Hot Springs Obituaries

Hot Springs Obituaries

Local obituary notices in Hot Springs, AR

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  • Tuesday May 16 | via The Rochester Sentinel 

    Faye Elizabeth Enyart

    Faye Elizabeth Enyart, 81, Mountain View, Mo., passed away on May 13, 2017, at her home. She was born on Oct. 27, 1935, in Warsaw, the daughter of Carl and Vada Zartman.

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  • Tuesday May 16 | via The Rochester Sentinel 

    Faye Elizabeth Enyart

    Faye Elizabeth Enyart, 81, Mountain View, Mo., passed away on May 13, 2017, at her home. She was born on Oct. 27, 1935, in Warsaw, the daughter of Carl and Vada Zartman.

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  • Friday May 12 | via Sequoyah County Times 

    Carolyn Sue Willett Bonds

    Carolyn Sue Willett Bonds, 73, of Liberty, died on Thursday, May 11, 2017, in Fort Smith, Ark. She was born on June 12, 1943, in Hot Springs, Ark., to Ira Dancy Willett and Susie Bernard Willett.

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  • Tuesday May 9 | via Panolian 

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    Margaret Marie Scruggs Mahan, 88, passed away Wednesday, May 3, 2017 at Senatobia Health and Rehab. She was born September 13, 1928 in Batesville to the late Buena Vista Still Scruggs and the late James Thomas Scruggs.

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  • Friday Apr 28 | via The Daily Gazette 

    Charles A. a Charliea Bahr

    Charles A. "Charlie" Bahr, 64, of Dixon, passed away Thursday, April 27, 2017, at KSB Hospital in Dixon, surrounded by his children, after a brief and courageous battle. He owned that successful business for 20 years, later working for other local businesses, including Harden's Auto Repair, Whatever Trucking, and Ron's Automotive.

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  • Monday Apr 24 | via Hawk Eye 

    Lottie Clark

    Born July 22, 1943, in Hot Springs, Ark., she was the daughter of Frank and Lottie Logan Haywood. She married Elmer E. Clark Dec. 29, 1983, in Keokuk; he survives.

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  • Apr 19, 2017 | via CottageCountryNow.ca 

    Kentucky Derby-winning trainer Lynn S. Whiting dies ...

    Lynn S. Whiting, who trained Lil E. Tee to an upset victory in the 1992 Kentucky Derby, died Wednesday. He was 77. He died at his home in Louisville, Kentucky, after a struggle with cancer and a stroke he had during the winter in Arkansas, according to Oaklawn Park spokeswoman Jennifer Hoyt.

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