of Mountain Home, AR
November 24, 2021
Kenneth W. Rhoads, age 73, of Mountain Home, Arkansas formerly of Springfield, Missouri received his heavenly reward on November 24, 2021. He was born on March 26, 1948 in Mexico, Missouri to Price Rhoads and Grace Hubbard Rhoads. A native of Missouri, he married Becky Cornett of Mexico, Missouri on August 22, 1970 until her death in 1986. On May 14, 1988 Mr. Rhoads married Joyce Lane. Mr. Rhoads was a member of the Christian Church of Mountain Home, a U.S. Army National Guard veteran and a University of Missouri-Columbia alumni. He spent his career in advertising media sales until his retirement including tenures with KOLR-10 TV and Meyer Communications in Springfield. He was preceded in death by his first wife Becky (Cornett) Rhoads, his parents Price and Grace (Hubbard) Rhoads, and sister, Judy (Rhoads) Hendricks. He is survived by wife Joyce (Lane) Rhoads; daughter Carissa (Rhoads) Figgins; son Andrew Rhoads; son Aaron Ashenfelter; daughter Alice Ashenfelter; seven grandchildren and many nieces and nephews. A memorial service will be held at the Christian Church of Mountain Home on December 4, 2021 at 10 a.m. with Gene McCoy officiating. The family requests in lieu of flowers for memorial gifts to be sent to www.TheSparrowsNestStl.org or https://donate3.cancer.org/
Joyce, Bruce and I are truly sorry for your loss. . . He was such a sweet n funny man. Im sure he is sitting up there sharing his laughter with so many. If you need anything please dont hesitate to ask. Love you
Joyce, I am so very sad for you. You and Ken seemed to be ideal for each other. The adjustment without him won't be easy but you come from a long line of strong women plus knowing he is a Christian will make it easier. Thinking of and praying for you.
Joyce…sending heartfelt prayers of peace and comfort during this time. Don’t forget about all the people who love you and want to support you…reach out when you need to.
Joyce - Sorry to hear of your loss.
Carissa & Andy, may God send his blessings of peace & comfort to each of you at this time.