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Florence Alvarado - October 18, 2017
Donna Kane - October 15, 2017
Wanda Muse - October 13, 2017
Donald James Brady - October 13, 2017
Troy Trent - October 13, 2017
Alvin Scott Taulbee - October 13, 2017
William Moss - October 02, 2017
Clayton E Stewart - October 02, 2017
Levictor (Vick) Coleman - October 02, 2017
Dorothy Kelly Paulk - October 01, 2017
Vernie Whittaker - October 01, 2017
Margaret Lou Duckworth - September 30, 2017
Jackie L. Summit - September 30, 2017
Romona Walker Ford - September 30, 2017
Nona B. Coppinger - September 27, 2017
Norma D Turner - September 20, 2017
Earl York - September 17, 2017
Karl Newbrough - September 17, 2017
Syrus D Heimbuch - September 16, 2017
Thomas Trudell - September 15, 2017
Kevan Osbourn - September 15, 2017
Kevin Butts - September 12, 2017
Sharon D. Apponey - September 12, 2017
William Fowler - September 09, 2017
Janice Jeanette Duncan - September 09, 2017
Marleen William - September 05, 2017
Connie Ramona Combs - September 03, 2017
Gary Greenlee - September 03, 2017
Remington Ray Andersen - August 29, 2017
Ronald David Lisle Sr. - November 24, 2016

Memorial for Dorothy Kelly Paulk

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Celebration of Life
10:00 AM Tuesday, October 17th, 2017
Church Alive
Dorothy Kelly Paulk, age 49, born in California on April 29, 1968, was taken by the angles to be with our Lord on October 1, 2017 during her sleep. She lived in Bentonville, AR where she lived her life as she wanted. Her pride and joy were her children and grandchildren. Kelly was the light in everyone and left a spark on everyone she met. Not only did she love to drink coffee, she loved to write and to help others. She was great with animals and loved her dogs, Dixie, Roxie and KC. She had a sense of humor that brightened many peoples’ lives and was never afraid of saying what was on her mind. She was preceded in death by her Mother Marie, Father Bill and Sister Susan. She is survived by her children Brittney Getz, Brandon Getz, and Megahn Cox and four grandchildren. Kelly’s surviving sisters are Nancy, Teresa, Gina and Dawn. We will be celebrating Kelly’s life for who she was and also grieving that she was taken so soon on Tuesday October 17th at Church Alive, 5121 SW Runway Drive, Bentonville Arkansas at 10:00 am, officiated by Pastor Tony Nichols. There will be a private burial service with the family at Benton County Memorial Park. We must not forget our Father’s promise, we will see Kelly again. She is no longer in pain and is at her healthiest looking down on us all. I know she would want us all to be better then who we were and she would want us to be strong and lend a hand like she always did. In honor of Dorothy Kelly Paulk let us never forget the unique spunky side of her that left everyone who was around laughing with smiles all over the room.