Mrs. Richelle Marie Cole, age 46, passed away on Monday, January 16, 2017 at the Arkansas Methodist Medical Center in Paragould, Arkansas. Born April 7, 1970 in St. Louis, Missouri, she was the daughter of the late Richard and Clayetta McDaniel Schaefer. Mrs. Cole was of the Pentecostal faith, and enjoyed watching the food network and cooking. Her greatest gift was raising her children and spending time with her family.
She is survived by two sons: Brandon Hardwick and wife Tori ofClick here to read more.
Robert Stuart Jones, 74 of Jonesboro, Arkansas, passed away January 17, 2017 at St. Bernardâs Medical Center. Born April 1, 1942 in Pasadena, California he was the son of the late Edward and Jean Wolfe Jones.
Memorial services will be announced at a later time under the direction of Faith Funeral Service of Manila, Arkansas.Click here to read more.
Misty Jones, 41, of Paragould, Arkansas, passed away on January 9, 2017 at her home. She was born on December 11, 1975 in Kennett, Missouri to the late Charles Wayne and Cathy Holt Davis. She enjoyed coloring in adult coloring books and spending time with her family.
Survivors include: one son: Devin Davis and fiancÃ© Kacie Pitcher of Paragould, Arkansas; one daughter: Jaquelyne Jones of Paragould, Arkansas; one brother: Charles Davis of Paragould, Arkansas; one sister: Casey Jones;Click here to read more.
Joyce Marie Everett, 63, of Jonesboro, Arkansas, passed away on Tuesday, January 10, 2017 at Flo and Phil Jones Hospice House. She was born on September 6, 1953 in Des Moines, Iowa to Leo and Thelma Heatherington Swan. She was a member of Bolivar Pentecostal Church of Harrisburg, enjoyed playing Nintendo, coloring in adult coloring books, playing Dig Dug, crocheting, and hanging out with her sister.
Survivors include: her father: Leo Swan of Trumann, Arkansas; four sons: Tony Swan, GeorgeClick here to read more.
John Stanley Terry, 79, of Whitton, Arkansas, passed away on Monday, January 9, 2017. He was born on March 19, 1937 in Moulton, Alabama to the late James and Lela Bradford Terry. He was a member of the United Methodist Church in Joiner, Arkansas and worked in record sales and promotion for several recording companies. He enjoyed crappie fishing, reading, watching westerns, drinking coffee, playing cards with his friends, and most importantly, spending time with his family.
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