Vickie Delight Green, 65

September 7 1955 - September 4 2021

Vickie Delight Green, 65, passed away on September 4th, 2021.  She was born on September 7th, 1955, to the late Robert Lee Schoonover, and Eva Bramel. Vickie enjoyed singing in the church choir, teaching Sunday school, and traveling on road trips.  She loved to spend time with her family, especially her grandchildren. Another favorite pastime was reminiscing and telling stories while looking at old photographs. She is preceded in death by her parents; her husband of 46 years, Kenny Green; three sisters, Adaleen Smith, Brenda Turner, Joanne Brewster; and two brothers, ID Schoonover, and Jerry Schoonover. Vickie leaves behind one daughter, Amy (Bradford) Anderson, of Southside; one brother, Ronnie Schoonover, of Brinkley; one granddaughter, Kaleigh (David) Pearson, of Southside; and two great-grandsons, Cole-David, and Kenny Pearson, of Southside; along with many other family and friends.  Her funeral service will be at Fowler Funeral Home, Brinkley on Thursday, September 9th at 2:00 pm with visitation one hour prior.  A private burial will be at Oakgrove Cemetery, Moro.

Lucille Lawless Rogers, 100

NOVEMBER 14 1920 - SEPTEMBER 4 2021

Lucille Lawless Rogers, 100, of Clarendon passed from this life on Saturday, September 4, 2021 at home with family by her side.  She was a faithful member of the First Baptist Church in Clarendon for many years. She was born in Langley Arkansas on November 14, 1920.  She married Ernest Milwee (Kiser) Rogers of Clarendon on May 24, 1942 in Brinkley, Arkansas and together they had five children.  They lived on their own farm on the outskirts of Clarendon prior to her moving to Clarendon in 2001 after her husband’s death in 1999.  She also worked outside of the home and retired from Mad Butcher in Clarendon. Lucille loved to sew, work crossword puzzles, making ceramic figurines in her own shop and taught many children the process of making ceramics, playing dominoes and growing flowers. She spent her last year’s caring for her daughter Kay. Lucille is preceded in death by her husband, Ernest Milwee Rogers; three brothers, Foy Lawless, Theodore Lawless, and Commadore Lawless; two sisters, Effie Hurst, and Betty Wesson; three daughters, Joan Kay Rogers, Berta Grace Munck, and Jesse Carol Self. She is survived by two children, daughter Sherry Stimpson of West Memphis, and son Mike (Debbie) of Clarendon.  Six grandchildren, Libby, Casey, Miranda, Derek, Stacey, and Brad; along with a host of other family and friends. The family would also like to give thanks especially to her Hospice Nurse and Staff, particularly Melanie.  A special thank you to her longtime aide Mrs. Joanne Jackson Willis. A graveside service at Shady Grove Cemetery, Clarendon on Tuesday September 7th at 2:00 pm.

Steven Durant Poteet, 63

July 16 1958 - August 26 2021

Steven Durant Poteet, 63, passed away at his home in Byhalia, Mississippi on August 26, 2021. Steven was born in Memphis, Tennessee on July 16th, 1958 to the late Robert “Bob” Poteet and Ruth Aline Poteet. He loved the outdoors; fishing, hunting, and water sports were his favorite things to do to pass the time. He was a happy-go-lucky, and fun-loving guy with an enjoyable dry wit. Steven was on a disaster response team and worked as an HVAC technician for the Baptist Hospital Systems and St. Judes Hospital. He had a big heart for children.  Steven was preceded in death by his dad Robert “Bob” Poteet, fraternal grandparents, Roscoe (Lois) Poteet, and maternal grandparents, Carl (Ruth) White. He is survived by his mother Ruth Aline Poteet, one sister Jane Frayser, Niece Mindy Frayser; along with a host of cousins, aunts, and uncles    Memorial service will be at Fowler Funeral Home, Brinkley on Saturday, September 4th, at 10:00 am with visitation one hour prior. 

Janice "Janet" Janete Smith

September 1 1956 - August 28 2021

Janice Janette Smith, 64, of Ward, Arkansas was born on September 1, 1956, to the late J.W. Hicks, Jr., and Bobbie Jean Craig Hicks.  She departed this life on August 28, 2021, at Springhill Baptist Hospital in North Little Rock, Arkansas.  To those who knew her best, she was affectionately known as Janet.  She graduated from Brinkley High School.  Her occupation included being a waitress, and a store clerk.  She lived in Carlisle, Arkansas throughout most of her life.  She confessed and accepted Jesus Christ as her Lord and Savior, and attended the Church of Christ in Carlisle, Arkansas under the leadership of Religious Leader Bob Dunaway.  She loved God, her family, and friends. Janet wanted everyone around her to be happy.  She would joke with others to make them smile. Janet’s hobbies included telling stories from the past, playing games on her phone, cooking for family members, and spending quality time with her loved ones.  Janet was preceded in death by her parents; a granddaughter, Jessica Lee Inman; two sisters, Becky Hicks, and Deborah Roberts; two brothers, Douglas Hicks, and Ronald “Ronnie” Hicks; two nephews, Timothy Jackson, and Little David Hicks, Jr.; and one great nephew, Noah Jackson. Janet leaves to cherish her memories, one beloved son, Logan Wayne Inman of Jonesboro, Arkansas; one brother, David (Annette) Hicks of Tyronza, Arkansas.; one sister-in-law, Mary Hicks of Nashville, Tennessee; and one sister, Donna Hale (Billy) of Branson, Missouri; along with a host of aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, great nieces, great nephews, cousins, and many friends. 

