Joyce L. Eads

Joyce Eads

Joyce L. Eads, 82 of Carlisle passed on November 1, 2020. She was born April 23, 1938 in Prairie County. Joyce was preceded in death by her husband, Harry Carl Eads. She grew up in Center Point and attended Hazen schools. Joyce resided in Des Arc from 1988 through 2019.

She is survived by four children, Terry Eads and wife, Rene’, Jimmy Eads, Steven Eads, and Connie Morton; five grandchildren, Angie Pennington, Quintin Eads, Joshua Eads, Matthew Eads and Carly Eads; nine great-grandchildren, Ashlynn Morton, Noah Pennington, Mackenzie Eads, Eli Eads, Emma Dunn, Raelyn Eads, Nevaeh Eads, Silas Eads, and Elliott Eads; Two sisters, Marie Duke and husband, Frank and Shirley Copeland and husband, Sherrill and one brother, Verlin (Leroy) Hendircks.

A graveside service will be held at 2:30 P.M., Wednesday, November 4, 2020 at the Old Carlisle Cemetery.

6 Condolences to “Joyce L. Eads”

  1. Jacqueline Fogerty Says:

    My deepest sympathy for the family. So sorry for your loss. You will be in my prayers. I truly was blessed to have the pleasure the meet this sweet lady. May God Bless and comfort you all.

    Sincerely,
    Jacqueline Fogerty

  2. Glenda Edge Says:

    Marie, Shirley and the Eads family. I’m so sorry for your loss. Praying that the Lord will provide you with peace and comfort.

  3. Beverly Wood Says:

    I always had a good time visiting with Joyce. Ran into her at the good will store in Searcy one time and I bet we talked an hour! My thoughts and prayers are with all the family.

  4. Ronnie and Kathy Simmons Says:

    I’m so sorry to hear about Joyce. Love and prayers to all of you during this time.

  5. Billy and Gail Booth Says:

    Before COVID-19 restricted nursing home visitation, I saw Sister Joyce quite often at Chambers Nursing Home and Rehab when I visited there. I enjoyed her conversation as she would recall things from the past as she was growing up in the Center Point community. Her presence will be missed greatly, but she left a legacy that will be cherished by those who knew her.
    Our prayers continue for her family.

  6. Pat bowlan Says:

    Stephen, Connie, Jimmie and Terry so sorry for your loss, don’t remember how long I knew Joyce and the rest of you, but many years for sure. We use to play dominos with her and Harry Carl, was a lot of fun. Joyce will be missed and my prayers are with you all. Love you all.

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