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Buford G. Sturgill, 82, went home to be with the Lord on Saturday, October 16, 2021 at his residence. He was a devoted husband, dad and paw to his grandchildren. He dedicated his life to serving the people of Wise County and beyond. Buford was truly a people person.


Our many thanks to Dr. Capalad his devoted friend and doctor for many years; Dr. Ashley Bevins, Norton Community Home Health and Ballad Hospice for all the care and love you showed him through his illness.


Bonnie Rivenbark Robinson, 74, of Rose Hill left this earthly life for her eternal rest on Wednesday evening, January 11, 2023 surrounded by her loving family. She was born December 15, 1948 in Wilmington, NC; the daughter of Inez Lanier Rivenbark and the late Derwood Hayes Rivenbark. Bonnie was also preceded in death by her brother, Dean Hayes Rivenbark. She grew up at Island Creek Baptist Church and later became a member of Mt Zion Presbyterian Church. Surviving in addition to her mother, is her devoted husband of 53 years and high school sweetheart, Mitchell "Mitch" Robinson of the home; daughter, Kelly Robinson Thomas and husband, Bryan of Wilmington; son, Jonathan Trent Robinson of Raleigh; grandchildren, Banks Christopher Thomas, Jacks Mitchell Thomas, Sophia Noelle Robinson and Luke Charles Robinson; brother, Greg Rivenbark and wife, Jennifer of Wallace; sister-in-law, Jo Ann Rivenbark of Surf City; numerous nieces, nephews, cousins, aunts, uncles extended and friends that loved Bonnie dearly. Bonnie was a loving wife and caring daughter, mother, grandmother and sister. She enjoyed the simple things of life, but her greatest joy was family. Bonnie was known as "Nonna" by her grandchildren and they were the apples of her eye. During her career as a paralegal, she worked with distinguished local attorneys and was regarded as a leader in her field. Prior to retirement, Bonnie was appointed and served as the Public Administrator of Duplin County. Bonnie acquired numerous friends that she has met along life's journey. She loved and was loved by all. Bonnie enjoyed vacationing with the "Golden Girls", (her high school classmates) throughout the years and dining out with family and friends. Bonnie had a very special relationship with her mother. They were more than mother-daughter, they were best friends. Bonnie will surely be missed but treasured memories will remain in the hearts of all who knew and loved her. A gathering of family and friends was held at 11:00 a.m. on Saturday, January 14, 2023, at Quinn-McGowen Funeral Home in Wallace. The family would like to thank Bonnie's caregivers form Vidant Home Health & Hospice for their loving and tender care. In lieu of flowers, memorial gifts may be sent to Vidant Home Health & Hospice - Kenansville, 750 S Kenansville Bypass - Kenansville, NC 28349. You may share your memories and send condolences to Bonnie's family at www.quinnmcgowen.com. Quinn-McGowen Funeral Home of Wallace, NC


