Rhonda Lynn Ulloth was born March 17, 1964 – growing up in Corpus Christi Texas; leaving us on August 5, 2018. Rhonda is survived by her mother Evelyn Laverne Lybarger, her husband Gus Ulloth, her pupsters Sophie and Sadie and hundreds of family and friends who loved her and miss her desperately.
Rhonda’s mission in life was to spread happiness and love where ever she went. The underdog was her champion. Her days were filled with making other lives better. She loved animals, she loved her family, she loved her friends (and there are a lot of them); and she loved Texas. Only Texas was big enough to fit her heart.
Because Rhonda’s life impacted so many, there are 4 celebrations planned to celebrate her life. The first was in Glenwood Arkansas, August 19 2018 at 2pm at the Bonnerdale Seventh Day Adventist church, 709 Adventist Church Rd, Bonnerdale, Arkansas.
The family requests in lieu of flowers, donations be made to an Animal Rescue/Pet Charity of choice…or adopt a pet and provide a loving home to a pet needing one.
The other celebrations will be in the Napa Valley early October 2018, in Corpus Christi March 2019 and finally in New Bruanfels Texas the weekend of her birthday 2019. Rhonda’s Facebook page will have details as they become available.
Cremation arrangements were entrusted to A Natural State Funeral Service, 2620 West Main Street, Jacksonville, Arkansas, 72076. 501-982-3400
To my soul mate and the love of my life…I will always love you to the moon and back. I miss you so much. Gustopher
Rhonda was one-of-a-kind! She was sweet and fun and I miss our talks. My life is forever changed. My heartfelt sympathy to Gus. 💜💜💜
We shared a lot of laughs (and a middle name!) Miss you, Rhonda. Life has far fewer sparkles and much less glitter without you.
Such a dear friend for many years, will miss her beautiful smile, honking her horn as she drove past my house, waving her hand as she passed by. Many, many memories of a great woman.
I am so very sorry to hear this news. Rhonda and I attended our first 10 years (K-9) of school together, and I still have specific memories of her. I last saw her (in person) in 1986 and would have enjoyed seeing her more often if our paths had aligned. She always seemed to have a smile or laugh, looking at the brighter side of life. She was an integral part of my childhood, and I will miss her. Sad that she left our world at such a young age, but I believe she will find her place with God in heaven.
I am so sorry Gus. Rhonda was a great lady and I will miss her greatly!
My dear sweet Rhonda. My flower girl. I remember the day you were brought home. You will always be our girl