of Lake City, AR
June 13, 1931 - January 11, 2021
Billy Joe Carner, 89, of Lake City, passed away Monday, January 11, 2021 at St. Bernards Medical Center. He was born June 13, 1931 in Lake City to Albert ''AB'' Marion and Ora (Adcock) Carner. Mr. Carner served in the United State Army and was a brick mason. He was of the Baptist belief. Mr. Carner also enjoyed fishing, hunting and trapping, but he loved making a big garden.Preceded in death by his parents; brothers, Eugene ''Bootsie'' Carner and Raymond ''Hatchet'' Carner; sisters, Leavourn McGough, Juanita Adams, Bonnie Carner, Bettye Emerik and Sarah Overman.Survivors include his loving wife of 52 years, Juanita Mae Carner; son, Bradley (Janet) Carner; grandson, Luke Carner; brother, Marion''Buddy'' (Linda) Carner and sister, Norma Stotts.All services will be private.Arrangements are under the direction of Roller-Farmers Union Funeral Home.Online guestbook: www.rollerfuneralhomes.com/Jonesboro
I'm so sorry! I just now saw this. I enjoyed talking to Joe so much. He will be greatly missed.
Brad, if you are a reflection of your Father and I'm certain you are, then he must have been a truly wonderful man. So sorry for your loss. Peace be with you and your family.
Brad, I am so sorry for your loss. I pray that you and your family will receive comfort during this difficult time. Please know that your work family is thinking about you.
Brad You and your entire family are in our prayers during this time of loss. May God grant you his peace that passes all understanding.
So sorry to hear of Joe's passing. Praying for you and your family. He will be greatly missed.
Brad, so sorry for your loss. Peace, prayers and blessings for you and your family.
Brad,Sorry for your loss. Prayers for your family.
Juanita and family, am so sorry for your loss of Joe and sending my sympathy to one and all. Don't know you Brad but if you are anything like your dad was, you are one good man. Joe always had that contagious smile on his face and was soeasy to talk to. Joe is in a better place than we are no, so rejoice that he is no longer suffering...May God Bless. Deepest sympathy.
I knew Joe as a good husband, father, granddad. I will miss him. My prayers go up for the family.
Brad, sending peace to you and your family as you celebrate your dad's life and all the people he loved and cared for.
Mr. Joe will always be part of my best memories working with my Dad on homes in the area. I will continue to lift up the family in prayer. He will be missed.
I am so sorry for your loss. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.
Brad,It has been inspiring to watch how you prioritize your family and sharing the outdoors with them. It certainly sounds like it was a passion from your father and one you help to cultivate in such a great way both with your son and for Arkansans. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.
So sorry for your loss. Praying for your family.
Sad to here about uncle joe . Sure loved growing up down at the fish market with him and my Pa Pa fish (Hatchet). He was a good man and always had a huge garden .
I enjoyed meeting Mr. Carner at Arkansas Trappers Association fur sales while he was still actively trapping and I was very sorry to hear of his passing.
We are so sorry for your loss. May you find comfort in knowing he is with the Lord now.
Sorry for your loss. Continued prayers for you all.
Bradso sorry to hear of loss of your dad. He was a fine man . Prayers for family .SincerelyTheresa (Austin) Howarth
So sorry for your loss. Mr. Joe will be missed, he was a good man and we thought a lot of him. May God comfort you and Your family in the days ahead. Love and prayers. Linda and Carroll Simpson
So sorry for your loss, Norma. I remember Joe while growing up in L .C. Thank you for sharing this.
Praying for your family in your loss, For God’s comfort and blessing
Joe was a fine man and one of a kind. He was always good to me. I had already been missing him on the river. There was one log that I always saw Joe crappie fish around. I never would fish around it even when he wasn't there. I won't fish around it now either.My condolences go out to his family and the friends of "A Real River Man." Curt SeymoreJonesboro, AR
So sorry to hear of Joe's passing. Loved sitting up at Jordan's with him and listening to all his hunting/fishing stories. Prayers are with you Miss Juanita and Brad and your family.Larry and Marsha Ladd