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Charlene Bradshaw

May 15, 1953 - Mar 22, 2023

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Plumerville, AR

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Barbara Ann Davidson

Jan 16, 1940 - Jan 09, 2024

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Plumerville, AR

Barbara Ann Davidson, of the Plumerville Community passed away on January 9, 2024, just a week shy of her 84th birthday. She was Born in Springfield, Arkansas on January 16, 1940. Regardless of life’s challenges, her caring spirit was steadfast until her final breath, when she ran into the arm of her Savior.Barbara's compassion for her family and her love for the Lord was evident throughout her life. She was a dedicated and faithful member of Mt. Pleasant Missionary Baptist Church for over 70 years. She retired from Conway Human Development Center after many years of service. She also enjoyed working at Bob Neal and Sons for many years. Barbara was an avid Razorback fan and a dedicated supporter of the Plumerville Bulldogs. She was longtime member of the ArkansasWomen’s Bowling Association,,where she bowled on a league for over 30 years.Barbara is survived by her loving sister, Peggy Smith, sister n law Faye Davidson, and many nieces and nephews. She is preceded in death by her parents, James Cicero and Mable Davidson, and her brothers Jack (Elsie), Bill (Lois), Aubrey( Joyce), Doyle, Jim (Ila) Davidson, brother in law, and Wayne Smith. As we mourn her loss and remember her life, we are reminded of a verse from the book of Matthew, 25:23, that encapsulates Barbara's life, "Well done, good and faithful servant; thou hast been faithful over a few things, I will make thee ruler over many things: enter thou into the joy of the Lord.A celebration of Barbara's life will take place on Thursday, January 11, 2024, at 2:00 pm at Mt Pleasant Baptist Church, 896 Arkansas 92, Plumerville, Arkansas, 72127. Visitation will begin at 1:00pm before the service the same day.Service and arrangements are by Rosewood Funerals & Cremations 1715 E. Harding St. Morrilton, AR 72110, 501-354-1638. www.nealsrosewood.com

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Donald Moore

Jan 21, 1955 - Oct 07, 2023

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Plumerville, AR

With profound sadness, we announce the passing of Donald Jack Moore, lovingly known as Donald, on October 5th, 2023, at the age of 68. Born on January 21st, 1955, in Giddings, TX, Donald was a charismatic soul whose was infectious. He was a thoughtful man who put the happiness of others before his own, always ready with a comforting word or gesture. Donald was a hardworking individual who dedicated many years as a member of a railroad maintenance crew. His commitment to his work was a testament to his character - dependable, meticulous, and dedicated. Upon retirement, he found joy in the simpler things of life. He was fond of golfing and fishing in his younger years, a testament to his love for the outdoors. As he grew older, he developed a penchant for watching movies, particularly old westerns and Hogan's Heroes, which he could watch for hours on end. Donald's faith was an integral part of his life. He was a faithful member of the Portland Missionary Baptist Church for many years. As Proverbs 3:5-6 reminds us, "Trust in the LORD with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding; in all your ways submit to him, and he will make your paths straight. " Donald embodied these words in his life, and his relationship with God was a shining beacon to those around him. Donald was preceded in death by his father, Donald Moore, his mother, Opal Moore, and his beloved wife, Anita Moore. He is survived by his niece, LeAnn Wilds and husband Jason of Plumerville, his sister-in-law, Ann Hall of Plumerville, two nephews, Jason Hall and wife Jessica of Hot Spings and David Hall and wife Allison of Plumerville, along with many great nieces, nephews, cousins and many church family members. His memory will be cherished and kept alive by his loving family. The visitation will be held on Monday, October 9th, 2023, at the Portland Missionary Baptist Church in Plumerville, Arkansas starting at 10:00 am. The funeral service will follow at the same location at 11:00 am. Interment will follow in Wilder Cemetery near Plumerville, ARService and arrangements are by Neal's Rosewood Funeral's and Cremations of Morrilton 1715 E. Harding St. Morrilton, AR 72110, 501-354-1638. www. nealsrosewood. com

