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Wanda Jean Boyles, 63

Wanda Jean Boyles, 63, of Cabot, passed away November 27, 2019. She was born August 23, 1956 in Walnut Ridge, Arkansas to the late Wonda Mae Ferriel.

Jean absolutely adored her “girls”. She was always excited and so proud of every achievement. They were literally her heart. Jean also enjoyed volunteering at Bayou Meto Elementary.

Jean was preceded in death by her mother Wonda Mae Ferriel; grandmother “Nanny”; daughter Jennifer Elizabeth; and sister Rainie Smith.

Jean leaves behind her loving husband of 42 years Joseph “Joe” Boyles; her daughter Melissa Ann Grant; grandchildren Lindsey Rich and Katey Rich; dad John C. McFarlin; siblings William “Jeff” Fulbright (Stacey), Tracee Turner (Michael), Derek McFarlin (Kristine), and Connie Fulbright (Doug); nieces Tiffany Lohman and Astrid Cantu; nephews Ian Fulbright, Aaron Cook, Justin Smith and Tyler Smith; great-niece Maddie Ruiz; and great-nephews Garret Ruiz and Daniel SoLorzano to carry on and cherish her memory.

Celebration of Life will be Friday, December 6, 2019 at 2:00pm at A Natural State Funeral Service, 2620 West Main Street, Jacksonville, Arkansas.

Cremation arrangements entrusted to A Natural State Funeral Service, Jacksonville, Arkansas 72076. 501-982-3400

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  • Pat Huggins Posted December 1, 2019 1:38 PM

    I am heartbroken, Jean worked for me many years ago at Huggins Hilltop Grocery, but more than that I considered her my friend. She always just bubbled, and I loved her trivia knowledge. She was always so proud of Melissa and even more so of the grandkids. I know all the family will miss her, but none more than Joe, they were always great buddies and best friends. Prayers going up for all of the family. Love you all.

  • Shelley Cross Posted December 3, 2019 7:03 PM

    Jean was a part of our lives, by virtue of distance. She lived next door. She was a good women who took on responsibilities not everyone would have. I always enjoyed her frank look at life, I will miss our conversations. It is fitting that she was able to leave this earth quickly. To Joe and the girls, there is no amount of words to ease your pain, bur remember she is always alive as long as she is remembered.

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