Obituary: Lee Esther Smith Muldrow

Lee Esther Smith Muldrow was born July 8, 1954, in Prescott to the union of Earnest Smith and Hattie Walker Smith. She grew up in Prescott and was a 1972 graduate of Prescott High School.

She was fun-loving, and lived life with no limits. Everyone in Prescott knew her as “No P”, which meant “No Problem”. Lee Esther meant what she said and she said what she meant. She believed in respect and treating others the same. 

Lee Esther retired from the Prescott-McRae schools as a cook. She made sure every child was fed and full. Her personality made her well acquainted with the students, administration, faculty and staff.

She was content with the simple things that life offered. In her spare time, she enjoyed watching wrestling and Westerns. She was a true Broncos and Lakers fan. Always ready for a family get-together and dominoes games she would brag about her frequent wins. She enjoyed baking and listening to her favorite blues artist TK Soul.

She was treasured by her family and friends. Lee Esther passed peacefully in her sleep on Sunday, February 27 2022. She was preceded in death by her parents.

Because love is greater than death she leaves her children, Undra (Veronica) Spencer of Okolona, Toni Muldrow of Prescott, and Roger (Keisha) Muldrow of Russellville; her grandchildren, Hannah Spencer, Caleb Spencer, Da’Mya Tripp, Trinity Muldrow and Ry’Lee Muldrow; her sisters, Mille Smith and Fannie (Clifford) Ollision and a brother, Richard Ray Smith all of Prescott; her uncles, Fred McGill and Clarence Shaw. She also leaves a host of nieces, nephews, special nieces, Carolyn Woodley, Gwendolyn Little, Sharon Hayes-Galvin, Tammi Smith, LaShawn Smith, Dominique Smith-Williams, other relatives, special friends, Thomas “Low Rider” Johnson, Louise “Ms. Sweet” Dixon, Janice Carter, Yvonne “Duck” Sockwell, and several other friends.

Visitation will be held Friday, March 4, 2022 from noon until 7 p.m. at Williams Funeral Home in Arkadelphia.

Friends are invited to say a final goodbye at 11 a.m. Saturday, March 5, at The SPOT in Prescott, Arkansas with the Rev. Ivory Curry serving as eulogist. Please note that masks are required upon entry into the facility. Interment will be at Green Hill Cemetery in Blevins.

Bearers of the casket will be Dave Johnson, Calvin Flemons, Ricky Stuckey, Thomas Muldrow, David Collier, Jerome Johnson, Robert Morgan, Jr., and A.J. Lewis, Jr. Honorable to mention are Undra Spencer, Roger Muldrow, Douglas Flenory, Tate Stuart, Lamont Glasgow, Rontarious Hamilton, Richards Smith, Jr., Terry Woodley, Jr., Martel Woodley, Quincey Samuels and Earnest Smith, III.

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