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Beverly Faith (Mooney) Franks

Clarksville, AR   United States

We were shocked and heartbroken to to learn of Aunt Tommie's illness and passing by reading about it in the Clarksville Graphic, after visitation and services had already been held, with no opportunity to visit her or help out or let her know we cared. Tommie was a singular woman--strong, kind, hardworking, caring, genuine, loyal,independent, fun, ageless. Beautiful women have no age. I hope precious Ruby is in a loving, protected, forever home, as Tommie would have so wanted. Tommie's wonderful smile and big heart will live on in our hearts.
Tuesday, November 26, 2019


Malcolm and Linda Tate

Oark, AR   United States

So sorry to hear of Tommie passing. She was an extraordinary woman for sure. My last visit with her was at visitation for Bud Baker. Enjoyed visiting with her. We were discussing patterson Springs. She will be missed.
Tuesday, November 12, 2019


Janet Bazyk

Clarksville, AR

Thinking of you.
Monday, November 11, 2019


Vernon Eaton

Reno, NV   United States

The phone rang and Tommie’s friend, Abby Burnett, told me that Tommie had just died about an hour ago. Well, I knew that my life had just changed – it would be different from now on because Tommie had been my link to the past.
We grew up in the Spoke Plant area and over the years, I’ve enjoyed many visits on the phone with first, Art Stepp and then Tommie. There has always been more than enough to talk about and I knew from these chats on the phone that Tommie was proud of the very, very unusual, remote place where she grew up.
Tommie lived her life well. She came from a place where there were no politics at all – no community structure – just neighbors living alongside neighbors on little farms where everybody got along. Folks lived well from what they grew in the fields and gardens and what could be found in the woods. I never saw a professional person, never a sheriff and never a game warden the whole time growing up = just neighbors. I think as God would have her do, Tommie took this self-reliance, confidence and common sense with her and made a life for herself and her family. I will surely miss her and our visits on the phone, but I am so very grateful to have had her for a friend. Thank you, Tommie.

Monday, November 11, 2019


Deborah Rigsby

Fort smith, AR

Heaven gained another angel it was nice working and talking with you,you will be missed
Sunday, November 10, 2019


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