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HOLLENBECK: Life lessons from one of God’s gentlest creatures

May 9, 2011

While a lot of attention today will be given to celebrating mothers — and rightfully so since this is, after all, Mother’s Day — another celebration that takes place every year is coming to a close. It, too, deserves special notice.
This is the annual Be Kind to Animals Week, which, in my opinion, should be an ongoing, everyday thing that everyone practices, though I know that’s not reality. Still, it’s nice to set aside a special time to focus on those in our midst that can’t speak for themselves but must depend on human compassion to have any sort of life at all.

Martha Pearl Holder

May 9, 2011

Martha Pearl (Pittman) Holder, 55, of Malvern was born in Malvern on Nov. 14, 1955, the daughter of Wiley and Martha (Barker) Pittman. Martha was a loving mother, Mema, sister and friend. 

James A. Due

May 9, 2011

James A. Due passed away unexpectedly on May 3, 2011.
Jim was born in Little Rock on Sept. 23, 1953, to John Allen Due and Mary Lou Steed Due. He received his BBA and MBA from University of Arkansas. Jim was a 26-year employee of Merrill Lynch in New York City and Dallas as a bond trader and vice president of institutional bond sales. Most recently, he was vice president of investments for UBS Financial Services.
Jim will be remembered by his many friends and clients as a respected and trusted financial advisor and a passionate golfer.

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