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Dorothy Mullins

Sep 09, 1947 - Sep 28, 2023

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Plumerville, AR

Dorothy Mullins, born Dorothy Mae Howard on September 9, 1947, in Cabot, Arkansas, was a woman of strength, compassion, and unwavering dedication to her family and her faith. In the quiet hours of the morning, Dorothy's home was filled with the rich aroma of coffee, and the soft whispers of hummingbirds fluttering outside her kitchen window. An avid lover of nature, Dorothy's heart found joy in the simplicity of life's beauty, a love she imparted to those around her. Dorothy's hands were rarely idle, finding solace in the rhythmic hum of her sewing machine, the delicate strokes of her paintbrush, or the earth beneath her fingertips in her beloved garden. A loyal employee of Tyson Hatchery before her retirement, she carried the same tenacity and commitment from her professional life into her personal passions. Thrifting adventures with her best friend, Ann Bryant, were not just about finding hidden treasures, but about creating lasting memories and cherishing the joy of friendship. The sparkle in Dorothy's eyes when surrounded by family was a testament to her deep love and devotion, a feeling reciprocated by all who had the pleasure of knowing her. She was preceded in death by her parents, Willie and Margie Howard, and her sister, Sue Brown. Dorothy is survived by her loving husband, Gordon Mullins; their children, Thomas Wayne Mullins and wife Terri of Hattieville and Sherry Lynn Lavoie and husband David; brothers, Tom and wife Lucy Howard of Plumerville; Ronnie Howard and wife Maxine of Hattieville, Five grandchildren: Josh, Ashley, Chris, Michael, and Brittney; Five great grandchildren: Kane, Zayden, Ellie Mae, Isaac, and Rowan along with many nieces, nephews, cousins and other friends. A verse from the book of Proverbs, a favorite of Dorothy's, encapsulates her life beautifully: "She is clothed with strength and dignity, and she laughs without fear of the future" (Proverbs 31:25). Her memory will continue to be a beacon of strength and love for all who knew her. The family will receive friends on Thursday, September 28, at Old Hickory Baptist Church from 6:00 pm til 8:00PM. A funeral service will be held at the church on Friday, September 29, at 2:00 pm to celebrate Dorothy's life. Interment will follow in Friendship Cemetery. Service and arrangements are by Neal's Rosewood Funeral's and Cremations of Morrilton 1715 E. Harding St. Morrilton, AR 72110, 501-354-1638. www. nealsrosewood. com

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Levon Rogers

Dec 10, 1934 - Jun 05, 2023

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Plumerville, AR

"Levon Charles Rogers, 88, of Plumerville; passed away Monday, June 5, 2023, at home. He was born Saturday, December 10, 1934, at Dutton; to Charley Smith and Ruby Jewel Barnett Rogers. Levon was a graduate of St. Paul High School where he served as a boxing coach during his senior year. Levon moved to Ohio just after graduation. His daughter, Renee was born there. He moved home to Arkansas and was employed by Wilson's Processing in Springdale. He later moved to Tyson Foods where he was sanitation foreman for 20 years. He worked first in Springdale, and later moved to Rogers to bring their department up to standard. Levon loved riding horses and four-wheelers. He enjoyed travel and often commented on seeing places he had never thought he would see. One of his favorite things was to set under the trees in the front yard of his home in Pettigrew, talking with friends and neighbors. His first love was always his family. Levon was preceded in death by his parents, Charley and Ruby Jewel Rogers; one grandson, Seth McGee; three brothers-in-law, Ivan Walker, Gary Franklin, and Don Birdsell; three sisters-in-law, Dollie Walker, Thelma Walker, and Margie Rogers, and two sons-in-law, Len Gulledge, and Bob Coker. Levon is survived by his wife, Dora Rogers, of the home; three daughters and two sons-in-law, Renee Coker, of West Fork; Kim and John Smith, of Pettigrew; and Kris and Travis McGee, of Plumerville; three granddaughters, Jessie England and partner Amanda Savern, Lensey Gulledge and Clint Daily, and Lainey Smith; two grandsons, Shamus McGee, and Cody Templeton and wife, Hali. He is also survived by five great-granddaughters, Lenley Daily, Tatum England, Mayleigh England, Layla Templeton, and Lilith Templeton; one sister, Colleen Birdsell; two brothers, Keith Rogers, and Loyce Rogers; one sister-in-law, Lora Franklin; two brothers-in-law, Henry Walker, and Arl Walker; and several nieces and nephews. The family will receive friends 5:00 PM-7:00 PM, Monday, June 12, 2023, at Brashears Funeral Home. Graveside Service will be 10:00 AM, Tuesday, June 13, 2023, at Liberty-Williams Cemetery, at Dutton, with TJ Bennett officiating. Pallbearers will be Schade Walker, Rodney Franklin, Scott Franklin, Todd Rogers, Brent Rogers, and Coty Rogers. Honorary pallbearers will be Travis McGee, John Smith, Henry Walker, Arl Walker, Vaughn Denger, Dale Hice, Buddy Ritchie, and Red Moses. Services are entrusted to Brashears Funeral Home and Crematory of Huntsville. "

