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Arkansas Obituary and Death Notice Collection - Pope County - 13

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Date: Wednesday, 4 May 2011, at 8:05 p.m.

Hettie Hall

Hettie Susie Hall, 90, of Russellville, died Thursday, Oct. 21, 2004, at Saint Mary’s Regional Medical Center.

She was born March 1, 1914, at Appleton to George Henry and Nancy Elizabeth Richardson Beavers. She was a homemaker and a Baptist. She enjoyed quilting and flower and vegetable gardening.

She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband who she married July 1, 1939, at Russellville, Bill Hall; three sons, Cecil, James, and Henry Hall; a daughter, Freda Hall; three brothers; and three sisters.

Survivors include four sons and daughters-in-law, Raymond H. and Patsy Chance of Pottsville, Allen and Gloria Hall of Russellville, Timmy and Rhonda Hall of Booneville, and Tony and Sherry Hall of Russellville; a daughter and son-in-law, Mary and Cyrus Mason of Ohio; 33 grandchildren; numerous great grandchildren; and seven great great-grandchildren.

Funeral services were Saturday at Fair Park Baptist Church officiated by the Rev. Rick Balentine and Rev. C. W. Henderson. Burial was in Pisgah Cemetery at Pottsville, under the direction of Shinn Funeral Service.

Active pallbearers were Steven Mason, James Hall, James Chance, Johnny Baker, Danny Gadberry, David Hall, and Roger Gadberry. Honorary pallbearers were grandsons and Dr. Stanley Bradley.

Marie Campbell

Lena Edna Marie Campbell, 72, of Russellville, widow of James F. Campbell, died Monday, Oct. 4, 2004, at her home.

A daughter of the late George Edward and Willie Icey Massey, she was born July 29, 1932, at North Little Rock. She was a member of the First Baptist Church where she served in the nursery for 34 years, was a volunteer leader for the Westark Area Council - Boy Scouts of America for over 30 years, was a lifetime member of the Dwight school PTA, was a member of the Arkansas River Valley Craft Club, was a volunteer leader for the Ouachita Council of the Girl Scouts, was a member of the Russellville Band Boosters, and attended the Pope County Senior Activity Center.

In addition to her parents and husband, she was preceded in death by two brothers, Dale and Glenn Massey and a sister, Bobbie Jean Harrington.

Survivors include three sons and a daughter-in-law, Chuck and Phyllis Campbell, Jim Campbell and Bill Sims all of Russellville; and three brothers, Earl Massey of Chapel Hill, Tenn., George E. Massey of Jacksonville, and Kenneth Massey of Laverne, Tenn.; a sister, Ann Olmsted of Russellville; two grandchildren, Joshua and Rebekah Campbell both of Russellville.

Funeral will be 2 p.m., Wednesday, Oct. 6, 2004, at the Shinn Chapel with Rev. Don Erwin officiating. Burial will be in Rest Haven Memorial Park at Russellville, under the direction of Shinn Funeral Service.

Active pallbearers will be David Fisher, John Mori, David Freeman, Mark Lykins, Donavan Lukens, Josh Sanford, and James Campbell. Honorary pallbearers will be Bob Jacimore, Hack Horton, Jerry Thompson, and Ken Olmsted.

Memorials may be made to Arkansas Department of Health Hospice, 404 North El Paso, Russellville, Ark. 72801 or Gideons International, P.O. Box 1604, Russellville, Ark. 72811.

Betty Dyer

Betty L. Dyer, 75, a resident of Dover, died Wednesday, Sept. 29, 2004, at Saint Mary’s Regional Medical Center.

She was born Aug. 27, 1929, at Topeka, Kan. to the late Harry Eugene and Mildred Bell Morris Thompson. She was a former employee of the Holiday Inn and Legacy Lodge Nursing Home. She was a member of the V. F. W. Rogers-Rye Post 2283 and the Order of the Eastern Star. She was of the Presbyterian faith.

In addition to her parents, she was preceded by her husband, Earl Joseph Dyer; an infant daughter, Linda Kay Dyer; three brothers, Jack, Donny, and Charles “Chuck” Thompson; and a special friend, James “Red” Rogers.

