The family will be at 518 East Sullenberger Avenue in Malvern. Reared and educated in Malvern, she retired after 55 years as a retail clerk, having worked at West Department Store and Walmart.She is survived by two sons, Joe Hicks and his wife, Sandra of Malvern, and Larry Hicks of North Little Rock; by a step-daughter, Alma Walker of Malvern; by a brother, Glenn Cunningham of Apple Valley, California; by a sister, Lola Kidd of Malvern; by seven grandchildren, Michelle Carnahan, Rachel Inmon, Lawrence (Tripp) Hicks, III, Krista Sebourn, Jace Helms, Joseph Hicks, Jr., Diane Austin; by three step-grandchildren; by six great-grandchildren, and by three great-great-grandchildren.Reared and educated in Oklahoma and Arkansas, she had worked for Timex Corporation, the Textile Mill, and retired from Amoco Foam Packaging.
He has been an active fill-in preacher and Sunday School teacher for 20 years. He is survived by his wife, Susie Harvey Adams, to whom he was married on June 16, 1972 in Malvern; by his daughters, Heather Adams Mc Kim (Mike) of Bryant, Ashley Adams Tackett (Eddie) of Bauxite, and Lindsay Adams Robinson (Raymond) of Alexander; his mother, Dora Adams of Bauxite; a brother, Gary Adams of Memphis; three sisters, Suzanna Osburn ( Charles) of Bigelow, Karan Stewart (Howard) of North Little Rock, and Debra Hanson (Chet) of Bauxite; eight grandchildren, Aaron and Ashlin Kizer, Trey Mc Kim, Braden and Peyton Tackett, Austin, Dalis, and Anniston Robinson. Ainsworth, age 90 of Malvern, died Friday, September 25, 2015 in the Baptist Health Medical Center in Malvern.
She was born Pansy Juanita Oden in Hammon, Oklahoma on August 12, 1925 to the late Ollie Oden and Myrtle Britt Oden.
Reared and receiving his early education in Elaine, Arkansas, he graduated from the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville in 1968.
As a mechanical engineer, he began a 35 year career with Reynolds Metals Company, working at the Patterson Plant in Arkadelphia for 18 years, then relocating to Massena, New York in 1986, from where he retired. age 91 of Malvern, died Monday, January 19, 2015 in the Baptist Hospital in Malvern.
He was a Paul Harris Fellow, awarded by the Rotary Club for his work in the Shots for Tots Program, which helped with immunizing pre-schoolers.
Dewey made several dental missionary trips to Mexico with a group called Christian Hands in Action.
She was an avid artist and hobbiest, and was known for her embroidery, sewing, and self-taught musical abilities on the keyboard and harmonica.
Pat was a poet and had a passion for her beloved animals and her “Elvis” memorabilia collection. Ainsworth, to whom she was married on December 14, 1947.
At her request, her body was cremated and there will be no services. Lawrence Clayton Alderman, age 71 of Hot Springs, died Monday, May 2, 2016 in Mabelvale, Arkansas.
He was born on February 27, 1945 in Pine Bluff, Arkansas to the late Kenneth Phelps Alderman and June Galloway Alderman.
Special thanks go to Pat Trammell, her care giver, Dr. She was born in the Big Creek Community near Malvern on December 31, 1923 to the late Gordon and Louisa Staggs Cunningham.