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Democrat-Gazette Ad­ver­tis­ing Depart­ment by fu­neral homes. For more in­for­ma­tion in­clud­ing cost and dead­lines con­tact the ad­ver­tis­ing depart­ment at (501) 378-3889.


Sa­muel Hayes Ruckle, in­fant son of Blake and Kayla Ruckle, was born on Sun­day, July 9, 2017, at 1:57 a.m. and went home to be with Je­sus on Sun­day night.

Sa­muel was named for God, and now he gets to be with Him. For four years, his par­ents prayed for a son, and they were blessed to hold him for as long as they did. He is, and al­ways will be, deeply loved.

He is sur­vived by his par­ents; his sis­ter, Keely Grace Ruckle; grand­par­ents, Rob and Misty Ruckle, Sandy McDon­ald, Robert McDon­ald; great-grand­par­ents, Bob and Jean Ruckle, Mar­garet and Wayne Pat­tillo, Karen and Bobby Ste­wart, Phil Miner, Frances McDon­ald; aunts Mor­gan Ruckle, Ni­cole McDon­ald; un­cles, Steven McDon­ald, Ja­cob McDon­ald; and a large, lov­ing ex­tended fam­ily.

A fu­neral ser­vice will be held at 10 a.m. on Fri­day, July 14 at Hunt Chapel on the grounds of Pin­na­cle Memo­rial Gar­dens. Burial will fol­low in that ceme­tery.

“I prayed for this child, and the Lord has granted me what I asked of him.” – 1 Sa­muel 1:27.


Dean “Flash” Ivie is now 6 foot 5…don­ning his steel toe, tapped, gen­uine leather Acme Boots; rolled up Levi 501’s; crew cut hair slicked back with Tiger Balm; danc­ing the pep­per­mint twist and high fiv­ing into Heaven.

Gary was born pre­ma­turely on Aug. 9, 1944, to C.D. and Na­dine (Sha­han) Ivie, thus re­sult­ing in his life­long bondage of cere­bral palsy. He proudly grad­u­ated high school in 1964 with a whole lot of en­cour­age­ment, shenani­gans, and love from his class­mates earn­ing the nick­name “Flash.”

Gary was a mem­ber of South­ern Heights Bap­tist Church, I.O.O.F., Ber­ryville Lodge No. 82 and Kingston Lodge No. 116. He was proud to visit with Bill Clin­ton on two oc­ca­sions and was sad his girl, Hil­lary, didn’t win. Gary loved to read the Bi­ble, watch CNN and any­thing on the His­tory Chan­nel. He had a life­long af­fair with Vi­enna sausage, egg salad, yel­low cakes with choco­late frost­ing, cot­tage cheese, and Pepsi (with a straw).

Gary had a great dis­dain for phoni­ness, loved to talk pol­i­tics, was quick wit­ted and would laugh at your jokes be­fore you started telling them.

He was pre­ceded in death by his fa­ther, Cargile Dewey Ivie. Gary is sur­vived by his mother, Na­dine Ivie, of Ber­ryville, sib­lings, Mava Fout of Spring­field, Mo., David Ivie and spouse, Lisa, of Rogers, Ark., Pat Jones of Springdale, Ark.; C.D. Ivie of Lit­tle Rock, Ark., Gail DeWeese and spouse, Bill, of Ber­ryville; and adored by nu­mer­ous nieces, neph­ews, and other rel­a­tives and many friends.

Gary’s dad, Cargile, built their house on Free­man street for the pur­pose that he could walk to school and church. He re­ceived his last ride down Free­man street on Satur­day night.

If his fam­ily has ever been sure of any­thing it is this, Gary was sent here on this Earth to work through us to in­spire oth­ers, to change peo­ple, to open peo­ple’s hearts to end­less pos­si­bil­i­ties, to in­spire hope and heal­ing. The fam­ily would like to thank any­one that ever gave “Flash” a ride from Poynor’s Drug Store, the Main The­atre, or Wil­son’s TV. He ap­pre­ci­ated your pa­tience and time. The fam­ily would like to give thanks to the staff at Au­tumn Hills Nurs­ing Home and Mercy Hos­pi­tal, where he re­ceived such love, peace, and re­spect.

