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Shirley Lowman Lindsay

Springdale, AR, 1922 - 2014

Shirley Lowman Lindsay, 92, of Springdale, Arkansas, died November 6, 2014. Mrs. Lindsay was born June 26, 1922, in Pine Ridge Community, Arkansas, to Guy Rutland Lowman and Dollie Crutchfield Lowman. She graduated from Watson Chapel High School in 1940, and Draughon School of Business. She worked at Parkin Printing Company in Little Rock before her marriage to John W. Lindsay on August 21, 1946.
Mrs. Lindsay was active in the churches her husband served as minister: St. John's United Methodist Church, Fort Worth, Texas; First United Methodist Church, Little Rock, Arkansas; Jackson Street United Methodist Church, Magnolia, Arkansas; First United Methodist Church, Malvern, Arkansas; First United Methodist Church, Pine Bluff, Arkansas, and Village United Methodist Church, Hot Springs Village, Arkansas.
Mrs. Lindsay was preceded in death by her parents, her husband, Dr. John W. Lindsay, and her brother, Rex P. Lowman. She is survived by her children, Karen Knight (Jeff) of Arlington, Texas, Circuit Judge Mark Lindsay (Sherrie) of Fayetteville, Arkansas; grandchildren John Mark Lindsay Jr. (Brittany), Lindsay Curtis (Jeff), Joel Knight (Hannah), Sarah Sego (Jay), Laura Martin (Chris); and great-grandchildren Kate, Clara and Caroline Lindsay, Sloane Curtis, Henry and Sophie Knight, and Addison Bell Martin.
After a family burial, a memorial service will be held on Monday, November 10, 2014, at 1:30 p.m. in the Chapel of First United Methodist Church, Pine Bluff, Arkansas, directed by Ralph Robinson & Son. A reception for family and friends will be held in the church's Fellowship Hall following the service.
The family would like to thank the owners and staff of Homestyle Assisted Living, Springdale, Arkansas; and the doctors, nurses and staff of Northwest Medical Center, Springdale, Arkansas, and Willard Walker Hospice Home, Fayetteville, Arkansas.
Memorials may be made to First United Methodist Church, Pine Bluff, Arkansas, Central United Methodist Church, Fayetteville, Arkansas, or Willard Walker Hospice Home, Fayetteville, Arkansas. Online register:

Published November 8, 2014

Ralph Robinson & Son
807 South Cherry Street, P.O. Box 5254, Pine Bluff, AR
Phone: 870-534-3131