Verma Louise Killingsworth Ederington
Funeral Date: 10/17/2014

Verma Louise Killingsworth Ederington, age 88, of Warren, AR died Tuesday October 14, at home. Born August 18, 1926 in Arkansas a daughter of the late Irel and Lucy Killingsworth she was a homemaker, the widow of Robert Franklin Ederington who died June 10, 1998, and she was one of Jehovahís Witnesses. Survivors are 1 son Kenneth Howell, Cottage Grove, OR. 1 grandson Lawrence Howell, Long Beach, CA. Also preceding her in death was a son Lawrence Howell, 2 brothers and 2 sisters. Funeral services were 10:00 a.m. Friday October 17, at Frazerís Chapel with Steve Mann officiating. Linda Barrett was organist. Burial was in Oakland Cemetery by Frazerís Funeral Home. Active pallbearers were James Thompson, Nazire Minton, Josh Nichols, Bret Nichols, Boyce Hamlet and Mike Mercer.



Name: Charles Landers

Name: Lisa Mann

Name: Lisa Mann
Message: She was a very special lady and her friends will forever love her and remember her dearly!!! Till we see her again!!!

Name: JOHNNIE Parker, Angle
Message: To the families of Mrs. Ederington, I was sadden to learn of her death. She was a long life friend of my mother.She was one of the sweetest and nice person. A lady who really knew her Bible and followed it close. I know she will be missed. God bless her families.

Name: Tammy Hensley

Name: Donna Mann Lytle
Message: Verma will be missed. She was a good woman and friend to many. Sincerely Donna

Name: Brenda Harcrow Blackwell
Message: My mother, Ruth Harcrow, was best friends with Verna. Verna was a very fine and lovely lady. Momma stepped over into heaven about 4 years ago. We will see them again when we step over into heaven. May God bless your family in a special way especially because you had such a wonderful mother.

Name: Stephan Harcrow
Message: Ms. Verma was a sweet and kind person. My clearest memory of her was as a child. I remember one summer helping Verma and my Momma, Ruth Rainey Harcrow (1921-2010), can tomatoes in our kitchen on Sturgis St. Her voice was soft and polite, and above all Verma was a dear friend to my Momma. I'm sure they are laughing over a glass of sweet tea in Heaven's kitchen, simmering a pot of Bradley tomatoes for soup, and forever happy together in the house of our Lord Jesus Christ. God bless all the family during this difficult time.