of Jonesboro, AR
June 1, 1938 - March 23, 2021
Emma Mae Warren was born June 1, 1938 to Alvin and Emma Rodgers. She attended Turrell School where she met the love of her life, Harvey Warren.Emma Mae retired in 2005 from Pocahontas Public Schools where she was a bookkeeper. She was a long-time member of Nettleton Baptist Church and enjoyed serving at the Food Pantry.She departed for her heavenly home March 23, 2021. She is preceded in death by her parents, Alvin and Emma Rodgers, and her beloved husband, Harvey Warren.Left to cherish her memory are sons, Mo (Dee) Warren and Dana (Kathryn) Warren; grandchildren, Emily (Corey) Krenn, Jake Warren, Ashlyn Warren, Andy Warren, and Erica (Garrett) Haney; great grandchildren, Zadok and Zynli Krenn and Easton Haney.Visitation will be held 10:00am to 12:00pm on Saturday, March 27, 2021, at Roller-Farmers Union Funeral Home. Graveside services will follow at 2:00pm at the Crittenden Memorial Park Cemetery pavilion in Marion with Pastor Brady Canright officiating. Pallbearers will be George Williamson, Vic Brooks, Chris Groves, Michael Fletcher, Joe Christian, and John Ballard. George Williamson's Senior Adult Sunday School class will serve as honorary pallbearers. In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to the Nettleton Baptist Food Pantry or American Cancer Society.All attendees must provide and wear masks at the graveside and visitation.
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so sorry for the Warren family for the loss of your loved one. God bless you all.Larry Warren
Emma was the beat! She loved her family... and her school family. She took me under her wing and TAUGHT me how to deal with Library Club money and paperwork... how to arrange cash for a deposit.. She was gracious... I will miss her sweet smile... her sweet spirit...Ty for the memories!
Emma Mae was such a warm friendly person. You knew when you met her you wanted to be her friend. She was always helpful to Dave and he would say she usually had a solution to the problem. She blessed so many. Prayers for your family.
Moe, Dana & family,I am sad to hear of the passing of your precious momma! She was such a sweet and welcoming soul! Loved her smile and her hugs. Prayers for you all as you say goodbye.Sending prayers and hugs to you all,Angie Collins Caldwell
Jon and I loved Emma Mae. She was so very helpful. Since I heard that Emma Mae was ill, I have prayed for her every day to feel God's presence. She was such a witness for Jesus. We are so sorry for your loss.
I’m so very sorry for your loss. My mom, brother and I thought so highly of your mom; she had such beautiful soul. We have lots of fond memories with your family while we were in Pocahontas. Sending you our love.
Ms. Emma Mae. It was so good getting to know you. You sure made my day when I talked to you. I hate hearing about your passing. Prayers for her family and friends!Love you Ms. Emma Mae!
Mrs. Emma was one of the most welcoming and kind faces to see every day through my school days at Pocahontas. She was such a sweet sweet soul.. Much love and prayers to you all during your time of loss. God bless.
Dana and Family,Ms Emma was a force of nature and when she hugged you, you felt the love radiate from her. Anyone who knew her knew how much she loved her family. And she loved those around her. I still laugh about her taking cookies to the girls at the gym!! I will miss her and be praying for you guys. Much love to you!!! Gail
Emma Mae was a special friend to me and Buz. She was always very friendly and understanding. We both worked with her and could depend on her to “take care of us-especially when counting money.”we know that the family will miss her dearly. We are praying for each of you.
Ms. Emma Mae was such a great help when this new teacher came to PHS. I loved seeing her every day. May you be comforted by the knowledge that she is receiving the reward of her faith. She was a wonderful lady!
I am so sorry to hear of your mom’s passing. She was a beautiful soul. Many fond memories. Love you all!
I am so sad to hear the passing of such a great friend. I shall never forget or be thankful enough for all the assistance you gave Jerry at Pocahontas High School. You were truly only one of a kind. You passed from this life actually six years to the day after Jerry left this world. I want your family to know how much I love and appreciate all of you. Winnie Malone