of Conway, AR
April 21, 1956 - May 22, 2014
Ben Wallace Hicks, 58, returned to Heaven to join his mother Royce and father Ben on May 22, 2014. Buddy Ben is survived by his sister Andrea Hicks Jaber of Missouri City, Texas; his brother-in-law Thomas Jaber, his nephews and niece, Benjamin, Patricia and Joseph Jaber; and by many uncles, aunts and cousins. A resident of the Conway Human Development Center since its opening, Buddy Ben received wonderful loving care from Felicia Bailey, Dr. Garry Stewart, Julie Davis, and the entire CHDC staff. His family is forever grateful for these people and this place. Memorials to Buddy Ben can be sent to CHDC, 150 E. Siebenmorgan Road, Conway, Arkansas 72032.Buddy Ben's body is next to Mama and Daddy in Mulberry Cemetery in England, Arkansas, but now he is singing and dancing in Heaven.Graveside services will be Saturday, May 24, 2014 at 2:00 P.M. at Mulberry Cemetery. Arrangements by Roller England Funeral Home, 202 Stuttgart Highway, England, Arkansas 72046Online guestbook: www.rollerfuneralhomes.com
Dear AndreaLove and blessings to you all. God has welcomed an angel to heaven. Your Mom was so special to me. She welcomed me to England and took me under her wing. I enjoyed our years of teaching together and visiting with her. I respected your Dad and enjoyed his paper. He and your Mom were very proud of you.
Andi,I am sorry for your loss. I have thought of Buddy Ben many times. I have worked 40 years with special needs children and adults. Buddy Ben was a big reason I chose this field. May he rest in peace.Randy
Andi, you and your family are in our thoughts and prayers. Mother and I were talking about the time we lived behind your folks and we would see Buddy Ben. What a blessing to know he is in heaven.
We were thinking about you all yesterday. Heard the service was lovely. Love and Prayers, Erik, Keri, Allyson & Daniel
Andrea, so sorry to hear about Buddy Ben. Love seeing his sweet picture, just the way we remember him. Your family has always been very special to all of us. We've been out of town for a few days and didn't know until after the service, would love to have been there. Love from all the Hankins family....Pat & Tony