of Vilonia, AR
March 20, 1962 - February 8, 2022
Becky Sue Culver, 59, of Vilonia, AR went to be with the Lord Tuesday, February 8, 2022. She was born March 20, 1962 in Des Moines, Iowa. Becky was preceded in death by Betty and Gene Culver (parents), Barbara Lee (mother), and Cole Davis (brother-in-law).Becky is survived by her sister, DeAnna Davis, brothers, Kenneth Culver (Darcy) and Ronald Culver; Niece, Kaci Culver, nephews, Josh Davis (Kristyn), Ethan Culver (Kelly); Goddaughters, Bridgette Cain (Jesse), Nicole Woudstra (Travis) and her best friend from childhood, Teresa Nelson.Becky was a member of Antioch Baptist Church and had 40 years of nursing experience stateside and abroad. She was very passionate about volunteering and served on numerous mission trips including Romania. Becky was an avid traveler to all 50 states and proud photographer to commemorate her journeys. Becky loved to help others and was a generous giver. She was a loving sister and friend and will be greatly missed by all who knew and loved her.Visitation will be from 6pm to 8pm Friday, February 11, 2022 at Roller-McNutt Funeral Home in Conway. Funeral services will be held at 10am, Saturday at the funeral home. Pastors Shawn Hammontree and Bobby Tucker will be officiating. Burial will be at Maple Row Cemetery in Kellerton, Iowa.
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Becky was always so very kind to me. I remember one time we were talking about “up north.” Becky talked about a rhubarb pie~~I had never heard of that pie. She was shocked! The next weekend we worked, Becky had made a rhubarb pie!She told me everyone needed to try rhubarb! And it was delicious, I must say! I feel honored to have worked with her & call her my friend. She will be missed.
Becky was my best friend and I miss her so much. 💔 She was an amazing person. Always willing to help wherever there was a need. Give whatever was needed and loved her family and friends with her whole heart. ❤️ She is and always will be greatly missed. I’m thankful for a lifetime of wonderful memories with her. (My partner in crime) Prayers of comfort and peace to her family and friends as we grieve our loss.
Gene and Betty so sorry for your lost. Becky was a great friend. And a great woman. She was so great with my blind son Corey he love her so much and so did I. Sending you hugs and love. Cassie & Corey Overton
Becky is a good person with a heart bigger than anyone could imagine. She was very giving and loving. Her charitable works has touched many. I have had the privilege of working with her. She is trustworthy and reliable. I am sure she is in heaven....
I am sorry to here of Becky’s passing. My thoughts and prayers are with her family.
Becky was a great friend and sister in Christ, I was blessed to have known her. May the assurance we have in Christ - an eternity in heaven - be a comfort to the hearts of all those that long to see Becky again! Farewell sweet friend!
Our heartfelt condolences… Becky will be missed and loved by many.
There aren’t words to adequately express how much Becky will be missed by all of us who were blessed to have her in our lives. Whenever I think of a servant’s heart, I will always think of Becky.She had a gift of seeing a need and knowing just how to fill it. She did so much for so many.
It was good to know you and to have worked with you. Truly, a good person. May God comfort your family.
Becky was very sweet and a nurse friend! Rest In Peace!
So sorry for the loss of Beckey. She will be missed.
You and your family were blessed to have Becky with you on this earth. Now God is blessed to have Becky with him in his kingdom. Sincere condolences for your loss. Our love Jane and Greg Cooper
Becky had a Heart of Gold!! Condolences and prayers to everyone in Our Family.
Our condolences and sympathy to Becky's family and friends. Our love especially to Ken, our chosen brother.
We worked with Becky for many years, she was a fantastic nurse. She was a resource for new nurses, dependable, knowledgeable, a strong charge nurse, and most importantly she was good to her patients. As nurses, our identity can be wrapped up in our profession. Becky had so much more to her than just nursing. She had a generous, kind heart. She was a great example of generosity in action with her mission work. We were privileged to have known her, to have worked with her, and to have called her our friend. She will be missed.
The first time I met Becky I knew she was an amazing woman. My heartfelt condolences to her family and friends. May you all find comfort in knowing you will see her again one day. 🙏
It will be difficult for anyone to fill Becky's shoes at Antioch. She was such a generous person and always volunteering. We need a thousand more like her! If you were lucky enough to be her friend, you were blessed!
Ken & Darcy, I am so very sorry for your loss. Sending prayers for you and your family. -Lisa
I know Becky will be so missed. She had a kind heart and had a giving personality. I’m so sorry for your loss. Prayers for comfort and healing.
Always loved having you as a friend and enjoyed the many times we worked together over the years. May you find peace now xx
I was only lucky enough to meet Becky once or twice but I will never forget what a generous person she was. We always loved getting the loving care packages she sent up for us. She was someone who just felt like family to everyone. -Hannah and Tim Schultz