Mrs. Misty Michelle Ingle, 47, of Marked Tree, Arkansas, passed away on Tuesday, August 26, 2014 at her home. Mrs. Ingle was born on September 7, 1966 in Little Rock, Arkansas to the late Bobbie Lou Jackson. Mrs. Ingle was one of Jehovah’s witnesses and was very active in the field work. She enjoyed cooking and spending time with family and friends.
Survivors include: her husband: John Ingle of the home; one daughter: Miya Ingle of the home; and a host of friends.
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Mr. Alfred Keith Hight, age 57 of Jonesboro, Arkansas passed away August 16, 2014 at the NEA Hospital in Jonesboro. Born May 19, 1957 in Phoenix, Arizona, he was the son of the late Alfred Henry and Mildred Fay Smith Hight. Mr. Hight was a happy person and loved dogs.
He is survived by his wife: Brenda Hight of the home; two daughters: Deloris Hight of Jonesboro, Arkansas and Brenda Jackson of Hoxie, Arkansas; two brothers: Everett Hight and Donnie Hight, three sisters: Linda Brott,Click here to read more.
Mr. Floyd Stone, 65, from Manila, Arkansas passed away Tuesday, August 19, 2014 at his home. Mr. Stone was born on July 14, 1949 in Manila, Arkansas to Bennie and Loretta Starkey Stone. Mr. Stone enjoyed making duck calls and riding motorcycles.
Survivors include; step mother: Shirley Stone of the home; four sons: Brandon Stone and wife Melissa of Manila, Arkansas, Bennie Stone and wife Jessica of Oklahoma, Christopher Stone and wife Ellen of Heber Springs, Arkansas and Anthony StoneClick here to read more.
Mr. Eugene Burks, 80, of Trumann, Arkansas passed away on Tuesday, August 19, 2014 at the Flo and Phil Jones Hospice House in Jonesboro, Arkansas. Mr. Burks was born on May 7, 1934 in Burdette, Arkansas to the late Chester and Zelma Scott Burks. Mr. Burks was a member of the New Liberty Baptist Church in Burdette, served his country in the Army Reserves, retired from the Singer Company in Trumann and Wendy’s of the South in Jonesboro, and he was an avid outdoorsman.
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Mr. Norman Williams, 78, a lifelong resident of Black Oak, Arkansas, passed away on Sunday, August 17, 2014 at St. Bernard’s Medical Center. Mr. Williams was born on February 7, 1936 in Black Oak, Arkansas to the late Jake “JK” and Eva Fisher Williams. Mr. Williams was a member of the Black Oak Baptist Church where he served as a deacon. Mr. Williams was an Air Force Veteran and Mayor of Black Oak for thirty years and loved his town. He, also, farmed and worked at FMC in JonesboroClick here to read more.