Obituaries

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Alonzo Cain

Alonzo Cain
Alonzo Cain

Mr. Alonzo Cain was born April 30, 1912 in Booneville, Mississippi in Prentiss County. He was the son of the late Henry Cain & Ida Cain. He was the youngest of 7 children, all of whom preceded him in death.

Most of his life was spent as a self-employed contractor. He enjoyed farming & growing gardens. Mr. Alonzo was united in holy matrimony to Lotie Cain on May 30, 1998. He professed his faith in salvation through Jesus Christ at an early age in the state of Mississippi. He was a member of the Beth Salem Missionary Baptist Church for many years under the administration of Reverend Samuel Turner & reverend Verman Faulkner. He later became a member of the Rising Sun Missionary Baptist Church where he served faithfully until his death.

He departed this life on April 22, 2011 at Methodist Hospital in Memphis, Tennessee. He was preceded in death by 2 brothers, Allen & Coleman Cain; 4 sisters, Elizabeth, Pearlie, Velma & Ruthie Cain. He leaves to cherish his memory a  devoted wife, Lotie Cain; 3 stepsons, Walter Watson, W.C. Watson, Jr., (Annie) & Theodis Watson (Francelle); 4 stepdaughters, Earnestine Campbell, Lillian Jackson, Laverne Watson & Debbie Neal (Harry); 14 stepgrandchildren, 18 step-great grandchildren; special nephews, Willie Burress, Huddie Burress, Leroy Cain & Allen Cain; 2 special nieces, Catherine Garrett, Geneva Cain & a host of other relatives & friends.

Friends & family are invited to post messages & share memories in the guestbook by clicking on his name below. Kincaid Funeral Services, Inc. reserves the right to post entries at their discretion. Most entries will be reviewed within 24 hours (except on holidays). Entries submitted on Friday & Saturday may not be reviewed until the following Monday.



Tandrieka Robinson

"Big Turn"

Tandrieka Robinson was born on February 1, 1987 in Helena to Richard & Georgia Robinson of Marvell. She accepted Christ at an early age and went to be with the Lord on Wednesday, April 12, 2011 at her home in Little Rock.

She was preceded in death by her father, Richard Robinson, Jr. & 1 niece, Tayleur Jefferson. She leaves to mourn her passing Her mother, Georgia Robinson; 4 sisters, Shelly Robinson of Little Rock; Gwendolyn (Anthony) Webb of Conway; Constance Robinson of Little Rock and Teretha (Antwuan) Jefferson of Holly Grove; 5 brothers, Gregory (Marquita) Robinson of Little Rock; Richard Robinson, III of Dallas, TX; Jonathan Robinson of Little Rock; Adrain Robinson of Fort Smith and Kortavius Robinson of Little Rock; 8 nieces, Keyotia, Keyondra, Ashaunta, Victoria, Denayiah, Nashayla, Antwanikqual and Ariel; 7 nephews, Richard, IV; Preston, Gregory, I; Gregory, II; Nigel, Antwuan, Trelan and a host of aunts, uncles, cousins, friends and special friend, Terrance Mills.

Friends & family are invited to post messages & share memories in the guestbook by clicking on her name below. Most entries will be reviewed within 24 hours (except on holidays). Entries submitted on Friday & Saturday may not be reviewed until the following Monday. Kincaid Funeral Services, Inc. reserves the right to post entries at their discretion.

Friends & family are invited to post messages & share memories in the guestbook by clicking on her name below. Most entries will be reviewed within 24 hours (except on holidays). Entries submitted on Friday & Saturday may not be reviewed until the following Monday. Kincaid Funeral Services, Inc. reserves the right to post entries at their discretion.



Charline Parker

Charline
Charline "Lena" Parker
Ms. Charline Parker “Lena” was born in Drew, Mississippi to the union of Charlie and Margaret Parker, who preceded her in death. She confessed her faith in God at an early age at Mt. Mariah Baptist Church in Bobo, Mississippi. Later Ms. Parker moved to Whitmore, Arkansas where she lived until 1972. She moved to Forrest City, Arkansas and joined Bountiful Blessing Church of God In Christ. She worked at East Arkansas Area Agency on Aging until she retired in 1979.

