Brian Bodenheimer Obituary, Death Cause – Bodenheimer, who had lived in Biscoe all his life and was 79 years old when he passed away on November 19, 2022, is now in the presence of the Lord. She was reared as Willie Tarry and Omie Lou Farmer Jackson’s daughter throughout her childhood. She was the child that they had. She made her entrance into the world on May 5th, 1943, in the city of DeValls Bluff, Arkansas. She was devout in her practice of the Baptist faith.
Mary was a factory worker who had been employed at the Shoe Factory for a substantial amount of time prior to the time of this sentence’s writing. She had an extensive collection of flowers, and one of her favorite things to do was to visit the homes of others and appreciate the floral arrangements they had created. She realized that going to casinos for her enjoyment on a leisurely basis was quite enjoyable. She treasured the opportunities she had to spend time with her nieces, nephews, and their children and grandchildren.
Her favorite thing to do was to talk on the phone with her best friend Doris Randleas in the evening, and she tried to do it as often as she could. Additionally, she looked forward to her travels to England because that was where she did all of her shopping, conducted all of her business, and even got her hair and nails done. Her parents, five of her siblings, and her loving husband Joe Bodenheimer all went away before she did. She was the lone survivor of her immediate family. She is survived by her nieces, Dena (Wayne) Moore and Sherry (Brian) Gowan, both of Biscoe; her nephew, James (Renee) Jackson, also of Biscoe; her four step-children; two great-nieces; two great-nephews; two great-great nieces; six great-great-nephews; as well as her best friend, Doris Randleas, also of Biscoe.