Created August 27, 2018

In Memory

This eternal flame burns forever
in remembrance of Thomas Wayne (Tommy) Ferrell

Thomas Wayne ''Tommy'' Ferrell

August 21, 1943 - September 4, 2021

Thomas Wayne ''Tommy'' Ferrell, age 78 of Monticello, went to be with

his Lord and Savior Saturday, September 4, 2021, at his home in

Monticello. He was born August 21, 1943, in Brownsville, TX to the late

John Clifferd Ferrell and Hazel Willowdene Dorman Ferrell.

He was a retired Safety Coordinator for Potlatch, United States Air Force

Veteran and member of Pauline Missionary Baptist Church where he

enjoyed being a greeter, cooking for special functions and just socializing

with everyone. Tommy loved camping and was a member of Arkansas

Good Sam's. He was on the State Staff helping with the electronics on

the stage and wherever he could lend a hand. He was a member in the

Cossatot Chapter and the Derrick City Chapter.

Tommy loved to fish but his real passion was spending

time with family, especially his grandchildren. In addition to his parents,

he was also preceded in death by his wife, Diane Ferrell; grandson,

Dustin "Rooster" Ferguson; infant son, Thomas Wayne Ferrell, Jr.; and a

brother, John Carl Ferrell.

Survivors include five children, Wayne Ferrell of Monticello, Angie Fetters

(Tony) of Farmington, MO, Shannon Fletcher (Rhonda) of Rison, Tina

Ferguson (Ray) of Monticello and Diane Engelkes of Texarkana; one

brother, Cliff Ferrell (Sandra) of Hot Springs; one sister, Julia Harris

(Randy) of Barry, TX; grandchildren, Holly Carter (Jason), Becca Gober

(Shiloh) and Caleb Davis; and great grandchildren, Jacob Carter, Cole

Carter, Kingston Gober and Malachi Gober.

Funeral service will be 11:00 a.m. Monday, September 6, 2021, at

Pauline Missionary Baptist Church with burial in Oakland Cemetery in

Monticello. Memorials may be made to Pauline Missionary Baptist Church

or the UAM Missionary Baptist Student Fellowship.

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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.

by The Arkansas Good Sams

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