of Harrison, AR
May 6, 1930 - July 22, 2023
Virginia Fern Tramell Arnold passed away July 22nd, 2023 at The Springs of Mt. Vista in Harrison, Arkansas. She was born to Lawrence Studyvin Sr. and Zada (Robinson) Studyvin on May 6th, 1930 in Batavia, Arkansas. She is preceded in death by her first husband, Winifred Tramell; her second husband, Joe Arnold; her sisters, Stella Freeman, and Joyce Studyvin; a brother, Lawrence Studyvin Jr. and a grandson, Rodney Poor. She is survived by her daughters, Rita Tramell, Becky and her husband, Ricky Poor and extra daughter, Jane and her husband, Brad Daniels; her sister, June Horton; her grandchildren, Christi Couch, Shane and his wife, Maranda Poor; her great-grandchildren, Lacee and her husband, John Brossman, Mac and his wife, Kayla Carter, Nick and his wife, Kaylee Launius, Payton Hopper, Morgan Hopper, Colton Poor, Bekah Poor, Lexi Poor and Ben and his wife, Lakyn Daniels; her great-great grandchildren, Justus Brossman, Saryn Brossman, Nevaeh Carter, Macson Carter, Zada Carter, Aurora Launius and Ellis Hopper and her very best friend and companion, Keith McInturff. Fern was blessed to be a part of the big Levi's family where she retired after 40+ years. She enjoyed bragging about the 5 generations of her family. She was loved by so many and easily returned that love. Her family will sorely miss her. The funeral service was Friday, July 28th, 2023, at Roller-Christeson Funeral Home, with Bro. Ohmer Dyal officiating. Burial was at Grubb Springs Cemetery. Pallbearers were Virginia's grandsons. A special thanks to Legacy Hospice, Dr. Tom Leslie, The Leslie Clinic, and everyone at Maple Esplanade and The Springs of Mt. Vista.
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Becky, Rick and family,So sorry for your loss. What a wonderful daughter she raised, so I know she had to have been a wonderful Mother. What a blessing you have been to our family, Becky. Praying God grants you peace and comfort in the coming days ahead.Prayers and love,Phyllis
Shane and family, prayers for you and the family.
Jane and Brad,Iâ€™m so sorry to hear about your mom. We are praying for your comfort in the days and months to come.
So sorry for your loss i know she will be missed. Thoughts and prayers for all of you. Bob & Judy
Becky & Family. May God provide you with his strength & glory at this difficult time. Prayers Mike & Brenda Chaney
Aunt Fern was a most kind and compassionate person. Mom, June Horton will miss they're weekly telephone calls mostly just to hear her voice and tell her how much she loved her. Rest in peace Aunt Fern, Lord knows your crown jewels are awaiting your journey to heaven. May God bless the hearts of all who loved her specifically Rita and Becky. You are always in our prayers even though we are many miles apart. Mom, Aunt June and I, love and miss you all.
I am so sorry for your loss. Brad and Jane, you and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.
Thoughts and prayers with you and your family during this time of loss. Remember the love, laughter, and heartfelt moments with your loved one.- Tammy Dennis, American National
My condolences to the Tramell, Arnold, Poor and Daniels families! I have worked many years with Mrs. Arnold's "extra" son-in-law, Brad. Sending prayers.
Condolence to you and your family.
Rita and Becky, I am so sorry for your loss! Moms and daughters have such a special bond. You and your families are in my thoughts and prayers.
Praying for Virginia's family, I worked with her at Levi's. A very sweet lady and she knew how to do her job, very dependable. May God Comfort you.
The staff at NATS sends our deepest condolences to the family. We are keeping all of you in our prayers.
Prayers for all the family. â™¥ï¸
She was one of a kind! Deepest condolences to all of her wonderful family â¤ï¸
Iam so sorry for ur loss
Fern was always a very welcoming and kind person to us. She will be missed by us and many others. Love and prayers for all of her wonderful family.
Many prayers to all of you.
I have wonderful memories of Aunt Fern and Uncle Winifred in their house â€œon the hillâ€! She was warm, loving and so sassy! She will be sorely missed and never forgotten! Rest well Aunt Fern!