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John McWilliams, 64, of Springdale, died Monday, May 4, 2015 at Circle of Life Hospice in Springdale.  He was
born March 12, 1951 in Ft. Polk, Louisiana to James Alfred and Joyce Maxine Ward McWilliams.  John served in
the Army during the Vietnam War.  He loved camping and RVing.  He was a member of the Johnson Church of

He was preceded in death by his parents, his grandmother, Faye Ward, and step-father, J.B. Jones.

He is survived by his wife, Joyce Ann (Hatfield) McWilliams, whom he married September 4, 1981 in Idabel,
Oklahoma; one daughter, Marsha Melville and husband Larry of Searcy; two sisters, Diana Humphress and
husband Lance of Sapulpa, Oklahoma, Cyndi McWilliams of Yukon, Oklahoma; three grandchildren, Kelsea
Conrad and husband Tim, Kristin Melville, Brayden Melville; a brother-in-law, Lewis Hatfield and wife Norma;
and many aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces and nephews.

Funeral services were Thursday, May 7, at Heritage Funeral Home Chapel with interment at
Stuckey Cemetery
with Military Honors. Memorial contributions may be made to
Children's Homes, Inc.
Teresa Jo (Cline) Bebout, 57, of Lowell, Arkansas, died Tuesday, May 5, 2015. She was born August 30, 1957
in Orleans, France where her father was stationed at the time.

She is survived by her husband, Joseph Bebout, of the home; one daughter, Lindsay Temple and husband
Eric of Des Moines, Iowa; her parents, Richard and Norma Cline of Muncie, Indiana; and one grandchild,
Leyton Temple.

A memorial reception was Saturday, May 9, at the family home in Lowell.  Condolences may be sent to the
family at P.O. Box 2132, Lowell, AR 72745.  Memorial contributions may be made to a charity of choice.
William Duane “Billy” Herd, 44, of Mountainburg, died Sunday, May 10, 2015 at Summit Medical Center in Van Buren. He was born May
8, 1971 in Dallas, Texas. Billy enjoyed outdoor activities and his drywall contracting work.

He is survived by three children; Brittany, Matt, and Megan Herd, all of West Fork; parents, Royce and Loretta Evans of Mountainburg;
his mother, Nellie Warren of Ore City, Texas; one brother, Ricky Evans of West Fork; three sisters, Connie Whittenburg of Johnson,
Laura Wagner of Monroe, Washington, Rhonda Adkins of Fayetteville; the mother of his children, Andrea Herd of West Fork; and three
half-sisters and one half-brother, all of Texas.

A memorial service will be 10 a.m. Saturday, May 16, at
Living Waters Pentecostal Church in Chester. Memorial contributions may be
made to William “Billy” Herd Memorial Fund in care of Arvest Bank.
Adelene Mae Harris of Springdale, age 90, passed away May 11, 2015 in Springfield, Missouri. She was born
January 25, 1925, at the home of her parents, Tom and Vina Hatfield in 1925 in Hartwell. Adelene worked in
banking for 35 years and was a member of First United Methodist Church in Springdale. She was preceded in
death by her first husband, Kenneth Hatfield, and three brothers, Raymond, Everett, and Thurman Hatfield.

Adelene will be lovingly remembered and missed by her daughter, Pat Curtis of Springfield, Missouri; two
grandchildren, Paige Lamar of Tulsa, Chris Curtis of New Wilmington, Pennsylvania; three great grandchildren,
Lily Wheeler of Tulsa, Tessa and McKenna Curtis of New Wilmington, Pennsylvania; and several nieces and

Funeral services were Monday, May 18, at Heritage Funeral Chapel. Private burial was at Alabam Cemetery.
Martha Jo Moore, 91, of Springdale, died Thursday, May 14, 2015 at Northwest Medical Center.  She was born March 8, 1924 in Sonora
to Henry Wilford and Olena Josephine Bramlett Scroggins.

Mrs. Moore was devoted to her family.  She enjoyed watching her grandchildren’s sporting events, bird watching, and cooking and
caring for her family and friends.  She was a member since childhood of First Baptist Church, now Cross Church Springdale, where
she taught preschool Sunday School for many years.  She retired after more than 20 years as executive secretary from First State Bank
of Springdale.

She was preceded in death by her husband, Jack L. Moore, in 2004, and by three brothers and four sisters.

She is survived by four children, Joy Moore Norwood and husband Tommy of Rogers, Michelle Thomas and husband Charles of
Springdale, Kevin L. Moore and Carol Davis of Lowell, Elaine Taylor and husband Greg of Springdale; 11 grandchildren, 14 great
grandchildren, and several nieces and nephews.

Funeral services were Monday, May 18, at
Cross Church Springdale with burial at Friendship Cemetery.  Memorial contributions may
be made to
Cross Church.
Janice Faye Anderson, 66, of Springdale, died Tuesday, May 26, 2015 at Northwest Medical Center.  A memorial service was Saturday,
May 30, at Heritage Funeral Home Chapel followed by a potluck at the DeVore home.
Dan Alexander Denham, 60, born November 11, 1954 in College Station, Texas, went to be with his Lord and
Savior on Friday, June 5, 2015.

Known as Big Dan to his friends, he was a big man in stature and personality known most for his love of music,
sense of humor, and extreme generosity. He housed and fed dozens of people, as he knew the Lord would
have him do. There was never any doubt where you stood with the man. He always gave the unvarnished truth;
the advice was sage, the stories long and colorful, and the music powerful. All the varied and sometimes crazy
conversions will be missed.  Music was his passion... as a teenager he sang for the Queen of England with the
First Baptist Church of Dallas Chapel Choir and he went on to teach the gift of music to many.

He was preceded in death by his wife of 29 years, Ethel Denham, as well as his parents Elam and Mary.  
Survivors include his son Zachary Denham and wife Joannie, and daughter Sarah and husband Jamie Vance,
as well as his four grandchildren, Zion and Kaylee Denham and Ian and Ella Vance. Other survivors include his
brothers and sisters, Laura Denham Rieff, Galen Denham, Charles Denham, and Polly Tandon, as well as
several cousins, nieces, and nephews.

A graveside services wad Tuesday, June 9, at Spring Creek Missionary Baptist Cemetery.
Doyle Frederick “Fred” Hill of Rogers died after a lengthy illness on Monday, June 22, 2015.  He was born in Martinez, California, to
Freeman and Mary Altha Michaels Hill on January 2, 1936.

Fred graduated high school in Mulhall, Oklahoma, served in the U.S. Navy, and graduated with an MBA from Oklahoma State
University.  He was the business administrator for an Oklahoma state mental hospital, a statistical cost analyst for North American
Rockwell on the Apollo moon project, a business owner and electrical supply salesman, an avid fisherman and fan of all OSU sports.  
Until he became ill, he was an active member of Grace United Methodist Church in Rogers, Arkansas.

Fred was a loving and loved husband, father, grandfather and friend.  He is survived by Becky, his wife of 46 years, his daughter and
her husband, Teresa and David Townsend, his son and his wife, Michael Freeman and Shelly Hill, granddaughter Kaylin Layne
Townsend and grandson, Riley Wayne Townsend.  Fred was preceded in death by his parents and an infant sister, Ellen.

A memorial service is planned later this summer.  Memorials may be made to
Grace United Methodist Church.

The family wishes to thank the staff at Shiloh Nursing and Rehab in Springdale for the wonderful care they gave Fred.