OBITUARY

Sarah Patricia Halbrook

February 23, 1942January 11, 2021

Funeral services will be on Thursday, January 14, 2021 at 1 o’clock. The service will be held outside on the grounds. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to second chance ranch at the following link: 2cyr.org P.O. Box 150 , Bryant, AR 72089

“Pat’s” mother and fathers were Mr.Bill Evans & Mrs. Fronia Evans. Her late husband was Mr. Joe Dan Halbrook. Followed by her (2) sons: Danny Halbrook with Christi Halbrook & David Halbrook with Marie Yarberry, & her grandsons: Trey Halbrook and Joshua Halbrook. Pat and her husband were very successful in their business- J & J Mold & Die . They also ventured out to take ballroom dancing together, they made such a beautiful couple! She was widowed at the age of 55 to raise her sons alone. She became a very strong and independent lady. She had a wonderful personality and a giving heart. She resided in Hensley until she went to be with the Lord. She loved her family, her dog Jack, statues of frogs, and socializing. She was a remarkable lady! I thank if she was here now she would say: I watch you every day I am always near you I know deep in your heart You realize I am here I watch you while you sleep I hear you when you speak to me When you are on your own You cannot understand The reason why I’m gone I am there to keep you strong Talk to me I hear you But I will never leave you No you may not see That I will always be there Death won’t keep us apart For our love is forever Just remember me in your heart And one day we will be together Live your life and leave it full Don’t waste a single day Remember I am always with you Every step of the way

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  • Graveside Service

    Thursday, January 14, 2021

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Phillip McColey

January 16, 2021

Danny and David,I know it will be difficult to live life without your mom. She has been there for you both and you can’t replace that. I hope that you find comfort with all the memories she and Joe left for each of you to cherish.
I appreciate that both your mom and dad were part of my life and shared joy and love to me. I’m also thankful for the good times we’ve all enjoyed together.

Debbie Garner

January 14, 2021

Danny and David so sorry to hear about your mom. She was such a sweet kind person always had that beautiful smile. My mom always loved Pat to. We are praying for all of you.

Vicki Richards-Jones

January 14, 2021

Pat was a very important part of my life along with Joe. Loved them both dearly. So sorry to hear of her passing. Was just talking with my mother about her a couple of weeks ago. If I would have known how to reach her, I would have gone to see her. She always had the most beautiful smile and sweet disposition of any one I've ever known. We made a trip to Vegas once and spent many a night on each other's back porch on Carroll Circle. I'm happy she knew our Lord and is now at eternal peace. I will pray for her family as I k ew she did mine. Many happy memories for us all. Love you all.

Buddy Byrd

January 13, 2021

Danny,
I'm so sorry to hear about your great loss. You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers.

Buddy and Keri

Marie Yarberry

January 13, 2021

Funeral services will be on Thursday, January 14, 2021 at 1 o’clock. The service will be held outside on the grounds. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to second chance ranch at the following link: 2cyr.org P.O. Box 150 , Bryant, AR 72089

“Pat’s” mother and fathers were Mr.Bill Evans & Mrs. Fronia Evans. Her late husband was Mr. Joe Dan Halbrook. Followed by her (2) sons: Danny Halbrook with Christi Halbrook & David Halbrook with Marie Yarberry, & her grandsons: Trey Halbrook and Joshua Halbrook. Pat and her husband were very successful in their business- J & J Mold & Die . They also ventured out to take ballroom dancing together, they made such a beautiful couple! She was widowed at the age of 55 to raise her sons alone. She became a very strong and independent lady. She had a wonderful personality and a giving heart. She resided in Hensley until she went to be with the Lord. She loved her family, her dog Jack, statues of frogs, and socializing. She was a remarkable lady! I thank if she was here now she would say:
I watch you every day
I am always near you
I know deep in your heart
You realize I am here
I watch you while you sleep
I hear you when you speak to me
When you are on your own
You cannot understand
The reason why I’m gone
I am there to keep you strong
Talk to me I hear you
But I will never leave you
No you may not see
That I will always be there
Death won’t keep us apart
For our love is forever
Just remember me in your heart
And one day we will be together
Live your life and leave it full
Don’t waste a single day
Remember I am always with you
Every step of the way

Darlene Withem

January 13, 2021

We are so sorry for your loss our hearts and prayers are with you.

Frances Love

January 13, 2021

Danny & David,
I am so sorry to hear of your Mom's passing I am just heartbroken. She was everyone's neighborhood Mom and she had a contagious laugh. I loved watching her & your Dad interact they always had so much fun. When we lived in Merrivale I remember her talking about getting a pool and your Dad told her No you all didn't need one she went and bought anyway. I think he was mad at first but as soon as she grinned at him he seen her way. I loved her and I hate I didn't go see her like I should have. I will keep you all in my thoughts and prayers. Love you guys

Frances Love

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