2015

Charley Lassiter

Charley Lassiter age 72 of Banks, AR died Monday June 29th at his home. He was a son of the late George Lassiter and Jessie Holloway Lassiter.  He served his country in Vietnam and was a farmer.
He was also preceded in death by his spouse Martha Sue Hays Lassiter. Brothers Larry Lassiter, George Melvin Lassiter,  Billy Gene Lassiter and a sister Shirley Lee Scott.

He is survived by a daughter Susan Dempsey and spouse Robert, Hampton, AR.  A sister Charlene Bethea, Warren, AR.  2 grandchildren  Dustan Harper and Derek Harper.

Graveside service 10:00AM Thursday, July 2nd at Union Ridge Cemetery in Drew County. Burial in Union Ridge Cemetery by Frazer’s Funeral Home.  Visitation before graveside at Union Ridge Cemetery.
Online guestbook www.frazerfuneralhome.com

Saturday, June 27, 2015

Zora Maude Madera Calvert

Zora Maude Madera Calvert, age 86 of Warren, AR, passed from this life on June 26, 2015, at the home of her son, Tim.  She was a member of the Martin Street Church of Christ in Warren. Zora spent much of her life serving her family and maintaining a home for her husband and 5 sons. Growing a large vegetable garden and canning a lot of its produce occupied much of her time, when her sons were at home.  She was the wife of the late Edward Calvert for nearly 65 years. Zora was the youngest, and last surviving of 7 children of the late Wiley Ellis and Edna Dalton Madera. Her siblings were: Thelma, Marian, Lawrence, Mabel, Geanette, and John Dalton Madera. Zora and Edward had 5 sons:  Eddie and Debbie of Little Rock, Don(deceased) and Fran of Monticello, Tim and Conny of Greenbrier, Dean of Little Rock and Gene of Warren, who lived with and assisted Mom and Dad for several years while their health was failing. They had 9 grandchildren and 16 great grandchildren. Funeral service was 2:00 p.m. Monday June 29, at Frazer’s Chapel with Joe Calvert officiating. Burial was in Oakland Cemetery by Frazer’s Funeral Home. Active pallbearers were Keith Calvert, Paul Calvert, Chris Lampkin, Randall Hoffman, Billy Haynes and Gary Haynes. Online guest register  HYPERLINK "http://www.frazerfuneralhome.com" www.frazerfuneralhome.com  

Sandra Brown

Sandra Ann Wimberley Brown, 62, of Warren, died Saturday June 20, 2015.

Born May 21, 1953, in Little Rock, she was a daughter of Willard Wimberly of Thornton and the late Frankie Jones Wimberley.

She married Unice Brown on August 8, 1978 and was a faithful member of Mount Zion Missionary Baptist Church in Warren for nearly 40 years.

She was employed at Jack Winters in Warren for many years as a lead supervisor.  She later worked as a Family Service Worker at Community Action Head Start Center for Southeast Arkansas.  Sandra was a beloved member of the community serving as a longtime city council member and a member of the Warren Planning Commission.

She was also preceded in death by her parents and two sisters.

She is survived by her loving husband, Unice Lee Brown and three children:  Daniel Scott Wimberley of Little Rock, Danielle Brown Lee (Robert) of Arkadelphia, and Daryl Brown (Tanza) of McGehee.  She is also survived by 12 grandchildren, two sisters, two brothers, and a host of nieces and nephews, relatives and friends.

Funeral services will be held at 1:00 p.m., Saturday, June 27, at Mount Zion Missionary Baptist Church in Warren.  Christian Brothers Funeral Home of Monticello is in charge of arrangements.

Monday, June 22, 2015

Bridgett Monique Bass

Bridgett Monique Bass, 37, of Arkadelphia, formerly of Warren, died Tuesday, June 15, 2015.

Born March 16, 1978, she was a daughter of Jimmy Bass and Carolyn Chambers Bass.

Survivors:
Her parents - Jimmy and Carolyn Bass, both of Warren
Her children - Ariel Bass, kayley Terry and Keith Dwayne Terry, Jr.
Sisters - Shirley Miller and Stephanie Sherman
A host of other relatives and friends

Funeral services were June 19, 2015 at Mt. Zion Baptist Church in Warren with Rev. Silas T. Warner officiating.  Arrangements were by Hammons Funeral Home.

Wavion Butler, Jr.

Wavion Butler, Jr., 70, of Warren, died Monday, June 8, 2015 at Life Touch Hospice in El Dorado.

Born June 12, 1944, he was a son of Rosetta Butler and the late Wavion Butler, Sr.

He was amember of the Bradley County High School Class of 1962.

He was also preceded in death by three siblings, Michael, Darnell, and Sheila, and a son Terrell.

Survivors:
His mother-Rosetta Butler
His children- Wavion (Gloria), Kevin, Renita and Renee
8 grandchildren, 2 great grandchildren, 

Juanita Clay

Juanita Clary, 44, of Warren, died Saturday, June 13, 2015, at National Park Medical Center in Hot Springs.

Born July 18, 1970, she was a daughter of the late Louie Vean and Eddie Bea Clary Rideout.

She was a graduate of Warren High School and a former employee of Wagnon Place Nursing Home. She was a member of St. John A.M.E. Church in Warren.

She was also preceded in death by her grandparents Edgar and Mary Clary and Mack and Corrine Rideout.

Survivors:
Her significant other-Freddie Hampton
Her daughter - Shulunda Clary (Ryan)
Granddaughter - Rhi'Aunna Meeks
Siblings - Ruth Ann Clary, Morgan Clary (Fred), Gloria Wiley (Delister), Doris Rideout, Mary Clary, Kenyetta Davis (Greg), Tamitha Rideout and Torunsa Rideout all of Warren; Coretta Williams of Little Rock and Roderick Rideout of Greenwood, MS.
Special friends-Swanjula Smith, Sonja Jackson, and Debbie Hilton
A host of other relatives and friends

Funeral services were June 20 at Mt. Carmel Baptist Church in Warren with Rev. Eugene Jones officiating and Rev. Eddie Hampton pastor.  Burial was in Union Cemetery by hammons Funeral Home.

Eddy F. Broome, Sr.

Eddy F. Broome Sr. age 77, of Warren, AR died Sunday June 21st, at the Bradley County Medical Center.   He was born October 21, 1937 in Santa Cruz, CA a son of the late George F. Broome and Hazel Goldman Broome.  He was a life long Machinist working in the industrial sector and also teaching the art for several years.  He attended and graduated public schools in California, and he was a member of Camden Avenue Baptist Church in San Jose, CA.
He was preceded in death by a daughter Louann Broome, and a brother Cletus Broome.

He is survived by his wife of 52 years Betty Thornton Broome, whom he married February 2nd, 1963 in Las Vegas, NV. 2 sons, Eddy F. Broome Jr, and spouse Tanya, Rogers, AR and Frankie Broome, and spouse Paula, Warren, AR.  A brother Kenneth Broome, Santa Clara, CA and 2 grandchildren Raven Broome and Sydney Broome.

Graveside services are 10:00AM Wednesday, June 24th at Oakland Cemetery. Burial in Oakland Cemetery by Frazer’s Funeral Home.
Visitation will be 30 minutes before the graveside service on Wednesday at Oakland Cemetery.  Memorials preferred The Bradley County Veterans Museum 210 North Main street Warren AR 71671.  Online guestbook www.frazerfuneralhome.com