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Weir Cemetery
Saturday March 14th, 2020
6:00pm - 8:00pm

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Lloyd C Crockett

Lloyd Crockett, 97, of Rose Bud was a WWII Navy Veteran passed into Heaven, Friday, March 13, 2020. He was born October 12, 1922 in Rose Bud, Arkansas to the late Leonard and Janie (Johnson) Crockett.

He was a member of Mt. Bethel FWB Church. He was retired from International Shoe Factory and White County Hospital.

Left to cherish his memory is his children, one son, David Crockett (Virginia); one daughter, Janice Burlison (Jerry); grandchildren, Jared Burlison (Lisa), Shane Crockett (Bridget), Jill LaRosa (Tony), Tina Freeman (Brian), Alex and Christopher Burlison, Magen Cornelison (Hunter), Lyla and Finn Freeman, Julia and Michael LaRosa, and Liam Cornelison, and Ava Crockett.

In addition to his parents, Lloyd was preceded in death by his wife, Wilma Cranford Crockett: one grandson, Justin Burlison; one brother, Dayton Crockett: and one sister, Gladys Thomas.

Visitation will be from 6:00-8:00 PM Saturday, March 14th at Searcy McEuen Funeral Home.

Funeral services will be 2:00 PM at Mt. Bethel Freewill Baptist Church with burial following at Mt. Bethel Cemetery.

 

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Mr. Lloyd was my favorite resident at Harding Place when I worked there through Home Instead! He was so cheerful and fun to be around. Every day he would ask me if I didnt live up on Joy Mountain. Every day I told him yes and who I was. I am so sorry to hear of his death and the family are in my prayers for your loss. God Bless you All!!!

Wanda Jones Apr 2 2020 12:00 AM

Ive know Lloyd and Wilma since I was 15 years old. Lloyd and my mon worked at the shoe factory together. My mon was in poor health and the kindness he showed to her I will never forget. Thank God for people like him in this world. I also enjoyed many years of visiting with him when he came into the Laboratory. He did any job he had to the very best. I know his family will miss him. Special man. Our prayers Keith and Brenda Latimer Maddock.

Brenda Latimer Maddock Mar 15 2020 12:00 AM