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Memorial for Nancy Joyce Berry

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11:00 AM Friday, July 7th, 2017
Benton County Memorial Park Funeral Home
Nancy Berry, age 87, passed away on Wednesday, July 5, 2017, at Northwest Medical Center in Bentonville. She was born July 20, 1929, in Jones County, Texas, to Sarah Eunice (Johnson) and Lee Hoyt Goodwin. Nancy, whom her family called Muth, graduated from Stamford High School on May 28, 1946. She moved to Arkansas in 1972 where she worked for Wal-Mart and Rogers School Services before retiring. Muth was a bright light to her family. She enjoyed crossword puzzles, her dog, Oscar, and watching movies. But most important to Muth was her family. Holidays and special events were spent laughing, playing games (Chicken Foot was a favorite!), eating and reminiscing. It wasn’t just holidays that were special family times. Her daily life was also warmed by visits from one or more family members. On Saturdays, her home became a hub of activity and laughter as much of her family dropped by throughout the day. Her family is grateful to have started a tradition years ago of celebrating Muth’s birthday with a big reunion/party. Each year was given a theme and family traveled from as far away as Texas and New York to be with her. Her family is blessed to have the memories of these celebrations. Left to honor Muth and remember her love are her five children, Sue (Tim) Zinda, June (Mike) Northcutt, Margie (Jimmy) Bowen, Trish (Bob “Gil” Gilbert) Stewart, and Bob (Carrie) Roddy; her grandchildren, Jennifer (Tommy) Colley, Cyndi Byrum, Reece Cline, Jo Lindsey (Bill) Morgan, Meredith (Andrew) Miller, Lesley Bowen, George Roddy and Lily Roddy; her brother, Bob (Martha) Goodwin; several great-grandchildren and many nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents and her sister, Dawn Rodgers. There will be a graveside service at Benton County Memorial Park on Friday, July 7th, at 11:00 a.m. with Grant Siemens officiating. “We will love you and miss you forever.”