Lena departed this life at Forrest City Medical Center April 12, 2011 at 4:45 P.M. She leaves to mourn her passing

9 children, Mary (Scott) Logan of Wynne, AR; Adolph Parker, Louretta Payne, both of Forrest City, AR; Clark Winfield of Memphis, TN; Derrick (Doral) Parker of DeSoto, MS; Debra (Larry) Slaughter of Forrest City, AR; Linda (Melvin) Brown of Marianna, AR; James Edward Parker of Forrest City, AR; Ann (Frank) Cunningham of Memphis, TN; 27 grandchildren, 39 great grandchildren, 2 great-great grandchildren, 2 sisters, Mandy Parker of Forrest City & Willie Mae Lueller Parker of Chicago, IL; 2 brothers, Johnny Parker of Forrest City, AR; Willie Parker of Chicago, IL and a host of nieces, nephews, family & friends.

Friends and relatives are invited to post messages & share memories in the guestbook by clicking on her name below. Most entries will be reviewed within 24 hours (except on holidays). Entries submitted on Fridsy & Saturday may not be reviewed until the following Monday. Kincaid Funeral Services, Inc. reserves the right to post entries at their discretion.



Bernice Moore

Bernice Moore
Bernice Moore

Missionary Bernice Haywood Moore was born September 12, 1933 to the late Will & Mandy Haywood in Hughes, AR. She confessed Christ at an early age. Bernice united in holy matrimony to Willie B. McIntire. To this union 5 children were born. In 1977 she united in holy matrimony to the late Rev. Earl T. Moore.

Mother Bernice was a devoted member of Beautiful Zion Baptist Church and served in many capacities. Her dedication, gentleness and faithfulness is an inspiration to all who knew her.

She was preceded in death by her husband, Rev. Earl T. Moore; both parents, 5 sisters, 3 brothers, 1 son, Lewis McIntire and a God-Sister, Mother LeBertha Seawood. She leaves to cherish her memory 4 children, Ruthie Malone, Charles McIntire, Larry (Sandrez) McIntire and Toney (Margret) McIntire; 1 God-Brother, Rev. L.T. Mapp; 18 grandchildren, a host of great-grandchildren; special friends, Ms. Daisy, God-daughters Debra Martin, Nikita and Carolyn King; and a host of nieces, nephews and friends.

Friends and relatives are invited to post messages & share memories in the guestbook by clicking on her name below. Most entries will be reviewed within 24 hours (except on holidays). Entries submitted on Friday & Saturday may not be reviewed until the following Monday. Kincaid Funeral Services, Inc. reserves the right to post entries at their discretion.



Matricia Nichols

Matricia Nichols
Matricia Nichols

Matricia Annette Nichols was born October 17, 1973 in Forrest City, Arkansas to Mary and Alvin Nichols. She departed this life on April 8, 2011 in Tulsa, Oklahoma and will truly be missed by many.

Matricia was preceded in death by her parents, Mary & Alvin Nichols and a sister, Cynthia Nichols. She leaves to mourn her passing five children, Vincent Brown, Victor Johnson Jr., Cynthia Renee Brown and Cadijous Brown all of Tulsa, OK; NaKiyah Nicole Johnson of Forrest City; 1 granddaughter, Sha'Kiyah Brown of Tulsa, OK; four brothers, Rufus Nichols, Russell Nichols and Arthur Nichols all of Tulsa, Okla. and Alvin Nichols Jr. of Detroit, Mich.; four sisters, Sharon K. Everetts of Madison, Diann Taylor and Mary Adkins both of Forrest City and Edwina L. Nichols of Tulsa, Okla., a granddaughter and a host of other relatives and friends.

Friends and relatives are invited to post messages & share memories in the guestbook by clicking on her name below. Most entries will be reviewed within 24 hours (except on holidays). Entries submitted on Friday & Saturday may not be reviewed until the following Monday. Kincaid Funeral Services, Inc. reserves the right to post entries at their discretion.



