Nicole Jenkins, 40, of Kennett, Missouri, passed away Monday, May 22, 2017. Nicole loved spending time with her children and grandchildren. She enjoyed swimming, reading, coloring, arts and crafts, shopping, and her dog Dazy Mae.
She is survived by her husband: Brandon Ray Jenkins, of Kennett, Missouri; two daughters: Victoria Faith Kendrick of Marmaduke, Arkansas; and Kailan Nicole Whitfield of Kennett, Missouri; one son: Brandon Ray Jenkins, II. of Kennett, Missouri; her mother: KarlaClick here to read more.
Billie Fern Kimbrough, 70, passed away at her home in Cardwell, Missouri, Monday, May 22, 2017. Billie was known for being a beautiful woman and an amazing cook. Her homemade bread was the best.
She is survived by her husband: Charlie E. Smith of the home; one daughter: Tracy Roberts and husband Jason of Cabot, Arkansas; two sons: Robert Adam Lipper and wife Pam of West Plains, Missouri; and Charles Scott Lipper of Cardwell, Missouri; three grandchildren; one aunt: Shirley Bateman ofClick here to read more.
Ms. Peggy Jane Cobb, 56, of Jonesboro, Arkansas passed away Tuesday, May 23, 2017 at the Flo and Phil Hospice House in Jonesboro. She was born in Harrisburg, Arkansas to John Walter Cobb and Norma Jean Parks Cobb. Mrs. Cobb attended the Central Baptist Church in Jonesboro, Arkansas and enjoyed crafting and playing with her grandchildren.
Survivors include her mother: Norma Jean Cobb of Jonesboro; two sons: Jeremy Holmes and wife Jessica of Mammoth Springs, Arkansas and Jonathan Wood andClick here to read more.
Addie Mack Wince, 64, of Paragould, Arkansas passed away on May 19, 2017 at Barnes-Jewish Hospital in St. Louis, Missouri. He was born on December 21, 1952 in Paragould, Arkansas to Joseph and Tomazean Smith Wince. He was a member of the River of Life Church, and enjoyed fishing, woodworking, and watching westerns.
Survivors include; his father: Joseph Wince of Paragould, Arkansas; his wife: Virginia Wince of the home; two sons: Teddy Wince of Paragould, Arkansas and Jeremy Wince (Amanda)Click here to read more.
Carmela Marguerite McGaha Aaron, 73, of Heber Springs, Arkansas, passed away on May 14, 2017 at the Flo and Phil Jones Hospice House in Jonesboro, AR. She was born on June 21, 1943 in San Leandro, California to the late Robert Lee McGaha II and Anna Maria Fiannaca McGaha. She was one of Jehovahâs Witnesses and had belonged to the congregation in Heber Springs since 1970. Throughout her life, Carmel enjoyed spending time in her ministry where she could share wonderful Bible-basedClick here to read more.