of Searcy, AR
August 9, 1944 - November 29, 2021
Ramona Lee Palmer Riddle, age 77, passed away the morning of November 29, 2021 at Unity Hospital in Searcy, AR. On November 23, after attending her granddaughter's birthday party, she suffered a heart attack followed by a stroke. Although surgery was performed and a brief period of stability followed, she eventually succumbed to complications. Ramona, more commonly known as Babe or Baby, was born in Searcy, AR in her grandmother's home, on August 9, 1944.Babe attended Searcy High School throughout her entire school career and remained friends with those from school until the very end. She was named SHS Homecoming Queen in 1961, crowned by her high school sweetheart, George Riddle. She was quite an original woman who always worked hard and loved her family. She also knew how to laugh and have fun. Everyone who knew Babe will be telling her stories for years to come. She is survived by her son Lane Riddle and wife Mona, daughter Lee Riddle Teed and husband Paul; one brother Billy 'Bo' Palmer, one sister Linda Inboden and husband Bill.; grandchildren: Brooke, Colton, Madison, Marlee, Emily and Hayley, great grandson Lukas, nephew Reagan, nieces Debbie and Julie.She is preceded in death by her parents, Lewis and Retha Palmer, and her brother, Darrel Palmer.A memorial service will be held to honor her life on December 4, 4pm at Roller Daniel Funeral Home in Searcy, AR. In lieu of flowers, please make any donations to Compassion International, a child sponsorship program https://www.compassion.com/donate-to-charity.htm.Online guestbook: rollerfuneralhomes.com/searcy
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My mom Betty always said she gave my name from her friend of high school. Ramona will live on . So sorry for you're loss she will miss so much
My deepest sympathy to the family. Having grown up in Searcy, I knew the family well and knew Linda when I lived in Jonesboro.
Extremely wonderful person!!!
I am so sad to read this. I loved Ramona’s wit and kindness.
Babe was a part of my history, and When I ran into her recently we had a nice chat revisiting that history.Her dad and mine were friends.
"Peace begins with a smile". You will always be remembered for your smile. Matthew 5:3.
Went to school with Babe. So very sorry for your loss!Steve Helms
You will always be remembered, my friend. God Bless you.
I didn't grow up in Searcy but I have known Babe (that's what I always heard her called) for many years and always liked her so much. Rodger, who did grow up in Searcy, and I are sorry that she has passed on and pray for the family.
Baba was a classmate and always so much fun. She will be miss by many and prayers to her family.
So sad, i haven't seen Babe in quite a few years, rest in peace 😢
Our condolences to the family. Praying peace and comfort for you all at this time.
So sad to see so many of Granys grandchildren pass on. Once we were a strong 55. Soon we will all be with Granny. Again the strong 55. Will miss you Babe. Prayers and love for the family.
Babe was special❤️
Babe, was a friend. Went all thru school together. So sorry to hear of your loss. Prayers for family.She will be missed.Peggy Campbell Barnard
With Baby goes a big part of our class of 1962 - I wish I’d done a better job of keeping up! There will be a big hole in our reunion in May. Great obit picture, Babe! May we all look that good!
Babe was my friend for life. We had lots of fun and created some crazy memories. We shall always miss her. Prayers for all her family.
To my aunt Baby you were a cool aunt!! I never knew you had another name other than Baby until I was a teenager!!! Love and miss you!!
Babe was a classmate and friend. We always had fun cutting up in Mrs. Collingsworth's class with The other guys. She was a special person who will be greatly missed. Prayers for Lee and family.
So sorry for your loss!God bless the family!
My condolences to Ramona’s family, we had many fun times together in Rotary.Irene Gray
Babe was a classmate and friend for years. I am so sorry to learn about her death. My prayers are with you and your family and friends. Judy Southerland Maddox. Class of 1962