of West Plains, MO
December 12, 1936 - July 11, 2022
Mrs. Lula Mae Talbott, 85, of West Plains, Missouri passed away Monday, July 11, 2022 in West Plains. She was a Baxter retiree, a member of the Mountain Home Church of Christ, (where she volunteered in many activities), and a volunteer at the Paragould Children's Home, Mountain Home Public Schools and Baxter Regional Medical Center for many years. She enjoyed horses, making stained glass projects, hiking, sewing and gardening. She always said family was special and it showed with the time she spent with her grandchildren. Lula is survived by her husband, John Talbott; son, Terry Talbott (Tammy); daughter, Rhonda Jones; 5 grandchildren, Letitia Wilkening (Jeff), Amanda Grigsby (Clayton), Brooke Johnson (Jeremy), Elysha Talbott and Ashley Ray (Derek); 9 great-grandchildren, Ayden, Ben, Cade, Trett, Coldin, Mackenzie, Bryson, Dallas and Roxy and 1 brother, Donis Simpson (Barbara). She is preceded in death by her parents. A visitation will be held between 1-2:00pm on Saturday, July 16, 2022 at Roller Funeral Home with funeral services to follow. Interment will be at Baxter Memorial Gardens. In lieu of flowers, please make donations to the Paragould Children's Home.
Lula Mae was a beautiful person inside and out. We enjoyed a lot of time with Lula Mae and Eldon. She did a lot of volunteer work. Sorry . She will be missed. Jerry & Bettye Honey
So sorry to hear of Lula Mae's passing. She always brightened the room with her sweet smile.
Our sincere condolences to all the family. Lu was such a beautiful person inside and out with a heart of gold.
Aunt LulaMae was the perfect Aunt. I remember all the Talbott dinners with her, Mom and Helen laughing in the kitchen. She told me how much I would love being a grandma and she was on the spot with all her advice. I know Uncle Eldon is heartbroken and J will be praying for all of you. I love you all and wil see you Saturday.
Family and Friends of Lu. So sorry for your loss. Sincere condolences to each of you. Prayers.
Eldon, Terry & families We are so sorry to here about Lula Mae.She was a lovely Christian woman, always helping with a smile on her face.
I have known Lu most of my life. She was one of the most elegant Christian ladies I have ever met. She will be remembered well. 🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻
So sorry for the loss of Lula Mae. Such a sweet lady she was.
I'm so sorry for her loss . She was a very nice person . I knew her at the LAB & AT CHURCH .
Oh sweet Lula Mae, you were always one of my favorites. You had elegance and gracefulness and kindness just like my momma. So so sorry for your loss Talbott family. She brought so many smiles to this community.