Pu­laski County

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette - - DEATHS -

DEN­NIS DEAN ACK­LIN JR., age 58, of Lit­tle Rock passed away Mon­day, Jan­uary 29, 2018 in

Lit­tle Rock. He was born on

July 10, 1959 in

Lit­tle Rock, Ark.

Den­nis grad­u­ated from Plano

High School in


He is sur­vived by his par­ents,

Wil­lene and Thomas Moon­ing­ham of Lit­tle Rock; four sib­lings Deb­bie (Philip) Martin of Allen, Texas, Amanda Bhuket of San Fran­cisco, Calif., Joy Ack­lin of Dal­las, Texas, Ab­bie (Michael) John­son of McKin­ney, Texas, Christo­pher Ack­lin of Dal­las, Texas.

Me­mo­rial ser­vices will be 2 p.m. Thurs­day, Fe­bru­ary 1, 2018 at Cal­vary Bap­tist Church in Lit­tle Rock with Brother Larry Pil­low of­fi­ci­at­ing. Cre­ma­tion ar­range­ments by Cre­ma­tion Ser­vices of Arkansas (501) 313-5431. www.cre­ma­tion­ser­vice­so­farkansas.com.

–––––❖––––– On Thanks­giv­ing Day, Novem­ber 27, 1986 CHRISTINA NI­COLE AL­BERT was born in Lit­tle Rock,

Ark. At age 31, on Jan­uary 26,

2018 she went to be with the

Lord. She was a mem­ber of Pin­na­cle Moun­tain

Val­ley Church.

She was a very tal­ented singer, win­ning nu­mer­ous awards us­ing her tal­ents for church spe­cials and com­mu­nity fu­ner­als. She was a lov­ing per­son who en­joyed a fun sense of hu­mor and loved to laugh. She never knew a stranger and ev­ery­one was drawn to her. Her pres­ence on this earth will be greatly missed but we know she was a child of God and we will see her again one day.

She is sur­vived by her mother, Sunda Bon­ner of Roland; brother, Hunter Bon­ner of Con­way; step-fa­ther Michael Ray Bon­ner of Roland; grand­par­ents Lou and Mon­tie Bon­ner of Mans­field, Texas; un­cles Jodie Al­bert of Lit­tle Rock, Bar­low Miller of Bella Vista; cousins Becky Kime of Spring­field, Mo., and Matt Wil­liamson of Chat­tanooga, Tenn., along with a host of ex­tended fam­ily and friends.

Me­mo­rial Ser­vices will be held at 2 p.m., Thurs­day, Fe­bru­ary 1, 2018 at Church of Pin­na­cle Moun­tain, 7901 AR-300, Roland, Ark. 72135. In lieu of flow­ers, me­mo­rial con­tri­bu­tions may be made to Arkansas Foster Care and Adop­tions. Ar­range­ments un­der the di­rec­tion of Moore’s Jack­sonville Funeral Home. 501982-2136. On­line guest­book: www.moores­jack­sonville­fu­ner­al­home.com.

–––––❖––––– DOROTHY STOUT SMITH ALDRIDGE of Lit­tle Rock, 88, died Tues­day, Jan­uary 30, 2018. She was born De­cem­ber 3, 1929 in E. St. Louis,

Ill., the youngest of three chil­dren.

At the be­gin­ning of WWII, the fam­ily moved to Lit­tle

Rock so that her fa­ther, who was the Chief En­gi­neer for Al­coa, could over­see the con­struc­tion of a plant in Baux­ite, Ark. They re­mained there for the du­ra­tion of the war, mov­ing back to E. St. Louis in 1946.

Mrs. Aldridge grad­u­ated from Depauw Univer­sity in Green­cas­tle, Ill., in 1951 with a de­gree in Mi­cro­bi­ol­ogy and Chem­istry. In 1952, she com­pleted her train­ing as an ASCP cer­ti­fied Med­i­cal Tech­nol­o­gist at Wash­ing­ton Univer­sity School of Medicine, Barnes Hos­pi­tal in St. Louis. She be­gan her ca­reer in the Barnes Hos­pi­tal Lab­o­ra­to­ries fol­lowed by three years as a mem­ber of a re­search team in the Depart­ment of Surgery of Wash­ing­ton Univer­sity Med­i­cal School. While ex­plor­ing that av­enue, the team was in­volved in the early use of the elec­tron mi­cro­scope. They were also the sec­ond group in the coun­try to use kid­ney dial­y­sis. She co-au­thored sev­eral pa­pers which were pub­lished in med­i­cal jour­nals. Her last po­si­tion was Chief of Mis­souri Psychiatry Lab­o­ra­tory for the state of Mis­souri. For two years she taught med­i­cal tech­nol­ogy stu­dents at South­ern Illi­nois Univer­sity in Belleville, Ill., at night.

She was blessed with two happy mar­riages. On May 2, 1959 she was mar­ried to Roy W. Smith, an elec­tri­cal con­trac­tor in St. Louis. They en­joyed 21 years to­gether, trav­el­ing many places around our coun­try and the world. Af­ter Roy died in 1980, she re­turned to Lit­tle Rock to keep the house for her wid­owed fa­ther. In 1998 she met H.W. “Jacks” Aldridge when they were train­ing to be Stephen Min­is­ters at Pu­laski Heights United Methodist Church. They were mar­ried June 17, 2000 and had 11 happy months to­gether prior to his death.

In ad­di­tion to her par­ents and her hus­bands, she was pre­ceded in death by an in­fant brother and by her sis­ters P. Louise Stout Sim­mons M.D. of Lub­bock, Texas. Sur­vivors in­clude her step-daugh­ters, He­len Kay Miller of W. Mem­phis, Ark., Anita Ashby of Denn­sion, Texas, and Carolyn Junkin of New­port, Ark.

She is also sur­vived by a very spe­cial long-time friend David J. Roberts, whom she con­sid­ered to be her much loved “in­for­mally adopted” son and trusted con­fi­dante.

Mrs. Aldridge was a long-time mem­ber of Pu­laski Heights United Methodist Church. Over the years she served in many ca­pac­i­ties in­clud­ing the Stephen Min­istry Ad­min­is­tra­tion Board. She was mem­ber of the Di­etz Di­a­logue Sun­day School Class. She was in­volved with other com­mu­nity or­ga­ni­za­tions par­tic­u­larly ed­u­ca­tional and health re­lated groups. She trained as a hospice vol­un­teer and served the ter­mi­nally ill and their fam­i­lies. She served for 6 years on the Arkansas Hospice Board. Car­ing for hospice pa­tients and her church fam­ily was her pas­sion and priv­i­lege.

