of Bono, AR
June 17, 1966 - May 30, 2023
Tammy Jo Wilson, 56, of Bono, AR passed away on Tuesday, May 30, 2023 at her home. She was born on June 17, 1966 to Dickey Joe and Jewel Dean (Goodson) Wicker. Tammy Jo worked as an LPN, before climbing to the position of Administrator. Of the Christian faith, Tammy Jo loved to spend her time crafting, singing and dancing, sci-fi movies with great graphics, her cats and spending time with her grandchildren.Tammy Jo is preceded in death by her parents.Those left to cherish the memory of Tammy Jo are her loving husband of 32 years, Allen Wilson; sons, Dustin (Kimberly) Wicker and Troy Allen Wilson; daughter, Jodi (Jay) Wilson; grandchildren, Rhea Wilson, Tabitha Wilson and Katie Price; brothers, Terry Lee Wicker and Doug Wicker and many friends and loved ones. A funeral service will be held at Roller Farmers Union Funeral Home in Jonesboro, AR on Friday, June 2, 2023 at 2:00 PM with Bro. Rick Clark officiating. Burial will follow at Old Military Cemetery in Sedgewick.A visitation will precede the service beginning at 1 PM at Roller Farmers Union Funeral Home in Jonesboro.Honored to serve as pall bearers are Jay Wilson, Dustin Wicker, Terry Wicker, Doug Wicker, Steven Fortenberry and Jason Guntharp.Arrangements are under the care of Roller-Farmers Union Funeral Home.
Tammy was a wonderful loving friend I have seen ya in a long time since that time in church. I love ya girl been missing you
Tammy Jo , you were such a sweet lady. My daughter loved you dearly. Fly high sweetie.
RIP cuz loved n missed gone to early but never forgotten we had r days till we meet again
A angel on earth has gained her wings in heaven. You were always an example to others and my memories of you will last till I am gone.
We love you Nanny Joe! We'll miss you so much!
My prayers go out to all of Tammy Jo's family and friends at this difficult time. I worked with her for five years and it was such a Blessing to have known Tammy Jo. I will truly miss her as I know everyone else will too! Heaven definitely gained a precious angel when Tammy Jo went home.
On behalf of the Barker families, we wish to express our sincere condolences to all of Tammy Jo's families. Our mother was a resident at Craighead County Nursing Home for nearly 10 years. Tammy Jo was golden. She had a great big heart and smile. She cared personally and professionally for all of the residents. Our mother passed away about 16 years ago at the nursing home. Her name is Mary Barker. From the first visit to look into placement for our mother to live at CCNH, Tammy Jo was the first staff member we met. OMG - we were so blessed that she was one of the precious staff members that took care of our mother. Our family just fell in love with her. All of you are in our hugs and prayers during this time and the difficult days to come!
She was definitely a sweet and kind lady. Worked with her many years at Craighead Nursing Center where we met. She will definitely be missed. Prayers to her family. God bless
My sweet Tammy Jo. I can't believe you are not here on this earth any longer. How I wished our visit would had taken place last year. I want you to know that the news of the Lord calling you home did not "Rock Me Gently". It was a serious heavy blow to my heart!Our Lord and Savior now has you in his Devine presence and oh how I know you are rejoicing with your loved that went before you. God has received his Angel back home and may you be at peace. Take in the unimaginable beautiful streets of gold. The glorious sounds of the Angels singing. The love you are receiving from your loved ones must be absolutely awesome. Lady bird please fly high, I can't wait to come home to rejoice with you. You are free from all the illness and earthly pains now. Please know how much I love you, miss you, and I am awaiting for reunion. God speed my love. God speed.