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Lindy Dale Chambers, Sr. , 72, of Bryant, went to be with his Savior Wednesday, Nov. 2,. He was predeceased by his father, Leven Chambers; his mother, Lissie Tatum Chambers; a brother, Orville Chambers; and a sister, Maxine Chambers Meyer.
Lindy â€śPopsâ€ť Chambers Sr. leaves a large family, including his wife of 54 years, Phoebe Joy Hendrix Chambers; four sons, Lindy Dale Chambers, Jr., LockertÂ â€śLuckyâ€ť Donovan Chambers, Lance Dean Chambers, Loren Dana Chambers; and a daughter, Phelecia Janine â€śJanâ€ť Chambers Hodges. Daughters-in-law include Sheila, Joyce, Marsha, Nelia, and Wendy, and a son-in-law Cary.
Lindy, known as â€śPapaw,â€ť also is survived by grandchildren including Lindy III, Melody, Alexander, Tanner, Leven, William, Micah, Kira, A. J., Roman, Hayley, Brittany, Reyna, Jade, Nikki, Dana, Amanda, Dianna, Corey, Heather, and Mandie; and many great-grandchildrenl, including the recently born Liliana Elise. (A full family list will be included in a future memorial.)
Lindy was a family man and had many creative talents and lifelong hobbies, which included riding, building, and creating motorcycles of distinctive styles for his many friends, as well as automotive repair, building and restoration. He also was a talented artist and could use many mediums to express this talent. His most recent passion was his time as a train enthusiast.
Visitation is scheduled 6 to 8 p.m. Friday at Roller-Ballard Funeral Home (315-4047) in Benton.
Funeral service will be held Saturday at 2 p.m. at Roller-Ballard. His final resting place will be at New Friendship Cemetery, where his parents are buried.
Online guestbook :www.rollerfuneralhomes.com/ballard
Family Ccomments: The family wishes to express many heartfelt thanks for the love friends have given them in their loss of Lindy.