of Batesville, AR
December 5, 1940 - April 17, 2022
My Thi Kieu Nquyen, 81, of Batesville passed away April 17, 2022.She was born December 5, 1940 in Phan Thiet, Vietnam to Trien and Gioi Thi (Phan) Kieu. My loved her kids, being around family, and her glassware. She enjoyed cooking for her family and loved kiddos. Survivors include her husband, Be Nguyen of the home; four sons, Cang Nguyen (Phuong) of San Diego, California; Paul Nguyen (Nguyet) of Southaven, Mississippi; Tri Nguyen (Melissa) of Batesville; and Tung ''Tom'' Nguyen (Uyen Chau) of Colleyville, Texas; two daughters, Kim Nguyen (Johnny) of Grand Prairie, Texas, Ann Smith (David) of McKinney, Texas; five brothers, Nam Pham of Newport; Thanh Kieu of Vietnam, Minh Kieu of Vietnam, Sang Kieu of Vietnam, and Hung Kieu of Vietnam; one sister, Anh Kieu of Vietnam; twelve grandchildren, Trent Nguyen, Joseph Nguyen, Kent Nguyen, Jaden Nguyen, Daniel Nguyen, Thien Nguyen, Tiffany Nguyen, Tiffany Nguyen, Katelyn Nguyen, Kayla Nguyen, Christina Nguyen, and Ai-Phung Nguyen.She was preceded in death by her parents and her daughter, Hanh Nguyen.Pallbearers are her sons and grandsons.Funeral services will be held Saturday, April 23, 2022 at 10:00am at the Roller-Crouch Funeral Home in Batesville. Burial will follow at Oaklawn Cemetery.Visitation will be from 5:00pm until 7:00pm Friday, April 22, 2022 at the funeral home.
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Grandpa, I'm sorry I'm not there and I hope you stay knowing that she loved you with every strand of being. I miss you and all the family and love you all. I can't wait to be home to comfortable you all. I will miss grandma more than many words can express. I already miss her eggrolls, food, fellowship, tender hugs, and excitement each time we came home. To the family, thanks for being with Kim since I was afforded the opportunity to make it home. It means the world to me during this fragile time in my life. I hope that she will be a forever bright light through rest of all of our futures To my Kim, I'll be home soon enough to see us through this darkness and hope to make up for lost feelings, time, and love. To grandma, thanks for helping me through life's most questionable times, thanks for being there, suffer nevermore and I will miss you a lot and may we meet again in after life. Finally, MY, family and friends may we be able to cry, mourn, and rejoice these moments together and strengthen us all to a betterment to each other and for everyone we encounter of our paths to Nirvana.
Chung con xin chia buon cung gia dinh.