Jeanette Marie King

Jeanette Marie King, 75, of De Valls Bluff, died Thursday, April 07, 2016.  She was a homemaker and a member of Bethlehem Missionary Baptist church in De Valls Bluff.

Jeanette was preceded in death by her husband, Charles King; her son, Lynn King, and a grandson, Zach King.  She is survived by two sons, Guy (Angie) King and Bruce (Brenda) King both of De Valls Bluff; three grandchildren, Jonathan, Stephanie, and Dustin King; two step-grandchildren, Jacqueline Cay Hofstad and Paul Jerome Hofstad, and several cousins.

Jeanette was a loving mother, grandmother, and mother-in-law, and will be missed by her family and friends.

Visitation will be from 6:00 to 8:00Friday, April 8, 2016 at Westbrook Funeral Home in Hazen.  Funeral services will be 2:00 P.M.Saturday, at Bethlehem Missionary Baptist Church in De Valls Bluff.  Burial will be in the Oakland Cemetery in De Valls Bluff.

3 Condolences to “Jeanette Marie King”

  1. Phyllis Bishop Taylor Says:

    What a lovely cousin, and we went to Church together, growing up at Hurricane Missionary Baptist Church. I am not getting to attend the services, but I want to leave the message for her family about how much she was loved and by my whole family. I just called my brother, Lewis, in Texas and he said he was not able to drive that far. Prayers for the family that God will give them all the strength and comfort they will need. Mother and I attended Don’s eulogy and we were so glad we went. Jeanette was always a happy girl, and she would not take anything off anyone. If anyone ever bothered her on the school bus, that was a mistake on their part. Love you Jeanette, and we will all be together in heaven. It was good that we went to school together, riding that old yellow school bus, and going to Hurricane Missionary Baptist Church.

  2. Marilyn Jean Robertson Griffin Says:

    Elvis and I are so sorry for your loss. Your family will certainly be in our prayers that the strength of the One who can get you through this loss will uphold you all in a might way. Lean on the everlasting arms of the Lord. Jeanette was always so kind when I was growing up at Nonnie’s house. We contacted Marie in Houston and told her. That is just too far for her to come right now. She said let you all know she was praying for you and all her family would be too.

  3. James Weddle Says:

    My sympathies to all the King family members.
    Jeanette was a member of our Class of 1958 in Hazen.
    She was so well liked by all who knew her and a good friend to all.
    We will miss her, May God bless you all in this time of sorrow,
    Classmate 1958, James Weddle