DEARING, WINSTON MURL "BLACKIE" - Cross County, Arkansas | WINSTON MURL "BLACKIE" DEARING - Arkansas Gravestone Photos

Winston Murl "Blackie" DEARING

Dearing Cemetery
Cross County,

December 18, 1926 - January 16, 2007

Mr Dearing was born in Wynne, the son of Buford and Katie Aleno (Knight) Dearing. He married Mary Jane Hamilton on December 22, 1951.

He was a veteran of both World War II and the Korean War, serving a total of 9 years in the Army Air Corps. He worked as a maintenance supervisor for Anaconda Wire Company.

He was preceded in death by his parents; his wife; a son: Norman Kenneth Dearing; four brothers: Carl Dearing, Troy Dearing, Leon Dearing and his twin brother Wayne "Whitey" Dearing; three sisters: Joy Hall, Pauline Murphy and Leona Hubbard.

Blackie is survived by two daughters: Carolyn Suttie and husband Michael, Linda Williams and husband Thomas; one brother: Donald Dearing; six grandchildren: Jason Suttie, Janie Suttie, Daniel Suttie, Cory Suttie, Mari Williams and Kenneth Williams.

The family requests memorials be sent to the Cross County Veterans or the American Cancer Society.

Contributed on 11/30/08 by pam_don202
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Submitted: 11/30/08 • Approved: 3/1/12 • Last Updated: 7/30/12 • R114103-G0-S3

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