Sarah "Vick" Ferguson

FEB 7 1936 - AUG 19 2021

Sarah “Vick” Victoria Ferguson, 85, passed away on August 19th, 2021, at Baptist Medical Center in Little Rock.  She was born on February 7, 1936, in Hilleman, Arkansas to the late Oliver Carl Randall and Charlcie Mae Weatherford. Vick, as she was affectionately known, had a serious green thumb and kept an over-abundance of aloe vera growing for the quick burn remedy. She enjoyed working crossword puzzles when she was not busy with the work and tasks of a seamstress. Sewing was more than a hobby, but a passion; she would promptly assemble clothes after a quick once-over with her trusty cloth measuring tape.  She would even do alterations and fixes to bridal gowns. On top of this, she retired after 20 years as a seamstress at Van Heusen’s manufacturing plant in Brinkley. Vick’s specialty also included home cooking and baking from scratch - with absolutely nothing coming out of a box or can! Her favorite time of the year was the Holidays.  She loved the amount of cooking and baking involved to feed her large family. Chocolate gravy was a staple in the house along with many kinds of baked goods made for her sweet-aholic husband, Jerry.  Vick combined her love of cooking and for her mother when she took a job as a nutritionist at Cla-Cliff Nursing Home so she could help take care of her during her time as a resident there. A collector of angels, roosters and other oddities, Vick filled many a Curio Cabinet with various knick-knacks.  She also had a love for cats, especially Tinkerbell.  Vick was truly loved by all; and never had an enemy. Vick is preceded in death by her parents, Oliver and Charlcie; along with her husband of 60+ years, Jerry James Ferguson; and one son, James “Tiny” Ferguson; three brothers, Carl Vernon Randall, Terry Dale Randall, James David “JD” Randall; one grandson, Travis Nail. Vick is survived by one son, Jeff Ferguson; three daughters Sandy (Buddy) Henley, Barbara Nail (Henry Ford) all of Brinkley, Arkansas, and Kim Stowe (Sean Dawkins) of Newport News, Virginia.; one sister, Shirley (Bob) Snearley; along with 8 grandchildren; 9 great-grandchildren; and numerous other family and friends.

Vick’s funeral service will be held at Fowler Funeral Home Chapel, Brinkley on Tuesday, August 24th at 11:00 am with visitation one hour prior.  Burial to follow at Whitehall Cemetery in Hunter, Arkansas.


DEC 30 1937 - AUG 1 2021

Joyce Evans,83, died peacefully in Hospice at St Vincent Infirmary Medical Center in Little Rock, Arkansas, and met her beloved Lord and Savior Jesus on August 1, 2021.  She was born on December 30th, 1937, in Marianna, Arkansas to the late Harry Norman Houston, of Harrisburg, Arkansas, and Mary Alice Louise Ford Houston, of Moro, Arkansas She was a beautiful woman, devoted mother, and grandmother, known by everyone as an avid Bible reader, a knowledgeable Sunday school teacher, an artist, seamstress, and an outgoing person that made people feel loved and appreciated.  She practiced her love of people in her profession as a Registered Nurse; she was also active in her church and loved to travel when she could.  Her smile was contagious and that will be greatly missed. She is preceded in death by her parents, Harry, Mary Alice; along with her brother, Homer Lawrence Ford; and one son Paul Gorden Macon Evans.  Joyce is survived by one daughter Deborah Ann Fendley of Austin, Arkansas; two sons Jimmy Norman Evans, and Micah Wesley Evans of Cabot, Arkansas; one brother Arnold Barry Ford of Lansing, Michigan; two sisters Norma Mae Jackson, and Brenda Carole Bohn of Holly Springs, Mississippi; along with 12 grandchildren; 5 great-grandchildren; 5 great-great-grandchildren; and 13 nieces and nephews and numerous other family and friends. Joyce’s funeral service will be held at Fowler Funeral Home Chapel, Brinkley on Thursday, August 5th at 10:00 am with visitation one hour prior.  Burial to follow at Oak Grove Cemetery in Moro, Arkansas.




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