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Former KARK host, Arkansas entertainer dies at 91 - Arkansas Online

Monday, May 01, 2017

Former KARK host and longtime Arkansas musician and entertainer Betty Fowler died Saturday.Fowler, who in the 1950s hosted the children's show Betty's Little Rascals as well as KARK-TV's Little Rock Today, was 91. An obituary that ran in Tuesday's Arkansas Democrat-Gazette noted that Fowler's hosting duties on KARK included performing in live commercials, playing piano and interviewing celebrities ranging from Liberace to Bob Hope. Fowler also performed in a band, The Betty Fowler Four, and served as the musical director for the Miss Arkansas Pageant for more than 20 years. At an 89th birthday party in 2014, Fowler reminisced about her career, including her time on KARK and a stint hosting The Farkleberry Follies, a theatrical show that spoofed Arkansas politicians and other newsmakers."I can't tell you how much fun this has been for me today," she said then.Fowler's obituary said she "will forever be remembered and treasured for her lifetime love and devotion to the world of music, both in performing and in the te

Jay Dickey, Arkansas Lawmaker Who Blocked Gun Research, Dies at 77 - New York Times

Monday, May 01, 2017

As a Republican congressman from Arkansas, Jay Dickey, through an obscure amendment, single-handedly prevented the federal government from investigating the public health effects of firearms-inflicted violence for the last two decades.The legislation, a rider he attached to a House bill in 1996, stripped $2.6 million from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention — the precise amount budgeted for a study of the health effects of shootings.His amendment also stipulated that “none of the funds made available for injury prevention and control at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention may be used to advocate or promote gun control.” That provision has dissuaded the agency from delving into the issue since then.But in 2012, long after he left Congress and right after a gunman killed 12 people and injured scores more in an Aurora, Colo., movie theater, Mr. Dickey, who died on Thursday at 77, did an about-face. He declared that research could have been conducted without encroaching on the rights of legitimate gu

Judy Edwards

Saturday, April 08, 2017

Judy Edwards, 75, of Pangburn, passed away Tuesday, April 4, 2017 at her home. Born June 11, 1941 in Little Rock, Arkansas to the late Lytton Isom and Onita Nadine Nicholson Fields, Judy spent her career in the nursing field. Judy was baptized in the Church of Latter Day Saints as a child. Judy enjoyed her plants and flowers, planning family events and most of all her grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Judy was also willing to open her home to anybody who needed it.Left to cherish her memory are her husband of 47 years, Butch Edwards, of the home; children Kelly Wilson, Wendy and spouse Sheila Wilson, Paula Whitehead and husband Todd, Lori Flint and husband Mark, all of Pangburn; siblings Shirley Rawlins and husband Bert of Salt Lake City, Utah, Lytton G. Fields and wife Mary of Jacksonville, Arkansas, Fred Matthews of Valparaiso, Indiana. She is also survived by grandchildren Corey Wilson, Matthew Flint, William Whitehead, Michael Flint, Scotty Poe, Suzan Williams, Sunshine (Nikki) Wilson, and Mitchell Flint; four great-grandchildren; many nieces, nephews and other family and friends.Visitati

David Rockefeller, Philanthropist and Head of Chase Manhattan, Dies at 101 - New York Times

Monday, March 27, 2017

Laurance, born in 1910, who was an environmentalist and died in 2004; and Winthrop, born in 1912, who was governor of Arkansas and died in 1973.David grew up in a mansion at 10 West 54th Street, the largest private residence in the city at the time. It bustled with valets, parlor maid

