Lois Marjorie (Hennings) Linder, age 84, of Vilonia, our loving Mom, Grandma, G.G., Sister, Aunt, Cousin & Friend went to be with her Lord and Savior March 29, 2012. Born March 22, 1928 to Gerald and Majorie Hennings in Superior, Wisconsin, She accepted Christ at a young age and was always very active in her church. As with all the ten kids in her family, she sang beautifully and played multiple instruments, the latest being harmonica and saxaphone. She married her WWII penpal and they had three children and a wonderful life together. She is a member of Beryl Baptist Church.
Preceded in death by her parents; her husband, Reuben Linder Sr.; grandson, Robbie Daves; her brother Don, and sister Phyllis.
Survived by her children and mates, Nancy and Harold Daves, Reuben (Butch) and Sandy Linder, all of Vilonia, Arkansas, Rodney Linder of Searcy, Arkansas, and Barbara Linder of L.R.; six grandchildren and mates, Teresa Wilson and Grant, Ronnie and Stacy Daves, Reuben III and Natasha Linder, Sharon and Bradley Lowery, Andrea and Doug Snyder and Eric and Sandy Linder; nine great-grandchildren and mate, Candi and Micheal Hirman, Skyla, Maegan and Chloe Daves, Logan Daves, Kayle Wilson, Sarah Linder and William and Andrew Linder; two great-great grandchildren, Peyton LeAnne James and Robert Allen Hirman; brothers and sisters and mates: Irving Hennings, David Hennings and Helen Hartley, Delores and Dale Lindholm, Penny Hennings, Johny Sidwell, Elwood and Edna Hennings, Jerry and Jenny Hennings, Dick and Pat Hennings, Rachel and Jeff Rice, and a host of nieces, nephews and friends that she loved dearly, her very good friend, Marlene Sisson, the very loving and caring friends who took care of her; Patrick, Susan, Jessica and Josiah Dickens. The wonderful ladies of Baptist Health Hospic,: Evelyn, Gena and Judy. Thank you all so much for your love and care.
Funeral Services are 1 p.m. Tuesday, April 3 at Beryl Baptist Church, with Bro. Glenn Toler officiating. Burial will be 3 p.m. Tuesday at Magness Chapel Cemetery in Heber Springs. Vistitation will be from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Monday at Roller-McNutt Funeral Home, Conway(501-327-7727). Online guest book: www.rollerfuneralhomes.com.
Toni Stapp died March 23, 2012, in Conway, Arkansas. Toni was born April 25, 1947, in Little Rock. She was preceded in death by her parents, William Bradford Stapp and Mary Antoinette Spinelli Stapp. She is survived by the love of her life, her dog Taz, as well as two uncles: Rudy Spinelli of North Little Rock and Leonard Spinelli of Dallas, Texas; one aunt, Rose Spinelli of North Little Rock. Also three cousins, Mark (Leah) Spinelli of Conway, Sheryl Roncketto of Sherwood, and Gina Brockinton of Sherwood.
Toni was a beautician and operated her own shop in Conway for numerous years. She also had worked at the Conway Human Development Center, in later years, as well as styling hair. She was an avid animal lover and did volunteer work for the Faulkner County Humane Society as well as providing animal training courses.
Honorary pallbearers are the entire graduating members of the class of 1965 of Conway High School. A memorial service will be held for Toni on Saturday, April 7 at Toad Suck Park at 1 p.m.
Thomas Clarence Southerland, age 63, of Conway, passed away March 26, 2012.
He was born in Conway, to the late Clarence Southerland and Gwendolyn Joyner Southerland.
Tom was a member of Pickles Gap Baptist Church. He was a graduate of Conway High School and attended the University of Central Arkansas. He worked for Virco before joining Ward and continued to work for the company after it became AmTran and IC Corp.
Tom is survived by his son, Dwight; his mother, Gwen; his ex-wife, Glenda; and his long-time companion, Laurie. Survivors also include his sister and brother-in-law, Katherine and Bill Moffeit from Georgia; and sister and brother-in-law Sandra and Bill Carson.
Memorial services will be planned for a future date.
He will be truly missed.
Please visit www.ARcremation.com to sign the online guest register.
Mrs. Kelly Terry, 40, of Newport, departed this life Friday, March 30, 2012, in Batesvile. She was born December 3, 1971, in Newport, Ark., the daughter of Paul and Marcia (Johns) Brock.
Mrs. Terry was a member of the Central Baptist Church in Newport and co-owner of Daisies and Such Florist in Newport. She loved sports, movies, and spending time with her family.
She was preceded in death by her grandfather James Johns and grandmother Eulalia Brock.
Kelly is survived by her husband, Jeremy Terry of Newport; her parents, Paul Brock of Bono, and Marcia Brock of Tuckerman, brothers; Clint Brock and wife Angie of Conway, Justin Brock and wife Samatha of Newport, Coe Brock of Bono, sisters, Shelly Gates and husband Shawn of Newport, Brittney Warner and husband Jason of Batesville, grandparents Georgean Johns of Tuckerman and Ralph Brock of Tuckerman, nieces; Olivia Warner of Batesville, Gracie Gates of Newport, Shelby Brock of Conway, Kianna, Breanna, Leighanna Brock all of Newport, nephews; Garrett Gates of Newport and Nick, Jacob Warner both of Batesville.
Funeral service will be 2 p.m. Monday, April 2, 2012, at Central Baptist Church with burial in Gracelawn Cemetery. Visitation will be from 6 to 8 p.m. Sunday at the funeral home.