of Conway, AR
September 22, 1932 - November 18, 2020
Jewell Barker, 88, of Conway, AR, went to be with the Lord Wednesday, November 18, 2020. He was born September 22, 1932, in Gravel Hill, AR to Alford and Sarah Barker.Jewell was preceded in death by his brothers; Wynn Barker and Glenn Dale "Buck" Barker, his half-sister, Martha Barker Rowe, and his parents.Left to cherish his memory is his sisters, Sharon Harrison (Joe) and Adell Banister, half-sister, Sara Barker Walker, brothers; James Barker and Lynn Barker (Ermelene); half-brother, Alford Buddy Barker, and a host of nieces, nephews, relatives and friends.A Graveside service will be held on Tuesday, November 24, 2020 at 2:00pm at Grays Cemetery, in the Gravel Hill community.
So sorry for your loss prayers for you and your family. May you rest in peace you will be missed by many the world want be the same without you in it. Linda Baird Conway Arkansas
Uncle Jewell you just don’t know know how much you will be missed... lots of memories of you singing the song “she’ll be coming around the mountain when she comes” ... oh and the saying you started saying in the last 5 years of your life “I ain’t that kind of guy” ... we all love you and will miss you dearly ! RIP UNCLE JEWELL ! Till we meet again.
For the short time you were in my life, my childhood years, you sure made an impact. RIP uncle Jewel.
He was a sweet man that I enjoyed talking to when I went to visit my dad in the nursing home. He sometimes sit at the table with us and talked. Prayers for the family
Rest In Peace uncle we will meet again some day you will be missed by so many and the love for you tell Kathy, grannies, grandpa and all the rest of the family we love them too I wish there was more time spent with you but our lord needed you to go home thank you for the time that we got to be with you rip love you now and always
To my family with love We know one day God will take us one by one we don't know when or why but God has numbers for each and every one and he will not leave anyone behind so from now until the day that it's time for me or any other to go home to be with the lord I'm going to try and make it with all my family and friends the best times ever I love you all the same. Fly high Uncle Jewell We Love you
I am so sorry for the family's lost and I am praying for yall
Rest in peace
Love you forever and always Uncle!
We love the whole family. We know Jewell is in a better place than we are. Have fond memories of talking with him. We know how much he will be missed.
Uncle jewel I will always remember u teaching how to drive when I was in my teens. I will see u again someda . Tell kathy and everyone hello for me and love each and everyone
He is and always will be very loved. RIP uncle jewell