Loyce Ann Kelley
Funeral Date: 11/1/2015

Obituary:
Loyce Ann Kelley age 61 of Hamburg, AR died Thursday October 29th at the Jefferson Regional Medical Center. She was born August 24th, 1954 in Delano, CA, a daughter of the late J.C. Hales and Jean Durhan Hales. She was a loving homemaker where her family and her kids and grandkids were the most important part of her life. She was a member of the Calvary Missionary Baptist Church in Hamburg and a graduate of the Hermitage Public Schools System. She is also preceded in death by a son Terry Hales and a grandson Jacob Vail. She is survived by 4 sons Johnny Ray Kelley and spouse Patricia, Crossett, AR, Jason Early Kelley and friend Christina, Shawn Michael Kelley and ‘fiancé Raven and Matthew Tyler Kelley all of Hamburg, AR. 3 daughters Jessie Renee Johnson and spouse Shannon, Wilmot, AR, Jennifer Dawn Bates and Spouse Jay, Monticello, AR and Betty Jean Ray and spouse Patrick, Crossett, AR. A brother Clayton Hales and spouse Betty, Crossett, AR. and 2 sisters Bonnie Jones of California and Wanda Smith of Wisconsin. 15 grandchildren, Colby and friend Rachel, Catelyn, Benjamin, Brittany Ann, Brittany Nicole, Austin, Steven, Haley, Blake, Hannah and friend C.J. , Jaci, Mary, Ricki, Victoria and Seth. 6 great-grandchildren Darcy, Lauren, Dreylon, Faith, Corbin and Cade. Funeral service was 2:00pm Sunday, November 1st at Frazer’s Chapel with Rev. Bob Bridges and Rev. Bruce Hackett officiating. Linda Barrett was the organist. Burial was in Outlaw Cemetery by Frazer’s Funeral Home. Active pallbearers were Austin Fearby, Steven Fearby, Coby Vail, Benjamin Vail, Shawn Kelley, Tyler Kelley and Blake Pollack. Honorary pallbearer was Seth Watkins.

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Name: Robert & Marleyne Barnes
Message: To all the family of Loyce Ann Kelley, sorry about the passing of Loyce. I wish I had know about it for she was my 1st cousin.

Name: Sammy West
Message: Jennifer and family I am truly sorry for your loss.

Name: LORA CHANEY
Message: Loyce will always be remembered fondly...I always thought a lot of her.