Little Rock Obituaries

Little Rock Obituaries

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  • Friday | via Arkansas Times 

    Have you seen these instruments?

    There has been an overwhelming response to the loss of Heartbeat 106.7 FM since the station changed formats last week, renaming itself 106.7 The Ride and shifting to a New Country format. As we noted Friday, a Facebook group had been started in protest, "Bring Back Heartbeat 106.7." When I spoke to program director Mike Kennedy, he seemed unconcerned about this perspective - noting that the group had only "58 likes."

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  • Thursday Aug 27 | via NWAonline 

    Oil heiress leaves Hendrix College $26M

    An heir of the founders of Coulson Oil Co. bequeathed $26 million to Hendrix College, the largest gift in the private Methodist-affiliated college's history, the school announced Wednesday.

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  • Wednesday Aug 26 | via ArkansasBusiness.com 

    Hendrix College Gets Its Biggest Donation, $26M from...

    Hendrix College President Bill Tsutsui announces a record donation to the college - $26 million from the estate of Mary Ann Dawkins of Little Rock, who died in December.

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  • Monday Aug 24 | via Log Cabin Democrat 

    Lessie A. Hutchens

    She was born on June 26, 1915 to Joseph Park and Annie Lee Atkinson in Weogufka, Ala. Lessie was a member of Unity Methodist Church in Weogufka, Ala.

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  • Monday Aug 17 | via Arkansas Times 

    Hot Springs City Manager dies following fall at home

    Hot Springs City Manager David Watkins has died at a Little Rock hospital this morning from injuries sustained in a fall at his home on Saturday. Watkins was transported to UAMS yesterday with a broken hip, broken rib and a collapsed lung after reportedly falling down stairs.

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  • Friday Aug 14 | via Arkansas Times 

    Stevie Wonder is coming to Verizon Arena

    Mark your calendars: THV reports that Stevie Wonder will be stopping in North Little Rock on his fall tour, on November 6. No word yet from Verizon Arena, but the date has been announced online . Until then, here's a haunting video of Wonder on the talkbox: The Arkansas State Fair, which will be held October 9-18, has announced its musical headliners for this year's event: Montgomery Gentry, Eddie Money, Silk, Styx, Toni! Tony! Tone'!, Pop Evil, Grand Funk Raildroad, Joe Diffie and Naughty By Nature.

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  • Friday Aug 14 | via Arkansas Times 

    What happened to Heartbeat 106.7?

    My favorite radio station died this week, and I didn't even notice. At 5 p.m. Wednesday, Heartbeat 106.7 FM, "The Beat of the City," switched over to a New Country format, and was re-branded as 106.7 The Ride.

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  • Wednesday Aug 12 | via Arkansas Times 

    Harrison store Ashley Music to close after 70 years ...

    Ashley Music Store , a longtime institution in Harrison, announced on Facebook yesterday that they'll be closing their doors in September after 70 years in business. Founder Hugh Ashley, a former state representative and mayor of Harrison - as well as a successful songwriter who penned records for Bill Monroe, Porter Wagoner, Brenda Lee, Jim Reeves and Dinah Shore - passed away in 2008.

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  • Wednesday Aug 12 | via Cadiz Record 

    Timothy Boyd 'Tic Toc' Allen, 53

    Funeral services for Timothy Boyd "Tic Toc" Allen, 53, of Cadiz, will be held at 11 a.m. Wednesday, August 12, 2015 at Goodwin Funeral Home in Cadiz. The Rev.

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  • Thursday Aug 6 | via Visalia Times-Delta 

    Bishop, Betty J.

    Betty J. Bishop April 15, 1937 - May 27, 2015 Visalia On May 27, 2015 Betty Bishop peacefully joined her Lord and Savior at His Throne of Glory. Born in Little Rock, Arkansas on April 15, 1937 to Thomas and Ethel Edwards she moved to California with her family in 1942.

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  • Tuesday Aug 4 | via Log Cabin Democrat 

    Herman L. Wilson

    He was a longtime member of the Vilonia Church of Christ. He owned and operated Herman Wilson Electric in Little Rock for over 45 years.

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  • Jul 23, 2015 | 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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  • Jul 22, 2015 | 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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