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James “Jim” Flint Mhoon, September 19, 1954~June 18, 2014

James “Jim” Flint Mhoon, 59,  of Fayetteville died Wednesday June 18, 2014 in his home. Jim was born September 19, 1954 in Fayetteville to Douglas Mhoon and Martha Faubus Mhoon.

Jim was preceded in death by both of his parents as well as his only sibling, sister,  Linda Mhoon Shepherd

Jim was a gifted musician and spent a great deal of his life traveling playing drums in numerous bands.  He worked as a surveyor in Little Rock and Aspen CO before returning to reside in Fayetteville. His love for music, cars and animals will forever be remembered by those who loved him.

In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the Fayetteville Humane Society in memory of Jim Mhoon.

Cremation arrangements by Beard’s Funeral Chapel.  No services are scheduled.

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    karen heathcock robbins » 24. Jun, 2014

    Sorry for your loss. Condolences from Chip and Karen Heathcock. May Jim rest in eternal peace.

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    Jane Elliott Scott » 24. Jun, 2014

    So sorry to hear of cousin Jim’s passing. RIP, Jim until we meet again.

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    Jeff Green » 24. Jun, 2014

    It was a privilege to have shared music, and laughs, with Jim.

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    Winfield McMurtrey » 25. Jun, 2014

    Jim was a funny & intelligent guy who brightened my high school days, especially Mr. Hall’s English class.
    I’m sorry I missed the chance to speak with him again, may his soul rest eternally in peace.

    We all shine on…like the moon and the stars and the sun…

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    Name » 26. Jun, 2014

    Jim was a true brother…….He was a part of the Milburn family. We will miss him and his talent very much!

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    lisa,Bob and Kalee » 21. Jul, 2014

    We had the pleasure to live by Jim on Happy Hollow for about 3 yrs. Never a dull moment with jim around. He will be missed by many. RIP Jim!!!

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    Johnny McConnell » 11. Aug, 2014

    First I offer my prayers for Jim and his family. I met Jim as a youngster while visiting his grand parents Flint and Esther Mhoon. I believe my grandmother Bessie Douglas McConnell whose husband was Ben was Esther’s sister. My father was Hiram who has long since died. My mother Charlotte still survives in Lafayette louisiana and will be 99 ironically on September 19. I miss my visits to my Arkansas relatives whom most have died. I too live in Lafayette as does my older brother Don. My family plans to visit Fayetteville next summer. Maybe we could visit some of my relatives. Again my prayers go out to you all. Your cousin, John McConnell