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Louie Dallas Livingston, Jr.

November 6, 1925June 6, 2019
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Louie D. Livingston, Jr., age 93, of North Little Rock, passed away June 6, 2019. He was born November 6, 1925, in Quitman, Arkansas, to Louie D. Livingston, Sr. and Myrtle Livingston. He was preceded in death by his parents, his wife of 60 years, Willi Dean Livingston, son, Louie Gordon Livingston, and brother, Densil Livingston. Mr. Livingston was an Army veteran and served during the Korean Conflict. He was a mason and worked for Arkansas Power and Light (now Entergy) for over 30 years. He is survived by his daughter, Anna Barnard and husband Richard of North Little Rock; three sisters, Hazel Livingston of Ohio, Mildred Priest of Quitman, and Sue Shumate of Greenbrier; five grandchildren, Phillip (Cassie) Livingston of Sheridan, James (Cynthia) Chrestman IV of Plano, Texas, Toney (Sandy) Livingston of Bismarck, Arkansas, Jennifer (Chris) Sullivan of Sherwood, and Jessica (Jason) Maldonado of North Little Rock; nine great-grandchildren, numerous nieces, nephews, cousins, and his parrot “Buddy”. Visitation will be Wednesday, June 12, at 1:00 p.m. with funeral services at 2:00 p.m. at Griffin Leggett Rest Hills in North Little Rock. Entombment will follow at Rest Hills Memorial Park. To share a memory of Mr. Livingston with his family visit www.griffinleggettresthills.com

  • FAMILY

  • Louie Dallas Livingston Sr., Father
  • Myrtle Livingston, Mother
  • Willi Dean Livingston, Wife
  • Anna Barnard, Daughter
  • Richard Barnard, Son-in-law
  • Louie Gordon Livingston, Son
  • Hazel Livingston, Sister
  • Mildred Priest, Sister
  • Sue Shumate, Sister
  • Densil Livingston, Brother
  • Phillip Livingston, Grandchild
  • James Chrestman IV, Grandchild
  • Toney Livingston, Grandchild
  • Jennifer Sullivan, Grandchild
  • Jessica Maldonado, Grandchild
  • Great- Grandchildren, 9
  • Beloved Parrot "Buddy"
  • PALLBEARERS

  • Nathan Hall
  • Pat Cullivan
  • Mike Hoffman
  • Jason Maldonado
  • Chris Sullivan
  • Andrew Maldonado
  • Honorary - Harry Zintel

Services

  • Visitation Wednesday, June 12, 2019
  • Funeral Service Wednesday, June 12, 2019

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Louie Dallas Livingston, Jr.

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Mike Hoffman

June 11, 2019

I met LD when I was 17 when I started dating his neighbor. I remember going with her to visit him. We would sit in his driveway and he would always have his refrigerator outside full of Coke’s. We would talk about everything in the neighborhood. Oh the stories he told. When Shannon and I got married LD and I became closer. Over the years we still had our “Driveway “ visits. He was always pulling me out of the mud with his tractor when I would get stuck. Because of his generous nature we were even sued together. That’s a story that never got old. He would always fill a bag full of vegetables and those were the best vegetables I’ve ever had. He always said the best way to grow tomatoes was to put alfalfa hay around each plant. Makes them sweeter. We would always meet at the side of his house to fix our flats. Shannon took care of him in the hospital one time not too long ago and he couldn’t remember her name just his neighbor friend. But remembered a embarrassing story that those two had as we were fixing a tire and had everyone picking on her at work after that. He told everyone he saw. We would go out to eat breakfast a lot and and just being with him was heartwarming. I would always come over and mow his lawn without him knowing. Trying to stay away because he always wanted to pay me. I started to accept some payment because he got to were he would drive his lawnmower over to my house and cut my grass for me. Well let’s just say I watered the grass a lot to help it grow back. He would always sit in my driveway throttling up his lawnmower or pushing the gas pedal in his truck to get me to come outside and visit. Never came to my door. I was blessed to have known him and was always a father figure to me. I just recently lost my mother in law and now LD. The neighborhood will never be the same. Everytime I drive by I expect to see him sitting in his chair in that driveway waiting for me to come visit. God bless

Love
Mike and Shannon Hoffman

David Geran

June 11, 2019

Never forget the day, back in 197???, during lunch on a HOT day, pulling wire over what would be I540 at Harris Cattle farm. Bobby Boyles challenged LD to a foot race (Bobby was 5’6”) Bobby shot out fast and quit, LD kept going and going and going. No one hollered to tell him to stop. Good days on a line crew. RIP LD

David Geran (spot)



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