Archive - Mar 23, 2011
Cecil Doyle Harrell, 67, of Benton passed away March 21, 2011, in Benton. He was born Nov. 3, 1943, in Bauxite.
Mr. Harrell was a member of Forest Hills Missionary Baptist Church and a retired chemical engineer from ADEQ.
He is preceded in death by his grandparents, Will and Etta Ridling and Oscar and Myrtle Harrell.
Survivors include his parents, J. R. and Ruby Ridling Harrell; two nephews, John Harrell and wife Dawn and Michael Harrell and wife Darby; two nieces, Luca and Ruby Harrell; two great-nephews, Blayne and Chance Johnson; and many cousins, friends and co-workers.
Thomas W. Davies, 39 of Bauxite died Sunday, March 20, 2011, at Baptist Medical Center after suffering from a massive cranial hemorrhage, and he was surrounded by immediate family.
Tom was born April 21, 1971, in Little Rock to Pamela G. Garner Davies of Tull and the late Billy H. Davies.
Tom was well known for his great love for the game of baseball; he coached and umpired for most of his life. He was currently the Baseball Commissioner at the Sardis Ballpark.
He was preceded in death by his father; and an uncle, James David Garner.
Bill Bennett, 68, of Benton died Sunday, March 20, 2011, in Benton.
Bill was born March 10, 1943, in Wheatley.
He was a self employed heating and air contractor and a reserve deputy sheriff in Saline County. He loved his family, fishing, hunting and liked to work on junk.
Billy Ervin Kee, 77, of Haskell passed away on Saturday, March 19, 2011, at the Conway Regional Medical Center.
Billy was a veteran of the Army having served in the Korean War, was of the Assembly of God Faith and was an avid outdoors man.
He is preceded in death by his wife of 49 years, Jimmie Sue Kee; his parents, Freeman Kee and Mabel Gross Kee; and his sister, Geneva Mathews-McClure.
The Rev. James L. âJimâ Harrell Jr., 65, of Benton took his heavenly flight to his eternal home March 21, 2011.
He was born in Alameda, Calif., July 7, 1945.
The Rev. Jim Harrell graduated from Watson Chapel High School and went on to attend Arkansas State University in Jonesboro. He then attended the Little Rock Missionary Baptist Seminary and the Minden, Louisiana Baptist Seminary. He pastored for 46 years including Baptist churches in South, North and Central Arkansas.
After winning the Tournament of Champions in North Little Rock last weekend, the Bryant Lady Hornets are taking the show on the road for spring break
Starting Thursday, Bryant (7-1, 1-0 7A Central) will be in Clarksville, Tenn., for a tournament lasting through Saturday. If they play like they did against Mountain Home on Saturday, the Lady Hornets are sure to impress the competition.