OBITUARIES MAR. 19-26, 2017 - Berea Online

Monday, March 27, 2017

Linda Marie AdkinsLinda Marie AdkinsLinda Marie Adkins age 72 of Berea, died suddenly March 21, 2017 at St Joseph Hospital in Berea. Linda was born in Blytheville Arkansas to the late Odis Theodore and Lois Mcglothen Merritt, she was also preceded in death by her two brothers Gene and Teddy Merritt.Linda had been an employee of Berea Hospital as the ER Department Clinical Manager, after retirement she worked as a Walmart greeter; and she was currently the President of the Hospital Auxiliary and she also worked in the gift shop at the hospital.Linda is survived by her children; Harold Jonathon Adkins of Berea, and Blaine Anthony Adkins of Jeffersonville, IN., and Laura Lynn Adkins Davis of Glasgow, KY., her step brother Eric Flowers, her grandchildren; Silas (Rebecca) Adkins, Allison Davis, Ian Adkins, Andrew Adkins, Robert Adkins, and Betta Adkins, and the father of their children Harold Thomas Adkins.Funeral services will be Saturday March 25, 2017 at 7 pm at Lakes Funeral Home Berea; visitation will also be Saturday from 4-7 pm at the funeral home, burial will be in the Madison County Memorial Gardens.Eddie R HunterEddie HunterEddie Hunter, age 57, passed away on Monday, March 20th 2017 at U.K. Hospital in Lexington, Kentucky. Eddie worked for Madison County Utilities for 34 years. Eddie enjoyed watching old western movies and spending time with his family and friends. He is survived by his mother and stepfather Virginia Faye and Herman Ballinger; his daughter, Rebecca Marshall; two granddaughters, Destiny Richardson and Katrina Marshall; one niec,e Ashley Hunter and a host of other relatives including one uncle and three aunts. He was preceded by his father Lucian Hunter and his brother Gary Wayne Hunter.Funeral services will be held 1pm, Saturday, March 25, 2017 at Lakes Funeral Home in Berea, Kentucky with Farris Maupin officiating. Burial will follow in the Red Lick Cemetery. Visitation will be Saturday from 11am to 1pm at the funeral home.Pallbearers will be Harold Carpenter, Tim Elam, Ronald Hunter, Eddie Gilbert, Wayne Hoskins, and Tim Agee. Honorary pallbearers will be Billy Hunter, Bobby Masters, Tyler Winkler and Josh Thomas. Virginia Ruth TankersleyRuth TankersleyRuth Tankersley age 85 of Danville, passed away Sunday, March 19, 2017 at the Danville Centre for Health and Rehabilitation. She was born in Rockcastle C

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Arkansas family highlights 'demon and disease' of addiction in son's obituary - THV 11

Monday, May 01, 2017

Friday, April 14, 2017, following a long, hard battle with addiction. He was born January 7, 1994 at Fort Gordon, Georgia. He was the son of Rory and Suzanne Tipton. He attended Arkansas Baptist High School until transferring to Maumelle High School for his senior year. He was baptized at Geyer Springs First Baptist. He was only 23 years old and should have had a long life adventure ahead of him. We write this not to dishonor his memory, but to shine a light on this epidemic that is ruining so many young adult lives.Nicholas was unconditionally loved by his family. He was a sweet young man and once you knew him, you would never forget him. Outwardly he looked like he had it all; intelligence, love, talent, beautiful brown eyes and blonde hair. His smile that people smile with him. He was fun, had well thought out opinions, and could match wits with anyone. His fashion sense was definitely unique, but he enjoyed his wild shoes and endless collection of flat billed hats. Inwardly, however, Nicholas was fighting deep depression and dealt with pain, fatigue and repeated illness brought on by an immunity disorder. We loved him with all our hearts, but it was not enough to protect him from this world.He had the potential to accomplish anything he wanted, but drugs crept into his life around the age of 15. Around the same time, he was diagnosed with an immune disorder that resulted in repeated illnesses and required frequent antibody infusions. Once the patterns of drug abuse emerged, we tried everything we knew to help him. Nicholas fought hard to beat his addiction, but I am not sure that even he understood the internal demons that were beating him down. He did know that his family and friends would do (and did) anything that might help including hospitalization, rehab, counseling, and finally suboxone treatment.For two years, it appeared the battle was won and we again had our beautiful, smart, sweet, funny, and loving son that liked twisted movies, music, engaging with others and enjoyed life. He was figuring out what he wanted to do in this life and was working on a business degree at Pulaski Tech. He was looking forward to our next ski trip (he loved snowboarding).Unfortunately, relapse rates with opioids are extremely high and deadly. That addiction, along with depression, was more than he could overcome. Understand, this addiction is NOT who Nicholas was, but it is a disease that people need to know about and fight. He was our son, grandson, brother, and our life – and he mattered.Instead of an ambiguous “died suddenly at home” we opted for openness by honestly saying “died of an accidental overdose” in order to publicly expose the demon and disease of addiction that will continue to hit so many families.I struggle with understanding God’s purpose in the death of my beautiful son, but maybe if even one person is positively affected by his story then this unbearable loss will make more sense.See Nicholas' full obituary here.© 2017 KTHV-TV

