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Ida M Skinner Stone
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Birth: Oct. 1, 1924
Death: Mar. 3, 2008

The Morning News - March 4, 2008

SPRINGDALE -- Ida M. Stone, 83, of Springdale died March 3, 2008, at Springdale. She was born Oct. 1, 1924, in Cave Springs to Wesley James and Delphia Jane Slaughter Skinner.

She was retired from Campbell Soup Co.

Survivors include four sons, Tom Stone of Fayetteville, Lee Stone of Farmington, Lonnie Stone of Fayetteville and Danny Stone of Veedersburg, Ind.; two daughters, Nancy Dowell of Crawfordsville, Ind., Mary Napier of Springdale; one sister, Nadine Holcomb of Claremore, Okla.; 10 grandchildren; 16 great-grandchildren.

Visitation will be from 5 to 9 p.m. Wednesday at Nelson-Berna Funeral Home in Fayetteville, The family will be present from 6 to 8 p.m.

Services will be at 1 p.m. Thursday at the funeral home. Randall Galloway will officiate.

Burial will follow in Rose Cemetery west of Farmington.

Pallbearers will be her grandchildren. 
Family links: 
  Tommy Louis Stone (1942 - 2014)*
  Lonnie Stone (1949 - 2009)*
*Calculated relationship
Rose Cemetery
Prairie Grove
Washington County
Arkansas, USA
Created by: Kim Thompson
Record added: Mar 04, 2008
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- Wes T.
 Added: Oct. 3, 2013
Our loss is Heavens gain.May God bless each oneand heal each pain.Love to all.
- Helen's Daughter, Janet
 Added: May. 18, 2009

- Patsy Steele
 Added: Mar. 7, 2008

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