scan0058Brenda Teer Beason passed away on February 20, 2015 at Sherwood, Arkansas. She was born on March 19, 1950 to the late Warner and Sybil Jones.  She was a member of the Macedonia Baptist Church of Humnoke, Arkansas. Mrs. Beason like to read books puzzles and like to take care of people. She was a caretaker and worked at Lenox and England Shoe Factory. She was proceeded in death by her two husbands Larry D. Teer Sr. and John W. Beason.

She is survived by three sons, Larry and Kevin Teer of Humnoke, Arkansas, Brian (Melissa) Teer of Carlisle, Arkansas and a brother Michael Lee Jones. Also sister Janie (Jim) Allen of Arkadelphia, Arkansas. Three grandchildren Brittany Teer, Harley Hightower and Shelby Teer.

 

Funeral Services will be Monday February 23, 2015 at 1:oo p.m. with visitation at 12 noon both at Macedonia Baptist Church of Humnoke, Arkansas. Burial will be at Flynn Cemetery in Humnoke. In Lieu of flower donations may be made to Macedonia Baptist Church Mexican Missions P.O. Box 22, Humnoke, Arkansas 72072.  Wilson Robison Funeral Home of England, Arkansas will be charge of the arrangements.


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Terri Lynn Jumonville, 55, of Vilonia peacefully lost her fight against cancer and went to be with the Lord on January 20 in the hospital with her family by her side. She was a loving mother, sister, daughter, and Mimi. She was preceded in death by her husband, James (Jim) Jumonville. She is survived by her son, Brandon Whitfield (Sarah) of Sherwood; her daughter, Kira Lynn McNair of San Antonio, Tx; Her parents Adrin and Betty Ward of England; Her sister Mitzi Titus (Ken) of Little Rock; Her brother, Michael Ward (Tiffany) of Little Rock. Also left to cherish her memory are her 4 grandchildren whom she loved so much, Tyler, Lily and Lorelai Whitfield and Logan McNair. She will also be missed by her beloved nieces, nephews, Aunts, Uncles, cousins and friends!

She lived for her family, her precious fur babies (4 dogs, 1 cat and her horses)! She was a substitute teacher for Vilonia and Conway schools and loved every minute! She felt blessed to be surrounded by kids and coworkers. Her favorite Past times were reading, crocheting, and watching her grandsons play baseball! But she most enjoyed spending her weekends with all her B.I.S. girls camping and traveling with their horses. She asked that special donations be made to Camp Robinson Conservation Association to help rebuild camp area that suffered tornado damage.

Funeral Services will be Saturday January 24th at 2:00 p.m. at Wilson Robison Funeral Home Chapel of England. Visitation will be Friday January 23rd from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at the Funeral Home. Burial will be at Mulberry Cemetery. Wilson Robison Funeral Home of England will be in charge of the arrangements.IMG_0581


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  • Marie Self Henschel January 22nd, 2015 5:50 pm

    So very sorry for your loss.

  • DICKIE & Kay Workman January 23rd, 2015 9:49 pm

    Betty, Adrin & Family

    We were saddened to learn of Terri’s death you and your family are in our thoughts and prayers.

  • Becky Krisell Lowe January 24th, 2015 5:42 pm

    Praying for your family. My heart hurts over the loss of a lifetime friend. Terry was a wonderful person and will never be forgotten.

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  • Patricia Carter-Lewis January 19th, 2015 8:04 pm

    We were Blessed to have Charlie back in Arkansas to be with his Family
    his last 23 months on this earth; He was so ~FUNNY~ he remind me of Grady on Sanford and Son, There’s no way you could stay mad at him….No matter what he said to hurt your feeling….and Trust Me…He hurt a lot of people feeling….But, to be Mad at him is to LOVE Him….He expected you to GET OVER IT~ like he did…..I Never planned to Fall in Love with Him…But, I did….I looked forward to seeing Him…and He looked forward to seeing Me……We watched Rifleman at 5pm, some evenings when I got off from work,and He would tell me what’s going to happen next…. I will miss that….and MORE! I loved my Father-in-Law like I Loved my own Father.

