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Roller Mcnutt Funeral Home

115 North Broadview Street
Greenbrier, AR 72058
(501) 679-2575
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Wanda Gragert

Saturday, April 08, 2017

Zion Lutheran Cemetery under the direction Ladusau-Evans Funeral Home. Wanda was born September 22, 1926 in Enid to Hugo Eckert and Martha Nobis and passed away early Saturday, March 18, 2017 in Greenbrier Nursing Center. She grew up in the Fairmont community and graduated from Garber High School. Wanda married Forrest Gragert and he passed away January 20, 1988. She worked at the Zion Lutheran School as a cook and volunteered for the Red Cross for several years. Wanda was a life-time member of Zion Lutheran Church where she sang in the choir and participated in Ladies Aid many years. Wanda is survived by her two sons, Neal and his wife Judy Gragert of Wichita, KS and Kent Gragert of Fairmont, grandson Nathan and wife Katie of Wichita, KS. She was preceded in death by her parents, infant son Kevin Lee, daughter-in-law Kellie, and step-father Albert Niehus. Memorials may be made to the Zion Lutheran Church with Ladusau-Evans Funeral Home serving as custodians of the funds. Condolences may be made online and the service may be viewed online at www.ladusauevans.com

Ohio County Schools Efforts Making Season Bright | News, Sports ... - Wheeling Intelligencer

Monday, December 19, 2016

West Virginia. The school has been in contact with White Sulphur Springs Elementary School in Greenbrier County, and Steenrod students and staff are collecting gently used toys and books for youths at the school.Principal Michelle Dietrich and teachers Heidi Hohman and Linda Railing plan to deliver the items to White Sulphur Springs this week. Hohman’s sister, Julie Meier, frequently travels through White Sulphur Springs, and it was she who encouraged Hohman and Steenrod staff to offer help.When school started this fall, Steenrod sent 75 book bags to the school, with each containing a gift card.“They tell us they don’t need a lot of tangibles because they don’t have room to store them, “ Dietrich said. “They have a lot of families living in campers. The school is just looking for gently used toys for Christmas that they can just give the students to take home, that they don’t have to store there. We are encouraging the students not to go out and buy something but to bring in something maybe they once treasured, and now could donate.”Going with the items will be letters to the White Sulphur Springs students written by those at Steenrod.“At first, the students didn’t know what to say in their letters,” Dietrich said. “Then they talked to each other, and they found a sense of empathy for them.”In the Ohio County Schools central office, administrative staff have conducted their eighth-annual shoe drive to provide shoes to students in the county who need them. RESA 6 also contributes to the effort.“The board office used to do coats, but there is such a numerous number of agencies doing coats now,” said Jodie Miller, secretary for the assessment and federal programs director. “That’s why we switched to a shoe drive.”Each school in the county is asked to select a couple of students to receive shoes.“They are asked what it is they like, and ‘elves’ go out and shop,” Miller said. “If they want bright orange or bright yellow tennis shoes, we try to accommodate.”The “elves” typically purchase about 35 pairs of shoes, each with an individual student in mind.Last year, one young girl requested a pair of boots. And when she was called to the principal’s office to receive them, the staff caught her reaction in a video.“You can see the little girl started crying, and that was something important to us,” Miller said.Other charitable drives have been taking place at Bridge Street Middle School, Triadelphia Middle School, Warwood School and Wheeling Park High School.

