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Arthur Daniels

Arthur E. Daniels

March 6, 1939 - February 12, 2021
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Obituary

Arthur Eugene Daniels, 81, of Pine Bluff, Arkansas, went to be with the Lord on Friday, February 12, 2021.
He was born March 6, 1939, in Hensley, Arkansas, to Lawrence B. and Margaret Alice Pearce Daniels.
He worked at the Cotton Belt Railroad as a master electrician.
Mr. Daniels is preceded in death by his wife, Betty Sipes Daniels; his parents; brothers, Butch Daniels, and Lawrence B. Daniels Jr.
He is survived in death by his children, Bobby (Joan Cortes) Daniels of Wills Point, Texas, Richard (Teresa) Daniels of Pine Bluff, Sherri (James) Littles of Rowlett, Texas, Marvin (Tammy) Daniels of Whitehall; grandchildren, Jennifer (Aaron) Starkey, Amanda (Adam) Grapperhaus, Jane (Bryan) Bridges, Andrew (Juhina) Littles, Sarah (Connor) Brown, Ryan (Shawna) Daniels, Marvin Daniels Jr., John (Jessi) Daniels, Candace (Rick) Sutton, Angelica Nolan, Misti Jackson (Stephen Lazenby); twenty four great-grandchildren; sister, Barbara (Lonnie Smith) and brother Loyd (Juanita) Daniels.
The family was assisted by Ralph Robinson & Son with arrangements. Future services will be announced.
www.RalphRobinson&Sons.com
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Service Details

  • Interment

    Location
    Cypress Memorial Gardens
    Address
    8917 Highway 63 South
    Pine Bluff, AR 71603
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Patti Robertson

Posted at 08:42pm
Dear Teri and Rick and Daniels family, We are so sorry for your loss. We loved Mr. Daniels and will miss him dearly. He was precious to us. We love you. Love, Tommy and Patti Robertson
 
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Sherri Littles Posted at 03:55pm

Tommy and Patti, Thank you so much for your kind remembrance and love! God bless you both.
MR

Mike Riley

Posted at 08:20pm
I worked with Arthur at the Cotton Belt for over 30 years. He was a great guy and a master electrician. Always got a kick out of his sense of humor. He will be missed by all that knew him. Keeping his family in my thoughts and prayers.
 
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Sherri Littles Posted at 05:19pm

Mike, Thank you for sharing your memories of our dad! It is such a blessing to get on here and hear these things about him. We were just little kids and he was dad gone to work so we didn’t ask questions about his day. You all are sharing stories he never told us. We appreciate it very much!
SJ

Stanley Johnson

Posted at 09:03am
I worked with Arther at the railroad,always a great lead man.While installing a standby generator at the hump tower the weather was very cold and windy.Arher cared enough to go and purchase a tent to block the wind so we could splice wires with less trouble with our hands freezing.He was a good friend.and a good Christian man.May God give strength and comfort to his loved ones. stanley Johnson
 
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Sherri Littles Posted at 05:04pm

Thank you so much for sharing your memories of our dad! You have brought a smile to our faces and warmth to our hearts. God bless you.
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Harriet Reaves Hardin

Posted at 05:43pm
My family extends deepest sympathy for your great loss. My father, Harry Reaves, worked with Mr. Daniels for many years at the railroad. He enjoyed working with him and always spoke of him with great respect. Our thoughts and prayers continue for your family.
-Harriet Reaves Hardin
Mrs. Colleen Reaves, John Reaves, Ruth Reaves Green
 
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Sherri Littles Posted at 05:01pm

Thank you so much for your thoughts and prayers and for leaving a comment! It brings joy to us to hear these memories of our dad. God bless you.
SM

Scotty McCullough

Posted at 11:35am
I am so sorry to hear of the passing of Art He has been a friend throughout the years, and worked with him at the P.B. Arsenal DOD.
My GOD Bless Art and the Family.
Scotty McCullough/Hot Springs
 
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Sherri Littles Posted at 01:56pm

Thank you for sharing your thoughts with us. It means so much especially when we can’t get together right now.
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