Lenora Stanley Castellow
Funeral Date: 10/7/2011

Obituary:
Lenora Stanley Castellow, age 79, of Hermitage, AR. died Tuesday October 4, at Baptist Medical Center in Little Rock, AR. Born November 5, 1931 in Bradley County, AR. a daughter of the late Grady Stanley and Ruth Colvin Stanley she was the longtime owner/operator of The Hermit in Hermitage, member Union Hill Baptist Church and the widow of Floyd Castellow who died February 23, 1988. Also, preceding her in death was a son Jesse Lee Taylor, Jr., a brother Kenneth Stanley, sisters Maycell Rainey and Ethel Pope. Survivors are 1 daughter Susan Vickers, Nashville, AR. 3 brothers Franklin Stanley, Hermitage, AR., Durell Stanley of Missouri and Ray Stanley, Hot Springs, AR. 1 grandson Stacy Reynolds, Hot Springs, AR. 2 great-grandchildren Abby Reynolds and Noah Reynolds both of Hot Springs, AR. Funeral services were 10:00 a.m. Friday October 7, Frazerís Chapel with Rev. Mike Stanley officiating. Linda Barrett was organist and David Stanley lead the congregation in singing. Burial was in Union Hill Cemetery at Ingalls, AR. by Frazerís Funeral Home. Active pallbearers were Linwood Dees, David Dees, Calvin Outlaw, Matt Huitt, Chad Stanley and Brandon Stanley.

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Name: Debbie Wilson
Message: Susan, Stacey and Family, I am so sorry to hear about Mrs Lenore, I always enjoyed talking to her when I stopped at The Hermit. Please know that your family will be in my thoughts and prayers.

Name: Karen & David McDougald
Message: Susan,Stacy,and Family. We are so very sorry for your loss. Ms.Lenora will be greatly missed.Just please know that we are praying for you all. May God bless and comfort you during this time of sorrow.Just remember our loss is Heavens gain. God Bless.

Name: Gene Boyette
Message: Family, I am sorry for you loss. My prayers are with you.

Name: Donna Ozment - Raney
Message: Mr. Franklin, I am so sorry to hear about Ms. Lenora. I had not seen her in quite a while. I will be keeping your family in my prayers.

Name: Jim & Deannie Gardner
Message: she was a great lady so sorry for your loss

Name: Vicky Tapia
Message: So sorry to hear about Mrs Leonra. She was a wonderful lady y'all are in my prayers.

Name: Ken & Lula Ellis
Message: We are so sorry to hear of Mrs. Lenora's death. She will really be missed. Prayers for all the family.

Name: Bill and Angela Dawson
Message: Mrs. Lenora will be truly missed. Prayers for the family.

Name: Barbie McVay Meeks
Message: As I posted on FB. She was an ICON of Hermitage. Everyone who knew her loved her. From the bait shop to the hermit, I have fond memories. She will be greatly missed by many. Family may you find comfort to ease your pain at this time. She walks with God.

Name: Larry and Vicki Stanley
Message: Our thoughts and prayers are with you Susan and your family.

Name: Matt and Brandy Harrod
Message: Susan, Stacy, and Misty, we are very sorry for your loss. You all are in our prayers during this difficult time.

Name: Leslie Thompson
Message: I am sorry to hear about Lenora's passing. She was liked by everyone and will be missed. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

Name: Ernie and Earline Ferrell
Message: We have enjoyed knowing Lenora throughout the years. You have our thoughts and prayers.

Name: Stanley Family
Message: From Durell and his family - Ray and his family - Franklin and his family. Lenora will be extremely missed. Our family will always remember our sister.

Name: Barbara, Jason, adn Brooke Rainey
Message: Dear Family, We are very sorry to hear of Aunt Lenora's passing. She was a very special lady--we will always remember her smile and her laugh! Jimmy loved her so much. We have fond memories of our family reunions with all of you. We will be unable to be at the service, but you will be in our thoughts and prayers.

Name: Marlene Elliott
Message: Susan and family, I am so sorry to hear of the death of Mrs. Lenora. She was a delightful lady.

Name: Kim Dickey
Message: My Aunt Lenora was truly one of a kind! She left a mark upon my heart that will stay for ever, I have so many fond memories of her growing up as a child and into adulthood. I spent so much of my life with Mammaw Maysell and Pappaw JB that included being with Aunt Lenora as well. She never meant more to me than when Mammaw died just to be with her and to look into her face I could still feel my mammaw was with me. I love you Uncle Franklin, Uncle Ray and Uncle Durell, and my prayers are with you Susan and Stacy. I can just see Aunt Lenora and my sister Becky in Heaven with their strong willed personalities going at each other and mammaw Maysell putting them in time out, I look forward to when I get there too and I know how blessed I am to be part of such a family as this! Love Kim