Fort Smith Obituaries

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  • Monday Dec 15 | via Mass Transit 

    AR: Fort Smith Transit 'Free Ride Day' Set Friday, H...

    Employees of Hanna Oil and Gas are sponsoring the day and will welcome passengers at the downtown transfer station, 200 Wheeler Ave., with free cookies, according to a city news release. The employees of Hanna Oil and Gas are performing the service for the fifth consecutive year, in memory of the late Jim Hanna, who founded the company in the early 1970s, the release states.

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  • Thursday Dec 11 | via The Bolivar Commercial 

    Jeanette G. "Nuggie" Dakin

    Mrs. Jeanette G. "Nuggie" Dakin, 61, of Boyle died Monday, December 8, 2014, at Mercy Hospital in Ft. Smith, Ark.

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  • Wednesday Dec 10 | via Hartselle Enquirer 

    Kendall Murphree

    Funeral for Kendall Murphree, 21, of Northport will be Thur., Dec. 11, at 3 p.m. at Peck Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev.

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  • Monday Dec 8 | via Daily Reporter 

    Donald G. Moon, Greenfield

    Donald G. Moon, 79, of Greenfield, passed away at home surrounded by his loving family on Dec. 5, 2014. Don was born Aug. 9, 1935 in Fort Smith, Ark., to the late Wylie B. Moon and Hollis Gassaway.

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  • Tuesday Nov 25 | via Florida Today 

    Burnest Elzy Blankenship

    He was born September 27, 1927 in Ft. Smith, AR, but grew up in Bridgeport, OK. In 1946, he married his high school sweetheart, Esther.

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  • Wednesday Nov 19 | via The Daily Republic 

    Darrell Landra Wilson

    Darrell was born to Lorah Mae and Sheldon Wilson on July 18, 1948, in Fort Smith, Ark., and, unfortunately, Sheldon passed away when Darrell was only 5 years old. Darrell was raised by his stepfather, John Schollenbarger, who loved him as his own.

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  • Monday Nov 17 | via 5NEWSonline.com 

    Razorbacks, Northside Icon Passes Away

    Almer Lee was a pioneer in both Fort Smith at the University of Arkansas but the state lost a legen as he passed away at the age of 63 on Sunday. Lee was the first African-American basketball letterman for the Razorbacks when he lettered in 1970.

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