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Mary Beth Jackson

Mary Beth Jackson, died of Pulmonary Fibrosis Tuesday at CHI St. Vincent Infirmary in

Little Rock. She was 62 years old.


Mrs. Jackson, who had enjoyed robust good health nearly all her life, began being

treated for Pulmonary Fibrosis in early February while continuing to enjoy her family

and friends.


She was only 30, when she was elected as the White County Corner while owning the

Ambulance Service in Searcy and teaching EMT courses at Foothills Vocational

Technical School. Her giving heart of always helping others was apparent in her years of

healthcare service.


Beth had a servant’s heart always putting others needs before her own and most

especially her children and grandchildren who always came first. She loved her family

and her friends – she was a devoted mother and grandmother and a loyal friend.

Mary Beth Jackson was born on April 2, 1958, in Searcy, Arkansas, to William Lloyd

Marsh and Callie Martindill.


Mrs. Jackson is survived by her son, Jason Hickey; a daughter, Nicole Zentz; her sister,

Sandra Kay Treat Palmer (Steve), and five granddaughters, Ivorie Hickey, Jaylynn

Hickey, Amber Zentz, Carlie Zentz, Tessah Hickey, and two great grandchildren, Atlas

Blanton and Aries C. Blagg.

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I was so sad to hear of Beth's passing. We grew up together and spent many days a kids riding old Charlie, Beth's horse. We became lifelong friends at a very young age. Later in life we worked together selling Saladmaster cookware. I will always remember our times together. I send my love to Kay and all of the family that were too young to remember me. Big (((hugs))) and much love.

Renee Hogan Blythe Jul 2 2020 12:00 AM

We are saddened to hear about Mary Beth..Lyn & I send our love & prayers to the family. Prayers from the Junior & Della Davis family..

Lyn & Sherry (Rascoe) Davis Jul 2 2020 12:00 AM