Uncategorized

Jimmy D. Whittington, May 27, 1952~May 24, 2016

Jimmy D. Whittington, 63, of Fayetteville, died May 24, 2016 at the Willard Walker Hospice Home surrounded by his family. He was born May 27, 1952 in Magnolia, Arkansas to Wyman B. and Bernice Simmons Whittington. He served in the United States Air Force during the Vietnam Era.  He was in law enforcement in Magnolia, Arkansas and retired from the Washington County Sheriffs Department.

He is survived by two sons, Jason Whittington and wife, Susan, of Camas, Washington and Michael Bradley and wife, Dawn, of West Fork, Arkansas; two brothers, Wyman Whittington, Jr. and wife, Pam of Bentonville, Arkansas and Michael Vaughan and wife, Kay of El Dorado, Arkansas; two sisters, Judy Harper and husband, Bobby of Fort Smith, Arkansas and Julia Whittington of Fayetteville; 4 grandchildren, Jasmine Whittington, Sean Whittington, Caylee Bradley and Garrett Bradley; numerous nieces and nephews.

No services are planned at this time.

Submit A Condolence

To submit a condolence to the family, please comments below. When your condolence has been received by Beard's Funeral Chapel, we will post here on the website for family and friends to read.

Leave a Condolence

Condolences (5)

    Reply
    Rick jensen » 24. May, 2016

    It was a great honor in not only knowing Jim but working with him he was and will be missed.

    Reply
    Name » 24. May, 2016

    My very first Field Training Officer in the fall of 2008. I pray for peace for his family!

    Reply
    Keith Lawson » 24. May, 2016

    Godspeed my dear friend!

    Reply
    Randy & Linda Bradley » 25. May, 2016

    To all the family: We were sorry to hear about your loss and send our deepest condolences.

    Reply
    Frederick O. Weatherspoon » 26. May, 2016

    With much sadness I wish to extend my condolences. Jim and I served several years as officers with the Magnolia Police Department. Jim provided me with many years of valuable advice and professional support early in my career. Thanks Jim rest well you earned it!