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Charlene Bradshaw

May 15, 1953 - Mar 22, 2023

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Plumerville, AR

Call Us Fayetteville: (479) 521-5000 Rogers: (479) 631-1353 Moore's Chapel: (479) 442-7314 Locations Search obituaries Toggle navigation Obituaries Flowers & Gifts What We Do Grief & Healing Resources Plan Ahead Locations Search Home Obituaries Flowers & Gifts What We Do Grief & Healing Resources Plan Ahead Call Us Fayetteville: (479) 521-5000 Rogers: (479) 631-1353 Moore's Chapel: (479) 442-7314 Obituaries Flowers & Gifts What We Do Grief & Healing Resources Plan Ahead Send Flowers & Gifts Toggle navigation (function(d, s, id) { var js, fjs = d. getElementsByTagName(s)[0]; if (d. getElementById(id)) return; js = d. createElement(s); js. id = id; js. src = "//connect. facebook. net/en_US/sdk. js#xfbml=1&version=v2. 10"; fjs. parentNode. insertBefore(js, fjs); }(document, 'script', 'facebook-jssdk')); Change Photo Send Beautiful Flowers Not sure what to send? Share a Memory Share Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share by Email window. EnableAllLogins = true; Charlene Bradshaw May 15, 1953 - March 22, 2023 Charlene Hope Campbell Bradshaw, age 69, of Plumerville, Arkansas, passed away Wednesday, March 22, 2023. She was born on May 15, 1953, in Phoenix, Arizona, the daughter of Charlie W. Campbell and Ilene R. Wyles Campbell. She retired after 32. . . View Obituary & Service Information Login What would you like to do? My Account Logout Print The family of Charlene Bradshaw created this Life Tributes page to make it easy to share your memories. Hide message Obituary & Service Charlene Hope Campbell Bradshaw, age 69, of Plumerv. . . View More Share a Memory Below A comforting word from you means a lot. Share a Memory Flowers & Gifts Send flowers to Charlene's Funeral Service. Send Flowers if (jQuery. browser. mobile) { $(window). bind("pageshow", function (event) { if (event. originalEvent. persisted && !$('. mfp-modal-login:visible'). get(0)) { location. reload(); } }); } Tribute Wall Photos & Videos Obituary & Service + More Information Family Tree Family Map Family Dates Subscribe to Updates Approvals Following Configuration Administrators (c) 2023 Berna Funeral Homes. All Rights Reserved. Made with love by funeralOne

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Sandra Francis

Jun 22, 2022 - Jan 31, 2023

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Plumerville, AR

Funeral Service for Sandra Kaye Francis, 71 of Greenwood, Arkansas will be at 1:00 pm on Wednesday, February 8, 2023 at Mount Pleasant Baptist Church in Plummerville, Arkansas with Thom South officiating. Burial will follow at Mount Pleasant Cemetery in Plumerville, Arkansas under the direction of Mallory-Martin Funeral Home She was born on June 22, 1951 in Forrest City, Arkansas to Marie W. (Wooten) Brown and Kenneth Ray Brown and passed away on January 31, 2023 in Greenwood, Arkansas. She was preceded in death by her husband, Stephen Francis; father, Kenneth Brown and grandson, Oliver Cooper. Survivors include her sons, Matthew Francis and wife Miranda; Mark Francis and wife Catherine; sister, Judy South and husband Thom; mother, Marie Brown; grandchildren, Gunnar Cooper, Cassandra Martinez, Graci Francis, Breonna Rush, Dakota Cecil, Skylar Cecil, Talan Denham, Shelby Geile, Skylar Francis, Samara Francis, Genevieve Frances, Violette Francis; great grandchildren, Joiner Gil, Phoebe Nicole, Jaci-Lynn, I-Ian Lane, Alice Tyler, Gavin, AJ, Lilly, and Conrad, numerous other relatives and loved ones. Pallbearers will be Matthew Francis, Mark Francis, Gunnar Cooper, Dakota Cecil, Talan Denham and Ben South. Viewing will be Monday and Tuesday from 9:00 am to 7:00 pm at the funeral home, and Wednesday from 11:30 am till service time at Mount Pleasant Baptist Church. You may leave an online message at www. mallorymartinfuneralhome. com To plant Memorial Trees in memory of , please .

