Archive - Obituary
April 9th, 2012
Horace William Garton known to those who loved him as "Chic" or "Pastor G," age 87, went to be with his Lord and Savior on April 4 at the Saline Memorial Hospice House in Bryant. He was born in Philadelphia, PA on June 8, 1924.
Teresa Gail Swan Johns, 47, of Benton, died Friday, April 6, 2012 at the Saline Memorial Hospital in Benton. Mrs. Johns was a native of Crossett and a resident of Benton for the past 19 years. She graduated from Crossett High School in 1982. She worked as a Certified Nursing Assistant at Benton Service Center for 5 years.
She was a member of the Apostolic Tabernacle in Benton and a member of the Lupus Foundation. She was a very charitable and caring person, an avid Razorback fan and loved Razorback football.
Shirley Ann Glaze, 72, of Alexander passed away Wednesday, April 4.Â She was born March 5, 1940 in Bauxite, Ark.Â Mrs. Glaze worked as a cashier at a grocery store.Â She was preceded in death by her parents, Samuel Deaton Lattin and Annie Lois (Jones) Lattin; husband, Montie Glenn Glaze; daughter, Ann Marie Glaze and a sister, Josephine Wear.
Brian Russell Cunningham, 31, of Bryant passed away April 5. He was born April 20, 1980 in Hampton, Va. toÂ Michael and Delores Hensley Cunningham.Â
He was preceded in death by his grandparents, Raymond Cunningham, Mildred Cunningham, Leo Travis Hensley, and Doris Nadine Hensley.Â
He is survived by his parents, Michael Wayne Cunningham and Delores Ann Cunningham, sisters, Stacy Fritzius, Rhonda Venis and husband, Ronald Venis II all of Benton, children, Kylie Grace Cunningham and Emily Madison Cunningham of Malvern, Tylar Raye Cunningham of Alabama, six nieces and two nephews.
Gary Snodderly, 56, of Benton went home to be with the Lord on April 4. He was born June 4, 1955, to Raymond and Jean Snodderly in Rockford, Ill.
Mr. Snodderly loved reading the word of God and sharing his time with God in the outdoors.
He is survived by his father, Raymond Snodderly and his mother, Jean Smith; a sister, Linda Bunting and husband Mike; his best friend, Wendy Martin; a nephew, Johnny Jones; two great-nieces, Jacey and Avery Jones; and a great-nephew, Max Jones.
Nancy Karen Parker of Benton passed away Friday, April 6.Â She was born Jan. 6, 1946, in Danville, to the late Ellis Roberson and Estella Wehunt Roberson.Â
Mrs. Parker was a former employee of Smith Fiberglass.Â She and her husband, Richard E. Parker of Benton,would have celebrated their 50TH wedding anniversary on May 17, 2012.Â Â
Ula Jean (Turner) Griffin, 73, of the Shaw Community, passed away Wednesday, April 4, at Arkansas Heart Hospital in Little Rock.Â She was born April 20, 1938 in England to the late T.J. and Verda Ann Turner.Â She was a homemaker and loved to hunt and raise chickens.Â She was of Missionary Baptist faith.
In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her son, Walter Wayne Griffin; two grandsons, Chris Lewis and Walter Ammons; two sisters, Irma Gregg and Vetola Stergeon, and four brothers.Â
Randy Michael Wootten, 46, of Batesville entered heaven after a courageous battle with lung cancer, quietly with family at his home, on Monday, April 2. He was born August 29, 1966 in Torrance, Calif. to Jerry and Wanda Wooten.
He is proceeded in death by his father, Jerry C. Wootten on Benton.
Morgan L. Hodkin, 91, of Benton went home to be with the Lord on April 4.Â He was born Oct. 13, 1920 to the late Bill and Grace Hodkin of Carthage, Mo.Â Mr. Hodkin was a deacon for more than 60 years a member of Holland Chapel Church.Â Morgan was the mechanical engineer director of the physical plant at UAMS for 26 years.
After he retired from UAMS in 1975, he was the field director with Carter, Chilcoat Icobaum Rouse and Walker.Â
Mary McRee Mitchell, 67, of Alexander, passed away Monday, April 2.Â She was born May 9, 1944 in Little Rock.Â Mrs. Mitchell was a retired L.P.N. and a strong advocate for helping local nursing homes.Â She was a passionate Arkansas Razorback fan.Â
Mrs. Mitchell was preceded in death by her parents, Hubert and Helene Blakley and her husband, Phillip Charles Mitchell.