Rose Jolley Lord Obituary:
Funeral Date: 7/10/2013
Rose Jolley Lord, age 88, of Pine Bluff, Arkansas died Wednesday, July 3, at North Metro Medical Center, Jacksonville, Arkansas. She was born June 23, 1925 at West Helena, Arkansas a daughter of the late Robert Lee Bush and Edith Rawls Bush. She was a graduate of the Hamburg High School and attended the Modern School of Business. She was a staff member for Congressman Ray Thornton and Mayor Dave Wallace for the City of Pine Bluff from which she retired. Rose was a member of Watson Chapel Baptist Church. She was preceded in death by husbands Arthur Lamar “Dute” Jolley whom she married on September 17, 1950 and he died August 26, 1984 and Aubrey Lord whom she married August 15, 1986 and he died May 19, 2005. A brother Clyde Lamar Bush also preceded Rose in death. Surviving are 2 stepsons Greg Lord and wife Julie, Germantown, Tenn. And Jim Lord and wife Lynn, Pine Bluff, Ark; a stepdaughter Dianne McAllister and husband Larry, Woodberry, Tenn; 7 step grandchildren and 5 step great grandchildren; A sister-in-law Peggy Bush, Alpine, Calif; 5 nieces and nephews all of California. Graveside services were 10:00am Wednesday, July 10, at Oakland Cemetery with Rev. Steve Monk officiating. Memorial preferred to the Hamburg Honor Scholarship Program, The Donald W. Reynolds YMCA or the Watson Chapel Baptist Church.
|Message:||To the family of Mrs. Rose ,I was never aquainted to much with her but I was her mother we lived down the street right behind her and went to church for many years with her but I no talk from her Mom and other people she was a wonderful lady and may The Lord Bless each of you|
|Message:||My brother Doug and I are deeply saddened to learn of the passing of our Aunt Rose. She has always been a person that we loved, respected, and admired. While distance as separated us; she has always had a special place in our hearts and minds. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of those who loved and cared for her.|
|Message:||Very sorry to hear about your mother, Greg.|
|Message:||I met Mrs. Lord while she was at Trinity with my grandmother. She was always so sweet and soft spoken and a delight to be around. She will be missed.|