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Mariano Garcia - February 16, 2020
Col. Ken Barry McNeill - February 16, 2020
William Stephen Hupp - February 14, 2020
Anita Kay Haworth - February 14, 2020
Linda J. Goldsborough - February 14, 2020
Loana Hatfield - February 11, 2020
Joe Sparks - February 09, 2020
Ajaib Thandi - February 08, 2020
Arthur Lee Garrison - February 07, 2020
Kelly O'Connel - February 07, 2020
James Murad - February 06, 2020
William Ray - February 03, 2020
Maria Gomez - February 01, 2020
Allene LeRae Comfort - January 26, 2020
Eva Jean Beck - January 25, 2020
Richard Charles "Dick" Baker - January 19, 2020
Michael Robert Bidwell - January 12, 2020
Marcelyn L Brown - January 10, 2020
James Shrigley - January 08, 2020
James Payne - January 08, 2020
Ethel O'Hair - January 05, 2020
Margie Creek - January 03, 2020
Mary Williams - December 31, 2019
Dennis Leo Morgenstern - December 24, 2019
Jane Van Brogen - December 24, 2019
Betty Alley - December 22, 2019
Rae Oden - December 22, 2019
Virginia Auvenshine - December 22, 2019
David Elliott - December 21, 2019
Betty M Jones - December 18, 2019

Memorial for Samuel Marley

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Samuel Lloyd Marley was born July 22, 1940 in Bentonville, Arkansas and passed away October 12th, 2019 in Fayetteville, Arkansas. He loved Bentonville and was active in band, his love of music was forever. Piano, his own style and a voice could go from a love story to gutsy blues, to rock and roll. He played on Dickson Street in Fayetteville, New York, Kansas City, Santa Fe New Mexico and in Tulsa with John D Levan. Until recently he would "Jam" on with his friends at Curly's house. He is survived by his sweetheart Dolores Miller, his friends, Jerry, Curly, Lonnie, Orvil, John D, Bobbi, Dave, Carol, Ed, Harriet and Greta. Lloyd and Dolores were together for 30 years, met at the age of 12 at a birthday party in Bentonville. She will never forget him, they've gone through bad times and good but mostly good. He loved her and has taken care of her so well. To her he was the best looking man ever. Dolores wants everyone to remember him laughing, playing his music and singing. No service are set at this time. Arrangements by Benton County Memorial Park Funeral Home, Rogers, Arkansas. Online guestbook: www.bentoncountymemorialpark.com