Little Rock Obituaries

Little Rock Obituaries

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  • Thursday Jul 23 | via Log Cabin Democrat 

    Lewis Owen Dalton

    He was a Baptist, a member of the Eastside Baptist Church in Conway and an Army veteran, He retired in 2000 from the North Little Rock School District Administration and Kroger in Conway after five years. Lewis was an avid Razorback fan and loved Branson, Mo.

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  • Wednesday Jul 22 | via Arkansas Times 

    Memorial service set for Little Rock police dog

    The Little Rock police announced that the department will hold a memorial service at 11:30 a.m. Monday at Immanuel Baptist Church to honor Titus, a K9 officer, or police dog, and his handler Officer Jason Farmer. July 15, Titus died after a long foot chase of a suspect with property stolen from a vehicle.

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  • Tuesday Jul 21 | via Arkansas Times 

    Mike Vogler - conscientious in objection and service...

    Michael Vogler died during heart surgery last Friday and his obituary at Ruebel Funeral Home is a testament to a man who quietly devoted his life to children and other good works. I met him shortly after I arrived in Little Rock, not too long after his release from federal prison for refusal to be drafted during the Vietnam war.

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  • Sunday Jul 19 | via Daily Globe 

    Austin Thomas Ahola

    He was born Oct. 3, 1997, in Duluth, Minn ., the son of William and Patricia Ahola. A gifted and talented student, he was currently completing all of his high school studies at the Hurley K-12 school and was enrolled in the Youth Options Program at Northland College in Ashland.

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  • Friday Jul 17 | via NWAonline 

    Police dog captures suspect, dies of heat

    Little Rock police dog Titus, shown here in a photo provided by the Little Rock Police Department, died Wednesday from heat-related illnesses after subduing a suspect. A Little Rock police dog died of heat-related illnesses Wednesday after chasing and subduing a car burglary suspect downtown, police reported.

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  • Thursday Jul 16 | via The Courier 

    Obituary: Myra DeGinther

    Myra DeGinther LITTLE ROCK - Myra Byassee DeGinther of Little Rock passed away Friday, July 10, 2015. She was born March 27, 1926, to J.E. and Mattie Agee Byassee in Maury City, Tenn., and grew up in Deering, Mo., where she graduated from high school.

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  • Monday Jul 13 | via Log Cabin Democrat 

    Hazel Irene (Parks) Patterson

    Mrs. Patterson was preceded in death by her son, Jim Patterson; three brothers, Harold Parks, William "Bud" Parks and John Glenn Parks; and sister, Lola Caldwell. Hazel was employed as a registered nurse at Baptist Hospital, Conway Memorial and Meadowlake Nursing Home.

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  • Sunday Jul 12 | via WTSP-TV Saint Petersburg 

    Men of USS Indianapolis: Lost at sea, remembered at ...

    Families of those who died in 1945 USS Indianapolis disaster are receiving flags to commemorate their loved one's sacrifice. Men of USS Indianapolis: Lost at sea, remembered at home Families of those who died in 1945 USS Indianapolis disaster are receiving flags to commemorate their loved one's sacrifice.

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  • Saturday Jul 11 | via NWAonline 

    Other days

    Although the Pope County Democratic Central Committee today canvassed the returns from the special election held last Saturday to nominate a successor for circuit judge to succeed the late Jesse M. Martin, the result will not be announced until Monday, when the Judicial Committee of the district meets in Danville to canvas returns from the four counties in the district. a Mrs. Floyd Rogers of Route 6, North Little Rock, said Saturday that about $64 worth of flowers had been stolen from her husband's grave at Edgewood Cemetery some time between July 3 and Saturday.

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  • Thursday Jul 9 | via FOX16 

    Funeral Service Set for AR Girl Who Died on Alabama ...

    A funeral service date has been set for a 12-year-old Arkansas girl who died on an Alabama beach Sunday afternoon. A celebration of life for Megan Nickell will be held on July 11th at New Life Church on Crystal Hill Road in North Little Rock starting at 11 a.m. Nickell, a 7th grader at Central Arkansas Christian Schools was killed after being struck by lightning while playing volleyball with friends on Fort Morgan Beach.

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  • Wednesday Jul 8 | via Log Cabin Democrat 

    Catherine Murry Pence

    Catherine Murry Pence , 74, of Little Rock went home to be with the Lord on Thursday, July 2, 2015. Catherine was a graduate of UCA.

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  • Wednesday Jul 8 | via FOX16 

    Little Rock Mom Seeks Justice Eight Months After Son...

    A Little Rock mother is still searching for justice eight months after her son was murdered. Veronica Burnett says her son loved to play basketball.

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  • Sunday Jul 5 | via NWAonline 

    Delta Exhibition starts Friday; Dombek juror

    Arkansas artist George Dombek, an internationally acclaimed watercolorist, is the juror for this year's Delta Exhibition at the Arkansas Arts Center. The 57th annual Delta Exhibition, juried by noted Arkansas watercolorist George Dombek, opens Friday and runs through Sept.

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  • Friday Jul 3 | via The Courier 

    Obituary: Silas Teeter

    Silas Neil Teeter, 72, of Little Rock passed away on Thursday, June 25, 2015. Neil was preceded in death by father, Silas Milton Teeter, mother, Crystal May Price Teeter and brother, Norman Teeter.

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  • Jun 27, 2015 | via NWAonline 

    Getting it straight

    The Democrat-Gazette wants its news reports to be fair and accurate. We correct all errors of fact.

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  • Jun 26, 2015 | via NewsOK.com 

    Two people die from highway accident injuries

    About 3:30 p.m. Friday, Kidd was driving a vehicle north on the Muskogee Turnpike near mile marker 51 when she lost control, collided with a tractor-trailer after crossing into the southbound lane, the patrol reported. Kidd died at the scene.

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  • Jun 23, 2015 | via The Courier 

    2015 Pope County Farm Family

    Shane Kasper, a 1982 graduate of Atkins High School, may have had intentions of operating a poultry and cattle farm as a youth, but he never thought it would actually happen. After a seven-month stint in the Navy ended in getting kicked out for sleep walking, he said he bounced around from job to job, still clueless.

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