Her out­side in­ter­ests in­cluded for­eign and do­mes­tic trips, hik­ing, read­ing, po­etry and music. She had a life-long love for an­i­mals and her leg­endary long road trips were her pas­sions, es­pe­cially trips around Aus­tralia, New Zealand, and hikes through the Rocky and Smokey Mountains. She has now re­turned to “The place from where she came” of which she of­ten spoke lov­ingly.

A funeral ser­vice will be held at Pu­laski Heights United Methodist Church (4823 Wood­lawn Dr, Lit­tle Rock, Ark. 72205) of­fi­ci­ated by Dr. Jeff Hamp­ton, on Friday, Fe­bru­ary 2, 2018 at 1pm fol­lowed by a burial at For­est Hills Me­mo­rial Park (10200 Hwy 5 N, Alexan­der, Ark. 72002).

Memo­ri­als may be made in Dorothy’s name to Arkansas Hospice Foun­da­tion (14 Park­stone Cir, North Lit­tle Rock, Ark. 72116) or to Pu­laski Heights United Methodist Church. Funeral ar­range­ments have been en­trusted to Ruebel Funeral Home. An on­line con­do­lence book is avail­able at www.rue­bel­fu­ner­al­home.com

–––––❖––––– CHRISTO­PHER DA’QUAN ARNOLD, 17, of Lit­tle Rock, Ark., tran­si­tioned on Jan­uary 29,

2018. He was pre­ceded in death by: fa­ther, Robert Arnold; pa­ter­nal grand­par­ents, Cleve­land and

Josie Arnold; grand­fa­ther,

Leroy Jack­son; un­cle, Em­mitt Arnold.

Christo­pher leaves to cher­ish me­mory: daugh­ter, Kay­den Arnold; mother, Kane­sha (Don­ald) Har­ris; sib­lings, Ken­neth (Pamela) Arnold, Bri­tish, Kayla, Mar­queisha, Mar­quachun, Daniel, Chris­tian and Made­line Arnold; nine nieces, neph­ews, four great-neph­ews, two great-nieces; step-mother, Pauline Arnold; god-sis­ter, Pamela Arnold; and a host of fam­ily and friends.

Ser­vices en­trusted to Robin­son Mor­tu­ary, 1201 Dr. MLK Jr. Drive, Lit­tle Rock, AR (501) 3710111. “Ser­vice You Can Trust.”

–––––❖––––– KENOSHA BRADLEY, 38, of Lit­tle Rock, Ark., tran­si­tioned on Jan­uary 30,

2018. She was pre­ceded in death by: grand­par­ents, Lee Ea­gle, Pear­line Ea­gle and Beatrice


Kenosha leaves to cher­ish her me­mory: five chil­dren, Jamerra Drone, Larry Drone, Cameron Bradley, Jaylin Drone, Ken­drick Wash­ing­ton; par­ents, Diane Lee and Nor­man Bradley; sib­lings, Jonathan Lee, Laquita Bradley; a host of fam­ily and friends.

Fam­ily Hour: Friday, 5:30 -6:30 p.m. at Robin­son Mor­tu­ary-NLR. Funeral: Satur­day, 1:30 p.m., at First Bap­tist Church, 811 S. A. Jones Drive, NLR. Pas­tor Wil­liam L. Robin­son, of­fi­ci­at­ing. Ser­vices en­trusted to Robin­son Mor­tu­ary, 4511 E. Broad­way, NLR, Ark. (501) 374-0111. “Ser­vice You Can Trust.”

–––––❖––––– CHRISTO­PHER EARNEST, 67, of Lit­tle Rock tran­si­tioned Jan­uary 26, 2018. Sur­vived by chil­dren, Carla Wise­man (Den­nis), Shirlena

Wright, Aisha

Perez (Scott

Bruce), Shanell Cartwright (Laquinta); sib­lings, Elisha

Earnest Jr. (Pa­tri­cia), Jerome Earnest, Leveda Earnest, Fred­er­ick Earnest, Lane Earnest (Deb­bie), Ricky Earnest (Donna), Vin­cent Earnest, Ken­neth Earnest, Har­rell Earnest (Christina), Dar­rell Earnest (Devo­nia), Eric Earnest, Lonzella Earnest, Chris­tine Bean (John), Rose­mary El­li­son (Michael), San­dria Smith (Thad­deus), Vi­vian Liv­ingston (Tony), Alice Earnest, Rita Owens, Norma Earnest, Erma Earnest, David Star, Chris­tine Star, Car­rie Star, Brenda Star; 13 grand­chil­dren; aunts, Elva Knox, Lee Ellen Thomas; un­cle, Wheeler Scott.

Fam­ily Hour, Fe­bru­ary 2, 2018 5:30-7 p.m. Greater 3/4 Bap­tist Church. Funeral Ser­vice: Fe­bru­ary 3, 2018, 1 p.m. Holly Grove Gym­na­sium, Holly Grove, Ark. Ser­vices en­trusted to Gunn Funeral Home, 4323 W 29th, Lit­tle Rock, Ark. (501) 660-4323.

–––––❖––––– LORETTA HEN­DER­SON, 101, of Lit­tle Rock, Ark., passed away on Jan­uary 27,

2018. The wife of the late John

W. Hen­der­son

Jr. Her sur­vivors in­clude: five chil­dren, two sons, Charles Hen­der­son and Ken­neth Hen­der­son, three daugh­ters, Glo­ria (Alvester) McFad­den, Con­stance McFad­den and Mil­li­cent (Richard) Fowler all of LR, Ark.; 12 grand­chil­dren, five great-grand­chil­dren, three great-great-grand­chil­dren, two cousins and host of nieces and neph­ews.

Home go­ing ser­vices will be Satur­day, Fe­bru­ary 3, 12 noon, at Lib­erty Hill Mis­sion­ary Bap­tist Church, 1215 South Schiller Street, Lit­tle Rock, Ark. Visi­ta­tion: Satur­day, 11 a.m. – 12 noon prior to the ser­vice, at the church.

Ar­range­ments by: Ruf­fin & Jar­rett Funeral Home, 1200 S. Ch­ester St., Lit­tle Rock, Ark. 72202 (501) 372-1305.

