Candy Jones

Candy Morgan Jones of Conway went to her heavenly home on Thursday May 2, 2019, at 57 years old after a long, courageous battle with cancer. Candy was born in Pine Bluff, AR, on July 10, 1961, to Howard and Robbie Morgan. She graduated from Parkview High School in 1979 and obtained a degree in Business Administration from University of Arkansas at Little Rock. She was an active member of Antioch Baptist Church of Conway.

Candy is survived by her husband, of 22 years, Dr. Arch Jones; mother, Robbie VonTungeln Morgan, of Conway; daughter, Caitlin Church, of Conway; son, Archie Jones, of Conway; granddaughters, Jones Anne and Candy Grace, of Conway; nieces, Jordan Summers (Marty), of Conway, and Jessie Hogan (Lee), of Conway; mother-in-law, Artie Jones; sister-in-law Amy Jones; great nieces and nephews, Morgan Summers, Ainsleigh Hogan, Gavin Summers, Ty Hogan and a host of uncles, aunt, and cousins.

She is preceded in death by her father, Howard Morgan; brother, Bubba Morgan; paternal grandparents Howard and Myrtle Morgan; maternal grandparents George and Mabel VonTungeln; Father-in-law, Arch Jones Sr., and sister-in-law, Anne Jones.

Candy’s number-one passion in her life was her family. She was happiest when everyone was all together having a swim party in her backyard, or in Florida for a family reunion. Her face would light up any time she had the chance to brag about her children and took much pride in both her Morgan and VonTungeln heritage. She was proud of her background and never missed an opportunity to share that.

Number two on her list of passions was her work. She owned her own grant administration consulting business, CMS Consulting, for over 20 years. She spent her days and years traveling the state of Arkansas securing and administering grants that would help improve the quality of life in the towns she had grown to love. Most recently, she found her dream job with the City of Conway as Grant Administrator. While only there for a couple of years, she strived to serve her community with passion and met co- workers who immediately became more like family to her.

The family would like to thank Dr. Lawrence Mendelsohn, Dr. Lance Burns, Dr. David Naylor and the many doctors and nurses of CARTI, Baptist Health Medical Center, and CHI St. Vincent for the extraordinary care they provided throughout her entire journey.

Visitation will be 4-6pm on Sunday May 5, at Antioch Baptist Church. Funeral services will be held at 12:00pm on Monday, May 6 at Antioch Baptist Church. Interment will follow at Crestlawn Memorial Park Mausoleum.

Pallbearers are Marty Summers, Lee Hogan, Larry Morgan, Noel Watkins, Kirby McGill, and Darrell Walsh. Honorary pallbearers are her “MOs Crew” work family; Jamie Brice, Felicia Rogers, and Kiera Oluokun. Online Guestbook available at .

Jessie W. Wright

Mr. Jessie W. Wright, 74, of Pine Bluff, Ar., passed away April 25, 2019 at J.R.M.C. Service by Perry Funeral Home.

Odelton Johnson

Mr. Odelton “Delta” Johnson, Sr. 79, of White Hall, Ark., passed April 30, 2019. He was born February 10, 1940 to the late John and Laura Mason Johnson in Watson, Arkansas.

Delta was an avid Hunter and Fisherman and spent most of his adult life in Gould, Ar. He worked 44 years with heavy equipment in construction. He was married to Deloris Robinson with 10 children born to this union. Delta was preceded in death by his parents, one daughter, Janice M. Johnson; one son, Odelton “Delta” Johnson, Jr.

He leaves to cherish his memories, five sons; Johnny (Beatrice) Johnson, Arthur Lee Johnson, Maurice Johnson, Jessie (Ruthie) Johnson, Howard Johnson, three daughters; Onie Taylor, Christine Johnson, Verlene Johnson-Donson, three sisters; two brothers; 45 grandchildren, and numerous great-grandchildren, a host of nieces, nephews and others family members.

His visitation will be Sunday May 5, 2019 from 5:00-6:00 p.m. at Perry Funeral Home Chapel. Service by Perry Funeral Home.

Henry May

Henry May, age 68, of Pine Bluff, AR died Thursday, May 2nd at his home. He was born December 20, 1950 in San Antonio, TX a son of the late Lewis May and Eleanor Beich May. He was owner and operator of J and H Drywall, a United States Army veteran and a graduate of Seaside High School in California. Henry was preceded by his wife Patricia Ann May whom he married May 28th, 1970 and she died November 18th, 2005, a daughter Melissa May Brown and a brother Albert May also proceeded him in death.

He is survived by a son, Jamie May and Spouse Rebecca, Hot Springs, AR, daughters Erin Bond and spouse Charles, Benton, AR, and Holly Katayama and spouse Mitchell, Little Rock, AR. Brother Mike May and spouse Cindy, Warren, AR, Sisters, Rose Gavin, Rye, AR and Alicia Prewitt and spouse Bryan, Conway, AR. 11 grandchildren. Aunt Sigrid Beich, Warren, AR and uncle Uwe Beich, Warren, AR. Son in law Joel Brown, Pine Bluff, AR.

A private memorial service is planned in the future. Arrangements by Frazer’s Funeral Home. Online guestbook .

Bobby Joe Daniels

Bobby Joe “Bob” Daniels, 65, of North Little Rock, Arkansas passed April 24, 2019. Funeral service will be held 1 p.m., Saturday, May 4, 2019, at Christian Way Funeral Home Chapel. .