SLATTON, PEGGY SUE - Lawrence County, Arkansas | PEGGY SUE SLATTON - Arkansas Gravestone Photos


Markham Cemetery
Lawrence County,

Rickie 01 Nov 1955 - 10 Sept 2021
Peggy 28 Nov 1959 - 10 Mar 2016

Marriage: 22 Jan 1983

Rickie Don Slatton son of Jack Slatton and Lucille (Wallin) Slatton. Peggy Sue (Dulaney) Slatton daughter of Boyce Harold Dulaney and Jennie (Eno) Dulaney.

Rickie Don Slatton
November 01, 1955 - September 10, 2021

Rickie Don Slatton, 65, of Walnut Ridge died Friday, September 10, 2021 at Walnut Ridge. Rickie was born November 1, 1955 in Walnut Ridge to Jack and Lucille Wallin Slatton. He was married to the late Peggy Dulaney Slatton. He graduated from Walnut Ridge High School and lived his entire life in Walnut Ridge. Rickie was a member of Gethsemane Baptist Church. He worked as a fork lift operator at Waterloo Industries for over 30 years. Rickie loved fishing and riding motorcycles with his buddies. He never met a stranger. Rickie hated conflict and believed everyone should be happy and get along. To this end, he was handy with a smile, joke, and a tease. Heaven is now a brighter and much louder place because he is there.

Preceding him in death is his wife, Peggy Slatton; his parents, Jack and Lucille Slatton; infant son, Jeremy Slatton; and his brothers, Donald and Jimmy Slatton.

Left to mourn his passing are his sons, Michael Slatton, Dallas and Nathan Slatton, Walnut Ridge; a special niece, Melissa (Randall) Howard, Hoxie; mother-in-law, Jennie Dulaney, Portia; sister, Jackie(Waymond) Hutton, Walnut Ridge; brother, Melvin (Brenda) Slatton, Walnut Ridge; sister, Norma Jean (Ted) McCord, Hoxie; twin sister, Vickie (Joe) Warner, Strawberry; two grandchildren, Colton and Leah Howard; very special friend, Rita Arnold, Walnut Ridge; brother-in-law, Kenneth Dulaney, Hoxie; brother-in-law, Boyce Dulaney, Portia; and sister-in-law, Patti Gray, Portia.

Visitation will be at House-Gregg Funeral Home Chapel on Sunday afternoon (September 19, 2021) from 2 to 3 pm. There will be a private burial at a later date. Honorary pallbearers are Robert Needham, all of his motorcycle friends, Jesse Bewitt, and Ronnie Berry.

The family has asked that EVERYONE who attends the visitation to wear a mask.

Obituary provided by House-Gregg Funeral Home Walnut Ridge, Lawrence County, Arkansas. © Copyright 2010 - 21 House-Gregg Funeral Home. All Rights Reserved.

And his wife,
Peggy Sue Slatton
November 28, 1959 - March 10, 2016

Peggy Sue Slatton 56 of Walnut Ridge died March 10, 2016 in Memphis, Tennessee. She was born, November 28, 1959, in Evanston, Illinois to Boyce Harold Dulaney and Jennie (Eno) Dulaney.

She and her family moved to Hoxie where she grew up. As a lifetime resident, she graduated from Hoxie High school and attended Black River where she obtained her License Practical Nurse diploma and began to work for Lawrence Memorial Hospital as an Emergency Room nurse in 1979-2016. January 22, 1983 she married Rick Slatton, they raised their two sons and a special niece Malissa.

She is preceded in death by her father, a son; Jeremy Slatton & brother; Jimmy Dulaney.

She is survived by her husband of 31 years; Rick Slatton of the home, two sons; Michael Slatton & wife Larrissa & Nathan Slatton, her mother; Jennie Dulaney, 2 brothers; Boyce Dulaney & wife Diane of Black Rock and Kenneth Dulaney and wife Glenda of Hoxie, one sister; Patti Gray and husband Joe of Walnut Ridge, a special niece; Malissa Howard & husband Randall of Hoxie. Along with many other nieces and nephews, family and friends.

Visitation will be held 6 pm, March 13,2016 House-Gregg Funeral Chapel, Walnut Ridge. A graveside service Monday 10 a.m., Markham Cemetery near Egypt, under direction of House-Gregg Funeral Home.

Obituary provided by House-Gregg Funeral Home Walnut Ridge, Lawrence County, Arkansas. © Copyright 2010 - 21 House-Gregg Funeral Home. All Rights Reserved.

Contributed on 11/1/16 by denise.bratcher63
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Submitted: 11/1/16 • Approved: 9/16/21 • Last Updated: 9/19/21 • R1159501-G1159501-S3

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