Matilda McFaddin Wynne
Funeral Date: 12/27/2012

Matilda McFaddin Wynne, age 84, of Warren, AR., died Tuesday December 25, at Bradley County Medical Center. She was born April 1, 1928, in Hope, Arkansas, to Edward Fitzgerald McFaddin and Matilda McCammon McFaddin. Her ancestors were pioneers of Hempstead County Arkansas and of Texas. Her great grandfather, John Martin Somervell, was in the Third Arkansas Infantry in the Civil War and later a colonel in Slemmons Cavalry. Her great great grandfather, George Washington Smythe, signed the Declaration of Independence of the Republic of Texas. Matilda was a graduate of the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville and the University of Arkansas at Monticello. She was a member of Pi Beta Phi, the United Daughters of the Confederacy, and the National Society of Colonial Dames of America. She and her husband, the late George French Wynne, M. D., lived for over fifty years in Warren where she helped found the Bradley County Library and the Pink Tomato Festival. In addition to her husbands, George French Wynne and Harry Popish, Matilda was predeceased by her sisters, Mary Ross Thomas and Marsue Haviland. She is survived by her children: Matilda Wynne Buchanan; George French Wynne, Jr. (Judy); Marianne Wynne Ligon (Stark); and Edward McFaddin Wynne (Susan). Grandchildren: George French Wynne, III; Thomas Reed James; Anne Wynne O誰eill (Ricky); Matilda James Louvring (Soren); Sarah Ligon Beach (Kevin); Robert Stark Ligon, III; Christina Wynne; and Rebecca Wynne. Great grandchildren: Savannah Wynne James and Reed Andrew James; Richard O誰eill, III., Victoria Wynne O誰eill, and Thomas French O誰eill; and Colin and Archer Beach, Matilda Ann Louvring The funeral service was held 3:30 p.m. Thursday December 27, at the Warren First United Methodist Church with Rev. Gary Maskell officiating. Robert Ellis was organist and Carrie Ann Savage was soloist. Burial was in Shady Grove Cemetery near New Edinburg by Frazer痴 Funeral Home. Active pallbearers were French Wynne, III., Ricky O誰eill, Reed James, Soren Louvring, Kevin Beach, Stark Ligon Jr., Stark Ligon, III. and Cliff Morgan. Honorary pallbearers were Gary Thornton, Rodney Parnell, Bruce Anderson and Doug Thornton. Memorials can be made to the First United Methodist Church, 111 W. Church Street, Warren, AR 71671, the Bradley County Library, 115 Cypress, Warren, AR 71671, Bradley County Veterans Museum, 210 North Main, Warren, AR 71671 or Bradley County Historical Museum, C/O Janell Lipton, 108 S. Walnut, Warren, AR 71671.



Name: Earline Morman
Message: Our prayers are with you and the family.

Name: terry myers
Message: sorry for your loss she was a grand lady

Name: Betty Marshall
Message: Sorry to hear about Ms Matilda. She will be greatly missed. I had some great times playing at her house. Loved her like a second Mom. Betty Kay

Name: Vickie Ferrell Barrett
Message: Your mom was an amazing individual just as your dad was. My thoughts and prayers will be with you during this difficult time.

Name: joyce and jerry smith
Message: So sorry for your loss. Praying for you.

Name: David(K.C.) & Tina McClain
Message: So sorry for the lost of Ms. Wynne. She was a lovely lady. May God bless you & help you throught this hard & painful time. You're in our thoughts & prayers.

Name: betty heird
Message: She was a great lady

Name: herman hines
Message: French and Family I am sadden by the passing of Your Mother, She was a true Southern Lady.

Name: Ricky Green
Message: Sending my thoughts and prayers.

Name: WHS Class of 1972
Message: Marianne, our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this time of loss.

Name: Charles Landers
Message: I was sorry to hear of Mrs. Wynne's passing. My thoughts & prayers are with her family.