Fu­neral ser­vice was at 10:00 a.m., Wed­nes­day, July 12, 2017, at the Charles M. Nel­son Memo­rial Chapel, Ber­ryville with Pas­tor Alan Brown of­fi­ci­at­ing. In­ter­ment fol­lowed the ser­vice in the Ber­ryville Memo­rial Park Ceme­tery, Ber­ryville, Ark., un­der the di­rec­tion of Nel­son Fu­neral Ser­vice. Memo­rial do­na­tions may be made to Arkansas Chil­dren’s Hos­pi­tal Foun­da­tion, P.O. Box 2222, Lit­tle Rock, Ark., 72203-9984, or the Ber­ryville Com­mu­nity Restora­tion Project, P.O. Box 367, Ber­ryville, Ark. On­line con­do­lences may be sent to the fam­ily at nel­son­fu­

ELKINS — Pat sy

Berniece Wil­son, 71, of Elkins, Ark., passed away Tues­day, July 11, 2017, at the Peachtree Vil­lage in Farm­ing­ton, Ark.

Patsy was born on June 5, 1946, in Stigler, Okla., a daugh­ter of Adol­phus Wil­son and Gueilda Delk Wil­son. She was a re­tired so­cial worker for the Arkansas Head Start Pro­gram. She en­joyed gar­den­ing, flow­ers, and crafts in­clud­ing paint­ing, garage sales and hav­ing fun at a casino. She was a Bap­tist with a very firm Chris­tian faith. She loved spend­ing time with her grand­daugh­ter Gra­cie and was known to many as be­ing a great and kind per­son.

She is sur­vived by two sons, Alex and wife Marie Blake­more of Elkins, Ark., and Brian and wife Melissa Blake­more of Farm­ing­ton, Ark. three daugh­ters Lisa and hus­band Howard McCoy of Springdale, Lori and hus­band Shan­nan Mose­ley of Low­ell and Ginger Thomas of Springdale; one brother, Leon and wife Donna Wil­son of West Siloam Springs, Okla.; five grand­chil­dren, Sum­mer and hus­band Brandon Wind­ham, Des­tiny and hus­band Vic­tor San­doval, Al­lyn Blake­more, Isaac Hall and Gra­cie Blake­more; five and half great- grand­chil­dren, Crei­den Qualls, Tray­ton Qualls, Jo­vanne San­doval, Way­lon Blake­more, Brian San­doval and one bless­ing on the way. She was pre­ceded in death by one son, Roy Allen Blake­more and her sis­ter, Velda Louise Burrell.

Fu­neral ser­vices will be held at the Back­strom- Pyeatte Chapel at 2 p. m. on Fri­day, July 14, 2017. Pas­tor Jack Gra­ham will of­fi­ci­ate the ser­vice with burial be­ing held at the Wil­son Ceme­tery un­der the di­rec­tion of the Back­strom-Pyeatte Fu­neral Home of Springdale. To sign the on­line guest book, visit www.back­


Mary El­iz­a­beth “Beth” ( Cald­well) Manire

Short, aged 96, died peace­fully July 11 at Brighton Ridge Nurs­ing Home, Eureka Springs, Ark. Beth was born May 8, 1921, in Hen­ri­etta, Texas, the daugh­ter of Frank E. and Zelda Faye (Jones) Cald­well.

Beth had a mu­si­cal up­bring­ing play­ing pi­ano, French horn, trum­pet, cello, pic­colo and Scotch bari­tone. One of the high­lights in her teen years was trav­el­ing and play­ing in the Kel­ties all girl march­ing band. She was also ac­tive in the­ater play­ing the lead in many plays in high school.

While at­tend­ing Ok­la­homa City Univer­sity she met the love of her life, Hu­bert B. Manire whom she mar­ried in 1940. They had four chil­dren to­gether, Larry, Bryan, Jane and Steve. They set­tled in Ok­la­homa City while Hu­bert had a ca­reer in the YMCA but moved to Cor­pus Christi, Texas, in 1957 to con­tinue Y work.

In Cor­pus Christi, Beth de­vel­oped a life-long in­ter­est in per­form­ing as a clown named Snookey. She has brought much joy and laugh­ter to many peo­ple at pa­rades, hos­pi­tals, nurs­ing homes, par­ties, fes­ti­vals and the like.