Survivors include three sons and two daughters-in-law, Earl and Judy Dyer of Hector, Michael Dyer of Dover, and Dennis and Rosetta Dyer of Dover; two daughters and sons-in-law, Barbara and Vince Williams of Suisun, Calif. and Jo Ann and Terry Hodges of Dover; three brothers, Raymond and Harold Thompson both of Topeka, Kan. and Garry Thompson of Washington; two sisters, Gertrude Valdivia of Topeka, Kan. and Virginia Flemings of Houghton, Kan.; nine grandchildren; 14 great-grandchildren; and other relatives and friends.

Funeral services were Saturday at the Shinn Chapel with Rev. Paul Northcut officiating. Burial was in McFadden Cemetery at Dover under the direction of Shinn Funeral Service.

Active pallbearers were deputies of the Pope County Sheriff’s Department. Honorary pallbearers will be grandsons.

Delena Fields

Delena Mae Fields, 60, of Russellville, died Wednesday, Sept. 29, 2004, at St. Mary’s Regional Medical Center.

A daughter of Margaret Aline Mars Napier of Russellville, and the late James Elmer Napier, she was born Aug. 17, 1944, in Russellville. She worked at Battles Day Care for fourteen years, and attended the Damascus Assembly of God.

In addition to her mother, she is survived by her husband of twenty-eight years, Larry Gene Fields; two daughters, Aneva Ann Crawley of Appleton and Milinda Caroll Jenkins of Russellville; two brothers, Bobby Napier of Russellville and Lonnie Napier of Atkins; a sister, Paulette Ashmore of Dardanelle; seven grandchildren, Tosha, Tiffany and Dustin Crawley, and Chris, Margaret, Ashley and Dalton Jenkins; and two great-grandchildren, Cameron Crawley and Angelique Barton.

Funeral services were Saturday at the Shinn Chapel. Burial was in Rest Haven Memorial Park, by Shinn Funeral Service of Russellville.

Memorials may be made to Arkansas Children’s Hospital, Honor/Memorial Gift Program, Post Office Box 2222, Little Rock, Ark. 72203-9984.

Charles Piechocki

Charles Piechocki, 73, of London, died Friday, Oct. 1, 2004 at his home.

He was born Jan. 16, 1931, at South Milwaukee, Wis., the son of the late Vincent Piechocki and the late Helen Bernice Malak Piechocki. He was a veteran of the Korean War, serving in the U. S. Army, a thirty-one year employee of Ladish Company, Inc., a member of the London Ruritan Club, the London Volunteer Fire Department, and a six year member of the London City Council. He was a member of St. John’s Catholic Church.

Other than his parents and his parents-in-law, he was preceded in death by an infant son, Mark Piechocki, a brother, Francis, and a brother-in-law, Robert Kortendick.

Survivors include his wife of 49 years, Barbara Kortendick Piechocki; three sons and daughters-in-law, Michael and Jackie Piechocki of Bartlett, Tenn., Daniel and Cynthia Piechocki of Henderson, Tenn. and Jeffrey and Dawn Piechocki of Patuxtent River, MD; three daughters and a son-in-law, Kathleen and John Coleman of Newnan, Ga., Karen Golonka and Terese Glaze of Spring, Texas; a half-brother and sister-in-law, Bobby and Marlon Piechocki of Cudahy, Wis.; a sister and brother-in-law, LeVern and Charles Comiskey of South Milwaukee; seven grandchildren, Kyle and Kelley Coleman, Charlie Golonka, Kristi Glaze, Joseph Jeter, Shana and Bryce Piechocki; six step-grandchildren, Anna and John Bryant, Austin and Amanda Springer, Anne and Patrick Hudlow; other brothers and sisters-in-law, Janice Piechocki, James and Barbara Kortendick, Kenneth and Dorothy Kortendick, Thomas and Heleen Kortendick, David and Yvonne Kortendick and Mary Kortendick.

Funeral Mass will be 11 a. m., Wednesday, Oct. 6, with Rev. Ernest Hardesty officiating.

Honorary pallbearers will be member of the London Volunteer Fire Department.

