Created August 27, 2018

In Memory

This eternal flame burns forever
in remembrance of Fadlallah Hassen (F.H.) Taweel

F.H. Taweel

October 18, 1936 - April 9, 2021

Fadlallah Hassen "F.H." Taweel, 83, of Smackover passed away

peacefully on Friday, April 9, 2021 due to complications from Alzheimer's


F.H. was born in Syria on October 18, 1937 and immigrated to the United

States as a teenager. He was adopted by his uncle and aunt, Smoin

"Charley" and Lola Miller Taweel.He is a 1956 graduate of Smackover

high school and earned his bachelor's degree in education from Louisiana

Tech University in 1960.He later would earn a master of arts in teaching

degree from Tulane University.

F.H. was a career teacher and taught for 32 years in the Homer, LA,

Smackover, and El Dorado school districts.His legacy as an educator

lives on in the lives of the thousands of students he taught throughout his

career.He retired from teaching in 1992 and began a second career as

an associate at Walmart in El Dorado until his retirement in 2002.

F.H. was an avid camper and was a member of the Derrick City Sams

Chapter of the Good Sam Camping Club in which he was a life member.

He also enjoyed carpentry, handyman projects, gardening, socializing

with friends and family, and raising his sons Omar and Jerome.

F.H. was a Christian and a lifelong member of Smackover First Baptist

Church.In his own words he once said,

"when I die, don't cry for me - that's celebration time for me!"

F.H. leaves behind his wife of 25 years, Linda Taweel, his sons Omar

(Katrenia) and Jerome, stepsons Adam (Theresa) and Charles Chandler,

step grandchildren Josh Rodgers, Justin Bricklen, Ryan, Derin, Handley,

and Chancie Chandler, and his beloved labrador retriever "Cookie".

The family will receive guests at Perry Funeral Home in El Dorado on

Thursday, April 15 from 1:00 - 2:00 with graveside services following at

2:30 at the Smackover Cemetery.Due to the continuing threat of COVID-

19, please follow the CDC established procedures by wearing a mask and

social distancing.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests that memorials be made to Lifetouch

Hospice in El Dorado or the Alzheimer's Association.

Sign F.H's Guest Book

Though He's gone, He is not forgotten.
Though absent, He remains in spirit.
Though once a worker, He now rests.

by The Arkansas Good Sams

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