–––––❖––––– JAN­ICE ANN HENSLEY, age 70, of Sher­wood, passed away Jan­uary 28, 2018. She was born in Detroit, Mich., on June 5, 1947. She was pre­ceded in death by her par­ents, Frank and Leona Rock­wood. Jan­ice is sur­vived by her hus­band of 45 years, Ted; two sons, Teddy B. Hensley, Jr (Terri Grif­fith) and Wil­liam W. Hensley (Robin); and grand­chil­dren, Natalie, Kyleigh, Aden, and Aven.

Cre­ma­tion ar­range­ments en­trusted to A Nat­u­ral State Funeral Ser­vice, Jack­sonville, 501-9823400. www.anat­u­ral­state­fu­ner­alser­vice.com.

–––––❖––––– AL­BERTA DANIEL HIG­GINS, 88 of Lit­tle Rock, Ark., passed peace­fully from this world on Tues­day, Jan.

23, 2018. A cel­e­bra­tion of her life will be Thurs­day, Feb.

1, 2018, 11 a.m. Visi­ta­tion will be To­day, Jan.

31, 2018, 1-4 p.m., both ser­vices at Ruf­fin & Jar­rett Funeral Home, 1200 S. Ch­ester St., Lit­tle Rock, Ark. (501) 372-1305.

–––––❖––––– PA­TRI­CIA LEE HUFF, 81, of Alexan­der, passed away Jan­uary 29, 2018. She was born in Lit­tle Rock, Ark.,

Au­gust 1, 1936, to Ken­neth and

Aline Dock Britt.

Pa­tri­cia was a mem­ber of First Mis­sion­ary Bap­tist Church of Ma­bel­vale.

She was pre­ceded in death by her par­ents; hus­band of 58 years, Melvin Gro­gan Huff; and son, Ken Huff. She is sur­vived by her two daugh­ters, Vicki Smith (Mickey) and Terri Witt; five grand­chil­dren; and five great- grand­chil­dren.

A Mardi Gras cel­e­bra­tion in Pat’s honor will be held Tues­day, Fe­bru­ary 6, 2018 at 2 p.m. at Pinecrest Funeral Home, 7401 Hwy. 5 North. Alexan­der, Ark. 72002. To sign the on­line guest­book go to www.pinecrest­memo­ri­al­park.com.

–––––❖––––– ROBERT “BIGBOI” HUNTER, 26 of North Lit­tle Rock passed Jan­uary 22, 2018.

Lov­ing mem­o­ries left to par­ents: Mary

Hunter and

Robert Hunter; chil­dren:

Ka­zlee Hunter,

Kylee Hunter,

Kaycen Hunter and Maycen

Hunter; grand­par­ents: Ear­line Har­ris and Ol­lie Mae Hunter; sis­ters: Larita Hunter, Sa­man­tha Hunter, and Robin Hunter. Visi­ta­tion: Fe­bru­ary 2, 2018, 6-7 p.m. at Su­pe­rior. Homego­ing cel­e­bra­tion Fe­bru­ary 3, 2018, 1 p.m. at Grace Bap­tist Church, 408 N. Walk­ers Cor­ner Rd., Scott, Ark. Su­pe­rior Funeral Ser­vices, 5017 E. Broad­way, North Lit­tle Rock (501) 945-9922. On­line guest­book www.su­pe­ri­or­fu­ner­alser­vices.com. Trudean Long Brown “Pro­vid­ing Ser­vices Your Fam­ily De­serves.”

–––––❖––––– WEN­DELL LEE JACK­SON SR., 70, of Lit­tle Rock, Ark., tran­si­tioned on Jan­uary 26. He was pre­ceded in death by: his daugh­ter, Niyokia Jack­son; par­ents: John

L. and Rosy

Jack­son and a sis­ter, Rosetta John­son. He leaves to cher­ish mem­o­ries: wife, Barbara Jack­son; chil­dren, Wen­dell Lee Jack­son Jr., and Tonya Jack­son; grand­daugh­ter, Jas­mine Lewis; sis­ter, Yvonne An­der­son, a host of other rel­a­tives and friends. Visi­ta­tion: Satur­day, 9:30-11 am and Ser­vice at 11 a.m. both at Robin­son Mor­tu­ary Chapel-LR. Ser­vices en­trusted to Robin­son Mor­tu­ary, 1201 Dr. MLK Jr. Drive, Lit­tle Rock, Ark. (501) 371-0111. “Ser­vice You Can Trust.”

–––––❖––––– RICHARD HAY McKIN­NEY JR. died on Jan­uary 29, 2018 sur­rounded by his lov­ing fam­ily.

Dickie was born

Jan­uary 8, 1946 to Ann Plun­kett McKin­ney and Richard Hay McKin­ney, Sr. in

Lit­tle Rock, Ark..

Dickie was pre­de­ceased by his mother and fa­ther, Ann P. and Richard H. McKin­ney, his first wife, Mary Keatts Cox McKin­ney; his son, Richard H. McKin­ney III; his sis­ter, Ann “Bebe” McKin­ney Deal; broth­ers-in-law, Pinkney M. Deal and Frank Pre­ston Hall Jr.; and beloved grand­par­ents, An­nie Holmes and Charles Plun­kett and Theda and Roy McKin­ney.

He is sur­vived by his son, Frank Cox McKin­ney, wife, Shan­non Gorman McKin­ney; grand­son, Keatts Gorman McKin­ney and his sis­ter, Mar­i­lyn “Tinsy” McKin­ney Hall. He is also sur­vived by his nieces and neph­ews, Deb­bie Deal Wy­man, El­iz­a­beth Deal Miller, Frank Pre­ston Hall III and David McKin­ney Hall.

You could hear Dickie com­ing, and he could light up a room. Dickie was no­to­ri­ous for his big laugh and liv­ing life to the fullest. He loved cook­ing, fish­ing, hunt­ing and spend­ing sum­mers on Lake Hamil­ton and Lake Cather­ine. Like his mother, he re­ally loved play­ing gin. He was a col­lec­tor of friends, and his friend­ships spanned many gen­er­a­tions. He was a mem­ber of the Kappa Sigma fra­ter­nity and the Coun­try Club of Lit­tle Rock.

