Obit­u­ar­ies

Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette - - NORTHWEST ARKANSAS - OBIT­U­AR­IES In­for­ma­tion for the obit­u­ar­ies and fu­neral no­tices be­low was sup­plied to the Arkansas Demo­crat-Gazette Ad­ver­tis­ing De­part­ment by fu­neral homes. For more in­for­ma­tion in­clud­ing cost and dead­lines con­tact the ad­ver­tis­ing de­part­ment at (501) 378-3

BEN­TONVILLE — David W. Dudey, 94, of Ben­tonville, Ark., died Thurs­day, Dec. 8, 2016, at North­west Med­i­cal Cen­ter in Ben­tonville. He was born July 8, 1922, in Mil­wau­kee, Wis., the son of Gwen­dolyn and Ru­dolph Dudey.

David served in the United States Army 78th Divi­sion dur­ing WWII. He was the Chap­ter Leader for the John Birch So­ci­ety and ac­tive in the Amer­i­can Le­gion. David en­joyed read­ing, maps, and play­ing Bridge. He was pre­ceded in death by his par­ents, one brother, Paul. David was sur­vived by his wife of 69 years, Shirley Dudey, un­til Jan­uary 12, 2017.

Shirley B. Dudey, 89, of Ben­tonville, Ark., died Thurs­day, Jan. 12, 2017, at Brad­ford House Nurs­ing and Rehabilitation Cen­ter in Ben­tonville. She was born Dec. 30, 1927, in Fond du Lac, Wis., the daugh­ter of Cor­nelius “Neal” Benoy and Grace Benoy.

Shirley was a self- ti­tled “Fuller Brush Man” and Avon sales­per­son, at­tended Ripon Col­lege where she met her hus­band of 69 years, David W. Dudey, and served for three terms on the Lodi, Wis­con­sin, School Dis­trict Board of Ed­u­ca­tion.

Shirley en­joyed read­ing, sewing, mak­ing greet­ing cards for church and oth­ers, vol­un­teer­ing with the Bella Vista Toy and Cloth­ing Project, and play­ing Bridge. She was pre­ceded in death by her hus­band, David W. Dudey, her par­ents.

David and Shirley were mem­bers of First Chris­tian Church of Rogers, Ark., and the Dis­ci­ples’ Sun­day School Class for many years. They were pre­ceded in death by two daugh­ters, Bar­bara and Joan, and one son, Ge­orge. David and Shirley are sur­vived by one nephew, Jeff Dudey, of Las Ve­gas, Nev.

A me­mo­rial ser­vice will be held at First Chris­tian Church, 905 S. 13th Street, Rogers, Ark., at 1:30 p.m. on Sun­day, Jan. 22, 2017. Do­na­tions in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Dudey may be made to the First Chris­tian Church (Rogers, Ark.), John Birch So­ci­ety, Ripon Col­lege (Ripon, Wis.) or the Amer­i­can Le­gion. Ar­range­ments by Ept­ing Fu­neral Home Ben­tonville. Con­do­lences: www.ept­ing­fu­ner­al­home.webs.com.

CHARLESTON— Lav­erne Sto­vall of Charleston died Jan. 11, 2017, at age 70. Rosary ser­vices: 7 p.m., Fri­day, Jan. 13, 2017, at Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic Church in Mor­ri­son Bluff. Fu­neral ser­vice: 10 a.m., Satur­day at Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic Church by Roller Fu­neral Home in Paris. On­line obit­u­ary www.roller­fu­ner­al­homes.com/paris.

FAYETTEVILLE — Khach Van Nguyen passed away on Tues­day, Jan. 10, 2017, at age 72. He was born on Jan. 1, 1945, in the prov­ince of Kien Giang, South Viet­nam, and im­mi­grated to the United States in April of 1975. He served in the Viet­namese Navy along­side the U.S. Navy. Khach is sur­vived by his wife, Nguyen Thi A, his son, Don, his three daugh­ters, Elsie, Anna, Kathy, and his four grand­chil­dren. To place an on­line trib­ute visit www.moores­fu­ner­alchapel.com.

