Lois M Sarratt

May 6, 1933May 14, 2018
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Lois Sarratt, 85, went home to be with the lord on May 14, 2018. She was born in War Eagle, AR on May 6, 1933 to Maynerd L. and Odessa (Chambers) Cummings. She is preceded in death by both parents, husbands Elgene Huckaby and Jim Sarratt, two brothers Clifton and Clyde Cummings, sisters Ruth Thompson, Blanche Kirk and Virginia Bell Metcalf. She is survived by her sons; Wayne Huckaby of Lowell, AR, Ervin (Tammy) Huckaby of Jane, MO; grandchildren Anthony, Chad (Hailey), Michelle, Karen (Johnnie), Kevin (Melissa), Karl (Teresa); great-grandchildren Reed, Hannah, Eve, Alex, Rachel, Aiden, Haley (Kendrick), Christy, Lena, Jacob, Krista, Trinity; great-great- grandchildren Azriel and Spencer. Visitation will be at 12pm prior to Funeral Service at 2pm on Friday, May 18, 2018 at Rollins Funeral Chapel in Rogers, AR with burial to follow at War Eagle Cemetery in War Eagle, AR. Memorials in lieu of flowers may be made to St. Jude Children's Research Arrangements are under the care of Rolllins Funeral Home of Rogers.


  • Anthony Leal, Pallbearer
  • Chad Huckaby, Pallbearer
  • Kevin Huckaby, Pallbearer
  • Karl Huckaby, Pallbearer
  • Jacob Huckaby, Honorary Pallbearer
  • Wayne Huckaby, Pallbearer
  • Ervin Huckaby, Pallbearer
  • Reed Leal, Honorary Pallbearer
  • Alex Simmerman, Honorary Pallbearer


  • Visitation Friday, May 18, 2018
  • Funeral Service Friday, May 18, 2018

Lois M Sarratt

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Kat Houston

May 20, 2018

Picture of my Dad, Clifton Cummings & Aunt Lois & myself (Kathy Cummings Houston).

Michelle Simmerman

May 18, 2018

Nana H. Was an amazing women. She was so strong and brave. She always knew she could do anything if she set her mind to it. She had a great life, she worked hard for everything she had. She had everything she ever wanted. She had no regrets. She wasn't just a gma to her family, almost all my friends knew and called her gma. She loved everyone family or not. She put everyone first, it made her happy to help everyone ,there isn't one thing she wouldn't do for anyone. I have so many great memories of her from her flipping pancakes and it getting stuck to the ceiling to making homemade ice cream out in her backyard to her wearing black leather pants and leather jacket when we went to town . I spend many summers with her that I will never forget. Nana H. No matter what she always found the good in everyone. No matter what was going on in her life, she never complained . We are so blessed to have had you in our life. My children are lucky to have had a great grandma like you. We are all better people for having you in our life. I hope when it's my time I will have been just like you. You will never be forgotten. We aren't losing a nana, we are all gaining a guardian angle. We Love You Nana. H.

Kat Houston

May 16, 2018

Aunt Lois will be dearly missed. She was loved by so many. I have many fond memories of my Aunt. Her family (especially Wayne & Ervin) & friends are in my thoughts. It’s a difficult time when losing a parent. She will live on through her extended family. May she Rest In Peace. Love, Kathy (Cummings) Houston & Family

Lavern Baughman

May 15, 2018

Lois was my sister in law and i loved her very much. She was a sweet and caring lady. We will miss her caring ways.
Prayers for her son's Wayne and Ervin and the grandchildren. May God wrap them in his comfort now and in coming days.Rest in peace Sis you are loved.


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