Dickie en­joyed a 40+ year ca­reer in real es­tate start­ing at Rec­tor Phillips Morse, where he was a mem­ber of the Mil­lion Dol­lar Club sev­eral times be­fore be­com­ing sales man­ager for the com­pany. He and Larry Tay­lor opened the doors of McKin­ney & Tay­lor in 1976. Af­ter a lengthy se­lec­tion process, in 1983, Cold­well Banker se­lected him to be­come their in­de­pen­dent bro­ker in Lit­tle Rock, es­tab­lish­ing Cold­well Banker McKin­ney & Co. as the first fran­chise for Cold­well Banker in the state of Arkansas. In 2002, Dickie re­turned and fin­ished his ca­reer at Cold­well Banker RPM. He was highly re­spected in his field for his real es­tate knowl­edge as well as his men­tor­ing and train­ing of many Lit­tle Rock real­tors who have be­come suc­cess­ful real­tors in their own right.

Dickie was a mem­ber of the Na­tional As­so­ci­a­tion of Real­tors, Arkansas Real­tors As­so­ci­a­tion and the Lit­tle Rock Real­tors As­so­ci­a­tion. He was a mem­ber of the Lit­tle Rock Jaycees and while serv­ing as Pres­i­dent, was in­stru­men­tal in open­ing the first pri­son chap­ter of Jaycees at Tucker pri­son, one of the first such pro­grams in the coun­try. He was also a mem­ber of Ro­tary In­ter­na­tional Club #99. Dickie’s love of the Lit­tle Rock com­mu­nity in­cluded or­ga­niz­ing years of toy drives ben­e­fit­ing Toys for Tots.

The fam­ily would like to ex­press their sin­cere thanks to Dr. Dean Kumpuris, Dr. An­drew Kumpuris, Dr. Stephen Tucker, Teresa Perkins and Arkansas Hospice for their lov­ing care of Dickie dur­ing his last days.

Cel­e­bra­tion of Dickie’s life will be held Friday, Fe­bru­ary 2 with a 10 a.m. grave­side ser­vice at Roselawn Me­mo­rial Park fol­lowed by a ser­vice at Sec­ond Pres­by­te­rian Church, 600 Pleas­ant Val­ley Drive at 11 a.m. Fam­ily visi­ta­tion will be held Thurs­day, Fe­bru­ary 1 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the Coun­try Club of Lit­tle Rock.

In lieu of flow­ers, the fam­ily asks that memo­ri­als be made to Ac­cess Schools at ac­cess­groupinc.org, 10618 Breck­en­ridge Drive, Lit­tle Rock, Ark. 72211 or a char­ity of your choice. Ar­range­ments are un­der the di­rec­tion of Ruebel Funeral Home, www.rue­bel­fu­ner­al­home.com.

–––––❖––––– CLARENCE MONT­GOMERY was born March 10, 1952. He passed away Jan­uary 23,

2018. The Fam­ily will re­ceive

Friends Fe­bru­ary 2, 2018 from

6 til 7 p.m. at the

Funeral Home.

Funeral Ser­vices will be held Satur­day, Fe­bru­ary

3, 2018, 11 a.m.

First Bap­tist Church Wood­son, 24100 North Bar­ton Street, Wood­son, Ark. Ser­vices en­trusted to Pre­mier Funeral Home, 1518 S. Bat­tery St., Lit­tle Rock, Ark. 72202.

–––––❖––––– JOAN EL­IZ­A­BETH NAHLEN passed away Jan­uary 27, 2018. She was born on Dec. 14, 1948, the third child of

Wil­liam Michael

(Bill) and Otil­lia

Seiter (Til­lie)


Joan was pre­ceded in death by her par­ents; brother, Michael, and Michael’s son, Wil­liam Rus­sel Nahlen. She is sur­vived by three sib­lings, Anita Castle­berry (Jim), Pa­trick Nahlen, and Car­men Long; her sis­ter-in-law, Char­lotte (Charli) Nahlen; five neph­ews; three nieces; and sev­eral great nieces, neph­ews, and many, many cousins.

Joan grad­u­ated from Mt. St. Mary Academy in 1966. She at­tended St. Vin­cent School of Nurs­ing & grad­u­ated in Feb. 19, 1969, two months af­ter her 20th birth­day. In June 1969 she passed states boards & was of­fi­cially a reg­is­tered nurse.

She worked at St. Vin­cent on the coro­nary care step-down unit un­til 1974. She then worked at the Arkansas Heart As­so­ci­a­tion as as­sis­tant director of High Blood Pres­sure Con­trol.

In 1975 she be­gan work­ing for noted car­di­ol­o­gist Dr. Ben Price. In 1984 she left work to be her mother’s care­giver for the next four years. It was at this time that her own health be­gan to de­cline. She be­came un­of­fi­cially re­tired at that time.

Spe­cial thanks to her car­di­ol­o­gist Dr. Aravind Ne­markom­mula (Dr. Rao) and her nephrol­o­gist Dr. Pra­jwal Che­vireddy (Dr. Chevi), Dr. Robert Rice, and Jim West­brook, for tak­ing care of our 4-legged friends for so many years. These men def­i­nitely added time to her life.

[Joan says]: Spe­cial thanks to my brother Pat (Mr. Fixit), and my best friend and sis­ter Car­men, for al­ways be­ing there for me. Also my fa­vorite Rent-AKids, Zach and Lau­ren Long, and my per­sonal phar­ma­cist & good friend Lynn Hai­ley.

Joan was a re­tired nurse and life-long Catholic. She was a mem­ber of the Cathe­dral of St. An­drew in down­town Lit­tle Rock. She en­joyed ten­nis, mo­tor­cy­cling, gar­den­ing, and canning. She took care of the many flow­ers and shrubs that were planted by her mother, many of which are 40+ years old. She de­voted her life to heal­ing and help­ing oth­ers in Christ’s love. She will be fiercely missed.

In place of flow­ers make do­na­tions to Lit­tle Rock An­i­mal Vil­lage, 4500 Kramer Street, Lit­tle Rock, 72204. Visi­ta­tion will be held at Grif­fin Leggett Healey & Roth Funeral Home on Thurs­day, Fe­bru­ary 1st, from 5-6:30 p.m.,

fol­lowed by a rosary. Funeral Mass will be at 10 a.m. on Friday, Fe­bru­ary 2nd, at Cathe­dral of Saint An­drew, 7th and Louisiana Street, Lit­tle Rock, Ark. 72201. Please share sto­ries and mem­o­ries of Joan with her fam­ily at www.griffin­leggetthealey­roth.com.

–––––❖––––– EARNEST LE­MOR­RIS NEAL, 55, of Lit­tle Rock, Ark., tran­si­tioned on Jan.

