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Annie Lil'Bit Haley

Annie “Lil’Bit” Haley, 57, of Pangburn passed away Saturday, November 7th at Advanced Care Hospital in Searcy. Annie was born April 22, 1963 in Hayti, Missouri.

 

Annie was a precious soul. She was generous, kind, and compassionate. A very vibrant light in the lives she touched. Annie love God, and truly cherished children. She often volunteered her time to help others. There is no possible way to know the extent of the lives Annie affected during her lifetime. Annie was a musician, she wrote songs, and poetry. Annie was genuinely loved by all who knew her and will be greatly missed.

 

Left to cherish her memory is her family; thirteen nieces and nephews, Satron Hampton, Sayve’an Hampton, Ja’Savia, Tasha Thomas, Jo L. Green, J.L. Johnson, Janel Hobbs, Laura Cox, Jacob Hale, Caleb Hale, Hanna Hale, Emmah Haynes, and Jubal Hale; six grandchildren, Kelly Cleveland (Leland), Bobby Sue Needham (Shannon), Jack Davis, Melissa Perry (Jason), James Davis (Lara), and Amy Moody (Austin); two lifelong friends, Onie Durden and  Bonnie Hale; and numerous great grandchildren, great-great grandchildren, other family members and other lifelong friends.

 

Annie was preceded in death by her husband, Jim “Blue Dog” Haley; her mother, Lucille Johnson; two brothers, J.L. Johnson, and Glenn Johnson; and one sister.

 

Memorial Services will be at 1:00 PM on Saturday, November 14th at Whitney Lane Assembly of God in Kensett.

 

In Lieu of Flowers the family asks that everyone bring a toy for Christmas for Kids.

 

All Cremation arrangements have been entrusted to Searcy McEuen Funeral Home.

 

www.searcymceuenfuneralhome.com


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Guestbook

Annie was my best friend and roommate when we were at Harding and I considered her a best friend for Life. She would do anything for you. Always had a wonderful smile. Annie gave me my nickname Duck and it follows me today. She always called me by Duck after that day. I cherish the memories of us playing softball together, eating at Burger Barn, hanging out with our best friend and roommate Bonnie, or going to Walmart in a snow storm so she could buy a TV. Annie you have a special place in my heart forever. Rest in peace, you are pain free now. Fly high my Friend.

Donna Stobaugh Nov 13 2020 12:00 AM

I've only known Annie for about 10 years, but she was always a joy to be around. Never saw her without a smile and a lot of times you could tell she wasn't doing well but the smile never disappeared. She will be greatly missed. RIP Annie until i see that smile again!!

Virginia Colbert Nov 13 2020 12:00 AM

I havent known Annie for very long but she sure left a forever imprint in my life. Will miss seeing you at bingo, but will think of you often. Rest now dear friend.

Karen Roberson Nov 13 2020 12:00 AM

I've known Annie a long time she will be missed everything I saw her she had a big smile on her face when I would ask how she was doing she always said not bad

Evelyn Nov 12 2020 12:00 AM

Annie was a true light and considered a member of our family my mom Carolyn Rolland......and Annie were good friends the lived right next to each other on Moore Street and Annie loved my mom like her mom.....we loved her back she always checked on my mom and helped her out more times than I c a n rember.....always fun loving and making memories

jackie lake Nov 11 2020 12:00 AM

Annie was my best friend she would do anything for anybody I loved her like a sister, she will always be in my heart, but I know she is in a better place,fly high my friend til we meet again.

Jane bright Nov 11 2020 12:00 AM

I had the opportunity to work with Annie many years ago. She was such a sweet, and happy soul with the most beautiful smile. I know she will be greatly missed.

Sue Blanton Nov 11 2020 12:00 AM