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Jerry Purvis

Jan 19, 1949 - Jan 24, 2023

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Plumerville, AR

JERRY DAN "BUD" PURVIS, AGE 74KILBOURNE, LOUISIANACox Funeral HomeOak Grove, LouisianaFuneral services for Jerry Dan "Bud" Purvis, age 74, of Kilbourne, Louisiana will be 2:00 PM, Saturday, February 4, 2023, Graveside at the Kilbourne Cemetery in Kilbourne, Louisiana with Bro. Tim Purvis officiating. Interment will be in the Kilbourne Cemetery. Services are under the direction of Cox Funeral Home. He is preceded in death by his parents, Ray and Dorothelen Garner Purvis; three brothers, Joe Lee Purvis, Eddie "Pee Wee" Purvis, and Dale Purvis; sister, Dottie Purvis; two nephews, Chad Dennis and Joseph "Joey" Purvis. Bud is survived by his five sisters and brothers-in-law, Annie and Randy Reed of Dallas, Georgia, Betty and Greg Dennis of Cotton Valley, Louisiana, Cathy and Tommy Johnson of Molina, Florida, Patty and Glenn Eskew of Monroe, Louisiana, Kelly and Jack Stephens of Plumerville, Arkansas; numerous nieces and nephews.

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Earnestine Zollar

Nov 23, 1931 - Nov 17, 2022

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Plumerville, AR

Earnestine Hervey Zollar was born November 23, 1931, in the small town of Plumerville, Arkansas to Timothy and Odessa Hervey. She peacefully departed this earthly life for her heavenly home on November 17, 2022. Even as a young child, Earnestine loved the Lord, and she accepted Christ at the tender age of 11 years old. Growing up, she was the only girl in a family of five brothers--Charles, Frank, Huey, James, and Ronnie--which played a crucial role in shaping her into the tough, yet tender and strong, yet humble, true woman of God she was. During her high school years, Earnestine loved to play basketball and was, in fact, a very gifted athlete which earned her a two-year scholarship to Philander Smith College, in Little Rock, Arkansas, but she decided not to use it. Instead, upon graduating from the Conway County Training High School, Earnestine moved to Kansas City, KS in 1950. And it was there, she would lay eyes on Carl Zollar Jr. for the first time and their love story would begin. Earnestine and Carl were a very striking couple, who both loved to dance and have a good time together. They courted for two years before they were married and started their family. Earnestine was blessed to have seven biological children: Carl, Gladys, Debra, Alice, Juan, Yolanda, and Pamela, and then welcomed two more adopted sons into her family, Eldridge Berry, Jr. , and Harry Porchia--all of whom she loved deeply and unconditionally with the kind of mama love that knows no end. Earnestine was an excellent seamstress (who was able to sew the suits and dresses of an entire wedding party); a skilled cook (her homemade rolls, peach cobbler and butter rolls were legendary); and she was known as a wise and caring counselor to many family members and friends. She could also be quite the comedian, with her ability to mimic folks and make keen observations about life that made everyone laugh and see the lighter side of things, no matter what challenges they were facing. Before her health started to fail, Earnestine was a member of the Willing Workers, Ladies Bible Class, Adult Singing Group and Visitation Committee. She also loved to travel extensively with the Senior Citizen Bridge-Gapper Ministry. And, on any given Sunday, you could always find her sitting with her church hat on in her favorite seat at the end of the pew, on the right-hand side of the sanctuary facing the pulpit, surrounded by her devoted family. Her queenly presence was a powerful symbol of the rock-solid faith on which she built her life and legacy of always giving God her very best. Earnestine was preceded in death by her husband, Carl Zollar Jr; her parents, Timothy and Odessa Hervey; her grandparents, Brents and Jewel Hervey; her brothers, Charles Hervey, Huey Hervey, and Ronald Hervey; her daughter, Pamela Moss; her son, Eldridge Berry Jr. ; and her great-grandson, DeAngelo Porchia. She leaves to cherish her memory, two sons, Carl Zollar III and Juan Zollar; four daughters, Gladys Jones (Glenn), Debra Porchia (Harry Lee), Alice Zollar, Yolanda Guidry (Larry); her son-in-law, James Moss; two brothers, Frank and James (Annie); her chosen daughters, Debbie Sawyer, Sharon Jackson, Freddie Cohens; and several grandchildren, great-grandchildren, a few great-great-grandchildren; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends. Funeral Services will be held Saturday, November 26, 2022, 11:00am at Swope Parkway COC. Interment Mt. Moriah Cemetery. Visitation will be from 9am-11am at the church. Service conducted by Lawrence A. Jones & Sons Funeral Chapel. To to the family or in memory of Ms. Earnestine Zollar, please

