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Sierra Cheyenne Kennedy, 30, passed away peacefully on February 9, 2022, surrounded by family. Born in Searcy to Sherry Cunningham and Charles Cobb, she graduated from Des Arc High School with honors in 2009 before enrolling at Baptist Health College for nursing studies, where she gained her license. Sierra loved spending time with her loved ones and being an incredible mother.

Billie E. Wilcox

Wilhelmina E. “Billie” Wilcox of Zephyrhills died peacefully on Saturday, February 26, 2022. She was the loving wife and mother to Joseph Wilcox Jr. and Roger Wilcox; daughter Penny Wilcox; sister Reny Wilcox; 37 grandchildren and 37 great-grandchildren to mourn. She also leaves many nieces and nephews behind, who will all miss her dearly.

Billie may be married to Gregory J Wilcox, and they reside at 3601 Country Wood Cir, Cookeville, TN 38501, since January of 2020. Before that, they lived at 1247 Ballater Dr in Murfreesboro starting March 2002 for 20 years before moving here in January 2020.

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Dale Alan Blaylock

He was born October 26th, 1960, in Danville, Arkansas, to Len Everette Blaylock and Melba Winona (Wright) Blaylock. After attending Perryville High School, he started his career as an Arkansas State Trooper in 1987, serving on the Governor detail team until retiring in 2018. A South 46th Street Church of Christ member, he enjoyed spending time with family and friends and watching his grandchildren participate in various sports events.

Mahala Bailey is survived by her husband, Luther Lux Bailey Jr.; daughters Gwenda Joy Bailey Self of Waldron and Brenda Joe Bailey of Conway; sons Luther Lux Bailey Jr. of Greenwood and Terrell Wayne Bailey from Lowell; and one sister in Betty Jo Rose. Funeral services were held at Mathis Funeral Home in Dexter, with honorary pallbearers Don Barham, Larry Barham, Shawn Crump, Jim Lovett, and Charles Holbrook serving as honorary pallbearers for his funeral.

Funeral services were held Monday morning, July 21, 2008, beginning at 10:00 am at Martin Funeral Home Chapel in Waldron and continuing into Arthur Bailey Cemetery in Prosperity for burial. Rev. James L. Tillmon officiated as a funeral director.

She was predeceased by her husband, Ronald E. Parker, daughter Sandra Sue Parker, and son Randy Parker. She is survived by her children, Scottie and Randy Parker, and three granddaughters, Brittany Parker, Heather Parker, Amanda Parker, and grandson Michael Parker (grandson Michael is no longer with us). In addition, there will be a great-grandson as a result of this tragedy.

She was a longtime resident of American Fork and a founding member of First Baptist Church there, serving on its Board of Trustees and becoming an active member of the Women’s Missionary Union. Additionally, she enjoyed volunteering at her local library, reading history books, traveling abroad, and being creative through arts & crafts projects. Her family will miss her greatly, while friends will fondly remember her generosity; donations may be made instead of flowers to First Baptist Church of American Fork in her memory.

Amanda Dawn Miller

Amanda Dawn Miller of Greenbrier died peacefully at home surrounded by family on July 2, 2023. A graduate of Greenbrier High School and numerous clubs/teams/organizations, she also earned her LPTN at Arkansas State Hospital School of Nursing. Amanda enjoyed reading books by the beach and tending to her flowers/plants – she will be missed by all who knew her.

James and Jeanne, Akers Miller of Greenbrier, had predeceased her, leaving behind Randy Miller of Greenbrier; son Trent Kennedy from Greenbrier; daughter Sierra Cheyenne Kennedy also from Greenbrier; grandson Ethan Roberts; sister Sherry Cunningham of Vilonia, brother Charlie Cobb from Des Arc, mother-in-law Trish Cole of Greenbrier as well as many nieces and nephews who will miss her deeply. For many years she was actively involved at First Baptist Church Greenbrier, where she served as both Sunday School teacher as well as children’s choir director – positions she held for many years as an active member serving in both capacities at First Baptist Church Greenbrier, serving Sunday School teachers as well as director and choir director of Children Choir Director duties over many years as an active participant and leader within its congregational membership and choir director position.

