Reola Bynum – 1917-2020

Reola Bynum – 1917-2020

REOLA BYNUM passed away peacefully at home on May 26, 2020 surrounded by her family;

She was born November 12, 1917 in Kerr, Ark., to Bob and Tena Avery both of whom preceded her in death. She was also preceded in death by her husband, Collie C. Bynum, twin sister, Osceola Jones, brother, Lemuel Avery and great-granddaughter, Jasmine Romes.

Granny leaves behind to cherish her memory, a son and daughter-in-law Alease and Beverly Romes; three grandchildren, Gary Romes, Michael (Nikki) Romes, Aleasa (John) Watson; two great-grandchildren Jade Romes, Gary Romes, Jr. and Lillie Jo Watson; three great-great-grandchildren; special family, James, Jr., Barbara, Elivia and James, III, Wafford.

Reola lived her entire life in North Little Rock and Jacksonville, Ark. She graduated from Scipio A. Jones High. She was a member of St. Stephens Baptist Church in Dixie until her marriage to Collie C. Bynum in 1946, at which time she united with First Baptist Church Main St., North Little Rock. She remained an active member there until she was no longer able to attend.

Reola was employed by and retired from Kellwood Industries after over 35 years.

She loved her church, family and her Brady Bunch group.

Visitation will be Monday, June 1,2020, 12-5 p.m., at Ruffin & Jarrett Funeral Home, 1200 Chester Street, Little Rock. (501) 372-1305. Face covering required. The funeral service will be live streamed Tuesday, June 2, 2020 at 10 a.m., on Ruffin & Jarrett’s Facebook page.


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  • I truly thank God and Jesus Christ for the life of my cousin Reola , what an inspiration she has been to me over the years.. I have tried my best to make her “PSMA” (Positive Spiritual and Mental Attitude) ( no matter what the circumstances) an integral part of my life as i uphold the blood stained banner of Jesus Christ. I can’t wait until we all meet again on the other side of the Jordan where our families will spend eternity together with Jesus Christ. With the love of Jesus Christ, the Joe L. Avery family extends their sincere sympathy to our cousins Al and the Romes family.

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