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He was a member and former chairman of the board of trustees of First United Methodist Church.
He was past president of the Malvern Lions Club, and walked the streets for 25 years selling brooms, light bulbs, and mops, with the proceeds helping the local visually impaired.
At her request, her body was cremated and there will be no services. Lawrence Clayton Alderman, age 71 of Hot Springs, died Monday, May 2, 2016 in Mabelvale, Arkansas.
He was born on February 27, 1945 in Pine Bluff, Arkansas to the late Kenneth Phelps Alderman and June Galloway Alderman.
The family will be at 518 East Sullenberger Avenue in Malvern. Reared and educated in Malvern, she retired after 55 years as a retail clerk, having worked at West Department Store and Walmart.
She is survived by two sons, Joe Hicks and his wife, Sandra of Malvern, and Larry Hicks of North Little Rock; by a step-daughter, Alma Walker of Malvern; by a brother, Glenn Cunningham of Apple Valley, California; by a sister, Lola Kidd of Malvern; by seven grandchildren, Michelle Carnahan, Rachel Inmon, Lawrence (Tripp) Hicks, III, Krista Sebourn, Jace Helms, Joseph Hicks, Jr., Diane Austin; by three step-grandchildren; by six great-grandchildren, and by three great-great-grandchildren.
Lawrence and his wife moved to Hot Springs in 2006. He was born on January 1, 1924 in Pine Bluff, Arkansas to the late Dewey Edward Allen, Sr. His birth mother died when Dewey was very young, and he was reared by his step-mother, Margaret Laxton Allen.
He was a member of First United Methodist Church, Hot Springs, and attended the Scouting the Divine Sunday School Class. His survivors include his wife Elizabeth Ann Fuhrman Alderman to whom he was married on January 29, 1967; his children, Louis Alderman (Cassie) of Bryant, Arkansas, and Simon Alderman (Cynthia) of Thomasville, North Carolina; two grandchildren, Zane Clayton Alderman and Rebekah Smith; a sister, Carrie June Harper of Monette, Arkansas; sisters-in-law, Raquel Alderman, Lillie Fuhrman and Betty Fuhrman; brothers-in-law, Larry Fuhrman (Correne), Leland Fuhrman (Marian), and Gary Fuhrman (Sue), and a host of nieces and nephews. Dewey joined the Army Air Corps in 1942 and, after training, flew on a B-17 bomber for combat duty over Italy. Dewey was awarded eight medals for his service in World War 2.
She was born Pansy Juanita Oden in Hammon, Oklahoma on August 12, 1925 to the late Ollie Oden and Myrtle Britt Oden.In lieu of flowers, memorials are requested to First United Methodist Church, Hot Springs. After being honorably discharged in November of 1945, he began his collegiate pre-dental studies, and was accepted in Washington University, St. He graduated in May, 1951 and practiced in Malvern for 37 ½ years.Dewey spent his entire adult life helping those who could not help themselves.He graduated high school at Central High in Little Rock.He retired from Union Pacific Railroad after 27 years as conductor.