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Clyde H CANTRELL (VETERAN WWII)

Burnt School House Cemetery
Baxter County,
Arkansas

PRIVATE US Army
World War II
June 7, 1914-June 10, 1989

Son of James & Helen Brewer Cantrell.
Married Spicy Freeman on March 15, 1947, at Yellville, Marion County, Arkansas.
Born at Advance, Baxter County, Arkansas.
Died at Norfork, Baxter County, Arkansas.

The North Arkansas View
May 10, 1989
Clyde H. Cantrell, 75, of Norfork died June 10, at his residence. He was a retired construction laborer and a native of the area.
He was born June 7, 1910, at Advance, the son of Helen (Brewer) and James Cantrell.
On March 15, 1947, he married Spicey Freeman at Yellville. She survives him.
Also surviving are two sons, Earnest Ray Cantrell of Mt. Home and Carl Ray Cantrell of Norfork; four daughters, Helen Jane Shissler of Mt. Home, Linda Faye McClary of Lompac, CA and Willa Jean McClellan and Melba Louise Cain, both of Norfork; a brother Jeff Cantrell of Springdale; nine grandchildren and a great grandchild.
He was preceded in death by his parents, three brothers and two sisters.
Mr. Cantrell was a veteran, having served with the army during World War II.
Services were held June 14, at the Lone Rock Baptist Church with the Rev. Troy Melton officiating.
Pallbearers were Bennie Goforth, Tommy Dickerson, Billy Branscum, Philip Payne, Mike Summerman and David Foster.
Honorary pallbearers were Lewis Bench and Junior Foster.
Burial was in the Burnt Schoolhouse Cemetery with arrangements by Roller Funeral Home.
(From the files of Max Parnell.)

Contributed on 7/1/09 by maxparnell
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Record #: 210131

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Submitted: 7/1/09 • Approved: 7/2/13 • Last Updated: 7/5/13 • R210131-G0-S3

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