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Don Honea

Don Honea, 81, of Summers, Arkansas, passed away, having succumb to the effects of COPD on August 3, 2022, in the arms of his family in Weddington, Arkansas.


Don was born September 17, 1940, to parents Elmer and Geneva Honea in El Dorado, Arkansas. On February 3, 1961, he married his wife Jannette, and they raised three sons together.


Throughout his life, Don spent his time fishing and serving the Lord as deacon at Landmark Missionary Baptist Church. He will be remembered for the spiritual guidance and honesty he led his family with. He lived by example, teaching his sons to work hard and love family. He was always up for some woodwork, or ATV rides and card games with his grandkids. 


He is survived by his wife, Jannette, of the home; three sons, Jimmy Lee Honea and wife Mary of Summers, Arkansas, Joel Alan Honea of Republic, Missouri, and Justin Don Honea and wife Stacy of Siloam Springs, Arkansas; one brother, Tommy Honea and wife Linda; and three grandchildren, Coleman Honea, Makaley Honea, and Pippa Honea, and one step-grandson, Brian Hargis.


Don is preceded in death by his parents and one grandson, Beckett Honea.


A private burial will be held at Weddington Cemetery.

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Dear Honea Family, I just heard of the passing of Bro. Don.
I have fond memories of your family during my time as Pastor
of Landmark MB Church in Siloam Springs. I am praying for you
as you face the days ahead. God bless you all. Bro. Eddie.

Dr. Edgar N. (Eddie) Sutton Aug 8 2022 7:05 PM

A candle was lit in memory of Don Honea

Michael Freels Aug 6 2022 7:24 PM

A candle was lit in memory of Don Honea

Phyllis Dannels Aug 5 2022 11:04 PM

I am so very sorry for your loss. Don was a wonderful man. Prayers for comfort in the days to come.

Renea Hill Ellis Aug 5 2022 9:06 AM

My heart is broken for you. I feel blessed to have had Don and Jan as kind and caring friends for almost sixty years. My brother-in-law and sister-in-law for almost thirty. We shared many great memories, fun visits, a trip or two but most of all lots of prayers for each other and our families in good and not so good times. I’m going to miss Don, his wonderful laugh and his funny fish tales. Offering up prayers for finding strength in our Lord and Savior in coming days. Much Love, Rosann Honea

Rosann Honea Aug 4 2022 8:51 PM