Archive - 2012
HOT SPRINGS â€“ After the inclement weather that shut down central Arkansas the day after Christmas, the Spa City Shootout commenced a day later than the original Thursday start. With almost 10 inches of snow blanketing the state in some areas, the snow must have covered the basketball rims at Summit Arena in Hot Springs on Friday as the Hot Springs Lady Trojans bested the Bryant Lady Hornets 46-34, where both teams shot a combined 30 percent from the field.
Reverend Thomas "Tommy" Hanley, 66, Malvern passed away on December 29, 2012. Tommy ministered in Arkansas and Louisiana. Tommy also worked at the Albert Pike Wal-Mart in Hot Springs in the electronics department for over 16 years.
He is survived by his wife: Janelle Hanley, son: Robert Hanley and wife, Robin all of Malvern, brother: Roy Hanley and wife, Billie Joe of White Hall, and sisters Retha Weems and husband, James of Haskell and Tamara Cantrell and husband, Morris of Malvern, two grandchildren Ryan Hanley and Paige Sullivan.
Billy Bob Sullivan, 80, of Little Rock, passed away Saturday, December 29, 2012.Â
He was born June 26, 1932 in Bauxite, Ark.Â
Billy was a member of Mars Hill Missionary Baptist Church.Â He was the longtime owner of Billâ€™s Station in Sweet Home.Â Billy was known nationwide as an Antique Cadillac Restoration Expert.
He was preceded in death by his parents, Louie and Lillie Sullivan; son, Randy Sullivan; grandson, Terry Lynn Schrum; two brothers, Raymond and Bonnie Sullivan; and two sisters, Dorothy Burks and Delcie Phillips.
Imogene Aileen Scarbrough, 94, passed away on December 29, 2012.Â
She was born in Haskell, Ark. on December 28, 1918 to Grover C. and Clara (Allen) Mitchell.
She was preceded in death by her parents; her husband, Gilbert Augustus â€śDocâ€ť Scarbrough; all of her siblings:Â Marie Westbrook, Otis Mitchell, Polly Breitweiser and Norene Moore; son-in-law, Carroll Lewallen;Â grand son-in-law, Jon Richard Ewing; and a great granddaughter, Erica Bloom.