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Oden (Raylene) of Rogers, Arkansas; six grandchildren, and three great-grandchildren.
Pat was also preceded in death by a great-grandson, Owen, by a brother and a sister, and by her beloved Dalmatian, Pepper.
He was born on December 17, 1952 in Walnut Ridge, Arkansas to Dora Erhard Adams and the late Clarence Howard Adams.
The child of a railroad man, he received his early education in many different places, due to his family’s frequent moves up and down the railroad line.
The family will be at 518 East Sullenberger Avenue in Malvern. Reared and educated in Malvern, she retired after 55 years as a retail clerk, having worked at West Department Store and Walmart.
She is survived by two sons, Joe Hicks and his wife, Sandra of Malvern, and Larry Hicks of North Little Rock; by a step-daughter, Alma Walker of Malvern; by a brother, Glenn Cunningham of Apple Valley, California; by a sister, Lola Kidd of Malvern; by seven grandchildren, Michelle Carnahan, Rachel Inmon, Lawrence (Tripp) Hicks, III, Krista Sebourn, Jace Helms, Joseph Hicks, Jr., Diane Austin; by three step-grandchildren; by six great-grandchildren, and by three great-great-grandchildren.
An avid hunter and fisherman, he also loved to play golf, and was a member of the Silver Springs Country Club in Benton. Mike was a Saline County Constable from 2008-2010, and was an honorary deputy sheriff for Saline County.
He was a member of United Missionary Baptist Church in Benton.
She was born in Malvern on October 19, 1904 to the late Henry and Bessie Noble Means. She was born in Saline County on June 22, 1921 to the late F. Adams, to whom she was married on October 2, 1937 in Malvern. She is survived by her daughters, Gail Adams Simmons (the late Bill Simmons), and Sherri Adams Hollingsworth (Ed), all of Malvern; grandchildren, Dana Hill (Lloyd), Jackie Beck (Stanley), Charlie Hollingsworth (Sarah), Mike Hollingsworth (Katie), and Jason Hollingsworth (Kelsey); 12 great-grandchildren, and 3 great-great-grandchildren; her sister, Jerry Wilson of Longview, Texas, her dear friends Pat Simmons and Pearl Darrow Rogers, and many nieces and nephews.
She was an avid artist and hobbiest, and was known for her embroidery, sewing, and self-taught musical abilities on the keyboard and harmonica.
Pat was a poet and had a passion for her beloved animals and her “Elvis” memorabilia collection. Ainsworth, to whom she was married on December 14, 1947.
He was a member and former chairman of the board of trustees of First United Methodist Church.
He was past president of the Malvern Lions Club, and walked the streets for 25 years selling brooms, light bulbs, and mops, with the proceeds helping the local visually impaired.