Lawrence R. “Larry” Newton

Lawrence R. “Larry” Newton, 88, of Springdale, died Wednesday, October 24, 2018 at Willard Walker Hospice Home in Fayetteville.  He was born October 22, 1930 in Des Moines, Iowa to Arthur Theodore and Cora Kathryn Ferguson Newton.

Larry was a veteran of the Army.  He was a pastor for throughout his life with several churches in the Seymour, Missouri area and northwest Arkansas, and was known as the pastor’s pastor.

Survivors include his wife of 61 years, Angie (Glenn) Newton; three children, Patti Brown and husband William, Charles Newton and wife Joy, Tedd Newton and wife Anita; six grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren.  He was preceded in death by two infant daughters, Louise Anette and Jeanie Marie, and two brothers, Calvin and Charles Newton.

A funeral service was held Monday, October 29, at Ray of Hope Free Will Baptist Church in Nob Hill with interment at Drakes Creek Cemetery.

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jane s collins
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jane s collins

sorry to hear of his paasing. brent just told me.

Gary n Charlotte Benson
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Gary n Charlotte Benson

Great man of God!!

Joy Newton
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Joy Newton

I will miss you, dad but you are now free. Thanks for being there for me. Love you.

Jerry and Sheryl Henshaw
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Jerry and Sheryl Henshaw

Bro. Larry was a kind man of God, he will be missed beyond measure

Rhonda
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Rhonda

I am so sorry for your loss. Your family is in my prayers.

Jerry Henshaw
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Jerry Henshaw

Truly a Pastors Pastor I know he was mine. Overwhelmed blessings everytime he took the Pilpit. I will miss his encouragement and support that I depended on everyday. Last Tuesday as I slept Brother Larry Called out to me, he said Preacher! Preacher! As if to say I leaving it with you Preacher, because I’m going Home. I love you Brother Larry…

Jerry Henshaw
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Jerry Henshaw

Truly a Preachers Preacher I will miss his encouragement and support. This last Tuesday night as I was sleeping, Brother Larry called out to me he said, Preacher! Preachet! As if to say I’m leaving it with you Preacher because I’m going home. I love you Brother Larry…

Will
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Will

You will be missed /

twila corter
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twila corter

I will miss Brother Larry he was a wonderful person,when someone would ask him to preach he would get so excited because he love to preach the word of God. He would say now people listen to me! He was a man with lot’s of wisdom and if you knew Bro Larry you were truly blessed.

Yvonne Hutchins
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Yvonne Hutchins

I was very blessed to get to know Larry
He was a true man of God whose LIGHT shined brightly. Thank you God for letting us have him in our lives. My prayers are with the family

Becky Tucker Burns
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Becky Tucker Burns

Such a kind, generous man, with a wonderful heart. He and Angie always welcomed me in their home during my youth, and I am so very sorry for this loss, but thankful for the wonderful homecoming going on right now. Prayers lifted up for the family for blessings of peace and comfort.