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Flora Mae Daves Beene Depner, 85, of Conway, passed on to be with her heavenly father on Sept. 15, 2014. She was born March 31, 1929, in Quail, Texas. Flo was of the Church of Christ faith and was a member of the HWY 65 Church of Christ where she was very active and involved. She retired from the Int'l Shoe Factory at Conway and again later retired from Kimberly Clark (Conway Mills) as micro lab technician following 21 years of service. In her leisure time, Flo enjoyed doing ceramics, painting, working in the garden, traveling and being with her friends and family. She loved flowers and her favorite color was purple. Her most cherished possession was her Bible. Flo loved and enjoyed her family very much. She was a joyous person, full of laughter and never met a stranger. Her happiness was spoken in her own words, as she would say to others "The sun is shining and the birds are singing." She was deeply loved and will be greatly missed. She is survived by her daughter, Kay Kitchens (Matt) of Maumelle, Ark.; and her son, Gary Lynn Beene of Paris, Tenn.; two granddaughters of Little Rock, Ark., Wendy (Shane) Warbington and Carey Webb; three great-granddaughters, Mykaela (Jacob) Glose, Lauren (Truman) Falkner of Kansas City, Mo., and Emilee Stafford of North Little Rock, Ark.; one great-grandson, Cade Warbington of Little Rock, Ark.; and one great, great, granddaughter, Perpetua Falkner of Kansas City, Mo. She is also survived by four sisters, Mary Evelyn Finch of Roland, Ark., Imogene Leslie (Willard) of Wichita, Kan., Marie Vaughn (Joe) of Clarksville, Ark., and Monica Bush (Gene) of Gassville, Ark.; one brother, Jerry Daves (Lynn) of Springhill, Ark.; one sister-in-law, Gloria Daves of Vilonia; as well as numerous nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her husband, Gilbert Depner; her father and mother, Ewell and Anice Daves; brothers, Eulas Daves, Robert Daves (Mae), Tommy Daves, and Eddie Daves; and sister, Patricia Chamblee (Sonny). Funeral services will be held at 1 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 20, 2014, at Roller-McNutt Funeral Home in Conway, with Bro. Bruce Reeves officiating. Visitation will be held from 6-8 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 19, 2014, at the funeral home. Interment will follow the funeral service at Crestlawn Memorial Park. Online guest book: www.rollerfuneralhomes.com
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David Allgeyer was born Oct. 31, 1927, in St. Louis, Mo. He passed away Sept. 14, 2014. He was preceded in death by his parents, Charles Paul and Sidney Elizabeth (Freesmeier) Allgeyer; brother, Paul; and sister, Betty. He is survived by his wife; three children, David, Judy, and Janet (Hart); and three grandchildren, Lesslie, Jennifer, and Jonathan Hart. David entered the Navy Air Corp. immediately upon graduating from high school in WWII, and was discharged and returned to St. Louis in 1946. In 1948, he married his high school sweetheart, Marianne Schmidt, with whom he shared a wonderful happy marriage for over 60 years until the time of his death. He attended Washington University night school while working in the Eng. Dept. of Anheuser-Busch, and received a Certificate of Architecture in 1954. In 1960, he left A-B Inc. and became Chief Engineer of a new refrigerated equipment manufacturing plant in Conway. In 1969, he became it's VP of Operations. David led a full and enjoyable life and remained exceptionally healthy and physically fit well into his 80s. He loved his job and all the fine people he worked and associated with over the years, and served on the Board of Directors of the Conway Country Club. He and Marianne both loved the good music of their generation, and after retirement, he also enjoyed writing, including a book, "The Tip of the Island," which served as a historic guide to lower Manhattan Island, where his company's corporate office was located on Wall Street. David enjoyed his work, and just having a wonderful, happy, and healthy wife and family, and relatives and friends were far more important…so he always considered himself lucky, and his life was as good as it gets! Memorial mass will be held 10 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 27, 2014, at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Conway. www.arkansasfuneralcare.com
