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Mendy Wells - January 19, 2018
Rebecca Brandenburg - January 18, 2018
Wendell Dale Jordan - January 18, 2018
James Nichols - January 17, 2018
Joe E Perry - January 17, 2018
Gerald T Handley - January 17, 2018
Victoria Rose - 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
Richard Smith - December 31, 2017
Joe Shaffer - December 30, 2017
Gowtham Vijay Sowndar - Ganesh - December 28, 2017
Elesia Maxzine Jones-Price - December 20, 2017
John Phillips - December 19, 2017
Gerald E. Cooper - December 18, 2017
Mary Bernice Simmons - December 15, 2017
Arther Dozier - December 14, 2017
Cherrie Frazee - December 14, 2017
Harold D. Musteen - December 11, 2017
Victor D Thompson Jr. - December 09, 2017
Nancy Kay Fowler - December 07, 2017
Lila Marie Anderson - December 06, 2017
Bob Howell - December 05, 2017
Joann P Soderquist - December 01, 2017

Memorial for Elesia Maxzine Jones-Price

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Elesia “Lisa” Jones-Price passed from this Earth on December 20th, 2017. She was born on July 6th, 1962 in Wilson, AR to William and Sybil Bennett. She spent most of her life in Joiner, AR where she loved everyone who crossed her path. She moved to Northwest AR in 2005 to follow her son, Michael Bennett-Spears. Lisa lived a life full of love and compassion. She believed very strongly in God and did her best to exemplify that in how she treated others. Though she only had one living biological child, she took in every young person she met as her own. In the only 55 years she was with us, she touched countless lives. Though we can no longer pick up the phone and call her, we know she is always with us. She may be physically gone from this world, but the enormous love she shared will never die. We will always love you, Mama. Until we see you again, “Goodnight, George. I love you, and I'll see you in the morning.” Arrangements are with Benton County Memorial Park of Rogers.