FAYETTEVILLE — Faye Louise Os­burn, 88, a res­i­dent of Fayetteville, Ark., passed away Wed­nes­day, Jan. 11, 2017, at her home. She was born Aug. 28, 1928, in Salt Lake City, Utah, the daugh­ter of Ge­orge Devine and Ce­cil Faye Taylor.

She was a life long mem­ber of the Church of Je­sus Christ of Lat­ter-day Saints where she served in many ca­pac­i­ties in­clud­ing wife of the bishop for 20-plus years, food stor­age co­or­di­na­tor and re­lief so­ci­ety pres­i­dent.

She at­tended Sk­agit Val­ley Com­mu­nity Col­lege in Mt. Ver­non, Wash., and grad­u­ated from the Uni­ver­sity of Arkansas in 1992 with a de­gree in his­tory. Her name is on a brick at the Uni­ver­sity of Arkansas side­walk east of Old Main.

She worked for the Wash­ing­ton County School dis­trict as a sub­sti­tute teacher. In her ear­lier years, she worked at Tally Elec­tronic in Seat­tle, Camp­bell Soup in Fayetteville, Ark., and Wal- Mart where she re­tired at age 80. She was a Cub Scout master, PTA pres­i­dent and loved do­ing crafts, sewing and ceram­ics.

She was pre­ceded in death by two sons, Clyde W. Gin­nett and Frank (Don) D. Gin­nett; two grand­sons, El­liott Carl­son and El­liott Hess; two broth­ers, Bob Taylor and Don Taylor; one sis­ter, Bar­bara Bran­des. Sur­vivors in­clude her hus­band of 50 years, Robert L. Os­burn; two daugh­ters, Quita L. Stone and Wendy A. Gin­nett both of Fayetteville; two sis­ters, Dee Ford of El Do­rado, Ark., and Anne Vaughan of Merid­ian, Idaho; 70 plus grand, great grand and great-great-grand­chil­dren.

The fam­ily will re­ceive friends at the Lug­in­buel Chapel Fri­day night from 6 p.m. un­til 7 p.m. Fu­neral Ser­vice will be held 10 a.m. Satur­day, Jan. 14, 2017, at The Church of Je­sus Christ of Lat­ter-day Saints in Prairie Grove, Ark. Burial will be in the Brent­wood Ceme­tery in Winslow, Ark. No grave­side ser­vice will be held at the ceme­tery. On­line guest book, www.lug­in­buel.com.

HUNTSVILLE — Brenda (Mitchell) Lid­dell, 58, Huntsville, Ark., died Jan. 8, 2017, in Spring­dale, Ark. Sur­vivors in­clude her son, Lu­cas Lid­dell; grand­son, Liam Lid­dell; life part­ner, Doug Wil­liams; and sib­lings, Bruce Printz, Den­nis Mitchell, Donna Robin­son, and Janie Land­man. A pri­vate fam­ily me­mo­rial will be held at a later date. Share on­line con­do­lences at www.West­field­Chapel.com.

HUNTSVILLE— Sarah Ellen Napier, 90, of Huntsville died Jan. 11, 2017. Sur­vivors: sis­ter and broth­erin- law, Vida and Earl Jor­dan; sis­ter-in-law, Mary Thorn­berry, neph­ews, nieces, great-neph­ews and nieces and great-great-neph­ews and nieces. Ser­vices 10 a.m. Satur­day Bras­hears Fu­neral Home, Huntsville. In­ter­ment Combs Ceme­tery. Vis­i­ta­tion 5 to 7 p.m. Fri­day at fu­neral home.

LIT­TLE ROCK — Garry Mar­cus Koet­tel of Lit­tle Rock, Ark., de­parted this life on Wed­nes­day, Jan. 11, 2017, at the age of 62. He was born Aug. 13, 1954, in New­port, the son of Al­ton Leo “Buddy” and Ada Belle (Kirk­sey) Koet­tel.

