STAR CITY - Rose Maria Spaulding, 49 of Star City, died Wednesday. She was born May 23, 1965 in Lake Village to Ruby Miller Smith and the late Billy Trigleth.
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DETROIT, MICH. - Pheb Ann Whitmore, 89, formerly of Humphrey died March 10, 2015 in Detroit, Mich. Born November 5, 1925 in Cotton Plant, Ark. to the late Bob and Pearl White Poynter.
SEATTLE, WASH. - Marjorie Erica Culpepper of Seattle Washington, longtime resident of Star City and Little Rock, Ark. passed away on March 5, 2015. She was born in Melbourne, Australia on July 2, 1922, the daughter of Eric and Dorothy Brymer. Her parents and husband, Lawrence Culpepper and one brother, Jack Brymer, preceded her in death.
NORTH LITTLE ROCK - Carolyn Turner, age 68, of North Little Rock, formerly of Pine Bluff, died Thursday,
Mrs. Gennette Cubie Entoe, 61, of Pine Bluff, Ark. passed Friday, March 20, 2015. She was born in Pine Bluff to the late Harver and Elnora (Raily) Cubie.
DERMOTT - Lillie Mae Phillips, 66, of Dermott, Ark. died March 22, 2015. Born December 14, 1948 the daughter of the late Walter Love, Sr. and the late Willie Mae Buckhalton.
MCGEHEE - Timothy Craig Harris, 55, of McGehee, Ark. died March 20, 2015. Born November 7, 1959 in McGehee, Ark. a son of the late Robert Harris and Bettie Emerson.
WHITE HALL - Milford Francis Martin, 91, of White Hall, Ark., passed away Wednesday, March 25, 2015, at White Hall Nursing and Rehab.
Jerry Lee Jackson was born on June 17, 1950, in Pine Bluff, to the late Andrew T. Jackson, Sr. and Eddie Mae Jackson.
CAMDEN - After a lengthy illness, LaDon Ward Jester of 762 Cardinal Street Camden, Ark. passed away quietly March 26, 2015, at her home with her family at her side. LaDon was born the daughter of Daniel Harold Ward and Lois Louise Ward on April 6th, 1939, in Hope, Ark. She grew up in Bodcaw, Ark., in rural Nevada County, as a member of Union Baptist Church. LaDon attended Bodcaw School where she excelled in sports as a member of the Girls Junior and Senior Basketball team. She was active in the local F.F.A. (Future Farmers of America Sweetheart), and well known throughout the region as a singer and pianist, performing at churches, county fairs, and other venues.