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Joseph Ray “Joe” Fuller, 26, of Springdale, died Friday, February 14, 2014 at Northwest Medical Center in
Springdale.  He was born November 5, 1987 in Fayetteville.  Joe enjoyed music, hunting, and playing video games.
He was preceded in death by grandparents, Alice Smith, Billy Smith and Gerald Fuller.

He is survived by his wife, Tiffany (Myers) Fuller, whom he married February 16, 2012 in Springdale; three children,
Alexis Chandler, April Chandler and Stihl Fuller; his parents, Tammy and Garland Smith of Hindsville; a brother,
Johnathon Fuller of Springdale; grandparents, Bobby Smith of Fayetteville, Inez Fuller of Springdale, Jerry Smith of
Nob Hill; and many aunts, uncles and cousins.

Funeral services were Friday, February 21, at
The Well.  Interment was at Sonora Cemetery.
Joe Clyde Pack, 61, of Springdale, died Monday, February 17, 2014 at Circle of Life Hospice.  He was born February
23, 1952 in Springdale to Loren and JoAnna Robinson Clark.  Joe was devoted to his family, a hard worker, and a
sincere gentleman.  He was a member of Christian Life Cathedral and the Elks Lodge.  He enjoyed playing golf
and was a Razorback fan.

He is survived by his wife, Gail (Davis) Pack; four children, Brannon Pack and wife Milah of Tontitown, Aliah Medley
of Fayetteville, Audra Medley of Elkins, Andrew Medley of San Antonio, Texas; and five grandchildren, Destiny,
Jordan, Haila, Bryce Clyde and Charli Jo.

A memorial service was Saturday, February 22, at Heritage Funeral Home Chapel.  Inurnment was at
Spring Creek
Cemetery.  Memorial contributions may be made to the Cathedral Chapel Fund, in care of Christian Life Cathedral,
1285 Millsap Road, Fayetteville, AR 72703.
Bobby Joe “Bob” Mayes, 88, of Fayetteville, died Friday, February 28, 2014, at the Willard Walker Hospice Home.  
He was born May 25, 1925 in Fayetteville to John and Rachel Kathryn Raney Mayes.  Bob served in the Navy during
World War II.  He attended Baptist churches and enjoyed hunting and fishing.  He was a mechanic throughout his
life operating together with his brother, Richard, Mayes Auto Service, and later working with his son.

He was preceded in death by three brothers and one sister.He is survived by his son, John “Marlin” Mayes and wife
Patty of Fayetteville; four granddaughters, Niki Frogg and husband Brian, Chrissy Cuzick and husband Shane of
Lincoln, Jamie Wood and husband Cody of Fayetteville, Kimber Kiersey and husband Aaron of Coffeyville, Kansas;
and eight great grandchildren, Paul, Destinee, Kassidy, Logan, Kennadie, Edyn, Colt and Luke.

Funeral services were, March 7, at
Mission Boulevard Baptist Church with burial at Fairview Memorial Gardens.
Will Rogers Jeffery, 78, of Huntsville, died March 2, 2014 at Meadowview Nursing Home in Huntsville, where he had
been a resident for the past 8 years after suffering a stroke in 2004.  He was born August 10, 1935 in Izard County
to Henry Eugene and Ruby Long Jeffery.

Will served in the Air Force for four years during the Korean War.  He retired from the Soil Conservation Service in
1986 after 30 years of service, and again after 10 years with the Arkansas Health Department. His hobbies
included antique cars, fishing and playing the guitar.  He also enjoyed visiting with the many friends he made in
Madison County over the past 45 years.

Survivors include his wife of 56 years, Mary Lee Wright Jeffery of Huntsville; three children, Gary Jeffery and wife
Jennifer of Springdale, Karen Cannon and husband Tom Huntsville, Kenneth Jeffery and wife Cathy of Russellville;
two grandchildren, Kristen Jeffery of Fayetteville and Justin Jeffery of Russellville. He also had many brothers,
sisters, nieces and nephews in the Batesville, Ark. area.

According to his wishes, he will be cremated and the ashes scattered by his wife and children with no funeral
services planned.
Dr. D. Robert Davis, 84, of Fayetteville, passed away Saturday, March 8, 2014 at the Willard Walker Hospice Home.  
He was born in Lakewood, Ohio on August 22, 1929, and grew up in Cleveland Heights, Ohio.  He graduated from
Cleveland Heights High School, and entered Ohio State University where he earned three degrees including Doctor
of Philosophy.  He was a member of Sequoyah United Methodist Church in Fayetteville.

He was drafted into the Army in 1953 for two years and was sent to Ft. McClellan, Alabama, where he was
assigned to the Headquarters Co. of the 476th Chemical Battalion.

He was a Senior Scientist for Colgate-Palmolive Co., Section Leader for Best Foods and received three food
patents, Senior Scientist for Johnson & Johnson Co., and Professor in the Food Processing Department with the
University of Arkansas, and had 45 research publications.

He was preceded in death by his daughter, Diane L. Davis Thielemier.  He is survived by his wife of 61 years,
Jeanne White Davis; daughter, Carolyn R. Davis Johnston; and grandson, David R. Thielemier.

