Carrol G. McGee, age 87, of Ward, Arkansas passed away in Little Rock, Arkansas on Thursday, February 24, 2022. He was born in Lonoke, Arkansas on April 26, 1934 to the late Will McGee and Mae North McGee.
Carrol is preceded in death by his parents Will and Mae McGee; four brothers; one sister; and two grandsons John Roberts and Cole McGee.
Carrol was a very hard worker and everyone that knew him knows… “He lived hard, he taught hard, and he loved even harder”. Carrol was a farmer most of his life but dabbled in many other businesses as well. He proudly lived in Lonoke County for most of his life.
Carrol is survived by his two sons Freddie (June) McGee and Gaylon McGee; wife Carla Horton; daughter Fallon Tsui; grandchildren Maddie Kuhn and Kayla McGee; and one great-granddaughter Kori Kuhn.
Per Carrol’s wishes, no official services will be held.
Cremation arrangements have been entrusted to A Natural State Funeral Service, 2620 West Main Street, Jacksonville, Arkansas 72076. 501-982-3400.
Carrol’s online guestbook is available at www.anaturalstatefuneralservice.com
Many memories of Carrol at the ol restaurant!! Always had us tickled!!
I am so sad to hear of my uncle Carrol’s passing. I haven’t seen him in years but I thought about him a lot. There will never be anyone like him. I will never forget the one and only time I ever rode a motorcycle and it was with uncle Carroll. He scared me to death! But he was the greatest! I will miss him. God bless all who knew him!
Will miss uncle Carroll
He could always put a smile on your face. Loved serving you all at Pruetts.
McGees and Harts were more like family than friends. Have thought the world of this guy my entire life. Definitely one of kind! Thoughts and prayers with you all🙏🙏
I met Carrol in 1986 and we have been great friends ever since. He could always bring a smile to my face. He was One of a Kind and a true friend. He will me missed by everyone who knew him.
You stood tall among men. Not only in physical height but also by your straight forward love. You fought for family and friends. Your word was good and your handshake a deal. You will missed by so many. Rest cowboy. The sun has set.
He might be gone but he will never be forgotten he was my uncle and my best friend love you and always respected you a great man
A good friend. He will be missed.
I love you and you will be missed by all who knew you.
You were always my favorite uncle with your big ole cowboy hats, gold chains and GREAT sense of humor! You were so loved Carrol and you will be so missed as well. Prayers to Gaylen, Freddie and their families and especially Carla and Fallon. I love you Carrol