Bernita Lyn Meurer
January 24, 1955 - January 15, 2023

Bernita Lyn Meurer, 67, of Clarksville, Arkansas passed away at her home on January 15, 2023. She was born on January 24, 1955 in Jonesboro, Arkansas to Albert Henry and Ruthie Huggins. Lyn was of the Baptist Faith. She loved spending time with her family, visiting, sharing old memories and looking through old black and white photos from her childhood. Survivors include; loving husband: Kenneth Meurer of the home; three sons: Heath Blasingame of Clarksville, Arkansas, Chance Blasingame of Coalhill, Arkansas, and Chism Blasingame of Altus, Arkansas; one step daughter: Jo Marie Brown of Demont, Oklahoma; one brother: Leroy (Bulah) Henry of Sebastian, Florida; three sisters: Erma Scott of Paragould, Arkansas, Reta Moore of Alma, Arkansas, and Helen (Jimmy) Brigance of Fayetteville, Arkansas; four grandchildren: Jennifer Pruitt, Heather Montgomery, Quintin Blasingame, and Collin Blasingame; four great grandchildren: Haze, Parker, Mia, and Jesse; and a host of other family and friends. Lyn is preceded in death by; her parents: Albert and Ruth Henry; and one brother: Bobby Henry. A celebration of life will be held on Saturday, January 28, 2023 at Center Point Free Will Baptist Church in Mulberry, Arkansas.

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  1. Pamela Lancaster, Baton Rouge says

    Lyn was my hero. She was such a good friend when I needed her the most. I have very fond memories of her and her mom, Ruth. Love them both.

  2. Charlene Henry Donaldson, Hayaville says

    Lyn, Another beautiful sole gone from our large family. You will be missed, and we will tell stories about you, when you were a small girl, we will lie a little, love a lot and miss you so much that tears will fill our eyes. I love you,

  3. Charlene Henry Donaldson, Hayaville, Kansa says

    I loved you always and will miss your beautiful face and laughter.

  4. Debra Mobarak, Ozark says

    I will never forget living across from you. When I was younger I thought you were the prettiest woman I'll never forget you you will be greatly missed.

  5. April Najjaj, Durham, NC says

    With deepest sympathy

  6. Linda and Warren Ellis, Jonesboro says

    Erma, so sorry for your loss. Prayers for you and your family!

  7. Sondra Cline, Bono, AR says

    My Aunt Lyn was always full of life and just fun to be around. You knew laughter would be part of your visit with her. She definitely loved her boys, Heath, Chance and Chism. To my cousins, my deepest sympathy. Hold on to those precious memories! Love, Sondra Maynard Cline

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