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Sharon (Sherry)
Sue Morris Baldwin
Little Rock Central
Class of 1962
Sharon (Sherry) Sue Morris Baldwin, of Little Rock, passed away July 28, 2012. She was born on December 26, 1943, the daughter of Edd and Flora Morris. She was a member of the Little Rock Central High School graduating class of 1962.
Sherry is survived by her husband, Jerry Baldwin of Little Rock; daughter, Tara Byram and son-in-law, Don Byram of Alexander; two granddaughters, Amanda Jackson and grandson-in-law, Ross Jackson of Little Rock and Hannah Byram of Alexander; great-granddaughter, Ainslee Jackson, great-grandson, Jonathan (J.J.) Jackson, and a great-grandson on the way, Audren Jackson, all of Little Rock; brother, Ralph Morris of Miami, Oklahoma; sisters, Martha Albritton of Somerset, Kentucky, Tony Hill of Conway and Margaret Hanna of Fort Worth, Texas; and several nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents; four brothers, Richard Morris, Ronald (Ronnie) Morris, William (Bill) Morris, and Edward Morris; and three
sisters, Alta Morris Payne, Anita Morris Croswell and Wanda Lea Morris.
Sherry was the co-owner and accountant for her husband's business, Air Distribution. She was a member of Geyer Springs First Baptist Church, Ribbon of Hope, a past member of Master Singers of Arkansas and past president of ASHRAE (American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers). She traveled to Russia on a mission trip and also to Germany with the Master Singers of Arkansas. She traveled to many places with her previous pastor, Bruce Chesser.
Visitation will be Friday, August 3 from 6-8 p.m. at Life Line Baptist Church, 7601 Baseline Rd., Little Rock. The funeral service will be Saturday at 10:30 a.m. at the church, followed by burial at Pinecrest Memorial Park in Alexander. Arrangements by Little Rock Funeral Home, 8801 Knoedl Ct., Little Rock, (501) 224-2200. Sherry's online guestbook may be signed at
Larry D. Cranford
Larry D. Cranford
Little Rock Central
Class of 1962
Captain Larry D. Cranford, LRCHS class of 62 and a graduate of University of Arkansas-Little Rock, passed away October 25, 2013 in St Petersburg, FL. He was 69. After retiring from the USAF Reserve as Captain in 1975, he became a commercial pilot for Braniff, Piedmont and US Airways. He enjoyed flying and referred to his piloting as “his hobby.” While in his retirement in Florida, Larry could often be found cruising on Tampa Bay on his boat or playing “a good game of poker.”
He was preceded in death by parents Elmo and Ophie Cranford and two brothers, Boyce and Norman. While at Central, he was a Tiger newspaper salesman, a member
of both the Tiger Concert and Marching Bands and a member of the Key Club.
He is survived by his wife, Doris, his sons, Chad and Scott, two stepchildren, Mitch Stirewalt and Emily Farris. He is also survived by a sister, Linda Gail Pledger and grandchildren Zoe, Allie, Bgrooke, Gage and step-grandchildren Grace and Hunter.
Memorial services are Saturday, November 23, 2013 at 11 a.m., Ruebel Fundral Home, 6313 W. Markham St., Little Rock. Committal services are private for the family. Arrangements by Bgrown and Sons Funderal Home & Crematory, 26th Street Chapel in Bradenton, FL. Private condolences to
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Kenneth “Mike” Elliott
Kenneth “Mike” Elliott
Little Rock Central
Class of 1962
Kenneth “Mike” Elliott, Little Rock Central Class of 1962 and resident of Rogers, AR, passed away November 18, 2012.
Born November 8, 1943 in Little Rock, he was the son of Kenneth Leroy and Lyndia Hopkins Elliott.
He was a former copy editor for the St. Louis Post-Dispatch and also served on the
 staffs of several Arkansas publications.
He is survived by his wife, Sandra Elliott of the home, sons Sam Elliott of Cincinnati, OH and Nick Elliott of Benton; sisters Kay Williamson and Suzi Both and three grandchildren.
Services were November 9, 2012 under direction of the Benton County Funeral Home, Rogers, AR.
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