of Jonesboro, AR
February 15, 1952 - March 14, 2021
Becky Mize, 69, of Jonesboro, Arkansas, passed away Sunday, March 14, 2021. She was born February 15, 1952, in Walnut Ridge to Dent and Gloria (Oldham) Mize. Becky worked as a nurse at St. Bernards Medical Center for the past thirty-five years before retiring in 2017. She enjoyed crocheting, traveling, reading, and spending time with her family. She was preceded in death by her father; paternal grandparents, Crock and Ruth Mize; maternal grandparents, Marvin and Willie Oldham; and niece, Rachel Easley.Left to cherish her memory are her mother; brothers, Denny (Anne) Mize, and William Mize; sisters, Margaret (Jerry) Easley, Lesia (Alan) Oldman, Cecilia (Mark) Stanley, and Melinda (Jeff) West. She also leaves behind a host of cherished nieces and nephews lovingly known as her babies.A graveside service for Becky will be held at 2:00 p.m., on Thursday, March 18, 2021, at Oak Ridge Cemetery with Steve Bennett officiating.Serving as pallbearers will be Alan Oldman, Stephen Woodward, Chris West, Jonathan Duffel, Matt Barnett, and Scotty Redden.We are complying with the Arkansas Department of Health guidelines and all attendees must provide and wear masks during the graveside service.
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Ninang Becky (Ninang means Godmother in the Filipino language) has been and always will be one of the most important mother figures in my life. She was unassuming, steadfast in integrity, witty and kind. For reasons we will never fully understand, our communication lapses in the more recent years but Ninang Becky, her dear mother and all of her wonderful family will always be in our hearts and prayers. I pray that she is at peace and comfortable in our Lord’s arms, and pray that the entire family can find themselves surrounded by love. We love you Ninang Becky, we miss you as we always have, but are so happy that you are now in our Lord’s hands, and we cannot wait to see you again. LoveNia and Family
I send my condolences to Becky’s family. Becky was a very sweet lady always with a smile on her face and she loved & rarely missed a hot day of softball watching the TMS Diamondbacks. Prayers for you Melinda and family.
Becky, you were the best big sister ever!! You were a 2nd momma to us all, no matter our age. I love you so much and I am going to miss you forever! I know God has you in His arms and you are at peace and pain-free. And that gives me peace even when I selfishly want you back here with us. I know we will see each other again! Fly high, Butterfly! Watch over us along with Rachel, Daddy, Granny, and all our loved ones. I love you Sista!! 😘❤️😇🦋💕
Becky was a very special person to so many people and she adored her family....each and every one! Her Nieces and nephews were her pride and joy. I worked with Becky in Home Health and was her manager for several years. We worked closely together and supported each other, joked with each other, argued with each other, laughed together and yes, sometimes we were almost in tears but thru it all.....we loved and respected each other. We also found out that we are 2nd cousins (our mothers are cousins) and Becky always told me, “love you cuz”...in fact my last message from her was those exact words. I loved Becky’s “never give up attitude”, her sense of humor, her dedication to her family and her job, her directness and yes, those “looks” she gave me when I asked her to do something and she thought I was crazy! Becky was always supportive of me, not only at work, but in our personal lives too. Becky has touched so many lives in a positive manner and She will definitely be missed!May God wrap his arms around each family member and give you peace and comfort during this difficult time.Becky you fought a long, hard fight. Now fly high with the angels and butterflies. “Love you cuz”
I worked with Becky in the hospital on peds and later at home health. She was always a great Iv starter on the babies and willing to help us all when needed. A great nurse and person. She will be missed, Prayers for her family
What a Beautiful DVD tribute to Becky.What a beautiful life, led with love and dignity and Grace. Becky Mize meant so many things, to so many people.And im so honored, to have called her my friend.God opened his gates wide and smiled, as BECKY MIZE came home.
I am saddened to hear of Becky’s death. She was such a sweet and kind friend. I pray for peace and comfort and resurrection hope for her beloved family.
In our thoughts and prayers.
I’m so sorry for your loss. Becky was a wonderful person that I worked with in Home Health for many years. She was a hard worker that never complained and her positive attitude was admired. She was an awesome nurse. She bragged on her nieces and nephews that she loved dearly. In fact she made realize I was severely lacking in the “perfect aunt” department. I’m sure each and everyone of you realize she adored you. I will cherish our days together and look for to seeing her again. Sincere condolences ❤️
On behalf of all us Mayfields my heart cries out for your family. Even so, I remember even as I was a young child when we were together that Becky loved our Jesus. I pray we will all find comfort knowing she is with our Savior. Remembering each of you with love and affection. Beverly
My thoughts are prayers are with you and your family God bless you all
Becky was a very special person who always had a smile for everyone. She was dearly loved and will be missed by many. May God give her family comfort and peace, knowing we will see her again in Heaven. Love, Gloria & Don Haddick and family
My deepest condolences to the family. I pray that you have peace and comfort during this difficult time
So very sorry I know how special she was to all of you.
Becky was such a wonderful person. She treated us like family. She always had a smile for us no matter how much pain she was in. May God comfort you all as you mourn her loss and celebrate her life. Love and hugs to all of you!
Becky was a wonderful nurse and friend. She was willing to help others and step in when needed. I worked with her on 3N. She will be missed. She was loved.
I worked with Becky at Home Health. She had such a sweet spirit. She will be missed dearly. Prayers for the family during this time of great loss.
Margaret my heart breaks for you and your family. I pray that God gives you and peace and comfort as only he can. I know she is rejoicing and no longer in pain. Love you my friend!
I am so very sorry for your loss. Becky was a very precious friend of mine. I know she will be greatly missed.
I worked in Hospice while Becky worked in Home health. She was such a nice person and great nurse. I’m so sorry for your lose. Sending hugs and prayers to all!
Will miss my friend and coworker
Melinda and Family I am so so sorry for your loss . My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family ! God Bless you all !
Condolence to family and friends . Have a lot of goog memories with Becky.
Rest in peace dear friend! You fought a good fight and now you don't have to fight any more! Your race is finished your victory is won!
I worked with Becky at St Bernards Home Health.Loved her energy and she was fantastic at her job. She talked about her family sisters nieces nephews and her mother.She will be missed by so many.They say, "Butterflies are Free, and Becky is now free of her pain and her family can rejoice knowing she is happy and is with her heavenly family.🙏
I work in St Bernards Home Health. I shared an office Becky for a while a few years back. I enjoyed those times so much. I never had to wonder what Becky thought about anything, she voiced her thoughts pretty quick. She made me laugh! That’s one of the things I loved so much about her. She will be greatly miss. Love and prayers to her loved ones and friends.
Becky & I shared so many memories from St Bernards Pediatrics to St Bernards Home Health. We loved to reminisce about the good, funny & serious times. I went to her often to discuss situations, because I respected her opinion. I would stop at her desk ,just to check in on what was happening. She gave me the referrals to code & I gave the codes the the admit nurse. We were all a team each with their duties & responsibilities. We were FAMILY. We all pitched in with whatever staff members or their patients needed. Sometimes I would call Becky at home & start babbling my situation, then her Mother would say, I think you need to tell Becky....... I am her Mother. I can’t remember how times I did it, before I would ask who answered the phone.....we who ever would laugh. I treasure my days with Becky.🥰🥰🥰🥰🥰🥰🥰🥰🥰🥰🥰🥰🥰🥰