Memorials may be made to St. John’s Catholic Church, the American Cancer Society, the American Heart Association or any other preference.

He will be deeply missed by family and friends.

Arrangements are under the direction of Shinn Funeral Service.

Bessie Reynolds

Bessie Sue Gray Judkins Reynolds, 91, of Tulsa died Sunday, Oct. 3, 2004.

Bessie was the daughter of the late Charles and Nellie Gray, was born Feb. 20, 1913 in Moreland and had lived in Tulsa since 1951. She was a homemaker and had retired from St. John’s Hospital where she had worked as a cook in the coffee shop; she was a member of the Red Fork Assembly of God Church and D.A.R.

She was preceded in death by her parents, Charles M. Gray and Nellie M. Turner Gray; two husbands, Roy Waltrip Judkins and Horace Guy Reynolds; two sons, John Charles Judkins and Guy Reynolds, Jr.; great-granddaughter, Angie Lee Haston; great grandson, Colton Stiles; great-great grandchildren, Thomas Edwin Masters and Billy Snider.

Survivors are her children, Erma Lee Masters of Dardanelle, Velva Stephens of Tulsa, Roy Huey Judkins of Welston, Okla., Malvin Curtis Judkins of Tulsa, Okla., and Ethyl Sue Kinsfather McCarty of Tulsa; 12 grandchildren; and 26 great-grandchildren and 25 great-great grandchildren.

Funeral services have been set for 1 p.m. Wednesday in the Red Fork Assembly of God Church in Tulsa, Okla. and burial will follow in the South Heights Cemetery in Sapulpa, Okla.

Pallbearers will be Kelly Kinsfather, Huey Wayne Bryant, Jerry Bryant, Terry Judkins, Glen Masters, Jerry Bryant, Jr., and John Harley Bryant.

Smith Funeral Home of Sapulpa, Okla. is in charge of the arrangements.

Ryan Lee

Ryan Adam Lee, 18, a resident of Hector, departed this life Wednesday, Sept. 27, 2006, at Dover.

He was born May 9, 1988, at Russellville to Oneil and Janie Walker Lee. He was a 2006 honor graduate of Hector High School, where he was a member of several clubs and organizations. He was currently attending Arkansas Tech University on a Dean's Scholarship and Arkansas Challenge Scholarship, where he was majoring in history and political science. While attending ATU, he was employed by the Ross Pendergraft Library, was a member of the College Republicans, and was a Freshman Senator. He was a member of the Grace Missionary Baptist Church where he worked in the Sunday School and Children's Church, giving the children's sermon every Sunday. He was a licensed minister for Missionary Baptist Churches, and especially enjoyed ministering to children and young adults. He was an enthusiastic, creative, young person with a tremendous zeal for life, who will be missed by all who knew him. He enjoyed photography, politics, attending sporting events, and supporting his community and family.

He was preceded in death by a cousin, John Daniel Walker.

He is survived by his parents, Oneil and Janie Lee of Hector; a sister, Danielle Lee of Hector; paternal grandparents, Earl F. and Levenia Evants Lee of Russellville; maternal grandparents, James and Myranell Sanders Walker of Hector; uncles and aunts, Jimmy and Kelly Walker of Clarksville, Max Lee of Pottsville, and Jim and Shelia DesHotel of Flint, Texas; numerous cousins; and other relatives and friends.

Funeral services were held Saturday at the Grace Missionary Baptist Church in Russellville with Pastor Roger D. Pearce and the Rev. Joey Hanna officiating. Burial was in Camp Ground Cemetery at Hector under the direction of Shinn Funeral Service.

Active pallbearers were David Duffield, Zachary Garrigus, Rusty Rotenbury, Randy Ashcraft, Cade Watson, Phillip Lewallen, Jeff DesHotel, and Sean Carnahan. Honorary pallbearers were Kristi Bartlett, Melissa Mewborn, the 2006 Class of Hector High School, the Youth and College Classes at Grace Missionary Baptist Church, and the ATU College Republicans.

Memorials may be made to the Grace Missionary Baptist Church; 1800 South Knoxville Avenue; Russellville, Ar. 72802.

