Clifton Eugene Joyner
Funeral Date: 3/14/2015

Obituary:
Clifton Eugene Joyner, age 87 of Warren, Arkansas died peacefully on Tuesday March 10th at his home in Hot Springs surrounded by family. He was born February 26, 1928 and received his education in the Warren area schools. He served in the United States Air Force before beginning a 33 year career with Potlatch Corporation retiring in 1986. He was a member of the First Baptist Church, Hot Springs. He enjoyed the outdoors and many years of hunting and fellowship with his Morgan/Thompson hunting club, dinner with his supper club and most of all spending time with family and friends. He was preceded in death by his parents Lanis Joyner and Nancy Stanford Joyner as well as brothers Alvin and Virgil Joyner both of California. He is survived by a brother, Carlton Joyner of Redwood City CA, Linda Franks Joyner, his loving wife of 43 years, daughter Angela Marsh, husband Blake, Warren AR; a son Clifton Jr, wife Traci, Overland Park KS, son Tom Wingard, wife Robin, Monticello AR and daughter Dana King, husband Chris, Pine Bluff AR, along with 8 grandchildren and 7 great grandchildren. Clifton was loyal servant of God and to his family, friends and others whose path he crossed. He modeled for all what a good husband, father, friend and citizen should be. Never one to complain, he was optimistic to the end and grateful for his many blessings. He was proud of and shared in the many accomplishments of his family. He is remembered fondly as a true southern gentleman. His life is a testament that good guys can finish first. A memorial service was 2:00pm, Saturday March 14 at First Baptist Church, Warren AR. with Rev. John McCallum officiating. Rev. Russell Rhoden was soloist and June Bierbaum was organist. Arrangements were by Frazerís Funeral Home. Memorials preferred to First Baptist Church of Warren or First Baptist Church Hot Springs.

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Name: Paul & Becky Gannaway
Message: You are in our thoughts and prayers.

Name: SAM & Brenda Mercer
Message: Dear Family, Clifton was a fine man and will be missed. You are in our prayers, we love you very much.

Name: Randy and Beth Peek
Message: yes he was a true southern gentleman! and his influence on those around him will show results thru the generations...as a friend we loved him and admired him and his wife...fine people and just "special" and you sensed it. He loved and was loved, what a great testimony of a life, his legacy is a great one. Appreciate you sharing him with us!!!!

Name: Hugh and Brenda Quimby
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Name: WHS Class of 1972
Message: Angie and family, we offer our sincerest sympathy to you all.

Name: Ricky Green
Message: My thoughts and prayers for healing hearts are with you all.

Name: RHONDA SIMMONS
Message: ANGIE AND FAMILY, SO SORRY TO HEAR ABOUT MR. CLIFTON. I ENJOYED WORKING WITH HIM AT MERCHANTS AND PLANTERS. HE WAS ALWAYS SO FRIENDLY AND NICE. MAY GOD COMFORT YOU ALL DURING THIS DIFFICULT TIME. YOU ARE IN MY THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS.

Name: Danny and Linda Heep
Message: We are so sorry for your loss. Clifton was a fine man a such a gentleman! Each of you are in our prayers!

Name: Kay Lawrence
Message: Remember to keep the wonderful memories alive in your heart. I am sorry for your loss.

Name: Patti and Donnie Bryant
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Name: Cindy Murphy Freer
Message: You are in my thoughts and prayers. Love you, Cindy

Name: Andy Gibbs
Message: You are and will be in our thoughts and prayers.

Name: Vicki and Darrell Jee
Message: Aunt Linda and family, You are in our thoughts and prayers. So, so glad that I had some time with you and Clifton in Hot Springs.

Name: Emily Sangster Lasiter
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Name: Mary Ann Rauls Clanton
Message: Angie you and your family are in my thoughts and prayers

Name: Sandra McKinney Toole
Message: So very sorry for your loss. My Dad (Gaston McKinney) thought very highly of Mr. Joyner.