Name: Larry L. Stuart
Message: Dear Wynne family, Please accept my condolences at this time of loss. May your sweet memories of your dear mother console and uplift you in the days ahead. Matilda was truly one-of-a-kind. Just the thought of her asking the Father for a wide-brimmed hat to match her angel wings brings a chuckle to my heart. May God bless each of you and bring you peace.

Name: Tara Bradford Holmes
Message: Marianne, French and Mac and family, so sad to hear the news about Matilda. She was an amazing woman, who made a positive impact on many lives. She also knew how to throw a great party! My sympathies to you all. Matilda certainly will not be forgotten.

Name: Julia and Mildred Ferrell Kim Landford, Kristy Spencer
Message: Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

Name: Sandy Ballentine Gavin
Message: Ms. Matilda was the epitome of a modern southern belle. She was very good to our family, especially my Mom & Dad when Mom worked for Dr. Wynne. She & Dad would bring each other corned beef sandwiches from Oaklawn. I have too many memories to write. She was at the top of the list as a party hostess & helped me so much when John & I got married. Our prayers are with your family.

Name: Mary Wynne Still
Message: The Frank Wynne family has many fond memories of Aunt Matilda, Uncle French and the lumberjack cousins. Mary

Name: Suzette Woodard Russell

Name: Melissa Miles-Gardner
Message: Sending deepest sympathy to the Wynne family. So sorry for your loss.

Name: Debbie Henry
Message: So sorry for your loss praying for all your family

Name: Betty Lathan
Message: She was such a grand lady. She will be missed. Thoughts and prayers are with the family.

Name: Maylon Rice
Message: I was sad to read of Miss Matilda's death. She was a fine Lady. She will be missed. What a life she lived.

Name: Marlene Elliott
Message: My prayers for comfort to the family during this difficult time. Ms Matilda was such a treasure!

Name: Bill & Sherry White
Message: I am sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family.

Name: Janie Freer
Message: So sorry for your loss.She was a wonderful neighbor & friend..Such a lady..Your family will be in my prayers

Name: Tom Ed Wright
Message: While you may not remember me, I have nice memories of your family. I delivered your paper and cut your grass. Your mother was always nice and kind to me. May the God of all comfort bless you in this hour of your sorrow, but not really sorrow for we shall be together very soon with all our loved ones at that "meeting in the air"!! Rev. TE Wright Pastor-San Antonio, TX

Name: jim white
Message: so very sorry to hear of your moms passing. I have many fond memories of ms matilida she threw birthday parties like no other.who could think of warren and not think of ms wynne She was a true lady and will certianly be missed.

Name: Deanna Smith
Message: Anne and French, I am so sorry to hear of the passing of Granny Wynn she was a sweet lady and will be truly missed. My thoughts and prayers are with you both during this time of loss.

Name: Ruth Hargis
Message: Dear Wynne family, My friendship, love and prayers are with you during this sad time. Wishing you fun memories of your Mother, Ms. Matilda. I have fond and fun memories of being with Ms. Matilda and the Doctor at your home. May God be with you through this loss and throughout the New Year. With loving memories, Ruth

Name: Felton Parker Class of 1967
Message: My thoughts and prayers are with each of you.

Name: Tammy Hensley

Name: Emily Lasiter

Name: Pat Payne
Message: My thoughts and prayers are with you all. I have just gotten back from vacation and got your letter. I am really sad to hear this. You have no idea what Mrs Wynne meant to me not only as a client but a special friend for about the past 15 years. May she rest in peace. Sincerely. Pat Payne

Name: Mike Lonsberry
Message: I am truly saddened by the news of Mrs. Wynne's death. Dr. Wynn was always our family doctor, and Mrs Wynne was truly one of those people who were the icons of Warren for many many years. He enery, her strength, and most of all her energizing spirit made everything around her more lively and enjoyable. As I look back over the years of growing up and living in Warren, several memorable personalities come to mind, and Matilda Wynne is near the top of that list. Thank you Mrs. Wynne for enhancing our community, our lives, our schools, and our town through your presence. The standard has been set for a meaningful life, and we were well served by your presence. Go in Peace, and May the Lord be With You and your family during this time. We are saddened by your passing, but we will celebrate your life and your contributions.