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Beulah Sherrill

October 8, 2012

Beulah Sherrill, 82, of Benton passed away Oct. 5.  She was born July 8, 1930, in Pine Bluff to the late Jack and Mamie Ferguson Allen.  She was a member of Victory Baptist Church.
Beulah was preceded in death by her parents; husband, William (Bill) Sherrill; son, Carrol Davis, and grandson, Chris Patterson; brothers, J.B. Mann and Buddy Allen; and sister, Margie Baltzell.
She is survived by son, Tim Sherrill, and wife, Amy, of Vilonia; daughters, Cathy Blaylock and husband, Ken, of Benton; Brenda Pelton and husband, Rex, of Traskwood; six grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren.

Charles (Chuck) S. Willis

October 8, 2012

Charles (Chuck) S. Willis, 79, of Benton died Thursday, Oct. 4. He was born in Des Arc on July 5, 1933, to the late Marion and Ruby Willis.
Chuck was a member of Spring Creek Baptist Church in Benton. He was an avid Bauxite Miners fan and a member of the Bauxite Old-Timers Booster Club. He enjoyed going to all of the football games.
Chuck was preceded in death by a son, Kenneth Willis, and a daughter, Kathy Ratliff.

Helen Joy (Underwood) Ingram

October 8, 2012

Helen Joy (Underwood) Ingram, 79, of Lee’s Summit, Mo., formerly of Crystal Lake, Ill, and Hot Springs Village, died peacefully in her sleep with her husband at her side early on Sept. 29 at Village House in Lee’s Summit, Mo. 
Born July 29,1933, in Paducah, Texas. On her birthday, July 29, 1955, Helen was married to Merriwell “Mel” Ingram in Amarillo, Texas, where both had graduated from Amarillo High School. 

Ronnie V. (Hutch) Hutcheson

October 8, 2012

Ronnie V. (Hutch) Hutcheson, 70, of Benton died Sunday, Sept. 30. He was born Feb. 19, 1942, in Benton. Ronnie was a retired licensed psychiatric technician nurse and worked in the forensic unit at the Arkansas State Hospital, a Brick Mason and a member of Trinity Baptist Church. He loved fishing and deer hunting and was a local community football fan.
Ronnie was preceded in death by his parents, Albert and Doris Harris Hutcheson.

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