Archive - Nov 2012
Peggy G. Loy Wallace, 82, of Bryant passed away peacefully on Nov. 19.
The Wallaces moved to Bryant in 1963, building the first home in Tanglewood Acres.Â She loved her yard, and was happiest when caring for her family.Â She loved to make homemade rolls at every occasion, often sending them to neighbors. After her youngest son started school, she worked at Bryant Dairy King and later Bobâ€™s Thriftway.
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A Traskwood man convicted of murder two decades ago pleaded guilty today to helping bury the body of a man in 2008, but he will not be serving additional jail time because of that act.
Patsy CampbellÂ Adney, 84, of Benton went to be with the Lord on Sunday, Nov. 18.Â Patsy was born in Bauxite to Frank and Emily Campbell on March 10, 1928.
She loved to laugh and spend time with her family and friends.Â She was longtime member ofÂ West Bauxite Missionary Baptist Church.Â Â
Patsy was preceded in death by her parents; her husband of 48 years, James Adney,Â her grandaughter, Randi Ann Adney; and her brother. Frank Campbell Jr.Â