The Times (Northeast Benton County) - - ON THE RECORD -

Alonzo ‘Lon­nie’ Lewis Far­rar

Alonzo “Lon­nie” Lewis Far­rar, 85, of Lit­tle Flock, for­merly of Fayet­teville, died Satur­day, Oct. 20, 2018, in Rogers. He was born June 25, 1933, in Fayet­teville to Ce­cil and Angie Lewis Far­rar.

He was a long­time mem­ber and el­der of the Cen­ter Street Church of Christ in Fayet­teville be­fore re­lo­cat­ing to Lit­tle Flock and be­com­ing a mem­ber of the Bella Vista Church of Christ. He proudly served in the U.S. Army dur­ing the Korean Con­flict be­fore re­turn­ing home and join­ing the Fayet­teville Fire De­part­ment, ris­ing to the po­si­tion of as­sis­tant fire chief. Af­ter his re­tire­ment from the fire de­part­ment, he worked for Fayet­teville Plumb­ing and Heat­ing.

He was pre­ceded in death by his par­ents; two sis­ters, Betty Laney and Mary Camp; and two broth­ers, Larry Kay Far­rar and Ce­cil Allen Far­rar.

Sur­vivors are his wife of 65 years, Emma Mae (Skel­ton) Far­rar; one son, Steve Far­rar and his wife Melissa of Lit­tle Rock; one daugh­ter, Con­nie Hor­ton and her hus­band Chris of Lit­tle Flock; sis­ter, Doris Hutchins of Green­land; brother, Ron­nie Far­rar of Fayet­teville; seven grand­chil­dren, Lana Hart­zog and her hus­band Bobby, Ali­cia Good­son and her hus­band Denny, Kerri Ross and her hus­band Brad, An­drew Far­rar, Lon­don Hall and her hus­band Ri­ley, Turner Hor­ton and his wife Kate, and Emma Kate Hor­ton; and three great-grand­chil­dren, Con­nor Good­son, Cameron Good­son and Ri­ley Ross.

Visi­ta­tion will be from 5 to 7 p.m. Wed­nes­day, Oct. 24, 2018, in Moore’s Chapel in Fayet­teville.

Fu­neral ser­vice will be at 1 p.m. Thurs­day in Cen­ter Street Church of Christ in Fayet­teville with burial to fol­low at Bap­tist Ford Ceme­tery.

Memo­rial con­tri­bu­tions may be made to Gospel Tracts In­ter­na­tional, 2125 North Cen­ter St., Fayet­teville, AR 72701.

To place an on­line trib­ute visit moores­fu­ner­

Robert Lee Hamil­ton

Robert Lee Hamil­ton, 88, of Garfield, died Thurs­day, Oct. 18, 2018, in his home. He was born Dec. 13, 1929, in Wynn, to Charles M. and Martha Hamil­ton.

He re­tired from the U.S. Marines as a gun­nery sergeant serv­ing dur­ing the Cuban Mis­sile Cri­sis, Korea and Viet­nam.

He was a Bap­tist.

He was pre­ceded in death by his par­ents; his wife, Dorothy Hamil­ton; four broth­ers; and three sis­ters.

Sur­vivors are a daugh­ter, Kathrine LeAnn Hamil­ton of Garfield; one brother, Gil­ford Hamil­ton of Fer­ri­day, La.; one sis­ter, Nita Hamil­ton of Dy­ers­burg, Tenn.; and many friends.

Ser­vices will be held at a later date.

On­line con­do­lences may be made at sis­co­fu­ner­al­

Laura Mae Miller-Sy­pult

Laura Mae Miller-Sy­pult, 91, of Rogers, died Oct. 15, 2018. She was born Sept. 26, 1927, in Smack­over, to Li­nard Wil­lis and Omey Row­ell Wil­lis.

She was united in mar­riage to Zern T. Miller and they en­joyed many years of mar­riage with Zern pass­ing away in 1979. She mar­ried Robert Sy­pult in 1985 and he passed away in 2009.