Louise Crabtrey

Louise Crabtrey, 71, of Huber Heights, Ohio passed away Monday, Sept. 25, 2006 at Miami Valley Hospital after a brief illness. She was born in Economy to the late Cecil and Vernon (Sorrels) Fridell.

Louise enjoyed being a homemaker and with her positive attitude made friends easily and was always there to help her friends and family. She was an avid gardener, loving all types of flowers. She also enjoyed birds, especially cardinals and was an OSU football fan. She will be greatly missed by everyone's life she touched.

Louise was preceded in death by her husband, Joseph S. Crabtrey; and grandson, Michael Crabtrey.

She is survived by her daughters and sons-in-law, Leslie and Scott Ryan of Woodland Park, Colo. and Joann and Joseph Higgs of Fullerton, Calif; sons and dauthers-in-law Ronald P. and Jeanne M. of Huber Heights, Ohio and Donald S. of Fort Smith; grandchildren, Jennifer, Melissa, Sara, Scott, Anna, Christopher, Zack, Mitchell, Madison and Shelby; great-grandson, Tristan; and numerous other relatives and many special friends.

Funeral services were Saturday at Marker and Heller Funeral Home, Huber Heights Chapel with Pastor Rob Wackerman officiating. Interment was in Glen Haven Memorial Gardens.

Memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society, the Diabetes Association or the charity of your choice. In honor of Louise, who always wanted to make the world a better place, take a little time to feed some birds or plant some flowers.

Nathaniel Castro

Nathaniel James Castro, the infant son of Michael and Jessica Brewer Castro of Russellville, was born and died on Saturday, Sept. 23, 2006, at University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences in Russellville.

Survivors include his parents; paternal grandparents, Lester and Iris Castro of Hartford, Conn.; maternal grandfather and step-grandmother, Allen and Kathy Brewer of Pottsville; maternal grandmother and step-grandfather, Janice and Mark Tiede of Russellville; and other relatives and friends.

A private graveside service was held at Rest Haven Memorial Park in Russellville with the Rev. Jackie Brewer officiating. Arrangements were under the direction of Shinn Funeral Service.

Mildred Miller

Mildred Marie Miller, 82, of Dover, died on Sunday Oct. 1, 2006 at her home.

Mildred or Mamma, as she was affectionately called, was born near Marshfield, Webster County, Mo. on Jan. 29, 1924. Her full name was given as Mildred Marie Tilley May Knight, the daughter of the late John and Elizabeth Knight of Sacramento, Calif.

Mildred was married to Lloyd Earl Miller until his death in 1993. They had a happy marriage with three children, a set of twins, boy and a girl, Joe and JoAnn and an older brother Jack. As a family they always attended church with their children. They were Charter Members in Friendship Missionary Baptist Church in Sacramento, Calif. Lloyd and Mildred moved with their children to the Dover area in 1963. Prior to that they lived in Knoxville for two years.

Mildred enjoyed writing love songs, making dolls and doll dresses. She made all kinds of crafts, like various kinds of flowers. Mildred was a Journeyman Welder at Kaiser Shipyard in Richmond, CA during the World War II. She picked cotton and tomatoes for a living in her early years. She worked for Blue Diamond at the Almond Growers in Sacramento, Calif. for about eight years. Mildred and Lloyd also operated a dairy in Sacramento, Calif. for about 10 years. She also worked for Val-Mac in Dardanelle for about eight years. Mildred and Lloyd owned and operated the Dover Cafe in Dover in the 60's. Mildred was a dedicated mother and a servant to God.

She was preceded in death by her brothers, Ervin Knight and Everett Knight, and by her sisters, Edith Smittle, Eva Lee Cruise and Irene Johnson and by her grandchildren, Sierria Cresswell and Gavin Phillpotts.

She is survive by her brother Loren Knight of Sacramento, Calif.; and her children, Jack Miller of London, Joe Miller of Vienna, Va. and Jo Ann Watson of Dover; and by her grandchildren, Renee Cresswell-Phillpotts, Diann Estes, William Watson and Jason Miller of Houston, Texas; and by her great-grandchildren Aimee Cresswell, Fede Smith, Rebecca Cresswell, Christopher Estes, Asheigh Estes, Shelby Watson, Leon Watson and Graeme Phillpotts.

Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. Friday at Dover First Baptist Church with Jeff Paxton officiating. Burial will be at Brown-Rye cemetery on Rushing Road by Lemley Funeral Services.

Visitation will be at 7:30 p.m. Thursday at Lemley Chapel.

Memorials instead of flowers can be sent to the American Heart Association, P.O. Box 1610, Little Rock, AR 72203.

Burl Judkins

Burl Doylas Judkins, 96, a resident of Dardanelle died Saturday, Sept. 23, 2006 at Saint Mary's Regional Medical Center in Russellville.

He was born March 20, 1910 in Atkins to John Lewis Judkins and Dora Boudra Judkins. He spent his early years in Bells Chapel Community in Pope County.

He was a farmer for over 50 years in the Dardanelle area. In 1957, their family was chosen as Yell County Farm Family of the Year. He raised cattle and was a longtime member of the Yell County Cattlemans Association and the First United Methodist Church in Dardanelle.

He is preceded in death by a younger brother, Earl Loylas, his mother and father, his wife, Minnie Lee Carrigan Judkins and his step-mother, Lona Judkins Hill.

His survivors include a daughter and son-in-law, Dora and Doyle Gunter of Russellville; a daughter and son-in-law, Betty and Jim Coffey of Dardanelle; son and daughter-in-law, John and Linda Judkins of Dardanelle; four grandchildren and spouses, Kimberley Davenport of Fort Smith, Buddy and Jeanene Gunter of Erie Pennsylvania, Johnny and Kim Judkins of Dardanelle, Andrew and Brandi Judkins of Fayetteville; six great-grandchildren, Rachel Davenport, Ben and Liam Gunter, Macey and Gaige Judkins, Fuller Judkins.

Funeral services were held at Cornwell Funeral Chapel in Dardanelle on Sept. 26 with Rev. Roger Glover officiating. Interment was at Brearley Cemetery in Dardanelle.

Active pallbearers were Mark Thone, Ron Merritt, Chris Merritt, Ronnie Tucker, Bob Griffin and Albert A. Lovell. Honorary pallbearers were grandchildren, Kim Davenport, John Judkins Jr., Andrew Judkins, and Bud Gunter.

The family wishes to thank Dr. Donald Hill, the staff of St. Mary's Regional Medical Center and the Dardanelle Nursing Center for their kindness during this difficult time. We also want to say thank you to Dad's many friends throughout Dardanelle and the area who showed him so much kindness and friendship.

Memorials may be made to the United Methodist Church Building Fund, Dardanelle, Ar. 72834.

Arrangements were by Cornwell Funeral Home in Dardanelle.

Marjorie Hinterthuer

Marjorie Hinterthuer, 87, a resident of Russellville, died Friday, Sept. 29, 2006, at the Baptist Health Medical Center in North Little Rock.

She was born Dec. 27, 1918, in Camby, Minn. to William Martin and Mable Shere Blackert.

Marge, known as "Mrs. H," was the nurse anesthetist and Director of Nursing at Saint Mary's Regional Medical Center in Russellville for over 20 years before serving as the Director of Nursing at Conway County Hospital in Morrilton for over 20 years. She was a member of the Saint John's Catholic Church in Russellville for 54 years, where she served as a member of the Altar Society, the Christian Women's League and in many other capacities. She was also a former board member of the Pope County Literacy Council.

Marjorie was preceded in death by her husband, Raymond J. Hinterthuer.

She is survived by three sons, Rick and his wife, Judy of Yellville, Mark and his wife, Gwynne of North Little Rock, and Jack and his wife, Claudia of Las Vegas, Nev.; four grandchildren, Julie, Scott, Adam, Aaron, and great-granddaughter, Hannah.

Funeral services were Tuesday at Saint John's Catholic Church in Russellville with Fr. William F. Thomas officiating. Burial was in Rest Haven Memorial Park at Russellville under the direction of Shinn Funeral Service.

Pallbearers were Adam Hinterthuer, Aaron Hinterthuer, Scott Hinterthuer, Bob Jacimore, Ray Wewers, and Al Polczynski. Erhan Ercan was a Honorary Pallbearer.