Bankruptcy watch - Arkansas Online

Monday, December 12, 2016

Vargas, 509 Chateau Drive, Dec. 5, 2016, Chapter 13.GLENWOOD Darrell Daniel Wallace, 723 S. Sixth St., Dec. 7, 2016, Chapter 13.GREEN FOREST Ana Paula Guevara, P.O. Box 493, Dec. 7, 2016, Chapter 7.GREENBRIER Nancy Jo Purifoy, 8 Turquoise Cove, Dec. 2, 2016, Chapter 7.Sharon Kaye and James Cecil Rodden III, 11 Needs Creek Drive, Dec. 7, 2016, Chapter 13.HAMBURG James A. and Crystal L. Davidson (aka Crystal Kinnaird, Crystal Pippen), 161 County Road 88, Dec. 1, 2016, Chapter 13.HELENA-WEST HELENA Amy R. Gregory, P.O. Box 2861, Dec. 6, 2016, Chapter 13.Jennifer Sidney, 228 S. Tenth, Dec. 7, 2016, Chapter 7.Monroe J. Winston, 220 Cherrydale, Dec. 6, 2016, Chapter 7.HENSLEY David Alan and Courtney Lynn Roberts, 347 Nabholtz Road, Dec. 2, 2016, Chapter 13.HOPE James and Siegrun Witcher, 114 County Road 226, Dec. 7, 2016, Chapter 7.HOT SPRINGS Raquel Carolina Pina (aka Raquel Carolina Tovias), 256 Candleberry Circle, Dec. 2, 2016, Chapter 7.Vanessa Elaine Huell (aka Vanessa Finley), 160 Morphew Road Apt. D6, Dec. 6, 2016, Chapter 7.HUMPHREY Steven Bobo, 301 Arkansas 152, Dec. 1, 2016, Chapter 7.JACKSONVILLE Alvin Richard and Carol Leanne Halford, 7614 Batesville Pike, Dec. 1, 2016, Chapter 7.Andrew S. Harris, 208 Natalie Lane, Dec. 5, 2016, Chapter 7.Clayton V. and Christina F. Sample, 3 Tallyho Court, Dec. 1, 2016, Chapter 7.Deshauna M. Flennoy (aka Deshauna M. Stell), 119 Wilson St., Dec. 5, 2016, Chapter 13.James Robert Walker, 6822 Sunshine Lane, Dec. 7, 2016, Chapter 13.Sharon Worthen (aka Sharon McCuller), 1500 Sheridan, Dec. 2, 2016, Chapter 13.JONESBORO Corey Austin, 1803 Leigh Cove, Dec. 5, 2016, Chapter 7.Latonya Austin, 1803 Leigh Cove, Dec. 5, 2016, Chapter 7.Shirley Ann Millsap, 2206 Quail Ridge, Dec. 5, 2016, Chapter 13.JUDSONIA Jeremy F. Fortner, 614 Jackson St., Dec. 2, 2016, Chapter 13.LEACHVILLE Garcia Dean Casey, 6698 N. Arkansas 119, Dec. 2, 2016, Chapter 7.LEXA Fredreca L. Johnson, 324 Phillips Road, Dec. 5, 2016, Chapter 13.LITTLE ROCK Amy R. Hastings, 1124 Pine Valley Drive, Dec. 7, 2016, Chapter 7.Ashley Anderson, 1912 Green Mountain Drive Apt. 301F, Dec. 5, 2016, Chapter 13.Brandy Baker, 9805 Southwest Drive, Dec. 2, 2016, Chapter 13.Candice Bryant, 15000 Chenal Pkwy Apt. C-304, Dec. 5, 2016, Chapter 13.Cassandra R. Goodwin, 6206 Denham Drive, Dec. 7, 2016, Chapter 7.Christopher R. and Elizabeth A. Bradshaw (aka Chris Bradshaw, Elizabeth George), 3206 Walker St., Dec. 1, 2016, Chapter 13.Eliasa and Denise Love (aka Denise Dean), 9407 Southwest Drive, Dec. 2, 2016, Chapter 13.Eric F. and Kimberly D. Tinner, 2300 S. Bowman Road, Dec. 6, 2016, Chapter 13.Fernandez V. Stewart, 13111 Markham St. A

Community loses Mayor Glenn Cardwell - The Mountain Press

Monday, December 12, 2016

Both he and the museum were honored in 2014 by the East Tennessee Historical Society with the Community History Award. Cardwell was also the author of "The Greenbrier Cove Story" and "A Dream Fulfilled – A Story about Pittman Center."Cardwell was known throughout the community as a supporter of not only the national park and Pittman Center, but of Sevier County. Several people contacted on Friday by The Mountain Press recalled seeing Cardwell recently at a local function, such as a grand opening or community celebration. "I saw him just not long ago," said Greg Patterson, Sevier County Assistant Mayor. "He was there at (the) Veterans Day (program)."Patterson and his wife, Wendy, are neighbors of the Cardwell family. Wendy Patterson serves as principal of Pittman Center Elementary School, where Cardwell could often be seen bringing visitors to the museum. "He was a pioneer in so many ways," Greg Patterson said of his friend and neighbor. "Whenever I had the opportunity to hear him speak about 'the good old days,' I would go. He spoke at a Leadership Sevier luncheon about six months ago. It was such a joy to listen to him."In an August interview with The Mountain Press, Cardwell reflected on his years as a park ranger and naturalist. He shared his memories just a few days before the National Park Service celebrated its 100th anniversary on Aug. 25. Cardwell said that what he remembered most from his time in the park is that it is a highly individual experience for each person who spends time there."They come to get married, and they come before they die," Cardwell said. "The park means different things to different people."Cardwell is survived by wife of 63 years, Faye Cardwell; daughter Sandra Yorke and husband Philip of New York; grandson Stephen Mallory, wife Kelly and great-grandson Jamison of Maine; grandson David Novelli of Louisiana; brother Lon Cardwell; brother-in-law Leon Huskey and wife Nancy of Indiana; many nieces and nephews.The family will receive friends on Monday, Nov. 21, 4-6:45 p.m. at the West Chapel of Atchley Funeral Home, 118 East Main St., Sevierville

