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Obituary for Floyd Cooper Kizzia

Floyd Cooper Kizzia
Floyd Cooper Kizzia, age 72 of Murfreesboro, Arkansas, passed away on Sunday, August 29, 2010 at his home in Murfreesboro with his family at his side. He was born June 8, 1938 in Murfreesboro to the late Hurley Fred and Clairce Worth Hare Kizzia, Sr.
He was retired from Diamond State Bank in Murfreesboro where he had been a dedicated employee, working in insurance and as an appraiser for over 40 years.
Being a life long resident of the area he was a faithful member of the Fist United Methodist Church in Murfreesboro. He dearly loved gospel and country music, loved hunting and camping, and traveling.
Mr. Kizzia was preceded in death by his father; Fred Kizzia, Sr., his mother Clarice Kizzia, sister, Martha Jo Walker, Sister, Mildred K. Blanks, Brother, Fred Kizzia, Jr. and a son, Jimmy Kizza.
Survivors include his wife Glynda Harmon Brown Kizzia of Murfreesboro, Arkansas
Children; Julie and husband Alan Walls of Murfreesboro, Arkansas
Carrie Brown and Larry Brown both of Murfreesboro, Barry and Dixie Brown both of Tyler, Texas.
Sister; Mary Stone of Nashville, Arkansas, Brother-in-Law, Laurence Walker.
Nieces and Nephews, Johnny Stone, Maurie Crank, Elizabeth Withington, Larry Glen Walker, Nancy Kizzia, Jane Maxey, Dick Kizzia and Jerry Kizzia.
6 Grandchildren; Austen and Ellen Walls, Sonya Kyle and Scarlett Brown and
Jonathan and Jennifer Echols.

Services will be Tuesday, August 31, 2010 at 2 pm. At First United Methodist Church in Murfreesboro with Bob James, Barry Brown, Al Terrell, Freeman Henderson, And Troy Thomas officiating. Interment will follow in Murfreesboro Cemetery under the direction of Nashville Funeral Home.

Mr. Kizzia will be at First United Methodist Church from 2 pm today until service time tomorrow for visitation. You may send the family an online sympathy message to www.nashvillefh.com
Memorials may be made to the Pike County Hospice or the Murfreesboro Community Foundation, or First United Methodist Church Murfreesboro.

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