  • Genai Walker-Macklin January 20th, 2015 4:48 am

    I am very sadden by the loss of Mr. Charlie; however, I am extremely happy with the memories and people that he impacted. I did not know him very well, but I felt as if I did because my mom would keep me informed on his health, and I would laugh every time when she told me something that he said while at the nursing home. I kind of looked forward to hearing stories of him setting someone out or flirting with the ladies who were helping him :) Lastly, I am very proud of my parents for bringing him back to Arkansas to live out the last 23 months. An ole’ man couldn’t ask for anything more. I will continue to pray for the family.

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Heaven has gained a jewel, Lillie Mae Mitchell passed away January 7, 2015 in Little Rock at 95 and 9 months of age. She was born on April 2, 1919 to Gus and Patsy Hogue in Tupelo, Mississippi. She was a faithful member of  The Pentecostal Church of Ferda, Arkansas. She was proceeded in death by Bee Alford and scan0055Finis Mitchell, two daughters Hazel Martin and Lois Smith. Survived by a daughter Peggy Gyline and (Jack) Kirkpatrick of Ferndale, Ark, one sister Louise Fortson of Cabot, Ark., 15 grandchildren, 35 great grandchildren and many great great grandchildren.

Rejoice with us Saturday January 10, 2015 at the Wilson Robison Funeral Home Chapel of England at 2:00 p.m. Visitation will be at 1:00 p.m. prior to the service.  Cemetery ceremony will be at Mulberry Cemetery of England. Wilson Robison Funeral Home of England will be in charge of the arrangements.


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Hazel B. Adams Travis born October 19, 1914 died on December 31, 2014 in her home in England, Arkansas.  Her parents were Emmitt E. and Ida (Houser) Burgess in the township of McClung Arkansas.

Survived by; Daughters, Bobbie Lynn Henderson (Darrell) and Ginger L. Adams of England, Arkansas. Grandchildren; Rhonda Pearcy  Talbot (Tom) of Memphis TN.; Calvin Pearcy (Margaret), Conway AR.; Dee Henderson( Shelly) England;  Adam Henderson (Robyn), Maumelle, AR  Matt Henderson (Wendy), Benton AR.;  Cort Williams (Erika), Memphis TN.; 16 great-grandchildren, 7 great great-grandchildren.

Predeceased by: her parents; husband, Virgil L. Adams and husband Clifton Hal Travis, Sr., daughters, Doris J. Adams Pearcy and Beverly J. Travis, son, Clifton Hal “Butch” Travis, grandchildren, Christian Williams, Clif Travis, Virgil Adams Pearcy, Lucy J. Travis, Tiffany Travis Young; two sisters, Dorothy Henderson and Florence Murchison and a brother, Marvin “Bugs” Burgess.

Hazel, lovingly called “Mama Hay”. “Hazy”, “Hazel B.” or “Aunt Hay” by young and old, was a pillar of the community of England. She was a loving nurturing mother, grandmother, great grandmother, great great-grandmother and friend to all who knew her. Some folks referred to her as “The Queen of England”. Southern Hospitality, Grace and Charm were just a few words to describe her.

Hazel wore many hats in her day: Member of the Eastern Star, Member of PTA for the England Elementary and High schools, as long as her children were in school. She held various offices in GFWC (England Cosmopolitan Club).  She was the owner of Lion Oil for many years. The First Baptist Church of England was an important part of her life. She was a longtime member of the Woman’s Missionary Society, Superintendent of the Primary Sunday School Dept, for many years and leader in organizing Vacation Bible School and Girls Auxiliary. She was involved in all church activities while able. It was important to Hazel to nurture children by teaching them right from wrong and love and forgiveness of fellow man and help lead them to salvation.

