Annette and family,
We were so sorry to hear about your father when we returned from a two week trip this weekend. Your father was a very nice person and I know he will be missed.
Our thoughts and prayers are with you,
Lynda Childers Suffridge and Mrs. Jim Childers
63 years have pasted since we gathered at Haynes and Helen's home just before our wedding in Little Rock. Fond memories of that day plus a lifetime of wonderful memories cross our mind as we learn of Haynes passing. Ours mothers being sisters brought us together but our friendship bonded us for life. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family.
Delma & Polly
During my 27 years at the Arlington, I enjoyed the friendship of Mr. Acord. The funeral yesterday was a wonderful tribute to him. It was nice to meet each of you there.
The notice of Bob's passing brought a flood of memories to mind. I remember him most for finding the engagement ring for my wife of 51 years now. At the time he made the purchase I had never met him but I trusted him because of you. Helen, you were the finest employee of the hundreds that I have had in my career. You and Joann Crow taught a green kid, new to Kroger, so much that has lasted for so long. The loss of Bob is painful, but knowing he is with the Father and no longer subject to worry or pain should be of comfort. You have so may friends, please allow them to share the grief walk with you during the recovery. If ever back in Arkansas it would by our pleasure to treat you to dinner. Please call [501-753-7760] if I can be of assistance. You and your family are in our prayers.
To the entire Family: I am Gordon Green. Haynes, Theo and Mary Louise & I were Kids together, back in the great depression of the 30's. We had lots of good times going to church in the Sand Hills, then going home and my mother would have Orval & I catch 3 or 4 frying size chickens, prepare them for the skillet, then we could play until the meal was ready. This seems so long ago. I know Haaynes will be missed very much. I am sorry I lost track of him and the family as a whole. In reading the obit I think Mary Louise is the only one of the children that is left that I would know, but will keep the entire family in my prayers.