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Cotsy Ella Rhea Chenault, 90, passed into God's arms on November 7, 2011. She was born on September 24, 1921 to the late Austin and Melissa Tinkle Rhea in the community of Kentucky near Benton, Arkansas.In addition to her parents, Cotsy was predeceased by five brothers and two sisters. Cotsy is survived by her loving and devoted husband of 69 years, Harry K. Chenault, Sr.; her children, Pamela Chenault Robinson of Little Rock and Maj. Harry Keatts Chenault, Jr. of McDill Air Force Base, Tampa, Florida; grandchildren, Tamera Harris and husband, Stan of San Antonio, Texas and Jeffrey Todd McLane and wife, Angela of Colorado Springs, Colorado; great-grandchildren, James Ryan Griffin and Joshua Thomas Griffin of San Antonio, Elisabeth Cotsy McLane and Jack Thomas McLane of Colorado Springs; great-great-grandson, Tristan Flores-Griffin of San Antonio; sisters, Jewel McMonagle of New Brockton, Alabama and Virginia Smith of Cabot, Arkansas; and numerous nieces and nephews.Cotsy met the love of her life, Harry, when she was 16. Harry told her at that meeting that he was going to marry her. Five years later in 1942, Cotsy and Harry married at the Chenault Family Chapel after Harry received his wings in the Army Air Corps. Cotsy was a stay-at-home mother and was involved in many of her children's activities. She was a devoted Christian and was very active at St. Paul United Methodist Church and then at St. James United Methodist Church. She served on the board of the Methodist Children's Home in Little Rock and was the first female Chairman of the Board. Cotsy was very active in The Twentieth Century Club and served as President in 1972.Harry and Cotsy took up golf in the 1950's. It became a favorite hobby. In 1971, Cotsy won the Ladies' Golf Championship at Pleasant Valley Country Club. She also enjoyed sewing, working in her garden and playing bridge. Cotsy found her calling when she decided to sell real estate. She had planned to work only two years but that turned into a 32 year career. She was top agent many times over and was awarded the SMEA numerous times. Cotsy was known for selling many of Little Rock's finer homes, but whether she was selling a very expensive home or a small bungalow, she treated each buyer and seller with great dignity and respect.We would like to give a very special thank you to her wonderful caregivers of many years: Melody Randle-Griffin, Eartha Coleman, Tanita Scott, Opal McCoy, Juanita Brown, Juvita Armstrong and Betty Amos. We would also thank Arkansas Hospice and especially Vicky McElrath, R.N. She treated Cotsy with great tenderness.Visitation will be Thursday evening from 6-8 p.m. at Little Rock Funeral Home, 8801 Knoedl Ct. (NW corner I-630 and Barrow Rd.). Services will be held on Friday, November 11 at 10 a.m. at St. James United Methodist Church, 321 Pleasant Valley Dr., officiated by Rev. Siegfried Johnson and Rev. Jack Wilson. Pallbearers will be Todd McLane, Ryan Griffin, Joshua Griffin, Stan Harris, Jesse James and Ellis James.A reception at the church will follow the service. Interment will take place at 1 p.m., Friday at Forest Hills Memorial Park in Alexander. Memorials may be made to St. James United Methodist Church or to Alzheimer's Arkansas, 10411 W. Markham, Little Rock, Ark. 72205. Arrangements by Little Rock Funeral Home, (501) 224-2200. Cotsy's online guestbook may be signed at www.littlerockfuneralhome.com.


97, of Springfield, Ohio went to be with her Lord on Thursday, July 13, 2017. She was born on December 23, 1919 the daughter of the late Robert & Nettie (Flory) Artz. She was a hard working farmer's wife who managed and milked a large dairy herd while raising her family. She loved her flowers and gardening and was very talented painting ceramics and porcelain pieces for her friends and family. Thelma was a devoted wife, mother and grandmother who lived her life doing for others. She was a member of the Springfield First Church of the Nazarene. She was also a member of the Northwestern Garden Club who were very active in the community and still meet after more than fifty years. Survivors include three daughters, Donna (Talmadge) Wilson, Beverly (Harry) Elliott, Sandy (Richard) Rutledge; nine grandchildren, Debbie (Noel) Coy, Douglas (La Tonna) Wilson, Kimberly (Todd) Houseman, Karen (Patrick) Kleis, Todd (Crissy) Elliott, Michael (Shannon) Elliott, Richard Rutledge, Amy (Marcel) Robinson, Shaun (Karen) Rutledge; thirteen great grandchildren, Cory (Traci), Jensen & Alainey Kleis, Hunter & Haley Houseman, Hannah & Brandon Elliott, Katie, Charlie, Claire Rutledge, Vanessa & Kameron Robinson, Kennedy Rutledge; two sisters, Vinnie Whitman & Esther (Lowell) Sinclair; sister-in-law, Kay Artz; numerous other relatives and friends. Thelma was preceded in death by her beloved husband of 61 years, Charles. Also preceding were her parents; five sisters, Ruby, Ina, Anna, Elizabeth & Rachael; four brothers,Alvin, Marvin, Samuel & Thomas. Visitation will be 2-5 PM Sunday, July 16, 2017 at the TROSTEL, CHAPMAN, DUNBAR & FRALEY FUNERAL HOME, New Carlisle, Ohio. Funeral services will be 11 AM Monday in the funeral home with Rev. Keith Sarver officiating. Burial will be in New Carlisle Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to the Springfield First Church of Nazarene Memorial Fund. Thelma will be remembered for her loving giving spirit and her compassion for others. She will be sadly missed by all who knew and loved her.


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