20. Funeral: Friday, 10:30 a.m. at Robin­son Mor­tu­ary-LR. Ser­vices en­trusted to Robin­son Mor­tu­ary,

1201 Dr. MLK

Jr. Drive, Lit­tle

Rock, Ark. (501) 371-0111. “Ser­vice You Can Trust.”


Dr. JOHN L. PHILLIPS, SR. was born on July 24th, 1929 in Almyra, Ark., the son of the late Robert L.

Phillips, Sr. and

Myr­tle Gar­ri­son Phillips. He qui­etly en­tered into eter­nal life, sur­rounded by his fam­ily, on

Friday, Jan­uary

26, 2018.

John at­tended Im­manuel High School in Almyra, Ark. He grad­u­ated from the Univer­sity of Ark. Pine Bluff (for­merly AM&N Col­lege), where he earned an un­der­grad­u­ate de­gree in Agri­cul­tural Sci­ence & Ed­u­ca­tion be­fore go­ing on to Grad­u­ate School at the Univer­sity of Arkansas in Fayet­teville where he earned a Mas­ter’s de­gree in Pub­lic School Ad­min­is­tra­tion. He later re­ceived the Doc­tor of Di­vin­ity de­gree from the Jack­son The­o­log­i­cal Sem­i­nary and con­tin­ued pro­fes­sional de­vel­op­ment at Hard­ing Univer­sity School of Bib­li­cal Stud­ies.

John con­fessed a be­lief in Christ at an early age, nur­tured by his par­ents, he re­mained faith­ful to the Lord and his faith grew. Later, he was or­dained into the min­istry. His min­is­te­rial ca­reer spanned over six decades in­clud­ing pas­torates at Almyra, Mar­i­anna, Stuttgart, Lit­tle Rock, North Lit­tle Rock and Con­way, Ark. Through the in­flu­ence of his friend, Bro. John­nie Lawrence, John be­came a mem­ber of the Church of Christ. He served as an as­so­ciate min­is­ter with the McAl­mont Con­gre­ga­tion, the East Side con­gre­ga­tion and was the full time Min­is­ter at the Har­ri­son and Wil­low Street church of Christ in Con­way, Ark. In 2004, he came to the Cen­tral church of Christ in Lit­tle Rock, where he served faith­fully as a Bi­ble school teacher and El­der, un­til the end of his life. He en­joyed be­ing an ac­tive mem­ber of the Senior Fore­run­ner’s Life Stage Group, as well as the Prayer Team and Visi­ta­tion min­istries.

John, a vet­eran, served his coun­try with the 5th Air Force Ad­vanced, dur­ing the Korean War. He was dis­charged af­ter fin­ish­ing the last of his four years of duty at Moody Air Force Base in Val­dosta, Ga. While sta­tioned in Val­dosta, he taught and as­sisted the ad­min­is­tra­tion of the Val­dosta Pub­lic Schools dur­ing the day. It was dur­ing that time that he met a young school­teacher named Rhunette, whom he mar­ried and be­gan a lov­ing part­ner­ship of 60 years. To this union, three chil­dren were born; John­netta, John, and Jen­nifer.

Dr. Phillips has a long and ex­ten­sive ca­reer of ed­u­ca­tional ser­vice. He has served in ev­ery ca­pac­ity dur­ing his ed­u­ca­tional ca­reer, from Class­room Teacher to As­sis­tant Prin­ci­pal, High School Prin­ci­pal, Su­per­in­ten­dent of School District, As­so­ciate Pro­fes­sor, Director of Up­ward Bound Pro­gram, Col­lege Ad­min­is­tra­tor and Pres­i­dent of Shorter Col­lege from 1980-1987. He was re­cruited by the State Depart­ment of Ed­u­ca­tion to serve as Co­or­di­na­tor of the Ark. State Lit­er­acy Coun­cils and later served as In­de­pen­dent Choices En­roll­ment Co­or­di­na­tor at DHS Di­vi­sion of Ag­ing and Adult Ser­vices un­til re­tire­ment in 2001.

Dr. Phillips had deep roots in the com­mu­nity and through­out the Cen­tral Ark. area. Through­out his ca­reer he was ac­tively in­volved in pro­mot­ing the greater good through his as­so­ci­a­tion in var­i­ous civic and com­mu­nity or­ga­ni­za­tions.

John was a source of per­pet­ual en­cour­age­ment, a hum­ble ser­vant, a men­tor and ed­u­ca­tor. He was a fa­ther fig­ure to many, a quiet in­flu­en­tial and ef­fec­tive leader. He sought to know oth­ers at their core and with a few ques­tions, was able to help oth­ers see their mis­sion. Most of all, he was a man of God, a de­voted hus­band, a lov­ing fa­ther, an ador­ing grand­dad and great grand­dad. We thank Our Heavenly Fa­ther for John and his lov­ing wife, Rhunette; they were truly a won­der­ful ex­am­ple of faith, show­ing us that we can make it through the tough times and the good times of life by faith and the grace of God!

He was pre­ceded in death by his par­ents, Robert & Myr­tle Phillips, broth­ers Lin­coln, and Robert Philips, sis­ter Deloris Daw­son and his lov­ing wife, Rhunette Phillips. He was also pre­ceded by a dear son-in-law, Shelly L. Kelly. He leaves to cher­ish his pre­cious me­mory daugh­ters, John­netta Kelly, and Jen­nifer Phillips-Pounds, son, John L. Phillips, Jr., (Va­lerie), grand­chil­dren, April El­lis, Christo­pher Kelly, Jonathan Phillips, (Mia), John Mar­cus Phillips, (Kara), Paul Kim­brough, Jr., (Tina), Justin Pounds, Jayla Freeman, (Akil), and Jeremy Pounds. Ad­di­tion­ally, six great-grand­chil­dren, LaMya Kelly, Jil­lian Phillips, Jonathan Phillips II, Paul Kim­brough III, Seth Kim­brough, Noah Ge­orge Phillips and a host of nieces, neph­ews, cousins, in-laws and other rel­a­tives and friends.

Funeral ser­vices will be held at the Cen­tral Church of Christ, LR, Ark. at 11 a.m. Mon­day, Fe­bru­ary 5, 2018. Visi­ta­tion will take place 10:30 a.m. and a fam­ily re­cep­tion will be held at the church fel­low­ship hall fol­low­ing the ser­vices.