Today, a couple of the buzz words are “Act of Kindness” and “Pay It Forward”,. Hazel practiced those all her life. It came naturally to her. She preformed many charitable and philanthropic acts, quietly. It was just her way.

She enjoyed entertaining. The best times were when friends and family gathered inside her home. For 40 plus years, she hosted a Friday afternoon coffee for her “girlfriends” and everyone had a fabulous time telling stories and jokes. As time passed the weekly event became known as the “Tea Party” and the guest, “Tea Party Girls””. How ’bout this: New Years Eve Celebration for her “galpals” at age 92. Hayz along with her daughter, Ginger, hosted 18 ladies that year….9 p.m. to midnight…most stayed until 2 am…of course no one needed a designated drive for any reason except age.

She devoted her life to family, God, community and friends.

Funeral Services will be Saturday January 3, 2015 at 11:00 a.m. at First Baptist Church of England with visitation at 10:00 a.m. before the service. Interment will be in Mulberry Cemetery in Adams Family Masoleum. Wilson Robison Funeral Home of England will be in charge of the service. In lieu of flowers, donations to Christ’s Food Pantry c/o/ FUMC, 200 N.E. 2nd. Street, England, AR 72046 or First Baptist Church, 200 E. Haywood, England, AR 72046.scan0054


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Ray Edward Roberts, 89, of England Arkansas, went to be forever with our Lord Tuesday December 23, 2014. He was born in Hagler. Arkansas on September 20, 1925, to Nathan and Martha Wilkerson Roberts.
Ray was an ordained minister of the Pentecostal Church of God. Over the years he owned and operated a welding/blacksmith shop and a home appliance store. He served as the Hospitality Coordinator with the Good Sam’s Club of Arkansas. He served as Pastor of a Indian Mission Church in Hobart, Oklahoma for 13 months and carried them in his heart. He retired from the Department of Correction.
He was preceded in death by his parents, his first wife Navada Lyons; three brothers, Henry, J.L. and Gene Roberts;two sisters Beatrice Lyons and June Carter.
He is survived by his wife of 35 years, Mildred Spradlin Roberts, 3 sons Eddie (Cathy) Roberts of England, J.L. (Betty) Roberts of Jacksonville and Calvin (Melba) Spradlin of England; 2 daughters, Majorie (Don) Kesl of Little Rock and Betty (Jimmy) Sullivan of England.16 grandchildren, 39 great grandchildren and a host of great great grandchildren, nieces, nephews and an extended family whom he loved very much.
He was a devoted Christian and lived his life as a man of God. He was a devoted husband, father and grandfather; a kind, gentle, full of life man of God that never met a stranger. Ray loved reading, riding his golf cart around town, and his motor home across the country. Pawpaw Ray loved spending time with his family and friends most of all.
A memorial Service for Mr. Roberts will be held on Sunday December 28th 2014 at 3:00 p.m. at the England Pentecostal Church of God located at 109 N.W. 4th Street in England. In lieu of flowers the family has requested memorials be made to Indian Missions, P.O. Box 211866, Bedford, Tx 76095.
Wilson Robison Funeral Home of England will be in charge of the arrangements.


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  • Patricia Lewis December 27th, 2014 5:44 am

    Mr. Roberts indeed NEVER met a stranger. He was dearly Loved & He will be dearly missed.

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Rosie Carter, 95, of Humnoke passed away on December 11, 2014 at Stuttgart, Arkansas. She was born on June 2, 1919 to the late Jessie and Jessie Mae Rockwell. She loved to sew as she worked for Kellwood Industries as a seamstress. Mrs. Carter also like to garden. read, fish  and was a very outdoors person. One of her favorite things to do was to set on her front porch and watch the boys farm. She was a member of the Rowe’s Chapel Baptist Church of Humnoke. In addition to her parents she was proceeded in death by her husband Clyde B. Carter, one son Jerry Carter and 5 sisters and 3 brothers.