Memorials may be made to the Pope County Literacy Council, Post Office Box 1276, Russellville, Ar. 72811 or Saint John's Altar Society, 1900 West Main Street, Russellville, Ar. 72801.

William Cook

William "Bill" Cook, 67, of London, died Tuesday, Sept. 26, 2006, at the National Park Medical Center in Hot Springs.

He was born on Sept. 17, 1939, at Russellville to Thomas William and Eula Mae Baker Cook. He was a member of the London First Baptist Church. He loved fishing and was a volunteer worker at the Russellville and London Public Schools.

He was preceded in death by his parents.

Survivors include his wife of 39 years, Dixie Cook of London; a son, Douglas William Cook of London; a sister and brother-in-law, Mary and Don Tipre of Lombard, Ill.; three grandchildren, Victoria Cook of Springfield, Ill., Todd Cook of London, and Alex Cook of Russellville; a niece, Connie Van Diepen of Lombard, Ill.; and a nephew, Scott Tipre of Lombard, Ill.

Funeral services were held Friday at the Shinn Chapel with the Rev. Daniel Green and Mr. Maxie Longing officiating. Burial was in the Tate Cemetery near Appleton, under the direction of Shinn Funeral Service.

Active pallbearers were David Smith, Scott Tipre, Don Tipre, and Jerry Ray. Honorary Pallbearers were the staff of River Valley Kidney Clinic.

Bill Helton

Bill Helton, 97, of Hector, died Tuesday, Oct. 3, 2006 at his home.

The son of Robert and Georgia Cowan Helton, he was born Feb. 5, 1909 in Solo. He married Elsie Midwell, on May 28, 1933 at Walnut Grove. He was a logger and a farmer. He enjoyed gardening but mostly enjoyed spending time with his family. Bill helped build the former and present Cedar Grove Assembly of God Church where he was a charter member.

He was preceded in death by his parents; a son, Herman Earl Helton; a daughter, Floye Helton McGee; a brother, Lawrence Helton; two sisters, Viola Taylor and Lola Hefley and one great grandchild, Misty Cole.

Survivors include his wife, Elsie Midwell Helton; two daughters, Shirley Williams of Bastrop, La., and Joyce Standridge and husband, Bobby, of Hector; three sons, Bob Helton and wife, Wanda, of Atkins, Donald Helton and wife, Ora Mae, of Hector, and Rickey Helton of Hector; twenty-three grandchildren; forty-three great-grandchildren; fourteen great great-grandchildren; two sisters, Martha Partain of Hector and Olive Cooper of Bell Gardens, Calif.

Funeral services were Friday at Cedar Grove Assembly of God Church with Brother Clinton Reddell and Brother Bobby Judkins officiating. Burial was at Rock Springs Cemetery at Hector by Humphrey Funeral Service.

Active pallbearers were Kenny McGee, Steve McGee, Roger Standridge, Earl Helton, Kevin Blackwell and Michael Anderson. Honorary pallbearers were Paul Allison, John Garrigus, Loyon Langford, Dwayne Helton, Randy McGee, Rodney Blackwell, Terry Don McGee, Jimmy Dale McGee and Chad Helton.

Memorials may be made to Cedar Grove Assembly of God Church, PO Box 175, Hector, AR 72843.

Burnell Christie

Burnell A. Christie, 81, of Atkins, died Thursday, Oct. 5, 2006, at St. Mary's Hospital in Russellville.

She was born Oct. 11,1924 in Moreland and was the daughter of the late Henry and Oregon Duvall Wright. She was a member of the Atkins Memorial Presbyterian Church.

She was preceded in death by her husband, G.C. Christie.

Survivors include her three sons, Charles Don Christie of Atkins, Gary Christie and wife, Wanda, of Russellville, and Randy Christie of Russellville; one daughter, Charlotte Christie of Lincoln, Ar.; two grandchildren, Sarah Christie of Dallas, Texas and Aaron Christie of Russellville; and one brother, Quinton Wright and wife, Edna, of Russellville.

Funeral services were at Lemley Chapel on Tuesday with Rev. David Davies officiating. Burial was at Little Rock National Cemetery by Lemley Funeral Service.

