of Bigelow, AR
August 27, 1930 - September 11, 2021
Lela Baughman, 91, of Bigelow, AR, went to be with the Lord on September 11, 2021. She was born August 27, 1930 in Manila, AR to John and Edna McDole.In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband of 50 years, Walter Baughman, her brothers, John, Jerry and Jimmy McDole, a sister Annie Mae Duncan, and a great-grand son Trip Payne. Lela is survived by her children, Patricia Edwards, Gary Baughman (Kim), and Pam Pohlkamp (Joe), Grandchildren, David Sharp (Katie), Haley Payne (Dallas), Brittany Waddell (Drew), Kristin Pohlkamp, Katelyn Clark (Daniel), sister, Shirley Davidson and 8 great-grandchildren. Lela was a wonderful seamstress and she loved making homemade rolls and sharing them with all her friends. She loved a good game of dominos with her Chicken Group and playing games with her grandchildren. She attended Central Baptist Church and New Life Church, SOLO Ladies Group. She was known as ''Ms B'', she loved her family dearly. She will be greatly missed by many. Please join us for a Graveside Service at Crestlawn Memorial Park on Tuesday September 14, 2021 at 10:30AM. Visitation will be at 10:00AM at Crestlawn prior to the services.Online guestbook available at www.rollerfuneralhomes.com/conway
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I met Ms. B & Walter when we first moved to Conway & moved into Frederick Place Subdivision. We use to go on walks together. She was a sweet lady. I am so sorry that I am just now seeing this. I would have come to her service.
Pat, so sorry for your loss. You are in my thoughts and prayers
Space that can’t be filled🙏🏻🥲. Good bye Ms B🌹
Ms B was a precious Lady and always had a smile on her face and a kind word. She always listened to you and prayed for you and I was always happy to see her. The heavens are smiling!
Dear Gary, Pam & Pat,Lela was a dear friend of mine. When I first moved to Conway 12 years ago she was one of my first walking buddies. As years went by our friendship continued as we went to Church together at Central Baptist in Conway. Lela always sat with me on my right hand side and I Loved having her there. Lela always took pride in her appearance and was Beautiful inside and out. I loved her so much. Because of Health reasons she couldn't go to Church. Lela would call me every Sunday morning at 9 asking me if I was going to Church. I will miss those phone calls, but I know she is in a better place. Rest in Peace my precious friend.
Pat and Family,Ms B was a jewel. She could turn a sad day into a joyful day. Her willingness to listen, counsel, encorage and pray for you, were traits of hers that meant so much to so many. I loved her homemade rolls, and anything else she would bring to potluck luncheons. God chose a beautiful flower to add to his heavenly bouquet. Prayers and love to all of you.
I loved this sweet lady very much, she always had a smile on her face and loved to give and get hugs, especially from her family. Praying for peace and comfort for her family. Ms Lela I look forward to seeing you again one day.
I became friends with this precious lady through the NLC Solo group. I loved her bright cheery spirit. Even in what must have been some really tough days for her she was always so positive and thankful! My heart goes out to her dear family. She will certainly be missed.