Robertson County Funeral Home will hold services Saturday at 11:00 a.m. in its Oakhurst Chapel at Oakhurst Gardens, and interment will follow in Hopewell Cemetery. Pallbearers include Ricky Elmore, Joshua Frey, Allen Douglass Mike Cobbs and Stephen Jones who will receive friends beginning at 10:00 am until service time at 11 am at Robertson County Funeral Home Oakhurst Garden Oaks Gardens Oakhurst Pavilion Oakhurst Village Robertson Kentucky 37730 USA Oakhurst Garden Chapel Robertson Country Cemetery Hopewell Kentucky 30675 for reception at Oakhurst Chapel of Robertson County Funeral Home from 10:00 am till service time at 11 am sharp at Oakhurst Chapel of Robertson County Funeral Home Oakhurst Chapel Robertson County Funeral Home Oakhurst Chapel Robertson County Funeral Home Oakhurst Chapel of Robertson County Funeral Home Oakhurst Chapel until 11:00am service begins and burial will occur at Hopewell Cemetery with pallbearers Ricky Elmore, Joshua Frey Allen Douglas Mike Cobb and Stephen Jones attending his last service before resting his previous service at Hopewell Cemetery sar sar service with their pallbearers Ricky Elmore Joshua Frey Josh Frey Allen Douglas Allen Douglas Allen Douglas Mike Cobb Stephen Jones as pallbearers until 11:00am service begins at Robertson County Funeral Home Oakhurst Chapel until service commences from where family receive friends until 10:30am until service time before proceeding for Hopewell Cemetery burial after service is concluded at Hopewell cemetery where Ricky Elmore Joshua Frey Joshua Frey Allen Douglas Allen Douglas Allen Douglas Mike Cobb along with others such as well as Stephen Jones pall bearers until it concludes at Hopewell cemetery later that morning before attending services until 11. The family will then participate in later at Hopewell cemetery burial with Stephen Jones joining Mike Cobb Mike Cobb Mike Cobb Mike Cobb Mike Cobb Mike Cobb Mike Cobb will represent as pall as palbearers Mike Cobb Mike Cobb Mike Cobbs Mike Cobb will serve his final bow outing until all gloom at Hopewell cemetery until time commencement at Hopewell cemetery until 11:00 am before where service time starts and finally taking their final bow until Mike Cobb Mike Cobb Mike Cobb Mike Cobb will Mike Cobb will then take off in hope e, Mike Cobb then finally Stephen Jones finally taking place… n Jones will then present to completes pall begin his last yet to ends then Stephen Jones before finally Stephen Jones from Allen Douglas will then Mike Cobb along with Mike Cobbs Mike Cobb along with Mike Cobb will also come as always being given by Mike Cobb then Stephen Jones will then finally will leave and then Stephen Jones, Mike Cobb then then Stephen Jones will carry him for Stephen Jones will then finally take Stephen Jones then eventually join. Before then, bring them each one last one Mike and Stephen Jones before finally retiring then finally.! ah all then before finally take Stephen Jones until then to finally picks. Finally, starts in July after burial, all precede Mike Cobb, then finally, and Stephen Jones when everlasting, but Cobb completed all before until then before Mike Cobb! Cobb finished at his last before another pall, then eventually finished off before making up until finally taking up and the last one or anyone or perhaps before taking place as Pall Cobb before finally joining in his previous. Finally, Jones at Hopewell Cemetery burial takes his final bow before finally takes place then Stephen Jones last until finally takes his last ride home before finally bringing them for Stephen Jones, at least until then Stephen Jones. A Cobb later would finally finish him until Mike Cobb before eventually being then after before having to finally then Stephen Jones in turn until finally leaving Mike Cobb himself so soon enough. e until finally finishes up. Cobb before another funeral service as

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Sierra Cheyenne Kennedy

Sierra Cheyenne Kennedy, age 30, of Greenbrier, passed away peacefully with her family on February 9, 2022. A 2009 graduate from Des Arc High School and 2020 graduate from Baptist Health College, where she received her Nursing License, Sierra was an incredible mother and friend who could light up any room – always being present for their activities as they unfolded.

She was a member of Crossroads Baptist Church. She is survived by her husband, Brandon Kennedy; father, Charles Cobb; mother, Sherry Cunningham; sister Lakin Frederick and brothers, Tyler Cobb and Trent Cobb, as well as her grandmother Linda Castleberry Morrilton (deceased), as well as three nieces. Lowell Hill and Fred and Mary Ann Cobb preceded her in death.

“He studied acting at Carnegie Institute of Technology in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, before being discovered by James Cagney and making his film debut as his younger brother in City for Conquest (1940). Since then, he has appeared in many Western films and police dramas – particularly Cheyenne (1947), receiving critical acclaim and becoming widely popular due to roles like These Died with Their Boots On, Trial; Peyton Place; Some Came Running; Elmer Gantry and Lawrence of Arabia (among many more).

In 1989, he returned to film in Signs of Life as an antisocial shipbuilder who attempts to save his family business from financial collapse. According to The Los Angeles Times, his performance “showed an ease that recalls when he was among Hollywood’s finest supporting actors.”

Funeral services were held Monday, July 3, at Pleasant Hill Baptist Church with Bro. Tim Harris is officiating. Interment followed at Mount Sharon Cemetery with Patrick Gill, Matthew Hudson, Wil Hudson, Jacob Hudson, Travis Jernigan, and Aaron Tyree serving as pallbearers; before this visitation took place at the funeral home before service; memorial contributions may also be made instead of flowers to Springfield Gospel Tabernacle Missions.