Helen L. Zuber

December 1, 1927September 16, 2019

Helen L. Zuber, age 91, of Conway, passed away September 16, 2019. She was born December 1, 1927, in Little Rock, to Louis and Ruby Linsley. She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband Muncy Zuber, Jr., grandson, David Bruce DeSalvo, and six siblings. Mrs. Zuber met her husband while attending Central High School in Little Rock. Together they owned and operated M.F. Zuber Company. She served as a Steven’s Minister at First United Methodist Church in Conway and in Pastoral Care for Memorial Hospital in North Little Rock and Conway Regional Medical Center. She is survived by daughter, Janet Lynn DeSalvo of Conway, son, Muncy F. Zuber III and wife Pamela of Heber Springs, daughter, Carol Zuber Patty and husband David of Conway; five grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. Graveside services will be Thursday, September 19, at 10:00 a.m. at Griffin Leggett Rest Hills in North Little Rock. To share a memory of Mrs. Zuber with her family visit


  • Janet Lynn DeSalvo, Daughter
  • Muncy (Pamela) F Zuber III, Son
  • Carol (David) Patty, Daughter
  • Muncy Zuber Jr., Husband (deceased)
  • Louis Linsley, Father (deceased)
  • Ruby Linsley, Mother (deceased)
  • David Bruce DeSalvo, Grandson (deceased)
  • Five Grandchildren
    Six Great-Grandchildren
    Six Siblings (Deceased)

  • Muncy F. Zuber III
  • David Patty
  • Chris DeSalvo
  • Brad DeSalvo
  • Alex Patty
  • Johnny Allison II


  • Graveside Service Thursday, September 19, 2019


Helen L. Zuber

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Jim Linsley

September 23, 2019

What can I say. Aunt Helen has always been a smiling face and my wonderful aunt. I was so fortunate to finally track her down earlier this year. It was so good to see her for that short time. Plans were to get us all together once more.

Aunt Helen, rest in peace. Your brothers and sisters have all gone on before you. You leave a grand legacy and super family of kids and grandkids. Peace. We miss you.

Deena Gayle (Linsley) Stankevitz

September 22, 2019

Dear family,

Being born at the tail end of the cousins in the Linsley clan, I do not have an abundance of memories to share but I always loved you mother’s heart, smile, and laugh! They reminded me so much of my own dear father’s. My love and thoughts are with you all.

Deena Gayle (Linsley) Stankevitz


September 22, 2019

I was saddened to see Helen's obituary today. My relationship with her was a professional one in that I did business with the paper company for years. In all those years we became friends and I came to know her as a scrupulously honest person in business. But above and beyond, she was also just a good person with an open heart who was always smiling and the most pleasant outlook. A joy to be in her presence.
Ronnie Jones

Karen Matthews

September 19, 2019

Dear Carol and family, I remember a sweet lady with a sweet smile who loved her grandchildren. She had such a pleasant way about her and made you feel special. I looked forward to Grandparents Day or any time she could come to lunch at Jim Stone. Hugs and prayers for all of you. Your second grade teacher.

Julie Chapman

September 19, 2019

Continued prayers for you all, especially today. In the short time I knew Ms. Helen I saw what a beautiful spirit she has. May you all find comfort knowing she is in the arms of our savior and in no pain, with a fully restored eternal body. Love, Julie

Robert Swann

September 18, 2019

Early 1980’s, I’m miserable, rejected, sorry for me. What to do, what to do ?
I go next door to see Mrs. Zuber. She listens, gives me the “there, there” talk, feeds me, pats my head and I leave. I’m bout 35 years into this life yet she gives me the love and compassion she reserves for people like me.
Helen and her family took me into their family, and for that I have always been thankful. Not a sweeter lady on the planet than Helen.
There is a special place in heaven reserved for her. Lynn, Muncy, Carol and all the family, I am truly saddened. I can still hear her laugh, see her smile and the way she turned her head when she laughed, at me sometimes.

Susie Garrett

September 18, 2019

Pam.....please know that you guys are on my heart ..... I know the pain and sorrow of losing a loved parent. It is hard, but just try to remember the good times and the love that was shared. You were fortunate to have had her for so long....a time not afforded to many. Thinking of you and your sweetie.....

Sara Shinn

September 18, 2019

Helen attended the Dorothy Robins Light Class at FUMC Conway for several years. Though I haven't seen her in a long time, I'll always remember her beautiful smile and kind ways.