Alice Maul
In Memory of
Alice Marie
Maul (Majors)
1936 - 2017
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Obituary for Alice Maul (Majors)

Alice  Maul (Majors)
Alice Marie Majors Maul of McCrory, Arkansas and formerly of Augusta, Arkansas departed this life on Tuesday, December 5, 2017 from the Woodruff County Health Center of McCrory at the age of 81. She was born in Cotton Plant, Arkansas on July 5, 1936 the daughter of the late John Kerr Majors and Mildred Caressa Pruitt.

Mrs. Maul attended Cotton Plant School and later married Mr. Leonard Maul who has preceded her in death. She was a longtime member of the Patterson First Baptist Church where she watched over the nursery for many years. She had a love for the children who all called her Momma. Mrs. Maul was a homemaker and also a caregiver to whomever was in need, you could always count on her to come and help in any way she could. She also had a love for nature and raised little wild animals such as baby sparrows and they would follow her around until they got ready to fly on their own. You would also see her with baby rabbits and squirrels that she would raise and nurture until they were able to leave. But, on occasion a squirrel would actually scratch on her door and want to come back in. A little child brought in a turtle that had a cracked shell where she glued it back together and it walked away. Her greatest accomplishment was raising her two nephews, Alex and Aaron Farley.

Mrs. Maul is preceded in death by her parents, John and Mildred Majors, her husband, Leonard Maul, two brothers, John Jr. Majors, Jerry Majors, three sisters, Doris Klotz, Louise Dilly, Shirley Taylor and Rosie Goode.

Mrs. Maul is survived by three brothers, James Majors and wife Mary of Searcy, Arkansas, Larry Majors and wife Barbara of Bald Knob, Arkansas, Timmy Majors of Ark City, Kansas and numerous nieces, nephews, great nieces and nephews and great-great nieces and nephews of whom she dearly loved.

Those honored to serve as pallbearers will be Richard Mason, John Taylor, Jeremy Nance, Marvin Kelley, Marshall Kelley, Corey Mason, Jonathon Williams and Dennis Jones.

The family requests that memorials may be sent in her memory to the Arkansas Children’s Hospital 1 Children’s Way Little Rock, Arkansas 72202.

Visitation will begin for Mrs. Maul at 10:00 a.m. on Saturday, December 9, 2017 with 11:00 a.m. funeral services following at the Thompson-Wilson McCrory Funeral Home Chapel. Interment will be in Woodman Cemetery. thompsonfh.com 870-731-2551
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