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Delbert Hoyle Loggins
January 23, 1932 - June 26, 2021

Delbert Hoyle Loggins of Trumann departed from this life on Saturday, June 28, 2021 at Phil and Flo Jones Hospice House in Jonesboro, AR at the age of 89 years, 5 months and 3 days.  Delbert was born Saturday, January 23, 1932 in Shady Grove to the late Coy and Lora Lois Osment Loggins.  Delbert was a much loved husband, father, grandfather and great-grandfather, he leaves behind a large family and he will be greatly missed.  He was a member of Pleasant Hill Baptist Church in Harrisburg.  He loved God and the church where he was a song leader, taught Sunday School and was always working in the church.  Delbert was a veteran of US Air Force where he spent 2 years in Tula,  Greenland and 2 years in Portland, Oregon. Delbert worked for GM in St. Louis for 13 years, Craighead Farmers Coop in Bay for 4 years and retired from Parker Hannifin in Trumann after 17 years.  He was preceded in death by one brother, Bob Loggins, two brother-in-laws, Ralph Davis, and Harold Sadler; one son-in-law, Greg Hill; one niece, Kathy Pluff  and nephew, Terry Don Everhart and his parents.       He is survived by his wife of 37 years, Carolyn Loggins of the home; one son, Mark Loggins  and Leah of Bono; one daughter, Lora Hill of Winchester, TN; three step children, L.J. (Lena) Forbus of Hot Springs, AR, Shelly (Ken) Stokes of Trumann, and Roger (Kim) Forbus of Trumann; two brothers, Charles (Donna Pat) Loggins, and Rev. Larry (Mary Lea) Loggins; four sisters, Betty Davis of Mississippi, Martha Sadler of Texas, Kay Long of Trumann and Sammie (Jim) Layer of Jonesboro; eight grandchildren, Matthew (Mary) Loggins, Lyndsy (Keith) Sharp, Josiah Hill, James Forbus, Candiace Forbus, J.T. (Taylor) McAuliffe, Stacy (Chris) Adams, Lee (Zoe) Forbus; nine great-grandchildren, Titus Loggins, Molly Loggins, Gavin Sharp, Ian Sharp, Jay McAuliffe, Keaton Adams, Lyla Forbus, Riley Sharp and Madelyn Sharp.       Visitation will be Wednesday, June 30th from 2:00 to 3:00 p.m. at Pleasant Hill Baptist Church, 20510 Hwy 158 in Harrisburg.  Celebration of Life will follow at 3:00 p.m. at Pleasant Hill Baptist Church with  Revs. James Hewitt and Rev. Larry Loggins officiating.   Burial will follow in Willis Cemetery in Harrisburg. Pallbearers will be Matthew Loggins, Josiah Hill, Keith Sharp, James Forbus, J.T. McAuliffe, Lee Forbus, Chris Adams, Ken Stokes.  Honorary pallbearers are the men of Pleasant Hill Baptist Church.      In compliance with Covid-19 guidelines, a mask or other facial covering is optional and social distancing will be required. An online register book can be signed at www.thompsonfuneralhome.net.

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Visitation

June 30, 2021
02:00 PM - 03:00 PM

Pleasant Hill Baptist Church

Harrisburg, AR 72432

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Funeral Service

June 30, 2021
03:00 PM

Pleasant Hill Baptist Church

Harrisburg, AR 72432

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  1. Pam Adams , Iowa City, IA says

    Thoughts and prayers are with Carolyn and With Delberts Family He was such a kind man and a friend and neighbor at Central community And a great Supervisor to so many at Parker for many years Bless you all

  2. Stan Cragg, Conway, AR says

    Peaceful Heavenly rest, Mr. Loggins.

  3. Trisha Smith, Arlington, TX says

    Our thoughts and prayers are with our family today. I love hearing mom’s stories about Uncle Hoyle. Uncle Hoyle was with mom when she was baptized. Mamaw was out of town and Papaw wasn’t feeling well so he took her. When she was in high school, he rented her a typewriter so she could take typing in school. We are grateful for the hope of Heaven that is ours and we will see him again one day! Love, Dennis, Trish, Hallie and Ryan

  4. Martha Ann, Arlington TX says

    He was a very special brother. I loved him so much.

  5. Louis Layton, Jonesboro, AR says

    Dear Loggins Family, On behalf of Martha, Debbie, and I, we wish to extend our deepest sympathy to you and your family at the passing of your brother, Hoyle. Debbie, myself and Martha have lost a brother and we understand your deep sorrow. Love, Dr. Louis Jr. Layton and Family Martha Lewis and Family

  6. Merita Merritt, Jonesboro says

    I so sorry to hear of Bro. Hoyle’s passing. He was a good man, loved him dearly.

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