Bishop Funeral Home
September 18, 2016
Submitted by: Carol Spear Rice
Eugene Nowlin, age 48, of Clayton, died Thursday morning, September 15, 2016, at Sparks Regional Hospital in Ft. Smith, Arkansas. The family will greet friends at Bishop Funeral Home on Sunday between 6 to 8 p.m. Services will be Monday at 2:00 p.m. at Bishop Chapel of Memories with burial at Memory Gardens Cemetery. The service will be officiated by Rev. Lyndon Howze. Eugene was born on July 2, 1968 in Talihina, Oklahoma to Morris & Barbara Barcus Nowlin. He attended schools in Pittsburg and graduated from Pittsburg High School. Eugene then joined the United States Navy and was discharged with a medical discharge. When he returned home, he became a correctional officer and later worked as a truck driver. He really enjoyed hunting and fishing. Survivors include his mother & step-father: Barbara & Alan Shipley of Calera; girlfriend: Felicia Salvador of the home; sisters: Priscilla Nowlin of Dallas, Texas and Lawana Nowlin of Irving, Texas; brother: Alan Nowlin of Sayre. Also, daughter: Shana Nowlin of Krebs; step-daughter: Bridgette Sudduth of Krebs; grandson: Acetin Carter of Krebs; and numerous nieces and nephews and uncles and aunts. Eugene was preceded in death by his father: Morris Nowlin, his twin brother: Joe Nowlin, his paternal grandparents: Floyd & Ada Nowlin, and his maternal grandmother: Artie Barcus. Pallbearers will be Jerry Moreno, Larry Luman, Wesley Baugh, Chuck Osborne, Jeremy Gauna, Paul Monroe, William Ward, Todd Martin, and Shannon Bend. Honorary pallbearers will be Jimmy Barcus and Mike Creel.
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