Obituary

Juanita June Anderson, 78, a resident of Farmington, passed away Saturday, April 6, 2019 in Little Rock, Arkansas. She was born December 12, 1940 in Lincoln, the daughter of Lacy Tolbert and Pearl Mae (Hurst) Shannon.

She was preceded in death by her parents; her first husband Freddie Leon Campbell; one son, Richard Leon Anderson; one brother, Cecil Junior Shannon; one sister, Oleta Marie Reed.

Survivors include her husband of 55 years, Don Anderson; two sons, Dennis Ray Anderson and wife Vicki; James Anderson and wife Julie; one daughter, Teresa Vela and husband Ryan; three brothers, Jimmie Shannon, LeRoy Shannon, Roy "Tubby" Shannon; two sisters, Querita Faddis and Benita Aston; eight grandchildren, Cortney, Amanda, Dustin, Shannon, Alex, Benton, Breanne, and Ben; eight great grandchildren.

The family will receive friends Wednesday, April 10, 2019, 5:00 PM - 6:30 PM at the Luginbuel Chapel.

Funeral Service will be held 10:00 AM Thursday, April 11th, 2019, at Main Street Baptist Church in Farmington, Arkansas. Burial will be in the Bethesda Cemetery. No graveside service will be held at the cemetery.

In lieu of flowers memorials may be made to the Main Street Baptist Church P.O. Box 847 - Farmington, AR 72730 or the Gideons International P.O. Box 641 - Prairie Grove, AR 72753.
Funeral Service

10:00 am
Main Street Baptist Church.
Visitation

5:00 pm
Luginbuel Funeral Home
Final Resting Place
Bethesda Cemetery
North, Row 3 26, Space 30
General

Dec 12, 1940

Apr 6, 2019

78

Tributes

She was my mentor and encourager. She was so brave to the very end maintaining a very positive attitude and never wanting anyone to worry about her. She always told me that the LORD had given her a good life and that she was ready to go when He wanted it to happen. She was such a comfort to me and many others. We all will greatly miss her.
Jimmie Shannon - Brother
Juanita was a sweet, caring and compassionate lady whose warm, infectious smile would light up our hearts. We were so very blessed to call her our dear friend. We will miss her greatly, but rejoice in the knowledge we will be together again in a better place. Our prayers are with Don and family.
Verna & Brenda Yancey - Friends
I worked with Juanita several years in accounting at AWG. I learned so much from her and sad to hear of her passing. Prayers for the Family.
Janet Worley - Co Worker
Besides being my sister, Juanita was a dear friend. She was always concerned about how Bill & I were doing. Her sense of humor, even after she became so ill, could really lighten my mood. We talked almost daily. It's so hard to believe I can't just pick up the phone and talk to her. I'll miss her a lot.--Benita Aston
Benita Aston - Sister
Aunt Juanita was always warm, kind, generous and funny. As a boy, I always looked forward to stay-overs with my cousin James. Aunt Juanita had that way of making me feel right at home. My thoughts are with everyone in this time of grief. Hopefully, remembrances will help sooth the pain and shine on a life well-lived. I will miss you Aunt Juanita.
Christopher Shannon - Nephew
We had the honor of knowing Juanita through the Hurst family reunion. I can say that the times spent talking with her were precious moments. She was very soft spoken and always had a beautiful smile on her face. She walked through the door and the room lit up. We will miss you so at the reunion this year, but you will never be forgotten. God truly picked one of the most beautiful flowers for his garden.
Nina Ryan & Kim Freeman - Cousin
Aunt Juanita was always kind to me, and never hesitated when asking about my well being. I've learned to hold memories close to my heart. Through our struggles, I feel we can find solace in the love we have for others, and the belief that they never leave us.
Josh Shannon - Nephew
Funeral Service

10:00 am
Main Street Baptist Church.
Visitation

5:00 pm
Luginbuel Funeral Home
Final Resting Place
Bethesda Cemetery
North, Row 3 26, Space 30
General

Dec 12, 1940

Apr 6, 2019

78