Marlo Magers

Marlo Magers

Sunday, August 26th, 1934 - Sunday, September 20th, 2020
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Marlo D Magers, 86, of Atkins, passed away on Sunday, September 20, 2020, at St Mary's Regional Medical Center.

He was born August 26, 1934, in Traer, Kansas, son of the late Charles and Velma Rathbun Magers. He was preceded in death by his parents, sister and infant brother.

Survivors include his wife of 65 years, Beatrice O'Malley Magers; his children, Dan (Missy) Magers of Branchville, SC, Mary Magers of Morrilton, AR, Floyd (Sandra) Magers of Atkins, AR, Paula Magers of Mt. Magazine, AR; 5 grandchildren; and 7 great grandchildren.

Marlo was retired from Tyson where he worked as a dispatcher. He enjoyed volunteering at the Atkins Nursing Center where he loved calling Bingo, playing piano and singing for the residents. He received the Arkansas Volunteer of the Year Award in 2016 thanks to the staff at the nursing center. He was a past member of the Atkins PBA, and enjoyed working at the Pickle Fest and Christmas parades.

He was a member of the Catholic Church of Assumption at Atkins. He was a member of the choir and a past member of the church counsel.

He loved spending time with his family and friends. He enjoyed going to the donut shop and drinking coffee with his buddies.

Family service will be Friday September 25 at 10:00 am at the Church of Assumption with Father Ernie Hardesty under the direction of Lemley Funeral Service of Atkins.

Honorary pallbearers will be James Simpson, Nick Magers, Patrick Magers, Calvin Dunham, Pete Hagans and Bob Wenger.

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Posted at 07:24am
Words could never express how sorry I was to hear of Marlos passing. I so enjoyed when he came to the beauty shop, even though Tammy cut his hair he ALWAYS visited with me and gave me some good sound advice (even if I didn’t agree) that’s what I loved about him so much we would laugh and “move on” as he would say! I would love to leave this page saying, “everyday is a holiday” that’s what he always said, well now he is having ALL those holidays, every single day!! Prayers for each and everyone of his family members, we sure loved him at Expressions Hair Studio
Pam Bradley

Jo Alvey

Posted at 06:09pm
I am so sorry to see that Marlo has passed away he was such a good man, we had him for several years when we grew chickens, My Prayers are with you.

Jerry J Chambers

Posted at 05:23pm
Marlo was the only Uncle I ever had. I will miss his phone conversations. He was a great man, and I wish his family the best. Love you guys.

Gary W Setter

Posted at 09:34pm
Loved a challenge and was a wee bit ornery at times. Super guy who was loved and will be greatly missed. Deepest sympathies to the family during this trying time.

Marlon and Janet Kanady

Posted at 08:33pm
Marlo always had something funny to say. We always enjoyed getting to visit with him after church. He was such a sweet man and he will be missed.

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