Ola Mae McCammon

Ola Mae McCammon, 66, of Wynne, Arkansas passed away Friday, June 18 in her home surrounded by family and friends. Her passing followed a courageous and dignified battle with Progressive Supra Nuclear Palsy. She was a loving mother, grandmother, and sister who will be missed tremendously. Ola Mae was born December, 23, 1943 in Alpin, Arkansas to Dot and Rebel Dolye. She grew up in Cherry Valley, Arkansas, the youngest of 7 children. She was a 1961 graduate of Cherry Valley High School. Ola was instrumental in the programs and operations of the Cross County Special Workshop for 29 years, serving as supervisor, assistant director, and director. She was an exceptional teacher, mentor, and example for her many clients and co-workers. She was preceded in death by her parents; three brothers, L.C. Doyle, J. R. Doyle, and Theodore Doyle; and two sisters, Lena Faye Bussell and Alice Nichols. Survivors are her two sons, Quint McCammon and wife Laura of North Little Rock and Clay McCammon and wife Christi of Searcy, two brothers, Sam Doyle of Cuba, Mo. and Bobby Doyle of Cabot; and five precious grandchildren, Macy and Seth McCammon of North Little Rock and Sarah, Mattingly, and Chance Mccammon of Searcy. She is also survived by A.T. McCammon of Wynne, Arkansas to whom she was married for 25 years and who was instrumental in her care as her illness progressed. The family would like to extend a very special thank you to Ms. Jackie Rodgers and Ms. Gale Dye who so lovingly and diligently cared for her in her final months. Services will be a 10 a.m., Tuesday, June 22, 2010 at Kernodle Funeral Home with burial in Harris Chapel Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the Cross County Special workshop, 506 E. Commercial Avenue, Wynne, Arkansas 72396.

Published June 22, 2010

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