In Memory Of...
This Page Is In Honor Of Those That Have Gone To Be With The Lord.
Nikia Lee Holland
March 24, 1988 - September 4, 2008
Student at Bethel College
September 16, 1957 - May 2, 2009
Teacher at Camden Central High School
Dr. Jim Robinson
September 20, 1925 - May 28, 2010
December 21, 1948 - July 1-, 2010
Retired From Commerce Union Bank
Leota L. Wheatley
December 9, 1924 - April 7, 2012
Worked at Genesco for 32 years.
Mrs. Wheatley was the oldest member of Camden Cumberland Presbyterian Church, she was a housewife and loving mother.
July 17, 1926 - July 12, 2015
Mrs. Taylor was a long time member of Camden Cumberland Presbyterian Church, housewife and loving mother and grandmother. She also worked for many years with the Food Pantry while it was at the church and then continued working with the food pantry and helping those in need at the Benton County Ministerial Alliance.
February 14, 1924 - July 24, 2015
Mr. Riley was a long time member of the Camden Cumberland Presbyterian Church, and served as an elder. He was a husband and loving father and grandfather.
Howard Stephen (Steve) Joyner Jr.
September 29, 1943 - October 28, 2015
Mr. Joyner was member of the Camden Cumberland Presbyterian Church, he served as an Elder and worked on the Session. He was a loving father to one son, Christopher Joyner who proceeded him in death, and one daughter Amy Cartwright and 3 grandchildren. Steve was also one of the original members of "The Classics"; a band that specializes in the old time rock and roll.
Gregg Walter Gauthier
November 17, 1957 - October 6, 2015
Mr. Gauthier was a member of the Camden Elks Lodge, and a loving father to one son, Walker Gauthier.
Saundra Sue Martin
January 12, 1948 - July 26, 2012
Mother of James (Jay) Glover
Pictured left to right: Saundra Sue Martin, son James (Jay) Glover and granddaughter Cheyenne Kaley Glover.
One of God's Angels now.
Love Your Son,
James (Jay) Glover
Junior Nelson McCampbell
March 2, 1949 - November 29, 2016
Junior McCampbell was a member of Camden Cumberland Presbyterian Church, he was also a member of Masonic Lodge 179, Easter Star 121, VFW Post 2109, and past exalted ruler of the Elks Lodge 2156. He served in the Marine Corps, where he served in Vietnam. He was an electrican, and retired from the Benton County Board of Education.
He was proceeded in death by his parents, Nelson and Myrtle McCampbell, and one son, Joseph McCampbell. He is survived by his wife, Carmine McCampbell, a daughter, Brandy Milner, a sister, June Cox, and four grandchildren, James and Chasity McCampbell, Alicia Stelle, and a great grandchild, Dallas Milner, and one nephew, James Cox.
Andrew (Andy) Frazier
August 27, 1940 - October 12, 2017
Andy Frazier was a long time member of the Camden Cumberland Presbyterian Church, where he served as an elder since 1973. He was appointed to the judiciary committee of the church where he served for 9 years, and later served on the Congregational Board of Stewardship Benefits and Foundations for a 9 year term.
Andy taught school in Foley, Alabama before attending Law School at Memphis State Univeristy where he received his Juris Doctor from the School of Law in 1967.
He practiced law in Camden in the law firm of Frazier & Frazer Attorneys and later Frazier & Whitworth Attorneys. He served as City Attorney for 50 years from 1967 until present time. He also served as President of the Benton County Bar Association for many years.
In addition to being a lawyer, he was a member of the Board of Directors of the Bank of Camden from 1971 0 2007 and Chairman of the Board for 10 years prior to its sale. He was also a Charter Member of the Camden Roatary Club.
Andy was an avid sportsman, he enjoyed fishing and boating, and playing golf. He also loved singing in the church choir.
Andy is preceded in death by his former wife Betty Connor Frazier. He is survived by his wife Mary Alice Frazier, a daughter Leigh Frazier Fry, a son-in-law Anthony (Tony) Wayne Fry, a son Andrew B. Frazier, a granddaughter Elle Jae Frazier, two step granddaughters Kyleigh Grace Hollingsworth, Katie Ann Hollingworth, a step son Glenn Harvey Hollingsworth, a first cousin Linda Crump, and a best friend Charles Ray Cowell.
We Miss You.
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