Af­ter an­other move to Mil­wau­kee, Wis., for Y work, Beth and Hu­bert changed ca­reers and moved to Hot Springs, Ark., to build KOA camp­grounds in Hot Springs and Lit­tle Rock. Re­tir­ing from suc­cess­ful camp­ing ca­reers, they moved to Rogers, Ark., where she founded the Ar­kee Malar­kee Clown Al­ley and was ac­tive in the First Methodist Church. Af­ter Hu­bert’s death in 1986, Beth mar­ried re­tired Col. Harold Short, the fa­ther of a fel­low clown. Af­ter Harold’s death in 1996 Beth moved to Eureka Springs to be near her chil­dren.

She was a mem­ber of the First United Methodist Church of Eureka Springs, chair­man of the board for sev­eral years, an ac­tive vol­un­teer for the Eureka Springs Hos­pi­tal Guild, Peo­ple Help­ing Peo­ple and Help Hos­pi­tal­ized Vet­er­ans.

Beth is sur­vived by her four chil­dren, her sis­ter Rose Ann (Cald­well) Davis of Hot Springs, Ark., nine grand­chil­dren, and seven great-grand­chil­dren, and Harold’s chil­dren Joe, Jewel, Ron and Judy.

A memo­rial ser­vice will be held at First United Methodist Church of Eureka Springs on July 30 at 2 p.m. with re­cep­tion to fol­low. Beth’s ashes will be in­terred aside Hu­bert’s at Crestview Ceme­tery, Hot Springs, Ark. In lieu of flow­ers, memo­rial do­na­tions can be sent in her name to the church at 195 Huntsville Road, Eureka Springs, Ark., 72632, (479) 253-8987.

Beth re­quests that, in mem­ory of her, you “laugh long and heartily. Re­mem­ber that laugh­ter is heal­ing.”


Gertrude Adel DesGouttes,

age 88, of Fayet­teville, aka, Miss G, Gerts, or Ger­tie, passed away peace­fully at home on Fri­day morn­ing, July 7, 2017. She was born on June 18, 1929, in West­more­land, Ja­maica, to Marty and Louise Reynolds.

She was pre­ceded in death by her hus­band, Ignatius and her son, Alexis DesGouttes; her sis­ter, Rose Reynolds; and her four broth­ers, Zachariah, Regi­nald, Per­ci­val, and Stan­ley Reynolds.

Gertrude lived the first half of her life in Ja­maica. There she mar­ried and with her hus­band, raised her three chil­dren, and took care of other fam­ily mem­bers and any­one else who needed her help. She also had a suc­cess­ful re­tail ca­reer work­ing for FW Wool­worth & Co., from where she re­tired af­ter 27+ years of ser­vice.

When her hus­band Ignatius died, she made the de­ci­sion to move to the U. S. With her youngest daugh­ter Karen they joined her old­est daugh­ter Con­stance (Con­nie) and her hus­band in North Mi­ami Beach, Fla. Once set­tled in her new home, she started the next phase of her life. She stud­ied and be­came a li­censed CNA and worked un­til her sec­ond re­tire­ment at age 65.

Af­ter re­tire­ment, she be­gan trav­el­ing with her youngest daugh­ter Karen, and they both went wher­ever Karen’s job took them. Their first stop was Cal­i­for­nia. They lived in Ca­mar­illo for nearly six years where Gertrude be­came a very ac­tive mem­ber of Padre Sierra Catholic Church. She left many great and dear friends be­hind and they were all sad to see her go.

The next and fi­nal stop was Fayet­teville, Ark., nearly 14 years ago. She be­came a mem­ber of St. Joseph Catholic Church, and al­though not as ac­tive as she would like to be, due to de­clin­ing health, she was still known and loved. As she trav­elled, Gertrude made many dear friends. No one she met ever re­mained a stranger. She treated ev­ery­one with kind­ness, com­pas­sion and re­spect and made a last­ing im­pres­sion wher­ever she went and with any­one she met. She lived a spir­i­tual and re­mark­able life and has now as­cended into the hands of the Lord where she will be for­ever watch­ing and pray­ing over all her fam­ily and friends.

She is sur­vived by two daugh­ters, Con­nie Khaleel and hus­band Ty­rone of Plan­ta­tion, Fla., and Karen DesGouttes of Fayet­teville, Ark.; one brother, Uten Reynolds of Kingston, Ja­maica; four grand­chil­dren, Julie Ur­baez and hus­band Kiko (Florida), Giselle Wal­ton and hus­band Ja­son (Florida), Kathy-Ann Desgouttes (Florida), and Tad Desgouttes (Ge­or­gia); eight great-grand­chil­dren, Rolando Rosa, Sierra and Is­abella Ur­baez, Raquel, Blake, and Brooke Wal­ton, and Dean and Laithen Nevins; two great- great- grand­chil­dren, Dy­lan and Olivia Rosa; her two lov­ing, ram­bunc­tious dogs, Max and Jill; and many ex­tended fam­ily mem­bers in Ja­maica and across the US.

A cel­e­bra­tion of life memo­rial ser­vice will be held on Satur­day, July 15, 2017, at 1 p.m. at St. Joseph Catholic Church, 1722 N. Starr Drive, Fayet­teville, Ark., 72701. To sign the on­line guest book please visit www.nel­son­ Ar­range­ments are un­der the di­rec­tion of Nel­son-Berna Fu­neral Home and Cre­ma­tory of Fayet­teville.


Veda Mae Mo­ran, 77-yearold res­i­dent of Fayet­teville, Ark., died July 11, 2017, in Fayet­teville. Born Dec. 27, 1939, in Farm­ing­ton, Ark., she was the daugh­ter of Al­bert Teague and Terella Smith Teague.

Veda was a life­long res­i­dent of Northwest Arkansas. She worked as a sec­re­tary for Cit­i­zen’s Laun­dro­mat in Fayet­teville for many years. Later she worked for Washington Re­gional Hospice. Veda was of the Bap­tist faith. She loved to spend time gar­den­ing. Veda re­ally en­joyed spend­ing time with her fam­ily and friends.

She was pre­ceded in death by her par­ents. She is sur­vived by one son, Terry Robert­son and fi­ancee, To­nia McKin­nie of Farm­ing­ton, Ark.; four grand­chil­dren, Chris Robert­son, Erica Robert­son-Thomas, Cody McKin­nie, and Jerad McKin­nie; two great grand­chil­dren, Alex Thomas and Car­son McKin­nie; two sis­ters, Vera Lee, and Gra­tia Er­win; and one brother, Gean Teague.

Memo­rial ser­vices will be 1 p. m., Satur­day, July 15, 2017, at Was­son Fu­neral Home, Siloam Springs, Ark., with Chap­lain Char­lie Brown of­fi­ci­at­ing. To sign the on­line guest­book, visit www.was­son­fu­neral


Ray­mond A Phipps, 86, of Fayet­teville passed away at home July 10, 2017. He was born Dec. 24, 1930, to Earl and Grace Phipps.

Ray­mond grad­u­ated from Prairie Grove in 1949 and served hon­or­ably in the U.S. Navy.

He was pre­ceded in death by his wife Deena Cowan Phipps. Ray­mond is sur­vived by four sons and their wives, Tony and Donna, Mike and Dar­lene, Scott and Joni, Danny and Deb­bie, a daugh­ter and her hus­band, Tammy and Brad Wet­zel, a sis­ter, Mary Camp­bell, eight grand­chil­dren, and 15 great-grand­chil­dren.

Grave­side ser­vice will be held at 10:30 a.m. Satur­day, July 15, 2017, at Weddington Ceme­tery. In lieu of flow­ers, please make do­na­tions to the Savoy Com­mu­nity Build­ing Fund in care of 181 Neal St., Farm­ing­ton, Ark., 72730. Con­do­lences: www.ept­ing­fu­neral

HAR­RI­SON — James

Mathis, age 53, of Har­ri­son, died Tues­day, July 11, 2017. Grave­side ser­vice is 1 p.m., Satur­day, July 15, 2017, at Sum­mers Ceme­tery, Har­ri­son, un­der the di­rec­tion of Roller-Chris­te­son Fu­neral Home. James’ fa­ther, Bill Mathis; and his sis­ters, Brenda Mathis and Lynda Taylor, sur­vive him. On­line Guest­book: roller fu­ner­al­­ri­son.


Nick­o­las Blake Burris, 19, of Huntsville, died July 8, 2017. Sur­vivors: par­ents, James Burris and Melissa Burris; broth­ers, Brian and Dakota Burris; sis­ter, Des­ta­nee Cain; grand­mother, Ber­nice Cain. Ser­vices 2 p.m. Fri­day, Liv­ing Wa­ter Bap­tist Church-Huntsville. In­ter­ment Wit­ter Ceme­tery by Bras­hears Fu­neral Home- Huntsville www. bras­hears­fu­ner­al­ Vis­i­ta­tion: 6-8 p.m. Thurs­day.

PARIS — Bar­bara Ann

Birk­head Arndt, born Dec. 26, 1936, in New Blaine, Ark., to the late Lin­dell and Ina (White) Birk­head, passed away Tues­day, July 11, 2017, in Paris, Ark., af­ter a lengthy bat­tle with can­cer.

She was a 1954 grad­u­ate of Paris High School and a 1958 grad­u­ate of Arkansas Tech Univer­sity. She was a re­tired el­e­men­tary teacher hav­ing taught for 32 years. She taught in North Lit­tle Rock, Fort Smith, Charleston, Ozark, Ben­ton and Paris, Ark., also in Sand Springs, Okla., and Fort Ben­ning, Ga.

She was a life-long mem­ber of First Chris­tian Church of Paris and mem­ber of Arkansas Re­tired Teach­ers As­so­ci­a­tion. On Oct. 9, 1965, she mar­ried Richard Arndt in Fort Smith, Ark.

She is sur­vived by Richard, her hus­band of 52 years, a daugh­ter, Sal­lie Arndt of Paris; a son, Eric Arndt and wife, Melissa of Fayet­teville; two grand­daugh­ters, Erica Arndt of Ozark and Au­dra Arndt of Fayet­teville; a grand­son, Ky­land Arndt of Fayet­teville; a step-daugh­ter, Paula DeLeon and hus­band, Gil­bert of New Braun­fels, Texas; a step-son, Richard Kidd and wife, Kay of New Braun­fels, Texas; two step-grand­daugh­ters, Diane Bracey of New Or­leans, La., and Emma DeLeon of New Braun­fels, Texas; a step-grand­son, Stephen DeLeon of New Braun­fels, Texas; a sis­ter, Eleanor Un­der­wood and hus­band, Larry of Derby, Kan.; a brother, Bruce Birk­head and wife, Kay of Fort Smith; two nieces; two neph­ews and spe­cial friend, Hilda Turner of Scran­ton.

The fam­ily will re­ceive friends from 6- 8 p. m., on Thurs­day, July 13, 2017, at Roller Fu­neral Home Chapel in Paris. The fu­neral ser­vice will be held at 10 a. m., on Fri­day, July 14, 2017, at Roller Fu­neral Home Chapel in Paris of­fi­ci­ated by Rev. H.C. Var­nadore, pas­tor of First Chris­tian Church of Paris. Burial will be held at noon at the Fort Smith Na­tional Ceme­tery un­der the di­rec­tion of Roller Fu­neral Home. On­line guest­book at www. roller­fu­ner­al­homes. com/paris.

Pall­bear­ers will be Larry Un­der­wood, Todd Birk­head, Bent­ley Allen, Harvey Johns, Bill War­ren and Doug Mor­ris. In lieu of flow­ers, memo­rial con­tri­bu­tions in Bar­bara’s name may be made to First Chris­tian Church, 120 East Wal­nut Street, Paris, Ark., 72855.


Thelma Joyce Bur­nett Schrameck,

age 81, of Russellville, died Tues­day, July 11, 2017. She was born Sept. 5, 1935, in a log cabin in Ch­ester, Ark., to Evan Charles and Erma Vo­leta Moore Bur­nett.

She was an em­ployee of Ar­vac Head­start for 18 years, and moved to Russellville when her daugh­ter’s first grand­child was born. She was a ded­i­cated mother, grand­mother, and great- grand­mother and devoted a ma­jor­ity of her time to her fam­ily.

In ad­di­tion to her par­ents, she was pre­ceded in death by three sons, Richard Wayne, Charles Evan, and James Lee Doyle; and two grand­chil­dren, An­thony Allen, and Mon­ica Re­nee Doyle. Sur­vivors in­clude a son and daugh­ter-in­law, Stephen and Les­lie Doyle of Eureka Springs; a daugh­ter and son-in-law, Cathryn and Randall Staggs of Russellville; three daugh­ters-in-law, Janice Doyle of West Fork, Linda Doyle of Rogers, and Bar­bara Doyle of Fayet­teville; two foster daugh­ters; a sis­ter and brother-in-law, Mar­jorie “Deb­bie” and Ivan Leonard of Pea Ridge; a brother and sis­ter-in-law, Wayne and Patsy Bur­nett of Moun­tain­burg; 15 grand­chil­dren; and 29 great-grand­chil­dren.

A pri­vate fam­ily grave­side ser­vice will be at Con­ley Ceme­tery in Moun­tain­burg with ar­range­ments by Shinn Fu­neral Ser­vice of Russellville. The on­line obit­u­ary and guest­book are avail­able at www.shin­n­fu­

SILOAM SPRINGS — Mary “Nancy” Copeland, 72-year- old res­i­dent of Siloam Springs, Ark., died July 10, 2017, in Fayet­teville, Ark. She was born July 30, 1944, in Union, Ark., to Jesse Ray Copeland and Ruth Franks Copeland.

She grad­u­ated from Salem High School in Salem, Ark., in 1962. Nancy earned her bach­e­lor’s, mas­ter’s and doc­toral de­grees from Arkansas State Univer­sity in Jones­boro, Ark. She worked as an ed­u­ca­tor for over 30 years. Nancy was ap­pointed by for­mer Gover­nor and Pres­i­dent Bill Clin­ton to help set pol­icy and stan­dards for teacher’s cer­ti­fi­ca­tion for pub­lic schools in the state. She wrote nu­mer­ous grants for the pub­lic school sys­tem through the Winthrop Rock­e­feller Foun­da­tion.

Nancy was a mem­ber of First United Methodist Church in Siloam Springs.

She was pre­ceded in death by her par­ents, her grand­par­ents, and a great nephew, Dy­lan Thur­man. She is sur­vived by one brother, Jack Copeland and wife Glenda of Col­cord, Okla.; two neph­ews, Randy Copeland and wife Leah of Fayet­teville, Ark., and Clint Copeland and wife San­dra of Col­cord, Okla.; and a num­ber of great-nieces and great-neph­ews.

Fu­neral ser­vices will be 10 a.m., Fri­day, July 14, 2017, at Was­son Fu­neral Home, Siloam Springs, with Pas­tor Grant Bar­nett of­fi­ci­at­ing. Burial will fol­low at Dickson Ceme­tery, Chero­kee City, Ark. Vis­i­ta­tion will be from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., Thurs­day, July 13, 2017, at Was­son Fu­neral Home, Siloam Springs. To sign the on­line guest­book, visit www.was­son­fu­neral

YELLVILLE — Ralph Doyne Elam, passed away July 11, 2017, in Moun­tain Home, Ark., at the age of 83. He was born June 7, 1934, in Eros, Ark., the son of Grady Elam and Vela (Rose) Elam Low­ery.

He mar­ried Sue King on June 21, 1952. Af­ter re­tir­ing from Mass Mer­chan­dis­ers in Springdale, Ark., Ralph and Sue moved back to Yellville. He coached Babe Ruth and Amer­i­can Le­gion base­ball teams in Springdale, Ark., for sev­eral years.

Ralph is sur­vived by three sons: Dwayne Elam, Tim Elam and Stephen Elam all of Yellville, Ark.; nine grand­chil­dren; sev­eral great-grand­chil­dren; one sis­ter Sue Young; a sis­ter-in­law Fran and Robert Camp­bell; and sev­eral nieces and neph­ews. He was pre­ceded in death by his par­ents; wife, sis­ter, June Elam; broth­ers, Fred­die Low­ery and Roger Low­ery.

The fam­ily will be hon­or­ing Ralph’s re­quest of no memo­rial ser­vice. Please honor Ralph in you own spe­cial way or memo­ri­als may be made to St. Jude Chil­dren’s Hos­pi­tal; 501 St. Jude Place, Memphis, Tenn., 38105. For on­line con­do­lences go to www.haburns. com or to www.roller­fu­neral

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