Stacy Cameron Boles, born September 17, 1961, in De Queen, AR, son of the late Lewis and Louella Boles. He had one sister Kelly Louise Boles Scott who also preceded him in death. After graduating from Nashville High School in 1979, Stacy entered into the US Air Force. He later returned home and united in marriage with his high school sweetheart, Kimberly Britton in 1984, and to their union was born three children.
Stacy loved life, family and friends. He enjoyed the outdoors and sports. He loved umpiring baseball and coaching baseball and softball, fishing, riding 4 wheelers and spending time enjoying his family, especially his grandchildren. He earned “bragging rights” as the best receiver for NHS during his High School years. He worked several years with USDA; at his passing he was employed with Weyerhaeuser Co.
Stacy departed this life to live eternally with the Lord on July 28, 2014 at his home in Center Point, Arkansas. He leaves to cherish his memory; His loving wife Kimberly Yvetta Boles and their two daughters Raqueisha (Greg) Washington, Little Rock, AR. Ashley Boles of Nashville, Arkansas, one son, Stacy Boles II, Little Rock, AR, four brothers Darrell D. Works (Hermenia), Tampa, FL, Jerry L. Boles (Wendy), Tampa, FL, Danny L. Boles of Fort Worth, TX, and Eundra L. Boles (Nichole), Little Rock, AR. Four dearly loved grandchildren; A’Marion Finley, Khaleel Washington, Anthony Finley and Kaidence Washington.
Services will be Saturday, August 2, 2014 at 11:00 am. at New Light C.M.E. Church in Nashville. Visitation will be Friday during business hours ( 9 to 4 ) at Nashville Funeral Home. Interment will follow in Center Point Cemetery under the direction of Nashville Funeral Home.
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