of Searcy, AR
September 22, 1928 - March 25, 2021
Mary Clearine King 92, of Searcy went into the arms of her loving Savior Thursday, March 25, 2021. She was born at Davenport, Arkansas on September 22, 1928 to the late William (Will) and Viola (Meacham) King.She was a member of the Park Avenue Baptist Church in Searcy, Arkansas. Clearine began attending services there in 1950 and was a faithful member. She loved and enjoyed the fellowship of her Church family.In addition to her parents Clearine was preceded in death by her brothers, Barney, Lem and Bill King; her sisters Ruth King, Neva Capps and Dean McFadden; a nephew Lynn Roe King and a niece Deanna Sullivan.Clearine is survived by two nephews, Roland King (Paulette) of Herndon, Virginia, Sid King (Judi) of Clinton, Arkansas and two nieces Fern Hoofman (Donnie) and Linda Landis of Searcy, Arkansas, as well as, numerous other great nieces and nephews.A Graveside Service will be held 10:00A.M., Monday, March 29, 2021 at Roosevelt Cemetery in Judsonia, Arkansas.Covid 19 protocol will be followed.Online guestbook: rollerfuneralhomes.com/searcy
My Aunt Clearine was truly one of the best people to ever know. When I had my baby I told her if it was a girl I was going to name it after her. She laughed and said well what if it was a boy? I said I would name him after Uncle Bill and she said you know Bill was his nick name! We had a great laugh. As a young kid I would ride my bike to her house and we would visit or read one of her many books snd there was chocolate pie often. She was so wise and kind. We woukd often look at photos together and she would fill me in on everyone and tell me who I was related to! There were a LOT of Kings out there. I was shocked to read of her passing. I will miss her greatly.
What a wonderful lady, she won everyone s heart, she was a devoted Christian, she will be missed by so many, we attend Church at Park Avenue Baptist with her sending love and prayers
Aunt Clearine was a sweet and truly Christian lady. She lived her life in service to her family and community. She was always one of the first people to come to the hospital and give her love and support to family and friends during an illness or surgery.She was a wonderful cook and her chocolate meringue pie was the best!She made a beautiful quilt for me years ago which I still use and proudly display.She was quite a lady and she will be missed.
Aunt Clearine was a sweet and truly Christian lady. She spent her life in Christian service to her family and community. When a family member was ill or injured, she was always one of the first friendly faces to come to the hospital and offer her much welcomed support. She was a wonderful cook and didn’t mind sharing her delicious recipes. I still make her wonderful chocolate meringue pie, although mine doesn’t taste as good as hers! She made a beautiful quilt for me, which I still use and proudly display. Her loving presence and servant’s heart will be missed.
We truly loved Miss Clearine. She had a great sense of humor, loved cooking, loved her church family. Loved visiting her with our grandchildren. Always had something funny to share with them. She will definitely be missed. Thankful she is walking with the Lord now.
Clearine was a person who would do anything to help someone. She was my aunt but also a wonderful friend. I miss her
Thank you for the memories and I will miss you very much. Love, Jennifer and Duffy.
Aunt Clearine was a wonderful woman I was blessed to know. From making me delicious desserts to running around the yard with me. Our love for animals was a common bond. I love and miss her greatly.