FERGUSON  (VETERAN WWII), EVERETT HAMILTON "ED" - Chicot County, Arkansas | EVERETT HAMILTON "ED" FERGUSON  (VETERAN WWII) - Arkansas Gravestone Photos

Everett Hamilton "Ed" FERGUSON (VETERAN WWII)

Mount Carmel Cemetery
Chicot County,
Arkansas

SERGEANT US Army Air Corps
World War II
July 3, 1915 - October 27, 1992

*Obituary
Everett Hamilton "Ed" Ferguson was born July 3, 1915 in Wilmar, AR. He passed away October 27, 1992 at his home in Eudora, AR. He was a member of Eudora Baptist Church and the owner of Eudora Paint and Body Shop. He was a World War II Army Air Corps Veteran, and was a member of the American Legion. Ed loved to travel, and never turned down the opportunity to go on a trip. He also enjoyed fishing, and more importantly, he loved spending time with his family and extended family. Ed enjoyed being around his grandchildren, for they brought out even more the wonderful qualities Ed had -- patience, kindness, and generosity. Ed was preceded in death by his parents, Erie Everett Ferguson and Frances Elizabeth Hamilton, and a brother, Charles Martel, all of Warren, AR. Survivors include his wife, Reva Jean Kimbro Ferguson, formerly of Eudora, AR but now a resident of Atkins, AR; two daughters, Jeanette and husband Jim Burgess of Russellville, AR, Linda and husband Charles Meadows of Greenville, MS, and one son, Alan K. Ferguson, of Hot Springs, AR; a brother, John H. Ferguson of Fordyce, AR; a sister, Mary E. Mathis of Lonoke, AR; five grandchildren, Stacy Rowlett, Brian Burgess, Jill Burgess, Wes Meadows and Matthew Meadows, and six great-grandchildren, Amber Lea, Katie Rowlett, Chase Rowlett, Everett "Rhett" Burgess, Aubrey Burgess and Megan Meadows.

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Submitted: 10/25/08 • Approved: 10/10/11 • Last Updated: 8/31/12 • R85725-G0-S3

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