She is survived by one daughter Patricia Novies (John) of Humphrey, Arkansas and three sons Dale Carter (Linda) of Sulpher Rock, Arkansas, Clifton Carter (Jayne) and Alvin Carter (Linda) both of Humnoke, Arkansas.  One brother Garland Ray Rockwell of Humnoke, Arkansas and two sisters Louise Oneal of Sherwood, Arkansas and Betty Underwood of Carsisle, Arkansas. One daughter-in-law Donna Carter of Humnoke.  Mrs. Carter is also survived by 13 grandchildren, 22 great grandchildren and 3 great great grandchildren.

 

Funeral Service will be Saturday December 13th, 2014 at 2:00 p.m. at Rowe’s Chapel Baptist Church of Humnoke, Arkansas. Visitation will be from 6-8 p.m. on Friday December 12th, 2014 at Wilson Robison Funeral Home. Wilson Robison Funeral Home of England will be in charge of the arrangements.scan0049


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James Eason, 75 passed away on November 18th, 2014 at Wright, Arkansas. He was born on January 22, 1939 to the late Albert and Viola Eason. He was of the Church of Christ faith. He was a farmer and loved his family. In addition to his parents he was proceeded in death by Helen Eason and daughter Sheri Eason and son David Eason.

 

He is survived by one son Mickey Eason of White Hall, Arkansas and one daughter Tonya Eason of North Little Rock, Arkansas. Two sisters Bernice Cole and Margaret Patterson. Mr. Eason is also survived by  4 grandchildren Anna Eason, Alex Eason, Matthew Eason and Misty Miller and two great grandchildren Carter and Xander Miller.

A private memorial Service will be held later by the family. Wilson Robison Funeral Home  of England will be in charge of the arrangements.


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Roxie Joyce Ledbetter, 86, passed away on November 15, 2014. She was born on December 3, 1927 to the late Elmer and Susie Bowman. She was a homemaker and a member of the Union Valley Missionary Baptist Church of Coy. In addition to her parents she was proceeded  in death by her husband Orville Eugene Ledbetter and a son Jerry Ledbetter.

 

She is survived by two daughters Jo Ledbetter of Coy, Arkansas and Laurie (Delbert) Minton  of England, Arkansas. Mrs. Ledbetter is also survived by 4 grandchildren and 3  great grandchildren.

 

Graveside Service will be Tuesday November 18, 2014 at 2:00 p.m. at Moss Cemetery in Bearden, Arkansas. Wilson Robison Funeral Home willscan0044 be in charge of the arrangements.


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Otha Darrell Joslin went to be with the Lord Jesus Christ on November 10, 2014. He was a beloved Father, Grandfather, and friend. He could always make you laugh, and was such a cut up. Always ready to tell good jokes about past experiences. Daddy was a medic in Vietnam, he met General Westmoreland, and was under the first Lady General in Vietnam. He also was master upholster and was featured in Hot Rod magazine for his upholstering of many antique vehicles.

Survivors include tow sons Darrell Joslin & wife Rachel of Russelville, AL;Dewayne Joslin & wife Charnelle of Jacksonville, AR; one daughter Lisa Blocker & husband Roger of Monroe, LA; also survived by one sister, Shirley Woodard of Sherwood, AR. Sister in law Carolyn Joslin of Pine Bluff, AR. Seven grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Preceded in death by father Otha Joslin and mother Ruby Inez Joslin of England, AR; brother Jimmy Joslin of Pine Bluff, AR.

 

Services will be at England Pentecostal Church Wednesday November 12, 2014 at 1:00 p.m. Visitation will be from 11-1. Burial will be at Mulberry Cemetery. Wilson Robison Funeral Home will be in charge of the arrangements.

 

Pallbearers will be Seth Canada, Gary Canada, Dewayne Joslin, Ronnie Fields and Jimmy Minton. Honorary Pallbearer Johnny Woodard.scan0043


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