Brian Lee Stone, age 47, of Perryville, Arkansas passed away on Saturday, December 4, 2021. He was born on September 29, 1974 in Morrilton, Arkansas.
Brian is preceded in death by his father Gerald Stone; grandparents Don and Junita Major; and grandmother Ruth Stone.
Brian is survived by his children James Stone (Julia) Justin Stone, Jacob Stone, and Jasper Stone; grandchildren Melody Stone, and Esme Stone; mother Sherry Rankin; siblings Kristy Skinkle, Holly Stone, and Tad Rankin.
Visitation will be held on Thursday, December 16, 2021 at Journey Church, 1559 AR-9 South, Perryville, AR 72126, at 2:00 PM, followed by funeral service at 3:00 PM.
Arrangements are under the trusted direction of A Natural State Funeral Service, 2620 West Main Street, Jacksonville, Arkansas, 72076. 501-982-3400.
Brian you were a good man & when you loved, you loved hard. RIPL my friend from long ago! I got an eye on them kiddos! Love & prayers for the Stones always
Brian Stone was one of kind Prayers for the family
Miss you my bubby.
U sure we’re a blessing to me and my family, Brian.
We will see u in Heaven. We love u!
Glad I got to see you 3 weeks ago didn’t know it would be my last time to Eva see you again or hear you say Hey Ms. BOSTON So sad RIP Bro u will Not be forgotten Condolences to your boys & family 🙏Amen
R.I.P BRIAN . HE ALWAYS PUT A SMILE ON MY FACE. NO MATTER HOW I WAS FEELING HE SURE COULD MAKE ME LAUGH.
YOU WAS ONE OF A KIND SWEETIE. YOU WILL BE TRULY MISS BUT NEVER FORGOTTEN 😘
PRAYING FOR YOU GUYS. MY HEART ❤️ GOES OUT TO ALL OF YOU ❤️
Brian, you lived a hard life, but you loved hard also. Your smile & laugh was contagious & your hugs were big & strong. When I think of you I see the cutest little blonde hair boy playing in the dirt with his trucks. You will be missed by many. Rest easy my sweet friend – Till we meet again ❤️
My heart goes out to all of you, so sorry for your loss. Prayers for comfort and strength for the coming days.
I always got a hug and smile from Brian. . Prayers for all of his family,
Sending prayers to all that love him. He is a part of many good memories from the past. I know he will be missed.
I saw Brian at Walmart just a few months ago and he literally picked me up and gave me a huge bear hug with a tremendous smile in his face! Our families go way back and after losing Rick two years ago I understand how hard it is to lose a loved one! Your all in my thoughts and prayers!
Praying for the family.
I remember being a kid and every time me and a friend would go to check out Battle Frogs from Action Video Brain & Darrel would have it, lol.
Loved to hear him drum and he always called me Germany.
Love ya brother
You were a crazy, goofy and instant friend. Thank you for brightening so many of those days, and the countless laughs. RIP brother.