Maggie Rodgers

Maggie Rodgers
Maggie Rodgers

Maggie Rodgers (Mama Maggie) was born August 15, 1908 in Sardis, Mississippi to Henry & Pearl Egerson. She lived her life in Sardis & Oxford, Mississippi; Rochester, New York; Edmonson, Palestine, Madison & Forrest City, Arkansas. She lived in Forrest City from 1994 until her death.

Mama Maggie departed this life April 7, 2011 in Forrest City, Arkansas. She was preceded in death by her husbands, Jerome White, Cecil Lane & Bob Rodgers; 2 sons, Edgar White & Willie James Lane (Buddy); 4 daughters, Ruby Lane, Ollie Mae Coppage, Lillie B. Jackson, Dollie B. Westbrook and all of her siblings. She is survived by 2 sons, J.C. White of Oxford, MS & Robert (Lillie) Lane, Sr. of Forrest City, AR; 35 grandchildren, over 100 great grandchildren, more than 60 great, great grandchildren & over 40 great, great, great grandchildren

Friends and relatives are invited to post messages and share memories in the guestbook by clicking on her name below. Most entries will be reviewed within 24 hours (except on Saturday). Entries submitted on Friday & Saturday may not be reviewed until the following Monday. Kincaid Funeral Services, Inc. reserves the right to post entries at their discretion.



Iola Walker

Iola Walker
Iola Walker

Ms. Iola Walker was born to Mr. Roosevelt and Ms. Vera Walker in Arkansas. Ms. Walker fested hope in Christ at a early age at the Widener Groove M.B. Church. Then she moved to Chicago, Illinois where she lived the remainder of her life. She worked as a Quality Controller for General Electric.

She departed this life April 7, 2011 in Chicago, Illinois. She was preceded in death by both parents, Roosevelt & Vera Walker, one sister, Estella Hines. She leaves to cherish her memory 1 sister, Rosie Walker of Forrest City, AR; 1 brother V.L. Walker of Wynne, AR; 3 nephews, Dedrick Walker, Kore Walker and Douglas Shiner; 1 niece, Debra Shiner; special childhood friend, Ms, Charlene Fertha and a host of relatives & friends.

Friends and family are invited to post messages & share memories in the guestbook by clicking on her name below. All entries will be reviewed within 24 hours (except on holidays). Entries submitted on Friday & Saturday may not be reviewed until the following Monday. Kincaid Funeral Services, Inc. reserves the right to post entries at their discretion.



Lee Wesley, Sr.

Lee Wesley, Sr.
Lee Wesley, Sr.

Lee Ervin Wesley, Sr. was born February 11, 1960 to Barbara Wesley and the late Nathaniel Wesley. He accepted Christ at a young age. Lee was a Deacon and Usher at Mt. Shelby Missionary Baptist Church. He also was a hard working mechanic who was very dedicated to his family. Lee went to be with the Lord April 3, 2011.

He was preceded in death by one daughter, Cammille Lashay Wesley and one sister, Caroline Wesley. He leaves to mourn his passing his loving wife, Mary Lou Wesley of Marvell, Arkansas; seven daughters, Leslie Wesley (J.R.), Deborah Wesley (Richard) and Sheronda Wesley of Dallas, Texas; Moneak Frazier and one son-in-law, Jerry Frazier, Sr.; Casandra Wesley, Amanda Wesley and one son, Lee Ervin Wesley, Jr., all of Marvell, Arkansas; his mother, Barbara Wesley of Marvell, Arkansas; seven sisters, Patricia (Billy) Carthin of Tacoma, Washington; Tissue Hooker, Earma Wesley and Brenda (Jimmy) Robinson, all of Marvell, Arkansas; Leslie Swanigan of Marion, Arkansas; Katie (Darius) Carruth and Annie Wesley of Dallas, Texas; Helen Love of Detroit, Michigan; Three brothers, Robert Wesley of Detroit, Michigan; Donny Page of West Memphis, Arkansas and Jerome (Toya) Swanigan of Missouri; two grandkids and a host of other relatives and close friends.

Friends and family are invited to post messages and share memories in the guestbook. All entries will be reviewed within 24 hours (except on holidays). Entries submitted on Friday & Saturday may not be reviewed until the following Monday. Kincaid Funeral Services, Inc. reserves the right to post entries at their discretion

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