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From: Rita DonCarlos <>
Subject: ARCLAY Obits from the Clay CountyCourier...............................
Date: Sat, 25 Nov 2006 18:25:15 -0800 (PST)
Recent obits taken from the Clay County Courier,
Corning, Clay County, Arkansas.
CHARLES "DUTCH" TAYLOR
Charles "Dutch" TAYLOR was born in Success March 20,
1935 to J.D. and Stella DORTCH TAYLOR. He died in St.
Bernard's Regional Medical Center, Jonesboro, October
29, 2006. He was 71.
August 30, 1952 he married the former Vida Elizabeth
A member of Mill House General Baptist Church, he was
a carpenter by trade.
Survivors are two sons, Vondel (Sherry) TAYLOR,
Corning, Shawn (Tiffany) TAYLOR, Corning; one
daughter, Vicky (Eddie) GUTHERY, Dallas, TX; two
brothers, Bill TAYLOR, Corning and John TAYLOR,
Corning; six grandchildren, Matt, Ryan and Hunter
TAYLOR, Jeremy ROOFE, Chris ROOFE and Leah LANDRETH;
seven great-grandchildren, Montana TAYLOR, Trever
ROOFE, Alexis TAYLOR, Taylor LANDRETH and Allison
He was preceded in death by his parents,J.D. and Stell
TAYLOR and brothers, Don TAYLOR and Archie TAYLOR.
Funeral services Wednesday, November 1, 2006 in Ermert
Funeral Home with Rev. Jim PARRISH officiating. Burial
in Corning Cemetery under the direction of Ermert
Mildred Pauline KIMBLE CARMICKLE, Valdosta, GA,
formerly of the Corning area, was born January 28,
1930 to Frank and Anna Mae HARRIS KIMBLE. She died in
South Georgia Medical Center, October 26, 2006. She
A retired waitress and affiliated with Church of
Christ, she married Charles E. CARMICKLE,Sr. who died
July 24, 2005.
Graveside services were conducted at Corning Cemetery
Sunday, October 29, 2006 with Minister Charlie
Survivors are one son, Charles E. "Hank"
CARMICKLE,Jr., Valdosta, GA; one daughter, Vonna K.
WACKLERLY, Detroit, MI; three brothers, Glenn KIMBLE,
Conway, Mickey KIMBLE, Jonesboro and Ronnie KIMBLE,
Corning. Two sisters, Oliven FANN, Corning and Latoya
LILES, Godfrey, IL.
She was preceded in death by her husband, parents and
one brother, Milford KIMBLE.
James MACKINTOSH was born November 20, 1934 to William
Arvel MACKINTOSH and Flora Mae JENKIN GARRISON. He
died in Meadows Health and Rehab Friday, October 27,
2006. He was 71. He was a farmer.
He is survived by his children: daughter, Rose
MACKINTOSH FOREMAN, Cash, son Johnnie Edward
MACKINTOSH, Arkansas, son John Curtis MACKINTOSH,
Illinois, daughter, Angel MACKINTOSH; one sister Ann
He was preceded in death by his parents William
MACKINTOSH and Flora GARRISON.
Memorial service will be held at a later date.
LOVIE LEONA MATHENY
Lovie Leona MATHENY, Moberly, MO, formerly of the
Naylor area, was born in Naylor to Noah Herman and
Edith Edna TUBB LEROUX, July 28, 1926 and died in
Boone County Memorial Hospital, Columbia, MO, Monday,
October, 23, 2006. She was 80 years old.
She was a member of Apostolic Pentecostal Church of
Moberly and lifelong member of Naylor Pentecostal
Church. On August 21, 1951 she married Samuel MATHENY
in St. Louis. She enjoyed needlework, quilting, her
church and grandchildren.
Survivors include one son, Noah MATHENY, Moberly, MO;
one daughter, Sharon (Mike) HAYS, Corning; two
sisters, Loretta Maxine DONNELL, Wichita, KS and
Shirley Fern CAPERTON, Naylor; two brothers, Rev.
Lawrence LEROUX, Doniphan, Euell Glenn LEROUX,
Riverside, CA; special friend Peggy WALLACE, Moberly,
MO; grandchildren, Brad (Arlene) HAYS, Corning,
LaBreeska HAYS, Corning; one great-grandson, Cody,
Corning; several nieces and nephews, cousins and a
host of friends.
Preceded in death by her parents and one sister, Edan
Services Saturday, Oct. 28, 2006 in Naylor Pentecostal
Church with Bishop N.A. HAYNES and Rev. Vernon
McGARVEY officiating. Burial in Cochran Cemetery near
Harviell under the direction of Fowler-Sullivan
Ollie DENTON, Reyno, was born August 11, 1913 in
Myrtle, MO to George and Nancy VANZANT FORD. She died
November 1, 2006 in Walnut Ridge Nursing and Rehab at
the age of 93.
A member of Old Reyno Free Will Baptist Church, on
February 19, 1935, she married Harry DENTON who died
October 28, 1985.
Survivors are two sons, Donald DENTON, Biggers and
Jimmy DENTON, Reyno; one daughter, Betty CRUMP, Reyno;
one sister, Amy SUTTON, Wentzville, MO; five
grandchildren, six great-grandchildren and six
She was preceded in death by her parents, George and
Nancy FORD; three brothers, James "Boss" FORD, Cecil
FORD and Tom FORD; three sisters, Ellen BAXTOR, Edith
FORD and Pauline LANDS.
Services Monday, November 6, 2006 in Ermert Funeral
Home Chapel, Corning with Rev. Roger HOVIS
officiating. Burial in Nelson Cemetery, Reyno under
the direction of Ermert Funeral Home.
Wayne LEONARD was born in Reyno May 26, 1921 to John
Edward and Nan EDINGTON LEONARD and died November 5,
2006 in his residence. He was 85.
A police dispatcher for City of Corning Police
Department, he was of the Pentecostal faith.
He married the former Lora Irene CREAMEANS who died
December 26, 1990.
Survivors include four sons, Eddie LEONARD, Doniphan,
MO, David LEONARD, Corning, Don LEONARD, Booneville,
MS, John LEONARD, Corning; four daughters, Betty
CROSSEN, Corning, Ella HATHAWAY, Corning, Donna
PEARSON, Weleetka, OK and Lynn NISWONGER, Dardanelle;
41 grandchildren, 80 great-grandchildren and 11
He was preceded in death by his parents, John and Nan
LEONARD; wife, Lora Irene LEONARD; three children,
Jerry LEONARD, Deborah LEONARD and Fred LEONARD.
Services Wednesday, November 8, 2006 in Ermert Funeral
Home Chapel with burial in Corning Cemetery under
direction of Ermert Funeral Home.
Pallbearers: John CROSSEN, Scott CROSSEN, Terry
CROSSEN, Joe LEONARD, Andrew NISWONGER and Stacy
to be continued...................
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