Donna Henderson - Carroll County News

Monday, May 01, 2017

Travel Agency where she worked along side her daughter, Denise.In 1995 she decided to follow her eldest daughter, Darla and son-in-law Dennis, and her two grandchildren to Arkansas where she helped her husband raised chickens for Tyson for five years. From 2003 to the day of her passing, she worked alongside her daughter, Darla, in the office of Bedford Falls Mobile Home Park, taking care of residents needs and would always joke and gossip with them.You never knew what she was going to say when you walked in the door.When she was younger, Donna enjoyed bowling. She loved spending time at the lake with family and friends where she loved to take pontoon rides, tell jokes, banter with her late husband making everyone laugh, and complain if she had too cook or clean. She hardly ever missed a basketball or baseball game when her grandsons Caleb, Hunter and Dulyn played, she volunteered to help when her granddaughter Lara and grandson Dalton participated in their Special Olyumpic events and loved to watch her granddaughter Abigail do beauty pageants. Donna’s all-time favorite was watching the St. Louis Cardinals play ball. No matter where she was, she either had them on the TV or had her phone set to receive updates from the team and the games. She spent the last of her days lounging with her dogs Tommy, Gerri and Mickey and binge watching shows on Netflix.She was preceded in death by her husband, David Leslie Henderson; her father, Elmer Jacob Ellebrecht; father-in-law, James Marlin Henderson; and mother-in-law, Mildred Ella (VanHorn) Henderson.She is survived by her mother, Faith Mary Ellebrecht of Missouri; brother, Edward Erwin Ellebrecht and wife Sue of Missouri; brother, Harvey Elmer Ellebrecht and wife Maury of Missouri; sister, Chrystel Ellebrecht of Arkansas; her three children, daughter, Darla Lesley Lucas and husband Dennis, daughter, Denise Lynn Matson and husband Steve; son, David Lane Henderson, all of Berryville Ark.; her seven grandchildren, Bradley Lucas and wife Stephany of Fayetteville Ark., Lara Lucas, Caleb Lucas, Dalton Matson, Abigail Lucas, Hunter Matson and Dulyn Matson, all of Berryville Ark.; her brother-in-law, Marlin (Sonny) Henderson and wife Carol of Florida; brother-in-law, John Eugene Henderson and wife Davalyn of Missouri; brother-i

Fort Worth woman mourned as questions remain about her death - Fort Worth Star Telegram

Monday, May 01, 2017

She grew up in Winter Park, Fla., before moving to Fort Worth with her family in 2010. After graduating from Keller Timber Creek High School, she attended the University of Arkansas.She left the school in 2015 and returned to Fort Worth, finding work as a nanny, said her mother, Tracy Matheson.At the time of her death, she was taking classes at Tarrant County College and working as a sales manager at Soma, a women’s clothing store in the University Park Village shopping center.She had a “quirky, understated boldness,” said her former youth pastor, Andy Cartee, who spoke at the funeral on behalf of Molly’s friends.One day, she and a friend decided they wanted to be famous. But in her friend’s words, they were “too lazy to do anything special,” Cartee said.So they faked it instead, posting on Facebook about their “fans” and wearing big sunglasses as they walked down the street.Another time, in high school, Molly decided to sneak out of her last-period class to go home with a friend who was leaving early that day. The two hatched a plan, and Molly, to avoid a security guard in the parking lot, ended up hiding in the trunk of her friend’s car.The experience was enough to scare them away from skipping class again, Cartee said.“There are things in this life that don’t make sense, things that we don’t know,” Cartee said. “But we know that she’s in heaven.”Her father voiced the same thought: “We know Molly can’t come back to us. But we know she lives in heaven and her love fills this room.”But the questions surrounding her death hung over the hour-and-a-half-long service.“There’s something wrong here today — there’s no need to deny it,” McKinney Church pastor Chris Freeland said. “This is not how our stories — especially Molly’s — are supposed to go.”

David White

Saturday, April 08, 2017

David Ray White, 59, of Bee Branch, passed away Saturday March 25, 2017 in North Little Rock, Arkansas. Born March 9, 1958 to Hubert Ray and Sharron K. McClendon White, David was a roofer by trade and was a Christian. Left to cherish his memory are his mother, Sharron White; children Bobby White and Angel Williams; siblings Danny White and Betty Cole; four grandchildren; several friends and other family.David is preceded in death by his father, Hubert White, and daughter, April Terrell.Memorial services to be announced by Clinton Funeral Service of Clinton.To sign David's book of memories, go to www.clintonfuneralservice.com.

Eva Johnson

Saturday, April 08, 2017

Eva Mae Johnson, 84, of Dennard passed away March 11, 2017. She was born on January 20, 1933 in Eglantine, Arkansas, to Chester Linn and Mayme Bradford. She enjoyed flowers, cooking, and especially spoiling her grandchildren. Left to cherish her memory are her children Karen Howard of Eglantine, Pat Barrow and husband Johnny of Dennard, Nan Fancher and husband Kendall of Virginia, daughter-in-law Lisa Behrends Johnson of Clinton , sister Carolyn Cowan of Gilbert, sister-in-law Calla Linn of Shirley; 11 grandchildren; 18 great-grandchildren; and 3 great-great grandchildren. She is also survived by many nieces, nephews, and many other family and friends.She is preceded in death by her parents, husband of 64 years, William "Bill" Johnson, son Howell Johnson , and a brother, Willie Linn.Visitation will be Saturday, March 18, at 1 p.m. at the Dennard Community Church. Service will follow at 2 p.m. with Bro. John Swafford officiating. Burial will be in the Dennard cemetery. Pallbearers will be Chris Johnson, David Johnson, Jeremiah Howard, Jeremy Cunningham, Kenny Linn, and Joe Lin