IVENS  (VETERAN WWII), HARLIN D. - Baxter County, Arkansas | HARLIN D. IVENS  (VETERAN WWII) - Arkansas Gravestone Photos

Harlin D. IVENS (VETERAN WWII)

Burnt School House Cemetery
Baxter County,
Arkansas

PRIVATE FIRST CLASS US Army
World War II
July 25, 1924 - September 27, 1979

*Obituary
The Baxter Bulletin
October 4, 1979
Harlin Ivens, 55, a native of the Buffalo community, died Thursday of last week at the Calico Rock Medical Center. He was a maintenance man with the Missouri Pacific Railroad and a Protestant. A veteran of World War II, he will be given military honors by the North Central Arkansas Veterans Council.
Born July 25, 1924, in Buffalo, he was the son of Pearl Mae White of Mt. Home and the late Henry Bule Ivens. He and the former Edna Douglas were married Nov 10, 1948, in Mt. Home. Mrs. Ivens resides in the Buffalo community.
Other survivors include two sons, Jerry Ivens of Mt. Home and Rex William Ivens of Gassville; five daughters, Glenda Carol of Kansas City, MO, Sandra Blandership of Calico Rock, Marjetta Ivens of Mt. Home, Joan Marler and Michelle Ivens of Gassville; two brothers, Hershel Ivens and Harold Ivens, both of Mt. Home; one sister, Jewell Nesbitt of Lakeview; three grandchildren and a host of nieces and nephews.
Services were held Sunday at the Roller Funeral Home Chapel with Brother Richard Smithson officiating.
Pallbearers included J.C. Marler, Sam Burns, Carl Lee Newcomb, Lee Roy Carson, Bob Minge and Ernest Casteel.
Honorary pallbearers were Howard Smith, Homer Queen, Harvey Stevens and Rudolph Marler.
Interment took place at Brunt Schoo House Cemetery.
(From the files of Max Parnell.)

Contributed on 8/14/08 by ashaw444
Email This Contributor

Record #: 43835

NOTICE: THE COPYING OF ANY WEBSITE PHOTO OR DATA WITHOUT THE EXPRESS CONSENT OF THE ARKANSAS GRAVESTONES ADMINISTRATORS OR OWNER OF THE PHOTO SHALL BE CONSTRUED AS THEFT AND COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT. SEE TERMS OF USE FOR FURTHER INFORMATION.

Thank you for visiting the Arkansas Gravestones

On this site you can upload gravestone photos, locate ancestors and perform genealogy research. If you have a relative buried in Arkansas, we encourage you to upload a digital image using our Submit a Photo page. Contributing to this geneology archive helps family historians and genealogy researchers locate their relatives and complete their family tree.

Submitted: 8/14/08 • Approved: 6/11/16 • Last Updated: 6/14/16 • R43835-G0-S3

Other GPP Projects  |  Contact Us  |  Terms of Use  |  Site Map  |  Admin Login