Little Rock Obituaries

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  • Thursday | via The Mountaineer Publishing Company 

    Helena Henline

    Born Feb. 17, 1923, to the late C. Eston and Nellie Clark Moore, Helena was a native and lifelong resident of Haywood County. She was preceded in death by her brother Lythran L. "Buddy" Moore.


  • Wednesday Apr 22 | via The Beebe News 

    Tim Dunn

    Tim Dunn, 58, of North Little Rock, Arkansas, was born October 7, 1956, in Ft. Campbell, Kentucky to James and Wilda Dunn.He is survived by his stepfather, Tom Beal of Beebe, siblings; James Dunn of Lake Mary, Florida, Dolores Norris of Beebe, John Dunn of Little Rock, Belinda Armstrong of Beebe, Sandy Allen of Beebe, Pat Price of Beebe; along ... (more)


  • Tuesday Apr 21 | via KAUZ 

    Little Rock weighs expanding anti-discrimination pro...

    After the state became the epicenter of a fight over measures critics say are anti-gay, several Arkansa... . In this file photo taken Feb. 5, 2015, Arkansas State Sen. Bart Hester, R-Cave Springs presents a bill to the a Senate at the Arkansas state Capitol in Little Rock, Ark., to prevent local governments from passing thei... .


  • Friday Apr 17 | via York Dispatch 

    York-area obituaries for Friday

    Two buffaloes are on the lam in a central Arkansas city after authorities failed to round up all of an escaped herd. We've lost the woman who taught America to love Italian food, but her tomato sauce may soon live on at a grocer near you.


  • Friday Apr 17 | via NWAonline 

    Murder trial lawyer: Will object to dead man's trans...

    An important witness in the murder case against Darrell Dennis has died, and the defendant's lawyer announced Thursday that he will challenge efforts by prosecutors to use a transcript of the deceased's testimony at Dennis' trial next month. Attorney Tom Devine told Pulaski County Circuit Judge Chris Piazza that allowing the transcript, taken from an August hearing, would deprive Dennis, 49, of his constitutional right to confront his accusers.


  • Wednesday Apr 15 | via Sedona Red Rock News 

    Bonnie Fay Crosby

    Bonnie Fay CrosbyOct. 30, 1926 - April 9, 2015 Bonnie Fay Crosby, 88, of Sedona, died April 9.Born in Little Rock, Ark., she was a resident of Sedona since January 2014.She is survived by her daughters Barbara [Kevin] O'Connor of Sedona and Lorraine [Mark] Duewiger of Anthem; grandchildren Sarah, Heather, Anna and Emily; and great-grandchildren ... (more)


  • Tuesday Apr 14 | via Http 

    Douglas Chisam, 76

    Douglas Chisam, 76, formerly of North Little Rock, Ark., died March 27 at his home in Watertown.


  • Tuesday Apr 14 | via Herald-Citizen 

    Mary Dycus

    Memorial services for Mary Lynne Rucker Dycus, 73, of Gainesboro, will be held at 11 a.m. Wednesday, April 15, at John L. Clark Memorial Cemetery. The family has chosen cremation.


  • Friday Apr 10 | via Log Cabin Democrat 

    Lela Mae Talley

    Lela Mae Talley, born June 8, 1944 to Daniel David Maddox and Mary Ellen Beavers, has gone to meet her Lord and Savior on April 10, 2015. She retired from Faulkner County Day School Workforce after 24 years of service.


  • Tuesday Apr 7 | via The Chronicle of Mt. Juliet 

    Helen T. Eshbach

    Eshbach was of the Catholic faith. She volunteered to take communion to the nursing home and visited with Alzheimer's patients.


  • Monday Apr 6 | via 

    World's oldest person dies at age 116 in Arkansas

    LITTLE ROCK, Ark.  - Just days after becoming the world's oldest documented person, 116-year-old Gertrude Weaver died Monday in Arkansas.  Weaver became the oldest person in the world after the death of a 117-year-old Japanese woman last week, according to records kept by the Los Angeles-based Gerontology Research Group.


  • Monday Apr 6 | via KATV Little Rock 

    Governor Hutchinson working through mountain of bill...

    Governor Asa Hutchinson signed more than 100 bills into law Monday and signed more than 70 on Tuesday. The governor's spokesman says he still has a few more than 60 to tackle Wednesday.On Tuesday, visitors were in the governor's office asking him to veto or pass certain bills.


  • Monday Apr 6 | via KATV Little Rock 

    Little Rock Zoo, others ask governor to veto primate...

    Several groups including Arkansas' largest zoo are calling on Gov. Asa Hutchinson to veto a bill that would make it less restrictive for groups to keep primates in Arkansas. The bill, sponsored by Rep. Dan Douglas, R-Bentonville, will come before the governor Wednesday.


  • Thursday Apr 2 | via Star Tribune 

    Religion news in brief

    The Rev. Robert H. Schuller, the Southern California televangelist who brought his message of "possibility thinking" to millions, has died in California.


  • Friday Mar 27 | via The Paducah Sun Online Edition 

    Charlie Wright Sr.

    Charlie "Chuckie" Lee Wright Sr., 61, of Paducah, died at 10:20 p.m. Tuesday, March 17, 2015, at Baptist Health Paducah.


  • Mar 24, 2015 | via 

    Stacy Duckett, VP of Southwest Power Pool, Dies at 50

    Stacy Lynn Duckett of North Little Rock, vice president, chief compliance officer and corporate secretary at Southwest Power Pool in Little Rock, died Friday, March 20, at age 50. Duckett began working at SPP in 2000 as an attorney in the transmission and regulatory policy group, according to an obituary on the company's website .


  • Mar 24, 2015 | via The Mount Pleasant Daily Voice 

    John Caridi, 80, White Plains Native, Longtime Resid...

    John A. Caridi, 80, of Boca Raton, Fla., died on March 14 in Little Rock, Ark., while undergoing medical treatment. He was a longtime resident of White Plains.