Little Rock Obituaries

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  • Monday | via Ogdensburg Courier-Observer/Journal 

    Adolphus R. Trimm

    Mr. Adolphus Roy Trimm, age 93 of Potsdam, NY passed away on February 25th at the Canton Potsdam Hospital where he had been admitted the day before. There will be no services at his request.

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  • Sunday Mar 1 | via Watertown Daily Times 

    Adolphus R. Trimm

    Mr. Adolphus Roy Trimm, age 93 of Potsdam, NY passed away on February 25th at the Canton Potsdam Hospital where he had been admitted the day before. There will be no services at his request.

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  • Wednesday Feb 25 | via Northwest Herald 

    Kanok, Cary J.

    Cary John Kanok Born: May 28, 1965; in Cary, IL Died: Feb. 21, 2015; in Little Rock, AR Cary John Kanok, 49, of Jonesboro passed from this life on February 21, 2015, at UAMS in Little Rock. He was born on May 28, 1965, in Cary, Illinois to Dennis and Marlene Kanok.

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  • Monday Feb 23 | via Hays Daily News 

    Micheal W. 'Mike' Margheim Sr.

    Survivors include his wife, of the home; three sons, Mike Jr. and wife, Jamie, Hutchinson, Jonathan, Las Animas, Colo., and Doug Margheim, Winona; five brothers, Donald, Little Rock, Ark., Jerry and Waldo Jr., both of Oakley, Kenneth, Lakewood, Colo., and Robert, Aurora, Colo.; and five sisters, Mary Jean West, Goodland, Katherine Kurka, Bennett, Colo., Pat Goodwin, Winona, Rebecca Dickman, Colby, and Laura Margheim, Aurora.

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  • Thursday Feb 19 | via Breeze Courier 

    Victor Lawrence Cavatorta

    Vic was born on January 15, 1950. He was preceded in death by his parents, a grandson, and a sister.

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  • Tuesday Feb 17 | via Daily Record 

    Arkansas legal history - " Judge Bill OvertonAf...

    After graduation from law school in Fayetteville in 1964, William Ray Overton joined Wright, Lindsey, and Jennings in Little Rock, becoming a full partner after two years. From 1964 until he became a judge, his law practice generally involved representing defendants in civil litigation .

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  • Tuesday Feb 17 | via NWAonline 

    Cadillac of a coach

    A little more than 60 years after Bowden Wyatt drove his new Cadillac across the Mississippi River to Tennessee, Truethe former Razorbacks football coach is being welcomed back to Arkansas. Wyatt, who coached the Razorbacks to an unexpected Southwest Conference championship in 1954 and then a week after the Cotton Bowl left to become Tennessee's coach, is being posthumously inducted into the Arkansas Sports of Hall as part of the 2015 class.

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  • Monday Feb 16 | via KATV Little Rock 

    Man arrested for shooting cat with arrow

    A West Fork man was arrested Wednesday in relation to shooting a cat in the head with an arrow. Fayetteville Police said Thursday, Micaleb Prather, 19, was charged with animal cruelty.

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  • Monday Feb 16 | via KATV Little Rock 

    Many school districts waiting till last minute to ca...

    A tricky arrival time for a Friday winter weather mix is creating quite the headache for school leaders deciding whether or not to cancel school. Most school districts are waiting until morning to make a final decision.

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  • Monday Feb 16 | via KATV Little Rock 

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    A new bill filed in the House of Representatives would make using your handheld cell phone when driving illegal. While texting while driving is currently illegal, unless you're in a school zone or under the age of 21, having the phone in your hand for a call is not.

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  • Monday Feb 16 | via KATV Little Rock 

    KY police department issues warrant for Elsa for bei...

    The cold might not bother Disney's Queen Elsa, but it's wreaking enough havoc in Kentucky that a police department announced a joke warrant for the popular "Frozen" character's arrest. Police in the small, rural town of Harlan posted a Facebook message Wednesday about Elsa.

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  • Wednesday Feb 11 | via KATV Little Rock 

    Arrest made in stabbing death of man in Little Rock

    Little Rock police have arrested a suspect in the stabbing death of a man. The suspect has been identified as Darron Keys.

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  • Wednesday Feb 11 | via KATV Little Rock 

    Hundreds enjoy 'Night to Shine' in Bryant

    The Tim Tebow Foundation and the Geyer Springs First Baptist Church Special Gifts Ministry held a Night to Shine prom event Friday night in Bryant. 280 of those with special needs joined another 200 volunteers who organized hair and makeup, a red carpet/limo entrance and a prom style dance floor at Bishop Park.

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  • Monday Feb 9 | via St. Petersburg Times 

    Yacht and sailboat builder Ted Irwin dies from cancer

    The well-known owner of a former St. Petersburg yacht and sailboat building business died last week in Little Rock, Ark., where he was receiving cancer treatments. Ted Irwin, 74, the face of Irwin Yachts, had been battling multiple myeloma, a cancer of the blood cells, since his diagnosis four years ago.

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  • Sunday Feb 8 | via The Grand Junction Sentinel 

    Student Spotlight, Feb. 9, 2015

    Capri Rino of Grand Junction was named to the fall 2014 semester dean's list at University of Arkansas in Little Rock, Arkansas. Anthony Kellum and Teresa Johnson each received $600 from the scholarship fund established by the Western Colorado Writers Forum in memory of Leigh Fortson, a local award-winning playwright and author who died in 2013.

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  • Friday Feb 6 | via The Daily Record 

    Martha Schaffter, 86, Wooster

    She was born Jan. 31, 1929, in North Little Rock, Ark., the daughter of Nelson and Hattie Dennis Steed, and married the love of her life, Paul B. Schaffter June 17, 1946. They had 68 wonderful years together.

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  • Thursday Feb 5 | via The Lakeland Ledger 

    Kihm, Louise Spanke

    LOUISE SPANKE KIHM, 90 LAKE WALES - Louise Spanke Kihm, 90, passed away on Friday, January 30, 2015. Louise was born in Hartman, Arkansas, and grew up in Clarksville, Arkansas.

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  • Wednesday Feb 4 | via NWAonline 

    Benton County Quorum Court to discuss settlement in ...

    The Quorum Court will discuss a $652,000 settlement in a lawsuit filed against the Benton County sheriff's office after an inmate died of pancreatic cancer. The disease went untreated while she was in jail.

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  • Monday Feb 2 | via The Gardner News and The Spring Hill New Era 

    Dory Doyle Craig

    DORY DOYLE CRAIG 88, of Spring Hill, Kan, passed away at his home on January 31, 2015. Dory was born July 14, 1926 in Foster, MO to Addah Belle and George Bingham Craig.

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  • Jan 31, 2015 | via KATV Little Rock 

    New industry jobs helping create small businesses

    What was once a popular food truck around Little Rock will soon have a permanent home on Capitol Avenue between Center and Main in Downtown. The name Southern Gourmasian explains its self; a southern flair on Asian food.

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