of Bee Branch, AR
June 27, 1925 - June 21, 2023
Louise Lankford, 97, of Bee Branch, Arkansas passed away peacefully in her home June 21, 2023. She was born on June 27, 1925 to Dewey and Eunice (Stark) McKim of Bee Branch, Arkansas.She was preceded in death by her parents; her husband, Vernon of 45 years and was the last of her five siblings. Louise was also preceded in death by two of her children, Larry and Johnny Lankford.She had a large and loving family that gave her numerous grandchildren and great-grandchildren and each one was just as special as the last. She lived for her children and grandchildren and loved spending time with her entire family. You could always find her doing puzzles, whether it was a jigsaw puzzle or later in life, crossword and word search puzzles. She loved traveling camping and fishing. If she could do any of these activities with family it was a perfect day. She lived to be a week shy of 98 years old and her life was a life well lived and well loved. The family takes solace in the fact that she now lives in her eternal home and can rejoice with her loved ones in Heaven. Louise is survived by seven of her nine children: Roger (Gale) Lankford, Wayne (Mattie) Lankford, Jackie Lankford, Dwight (Donna) Lankford, Therman (Cindy) Lankford, Karen (Richard) Becker and Regina (Larry) Iburg.Visitation services will be Friday, June 23, 2023 from 12:00 to 1:00 p.m. at Bee Branch Baptist Church in Bee Branch, Arkansas with funeral services following at 1:00 p.m. Interment will take place at the Bee Branch Cemetery. To express online condolences please visit www.rollerfuneralhomes.com/clinton
From the family of Ellis and Bernice Ward. We are so sorry for the loss of Louise. We always loved, as kids, going to Aunt Tennies because we knew the Langford kids would be there. We loved these visits. I was so glad to see how many honored her at her funeral. Love and hugsðŸŒ¹
Prayers and peace to the family ðŸ™
Praying for comfort for all who loved Mrs. Louise!
Thinking of the family during your loss. Louise lived a loving and long life.
So sorry to hear about her passing I know that she was very loved by her family
Prayers of peace and comfort for the family. She was a wonderful woman who loved a blessed life!
I was only 16 when Louis became my mother in law but she took me for one of her own that day and it never changed. I also got a lot of siblings and I love them all so much my prayers are with you all I know she will always be near us she is such a precious lady and I love you all so much
So sorry for your loss she was very Blessed to have such a great family ðŸ’”ðŸ’”praying for yâ€™all during this time ðŸ™ðŸ»ðŸ™ðŸ»
I loved Louise like a second mom. She always loved my kids like her own grandchildren. She was a wonderful lady and I will miss her. I am praying for you all. Love in Christ. Darlene Bowlin-Harris
So sorry for your loss, great memories and love will keep her in your heart and mind for the rest of your lifeâ€™s . Sending prayers for each of you may you find the peace as you go on from here
Aunt Louise I will miss you forever! You are the only person who called me Wendy Lou. I cherished every letter you wrote me and they meant so much to me. I love you.....
I am so sorry I am so glad I got to come to one of her birthday parties
I am so sorry for your loss. I love each of you... prayers for comfort and peace
So sorry for your loss Cindy. Prayers for all of you, may God wrap his arms around you in comfort.
We are so sorry for your loss.Prayers for peace and comfort to all of you.We love y'all Buddy, Mary & Amy Ward
I have known Louise and her entire family for most of my life. Lived next door to her and have always been a friend to the family. So sorry for your loss, God bless you all.
Sending love to the entire family. Unfortunately, I wonâ€™t be able to attend Grannyâ€™s services. I am needed to help with my son in law (he was diagnosed with Lou Gehrigâ€™s disease). I am sad that I wonâ€™t be able to be there to share my love and memories with you all. Keeping you all in my thoughts and prayers.
Rest in peace, Louise, you will be missed