of West Memphis, AR
July 26, 1948 - September 23, 2021
Elizabeth Kimmons of Marion, Arkansas, passed away on September 23, 2021, at age 73. Elizabeth was born in Dyess, Arkansas on July 26, 1948 to her parents, Elmer Louis and Emma McAlister Jones.She was preceded in death by her parents and a brother, Mack Jones. Elizabeth is survived by her husband, Clark Kimmons; daughter, Beth Davison (Mike) of Jonesboro, Arkansas; 2 grandchildren, Brandon Davison and Hannah Davison of Jonesboro; 2 brothers, Kenneth Lee Jones (Glenna) and Gill Louis Jones (Laverne); sister, Brenda Howell (Billy); brother-in-law, Bill Kimmons; 2 sisters-in-law, Kathy Duvall (Bo) and Frances Medlin (Tom); and niece, Glenna Whisenand.She was a lifelong Methodist and attended the First United Methodist Church in West Memphis where she enjoyed the John Mac Smith Sunday School Class. She worked in the transportation industry as a traffic manager.Elizabeth was a loving wife, mother, sister and grandmother. She especially enjoyed spending time with her two grandchildren who affectionately called her "Big Moma." She loved telling them that she would "dance at their wedding" if they completed a task she had requested. Their humorous reply was always "you will be dancing all night." Her life was an example of a caring, patient and hard-working woman. She will be deeply missed and remembered with love by her family, friends, and co-workers.Visitation will be held at the First United Methodist Church in West Memphis on Wednesday, September 29, 2021 10:00 am 11:00 am, with the funeral service immediately following. The interment will be at Crittenden Memorial Park in Marion, Arkansas.The family would like to thank Elizabeth's friends and the healthcare facilities who loved and cared for her as follows: First United Methodist Church and her John Mac Smith Sunday School Class in West Memphis, her Family Dollar family, Kellie McDaniel, Peggy Jones, Annette Walker, Madonna Beith, Curt Devoe and Eva Ballard, Kay Kay Davis and the Willowbend staff, Elite Hospice team, Baptist East Hospital room 5380 South 5th floor, and her bunco friends for over 40 years.Memorials may be sent to the First United Methodist Church, 215 N. Missouri St., West Memphis, Arkansas 72301.
So sorry to hear of Elizabeth Lynn's passing. Know you all are in our prayers.
My prayers are with you Beth, Mike, Hannah and Brandon. I am truly sorry for your loss. If you need anything, I will be here for you.
Rest in Peace my sweet friend! Heaven has gained another Angel. I will see you at the Cracker Barrell in the Sky!!! I know you will have my Diet Coke waiting on me!!
Brenda, We are so sorry for your loss. Elizabeth will be missed by many. She was such a good person and wonderful friend. Prayers for you, Clark, Beth Ann and the family.
I will truly miss Elizabeth and the way she was always making me laugh. Elizabeth always loved her family and had that special bond with Brenda. Brenda never left her side while she was in the hospital for 31 days. God bless you Brenda and all that you did for your sister. My prayers and love for the whole family Jackie Jones
Love you Elizabeth Lynn. Will be praying for Clark, Beth Ann and Brenda in the days and weeks to come!
Elizabeth was a great lady. My mother played Bunco with her for years. She was very sweet and I’m sure will be greatly missed by her family. Prayers for all of her family.
So sorry to learn of Elizabeth's passing. I worked with her for several years. She was a hard worker and a great friend. My sincere condolences.
I am very sorry for the loss of Elizabeth! She will always have a very special place in my heart. I loved her deeply. My prayers are with you in this difficult time.
Brenda, so sorry for your loss. Elizabeth will be truly missed. Love and prayers to you and the whole family. Sue and Marta
We are so very sorry to hear of Elizabeth Lynn’s passing. Prayers of Sympathy, Comfort and Love for all of you. 🙏🏻💔. Kathy Nell and Mike
I am so very sorry for the loss of your sweet-spirited, kind and generous Elizabeth. She was a Christian who led by example and I am truly proud, honored and blessed to call her my friend. May God give you peace and comfort during this sad time and sustain you with your love for her and memories of her in the days to come.