Tommy Raye Flippo

Tommy Raye Flippo passed away at his home in Hazen, Arkansas after along battle with C.O.P.D.

Tommy was born in Huff, Arkansas but grew up in Pleasant Plains. He was baptized in Flippo chapel at an early age in Pleasant Plains. He graduated from Pleasant Plains High School.

He married Linda Priest of De Valls Bluff, Arkansas on December 22, 1961.

Tommy was preceded iin death by his mother, Gladys Flippo and brother, Bobby Lynn Flippo.

After working for the city of Hazen for 10 years, he retired because of illness.

Tommy leaves behind his wife, Linda; two son’s, Tommy Jr. of Hazen and Johnny Flippo and wife, Sherry of Little Rock; two grandsons, Ross Simpson of Fayetteville and Ryan Flippo of Little Rock; father, Carl Flippo of Batesville; twin sister, Wanda Flippo of Heber Springs; sister, Ruby Gilpatrick and husband, Calvin of Fayetteville; brother’s Carl Flippo of Hot Springs and L.W. Flippo and wife, Lynda of Sommerville, Tennessee and several loving nieces and nephews.

Visitation will be from 5:00 to 7:00 P.M., Monday, October 20, 2014 at the Westbrook Funeral Home in Hazen. Funeral services will be 11:00 A.M., Tuesday, October 21 at the Westbrook Funeral Home Chapel. Burial will be in the Pleasant Plains Cemetery near Bald Knob.

4 thoughts on “Tommy Raye Flippo”

  1. Center Fire Quality Auditors

    Tommy your family is in our prayers during this time. Tommy, we have enjoyed the stories of your father that you have shared with us over the years. We know that your heart is filled with pain of your loss. Take comfort in knowing how much your father loved his family. Keep the good memories close to your heart. Just remember we are here if you need anything.

    With love,
    Your Remington Family

  2. Aunt Linda, Tommy, Johnny and all of Uncle Tommy’s family. I just wanted to express our sympathies from myself and my girls, Jamie and Emily. My heart goes out to all of you. You all always made us feel so welcome when we all came to visit, just like all of our extended Hazen/DeValls Bluff family always did. Uncle Tommy sure was /is a character and always made us laugh and smile. Borrowing a quote to share with you all, Aunt Jo, Uncle Larry Don and everyone else we spent time with in your neck of the woods; “I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.” Ya’ll always made us feel loved! Love you all, Kelly, Jamie, Emily.

  3. Perry Henderson

    Tommy and Family
    My prayers are with you as you go through this difficult time. Losing the ones close to you is always the hardest. The Lord will provide for your needs, just ask him.

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