Shannon Lee Spears

AUGUST 10 1987 - SEPTEMBER 14 2020

Shannon Lee Spears, 33, passed away with her boyfriend of five years, LaTerrance Ray "Sugar Ray" Brown, on September 14th, 2020 due to a tragic motor vehicle accident.  Shannon was born on August 10th, 1987 to Curtis Spears and Debbie Bogard.  Shannon was a self-taught artist who loved painting, especially the Razorbacks. Anywhere Shannon went it seemed that there was music playing.  It didn't matter what type, as long as the music was loud, Shannon would happily listen to it. Several years ago a special cause was presented to Shannon; it was a cause that would literally have a permanent impact.   Shannon and her oldest daughter, Autumn, tattooed matching 'Semicolon Suicide Awareness Symbols' onto their wrists.  It represents hope even to this day. Shannon leaves behind many who will cherish her memory, including, father, Curtis; mother Debbie; one son Robert Sullins; two daughters, Autumn Sullins, and Kaitlyn Sullins; one brother, B.J. Kellensworth; grandmother, Clara (late Robert) Spears; her favorite uncle in the whole world whom she loved to pester constantly, Jimmy Spears; two aunts, Teressa (Clem) Hickman, and Ann (late Robert) Clemons; along with one niece, Ryan Kellensworth and a host of other family and friends. A graveside service for Shannon will be held on Saturday, September 19th at Prospect Cemetery, Moro with visitation the same day at Fowler Funeral Home from 10:00 am until noon.  Tribute viedo is pending.


October 29 1967 - august 30 2020

Robin Wade Ollis, 52, of Hazen passed away peacefully at his home surrounded by family on August 30th, 2020. Robin was born in Brinkley on October 29th, 1967 to the late Lester Ollis and Evelyn Burns Ollis.   Robin graduated from Brinkley High School in 1986 and joined the United States Navy shortly thereafter. After his Honorable Discharge, Robin spent eight years in Wisconsin making car parts. When Robin first went to the factory to inquire about a job, he was told that there were no openings. This did not dissuade him as he went back the very next day to ask again. After being questioned about showing up two days in a row, Robin stated he would show up every day until someone quit and they gave him a job. Well, no one quit but on the fourth day, the man in charge said he would find something for Robin to work on. That decision was a good one for the company as he was a dedicated and loyal employee before moving back home to Arkansas for good. Once back home, Robin originally went to work for the automotive company Hazen Powder Parts and spent eight years there before the factory shut down.  At this point, in his forties, he studied day and night to pass the test to become a Nephrology Laboratory Technician. He continued in this profession until his death. Robin put his faith in Jesus and was a member of the Brinkley Church of Christ. He was in bad health for many years and spent a lot of time praying. Those remaining to cherish his memory are his mother, Evelyn Brown; son, Jacob Williard; step-son, Justin "J.J." Strauss; and step-daughter, Hailey Strauss; step-grandchildren, Seth, Max, Allie, and Charlee Strauss; along with his aunt Delois Davis and other family and friends. Graveside service will be at 1:00 pm on Wednesday, September 2nd, 2020 at Shiloh Cemetery, Holly Grove.

Rachael Ann Parrish

1947 - 2020

Rachael Ann Parrish, 72, of Clarendon passed away in North Little Rock, Arkansas on August 20th, 2020. Rachael was born on January 29th, 1948 in Prescott, Arkansas to the late Julian Lankford and Pauline Lankford (Albert) Mackey. She was adopted as a baby to the late James and Jimmie Dot Lankford.  Rachael loved to travel, go to the hills to swim, and to be in the outdoors. And as the saying goes, if Lonnie liked it, so did Rachael.   She was of the Pentecostal faith and was a member of The Word of Truth Church near Henderson Corner were she loved to play the bass guitar for the congregation. Rachael is preceded in death by her parents; son James "Russell" Lathem; and daughter, Mildred Ann Parrish. Rachael is survived by her husband of forty-seven years, Lonnie Parrish. Also remaining to cherish her memory are three sisters-in-law, Grace (late Wayne) Clark, Sue (late Wilburn) Julian, and Clara (late Robert) Spears; a host of nieces and nephews and other extended family members. Visitation will be from 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm on Friday, August 21st with funeral service Saturday, August 22nd at 2:00 pm; both at Fowler Funeral Home, Brinkley.  Interment will follow at Upper Cemetery, Brinkley.