Funeral ser­vices are en­trusted to the Moore’s Jack­sonville Funeral Home, (501) 982-2136. Sign on­line guest­book at www. moores­jack­sonville­fu­ner­al­home. com.

–––––❖––––– JOSEPH JA­COB POL­LOCK, 20 years old, died Jan­uary 29, 2018. He was the son of Dr. Michael

Mar­ion Pol­lock and Mar­cia El­lis


Joe at­tended Catholic High

School for Boys and later the Univer­sity of Arkansas in Fayet­teville and in

Lit­tle Rock. While in Fayet­teville he was on the Dean’s List, the Chan­cel­lor’s List, and was in­vited and re­ceived into the Na­tional So­ci­ety of Col­le­giate Schol­ars. He was suc­cess­fully pur­su­ing a de­gree in En­gi­neer­ing.

Joe and his older brother had an in­tense in­ter­est in rock music and with friends formed a band, play­ing the bass guitar, drums, and six-string in venues around Lit­tle Rock. They played at Whitewater Tavern, Vino’s, and once at Har­vest­fest in Hill­crest for $275, they used the money for music record­ings. They played for sev­eral years un­til col­lege came along and con­sumed most of their time. Joe was also ad­ven­ture­some, some­times to a fault. He tried a ski jump on Aspen Moun­tain one time with one of his more pro­fi­cient friends and al­most landed in the ER. Skate­board­ing and trick bik­ing on his “lit­tle bike” would al­most al­ways re­sult in scrapes and scratches. He en­joyed go­ing to El Do­rado to visit his cousins and fam­ily. An avid golfer, of­ten times play­ing with his cousins but most of his en­joy­ment came from out­door hunt­ing ad­ven­tures. He loved most the duck woods with his fa­ther (but most of all his fa­vorite lab) where he would spend days ex­plor­ing on 4 wheel­ers. He went deer hunt­ing at age 14 and got a nice 8 point all by him­self. He has hiked up ev­ery moun­tain in west Pu­laski County. Joe was a truly warm­hearted per­son, was de­voted to his fam­ily, and was loved by the peo­ple close to him and to ev­ery­one that knew him.

Joe is pre­de­ceased by his ma­ter­nal grand­fa­ther, Ja­cob P. El­lis, MD, a Euro­pean theatre WWII vet­eran; and fra­ter­nal grand­mother, Eileen Buerkle Pol­lock, an English monar­chy en­thu­si­ast, he en­joyed count­less games of gin rummy with her. Joe is sur­vived by his brother, Michael Pol­lock, Jr., his un­cle, Clarence F. Pol­lock, III, aunt, Har­ri­ett Pol­lock, cousins, Wil­liam and Foster Pol­lock all from Lit­tle Rock; his un­cle, James P. El­lis, cousins, Alexan­dra and Cor­rine from El Do­rado; his aunt, Linda Crow, un­cle, Robert Crow from At­lanta; his un­cle Jack Crow­der from Ar­ling­ton, Vir­ginia.

A funeral mass will be at Our Lady of the Holy Souls Catholic Church at 2:30 p.m. Wed­nes­day, Jan­uary 31st. The fam­ily will greet friends im­me­di­ately fol­low­ing the ser­vice in the foyer of the church. Ar­range­ments un­der the di­rec­tion of Ruebel Funeral Home, www.rue­bel­fu­ner­al­home. com.

–––––❖––––– RUTH DELORES JACK­SON PRUITT, 93, of Lit­tle Rock passed away on Wed­nes­day, Jan­uary 24,

2018. She was born Septem­ber

19, 1924 in Lit­tle

Rock, Ark., to

John A. and Lillian Scott Jack­son. Ruth was pre­de­ceased by her par­ents; three sis­ters,

Lillian, He­len,

Mary El­iz­a­beth; three broth­ers,

John, Ar­ron, and Nathan; hus­band of 77 years, Benny

Pruitt; three sons, Charles

Ed­ward Pruitt,

John Nathan Pruitt, and Benjamin Leon Pruitt.

Mrs. Pruitt was ed­u­cated in the Lit­tle Rock Pub­lic schools at Bush El­e­men­tary School, Dun­bar Ju­nior/Senior High School and Dun­bar Ju­nior Col­lege. She con­tin­ued her ed­u­ca­tion by en­rolling in Phi­lan­der Smith Col­lege and grad­u­ated with a Bach­e­lor of Arts de­gree. Ad­di­tion­ally, Mrs. Pruitt re­ceived a Mas­ter of Ed­u­ca­tion de­gree from the Univer­sity of Arkansas in Fayet­teville. She didn’t stop there. She en­rolled in Oua­chita Bap­tist Univer­sity, Arkadel­phia, Ark., and grad­u­ated with a Mas­ter of Sci­ence in Ed­u­ca­tion (with em­pha­sis in read­ing). Mrs. Pruitt taught school at Carver El­e­men­tary School, For­est Heights Ju­nior High School, Phi­lan­der Smith Col­lege Up­ward Bound, and Cen­tral High School. She was a Cer­ti­fied Read­ing Spe­cial­ist, K-12. In 1990, she re­tired, af­ter 36 years of ser­vice in the pub­lic schools.

Sur­vivors in­clude her lov­ing daugh­ter, Lillian Pruitt Rut­ter (Wil­liam) of Lit­tle Rock; eight grand­chil­dren, 15 great-grand­chil­dren, two de­voted daugh­tersin-law, Caro­line Pruitt and Judy Pruitt; many nieces, neph­ews, other rel­a­tives and friends.

The fam­ily would like to thank Bap­tist Home Health Net­work, Bap­tist Emer­gency Ser­vices, as well as Dr. Jas­mine Brath­waite.

Mrs. Pruitt will be avail­able for view­ing Thurs­day, Fe­bru­ary 1, 2018, be­tween 2-6 p.m., at the Ruf­fin & Jar­rett Funeral Home, 1200 S. Ch­ester Street, Lit­tle Rock, and on Friday, Feb. 2, 2018, at 10-10:30 a.m., at Greater Archview Bap­tist Church, 1720 W. 23rd Street, Lit­tle Rock.The Cel­e­bra­tion of Life Ser­vice will be­gin at 10:30 a.m. In­ter­ment will be im­me­di­ately fol­low­ing at the Arkansas State Vet­er­ans Ceme­tery.


