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Kenneth Foyce “KB” Brockinton, age 88

Kenneth Foyce “KB” Brockinton, age 88, passed away peacefully on March 22, 2024 in North Little Rock, Arkansas. He was born on August 9, 1935 in Mayflower, Arkansas, to Clarence Earl Brockinton and Mildred Marie Henderson.

Throughout his life, KB was known for his vibrant personality, unwavering work ethic, and unique interests. He became an entrepreneur at a young age, owning his own car lot for a large portion of his life, known by the name “KB Trucks and Cars.” He enjoyed vintage and antiques and had a broad collection of relics from the past. He also enjoyed watching westerns. He spent quite a bit of time at his favorite coffee joint, the Waffle House, and even ended up there once on a trip to visit his grandson in another state when he got lost, and was promptly found there despite his grandson not being told where to look!

KB will be remembered by those whose lives he touched; his memory will live on in the hearts of those who knew him. He is survived by his brother Raymond Wilson Brockinton, his son Kenneth Michael Brockinton, his daughter Karen Sue Foster, his grandsons Joseph Roberts, Kenneth Chase Brockinton, and Matthew Robert Brockinton (Alexandra), and his granddaughters Jessaca Marie Hope (Daniel) and Nikki, along with many great-grandchildren. He is preceded in death by his parents Clarence Earl and Mildred Marie Brockinton and his brothers Maurice Leon Brockinton and Waymon Earl Brockinton.

The family extends their heartfelt thank you to Gentiva Hospice and Lakewood Nursing & Rehab Center for their compassionate care and support during KB’s final days.

A celebration of KB’s life will be held on Saturday, March 30, 2024 at 10:00am for open casket viewing and 11:00am for Funeral Service in the chapel at A Natural State Funeral Service in Jacksonville, Arkansas.

May his spirit live on in the memories he created, and may he rest in peace.

Arrangements by A Natural State Funeral Service 2620 West Main Street, Jacksonville, Arkansas 72076. 501-982-3400. Online guestbook available at


  • Norman Clifton Posted March 29, 2024 8:30 AM

    Our condolences to the family of Kenneth, He gave me my first job at his service station and Car lot on E Broadway. Many memories through the years. May he R I P.

    • Karen Brockinton Foster Posted March 29, 2024 1:52 PM

      Thank You, Norman he never met a stranger and helped many people.
      I miss my Daddy so much and honestly I don’t know how I’m going to make it without his presence.
      Karen Brockinton

  • Karen Brockinton Foster Posted March 29, 2024 2:09 PM

    R. I. P. -, Daddy I love you and I miss you so much. Don’t let me go I’ll always need you and your help to walk alone now. Thanks for the memories we shared I haven’t and I won’t forget to handle what you ask me to do. They should’ve minded their own business and left us alone. I know that I have your protection around me and always, Daddy’s Little Girl/Buddy. You are loved and missed by many never to be forgotten ❤️😘💔😔💔😭❣️💖😭✌🏼out till next time. I love you 😚💕

  • Judy Baser Posted March 29, 2024 2:35 PM

    Some of us girls from Stuttgart would go to the American Legion, (he always sat with Peanut), and Dad’s place, Kenneth and I danced many a dance together. I was just thinking of him the other day, and how much I wanted to go dancing again. We had some good times together, so many of our friends have passed away, would have liked to see him once again and dance our last dance together. To Karen and his family, he will be missed. Love and prayers.

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