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Stephen Glenn Cook Wages
November 20, 1951 - March 17, 2008

Mr. Stephen Glenn Cook Wages, 56, of Trumann died Monday, March 17, 2008 at the family residence. He was born in Forrest City, Ark., and had lived most of his lifetime in Trumann. He was a musician and member of the Steve Wages and the Bad Habit Band, and attended the Revival Center Church in Lepanto, Ark. He was preceded in death by his mother, Marzene Fisher. Survivors include three daughters, Anita Brister of Jayess, Miss., Tina Seabolt of Marked Tree and Tracy Woodand of Madison, Tenn.; three sons, Stephen Glenn Wages of Nashville, Tenn., Chris Daniels of Jayess, Miss., and Stephen Glenn Wages of Millington, Tenn., two sisters, Janice Lovelace of Harrisburg, and Judy Hall of Manila; two brothers, Kenneth Fisher of Houston, Texas and Chuckie Fisher of Manila; and 12 grandchildren. Funeral services will Thursday afternoon at 1:00 p.m. at the Revival Center Church in Lepanto, Ark., with Rev. Tom Hazelwood, Rev. Larry Reed and Rev. Rudy Thrasher officiating. Burial will follow in the Bolivar Cemetery near Harrisburg, Ark. Pallbearers will be Chuckie Fisher, Braden Byrd, Kenneth Fisher, Bobby McPherson, Mike Brister, Billy Spence and Lewis Gardner. Visitation will Wednesday evening from 6:00 p.m. until time of service on Thursday at the Revival Center Church in Lepanto, Ark. Online register book can be signed at www.thompsonfuneralhome.net.

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  1. Cody Jackson, Jonesboro Ar says

    I never got to play music with you buddy but I got to watch you and and n to you and I sure do miss you I play drums now with the guy who took over your band when you left us I will do you proud. May you RIP til we meet again

  2. Linda Taber Brooks, Rivervale, AR 72377 says

    To the family of steve, my husband Billy Brooks worked with steve at marked tree, and he told me steve use to jump up on the lines and play his guiter, and everone would stop and lisen and he got a lot of people in truble but they got a laugh out of it. myself i knew steve and janice and judy when i was a small girl liveing in the housing project, i never will forget the only birthday party i can remember my oldest brother billy haveing steve and Richard Sanjas? came and played for him my dad came in a little loaded and told everone to leave, but i did like steve he was a very nice person to judy and janice and to all the family and frinds i know that he will be dearly missed may God Bless you all and keep you all in his hands and he will with deepest SYMPATHIES BILLY AND LINDA TABER BROOKS AND THE TABER FAMILY.

  3. bill bentley, trumann,ar says

    I am going to miss him alot,I enjoyed listening to him play music and enjoyed the time he let me sit in and play with them. He is going to be missed and remembered always i will keep all of you in my thoughts and prayers.Bill bentley and Penny newton



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  6. Tilly, Paragould says

    It has been such a pleasure having Steve for a dedicated friend for over five years...Loved him very much and will always remember his singing, oh what a voice, that voice will sure add a wonderful sound in Heaven for others to hear...Steve I love you and will miss you. Tilly

  7. Mr & Mrs Billy McAnally, Trumann, Arkansas says

    We were so sorry to learn of Steves passing. Our Prayers & thoghts will be with the family in the following days.With sincere sympathy & Love in Christ Jesus,Carrol & Bill McAnally

  8. Sis.Katherine Davis, Trumann,Arkansas says

    We just want to say we are sorry for your loss.We've known Steve for many years,and had the blessing of attending church with him and being blessed by him.We pray for the peace of the Lord to help you make it through this sorrowful time.God bless you all.

  9. Bubbles, Wynne says

    You will be sorely missed...Smoke on WaterRock On

  10. Peggy Clark, Trumann, Ar says

    Trumann has lost one of the greatest guitar players and the nicest person you'd ever want to meet. Steve has been a great friend to me and my husband, Bob. We will miss you so much Steve! Our hearts and sympathies goes out to his family and many friends! We will be listening for your music coming from heaven.

  11. joe and angie austin, trumann, arkansas says

    dear wages family,we wanna share our condlences on this on this accident steve was a good man, a good guitar player, and a good singer. i worked on his vehicles for him. we will miss steve but may he rest in peace.

  12. Rick Lane, Trumann, AR. says

    Lost a good friend and a very excellant guitar player. known Steve a very long time.picked many a tune with him. He will be missed.Sleep well my friend maybe somewhere in the after life we will tune up again. Rick Lane (The Wolfpack Band)

  13. Theresa Treece, Paragould, Arkansas says

    My heart is broken at the loss of such a dear friend. Steve had the biggest heart of anyone I've ever known. I have no doubt that he has a much deserved special place in Heaven. My thoughts and prayers are with you. Our loss is Heaven's gain, but he is missed by all of us who knew him and loved him.

  14. Frank & Vicki Scudder, Newport, Arkansas says

    Steve Wages was the best Lead Guitarist to play at the Gold Star Club out of nearly 100 bands. No doubt a legend as proclaimed throughout many states. 'Steve Wages' and 'The Bad Habit Band' Was voted and awarded the 'Peoples Choice Award' For "Best Cover Band" for the entire state of Arkansas, Southern Mo., and great portion of Tenn, Which was a very great accomplishment and Honor competing with thousands of bands and tens of thousands of voters held by the Gold Star Club In Newport, Ar. for nearly A year.

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