Charles "Jimmy" Bolling
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Charles "Jimmy" Bolling
Charles "Jerry" G. Bolling, of Van Buren passed away Sunday, April 18, 2021 in a local hospital. He was a retired electronic technician at Trane and Control Technologies, Inc. both in Fort Smith and a Marine veteran who enjoyed golf. He was preceded in death by his father Charles J. Bolling.
He is survived by his wife Deborah of the home; a daughter Theresa Evans and husband Michael of Shreveport, Louisiana; one son Anthony Bolling of Alma; a sister Suzette LePage of California; a brother Danny Bolling of Muskogee; five grandchildren Alanah & Elly Bolling, Jacob Bolling, Tyler Walker and Meagan Evans; his mother Martha Bolling of Van Buren and uncle Les Jenkins of Van Buren.
Arrangements and cremation are under the direction of Ocker Funeral Home in Van Buren. There will be no service at this time.
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Published in Times Record from Apr. 19 to Apr. 20, 2021.
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April 24, 2021
Cousin Jerry lived a full life. He was quite a handful, so to speak, and had the good luck to meet just the right girl to share that life with. They say God works in strange and mysterious ways... and Jerry and Debbie’s life long commitment to each was proof of that. Have fun on “the other side”, cousin, because you certainly made a lasting impression on this one.
Steven Howard Duffy
April 23, 2021
I met Jerry at DSD band, where I once worked with his wife Debbie. Jerry set up all the electrical service for the tooling, machinery, and compressors. Everything was efficient, ergonomic, and smartly done. We were always grateful for his ingenuity and hard work. Rest in peace.
John Davis
April 22, 2021
Jerry was a great friend, for many years! He was a very smart, & talented man!
We are so very sorry for your loss, & pray for peace, & understanding for Debbie, & the entire family.
Scott & Sue Durrenberger
April 21, 2021
Soar high Cousin to the arms of our Lord. Thanks for a lifetime of experiences and great memories growing up and beyond. I celebrate your life as you would want us. Grief is the price we pay for love. I love you Cousin, always. Mary Anne
Mary Mirra Rice
April 19, 2021
Where do I start? Perhaps when he drove our VW down the sidewalk at Northside back in the 70’s or scaring me going so fast in his Datsun Z-whatever with Debbie early in their dating days. Then there were countless camping trips spanning many years. Or leaving Theresa with me when Anthony was born. Walking down their hill through the woods to the mouth of Webber and ALL the way back up that steep hill on the road. That was one long hike. The memories go on and on. Oh yeah he got me my application to Planters where I worked for 30 years. My heart goes out to you at your loss. Prayers, hugs and love to each of you.
Brenda Scharf
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