Maggie “Loubelle” McQuany – 1924-2022

Maggie “Loubelle” McQuany – 1924-2022

Maggie “Loubelle” McQuany, was born on July 4, 1924, in Clifton, Tennessee, and went home to meet her Lord and Savior at the blessed age of 97, on January 7, 2022. She was preceded in death by her parents, sister, and husband, Joseph “Joe” McQuany. Loubelle is survived by her stepdaughter, Janice McQuany, and stepson, Nathan McQuany; a very special niece, Cassandra Norman; her goddaughter, Marcell Banks; and a host of relatives and friends. For fifty-four years Loubelle supported families through her work with Al-Anon. Her quick wit and very determined spirit will be truly missed.

Services for Loubelle McQuany will be Friday, January 14, 2022, 1 p.m., Wesley Chapel United Methodist Church, 1109 S. State Street, Little Rock, Ark. The services will be streamed at this LINK.

Visitation will be Friday, January 14, 2022, 12 noon to 1 p.m., at the Church. Please wear masks. Services by Ruffin & Jarrett Funeral Home, 1200 Chester Street, Little Rock.


3 thoughts on “Maggie “Loubelle” McQuany – 1924-2022”

  • Loubelle (and Joe) have had a huge impact on many thousands of people around the world through their service to others. Your legacy will continue to live on through those who have been touched by your examples. May God hold you in His arms …….. you will be missed.

  • I am one of Merp’s longtime friends, about 35 years. I met Loubelle many years ago as I visited Merp every year from California. My love for Loubelle came from the many, many stories I heard from Merp over the years. Getting to meet her was so very special and getting to visit with her meant a lot to me. She gave so very much of herself to so many people she met and cared about. Cassandra, you are such a wonderful niece to take care of her these past years, especially during your own health issues. You too are blessed to be so caring of others. I am very sad for our loss of such a wonderful lady like Loubelle. May you and the rest of her family remember the wonderful times you had together and know how very much she was loved.

  • HEAVEN’S GAIN IS OUR LOSS. I LOVED LOUBELLE WITH ALL MY HEART. LOUBELLE’S FAITH AND THE LOVE, MERCY & GRACE SHE EXTENDED TO ME IN THE ALANON RECOVERY PROGRAM IS THE BEDROCK UPON WHICH I STAND. PRAISE JESUS!!! THANK YOU FOR A BEAUTIFUL FUNERAL SERVICE TODAY IN HONOR OF ONE OF GOD’S SAINTS. MAY LOUBELLE GO MARCHING IN – INTO THE ARMS OF JESUS OUR SAVIOR!!! TOGETHER WITH JOE THROUGHOUT ETERNITY. LOVE, TINA HILLEBRANDT – ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI

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