OBITUARY

Edward W. Kindall

April 11, 1927March 1, 2019

Edward W. Kindall, age 91, was born April 11, 1927 to Leonard and Mentia Kindall in Harrison, AR. He departed this life on March 1, 2019 in Little Rock, AR.

Edward was a longtime member of Geyer Springs Church of Christ. He retired from Sterling Store in Little Rock.

He is survived by his daughter, Paula Kindall, in Jacksonville, AR; sister, Barbara Mason, Harrison; niece, Stephanie Mason, Harrison; niece Tami Griffin, Sumter, SC; nephew, Len Kindall, Maumelle, AR; cousin, Charles Ray, Little Rock; sister-in-law, Eunice Harlan, Jessieville, AR.

He was preceded in death by his parents, wife Viola, brother James L. Kindall, grandparents Wiley and Lessie Daniel, Frank and Bessie Kindall. The visitation will be held at from 9am-10am Tuesday at Griffin Leggett Healey and Roth Funeral Home 5800 West 12th Street, Little Rock. (501.661.9111) Graveside services will be held Tuesday March 5th at 11am at Forest Hills Memorial Park located at highway 5 North at Alexander Road, with Minister Roger Pritchett officiating.

A special thanks to his devoted friends, Royce and Edith Stroud of Little Rock.

Services

  • Visitation Tuesday, March 5, 2019
  • Graveside Service Tuesday, March 5, 2019
REMEMBERING

Edward W. Kindall

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Barbara Mason

March 13, 2019

Royce said your dad had three things he wanted. He wanted to get better, have a cheeseburger and go home. Well, he didn’t get his cheeseburger but he went home into the arms of God, wonderfully healed. Our God is an awesome God Who reigns from Heaven above, with wisdom, power and love, our God is an awesome God. Love from Stephanie’s mother (aka your Aunt Barbara).

Tami Griffin

March 9, 2019

I remember Uncle Ed letting Paula and I have all the fun we wanted to at their house, when I would visit my dad (his brother) each summer. He and Ain’t Vi made these visits some of my most looked forward to each year. I also remember how funny he was and his wonderful sense of humor. He is part of some of my fondest childhood memories and my heart goes out to Paula, Aunt Barbara and Stephanie and the family. So glad we will meet again in heaven. Love you all.
Tami

Stu Willard

March 9, 2019

My wife and I were next door neighbors of the Kindalls for close to 20 years. Always enjoyed talking to him over the back fence. We were glad to know them and sad to learn of Edward's passing. Stu and Chrissy Willard

Cindy Lennon

March 7, 2019

Paula, we didn't know your dad, but we are long-time friends of Barbara and Stephanie. We do know that your dad's church was important to him, so we are donating 5 Bibles in his honor through the Gideon ministry. They are the men who place Bibles in hotel rooms and doctors' offices. Five Bibles doesn't sound like much, but each Bible has the possibility of reaching 2300 people with the Good News that through faith in Jesus Christ we have eternal life. After the old Bibles are removed from the hotels, covers are removed and replaced with heavy paper covers and are distributed for their second life in jails and prisons. So your dad will be, even in death, a messenger of the Gospel! God bless and comfort you.
Cindy and Joe Lennon

Joan Meyer

March 4, 2019

I have very fond memories of Mr. Kindall. Paula and I were roomates at one time. A long time ago.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY