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Gla­dys Dean Gaffield

Gla­dys Dean Gaffield, 70, died in Pea Ridge, Ark., on Oct. 11, 2017. She was born July 10, 1947, in Siloam Springs to Vir­gil and Gla­dys Fay (Hal­ley) Forsythe.

She was a life­long res­i­dent of Bentonville. She worked in fac­to­ries and was a truck driver. She en­joyed rid­ing mo­tor­cy­cles and mak­ing funny com­ments. She was a fun lov­ing per­son who gen­er­ally en­joyed life.

She was pre­ceded in death by both par­ents.

Sur­vivors are her daugh­ter, Tammy Har­ris of Pea Ridge, Ark; grand­son, Bobby Sli­gar; great grand­chil­dren, Kayla and Jake Sli­gar and Cory Wood­cock; and step-grand­chil­dren, Jackie and Lizzy.

Vis­i­ta­tion was 6-8 p.m. Mon­day, Oct. 16, 2017, at Cal­li­son-Lough Fu­neral Home in Bentonville, Ark.

Fu­neral ser­vices were at 2 p.m. Tues­day, Oct. 17, 2017, in the Cal­li­son-Lough Fu­neral Home Chapel.

Burial fol­lowed in Bentonville City Ceme­tery.

Ar­range­ments were un­der the care of Cal­li­son Lough Fu­neral Home of Bentonville.­lison­

John ‘Jack’ Dou­glas Hayes

John (Jack) Dou­glas Hayes, 83, of Pea Ridge, Ark., died Oct. 12, 2017, at Cir­cle of Life Hos­pice in Bentonville, Ark. He was born on Sept. 15, 1934, in San Ma­teo, Calif., to James C. and Mary S. (Cae­tano) Hayes.

He was pre­ceded in death by both par­ents and his wife, Ju­lia N. (Schomaker/Pinck­ney) Hayes.

Sur­vivors are his brother, James (Nancy) Hayes; sis­ter, Mary Ann (Wil­liam) Law­less; two sons, Michael Schomaker (An­drea) of Garfield, Ark, and Eric Schomaker (Sherry) of Alpine, Utah; nine grand­chil­dren; and 27 great­grand­chil­dren.

In­ter­ment will be at the VA Na­tional Ceme­tery in Fayet­teville, Ark., with no ser­vice con­ducted.

In lieu of flow­ers, me­mo­rial con­tri­bu­tions may be made to the Au­tumn Place Home, Pea Ridge, Ark.

To view full obituary go to www.fu­neral­ma­

Michael Noel McDaniel

Michael Noel McDaniel, 61, of Hold­enville, Okla., died Oct. 5, 2017. He was the first of five chil­dren born in Cozad, Neb., Jan. 30, 1956, to Den­ton Noel McDaniel and Diane Kay Koch McDaniel.

He grad­u­ated in 1974 from De­catur Com­mu­nity High School and at­tended school at Man­hat­tan Chris­tian Col­lege. He mar­ried Cindy Mae Elaine Not­busch on May 5, 1979.

He had a kind heart and gen­er­ous soul. Many memories of him in­clude play­ing cards or other board games to which he wel­comed all ages to play along. His pres­ence will be greatly missed.

Sur­vivors are his par­ents; his wife, Cindy, of the home; chil­dren, Am­ber, Crys­tal, Heather, Joshua and Michael; broth­ers, Jim McDaniel and wife Kerry and Bob McDaniel and wife Mau­reen; sis­ters, Linda Wash­ing­ton and hus­band Brian and Janet Tway and hus­band Blaine; and four grand­chil­dren, Andy, Grace, Emma and Jon.

Ser­vice was at 11 a.m. Satur­day, Oct. 14, at New Prospect Church in Garfield.

Ar­range­ments weare with Sisco Fu­neral Home in Pea Ridge.

Burial was in Bay­less Ceme­tery.

There was no vis­i­ta­tion sched­uled.

On­line con­do­lences may be made to sis­co­fu­ner­al­

Harold El­don ‘Smitty’ Smith

Harold El­don Smith, ‘Smitty,’ 76, of Elk Bend (Salmon),

Idaho, died

Oct. 8, 2017, at his home.

He was born

Oct. 19, 1940, the twin of

Elaine to

Ernest and Es­ther (Pol­s­ley) Smith in Clarinda, Iowa.

Ernest and Es­ther Smith had eight chil­dren of whom Harold was the youngest. He grew up in Clarinda and Gree­ley, Colo., where he grad­u­ated from High School in 1959. He joined the USMC on July 4, 1959, and served in the 1st, 3rd and 5th di­vi­sion dur­ing Viet­nam. He re­ceived an Hon­or­able dis­charge on May 31, 1963, from the USMC. On Jan. 24, 1964, he en­listed into the Navy where he was a Field Med­i­cal Corps­man un­til his re­tire­ment in 1980.

He was united in mar­riage from 1964-1990 to Caren Swalm and to­gether they had two chil­dren: Cather­ine and Eric. They lived in Japan for a short pe­riod while he was in the Navy.

He met Linda Rose Pen­ton in Rogers, Ark., in 1990. They were mar­ried on Nov. 9, 1992, in Gree­ley, Colo., and lived in Rogers for sev­eral years. In 2001, they pur­chased their home in Elk Bend, Idaho. In 2002, Linda re­tired and the two moved to Elk Bend per­ma­nently.

He en­joyed wood­work­ing, tin­ker­ing in his shop, fish­ing, gam­bling and ven­tur­ing around the coun­try­side to see all the beau­ti­ful lakes and streams of Idaho. Harold also en­joyed vis­it­ing the bases in the San Diego, Calif., area and spend­ing time along the ocean.

He was pre­ceded in death by par­ents; broth­ers Lyle Smith, Jim Smith, John Smith and Lynn Smith; sis­ters, Doris Overdick and Ethel Schlot­thauer; and step­son Marvin Penny.

Sur­vivors are his wife Linda Smith of Elk Bend (Salmon), Idaho; his cocker spaniel Misty; chil­dren, Cather­ine Smith of Wi­chita, Kan., and Eric and his wife Shawn Smith of Cen­ter­ton, Ark.; step-sons, Shane Penny and Richard Penny of Garfield, Ark.; 11 grand­chil­dren, Ni­cholas Lawrence of Wi­chita, Kan., Ni­cole Lawrence of Wi­chita, Kan., Han­nah Smith of Cen­ter­ton, Ark., Josh Hart­sock of Ozark, Ark., Erica (Aaron) Roughton of Cen­ter­ton, Ark., Amanda (Kevin) Nikel of Rogers, Ark., Megan (James) Bowd­ston of Rogers, Ark., Cole (Holly) Penny of San Diego, Calif., Jeromy Penny of Wash­burn, Mo., Ja­cob Penny of Wash­burn, Mo., Tyler Penny of Rogers, Ark., Gavin Penny of Garfield, Ark., and Lind­say We­bker of Wash­burn, Mo.; eight great-grand­chil­dren; twin sis­ter, Elaine Ad­cock of Des Moines, Iowa; and daugh­ter-in-law, Teresa Fly of Wash­burn, Mo.

Inurn­ment and Mil­i­tary Hon­ors will be in the Fayet­teville Na­tional Ceme­tery in Fayet­teville, Ark.

Ar­range­ments were un­der the di­rec­tion and care of the Jones & Casey Fu­neral Home of Salmon, Idaho.



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