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BOBBIE SUE BROWN QUILLEN, "MA," 75 of Little Rock, Ark., was called home on Friday November, 8, 2019. Bobbie was born in Benton, Ark., on October, 13, 1944, and was a member of the Little Rock Central High School class of 1962. She was a devoted wife, mother and grandmother who will be remembered for her infectious laugh and humble heart.he little things in life like cooking her famous chicken and dumplings for her only grandson, dancing in the kitchen while her son played the guitar, or sitting in her rocking chair watching scary movies w
She found joy in tith her dog, Isabella. Her favorite thing of all was taking care of her family. She made her house a home to everyone who entered and wouldn't let them leave without making sure they were fed; there was no one she wouldn't try to feed.
The matriarch of her family, Bobbie lived her life to the fullest fulfilling her greatest wish; being a mother. She raised her five grandchildren along with her own children and it wasn't limited to her family. She was a caretaker to many friends and family for many years, always making sure they had everything they could ever need. Bobbie was truly one of a kind. In the evenings you could find her sitting on her back porch, cigarette in hand watching the sun set behind the trees, she loved nature and found therapy gardening with her hands in the soil.
She kept her loved ones laughing, always referring to herself as "crazy like a fox" which never ceased to make her granddaughter, Abigail smile. A mother to many, one of the best shoulders to cry
on, her ears always open to listen, a home maker to her core Bobbie will be truly missed.
Toward the end of her vivacious life she found peace in knowing that she would be reunited with those she missed most, her son in law, Michael, her sister Betty, her Pete and Papa Mike and many others she longed to be with again.
She is survived by her husband of fifty four years, Robert Quillen, three children, Tarzah Shaw, Brad Quillen and Danielle Holthoff and five beautiful grandchildren Micha Polston, Madison Lowe, Jacob Lowe, Abby and Khaki Holthoff. Her memory was honored on Wednesday, November, 13, 2019 at 2 p.m., at Griffin Leggett Healy & Roth Funeral Home, 5800 W 12th Street in Little Rock 72204.
Published November 11, 2019
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Bobbie Sue Brown Quillen
Little Rock Central
Class of 1962
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LAPHELIA ANN SCHEIDT MORELAND, 75, passed away Sunday, Dec. 15, 2019, in Arlington, Texas. She was a member of the Little Rock Central High School Tiger class of 1962. Memorial Service: 2 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 26, 2020, at River Legacy Nature Center, 703 NW Green Oaks Blvd., Arlington, Texas, 76006.
Memorials: In lieu of flowers, please consider donating to the World Wildlife Fund ( in her memory. "Phe" was born in Little Rock, Ark., to Julius and Clara Chambers Scheidt. She attended college at Bethany Nazarene College, apprenticed as a drafter, and stayed in the oil and gas industry in Dallas (Windsor Energy, Santa Fe Minerals, Encana) until her retirement at age 67. She remained married to Paul Michael Moreland for 46 years, until his death in 2009.
A resident of Arlington since 1971, Phe was a member of Arlington First Church of the
Nazarene. She enjoyed her profession and colleagues, and loved traveling, cooking, hosting (everyone!), nature, birdwatching, gardening, tending to her kitties and spending time with her beloved family.
Survivors: Son, Phillip Michael Moreland; daughter, Amy Laphelia Moreland; sister, Daphna Bickerstaff; grandsons, Dylan Moreland and Hunter Roberts; granddaughter, Aurora Victoria Moreland; brother-in-law, James Bickerstaff; daughters-in-law, Amber Moreland and Melanie Cofield; nieces, Patrice Bickerstaff Luehring and Trina Fink. Her educational years were spent in Little Rock where she attended Lee Elementary School, West Side Junior High School and Little Rock Central High School.
Laphielia Scheidt Moreland
Little Rock Central
Class of 1962

Laphelia Ann Scheidt Moreland