She en­joyed crafts, sew­ing, quilt­ing, camp­ing and gar­den­ing. She was also a mem­ber of Pleas­ant Hill Bap­tist Church.

She was pre­ceded in death by her first hus­band, Zern Miller, and se­cond hus­band, Robert Sy­pult; one son, Ran­dall Miller; brother, Leon Wil­lis; and sis­ter, Irene Hess.

Sur­vivors are her son, Kirby Miller and wife Donna of Greenville, S.C.; daugh­ters, Lau­rie Miller of Rogers, Naomi Brown and hus­band Marty of Pea Ridge and Kathy Wilks of Spring­field, Mo.; two sis­ters, Margie Pit­cock and Dorothy Whi­taker; nine grand­chil­dren; six great­grand­chil­dren; and a host of rel­a­tives and friends.

In lieu of flow­ers, the fam­ily has asked that dona­tions be made to the Alzheimer’s As­so­ci­a­tion. The fam­ily wishes to thank Su­pe­rior Se­nior Care and Arkansas Hospice for their ex­cel­lent care.

The fam­ily was to re­ceive guests from 4 to 6 p.m. Sun­day in the fu­neral home.

Grave­side ser­vices were set for 2 p.m. Mon­day in the Ben­ton County Memo­rial Park.

Ar­range­ments were with Ben­ton County Memo­rial Park Fu­neral Home of Rogers.

Vic­tor Ocote

Vic­tor Ocote, 49, of Rogers, died Tues­day, Oct. 16, 2018, in Mercy Hos­pi­tal in Rogers. He was born Dec. 16, 1968, in Santa Cruz, Mex­ico, to Max­imino and An­to­nia Isidro Ocote.

He loved up­keep­ing and land­scap­ing his yard to keep it nice and beau­ti­ful; he was a very hard worker and provider. He loved his wife and did any­thing for her. His pride and joy were his chil­dren and grand­chil­dren. He never met a stranger and he was loved by every­one.

He was pre­ceded in death by his par­ents; and fa­ther-in-law, Bobby Dun­ning.

Sur­vivors in­clude his wife, Shel­lie Ocote; son, Steven Harvery and wife Jamie; daugh­ters, Cas­san­dra Zu­chowski and hus­band Bobby and Tearsa John­son and hus­band Johnathan; five broth­ers; two step­broth­ers; three broth­ers-in-law; three sis­ters-in-law; his moth­erin-law, San­dra Dun­ning; and grand­chil­dren, Cloe, Jon “Bubby,” Tris­ton, Abby, Makiya, Braiden and Brecken.

Visi­ta­tion was from 10 to 11 a.m. Satur­day, Oct. 20, 2018, in the First Assem­bly of God Church in Pea Ridge.

Fu­neral ser­vice was at 11 a.m. Satur­day, Oct. 20, 2018, in First Assem­bly of God Church, 577 We­ston St., in Pea Ridge, with pas­tor Ed­win Brewer and Doug Dun­ning of­fi­ci­at­ing.

Burial fol­lowed in Wal­nut Hill Ceme­tery in Avoca.

Ar­range­ments were by Ben­ton County Memo­rial Park Fu­neral Home of Rogers.

Wil­lie ‘Bill’ Triche Jr.

Wil­lie “Bill” Triche Jr., 88, died Fri­day, Oct. 12, 2018, in Lit­tle Flock.

He was a na­tive of Pon­cha­toula, La., and for­mer res­i­dent of Ba­ton Rouge. He was a U.S. Air Force veteran of the Korean Con­flict.

He was pre­ceded in death by his wife, Dorothy Kraft Triche.

Sur­vivors are his son, Steven Triche; daugh­ters, Karen Go­er­litz and hus­band, Al­ton Go­erl­tiz, and Lisa Richard, and hus­band, Cary Richard; four grand­chil­dren; and one brother.

Fu­neral ser­vices were held Satur­day, Oct. 20, in Raben­horst Fu­neral Home in Ba­ton Rouge.



Newspapers in English

Newspapers from USA

© PressReader. All rights reserved.