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James Burkeen - February 16, 2018
Pansy Lee Pippin - February 14, 2018
Ford McIntosh Jr. - February 11, 2018
Linda South - February 09, 2018
Jose Morales - February 08, 2018
Teddy Wright - February 07, 2018
Larry Cowen - February 06, 2018
Joel Patterson - February 02, 2018
Jackie L Phillips - January 28, 2018
Michael S. Burgner - January 27, 2018
Gloria J King - January 27, 2018
Baby Varner - January 23, 2018
Norma King - January 22, 2018
James Conway Lackey - January 20, 2018
Mendy Wells - January 19, 2018
Wendell Dale Jordan - January 18, 2018
Rebecca Brandenburg - January 18, 2018
Gerald T Handley - January 17, 2018
James Nichols - January 17, 2018
Victoria Rose - January 17, 2018
Joe E Perry - January 17, 2018
Ruby Pendley - January 14, 2018
Karen D Hunter - January 12, 2018
Marlene Westberg - January 12, 2018
John Coleman - January 12, 2018
Philip Prim - January 10, 2018
Tony Allen Estes - January 08, 2018
Lloyd C. Lutzen - January 07, 2018
Lonnie McDurmond - January 04, 2018
Joe Shaffer - December 30, 2017

Memorial for Wanda Muse

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Graveside
11:00 AM Friday, October 20th, 2017
Pinecrest Memorial Park, Alexander, Arkansas
On October 13, 2017, Wanda J. Muse passed peacefully from this life into the waiting and loving arms of her Savior, Jesus Christ. Wanda was born and raised in Malvern, Arkansas, the youngest of four sisters. She retired from years of service at the Benton Services Center nursing home in Benton, Arkansas. She had no greater pleasure than helping others and the joy she had for raising her children was unsurpassed. She was a member of First Baptist Church of Centerton, Arkansas. She was preceded in death by her husband, R.A. Muse; her sisters Billie Hossfeld, Lorena Austin, Bonnie Brookes; and her parents Percy and Lula Hossfeld. Wanda is survived by her son and his wife, Don and Lynn Muse of Bentonville, AR; daughter and husband, Vanessa and Mike Steves of Benton, AR; and daughter and husband, Dorothy and Howard Daniel of Hot Springs, AR; grandson Dane Shaw of Port Charlotte, FL; five great-grandchildren, three nieces and countless friends. Wanda loved everyone she met and was loved by them as well. She leaves behind a lifetime of wonderful memories and a family that will strive to honor her legacy of loving people. Although her family mourns her passing from this world, they rejoice that she is now free from the weariness of this earth and is walking with Christ and her departed family in Heaven. She will be laid to rest with her husband in Pinecrest Memorial Park, Alexander, Arkansas.