Springfield Funeral Home honors veterans - The Tennessean

Monday, November 07, 2016

Wayne Dugger is a local Vietnam War veteran who will be among the many visitors to the Moving Wall, he said.A Greenbrier resident, Dugger served in the Unites States Army, 101st Airborne Infantry during the Vietnam War.“The Wall is important to me because it holds the memory of my lost brothers,” Dugger said. “58,000 names of heroes are on the Wall. It is a tribute to honor that sacrifice.”Tommy Austin, director of Community Relations at Family Legacy, is a Navy veteran who served from 1963-1967.Austin came up with the idea to bring the Moving Wall to Springfield.“I wanted to do something for Robertson County and our community and bring recognition to the fallen soldiers who gave the ultimate sacrifice,” he said. “We need to make sure future generations are taught the history of the fallen.”Springfield Funeral Home Manager Randy Nash said the home chose to honor veterans because they’re extremely important to employees and to the community.“We want to do anything we can to honor them,” he said. “We wanted to give the Middle Tennessee community the opportunity to see the wall because many people will never have the chance to see it in person."Many of Family Legacy’s staff and local veterans plan to volunteer their time to erect the wall, stand guard over the wall 24-hours per day and disassemble it after viewing.Read or Share this story: http://tnne.ws/2foRLeu

Lori Hughes

Monday, November 07, 2016

Derik Ledgess and wife Ashlee of Rock Springs, WY and Dustin Ledgess and wife Jessica of Broken Arrow, OK, her mother Shirley Beamer of Oklahoma City, OK, siblings: Kelly McNabb of Greenbrier, AR and Jason Yingling and wife Courtney of Davis, OK, and granddaughters Khelcee and McKenzee Ledgess. She is preceded in death by her father Robert Yingling.Private family services will be held at a later date. Arrangements are entrusted to Luginbuel Funeral Home. Online condolences may be made at www.honoringmemories.com

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Lavatta Sparks

Monday, June 26, 2017

Karoma Cemetery in Goltry under the direction of Ladusau-Evans Funeral Home.Lavatta was born September 11, 1951 in Enid to Thurman and Betty Harman Sparks and passed away June 13, 2017 in the Greenbrier Nursing Home. She attended and graduated from Enid High School in 1969. She received her Bachelor of Science in Social Work from East Central University in Ada. Lavatta lived in McAlester where she taught the blind. She moved back to Enid where she worked for DHS teaching the blind. Lavatta attended Community Bible Church and Victory Bible Church. She was an avid swimmer at the YMCA. Lavatta is survived by her mother Betty of Goltry, two sisters Larue Buller and husband Lyle of Enid, Rhonda Sanders and husband Vernon, Jr of Goltry and several nieces and nephews. Memorials may be made to Hospice Circle of Love with Ladusau-Evans Funeral Home serving as custodians of the funds. Condolences may be made online and the service may be viewed online at www.ladusauevans.com .

Tristan Hamilton

Monday, June 26, 2017

Left to cherish Tristan's memory are his mother Anglia Green; father Dale Ludtke, sisters Alicia Pugh of Heber Springs and Amber Pugh of Greenbrier. He is also survived by his niece Ryleigh Green and many cousins and other family and friends.A memorial service will be held at Calvary Baptist Church in Clinton on Saturday, June 17, 2017 at 3:00 p.m. with Brother Bill Moran officiating. Visitation will be Saturday, June 17 from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at Clinton Funeral Service.A memorial fund has been set up at Clinton Funeral Service.Arrangements entrusted to Clinton Funeral Service. To sign Tristan's Book of Memories, please go to www.clintonfuneralservice.com.

Lacy E. Cochran - Hampshire Review

Monday, March 27, 2017

Lacy E. Cochran, 95, of Mathias, went quietly into the arms of Jesus on Thursday, March 16, 2017 at Sentara RMH in Harrisonburg.Born on June 15, 1921 in Greenbrier County, he was the oldest son of the late David F. and Ada Hankins Cochran.He is preceded in death by 1 son, David; 2 brothers, Joseph and Edward; and 2 sisters, Edith and Glenna.He had a remarkable life growing up in the Depression on a Greenbrier County farm. Inspired by an agriculture teacher, he became the first of his family to attend college. He started at Berea College in Berea, Ky. in 1939.He left school in 1941 to work in the war industry in Baltimore; after being drafted in 1943 he served in the United States Army Chemical Corps, including 21 months in Great Britain. He was discharged as a Master Sergeant in January 1946 and returned to Berea. He met his wife Florence at the college and they were married on July 21, 1946.After graduation in 1947 he took his first teaching job in Greenbrier County in 1947, and moved to Moorefield High School in January 1948. In 1952 he became the vocational agriculture and shop teacher at Mathias High School.He was named an Honorary

