Guy News

The last couple of weeks it seems all I have done is go to funerals. This community has sure had their share of losses. This past weekend the family of Maxine Miller had to say good by to their wife, mother and grandma. Max worked with our mom with the Senior Companion Program, she will be missed by mom and her coworkers for sure. I would like to thank Jennifer and Haley Alford, Diane and Bob Remus, for everyone that brought food so we could feed the family after the services. We couldn’t of done it without the following help Pastor of the Pentecostal Church, Betty Wiedower, Becky Gray, Johnny and Jeneal Wiedower, Bessie Bearden, Sharon Glover. This community is one of the best communities to live in especially when something happens. So please keep the Miller family in your prayers.

The family of Mark Rider, who passed away too. Please keep this family in your prayers. He left a wife, children behind. Prayers do work.

The Fall Festival at Guy-Perkins will be Nov. 2. Those King and Queens are working hard for those Crowns. So be sure and support them.

The community also lost Mr. Pirtle this week too. Keep his family in your prayers too.

Sandy Dowdy is a little better but her heart rate is still so low. When you read this we will have been for another EKG at UAMS hoping that it will be OK. Keep us in those prayers. Ms. Frankie Battles has been in the hospital too. She had a stroke we are thinking of you. Prayers for Betty Griffith as she will have cataract surgery on Halloween.

Halloween is coming up so be sure to watch for those big and little kids out there that are trick or treating.

Have a great week! Send news or call 679-3299. A great big thank you for the lady that called and talked to me about her heart being shocked and was asking about Sandy. It is always a welcoming feeling when someone you don’t know calls and is concerned about your child.