of Beebe, AR
March 15, 1927 - January 31, 2022
Paul Ellis Bolick, 94, of Beebe, passed away, January 31, 2022. He was born March 15, 1927 in Keiser, AR to James and Thelma Bolick. After his parents death he was raised by his Uncle Pete Bolick. He was a farmer and owned a landscaping business, he retired in 1998. He was a member of Beebe First United Methodist Church. He was proud to have served his country at Pearl Harbor in the US Navy during WWII. He enjoyed fishing, hunting and working in his yard. He was a great husband and father to his daughter Paula and former son-in-law, Bill. He was survived by his family members: Mr. and Mrs. Charles Perry (Lou), Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Castor (Pam), Mr. and Mrs Travis Senter (Edra), Teresa Shoemake McVay, Rhonda Callaway, Bart Sorrells (Karla), Bob Sorrells (Michelle), Chris Parker (Danielle), Brett Calaway, Jessica Ashcraft, Chris, Michael, Emily Sorrells and 2nd cousin: Bobby Bolick. He is preceded in death by his parents; wife: Lois Shoemaker Bolick; daughter: Paula Edra Bolick Green; brother: Glenn Bolick and sister Carmenita Bolick.
I am a down-the-street neighbor and met Mr. Bolick only about a year ago when I stopped to tell him how much I enjoyed driving by his beautifully manicured yard. He was trimming shrubs at the time. We became friends talking about gardening, his deceased daughter & wife, and his love of being a Navy veteran. He was a delightfully interesting gentleman with a cute sense of humor and will be missed by many.
Paul and Lois were wonderful neighbors for over 20 years and will definitely be missed. So many stories over so many years... I am so happy he is at peace once again!
Mr. Paul was neighbor for 7 years next door in Beebe, enjoy each time I visited with him,he will be missed
Paul will be missed. He was a great neighbor to us for many years.
Thought a lot of Mr. Bolick. His daughter and I were good friends. Worked many years with his wife.Prayers and love to the family.
Salute to a WWII veteran. He was a good neighbor, a caring person and will be missed by all who knew him.
So sorry about Bunn. He was a fun loving person. Could always make you laugh. He will be missed by all.