Source - Commercial
Appeal - March 23, 1991
- Darrell Morrow, 75, retired employee of Independent Tire Co., died
Thursday at Arkansas Methodist Hospital. Services will be at 2 p.m.
Sunday at Heath Funeral Home with burial in Morrow Cemetery . He was a member of Bethel Church of Christ.
Morrow, the husband of Lucy Morrow, also leaves five daughters, Ms.
Geraldine Morrow, Ms. Ruby Abbott, Ms. Jane Coleman and Ms. Alice
Clark, all of Paragould, and Ms. Deloris Abbott of Lonoke; a son, Ricky
Morrow of Paragould, 29 grandchildren an d 35 great-grandchildren.
Source - Commercial Appeal - November 12, 1991
Floyd O. Utley
- Floyd O. Utley, 82, retired employee of Arkansas Highway Department,
died Saturday at Arkansas Methodist Hospital. Services will be at 1:30
p.m. today at Mitchell Funeral Home with burial in Linwood Cemetery. He
was a member of United Pentecostal Church. Utley, the husband of Nezzie
Utley, also leaves two sons, Donald Lee Utley of Benton and DeWayne
Utley of Jonesboro; two stepdaughters, Mrs. Louise Wilson of Forney,
Texas, and Mrs. Lucille Austin of Memphis; a stepson, Everett Lewis,
and a sister, Mrs. Beulah Howard, both of Paragould, several
grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
- Commercial Appeal - May 23, 1991
Ronnie Glen Garner
- Ronnie Glen Garner, 33, employee of CBI Construction Co., died
Tuesday at Arkansas Methodist Hospital in Paragould. Services will be
at 10:30 a.m. Friday at Mitchell Funeral Home with burial in
Mountain Home Cemetery . Garner leaves a daughter, Ms. Marlena Fay
Garner; his parents, Glen and Lois Mae Garner; a sister, Ms. Lois Jean
Simpson, and three brothers, James Garner, John Garner and Chris
Garner, all of Paragould.
- Commercial Appeal - February 14, 1991
Lamar W. 'Buck' Howerton
- Lamar W. 'Buck' Howerton, 78, retired merchant, died Tuesday at
Arkansas Methodist Hospital. Services will be at 2 p.m. today at
Paragould First United Methodist Church with burial in Waco (Texas)
Memorial Park. Heath Funeral Home has charge. He was a Methodist and a
member of Veterans of Foreign Wars and Travelers Protective Association
of America. Howerton leaves a daughter, Ms. Rita Ann Harris of Houston;
three sisters, Ms. Ruby Fields of Beebe, Ms. Rose Bradsher of Paragould
a nd Ms. Ann Foley of Mountain Home; two brothers, Grady Howerton of
Searcy and Rev. R. B. Howerton Jr. of Memphis, and a grandson. The
family requests any memorials be sent to any United Methodist Church.
Appeal - July 17, 1991
- Basel Wayne Ryles, 60, meat market manager, died Monday at Arkansas
Methodist Hospital. Services will be at 1:30 p.m. Thursday at Heath
Funeral Home with burial in Memorial Gardens Cemetery . He was a member of Revival Center United
Pentecostal Church and an Army veteran. Ryles, the widower of Marie
Earl Ryles, leaves a daughter, Ms. Cheri Pieri, and his father, Wesley
D. Ryles, both of Paragould; a sister, Ms. Becky Pratt of Detroit; a
brother, Floyd Ryles of Paragould, and two grandchildren. The family
requests any memorials be sent to the American Cancer Society or
Revival Center Church Building Fund.