David Sizemore

Thomas “David” Sizemore, 88, of Springdale, died Tuesday, November 26 at Willard Walker Hospice in Fayetteville. He was born December 16, 1930, in the Nob Hill community to Thomas Preston and Flora Hill Sizemore.  David was educated in a one-room schoolhouse in Washington County.  He married Jackie Coger on February 16, 1951 and the young couple moved to Wichita, Kansas, where he began his career in trucking.  They later returned to Springdale and David retired from Jones Truck Lines after 28 years.

He is survived by his wife, Jackie; two sons, Mike Sizemore and wife Susan of Nashville, Tennessee, Galen Sizemore and wife Robyn of Springdale; a brother, Raymond Sizemore; three sisters, Alice McGuire, Nellie Murphy, Doris Hill; and three grandchildren, Adam Sizemore, Micah Davis and husband Ethan, and Kaley Gochi and husband Romeo.  David was preceded in death by a grandson, Thomas Decker Sizemore, and a brother, Doyle Sizemore.

Visitation will be 1 to 2:30 p.m. Wednesday, November 27, at Heritage Funeral Home.  A private family service will follow.

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James McCamey

R.I.P. David, a great neighbor and friend.

Brenda McCamey
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Brenda McCamey

Such a sweet neighbor for many years. Much love and peace for Jackie and the family.

John R Davis
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John R Davis

Jackie and family, Sorry to hear of the passing of Dave. I enjoyed working with Dave at JTL also spending time at the coffee shop with him. I regret I can’t attend the visitation, but health issues prevent me from doing so. Prayers for all the family.

Dennis Boyd
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Dennis Boyd

Galen, I have great memories of hanging out at your house on Shipley Street. I remember your dad as soft spoken and reserved whether at your house or sitting in the stands at our Little League or basketball games. While he was reserved, he was full of opinions and wasn’t shy about sharing them. He always made me feel welcome in your home. I love you like a brother. Linda and I are praying for your family.

Uncle Wm. and Aunt Verna
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Uncle Wm. and Aunt Verna

We are so sorry for you all!