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Lawrence Edward Mobley (Larry) was born Feb. 22, 1926, and passed away at Parkway Village on Monday, Sept. 15, 2014. Born in Traskwood, Ark., Lawrence was the son of the late Alma Elmore and William Lawrence Mobley. A long-time resident of Little Rock, Lawrence graduated from Little Rock High School in 1944. After graduation, he entered the United States Air Corps and served for two years. He then enlisted in the Reserves until he was honorably discharged in 1952. He attended Hendrix College where he lettered in basketball and tennis, graduating in three years with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Business and Education in 1949. After graduating from Hendrix, Lawrence was named the boys' basketball coach at Conway High School where he coached for four years. After coaching at Conway High School, he purchased and operated the Hendrix College Bookstore and completed work on his Master's Degree in Education at the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville. He returned to coaching at Little Rock Central High School where he served as head boys' basketball coach and assistant football coach. In four years, his team earned two state runner-up honors and a State Championship. In 1956, he was named the first High School All Star Basketball Coach for the East team. In 1960, he returned to his college Alma Mater and became the Warriors basketball coach for three years. He was inducted into the Hendrix Sports Hall of Honor in 2005. Mobley left Hendrix to begin a long successful banking career at First National Bank and Worthen Bank in Little Rock. While in banking, he earned degrees from the Bank of Public Relations and Marketing School at Northwestern University and the SMU Graduate School of Banking. After his retirement from banking, he established I-Commerce Independent Business. For over a decade, he served as the General Partner of Wilson Farm Properties and developed the City Center in Greenbrier. More recently, he sold commercial real estate for Rector Phillips Morse. As a community volunteer, Lawrence served on various boards. He was active on the Goodwill Industries of Arkansas Board for several decades having served as President. Recently as an Emeritus Board Member, a scholarship was named in his honor for his long standing commitment of 35 years to this organization. As an active member of Pulaski Heights United Methodist Church, Lawrence served on the Board of Stewards and was involved with the Cancer Friends Support Group. He is survived by his wife, Freda Lou Wilson Mobley; two daughters, Jane M. Turney (Dr. Howard M. Turney) of Little Rock and their son, Howard "Bo" Moose Turney, Jr. of Hampden-Sydney, Va.; and Joy L. Williams (Grady L. Williams) of Conway, their children, Shannon L. Williams (Will) of Osage Beach, Mo., and Keith L. Williams (Ashley), and grandchildren, Conner and Lindsey Williams, all of Conway; and two brothers, William Lloyd Mobley of Little Rock, and Danny Lee Mobley (Mary) of Benton. He was preceded in death by a daughter, JeJo Mobley. In addition to his family, he leaves behind many friends and colleagues. He never met a stranger and had a strong willingness to help "coach" others. His quick humor and sweet demeanor will be remembered. The family would like to acknowledge the wonderful care given by the staff at Parkway Village Health Care Center and Baptist Health Hospice. A Memorial Service will be held at 3 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 17, 2014, at Pulaski Heights United Methodist Church, 4823 Woodlawn, followed by a reception in Wesley Hall. Memorials may be made to the JeJo Mobley Endowment Fund at PHUMC Foundation, the Goodwill Industries Lawrence E. Mobley Scholarship Fund, or AA Central Office. Arrangements by Little Rock Funeral Home, 8801 Knoedl Ct., Little Rock, 501-224-2200. Mr. Mobley's online guest book may be signed at www.littlerockfuneralhome.com.
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Bob Freyaldenhoven, 71, of Conway, went to be with the Lord, Monday, Sept. 15, 2014. He was born March 18, 1943, in Conway, to the late Daniel Paul Freyaldenhoven and Rose (Andrews) Freyaldenhoven. Bob was also preceded in death by one brother, Dan Jr. Bob was co-founder of Freyaldenhoven Heating and Cooling. He enjoyed his retirement playing golf, fishing, hunting, cooking, and gathering pecans for family and friends. Bob loved spending time with his children, grand-children, brothers and sisters. Bob is survived by his loving wife, Sharon, who he was anticipating dancing with on their 50th anniversary in November; his children, Scott Freyaldenhoven (Beth) and Kellie Yates (Darrell); brothers, Buck (Judy), Larry (Brenda), and David (Deb); sisters, Dorothy Miller, Rosemary Paladino (Frank), and Martha Nash (Greg); sister-in-law, Shirley Freyaldenhoven; and grand-children, Bailey, Clay and Ty Freyaldenhoven, Robin and Reagan Hamilton, and MacKenzie and Madison Yates. Rosary will be held at 6 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 17, 2014, with visitation following at 7 p.m. at St. Joseph Catholic Church. Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 10 a.m. Thursday at St. Joseph Catholic Church, with Father Robert Cigainero serving as Celebrant. Burial will follow at Crestlawn Memorial Park. Serving as pallbearers will be Roger Freyaldenhoven, Mark Paladino, John Freyaldenhoven, Colbey Nash, Nathan Sanders, Todd Smithhart, and Rusty Miller. Honorary pallbearers will be Richard Freyaldenhoven, Robert Miller, Allen Paladino, Michael Paladino, Jay Nash, Ryan Nash, and Sam Freyaldenhoven. Online guest book: www.rollerfuneralhomes.com
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