of Centerton, AR
October 28, 1938 - November 15, 2020
Claudine R. Reames, 82, a resident of Centerton, formerly of Paris, passed away Sunday, November 11, 2020, at her home.She was born October 28, 1938, in Greensburg, Kansas to the late Claude and Bessie (Hollister) Kendall. Claudine was a member of the Xi Gamma Beta sorority and the Caulksville Cumberland Presbyterian Church. In her spare time she enjoyed sewing and reading. In addition to her parents she was preceded in death by a sister, Sharon Haygood.Survivors include her husband of 64 years, Lyle B. Reames of Centerton; two sons, Perry Reames and wife, Kristy of Clarksville and David Reames and wife, Terry of Knoxville; a daughter, Teresa Bolinger and husband, Danny of Centerton; seven grandchildren; seventeen great grandchildren; a brother, Sam Kendall of Pratt, Kansas and two sisters, Betty Frederick of Fort Smith and Gayla Richards of Garden City, Kansas. Arrangements are private under the direction of Roller Funeral Home in Paris. In lieu of flowers memorials may be made to Furget Me Not Animal Rescue, 215 East Rosedale Street, Paris, AR 72855.
I am so sorry for your loss and truly wish we could be there. Not only was Claudine mom's best friend, she was indeed a second mom to me and my siblings.
Claudine's family, so sorry to hear of the loss of Claudine. I enjoyed knowing her in different organizations and especially working with her at Elections. She helped to make the long days shorter. My prayers to her family during this hard time.
Always enjoyed you sitting by me at church and visiting with me and holding my hand . You will always be my other mom , you will always be in my heart thanks for being their for me for many years, last time I saw you was in DR Mackey's office , Prays for your family . You We’re a very special caring person .
Mick and family: She was such a precious person. It was so hard to watch her go down. We have shared so many good times together! We've laugh and cried and always stuck by each other's side. I am so glad we came to see her. I was thrilled to see she still had her sense of humor and knew everything that was going on. One of my favorite memory is when she was was still working some and she always wanted to look just right. She had bought a new camera and set it up and would try on the her outfits to see which one looked the best. She showed us 20 or 30 pictures she had taken of herself! Loved her attitude! I ready miss her! Prayers for all of her family.
Elissa and Family,So sorry to hear about this. She was so wonderful to me in the years of us growing up. I have fond memories of being at her house with ya'll. I know how much you loved her and I am heartbroken for your loss.
So sorry for your loss. Mick, Perry, David, Teresa. Claudine was a sweetheart. She & Mick always treated me like family. Seems only like yestetday she warned me not to pester her dog old Gomer & I didnt listen. He bit me & she said Ok now we go get you a shot. I. Never pestered old Gomer again. Lots of Good Memories. Our prayers to the family. Rest in Peace sweet friend.
To the Family, I worked with Claudine for a few years at a local bank. She was so sweet to me. After she left the bank, we would often see each other around town. We always stopped to touch base for a few minutes. She was always her pleasant self. Even after she got sick, we would say "Hi" when we saw each other. I would ask her how she was doing and she never complained. Always told me she was fine. I know you don't really know me but I wanted to let you know that Claudine was a light in my life. You have my sympathy.