Created August 27, 2018

In Memory

This eternal flame burns forever
in remembrance of Henry Howard Plunk Jr.

Henry Howard Plunk Jr

July 19, 1931 - September 8, 2021

Henry Howard Plunk Jr., of Jacksonville, was born on July 19, 1931 in

Finger, TN to Henry Plunk Sr. and Albia Plunk. Henry passed away on

the morning of September 8, 2021, at the age of 90.

Henry and Phyllis, his wife of 35 years, were avid RV'ers and loved to

travel to various bluegrass festivals. Henry was a talented guitarist and

had a deep love for his pets.

Henry was a perpetual member of Jacinto Lodge #216 in Jacksonville,

A&A of Scottish Rite of Freemasonry, S.J. and a life member of

Bendemeer Grotto. Henry was also a member of Levy Baptist Church in

Levy, AR.

Henry retired after 20 years of honorable service in the U.S. Air Force.

Following his military service, he worked for the Arkansas Highway

Department until his retirement.

Henry is preceded in death by his parents, brothers Dwayne, Isaac,

Buford, M.E., David, and sister Laverne. He is survived by sisters Minnie

Lee, Dorothy, Mary Jane and Allie Mae.

Henry is also survived by his wife Phyllis; sons Bobby (Val) Plunk, Billy

Plunk, and daughter Judy (Joe) Rokovich; grandchildren Rachael Corry,

Jessica (Scott) Whitener, Alexandra (Josh) Powell, Paige (Nick)

Blakeslee, Quentin (Jessica Armstrong) Butterworth, Alexandra (AJ)

Moreno, Sandy (Matt Burke) Clark, Jennifer Jones, Billy Bob Fellars, and

Dmitriy Kopotilov; as well as a host of great-grandchildren, nieces,

nephews, and friends.

Visitation will be Wednesday, September 15, 2021 from 6-8pm at A

Natural State Funeral Service in Jacksonville. Funeral Service will be

Thursday, September 16, 2021 at 11:30am at A Natural State Funeral

Service with Full Military Honors interment at Arkansas State Veterans

Cemetery in North Little Rock.

Arrangements entrusted to A Natural State Funeral Service, 2620 West

Main Street, Jacksonville, Arkansas 72076. 501-982-3400

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

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