Frisbie-Warren & Carroll Mortuary

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William Carroll Kennedy

July 29, 1941June 19, 2020

William Carroll Kennedy was born on July 29, 1941 and passed away on June 19, 2020 and is under the care of Frisbie Warren & Carroll Mortuary.

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Joyce Jones

July 6, 2020

My dear brother, Bill,
Your passing has left a void in our lives. We are so sad. We all wish for just one more chance to say goodbye.
I was thinking just the other day about us growing up in Arkansas on a farm. That’s where we learned the value of hard work. Picking cotton, gathering other crops was not an easy job for kids but we survived.
Then daddy moved us to California where life would be easier. Less than a year later, Daddy died and times were not easier. But we survived.
Then our brother Jerry became ill. You donated one of your kidneys that gave him another 20 plus years to share with us. Then one day he went to be with daddy in heaven. We were so sad but happy he would no longer suffer. Again, we survived.
I remember the last time I talked to you. You laughed and told me I still had my Arkie accent.
I loved to listen to you talk. You laughed as you talked, just like daddy did. Always had a smile.
You will be missed by all your family. You are in Heaven now with Dad, Mom, our two sisters and our two brothers.
God bless you, my dear brother.
He is not gone, he is just away.

Lisa Morlan

July 6, 2020

We will miss Dad. father in-law grandpa great grandfather and a loving husband to Marilyn wish I could have said goodbye and that we love you we love to go fishing with you and mom and the tri-tips you would make was so good I will miss your smile your laughter Must of all I will miss you the most important part of my life Love you always

Anuit AlBahar

June 27, 2020

Billiam!!! You were always so happy to see me when I came to visit. Thank you for accepting me as part of your family. Sorry you didn't get to feel what breasts feel like one last time. I owe you one. I know Robert is your hero so i will take as good of care of him as I can, but you know how hard that can be... I will miss your prank calls, making your coffee black with no milk and no sugar. Eugh. Watching the Cardinals games on TV, the stories about you and Marilyn when you were young love birds, smoking cigarettes on the porch enjoying the breeze, talking about Arkansas, you sitting with me & watching while I play call of duty, playing bowling on the wii....lots of memories In such a short time.
I will miss you and Robert will miss you so much. You meant the world to him.

Love you old man.
Until next time...