Frances Murmert

Frances Mumert, 76, of North Little Rock, formerly of Batesville, died Sunday, Oct. 8, 2006 at the St. Vincent Health Center North in Sherwood.

She was born Feb. 28, 1930 at Farmville, NC to Spencer and Helen (Halford) Golden. She was a homemaker and worked many years at North Arkansas Radiology in Batesville. She was a member of the Community of Christ Church and had attended the Faith-Hopewell Cumberland Presbyterian Church in Batesville.

She was preceded in death by her parents and her husband, Glen Mumert.

Survivors include one son, Tommy Mumert of Russellville; two daughters, Susan Baker of North Little Rock and Vicky Barch of Lawrenceburg, Ky.; three grandchildren, Steven Barch and Alison Barch of Lawrenceburg, Ky. and Jeffery Mumert of Russellville, several nieces and nephews and a host of other relatives and friends.

Funeral services will begin Thursday, Oct. 12 at 10 a.m. at the Qualls Batesville funeral Service Chapel with Rev. John Sawyer officiating. Burial will follow in the Oaklawn Cemetery located in Batesville with arrangements by Qualls Batesville Funeral Service in Batesville.

Visitation will be Wednesday, Oct. 11 from 5 until 7 p.m.

In lieu of flowers memorials may be made to your local library or Humane Society.

Mildred Miller

Mildred Marie Miller, 82, of Dover, died on Sunday Oct. 1, 2006 at her home.

Mildred or Mamma, as she was affectionately called, was born near Marshfield, Webster County, Mo. on Jan. 29, 1924. Her full name was given as Mildred Marie Tilley May Knight, the daughter of the late John and Elizabeth Knight of Sacramento, Calif.

Mildred was married to Lloyd Earl Miller until his death in 1993. They had a happy marriage with three children, a set of twins, boy and a girl, Joe and JoAnn and an older brother Jack. As a family they always attended church with their children. They were Charter Members in Friendship Missionary Baptist Church in Sacramento, California. Lloyd and Mildred moved with their children to the Dover area in 1963. Prior to that they lived in Knoxville for two years.

Mildred enjoyed writing love songs, making dolls and doll dresses. She made all kinds of crafts, like various kinds of flowers. Mildred was a Journeyman Welder at Kaiser Shipyard in Richmond, Calif. during the World War II. She picked cotton and tomatoes for a living in her early years. She worked for Blue Diamond at the Almond Growers in Sacramento, Calif. for about 12 years. Mildred and Lloyd also operated a dairy in Sacramento, California for about 10 years. She also worked for Valmac in Dardanelle for about eight years. Mildred and Lloyd owned and operated the Dover Cafe in Dover in the 1960's. Mildred was a dedicated mother and a servant to God.

She was preceded in death by her brothers, Ervin Knight and Everett Knight, and by her sisters, Edith Smittle, Eva Lee Cruise and Irene Johnson and by her grandchild Stephen Miller of Sacramento, Calif. and by her great grandchildren Sierria Cresswell and Gavin Phillpotts.

She is survive by her brother, Loren Knight of Sacramento, Calif.; and her children, Jack Miller of London, Joe Miller of Vienna, Va. and Jo Ann Watson of Dover; and by her nephew, Pat Johnson of Berryville; and by her grandchildren, Renee Cresswell-Phillpotts of Oklahoma, Diann Estes of Louisville, Ky., William Watson of Dover and Jason Miller of Houston, Texas; and by her great-grandchildren, Jeana Irene Miller, Aimee Cresswell, Fede Smith, Rebecca Cresswell, Christopher Estes, Asheigh Estes, Shelby Watson, Leon Watson and Graeme Phillpotts.

Funeral services were held Friday at Dover First Baptist Church with Jeff Paxton officiating. Burial was at Brown-Rye cemetery on Rushing Road by Lemley Funeral Services.

Memorials instead of flowers can be sent to the American Heart Association, P.O. Box 1610, Little Rock, AR 72203.

Cards and Letters can go to: Jo Ann Watson, 6236 Rushing Rd., Lamar, Ar. 72846.

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