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Marie Nagel

79, Cabot, Arkansas
July 8, 1935 - January 30, 2015

William Bates

31, Perryville, Arkansas
August 9, 1983 - January 29, 2015

Alfred Arthur Smith

56, Bald Knob, Arkansas
July 18, 1958 - January 29, 2015

James Gannaway

93, Little Rock, Arkansas
January 15, 1922 - January 28, 2015

Helen Stroupe Dombek

92, Morrilton, Arkansas
March 21, 1922 - January 28, 2015

Dennis Burbank

76, Cabot, Arkansas
January 27, 1939 - January 28, 2015

Sharon Morrison

67, Benton, Arkansas
August 4, 1947 - January 28, 2015

Arl Cope

Cabot, Arkansas
January 27, 2015

Johnnie Weeks

78, Little Rock, Arkansas
November 23, 1936 - January 27, 2015

Jessie Oleta McBride

93, Carlisle, Arkansas
February 2, 1921 - January 27, 2015

Linda Meeks

65, Little Rock, Arkansas
September 17, 1949 - January 27, 2015

Georgia Mae Russenberger-Fiser

88, Little Rock, Arkansas
November 25, 1926 - January 27, 2015

Sarah Britt

68, Cabot, Arkansas
July 4, 1946 - January 26, 2015

Garland Eugene Simpson, Jr.

71, Morrilton, Arkansas
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Mary Maureen Brown

83, Jacksonville, Arkansas
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Linda Lee Scolaro

74, Jacksonville, Arkansas
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Cecil Frank Charlton

60, Cabot, Arkansas
July 26, 1951 - January 26, 2015

Robert Gee Denman

86, Little Rock, Arkansas
January 26, 2015

Jerry Clayton Singleton, Jr.

50, Alexander, Arkansas
March 2, 1964 - January 26, 2015

Gladys M. Garrett

83, Bryant, Arkansas
January 26, 2015

William F. Barnett, Sr.

89, Little Rock, Arkansas
November 5, 1925 - January 26, 2015

Tommy G. Howell

70, Greenbrier, Arkansas
February 23, 1944 - January 26, 2015

Robertus Ann Adams

80, Little Rock, Arkansas
December 28, 1934 - January 26, 2015

Orvil Cleo Trammell

76, Little Rock, Arkansas
July 14, 1938 - January 26, 2015

John Aubrey Medley

59, Little Rock, Arkansas
October 4, 1955 - January 26, 2015

Mildred Magdeline Fritsche

90, Little Rock, Arkansas
November 13, 1924 - January 26, 2015

Hannah Verlene Battershell

73, Little Rock, Arkansas
March 23, 1941 - January 26, 2015

Dorothy Irene Sisson

94, Morrilton, Arkansas
February 9, 1920 - January 26, 2015

Ethan Alexander Shoffner

18, Searcy, Arkansas
August 20, 1996 - January 26, 2015

James Everett MATTHEWS

94, Little Rock, Arkansas
October 5, 1920 - January 26, 2015

Doris Moreland Gates

93, Little Rock, Arkansas
October 15, 1921 - January 26, 2015

Wanda Hughes

86, Conway, Arkansas
September 20, 1928 - January 26, 2015

Larry Gene Simpson, Sr.

61, Jacksonville, Arkansas
December 2, 1953 - January 25, 2015

Marilyn Lucille Cox

Benton, Arkansas
January 25, 2015

Joseph J. Horton II

78, Conway, Arkansas
November 7, 1936 - January 25, 2015

Jerry Rhineheart

68, Little Rock, Arkansas
August 24, 1946 - January 25, 2015

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79, Cabot, Arkansas
April 25, 1935 - January 25, 2015

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79, Roland, Arkansas
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Andrew Fischer (2015)

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Arthur L. Alarcon, 89 (1925 - 2015)

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Zhelyu Zhelev, 79 (1935 - 2015)

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Jeno Buzanszky, 89 (1925 - 2015)

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Rod McKuen, 81 (1933 - 2015)

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Charles H. Townes, 99 (1915 - 2015)

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Stig Bergling (2015)

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Colleen McCullough , 77 (1937 - 2015)

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Dr. Stanley Aronson (2015)

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Kel Nagle, 94 (1920 - 2015)

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John Myers, 87 (1927 - 2015)

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Luke Martin, Jr. (2015)

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David Landau (2015)

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R. K. Laxman, 93 (1921 - 2015)

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Bill Monbouquette, 78 (1936 - 2015)

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Maria Cerra Tishman, 96 (1918 - 2015)

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Demis Roussos, 68 (1946 - 2015)

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Rev. Richard McBrien, 78 (1936 - 2015)

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Joe Franklin, 88 (1926 - 2015)

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Toller Cranston , 65 (1949 - 2015)

Toller  Cranston By The Associated Press, The Associated PressToller Cranston, a bronze medalist at the 1974 world championships and 1976 Olympics, died at his home in Mexico, Skate Canada said Saturday.He was 65.Cranston, a six-time Canadian senior men's champion, was known for his dramatic showmanship on the ice. Cranston was born in Hamilton, Ontario, and grew up in Kirkland Lake, Ontario, and Montreal before settling in Mexico once his skating days were done.Cranston won national titles from 1971 to '76 and...

Johan Martin Ferner, 87 (1927 - 2015)

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Edgar Froese, 70 (1944 - 2015)

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