Bankruptcy watch - Arkansas Democrat-Gazette - Arkansas Online

Monday, December 12, 2016

Vargas, 509 Chateau Drive, Dec. 5, 2016, Chapter 13.GLENWOOD Darrell Daniel Wallace, 723 S. Sixth St., Dec. 7, 2016, Chapter 13.GREEN FOREST Ana Paula Guevara, P.O. Box 493, Dec. 7, 2016, Chapter 7.GREENBRIER Nancy Jo Purifoy, 8 Turquoise Cove, Dec. 2, 2016, Chapter 7.Sharon Kaye and James Cecil Rodden III, 11 Needs Creek Drive, Dec. 7, 2016, Chapter 13.HAMBURG James A. and Crystal L. Davidson (aka Crystal Kinnaird, Crystal Pippen), 161 County Road 88, Dec. 1, 2016, Chapter 13.HELENA-WEST HELENA Amy R. Gregory, P.O. Box 2861, Dec. 6, 2016, Chapter 13.Jennifer Sidney, 228 S. Tenth, Dec. 7, 2016, Chapter 7.Monroe J. Winston, 220 Cherrydale, Dec. 6, 2016, Chapter 7.HENSLEY David Alan and Courtney Lynn Roberts, 347 Nabholtz Road, Dec. 2, 2016, Chapter 13.HOPE James and Siegrun Witcher, 114 County Road 226, Dec. 7, 2016, Chapter 7.HOT SPRINGS Raquel Carolina Pina (aka Raquel Carolina Tovias), 256 Candleberry Circle, Dec. 2, 2016, Chapter 7.Vanessa Elaine Huell (aka Vanessa Finley), 160 Morphew Road Apt. D6, Dec. 6, 2016, Chapter 7.HUMPHREY Steven Bobo, 301 Arkansas 152, Dec. 1, 2016, Chapter 7.JACKSONVILLE Alvin Richard and Carol Leanne Halford, 7614 Batesville Pike, Dec. 1, 2016, Chapter 7.Andrew S. Harris, 208 Natalie Lane, Dec. 5, 2016, Chapter 7.Clayton V. and Christina F. Sample, 3 Tallyho Court, Dec. 1, 2016, Chapter 7.Deshauna M. Flennoy (aka Deshauna M. Stell), 119 Wilson St., Dec. 5, 2016, Chapter 13.James Robert Walker, 6822 Sunshine Lane, Dec. 7, 2016, Chapter 13.Sharon Worthen (aka Sharon McCuller), 1500 Sheridan, Dec. 2, 2016, Chapter 13.JONESBORO Corey Austin, 1803 Leigh Cove, Dec. 5, 2016, Chapter 7.Latonya Austin, 1803 Leigh Cove, Dec. 5, 2016, Chapter 7.Shirley Ann Millsap, 2206 Quail Ridge, Dec. 5, 2016, Chapter 13.JUDSONIA Jeremy F. Fortner, 614 Jackson St., Dec. 2, 2016, Chapter 13.LEACHVILLE Garcia Dean Casey, 6698 N. Arkansas 119, Dec. 2, 2016, Chapter 7.LEXA Fredreca L. Johnson, 324 Phillips Road, Dec. 5, 2016, Chapter 13.LITTLE ROCK Amy R. Hastings, 1124 Pine Valley Drive, Dec. 7, 2016, Chapter 7.Ashley Anderson, 1912 Green Mountain Drive Apt. 301F, Dec. 5, 2016, Chapter 13.Brandy Baker, 9805 Southwest Drive, Dec. 2, 2016, Chapter 13.Candice Bryant, 15000 Chenal Pkwy Apt. C-304, Dec. 5, 2016, Chapter 13.Cassandra R. Goodwin, 6206 Denham Drive, Dec. 7, 2016, Chapter 7.Christopher R. and Elizabeth A. Bradshaw (aka Chris Bradshaw, Elizabeth George), 3206 Walker St., Dec. 1, 2016, Chapter 13.Eliasa and Denise Love (aka Denise Dean), 9407 Southwest Drive, Dec. 2, 2016, Chapter 13.Eric F. and Kimberly D. Tinner, 2300 S. Bowman Road, Dec. 6, 2016, Chapter 13.Fernandez V. Stewart, 13111 Markham St. A