Griffin Leggett Conway Funeral Home

1751 Dave Ward DR, Conway, AR


Michelle Ann King

October 6, 1958December 25, 2019

Michelle Ann (Neal) King went to be with her savior Jesus Christ, December 25, 2019. Michelle was born on October 6, 1958, in Kennett, Mo. She leaves behind her sons: Heath and Josh (Brandi); grandsons: Kaiden, Ronin, and Maverick; her mother Jo Ann Lacy (Jo David) and her father Eddie Neal (Kathy); her sister, Pam Rikard; and her beloved cat, Sam Sam. Mass of Christian Burial, January 9, 2020, at 10:30 a.m. St. Joseph's Catholic Church, Conway, Ar. Father Tony Robbins will preside. In Lieu of flowers, a memorial can be made to Conway Animal Shelter.


  • Memorial Service Thursday, January 9, 2020


Michelle Ann King

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Mallory Hargis

January 9, 2020

Although I haven’t seen aunt Michelle in many years I still loved her! I have so many sweet memories of her and all the cousins getting together for Easter egg hunts and thanksgiving and Christmas. Rest In Peace ain’t Michelle and my prayers are with my cousins Heath and josh.

Angie Neal

January 4, 2020

My love, thoughts and prayers are with the family & friends of Michelle. (((Hugs)))

Kathy Neal

January 4, 2020

Michelle was always on time with the cards she sent to us for every occasion. I think she sent them at the beginning of each month. Our Christmas card and anniversary card arrived in early December this past year. When we celebrated our 40th wedding anniversary, Michelle showed up bearing gifts and lovingly joined in with family and friends to celebrate.
Last Christmas we delivered her Christmas gifts, and she was not in good health. She had a dog and her beloved cat. The dog was difficult for her to take care of so I asked if we could take her. She said yes. We named her Daisy, and she is the most loving dog we’ve ever had. Every time we hold her, we are reminded of Michelle’s love for us and every animal she came in contact with.
A couple of years ago she became interested in the Catholic faith because of the influence of a coworker. She attended classes and became Catholic. Her journey was an amazing spiritual moment in her life.
Michelle was beautiful inside and out. She had gorgeous blue eyes like her daddy. Her heart was full of love and kindness. Our hearts are broken at our loss, but we have the gift of hope through Jesus that we will see Michelle again.

Rhonda Mcconnell

January 4, 2020

Michelle was an amazing woman. She was friendly to anyone in need of help or assistance and didn’t take no for an answer when she knew you needed help. She was funny and witty and she was my friend. I enjoyed my conversations with her on breaks at work and she would often take me home after work when my X had my car. She checked up on me when I was out sick and after I left the company. She was usually one of the first to text me happy birthday and happy holidays for every holiday. She is a sassy, beautiful, loving and caring friend and I am glad I had the chance to get to know her. She will be missed but NEVER FORGOTTEN.

Nicki White

January 3, 2020

Sweet Michelle, you will be missed by so many! I have precious memories! I can’t believe you are gone. No longer in pain. Rest In Peace and Love. Until I see you again...