EARL K. RICHARD­SON, 78, of Lit­tle Rock, Ark. tran­si­tioned on Jan­uary 27,

2018. He is pre­ceded in death by his par­ents, step mother, grand par­ents, sib­lings; two sons, Charles Richard­son, Gre­gory Ledguie; grand­chil­dren: Desti­nee

Bai­ley and Earl Richard­son III.

Earl K Richard­son leaves to cher­ish his pre­cious mem­o­ries: his lov­ing wife of 33 years, Lil­lis Richard­son, chil­dren, Earl Richard­son Jr. (Am­ber), Eric Threet, Melvin Richard­son, Ver­non Barnes, Rickey Richard­son, and Mozelle Richard­son, six daugh­ters, Estella Pat­ter­son (Ray), Vicky Hen­drix, De­bra Cal­la­han (Vic­tor), Va­lerie Cheat­man, Lillian Barnes, Feli­cia Bai­ley (Char­lie); sib­lings, Wil­liam Richard­son (Edith) Charlene Jones (Joseph), Essie Clem­mons (Gary), Dora Wilkins (Richard) a host of grand­chil­dren, great-grand­chil­dren, nieces, neph­ews, cousins, and friends who will also cher­ish his lov­ing me­mory.

Fam­ily Hour: Friday, 6:15- 7:15 pm., at Robin­son Mor­tu­ary-LR. Ser­vice: Satur­day, 11 a.m., at Pil­grim Rest Mis­sion­ary Bap­tist #3, 3801 Springer Blvd., Lit­tle Rock, Ark. Ser­vices en­trusted to Robin­son Mor­tu­ary, 1201 Dr. MLK Jr. Drive (501) 371-0111. “Ser­vice You Can Trust.”

–––––❖––––– JAYCE LEE ROLLEN of Lit­tle Rock, Ark. tran­si­tioned on Jan­uary 26. He leaves to cher­ish mem­o­ries: par­ents: Frank Rollen and Ta­mara Jones; a host of other rel­a­tives and friends. Grave­side Ser­vice: Friday, 11 a.m. at Arkansas Me­mo­rial Gar­dens-Baby­land. Ser­vices en­trusted to Robin­son Mor­tu­ary, 4511 East Broad­way, North Lit­tle Rock, Ark. (501) 374-0111. “Ser­vice You Can Trust.”

–––––❖––––– HE­LEN KAY BATEY SCHAE­FER, 70 passed away on Jan­uary 27, 2018 at Hospice Home Care in Lit­tle Rock, Ark. sur­rounded by loved ones. He­len was born De­cem­ber 9, 1947 in Blytheville, Ark. to Thelma and Bill Batey.

She was pre­ceded in death by her par­ents, Thelma and Bill Batey; broth­ers, Her­bert Batey, Billy Ray Batey, Jessie Louis Batey; sis­ters, Shirley Hawthorn and Eva Jo Weir. She is sur­vived by her lov­ing com­pan­ion, David Huff­man of the home; two sons, Bobby Phillips of Mis­soula, Mont., Shep (Erin) Schae­fer of Tal­la­has­see, Fla.; two daugh­ters, Jean­nie (Mark) Blaney of Nokomis, Fla., So­nia Schae­fer of Tal­la­has­see, Fla.; step­son, Adam Huff­man of Par­adise, Calif.; five grand­chil­dren; eight great-grand­chil­dren; two sis­ters, Cathey (Ron) McCul­lough of He­ber Springs, Becky (Joe) Wy­land of Poc­a­hon­tas; one brother, Doyle (Deb­o­rah) Batey of Beebe, Ark.; along with many neph­ews and nieces.

Visi­ta­tion will be Thurs­day, Fe­bru­ary 1, 2018 from 1-2 p.m. at McNabb Funeral Home Chapel with a funeral ser­vice im­me­di­ately fol­low­ing at 2 p.m. with Doyle Batey of­fi­ci­at­ing. Burial will fol­low in Gravesville Ceme­tery.

–––––❖––––– NANCY ANN STER­LING, 46, of Lit­tle Rock, Ark. tran­si­tioned on Jan­uary 25,

2018. She was pre­ceded in death by: mother, Pa­tri­cia (Bar­ron) Palmer; brother, Aaron

Har­ris Palmer; grand­mother,

Lil­lie Mae Alexan­der.

Nancy leaves to cher­ish mem­o­ries: hus­band, Ron­ald Ster­ling; chil­dren, Bran­don Ster­ling, Sha’Kiem Ster­ling, Deme­terius Ster­ling and Christo­pher Ster­ling; fa­ther, Jerry M. (Fred­die) Palmer; sib­lings, Mar­cus and An­thony Palmer and Chenika Palmer; two spe­cial nieces, Shala Palmer and Tay­lor Sur­ratt and a host of un­cles, aunts, fam­ily and friends.

Fam­ily Hour: Friday, 5-6 p.m. at Robin­son Mor­tu­ary-Lit­tle Rock. Funeral: Satur­day, 1 p.m. at St. Peter’s Rock Bap­tist Church, 10914 French­men Moun­tain Road, Cato, Ark. Ser­vices en­trusted to Robin­son Mor­tu­ary, 1201 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Drive, Lit­tle Rock, Ark. (501) 3710111. “Ser­vice You Can Trust.”


ELLA PER­RENE CRAW­LEY VAIL passed away peace­fully on Jan­uary 28, 2018, at the age of 94.

She is sur­vived by her daugh­ter, Jan­ice Vail

Walther (Larry), of Lit­tle Rock; daugh­ters-in­law, Tammy Vail of Chat­tanooga, Ten­nessee and

Tiny Vail of Eu­dora, Arkansas; grand­chil­dren, Ge­orge W. “Bill” Walther (Tammy) of Lit­tle Rock; Don C. Vail of Austin, Texas; Amanda Walther Carswell (Justin) of Bran­son, Mis­souri; and Joy Vail Guil­ford (Brad), of Knoxville, Ten­nessee; great-grand­chil­dren, Will and Luke Walther; Evie, Jack, John, Scott and James Carswell; and Charis and Cai Guil­ford; sib­lings, Jen­nis­teen Washam of Bas­trop, Louisiana; Avis Har­rel­son of War­ren, Arkansas; Robert Craw­ley of Lit­tle Rock; Carolyn Sue Breazeal War­ring­ton (Joe) of Clifton, Ten­nessee; El­iz­a­beth Sharp of Arkadel­phia, Arkansas; Alex Craw­ley (Dixie) of Fair­field Bay, Arkansas; and nu­mer­ous beloved nieces and neph­ews in Arkansas, Louisiana, Ok­la­homa and Ten­nessee. Ella was pre­ceded in death by her par­ents, Alex and Velma Turner Craw­ley; her hus­band of 52 years, Wil­liam Arnold Vail, Sr.; sons, Wil­liam Arnold “Bill” Vail, Jr. and Otis Don Vail; grand­daugh­ter, Vi­vian Vail; sis­ters, Ear­lene Jack­son and Clyda Faye Craw­ley; sis­terin-law, Nell Craw­ley; and broth­ers-in-law, John Jack­son, Hudie Har­rel­son, Ge­orge Sharp, James Breazeal and Ben Washam.

