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Charlotte Webb

WHITE HALL — Charlotte Jeanette Webb, age 81, of White Hall, died at Jefferson Regional Medical Center, Tuesday, May 24, 2016. Mrs. Webb was born July 5, 1934, in Sevierville, Tenn., the daughter of the late Lynn and Mary Elizabeth Malone Moody.

James McClain Jr.

WARREN — James William McClain, Jr, age 78, of Warren, Ark., died Monday May 23, in Vilonia, Ark. Born December 23, 1937, in Cleveland County, Ark., a son of the late James William McClain, Sr, and Ollie Mae Beaty McClain he was retired from Potlatch Corporation with 32 years of service as Bradley Yard Foreman. He was a 50 year member of the Masonic Lodge # 33, serving as master mason and was a member of Immanuel Baptist Church. Also preceding him in death was a daughter Marion Gail McClain, a brother Aubert McClain, and sisters Billie Maxine McClain, Doris Coker, a grandson Coty McClain and great-grandson Gabrielle Sullivan.

Sherry Spadoni

Sherry Diane Williams Spadoni, 63, of Pine Bluff, died Friday at her home. She was born March 7, 1953 in Stuttgart to the late J.B. and Edna Irene Dillday Williams. She was a homemaker.

Charline Scarbrough

WHITE HALL — Charline Marie Ware Scarbrough, 74, of White Hall, died Monday, May 23, 2016 in Little Rock. She was born August 1, 1941 in Jonesboro, daughter of Charles Thomas Ware and Geraldine Johnson Ware.

James Pevey

James Tony Pevey, 63, of the Clearwater Lake Community (Grant County), passed away at his home May 18, 2016. He was born November 30, 1952 in Pine Bluff to the late Louis and Ethel Millen Pevey.

Edwin Chambliss

HOT SPRINGS — Edwin Norris Chambliss, of Hot Springs, Ark., died on May 9, 2016. He was born on October 14, 1931, in Lincoln County, Ark., to Charlie and Letha Bell Hamilton Chambliss. Ed graduated from Star City High School in 1950. He was married to Geneva Farley Chambliss Waymack and to Ida Ruth Isom Chambliss. Ed was a retired building contractor. He spent his working years in Pine Bluff and White Hall, before retiring to Hot Springs. During his retirement, he enjoyed raising horses and spending time with Dr. Jolly and other friends at Step-A-Head Farm.