North Little Rock Obituaries

North Little Rock Obituaries

Local obituary notices in North Little Rock, AR

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  • Monday Jul 30 | via WTEN-TV Albany 

    Warning from parents after teen dies playing Russian...

    More teens are taking their chance at a deadly game than many parents may realize, something a North Little Rock couple knows all too well after their son died playing Russian roulette. A 15-year-old boy died Friday in Haskell while playing the game, KARK reports.

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  • Saturday Jul 21 | via Log Cabin Democrat 

    Arkansas motorcyclists 'back the blue,' raise funds ...

    Rallying for law enforcement officers, motorcyclists statewide rode across Arkansas as part of the third annual Bikers Backing Our Blue event, ending for a finale donation to Arkansas Concerns of Police Survivors at Burns Park in North Little Rock. Before reaching its final destination, one of the seven groups riding to back the blue Saturday morning made a pit stop in Conway to show appreciate to the Conway Police Department and Faulkner County Sheriff's Office.

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  • Jul 17, 2018 | via NWAonline 

    Longtime head of Arkansas Public Defender Commission...

    Didi Sallings, who led the Arkansas Public Defender Commission as its executive director for the first 20 of its 25 years, died over the weekend at her North Little Rock home. She was 56 and had been in poor health for some time.

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  • Jul 10, 2018 | via The Beebe News 

    Robbie Glenn Watson Bowden

    Mother, grandmother, educator, & friend Robbie Glenn Watson Bowden passed away Sunday, July 1, 2018 at Heartland Nursing Home.

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  • Jul 9, 2018 | via NWAonline 

    Woman pledges to repay cemetery

    A former salesman for Edgewood Memorial Park has promised to repay the North Little Rock cemetery up to $10,163 in restitution for selling fraudulent burial-service contracts to clients. The ultimate amount that Ashley Renee Pierce of Jacksonville is required to repay the 95-year-old Levy cemetery could be reduced, depending on the outcome of a related lawsuit in North Little Rock District Court.

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