Jade Sain Felps

June 20 1983 - August 1 2020

Jade Renae Sain Felps, 37, passed away on August 1st, 2020.  She was born on June 20th, 1983 in Helena, Arkansas. Jade lived her whole life in and around Monroe County. She worked many years as a Certified Nursing Assistant, however, she found her true calling when she went to work as a Jailer and Dispatcher for the Brinkley Police Department. Jade enjoyed traveling, reading, and spending time with her family and friends. She had a wonderful sense of humor and cracked jokes all the time. Jade loved horses and taking care of her pets. She would take pictures of them for all to see. Jade loved her three sons more than anything and up until she passed, she was thinking of them. She was a very brave and beautiful mother, daughter, sister, and friend. Jade leaves behind a large family, including her spouse, Jonathan Felps; three sons, Caden Reynolds, Casen McDaniel, and Carsen Felps; father, John Henry Sain; mother Tanya (David) Caldwell; two brothers, Clay Sain, and Grant Caldwell; a sister, Stephanie Sain; step-brother, John Wallace; two step-sisters, Terri Jo Cummings, and Laura Cummings; grandmother, Mary Jane Caldwell; grandfather, Lawrence (Sylvia) Weaver; uncles, Jim (Janine) Sain, Andy (Lacey) Sain, Tony (Denise) Long, Mike (Tracy) Caldwell; aunt, Beth Long; great-uncle, Billy Clay; nephew, Isaiah Camp; four nieces, Emerson Mason, KT Billingsly, Reese Billingsly, and Payton Caldwell; and special friend, Demetrius Ellis.  Memorial service will be held at Fowler Funeral Home, Brinkley on Wednesday, August 5th at 2:00 pm with visitation one hour prior.  Tribute video pending.

Haman Hugo Allen Jr., know as H.H. passed away on June 28th, 2020, at the age of 98 in Searcy, Arkansas. He was born on May 1st, 1922 in Gregory, Arkansas to the late H.H. Sr and Florence Martin Allen. He is formerly from Cotton Plant, Arkansas.  H.H. was a mechanic by trade.   He was Church of Christ by faith and his favorite pastimes including fishing, hunting, or anything else outdoors related.  Dancing was a hobby and it was not difficult to get a lady to accompany him to the dance floor. H.H. was a proud 32nd degree Mason as well.  He is preceded in death by his wife of 45 years, Lorraine Haynes Allen; one son, Clois Allen; a brother, Herbert Allen; and three sisters, Loraine Reed, Ella Reed, and Genova Higginbotham. He leaves behind two sons, Cecil James (Melissa) Allen, and Eddie (Betty) Allen; five grandchildren, and 10 great-grandchildren. ALL MASK WEARING GUESTS are invited to H.H.'s visitation at Fowler Funeral Home, Brinkley, on Thursday, July 2nd from 11:00 am - 12:00 pm. Graveside service will be immediately after at Cotton Plant Cemetery.

David Wayne Curtis, 49, of Benton passed away from this life on June 27th, 2020. He was born on March 12th, 1971 in Stuttgart to Larry Curtis and Barbara Ann Curtis Ritter. One of his favorite pastimes was hunting, along with fishing - even when he never caught anything. David was a loving and caring person, especially to his family. His smile would light up the room and bring smiles to all. He loved to mow the yard, even if it didn't need it. Another love of David's was pickles, and anything pickled. David worked briefly as a CNA for nursing homes in Brinkley and Dewitt. David was a graduate of Clarendon High School.  Above all of David's passions, he had a tremendous love for the Lord and put his eternal soul in the hands of his Savior. David is preceded in death by his grandparents, Robert and Muriel Curtis; James and Nellie Mayfield. Those remaining to cherish his memory are his family, including, his parents Larry (Margie) Curtis and Barbara Ritter; sons David Lee Curtis and Hunter Wayne Curtis; sister Renae (Lance) McGraw, niece Jenna and nephew Jared; step-sisters, Angela (Terry) Howard, Tonya Millspaugh; and brother Darrell Lynn Curtis, along with numerous other extended family and friends. Visitation will be from 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm on Tuesday, June 30th with his funeral at 11:00 am Wednesday, July 1st, both at First Baptist Church in Clarendon. 




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