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Henry Kaylor

June 5, 1936October 10, 2020

Henry Kaylor, 84 of Greenwood, Arkansas, passed away Saturday, October 10, 2020. He was born June 5, 1936 in Charleston, Arkansas to Eddie and Mary Augusta Kaylor. He was a retired Journeyman Electrician with Calvin King Electric Company. He was an active member of Liberty Missionary Baptist Church in Greenwood. Henry will be remembered for his comical sense of humor, his ability to never meet a stranger, and his love for his family and his Savior Jesus Christ. His memory is and will always be cherished in the hearts of his loved ones and he will be greatly missed.

Friends and family are welcome to join at his Graveside Service which will be held at 10:00 A.M. Tuesday, October 13, 2020 at Gilliam Cemetery in Palestine Community near Greenwood. Arrangements are under the direction of Edwards Funeral Home in Fort Smith.

He is survived by his son Tim Kaylor and his wife Rhonda of Hackett; his daughter Theresa Asbill and her husband Bill, of Greenwood; and his youngest son David Kaylor and his wife Liz, of Greenwood. He is also survived by six grandchildren and nine great grandchildren who lovingly called him their Pepaw, all of these he loved deeply.

Pallbearers will be all grandchildren: Chris Kaylor, Stephanie Kaylor, Courtney Gappmayer, Cavan Gappmayer, Torrance Nixon, Ciara Daugherty, Aaron Daugherty, Trevor Nixon, Denver Kaylor, and Noble Kaylor.

  • FAMILY

  • Eddie Jackson Kaylor, Father (deceased)
  • Mary Augusta Vineyard, Mother (deceased)
  • Tim Kaylor, Son
  • Rhonda Kaylor, Daughter-in-law
  • Theresa Asbill, Daughter
  • Bill Asbill, Son-in-law
  • David Kaylor, Son
  • Liz Kaylor, Daughter-in-law
  • Chris Kaylor, Grandson
  • Stephanie Kaylor, Granddaughter
  • Courtney Gappmayer, Granddaughter
  • Cavan Gappmayer, Grandson
  • Torrance Nixon, Grandson
  • Ciara Daugherty, Granddaughter
  • Aaron Daugherty, Grandson
  • Trevor Nixon, Grandson
  • Denver Kaylor, Grandson
  • Noble Kaylor, Grandson
  • Henry is also survived by 9 Great grandchildren.

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  • PALLBEARERS

  • Chris Kaylor
  • Stephanie Kaylor
  • Courtney Gappmayer
  • Cavan Gappmayer
  • Torrance Nixon
  • Ciara Daugherty
  • Aaron Daugherty
  • Trevor Nixon
  • Denver Kaylor
  • Noble Kaylor

Services

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    Monday, October 12, 2020

  • Graveside Service

    Tuesday, October 13, 2020

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Jacqueline Manning

October 12, 2020

Uncle Henry always had a story to tell. He would come by and always have something to say. He would tell me about his kids, grand kids and great grand kids. He was never a loss for words and when he was done visiting he would just get up and leave..always with a smile. "BE GOOD UNCLE HENRY " and in his words "IM NOT GONNA DO IT." I will always be grateful for the time he took out of his days just to visit.
Rest easy and be good.

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FROM THE FAMILY

Biography

Henry Kaylor, 84 of Greenwood, Arkansas, passed away Saturday, October 10, 2020. He was born June 5,
1936 in Charleston, Arkansas to Eddie and Mary Augusta Kaylor. He was a retired Journeyman Electrician
with Calvin King Electric Company. He was an active member of Liberty Missionary Baptist Church in
Greenwood. Henry will be remembered for his comical sense of humor, his ability to never meet a
stranger, and his love for his family and his Savior Jesus Christ. His memory is and will always be
cherished in the hearts of his loved ones and he will be greatly missed.
Friends and family are welcome to join at his Graveside Service which will be held at 10:00 A.M.
Tuesday, October 13, 2020 at Gilliam Cemetery in Palestine Community near Greenwood. Arrangements
are under the direction of Edwards Funeral Home in Fort Smith.
He is survived by his son Tim Kaylor and his wife Rhonda of Hackett; his daughter Theresa Asbill and her
husband Bill, of Greenwood; and his youngest son David Kaylor and his wife Liz, of Greenwood. He is
also survived by six grandchildren and nine great grandchildren who lovingly called him their Pepaw, all
of these he loved deeply.
Pallbearers will be all grandchildren: Chris Kaylor, Stephanie Kaylor, Courtney Gappmayer, Cavan
Gappmayer, Torrance Nixon, Ciara Daugherty, Aaron Daugherty, Trevor Nixon, Denver Kaylor, and Noble
Kaylor.

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