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Lloyd “Dwight” Rash, March 2, 1946~April 16, 2017

Lloyd “Dwight” Rash, longtime Fayetteville resident and lover of Arkansas.

Son of Lloyd and Opal Rash, deceased. Survived by brother, Dan Rash, S.C. and nephew, Doug Rash, Jr, Texas.

Ozark Carburetor, school bus driver/aide.

Burial/Remembrance: Double Mountain Cemetery, Peacock, TX.

Funeral arrangements by Beard’s Chapel. For information contact docdanr@icloud.com

 

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    Michael Minton » 18. Apr, 2017

    Deeply sadden with the news of the passing of Dwight and my warm sincere thoughts to all his loved ones. Very thankful for our paths crossing in 1971 and the great friendship shared since. Dwight helped many with his insight, talents, and keen awareness of diverse knowledge. I will miss his presence and very happy to have many memories to reflect upon.
    Michael Minton

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    Phillips Family » 19. Apr, 2017

    My condolences to you and your family for the loss of your dear loved one. Losing a loved one is a distressing and painful time. We have assurance from God’s word at Psalm 34:18 that he is near to those brokenhearted and he saves those crushed in spirit. It is my hope that your family will find strength to endure during the days ahead.

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    Name » 27. Apr, 2017

    I have known Dwight for several years and found him to funny, compassionate, and his own “character”. He always made me laugh and we shared stories about working and health and his land deals. He was a truly unique Arkansan and we will miss him
    Betty Morris @ Avalon Nutrition

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    Name » 27. Apr, 2017

    I was saddened to hear of Dwight’s passing. Always enjoyed talking to him when he came to the store I work at. Kept me forever confused on whether his name was LLoyd or Dwight. It became a joke whenever he came in. :) He was a sweet customer I loved to wait on. Rest in peace Dwight
    Wanda Masterson @ Avalon Nutrition

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    Robert Jackson » 28. Jul, 2017

    Dwight was a one of a kind guy, i think he knew more about carburetors than probably anyone ,highly intellectual and down to earth and country at the same time. I met Dwight after i moved to NWA in 1990 and he told me things i needed to know about living there , who was cool and who to watch out for. we stayed in touch over the years ,and i really enjoyed when i got to talk with him and we would talk about all the crazy changes in fayetteville and the old days of having a beer and getting off dickson before the “crazies ” came out ,lol. i will miss him very much and believe i will see him again with ALL my loved ones passed. rest in peace brother. rob jackson.