Dorothy Lee Eubanks
August 25, 1925 – December 25, 2019
Dorothy Lee Eubanks passed from this life on Wednesday, December 25, 2019, to her long awaited heavenly home. She was born to Lena and Barney McCarroll on August 25, 1925, in Little Rock, Ark. She was preceded by her parents and her husband of 62 years, Burgess F. Eubanks. Dorothy is survived by her son, Curtis Eubanks and his wife Cindy; her daughter Lee Ann Herbert and her husband Mike; three granddaughters, Haylee Marrs and her husband Troy, Samantha Eubanks, and Sarah Eubanks; and two great-granddaughters Lillee Marrs and Emmerson Marrs. After graduating from Morrilton High School in 1944, Dorothy traveled to Little Rock, Ark., to begin a career at the Democrat Printing and Lithograph Company. Soon after moving to Little Rock, she met and married the love of her life Burgess Eubanks. They enjoyed a full life together. Dorothy enjoyed traveling, cooking, working through her church congregation and spending time with family and friends. Visitation for family and friends will be held Tuesday December 31, 2019 12:30 to 1:30 p.m., at Pinecrest Funeral Home and Memorial Park, 7401 Highway 5 N, Alexander, Ark., 72002. Funeral services will follow at 1:30 p.m., with Nick Hamilton officiating. Burial will be in Pinecrest Memorial Park.
- Visitation for Family and Friends Tuesday, December 31, 2019
- Funeral Service Tuesday, December 31, 2019
Dorothy Lee Eubanks
December 30, 2019
Curtis and Lee Ann;
We wish to express our condolences to the Eubanks family on the death of Dorothy. We knew the Eubanks from when they went to the Geyer Springs Church of Christ and us kids were young then.
Our families would get together at their house Sunday nights after church.
We send our love with lots of prayers that God will keep watch over you and give you strength at this difficult time. (We have been in your shoes).
Sherry Gibson and Sandra Gibson Herrod
December 28, 2019
It is hard for me to remember when my family and I have not been blessed by the whole
Eubanks family. Summer vacations, birthday
Cook outs. Lots of travel without us kids too. They were always there and shared the love of God with me and anyone. Dorothy a true lady and my Mom, Bessie Brown were best friends and Sisters in Christ. They also loved to play the card game Canasta and I have never heard so much laughing with their friends when playing cards. Dorothy had a sweet tooth and you could always count on sweets at their house or spending time in a candy store. The last years of my two Moms was spent together at Briarwood. It gave me peace to know they were eating meals at the same table, still getting their hair done together, holding hands and sharing laughs. Now with God and the loves of their lives on the best trip ever Heaven. Thank you for being my other Mom, I will miss you and love you.