Private memorial services will be held at Fayetteville National Cemetery.  Memorial contributions may be made to
Sequoyah United Methodist Church or to Washington Regional Willard Walker Hospice Home.
Rosa Mae “Candy” Morgan, 83, of Rogers, Arkansas, died Saturday, March 22, 2014.  She was born April 21, 1930
in Crowley, Louisiana, to Alfred and Zula Mae Romero Schexneider.  She operated Candy’s Beauty Shop in Crowley
for 50 years. She enjoyed her work and everything about the Cajun life.  Candy particularly loved children and giving
gifts to her family.

She is survived by her husband, Leon Morgan, and son, Kevin Morgan and wife Rev. Pam Morgan all of Rogers,
Arkansas; two brothers, Elton Schexnayder of Kaplan, Louisiana, Milton Schnexieder of Prairieville, Louisiana; three
sisters, Audrey Weber of Rayne, Louisiana, Deanna Myers of Statesboro, Georgia, Phyllis Walsh of Lafayette,
Louisiana; three grandchildren, Nathan Morgan and wife Jenny, Quinton Morgan and wife Heather, Lindsey Morgan
Montgomery; and seven great grandchildren.  She was preceded in death by her parents and sisters, Lorena Mould
and Marjorie Daugereaux.

No services are planned at this time.
Walter Clayton Bowers, 82, of Springdale, died Sunday, March 23, 2014.  He was born December 22, 1931 in
Beaumont, Texas, to Lloyd D. and Pearl Emma Walker Bowers.  Walter served in the Army during the Korean War.  
He had many talents and skills including trick roping.  He enjoyed gardening, fishing, woodworking and traveling.

He was preceded in death by a brother, Elery Bowers.

He is survived by his wife, Jo Ann (Berryman) Bowers of Springdale; a daughter, Glenda Harp and husband Rick of
Elm Springs; two sisters, Nelwin Cook and Lois Caspar both of Beaumont, Texas; two granddaughters, Kristin
Hawkins and Staci Snider; and three great grandchildren, Jadelyn Snider, Kymber Hawkins and Tanner Snider.

A graveside service was Tuesday, March 25, at
Elm Springs Cemetery.
Jimmie DeWayne Turner, 63, of Fayetteville, died Monday, March 24, 2014 at the Willard Walker Hospice Home in
Fayetteville.  He was born December 28, 1950 in Dallas, Texas, to Dee and Alita Herrell Weir.  Jimmie was a
devoted Christian, husband and father.  He was a salesman throughout his life, and enjoyed hunting and fishing,
and lived life to the fullest of his ability.

He is survived by his wife, Patsy Turner, of the home; four children, Shannon Capehart of Fayetteville, Jim A. Turner
of Fayetteville, Jerry Turner and wife Emily of Springdale, Barbara Hill of Fayetteville; two sisters, Barbara Hopkins of
California, Janice Dorsey of Oklahoma; three brothers, Jerry Weir, Kenneth Weir and Doyle Weir all of Oklahoma;
11 grandchildren, Gennifer Garmon, Jimmie Capehart, Patsy Turner, Meagon Capehart, Nicholas Turner, Tiffany
Hill, Stephanie Hill, Chessie Turner, Annie Turner, Clay Turner, Ethan Turner; and three great grandchildren,
Isabelle Rhine, Austin Pink and Rylee Tandy.

Funeral services were Saturday, March 29, at
House of Worship with interment at Round Mountain Cemetery.
Leamon “Lee” Harmon, 75, of Lowell, Arkansas, died Thursday, March 27, 2014 at his home.  He was born April 7,
1938 in Keefton, Oklahoma to Leamon and Eddie Derwene Webb Harmon.  Lee worked in the oil fields throughout
his life beginning at the age of 17.  He enjoyed family adventures, get-togethers, and playing poker and golf.

He was preceded in death by his parents, and by his step-father, Jim McDaniel, who raised him.

He is survived by five children, Rick Harmon and wife Leanna of Lowell, Ark., Ron Harmon and wife Teresa of Santa
Paula, Calif., Leana Smith and husband Steve of Fayetteville, Ark., Leamon Dale Harmon of Bakersfield, Calif.,
Nellie McCulley of Springdale, Ark.; one brother, Curtis McDaniel and wife Linda of Utah; two sisters, Eddie Lee
Patterson and husband Floyd, and Bobbie Socia, all of Santa Paula, Calif.; two half-sisters, Marilyn Matthews and
Caroline Robles both of Tucson, Ariz.; eight grandchildren, Ryan Harmon and wife Nicole, Amanda Harmon, Tara
Harmon, Ronnie Harmon, Amber Read and husband Robert, Tyler Smith, Nicole Vasquez, Hunter McCulley; four
great-grandchildren, Kayleigh Harmon, Jagger Harmon, Ava Bradley, Ashlynn Read; the mother of his children,
Nellie Edmonds of Fayetteville, Ark.; and other special people that shared in his life, Becky Curtis, Ciara Curtis,
Tommy Curtis, Robert Fortenberry, Jasmine Fortenberry and Vonnie Harmon.

Funeral services will be 10 a.m. Thursday, April 3, 2014, at Heritage Funeral Home Chapel followed by interment at
Bluff Cemetery in Springdale.