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Howard Bernard CRISWELL

Holly Springs Cemetery
Conway County,
Arkansas

1965 - 2011

Howard Bernard Criswell, the son of the late Napoleon and Birtha Mae Criswell, was born in Morrilton, Arkansas on October 21, 1965.

He attended grammar school at East Side Elementary in Menifee, Arkansas and high school at Nemo Vista in Center Ridge, Arkansas.

He was employed by Tyson Foods, River Valley Furniture, Dayco and Tramaine Harris Concrete Company, and several other independent companies.

Preceding him in death were his parents, Napoleon and Birtha Mae Criswell. Howard had a unique relationship with all his nieces and nephews. They all loved him dearly. Howard was a very generous man. He was always willing to help anyone wh was in need. He will be missed by all.

During his illness in Saint Vincent Hospital, Howard gave his life to the Lord. He asked God to forgive him for his sins. Howard made God his Lord and Savior.

To cherish his memories, he leaves five brothers, Leo Criswell of Topeka, KS; Lee Andrew Criswell (Emma) of Kansas City, MO; Napoleon Criswell, Jr (Gloria) of Conway, AR; Clifford Criswell (Connie) of Paragould, AR; Jerry Doss (Emma) of Conway, AR; five sisters: Naomia Thomas (James) of Little Rock, AR; Fannie Evans of Caldwell, AR; LaTonya Cockrell of Springfield, AR; Antwan Criswell of Conway, AR and Rosie Lee Redus (Michael) of Sherwood, AR; three uncles, seven aunts, and numerous nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends.

Contributed on 3/26/12 by hawkinsdonna
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Submitted: 3/26/12 • Approved: 3/27/12 • Last Updated: 8/6/12 • R667752-G0-S3

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