Kelly (Evans) Lindquist, 58, of Rose Bud, Arkansas, passed away on January 24, 2023.
A memorial service will be held at Rose Bud United Methodist Church, on Saturday, February 4 at 12:00PM.
Kelly was born October 5, 1964 in Searcy, Arkansas to Talma Ray “Red” Evans and Eula Jean (James) Evans.
Kelly is survived by her husband of 38 years, Scott Lindquist; two children, Allison Pickens of Rose Bud and Evan (Clent) Lindquist of North Little Rock; three grandsons, Aiden and Brad Hendrix, and Lucas Pickens; and a brother, Dwight (Brenda) Evans of Bee Branch.
Kelly was preceded in death by her parents and grandparents, Edgar and Pernie (Harris) Evans, and Vernie and Bonnie (Robinson) James.
Arrangements by A Natural State Funeral Service 2620 West Main Street, Jacksonville, Arkansas 72076. 501-982-3400. Online guestbook available at www.anaturalstatefuneralservice.com
Hugs and prayers for the family.
My condolences to Scott, Allison and Evan. My heart goes out to you as your lost of your loving wife and mother came far to soon. Whenever there was anything that needed to be done Kelly was there to help before she became ill My husband Jeff and I were lucky to have been part of the Evans family get togethers, holidays and celebrations. Kelly was alway there and a joy to be around. It was very apparent that she loved her family and friends and she was proud and supportive of her children. Kelly’s children were always happy, a joy to be around, and the were respectful of others. Know that Kelly no longer suffers and she is smiling with her mom, dad and those who passed before her.
Kelly was my flower girl in 1967 when I married at 17 years and she was 2 years almost 3. Blessed are our memories. Love to you Scott, Allison and Evan, and grandsons.
She will be truly missed…she was always so welcoming and smiling! Love and hugs to your sweet family!
Kelly was such a big part of my life!!! She was such an amazing person!!! I have not yet met anyone as awesome as she was! Heaven is so much better with her as angel! I know this is hard for the family and friends that were left behind; but i know she is having the best time right now. Smiling like always and loving all the same! I love and miss you Kelly
A true jewel like her Mother. Hugs and prayers.
Kelly was my mom’s bestfriend. My mom passed away almost 5 years ago! i loved kelly so much i use to always go to her house with my mom and she would always give me gifts like lotion or something to make me smile. now my mom and kelly are together in heaven forever<3
Scott, I was sorry to hear about Kelly. Our thoughts and prayers are for you and your family.
Every wonderful memory I have at Rose Bud United Methodist Church has Kelly and her family in it. My family, especially, me and my sister, will miss her. She was a guiding light for me as a young woman
Kelly called two days before her passing, and she was excited about an upcoming trip to Ohio in July. While we won’t have that visit, I will always have the memory of that last precious phone call to cherish. My cousin Kelly had a loving and generous heart. I am praying for comfort for Scott, Allison, Evan and her grandchildren now and in the days ahead. Sending love to all of you.
Scott,Evan and Allison, I am so deeply sorry for the loss of your wife and mother. She was as pretty on the inside as the outside. We know what a good wife she was to you Scotty and a good mom. Our prayers are with you along with our love. Lisa and Wally
Uncle Scott, Evan and Allison- my thoughts and prayers are with you. Kelly was a beautiful soul. I have so many wonderful memories of her- visiting you all in Arkansas when I was younger fishing on the pond and going to Branson and the Diamond mines… and Kelly’s amazing meals! I always loved when you visited us up here. She was a generous person who loved her family. I’m heartbroken for you. Love you all.
Scott, Allison, Evan, Dwight
My sincerest sympathy to you guys at this time of loss. Kelly’s smile and laugh are something I will always remember. Even though she had lots of pain she always made everyone welcome and loved.
Scott so sorry to hear about this. We enjoyed our short visit several years ago.
My prayers 🙏 to the Ltndquist Family
I am so sorry for Kelly’s loss. She had a way of lighting up a room. She and Ed always enjoyed sharing a drink together. She really will be missed. I’ll be remembering your family
Kelly was a great person. May she rest in peace. We are thankful that she was part of our family. We are praying for strength among this difficult time for Kelly’s family, friends, and anyone that knew her. GOD BLESS.
Scott I was so surprised to hear about Kelly. Had she been Sick? I don’t hear much from Rose Bud.. Leo has been gone for 22 years . I know you loved her with all your heart. Your a good man and God loves you and is with you. Keep in touch. Much Love always. Betty Wilkinson.