Garry grad­u­ated from New­port High School in 1972. Fol­low­ing high school, he at­tended the Uni­ver­sity of Arkansas, earn­ing a de­gree in civil en­gi­neer­ing in 1981, fol­lowed by an MBA from Web­ster Uni­ver­sity.

Garry was a for­mer mem­ber and past pres­i­dent of the Farm­ing­ton School Board, and the Farm­ing­ton Plan­ning Com­mis­sion. He was a mem­ber of the So­ci­ety of Civil En­gi­neers. Garry en­joyed camp­ing and hik­ing, and his great­est joy was watch­ing his sons play sports, and spend­ing time with his grand­son, Grayson, and grand­daugh­ter, Amelia.

Garry was pre­ceded in death by his fa­ther, Al­ton “Buddy” Koet­tel. He is sur­vived by his wife of 36 years, Vi­vian (VanWin­kle) Koet­tel of Lit­tle Rock; his mother, Belle ( Kirk­sey) Koet­tel of North Lit­tle Rock; two sons, Gar­rett Koet­tel and wife, Grace, of Fayetteville, and Grant Koet­tel of Mem­phis; one brother, Rod­ney Koet­tel and wife, Patti, of North Lit­tle Rock; one sis­ter, Deb­bie Bow­man and hus­band, Roger, of Lit­tle Rock; two grand­chil­dren, Grayson and Amelia, along with a baby boy due in May; and sev­eral nieces and neph­ews.

A cel­e­bra­tion of life will be held Satur­day, at noon at the Rem­mel Church, with vis­i­ta­tion fol­low­ing. Hon­orary pall­bear­ers are his neph­ews, Ryan Bow­man, Pey­ton Bow­man, Jay Gram­ling, Jef­fery Gram­ling, Hunter Woods, Tyler Koet­tel, and Seth Koet­tel.

Memo­ri­als may be made to the Cen­tral Arkansas Li­brary Sys­tem, 100 South Rock Street, Lit­tle Rock, Ark., 72201. To light a me­mo­rial can­dle, leave a mes­sage of con­do­lence, or sign the guest reg­is­ter, please visit our web­site at www.jack­sonsfh.com. Ar­range­ments by Jack­son’s New­port Fu­neral Home.

ROGERS — Dolores Frances Cook, 87, of Rogers passed away Satur­day, Jan. 7. She was born May 4, 1929, in Wi­chita, Kan., to the late Mar­ion Paul Hamil­ton and Nel­lie Faye Hutchens Hamil­ton.

For 50 years she was the lov­ing wife of Wil­liam Earl “Bill” Cook who pre­ceded her. While her chil­dren were young, she en­joyed the life of a homemaker, sewing, quilt­ing, be­ing a den mother and was trea­surer and an ac­tive mem­ber of Ex­ten­sion Homemak­ers Club for over 50 years. Her ac­tive life in­cluded play­ing bridge, rep­re­sent­ing Wel­come Wagon for 18 years and serv­ing as church sec­re­tary, pi­anist and or­gan­ist. She was a mem­ber of First Chris­tian Church of Rogers and the Red Hat So­ci­ety.

In ad­di­tion to her par­ents and hus­band, she was also pre­ceded by her sib­lings, Mar­ian Hamil­ton Fin­lay, Richard Hamil­ton and David Hamil­ton; a son, Barry Cook and a grand­son, Steven Cook. Sur­vivors in­clude her chil­dren, Brian Cook of Rogers, Wil­liam “Bill” Cook ( Sharon) and Bruce Cook (Ge­or­gia) of Fayetteville; her grand­chil­dren, Shawn Cook, Am­ber Cook, Sheri Cook McEn­tire, Rachel Cook Holt and Melissa Cook Mash­burn; great grand­chil­dren, Jame­son Cook, Isabel Cook, Kay­ley Cook, Anica Cook McEn­tire, Kay­dence Cook McEn­tire, Zoey Holt, Der­rick Mash­burn, Kait­lyn Mash­burn and Emily Mash­burn; nieces, April, Am­ber, Ch­eryl, Sharon, Rita, Kathy and Sherry; neph­ews, Dar­rell and Mickey as well as nu­mer­ous friends and her church fam­ily.

