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Jean Elizabeth (Jones) Marquardt

1929 - 2021



Jean Elizabeth Marquardt, 92, of Russellville, passed away, Sunday, January 24, 2021 at Arkansas Hospice River Valley Home in Russellville, AR.  The daughter of Charles and Flora Price Jones, she was born January 16, 1929 in Charlotte, NC and was a Homemaker.  She and her husband, Howard E. Marquardt, were very active in the Disabled American Veterans where she was a lifetime member and served as chaplain.  She was a member of the Grace Baptist Church for over 40...

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Frank and Carolyn Reynolds

February 5, 2021 11:30 AM

Ms. Jean was very special to us and we loved her like family.  We became friends through Grace Baptist many years ago.  Praying for strength and peace for you and your family. 

Deb Cody

January 31, 2021 3:56 PM

I would love and miss my Aunt Jean there wasn't a month that goes by that she didn't call my phone or leave me a message I know life has a lot of busy moments but I always in love listen to my voicemails to hear that she had called. The last time Aunt Jean visited Myrtle Beach she was so excited she just wanted to walk on the sand fill the water and sand in her toes my husband and I took her for a ride in our kabuda and she had the best of times you said she felt like she was a teenager again those memories are what we will hang on to

Hannah Wright

January 29, 2021 2:08 PM

I will miss you in Sunday school! I love you!

Rebecca Lawson

January 27, 2021 9:08 PM

My dear sweet Aunt Jean... Oh how my heart is broken. I've always felt such pride being your namesake. You always made sure to call me Rebecca Jean to make sure I knew what my name was and you were the only one I allowed to call me that. You were always bigger than life in my eyes and boy did you have a way with words. Thank you for always being true to yourself and never allowing anyone to change you. Thank you for how you loved and protected my father he loved you so very much. You were one of a kind and your spirit will be missed by all... I wish that Sheila Lynn would have been able to grow up with you as I did . The times that she was able to spend with you she fell in love as we all did. Until we meet again...I love you Aunt Jean always and forever. 

Nancy McMahon

January 27, 2021 12:25 PM

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