Ella Cline

Ella Cline

BONO — Ella Faye Cline left her earthly home Monday, Nov. 16, 2020, at Craighead Nursing Home at the age of 90.

She was born on Sept. 26, 1930, in Salem to Lottie and Tillman Shrable.

She was married to her late husband, Jessie Cline, for 66 years. They raised four children, Kathy, PeeWee, Cloyce and Stanley.

Ella Faye spent most of her life in Bono, raising her family and farming. She worked for General Electric, John T. Gray (now The Learning Center) and several other jobs throughout the years.

She was preceded in death by her two sons, Cloyce Cline and Stanley Cline, along with two grandsons, Stan Jr. and Marc Ford.

She is survived by her sister, Betty (Bob) Bates of Hot Springs; her daughter, Kathy and husband Dwayne Ford; son PeeWee and wife Paula Cline, all of Jonesboro; eight grandchildren Angie (Scotty) Jones, Jennifer (Ryan) Harbertson, Rodney Cline, Tracey (Wade) Rodgers, Anthony (Holly) Cline, Jessica (Luke) Beaver, T.J. (Angel) Cline and Kassey Cline; great-grandchildren Madison Fowler-Niblock, Keegan Fowler, Ethan Ford, Darcy Ford, Taylor Roeder, Hayden Roeder, Tegan Rodgers, Kaylee Cline, Tucker Cline, Chance Cline, Elizabeth Beaver, Ashlee Beaver, Lucas Beaver, Aaron Beaver, Olivia Beaver, Ella Beaver, Abigail Beaver, Evelyn Beaver, Hannah Beaver, Noah Cline, Luke Cline, Cameron Harbertson, Kaden Harbertson, Taylor Harbertson, Makena Harbertson, Trevin Harbertson, Zach Jones, Landon Jones, Wade Rodgers and Nolan Rodgers.

Everyone who knew Ella Faye knew she was a devoted and proud “Granny.” She loved watching her grandchildren and great-grandchildren in all they did and was their best cheerleader.

She was quick witted and loved to laugh. She enjoyed gardening, canning, eating popcorn, watching baseball and old western TV shows and she loved the Razorbacks. She was an excellent gardener and was especially proud of her plants, naming each after someone she loved.

She requested that her funeral not be sad, but a celebration. Her celebration of life will be 11 a.m. Wednesday at Roller-Farmers Union Funeral Home, 1900 W. Washington Ave., Jonesboro, with Robbie Cline officiating.

Burial will follow at Trinity Cemetery in Bono. Lester Wilson, Mickey Dement, James Perkins, Sam Barnes, Ross Tate and Shawn Lancaster will serve as pallbearers.

Visitation will precede the service beginning at 10 a.m. For those unable to attend the visitation or service, the body will be lying in repose from 3-5 p.m. today.

In lieu of flowers, please consider the Trinity Cemetery Fund, in care of Gaylon Tate, P.O. Box 429, Bono, AR 72416.

We are complying with the Arkansas Department of Health guidelines and limiting indoor funeral and visitation attendance while observing social distancing guidelines. All attendees must provide and wear their own masks before entering.

Online guestbook: www. rollerfuneralhomes.com/Jonesboro