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Johnny Marks

Aug 26, 1951 - Oct 21, 2022

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Plumerville, AR

Johnny Steven Marks, 71, of Plumerville, passed away on Friday, October 21, 2022. He was born August 26, 1951, in Morrilton, to his parents, Odis and Audrey (Townsley) Marks of Plumerville. Johnny was the youngest of three children. He was preceded in death by both parents and his older brother, Jim Paul. He is survived by his sister, Marie Hilburn of Plumerville; his daughter, Sydney (Beau) of NLR; and his 3 grandchildren, Molly, Emmett, and Sybil, who he endearingly called LuLu. Johnny doted on the grandchildren, and they loved him dearly. They loved to cuddle in his friendly, comfortable lap! They talked about and looked forward to their 'Papa' teaching them to fish, hunt, and other things. They loved to chase and play with Johnny's chickens. Johnny lived most of his life at the 'family place' in Plumerville, with Jim Paul and Marie nearby. Like his father (Odis), he loved the outdoors and the simple life. He had a wry sense of humor. Johnny is also survived by his very good friend Gilbert Fordham; Sydney's sister, Camille Wood; and numerous nieces, nephews, relatives, and friends. He graduated from Plumerville High School in 1969. After high school, he spent time in the United States Navy. He attended UCA, earning degree in General Science. He attended the UAMS School of Pharmacy. Johnny spent over 40 years as a builder, carpenter, craftsman, and overall 'handy man,' He was a state licensed contractor, and long-time business owner of 'Johnny Marks Builder,' having ongoing projects when he died. One of his more interesting hobbies was presenting huge fireworks displays. Johnny will be dearly missed. He holds a special place in our hearts! Memorial services will be held at 11:00 A. M. on Saturday, October 29, 2022, at Portland Missionary Baptist Church, 304 W. Nesbit Avenue, in Plumerville. Online condolences can be sent to www,wilsonrobisonfhengland. com To to the family or in memory of Johnny Steven Marks, please

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Martin Guy

Jun 25, 1954 - Sep 05, 2021

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Plumerville, AR

Martin "Marty" Lee Guy of Plumerville, AR was born June 25, 1954 in Wichita, KS to Norman Johnson Guy Jr and Lois J Grider Guy. Marty passed away September 5, 2021 in Little Rock, AR at the age of 67. Marty's favorite pastime was riding and working on motorcycles. He also enjoyed spending time with friends and family. Marty was a fun and loving man that adored his family. Marty is proceeded in death by both of his parents and his soulmate, Sheila K Guy. Marty is survived by his only son: Jim Guy and his wife Sarah of Morrilton; three grandchildren: Tristam (Kyle), Skye and Phoenix McGinty; two great grandchildren: Blaze and BrynLee Wilson; four sisters: Norma Jean (Dwight) Billingsley of Detroit, MI, Joann Bushey of Derby, KS, Donna Beckham and Janice (Terry) Statton both of Wichita, KS; 2 brothers: Larry (Marlene) Guy of Phoenix, AZ and Bobby Guy of Wichita, KS. Arrangements are by Rosewood Cremation & Funerals 438 Hwy 64 Conway, AR 72032, 501-327-7673 www. rosewoodcremation. com

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