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P. O. Box 722
2522 East Broadway
Forrest City, AR 72336
Mrs. Margaret Busby, 66 of Memphis, died Friday, October 9th, 2020, at Baptist East Memorial Hospital in Memphis, TN.
Mrs. Busby was born February 27th, 1954 in Forrest City AR, to the late Mr. Jimmy Williams and the late Mrs. Fannie B. Lewellen.
Survivors are her son, Mr. Malcolm Busby of Memphis, TN, siblings, Mr. Deisko Williams of Little Rock, Mr. Ira Sauls of Little Rock, Mrs. Rosie Lewis of Memphis, TN, Miss Daisy Thomas of Little Rock, Miss Sheila Williams of Memphis, TN, Mrs. Viola Stidum of Little Rock, Mrs. Loretta Winfrey of Ft. Worth, TX, and many other relatives and friends..
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