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January 16th, 2012

HOLLENBECK: Accident-prone kid turns anxious mother into vigilant warrior

January 16, 2012

The other day I listened to some people talking about how the sight of blood nauseates them.
"I just about pass out when I see somebody with a really bad cut that's spurting blood," one person said.
I held my tongue for a time, then I had to jump into the conversation.
"You should have had the ready-for-blood-and-guts-and-anything-else indoctrination that I underwent as a young mother," I said.
That training came via my third child, who knew no fear.

David McKinnley Morrow

January 16, 2012

David McKinnley Morrow, 33, of Little Rock, passed away Saturday, Jan. 14.  He was born July 7, 1978 in Benton.  David was a true Christian, a wonderful son and a loving man.  His passion was rebuilding mustangs.  David was preceded in death by his grandfather, Carl Morrow and a brother, Thomas Michael Morrow. 
He is survived by his parents, Tommy and Marsha Morrow of Little Rock; brother, Mark Edward Morrow of Benton; grandparents, Betty Morrow of Benton and George and Glenna Johnson of Benton and three cousins he considered brothers, Jeff, Darin and Billy Joe Clay.

John T. “J.T.” Peterson

January 16, 2012

John T. “J.T.” Peterson, 91, of Bauxite passed away Friday, Jan. 13. He was born Sept. 18, 1920, in Leola.
Mr. Peterson was retired from Alcoa as a mine superintendent. He was a World War II Army veteran and a member of West Bauxite Missionary Baptist Church.
Mr. Peterson was preceded in death by his parents, Daniel Webster and Della Ray Peterson; a brother, Kenneth Peterson; and a sister, Odelia Lenger.

 

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