Ora King Clanton of Warren, Arkansas died Monday, April 24th in Little Rock. She was born in Banks, Arkansas, a daughter of Willis and Amy King. She received her grade school education and graduated in 1951 in Banks. She also graduated from Douglass Business College in Little Rock, attended Texas Woman's University in North Dallas, also two years at A&M college which in now the University of Arkansas at Monticello. Ora's first job was with Hon. Judge Duvall Perkins in Warren. She also worked in Dallas, Texas, St Louis, Missouri and Cincinnati, Ohio. She retired from State Farm Insurance in Warren with 30 years of service at age 65. After retirement she and her husband traveled to 27 different foreign countries enjoying their time together. She was currently working at H and R Block with son and her daughter-in-law. Surviving are three children, David Allen Clanton (Rose), Mark Anthony Clanton (Debbie) all of Warren, Ark., Dr. Cathy Colleen Clanton Reeves (Dr. David) of Bowling Green, Ky.; grandchildren, Richard, Shane, Julie, Melanie, Misty, Marci, Katie and Ben; great-grandchildren, Sarah, Cody, Joseph, Taylor, Rollie, Mason, McKenzie, Axton, Zeke, Tegan, Bella, Bentley, Nathan, Annie and Carmen; a great-great grandchild, Mattie; three sisters, Betty K. Clements, Patsy K. Adcock and Helen K. Castleberry all of Pine Bluff, Ark.; brothers-in-law, Gerald Clanton (Gloria), St. Louis, Mo., Daniel Clanton (Michael) Little Rock, Ark.; sisters-in-law, Elizabeth Smith (Foster) and Shirley Clanton all of Warren. Ora was preceded in death by her wonderful husband, Wayne who she married February 14th, 1952 with almost 63 years of marriage. A son, Timothy Dale Clanton and two grandchildren, Jennifer Diane Clanton and Matthew Ryan Reeves, four sisters, Ruby K. Williams, Ruthie K. Calloway, Dorothy K. Boykin and Audrey K. Herron, father and mother-in-law, J.C. and Reba Clanton, sister-in-law, Helen Furguson also preceded her in death. Funeral services 10 a.m. Friday, April 28th at Frazer's Chapel. Burial in Union Hill Cemetery by Frazer's Funeral Home. Visitation 6 p.m. till 8 p.m. Thursday, April 27th at Frazer's. Memorials preferred to the Bradley Count Veterans Museum or the Shiners Hospital for Children in Shreveport, La. Online guestbook www.frazerfuneralhome.com.
Published April 26, 2017