Jimmy was a TV repairman, drove a truck for Jackson Petroleum, was a material handler for Fafner, and a 50 year member of the Masons. He was a U. S. Army veteran, who served in the Korean War.
A.L. was a U.S. Army veteran and lied about his age to join the Army at 16 to escape the cotton fields.
Perhaps Darris was best known for her fried fruit pies and fresh strawberry pies. Almost everyone she knew got more than one. She loved to cook and especially loved church socials and potlucks.
Stan was known for his quick smile, quiet patience, and unwavering dedication to his family, especially his “girls.” In his retirement, Stan treasured traveling with his family across the United States, especially the many return trips to Hawaii, the location of his and Geneva’s honeymoon in 1976.
Eva worked as a Rosie the Riveter in Rhode Island and married her husband Raymond James Marks after the war. They traveled all over the world while he worked in the oil fields.
Madison Jackson Cary, age 20, of Gurdon, passed from this life on Thursday June 23, 2022.
It was rumored that Rabbit had the best cold water in Okolona.
James “Jim” Kilts passed away on June 17, 2022.
Hannah Elizabeth Smith passed from this life on Thursday, June 16, 2022.
Helen was a ray of sunshine to all who knew her. She truly lived up to her middle name and was joyful all of her life.