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Rosalie Jennings - September 17, 2018
Donna Maasch - September 16, 2018
Mildred M Hartfield - September 13, 2018
Tonya Carpenter - September 10, 2018
Nicholas Taylor Cline - September 05, 2018
Infant Rodriguez - September 05, 2018
Richard H Mills - August 31, 2018
Bobby Lewis Backer - August 30, 2018
Melvin Broder - August 29, 2018
Sally Huse - August 26, 2018
Hunter Watts - August 24, 2018
Daniel F Loper - August 23, 2018
Geneva J Sanders - August 20, 2018
Tanveer Sinha Vaisakhy - August 10, 2018
Thomas Emmett Duvall - August 09, 2018
Janet Roy - August 07, 2018
Shirley Jaggars - August 07, 2018
Billy Bob Cavin - August 06, 2018
Robert H. Camp - August 04, 2018
Betty Johnson Snyder - August 01, 2018
Shirley Ostrander - July 31, 2018
Robert Koenig - July 29, 2018
Laura Rusher - July 28, 2018
Dillon Jones - July 28, 2018
Infant Lucy - July 27, 2018
Lee A. Newsom - July 26, 2018
Connie Elders - July 22, 2018
Joseph Carrington - July 21, 2018
Raymond Tucker - July 21, 2018
Mary McDaniel - July 21, 2018

Memorial for Melvin Yount

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Visitation
2:00 PM Sunday, June 24th, 2018
Benton County Memorial Park Funeral Home
Funeral
10:00 AM Monday, June 25th, 2018
Lakeview Baptist Church
Interment
Monday, June 25th, 2018
Cave Springs Cemetery
Melvin Loy Yount, age 72, went to be with the Lord on Thursday, June 21, 2018 at this home. Melvin “Patch” was born August 17, 1945 in Bentonville, Arkansas to Robert and Edith Yount. He met the love of his life Jean Robbins and they were married August 7, 1965. Melvin was preceded in death by his parents, sister and half-brother. He is survived by his wife of 52 years, two sons; Tim and Melissa of Cassville, Missouri and Mark and Missy of Bentonville, Arkansas, nine grandchildren and 3 great-grandchildren. Melvin has been a lifelong resident of Benton County Arkansas, currently a member of Victory Missionary Baptist Church of Gentry, Arkansas, ordained Deacon by Bro. J.N. Farish in September 1989, served on the Volunteer Fire Department of Cave Springs for several years, and worked for Benton County Road Department for the good of 20 years. Melvin was a true friend and loved to share the Gospel of Christ, he met no stranger. Through his actions Melvin portrayed unconditional love, humility, and unbounding wisdom. He always had a smile, firm hand shake and hug ready to give. Memorials will be made to the Gideons International