Mary-King-Obituary

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Mary Culbreath King

Hunter, Arkansas

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BOB NEAL & SONS FUNERAL HOME Obituary

The journey in this life for Mary Alice began on December 15, 1939 in the community of Hunter, Arkansas. Born at the family home, she was the lastborn child of Jesse and Edith (Hunt) Cary. She received early education in the Hunter School and later became a 1957 graduate of Brinkley High...

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So sorry for your loss, prayers for your family.

Billy Dale we are so sorry to hear about your mother,may GOD give you peace at this time. Mike and Catherine Burrow

So sorry for your loss. We are praying for you and your family

So sorry for the loss of your loved one. Your family is in our thoughts and prayers.

Mary Alice has been my sweet neighbor for the last 8 years. I will certainly miss her. My condolences to the family.

I really got to know Mary Alice on an O.E.S. bus trip where I found out how much she love to have fun and joke around. I knew she would fit in with my 2012 Grand Family and of course I was delighted when she agreed to be one of my Grand Officers. I will miss our long phone conversations and everything else about this sweet, sweet compassionate lady. She was very proud of her sons and loved them dearly, she was quick to bring them into her conversations giving them and their families all kinds...

Mary Alice was such an incredible person to be around. She brought joy wherever she was. We will miss her.

Mary Alice was such a wonderful lady. We were Grand Officers in Eastern Star together in 2012 and her smile and laughter will be greatly missed. Work does not allow us to attend but wanted to send our condolences to your family. David and Leisha Rawls

Mary Alice was a sweet sweet lady and she will be greatly missed by all who knew her. JD and I are praying for comfort for the family.