Letty “May” Capps, 68, passed away June 30, 2021. She was born December 8, 1952 in Little Rock, Arkansas to the late James Julian Weatherford and Mary Inez Roberts.
May volunteered many years at PCSSD. She enjoyed baking the best treats for family and friends. May attended Gathering of Love in Morrilton.
May is preceded in death by Elizabeth May and Bud Courtney, Sue Ann and Frankie Weatherford, Clarence Capps Jr, Shane Barron, and Donnie McClanahan.
May leaves behind her children Rochelle Smith, Haschel Capps, Patience Capps-Swartz (Kyle), Sissy Nash (Dale), Lynn Roberts (Stephen), Leann Burch, Donnie McClanahan (Emy) and a chosen daughter and very special friend Dee Ann Moore (Ketelaar); grandchildren Dale Jr, Tabby, Danny, Katelyn, Elizabeth, Sidney, Taylor, Rachael, Christian, Donnie, Azia, Dustin, Tristian, David, Darell, Dalton, Daisy; multiple great-grandchildren; her twin sister Fay Bottoms and her siblings Arthur Weatherford (Nancy), Sharon Huffmaster, Charlene Cargile, Marie Weatherford, Deb Courtney, and Vickie Weatherford; a special great-nephew Braxton; and many other nieces, nephews, and extensive family and friends.
The Celebration of Life service will be at Landmark Missionary Baptist Church, 100 Conway Road North Little Rock, AR 72117, on Saturday July 10, 2021 at 6pm.
May’s Family is requesting any Memorials be made to Gathering of Love, 43 Bailey Road, Morrilton, Arkansas 72110.
Arrangements entrusted to A Natural State Funeral Service, 2620 West Main Street, Jacksonville, Arkansas 72076. 501-982-3400
Will NEVER forget May, ALWAYS busy doing something for others….one of The Most Faithful Members Of Her Church, The Gathering Of Love, Always Ready to help If Needed. May was one of those people you meet in Life That made you feel Love and Acceptance No Matter Who You were. God Rest Her Soul….Will See You Again Dear Sister On That Golden Shore. Bro. Buz
Brother Buzz thank you for the beautiful service Momma loved you as we do too
Ms Capps was a very giving and caring person that brightened our days at the school. She was down to earth and easy to talk to, making her a real treasure in this day and time. So many people loved her. Rest In Peace & Love.
Love this lady. She would always hug me and make sure she asked how I was doing when she would come in Texas Roadhouse. I don’t allow myself to get attached to many people but this lady had a piece of my heart. Will miss seeing her
Thank you for your comment she loved to eat there
Ms. Capps was a joy to be around. She was caring and selfless, always put others ahead of herself.
Thank you she was definitely incredible
RIP Aunt May..you will be greatly missed..
❤️❤️❤️ love you Kathy
My heart breaks for her family she was so loved by many she knew me my whole life her and Fay where my moms best friend. My thoughts and prayers are with y’all 💔❤️
Thank you for your thoughts and prayers
Mrs. Capps you will surely be miss, thanks for all the help when I bugged you in the office, you never said do it yourself, you always had a helping hand to everyone. May God continue to keep you in his loving arms.❤️❤️❤️
May was one of the strongest women I knew. She made me proud to be called her friend. She was always there for me as support when I lost my mother. She was a ture and authentic person and friend. Those are hard to come by. I will miss her but I know she is in heave with our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ in her new glorified body. May she have eternal peace as we strive to be with her soon.
Michelle thank you for your beautiful words and making Momma laugh in her last days you are a beautiful soul and it was a pleasure to meet you ❤️
Dear Chellie and family, prayers to all of you. Your mom was one of a kind. She taught me how to fix my battery cables when aI was a teenager. When Tabby was born she cried tears of joy because her baby was having a baby. I know she loved you all deeply and will be missed. May she rest in love till you see her again.
Thank you Louisa I miss her so much she was my best friend and taught me way more than she ever knew she was teaching me
I love you and miss you so much
Momma May or we would call each other Wife-in- law was a one of kind woman. Her and our other Wife in law Shirley Edwards always knew wherever our kids were and which one of us was taking care of them we knew that they were loved and being treated like our own. Night before she passed we spoke and she kept telling me to take care of her babies. That was the kind of loving mother that she was and I will miss my dear friend. Love you wife in law now you have peace. Listen for C J and Shane’s loud laughter.
Ms. Capps was wonderful. She was caring, supportive, and always there to help anyone who needed her. She cared about the students and staff at Oak Grove Elementary and gave so much of herself to us. She will be deeply missed. My prayers go out to her entire family. May GOD comfort and bless you all.
Ms Capps was an Angel on earth. She was truly a servant in the truest sense of the word. Her greatest joy was when she was caring for someone else. Ms Capps had that special instinct that just knew what a person needed, and provided without being asked. Although I only knew her for about 10 years, she has been my friend since the first day we met. I will miss her dearly. Prayers for her family and friends, as we all find comfort in knowing that Ms May is now at Peace.
Thank you and now she has real wings as an angel to watch over all of us she was one of a kind and I strive to be just like her in every way
Did Not Know Ms. May was sick……Prayer for her Family Especially Patience who she
Loved dearly……From her Retired Friend, Patricia Lewis, England Revenue Office
She was a Wonderful Woman
Ms Capps was amazing. We had alot of laughs and I will miss her dearly.
Aunt May Thank you for being there for me when my daddy passed , I was hurting and I know you were too we talked a lot during the last few months of your life but you would always say you were fine doing better never complained about how sick you really were , you were very special to me and you’ll be missed so much Tell my son Jacob and my daddy I ll see them when it’s my turn I love you aunt May