Marlene Miller
Funeral Date: 10/29/2016

Obituary:
Marlene Baker Miller, age 72, of Sheridan, Arkansas died Wednesday, October 26, at Medical Center of South Arkansas, El Dorado, Arkansas. She was born December 16, 1943 at Sumpter, Arkansas a daughter of the late Ira Baker and Myrtle Ivy Mann Baker. She received her education in the Hermitage Public School system and was a member of Martinís Chapel United Methodist Church and First United Methodist Church of Sheridan. She was a retired employee of the Depot Upholstery Shop. Surviving is a sister Mary Lois Scroggins, Springhill, Arkansas; a nephew Allen Miller and spouse Diane, El Dorado, Arkansas. She also was preceded in death by a sister Ellece Miller. Funeral service was 10:00 a.m. Saturday, October 29, at Frazerís Chapel with Rev. Wayman Mann officiating. Janice Sullivan was organist. Burial was in Outlaw Cemetery near Warren by Frazerís Funeral Home. Active pallbearers were Merl Richards, Gerald Wilson, Eddie Williams, Bill Owen, Cliff Reddin and Nicholas Scroggins.

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Name: Robert& Marleyne Barnes
Message: o sorry to here of the passing of Marlene. Our greatest sympathy goes to the family. I (Marleyne) & her went to school together & only lived about 3 miles apart & rode the same bus to school. Our names were pronounced the same but spelled different.

Name: Brenda Harcrow Blackwell
Message: I loved my dear sweet friend, Marlene, when we lived as neighbors in Sumpter which later became the Tobb & Rose Braswell place. One night I spent the night with her. We were sleeping in the front bedroom. I told her red eyes were going to get her. She jumped up out of bed and ran to sleep with her parents in the back bedroom with all the windows. I remember she always got a beautiful doll every year at the church in Sumpter. Mrs. Baker use to plow in the fields with her horses. One day our house caught on fire just above the woodburning stove in our kitchen Mrs. Myrtle & Mr. Ira & Marlene came down to our house as soon as they heard my momma hollowing. Daddy was able to put out the fire quickly.