Ella was born Jan­uary 21, 1924 in Wil­mot, Arkansas, the old­est of nine chil­dren. She and her sib­lings loved and cared deeply for one an­other, and the gen­er­a­tions af­ter have re­mained close. Ella rolled up her sleeves dur­ing WWII and joined the war ef­fort as a tele­graph op­er­a­tor for Mis­souri Pa­cific Rail­road while her hus­band, Arnold, was serv­ing with the U.S. Army in the Pa­cific Cam­paign. She worked over 25 years at Su­pe­rior Uni­form Group. Her kitchen was al­ways warm with the smell of her fa­mous bis­cuits and home­made jelly and pre­serves, and she served them gra­ciously to count­less vis­i­tors and house­guests who found them­selves in need of a place to feel at home. She was an ex­pert lis­tener and made each one of her chil­dren and grand­chil­dren feel like her fa­vorite. Ella com­mit­ted her life to Christ as a child and faith­fully served the Lord through­out, de­vot­ing 75 years to teach­ing Sun­day School at her home churches of First Bap­tist of Park­dale, Arkansas, then later, Geyer Springs Bap­tist in Lit­tle Rock. She was a farmer’s wife, a de­voted mother and a trea­sured friend.

Please join the fam­ily for a cel­e­bra­tion of her life, Satur­day, Fe­bru­ary 3 at 2 p.m. in the chapel at Lit­tle Rock Funeral Home, 8801 Knoedl Ct. (NW cor­ner I-630 and Bar­row Rd.). Visi­ta­tion will pre­cede the ser­vice, be­gin­ning at 1 p.m. The Grave­side ser­vice will be Sun­day, Fe­bru­ary 4 at 1 p.m. at Park­dale Ceme­tery in Park­dale, Arkansas (Ash­ley County).

In lieu of flow­ers, the fam­ily re­quests memo­ri­als be made in Ella’s name to the Senior Min­istries at Geyer Springs First Bap­tist Church, P.O. Box 31510, Lit­tle Rock, Ark. 72260. Ar­range­ments by Lit­tle Rock Funeral Home, (501) 224-2200. Ella’s on­line guest­book may be signed at www.lit­tle­rock­fu­ner­al­home.com.

–––––❖––––– Re­tired Colonel DAU­RICE CORDELL VEST, 85, of North Lit­tle Rock, Arkansas, died peace­fully on Sun­day, Jan­uary 29, 2018 at the Arkansas

State Vet­eran’s

Home, He­roes 3.

D. C. is sur­vived by his wife, Ilse Vest, Sher­wood, Ark., daugh­ters Theresa (Floyd, Jr.) Jones, Den­ver, N.C., and Carol Grif­fin, Mar­ion, Ark., son, Ron­ald (Jackie) Vest, Mam­moth Spring, Ark., step chil­dren, Gale McVicker, Gary (Donna) Col­lier, and Rose (Allen) Sykes, Sher­wood, Ark. and many lov­ing grand­chil­dren, great-grand­chil­dren, and ex­tended fam­ily.

Visi­ta­tion will be from 6 un­til 8 p.m. at Grif­fin Leggett Rest Hills Funeral Home on Mon­day, Fe­bru­ary 5. Funeral ser­vices will be at 9:30 a.m. on Tues­day, Fe­bru­ary 6, at the funeral home with in­ter­ment to fol­low at Arkansas State Vet­eran’s Ceme­tery at 11 a.m. To of­fer con­do­lences and sign the Guest­book, go to www. griffin­legget­tresthills.com.


The Renowned Mother, Na­tional Evan­ge­list, Lov­ing Wife, Mother LOT­TIE

M. WALKER, 91 de­parted this life Jan­uary 27,

2018. She was pre­ceded in death by the late Bishop L. T.

Walker Sr.

Mother L.

Walker was a men­tor to many and a phi­lan­thropist. She served the Church of God in Christ as the Ju­ris­dic­tional Bishop’s Wife for 43 years and as a Pas­tor’s wife for 60 years. She was also a na­tional Evan­ge­list, Min­is­ter of Music, District Mis­sion­ary, Re­gional Evan­ge­list Elect-Lady, and a prayer war­rior. She was a found­ing mem­ber of Walker’s Tem­ple Church of God in Christ and a ra­dio per­son­al­ity for many years. She ded­i­cated her life to the min­istry of feed­ing the hun­gry and win­ning souls. “Ooh wee I’ve got a right to praise him”, was her motto that she shaped her life by.

Mother Walker leaves to cher­ish her me­mory: chil­dren, Su­per­in­ten­dent L.T. (Mrs. San­dra) Walker Jr., Ly­dia T. Walker of Al­bany, Ga., Dr. Letha T. (Su­per­in­ten­dent Ger­ald) Walker-Richard­son, Lisa T. Walker, M. Ed., Archie (Marie) Lee Walker Jr., Min­is­ter Caleb E. (Lon­naika) Walker; sib­lings, Mr. Wil­lie B. (Pauline) Jones of Pomona, CA, Is­sac Jones of Louisiana, Linda Mad­kin of Pine Bluff, Ark., and He­len Hawkins of West Mem­phis, Ark.; nine grand­chil­dren, four great-grand­chil­dren, and a host of fam­ily and friends.

Fam­ily Hour: Friday, 6-8 p.m. Cel­e­bra­tion of Life: Satur­day, 11 a.m., both at Holy Tem­ple Cathe­dral Church of God in Christ, 1322 South Pu­laski Street, Lit­tle Rock;

Bishop Jewel R. Withers Jr. of­fi­ci­at­ing. Ser­vices en­trusted to Robin­son Mor­tu­ary, 1201 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Drive (501) 3710111. “Ser­vice You Can Trust.”

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