Imboden- Kenneth Marion Stephens-81 son of the late Joshua and Bessie Stephens passed away Saturday . He was preceded by his parents brother Richard Stephens son Donald Stephens and great-grandson Beau Young.
He sis Survived by his wife Roberta Stephens of the Home. son Kenny Stephens of Imboden Daughters Teresa and Danny Rowsey of Black Rock Diane and Lanny Wells and Gina and Larry Blansett and Melanie Stephens all of Imboden.
Grandchildren Victor Stephens of Colorado; Terry, Becky Stephens ,Renee and Cerda and Hunter Stephens of Springdale, Billy, Starla, Daniel Rowsey, Jessie and Rodney James of Black Rock: Hannah Rowsey of Arkadelphia: Danette ,Patrick, Kyle and Tyler and Jessica Murphy of Williford: Tamya, George, Aliceson and Jonathan Stallings of Newport: Khara and Jeff Sorenson , Caleb Madison ,Zackary and Chase Wilson and Riley Sorenson of Fort Worth, Tx, Kristina and Tristan Young of Rose Bud: Demi and Josh Stephens and Eric Wells of Imboden: Tessa Jose Brunson of Horn Lake, Mississippi and Andrea,,Frankie ,Kyleigh , Addisen and Bryce Echeveria of Ravenden and Gary, Suzie , Brayden ,Jayce, Avery and Mason Blansett of Harrah ,Ok. and One sister Norma Jean Smith of Columbia ,Il..
Kenneth was Self Employed Mechanic, Body shop owner, Grocery store owner, Gas Station, used Car Dealer as well as Cable T.V. owner. He was in the Air Force, Lawrence County Regional Water District Board of Directors for 28 Years. He was also received the Sloan Hendrix Appreciation Plaque.
His Service will be Tuesday December 6, 2011 at 11:00 A.M. in the First Assembly of God Church In Imboden with Michael Bradley officiating burial will follow in Hope Cemetery.
Visitation will be Monday from 6:00-8:00 in the Chapel of McNabb Funeral Home.
Pallbearers and Honorary Pallbearers will be Grandsons and Great-Grandsons.
Kenneth Couldn’t stand the thought of a Family going Hungry or a Child waking up Christmas morning and not having gifts under the tree. He always tried to provide for everyone .So Please make memorials to Sloan- Hendrix Community baskets or to the Angel Tree fund. Donations can be dropped off at Diann’s Beauty Shop and Sloan- Hendrix School Elementary Office. Any other Memorials Can be Made to the First Assembly of God Church in Imboden.