Her fu­neral will be at 10 a.m. to­mor­row, Satur­day, Jan. 14, 2017, in First Chris­tian Church (Dis­ci­ples of Christ) of Rogers. Ar­range­ments are un­der the care of Rollins Fu­neral Home in Rogers. www.RollinsFuneral.com.

SPRING­DALE — Hazel Bur­nett, 87, of Spring­dale died Jan. 11, 2017. Sur­vivors: son, Ken­neth Dale Bur­nett, daugh­ters, Joyce Ann (Jack) Deaton, El­iz­a­beth Jane ( James) Jones, Claris June (Car­mon) Watkins, He­len Vir­ginia (Duane) Moore; sis­ter, grand­chil­dren, great-grand­chil­dren, great-great-grand­chil­dren. Ser­vices 2 p. m. Satur­day, Bras­hears Fu­neral Home chapel. www.bras­hears­fu­ner­al­home.net Huntsville. Pri­vate in­ter­ment Cap­tain Smith Ceme­tery.

SPRING­DALE — Billy Fred Jones, 70, Spring­dale, Ark., died Jan. 10, 2017, in Fayet teville. He was born Oct. 31, 1946, in Black Fork, Ark. He was a vet­eran of the U.S. Army. Sur­vivors in­clude his chil­dren, Calvin Jones, Kevin Jones, Dean Jones; his sib­lings, Shirley Staggs, Robert Jones, and Pam Pip­kin. A me­mo­rial will be held at a later date. On­line con­do­lences: www.West­field­Chapel.com.

SPRING DALE— Je­sus Pena- Mi­randa, 80, of Spring­dale died Jan. 12, 2017, in Spring­dale. He was born Aug. 22, 1936, to Fer­min Peña and Luciana Mi­randa in Mex­ico. Sur­vivors in­clude his wife, Maria; sons: Pe­dro, Fer­nando, Car­los, and Ernesto; daugh­ters: Felic­i­tas, Reyna, and Adri­ana; 21 grand­chil­dren; and many friends and rel­a­tives. Con­do­lences: www.ept­ing­fu­ner­al­home.webs.com.

SPRING­DALE — Gene W. Smith, age 74, of Spring­dale, passed away Jan. 11, 2017. He was born and raised in Wash­ing­ton state.

He is sur­vived by his wife Jean of the home; one son, Gene Smith of Dal­las, Texas, one daugh­ter, Gina Wright and hus­band Justin of Spring­dale; one grand­daugh­ter, Hai­ley and two step-grand­chil­dren, Jack and Paige all of Spring­dale; one sis­ter, De­bra Scharer and hus­band Robert of Wash­ing­ton state; and nu­mer­ous other rel­a­tives in Wash­ing­ton state; and brother and sis­ters-In­law in Mis­sis­sippi and Ten­nessee.

No ser­vices are sched­uled at this time. Cre­ma­tion ar­range­ments were un­der the di­rec­tion of Me­mo­rial Fu­neral Home, 3926 Wil­lowood Av­enue, Spring­dale, Ark., 72762. On­line con­do­lences may be made to www.memo­ri­alfh­spring­dale.com.

SPRING­DALE — Sarah Grif­fin, 44, of Spring­dale died Thurs­day at North­west Med­i­cal in Spring­dale. Sur­vivors: hus­band; Wes­ley Grif­fin, son; James Grif­fin, of Spring­dale, daugh­ter; Kris­ten Grif­fin, of Spring­dale, step-daugh­ter; Vanessa Col­lier, of Texas, her mother; Net­tie Ea­gle, of Spring­dale, three broth­ers, sis­ter, five grand­chil­dren. Ar­range­ments by Ept­ing Fu­neral Home Fayetteville. Con­do­lences: www. ept­ing­fu­ner­al­home.webs.com.

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