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Cremations & More


Raymond Eldon Arras, Jr.

© Stilwell (OK) Democrat Journal
June 24, 2009
Submitted by: Martha Real



Raymond Eldon Arras, Jr., born July 12, 1945 in Stuttgart, Arkansas, died June 20, 2009 in Little Rock, Arkansas.

He was preceded in death by his parents; Raymond E. Arras Sr., and Adell Steelham, 2 brothers; James W. Arras and Clarence Roy Steelham, and 1 sister; Joyce Juanita Walker.

Survivors include; 1 daughter and her husband; Joyce and Marvin Carmichael of Apache Jct., AZ., 1 son and his wife; Timothy and Michelle Arras of Westville, OK., 5 grandchildren; David and Nicole Carmichael, Chase, Trey, and Jacob Arras, 1 sister; Lois Jones of Lindsay, OK.

Private service is Wednesday June 24, 2009, held at the Family home in Stilwell, OK.
Final resting place; Ashes to be scattered at a later date.


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