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Warren Robert Honeycutt

April 7, 1940 ~ April 11, 2022 (age 82)

Obituary

Warren Robert Honeycutt passed away Monday, April 11th, 2022, surrounded by his family. 

Daddy was born to Horace and Nettie (Saylors) Honeycutt on April 7th, 1940.  He married Katie DeWeese in 1958 and went on to love and raise 4 children.  In his early years daddy worked in the log woods in Oregon and Washington.  They moved back to Arkansas and he started work for Doy Marshall operating a bulldozer and living and working on one of his farms.  Daddy took great pride in his bulldozing work and he met and made many friends along the way.  He drove a semi for Willis Shaw and enjoyed seeing the United States.  We kids got some really great things from all those truck stops! 

Daddy lived with a purpose and zeal for life that was often reflected in his boisterous sense of humor, tall tales and clever phrases he loved his kids and grandkids fiercely, and shared stories of them with anyone who would listen.  

Daddy was preceded in death by his Parents Horace and Nettie, his son: Robert Vance, 3 brothers:  Doyle, Koneth and Ray and two sisters:  Bonnie and Wanda.  He is survived by his children:  Kevin, David and Kelly (his ‘sissy bug’) and her husband John King,  a brother: Don (Louise) Honeycutt, Katie Honeycutt and grandkids:  Brandon, Brooke (David) Chase (Chelsie), Mandy (Brandon), Collin, Bryce, Mallory, Shelby, Ryan (Wendy).  Great-grandchildren:  Annie Kate, Walker Vance, Wyatt Allen, Keirsten, Kenzye, Taylor, Tyler and Tanner, a sis-in-law:  Winnie Honeycutt and a host of cousins, nieces, nephews and a number of ‘sissies’ that is to high to count.   We have lost a great man, the best grandpa and to us, his kids a hero. 

A graveside service is scheduled at York Cemetery in Bergman AR. on Friday April 15th  at 2pm. 

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