of Harrisburg, AR
September 7, 1960 - February 24, 2021
Thomas Benjamin "Ben" Qualls, Jr., 60, of Harrisburg, passed away Wednesday, February 24, 2021 at his home. He was born September 7, 1960 in Marked Tree, AR to Thomas Benjamin Qualls, Sr. and Veannie Elizabeth (Peters) Qualls. Ben was a truck driver and of the Baptist belief. He loved Harley Davidson motorcycles, muscle cars, and telling jokes. Ben was a very loving and generous man that was always there for his friends and family.Ben was preceded in death by his parents.Survivors include his stepsons, Nathan (Paula) Norris and their children, Jaxon and Serena, and Kyle (Brittany) Norris and their daughters, Amber, Alyssa, and Allie; step-daughter, Heather Qualls; a brother, Brent (Patricia) Qualls; sisters, Deborah (Bobby) Childers, Lois Campbell and Audrey Whitehead; nephew, Dalton (Mandy) Williams and their daughter, Everlee Williams, and nephews, Brent Qualls, Jr., Michael Pace, Thomas Deckelman, and Thor Roby; and his nieces, Whitney Hunter and her children, Cash Hunter and Clay Lindsey, and nieces, Beth Campbell, Leslie Graves, Jennifer Frans, Mellisa Qualls, and Cheri Phillips.Services will be 2:00 pm, Wednesday, March 3, 2021 at Cross Chapel Baptist Church in Harrisburg with Brother Paul Peters officiating. Burial will follow at Farmhill Cemetery in Harrisburg. Visitation will begin at 1:00 pm until time of service.Ryan Frans, Gavin Frans, Dalton Williams, Devin Brown, James Flowers, and Thor Roby will serve as pallbearers. Bobby Childers and Randy Graves will be honorary pallbearers.Arrangements are under the direction of Roller-Farmers Union Funeral Home of Jonesboro.Per CDC guidelines, masks are required and social distancing is to be observed.
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I was blessed to visit with Ben especially the night before his passing. He crack a few jokes and we had some good laughs even tho he felt so bad! Ben was always sweet to me. Im praying for his family to find peace knowing he's no longer in pain. Fly high ole friend on that Harley in heaven. Until we meet again!!! Love you!