of Scranton, AR
September 23, 1945 - June 11, 2022
Jack Charles Stovall, 76, a resident of Scranton, passed away Saturday, June 11, 2022, at his home. He was born September 23, 1945, in Scipio, Oklahoma to the late Nealy and Lela (Crandell) Stovall. Jack served in the United States Marine Corps during the Vietnam War. After his military service, he spent many of his working years in home construction with two of his brothers. In his spare time, Jack enjoyed playing pool and dominoes. Jack also had the gift of writing heartfelt prose and poetry. In addition to his parents, Jack was preceded in death by ten brothers, Richard, Andy, Elmer, Melvin, Raymond, Jesse, Bob, Bill, Gene and Willis "Son" Stovall and a sister, Frances Lucille Jackson.Survivors include a daughter, Jacqueline "Jackie" Stovall of Newcastle, Oklahoma; a son, Jack Stovall, Jr. and wife, Amber of Vicksburg, Mississippi; seven grandchildren, Mercedes Flores of Jacksonville, North Carolina, Natalie Flores of Weatherford, Oklahoma and Nathan, Landon, Tyler, Colton and Robbie Stovall, all of Vicksburg, Mississippi; his first great grandchild is on the way; a brother, Buck Stovall of Brazoria, Texas; a sister, Ginger Cornstubble of Fort Worth, Texas and numerous nieces and nephews. Jack was a proud American Patriot, a Christian and a Marine. Graveside Services will be held at 11:00 a.m., Tuesday, June 21, 2022, at Fort Smith National Cemetery. Burial will follow under the direction of Roller Funeral Home in Paris.
My favorite time with Uncle Jack was him taking us through some thick woods with a trail worn into them. I was scared of snakes even ticks! We ended up at this beautiful fishing hole and stayed there for hours. It was a group of us. I will never forget the scenery either! It was breathtaking. Will miss you bunches. Tell my Momma hello... love you
I will miss you so much. The last phone call you said that when i went to R.I. to live you cried and cried because i always protected you. I will miss our phone calls each week we talked about aches and pains haha. RIP dear Brother LOVE you!!!
I will never forget how you and Jean welcomed my husband and myself into your home when we would come to TN. It was a great joy to see you so happy to see us. We love you and you will be missed by many.
Miss you Uncle Jack. I will miss your laughter, your blunt sense of humor, and conversation, like the last time seeing each other... we had a good talk. Love you and Rest well!
I love you daddy ❤️
Jack I will forever miss you. Your stories. Your poems. Your kind words and your gifts. To me your were such an amazing dear friend that I looked forward to your smiling face and your poems everyday. I will forever miss you.
Jack you will always be remembered! Thank you for all the wonderful years of Friendship! Love you very much my friend! Will always remember the poems to help me through the hard times! May God watch over your whole family!
I will miss my Uncle dearly. I have many great memories of him and with him.
We surely mis this wonderful man. He was an inspiration to me and my kids. He loved to right poems. And was so proud he found his Daughter Jackie as we call her. After my mom his sister passed he would call or come by and check on me and say hey kiddo are you doing okay. Love you. I will miss him and his laughter.