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Andrew “Les” Cuff Jr. September 23, 1964 ~January 11, 2014

cuffPicAndrew “Les” Cuff Jr. 49, of Winslow passed away Saturday, January 11, 2014 at his home. He was born September 23, 1964 in Aberdeen, Washington to Andrew L. Cuff Sr. and Delitha M. Sharp Cuff. He graduated high school in Mountainburg, Arkansas and was a member of the Black Oak Church of Christ. He was preceded in death by his parents. Survivors include his wife of 28 years, Sondra Cuff; daughter, Angie Thompson of West Fork; two sons, Jason Robinson of Winslow and Kacy Kelly of Mountainburg; brother, James Cuff and wife Fran of Eagle River, Alaska; four sisters, Penny Towe and Delores Harris and husband Martin Both from Modesto, Ca; Annette Vines and husband Keith of Conway, Arkansas and Nicole Valliquette and husband Andrew of Ozark, Arkansas; five grandchildren and several other family members and friends. A memorial service will be held 10:00 AM, Friday, January 17, 2014 at the Beard’s Funeral Chapel with Pastor Darren Vaughn officiating. Memorials may be made to the Black Oak Church of Christ, C/O Kevin Dickard, P.O Box 173, Greenland, Ar 72737.

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    Peggy Baker » 13. Jan, 2014

    Your family is in my prayers. May the Lord comfort you as you get through this difficult time. God Bless, Peggy Baker

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    janice mason » 13. Jan, 2014

    I just don’t know what to say. I am still in shock. I was looking forward to seeing you two. Two or three months ago you both was coming to see us. I even cleaned up Ambers room and had It all ready for your visit then your car broke down in Texas and you had to go back home. I’m so sorry Sandy It’s hard to lose someone you love but I think it’s harder for them to go so quickly. That’s what happened to me and I still can’t get over it. If you need to talk just call me anytime. Love you always Jan

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    Nicole » 14. Jan, 2014

    I love you & I miss you. You are so special to me & my heart is heavy. I pray that God will give me peace about all of this & I pray that he comforts our family. I pray daily for Sondra & I wish there was something I could say or do to take the pain away…all I know to do is pray & trust that God will comfort her. I love you brother & I will never forget you.

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    Name » 15. Jan, 2014

    I am so sorry to hear about the passing of Les, Though I only met him through facebook we our family and I know he is dancing in heaven with the relatives that went on before him. Man what a family reunion that will be. You are all in our prayers.

    Love
    Mark Cuff
    Oregon

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    Lyn Adair » 16. Jan, 2014

    I wish you peace my dear friend. I love you.

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    Donna Bramlet » 16. Jan, 2014

    My heart and prayers go out to you Sondra and your family. This will be one of your most difficult times in life so know that Family, Friends, and most of all, The Lord is standing by you. God bless you.

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    Trish Hawkins » 16. Jan, 2014

    Sondra, may the Lord hold you in his ever loving arms today and always. Les, I never had the honor to meet you, but I knew you from all the pictures and comments on Facebook thru your wife, Sondra, whom I knew loved you with everything in her. I am saddened at your untimely death. Now you are an angel in heaven now walking with the Lord.
    May God Bless and keep you and your family left behind forever and ever.
    Sondra, I love you and will always be here for you.

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    Don Harding » 16. Jan, 2014

    My sincerest condolences and prayers are with the Cuff family. Les was a boyhood friend that I was able to reconnect with recently and talk about the old days playing football as running backs in Mtburg. I thought I had more time. He was a good kid, and a fast running back with with the slippery moves and Goldilocks hair. He referred to me as the runaway dump truck, because I had neither the speed or the moves he did.

    I am blessed to know such a kind person. I’ll miss you in this life my friend. See you on the other side.

    Don Harding

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    ann r leach » 16. Jan, 2014

    we are all sorry for your loss – he will be missed by all. there are a lot of memories which will never be forgotten. y