of Baker, AR
May 28, 1928 - July 21, 2020
Sue Wallis Horton, age 92 of Baker, Arkansas passed from this life on Tuesday, July 21st, 2020 at Highland Court in Marshall, Arkansas. She was born in Searcy County, Arkansas on May 28th, 1928 to William Noah Wallis and Maude Mae Martin Wallis. Sue married Leonard Dewey Horton on March 22nd, 1947 and to this union was born three children.Sue gave her life to the Lord at an early age and loved to sing the praises of her Savior with Leonard and her family. She was a member of Eastside Missionary Baptist Church. Sue was an exceptional cook and made the best peach cobbler in Searcy County. She loved to can and cook big meals for her family. She was very competitive and loved to win at everything she did, whether it was playing board games with her grandkids, fishing, or cheering on her beloved Razorbacks. Sue was a homemaker and worked for Area Agency for many years. After retiring, Sue spent most of her days working with Leonard in their garden or reeling in fish at Big Creek or Blanchard Springs.Sue was preceded in death by her parents, Noah and Maude Wallis; her husband, Leonard Dewey Horton who passed away in 2017; one daughter, Debra Sue Barnett; and siblings, Dorsey Wallis, Blake Wallis, Daphne Richardson, Jacqueline Harness and Jimmie Carol Wallis.Survivors include one daughter, Louella Mae Scroggins of Clinton; her son, Rodney Lynn Horton (Leisha) of Baker; six grandchildren, Letha Mae Hendrickson (Steve), Shelly Hooper (Jay), Ed Scroggins (Allison), John Thomas Barnett, Haley Yarbrough (Kyle) and Hattie Belle Grinder (Shane); six great-grandchildren, Hannah Rue Ragsdale, Sarah Grace Scroggins, Rachel Barnett, Gus Scroggins, Colt Yarbrough, Adley Scroggins, Lennie Belle Grinder, due in November and Benjamin Edward Scroggins, due in September; siblings, Wyeth Lee Wallis, Larry Douglas Wallis, Joe Wallis and Mary Rose Acre; and many other extended family who will mourn her passing.Graveside services for Sue will be 10:00 AM Thursday, July 23rd, 2020 at Red Hill Cemetery near Baker with Bro. David Wallis officiating. Special music will be performed by Sue's granddaughter, Hattie Belle Grinder. Pallbearers will be David Wallis, Shane Grinder, Kyle Yarbrough, Danny Wallis, Ed Scroggins and Gus Scroggins. Honorary Pallbearer will be Colt Yarbrough . Roller-Coffman Funeral Home is complying with the Arkansas Department of Health guidelines for COVID-19 and limiting indoor funeral and visitation attendance to 50 people at one time. We are practicing social distancing and have limited seating. All attendees must provide and wear their own masks before entering.Due to the Covid-19 pandemic we are still practicing social distancing at our graveside services and all patrons are required to wear a mask. Anyone with underlying health conditions are advised to please stay home. You may sign our online guestbook for Sue on our website: www.rollerfuneralhomes.com/marshall
Sorry to hear this. Mrs Horton was a fine lady
Sorry to hear of the loss of Mrs. Sue Horton. Praying for the family
So very sorry to hear of Aunt Sueâ€™s passing. She has always been very dear to me. Prayers for peace and comfort for all her family and friends.
Sue was the sweetest lady I ever known. She will be missed by so many. My thoughts an prayers are with her family at this time.
Rod, We are so sorry for your family's loss we pray that God will comfort you'll in this sad time.
So sorry for your loss, but our loss is heavenâ€™s gain and you know she is rejoicing today! Love and prayers to you all.Regina
Sorry for the loss of your loved one! May God love and comfort you during this time.
Prayers for Godâ€™s comfort and peace.
My prayers go out to the family.
So sorry to hear this. Prayers for all of the family.
So very sorry for your loss. Praying for the family.
So sorry to hear this sad news. Sue will be remembered for her smile and contagious laugh. Sue was special.
Aunt Sue was on my mind the past couple of days. She is a very special lady. I would tell her she was my favorite Aunt, to which there was always an answer that we both would get a good laugh from. Aunt Sue will be missed for a short time. She has gone to her long home. Those who have hope in the resurrection will see her again. I am sorry for your loss. My prayers are with you all. Love you one and all.
Mrs. SUE WAS A VERY SWEETY BUT FIESTY LADY . I WILL MISS HER VERY MUCH. SHE IS WHERE SHE ALWAYS WANTED TO BE: WITH LEONARD, THE LOVE OF HER LIFE.
Sorry for your loss. Prayers for all of the family..
Sorry for your lossPrayers
Louella , I send my condolences to you and the family. She was always so sweet when I came with Debbie to visit. And she was a very good cook . Prayers for comfort for all of you.
So sorry about Aunt Susie. I have a lot of fond memories of her and uncle Leonard. Praying for Rod and Louella and families. God bless you all. Love, Rhonda
So sorry to hear about Aunt Sue's passing. I know she will be missed. May God help you all get through this time.Gail
Sad to hear about Aunt Suzie, praying for comfort for ya'll. Just know she is home now.