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Larry G. Ford

Larry G. Ford, 65 of Adona, Arkansas, previously of Russellville, passed away Friday, November 29, 2019 at Arkansas Hospice River Valley Home in Russellville.  He was born June 8, 1954 in Moore, Arkansas to Homer and Ellen Sumers Ford.  He was preceded in death by parents; sister, Shirley Gregory; two brothers, Benjamin Ford and Grover Lee Ford; nephew, Michael Gregory; niece, Candice Scarber. 

He is survived by his children, Melissa Howell, Russellville, Jerad Ford, Russellville; grandson, Gauge Howell; two sisters, Joyce Harris, Dover, Bonnie Freeman, Hector; special cousin and friend, Sonny Sumers; several other family and friends and his little dog, BamBam.
There are no services planned.

Cremation arrangements are under the direction of Russellville Family Funeral. 

Obituary and online guestbook are available at www.russellvillefamilyfuneral.com.

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Larry I'm going to miss you I'm glad you're not in pain any more rest in peace dear friend

PaulInman jr Dec 10 2019 12:00 AM

Late will be missed

Paul Inman Jr Dec 10 2019 12:00 AM

Mr. Larry was a respectful and kind man. My prayers and condolences are with his family.
Billie McCormick

Billie McCormick Dec 9 2019 12:00 AM

Larry it was good to be your neighbor all these years. It was great to help you with some of the things you really needed help with. My wife and I will miss you.

Floyd(Leon) & Doris Hale Dec 2 2019 12:00 AM

A candle was lit in memory of Larry Ford

Lee Bradley Nov 30 2019 12:00 AM

I visited Larry at Conway Hospital. We had a good visit--he told me about one of the cousins getting saved. He assured me that he had accepted Christ as his Savior, and we talked about different things in the Bible and about our loved ones who had gone on before. We prayed, and I told him I'd see him here, there, or in the air. I left the hospital feeling really good about him.

Gene Yancy Nov 30 2019 12:00 AM