MACON, EARNEST - Faulkner County, Arkansas | EARNEST MACON - Arkansas Gravestone Photos

Earnest MACON

Ray's Cemetery
Faulkner County,
Arkansas

Nadine - June 27, 1938 - Nov 16, 2000

Earnest - Apr 2, 1934 - Jan 23, 2002

Mrs. Nadine Fuller Macon, 62, of Conway died Thursday (Nov. 16, 2000) at Conway Regional Medical Center.Born June 27, 1938, in Conway, to Helen Bray Fuller of Conway and the late Dewey Fuller, she was a nurse's aid at Conway Human Development Center and a member of Mount Gale Baptist Church. Survivors are her husband, Earnest Macon; two sons, Jerry Don and Antone Macon, both of Conway; five daughters, Annette Henderson, Paula McClure, Sandy Smith, Melanie Macon and Burna Macon, all of Conway; a stepdaughter, Audra Jones of Jacksonville; three brothers, William Fuller, James McKinley Fuller and Edward Fuller, all of Conway; two sisters, Gerldine Jackson and Jennetta Fuller, both of Conway; 18 grandchildren; and one great-grandchild.


Earnest Macon, 67, of Conway, died Wednesday Jan 23, 2002 at Baptist Medical Center in Little Rock. Born April 2, 1934, in Conway, to Gracie Macon of Conway and the late Lonell Macon, he was a retired custodian in the Conway School District and served as a deacon at Mount Gale Baptist Church.
Survivors are two sons, Jerry Don and Antone Macon, both of Conway; six daughters, Annette Henderson, Paula McClure, Sandy Smith, Melanie Macon and Burna Macon, all of Conway, and Audra Jones of Jacksonville; 10 brothers, Unice,Willie,Gus,Glen,Robert, Andrew and Ronald Macon, all of Conway, Alvin Macon of Twin Groves, and Ozell and Bobby Macon, both of Flint, Mich.; three sisters, Nita Hall and Vernell Stubbs, both of Conway, and Norma Cain of Flint; 18 grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren.

Pallbearers were Felix Rutherford, Wayne Credit, Elvert McClure, Dennis McClure, Franklin Jackson and Calvert Jackson.

Contributed on 4/8/12 by hawkinsdonna
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Submitted: 4/8/12 • Approved: 4/8/12 • Last Updated: 7/20/12 • R673698-G673696-S3

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