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Jay Arnold Black

Jay Arnold Black

April 23, 1959 - January 10, 2020

Jay Arnold Black, 60, of Springfield, Missouri, passed away January 10, 2020 to go home and be with the Lord. <br /> <br /> He was born on April 23, 1959 to parents Robert Black, Sr., and Jacqueline Hunt in Leachville, Arkansas. <br /> <br /> He enjoyed being in nature, exploring, meditating, rock hunting, studying the paranormal, making people smile, laugh, helping people in any way he could, and most of all being with the ones he loved. He lived his life a God fearing and big hearted man. <br /> <br /> He is survived by his children Amber Goss, Jayson Black, Jasmond Heenan, his former wife Sharon Black, his brother Roger Black, and his three grandchildren Gavin, Jayde, and Miyah Goss. <br /> <br /> He is preceded in death by his brother Robert Sherman Black, Jr., his father Robert Sherman Black, Sr., his mother Jacqueline Nancy (Arnold) Hunt, and his daughter Ashley Krista Black. <br /> <br /> Memorial services will be held at Galatia Assembly of God in Norfork, Arkansas. on Tuesday January the 28th from 1:30pm - 3:30pm. Burial will be directly after at Galatia Cemetery. <br /> <br /> Arrangements are under direction of Adams Funeral Home, Ozark.


Jan 28
Memorial service

Tuesday, 1:30 PM -3:30 PM

Galatia Assembly Of God

16580 AR-5, Norfork, AR 72658, USA

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    I don't even know where to begin or how this would end.
    I just feel Peace knowing he is with God. He had a very full life full of giving and love. Ours paths crossed so much in life we became neighbors as our family grew.
    He was a good man and will be missed...
    Amber, Jayson may he always be with you. And may God always be at your side...
    Rest in peace Jay Black and go with God. I'm so sorry and give all my love to all the family...
    Diane Rogers Jan 18, 2020
    I am so heartbroken over his sudden loss and I will not recover any time soon, but I saw Jay go through heartbreak himself and he never once complained. He kept seeing the good side in everything and everyone. Truly one of the warmest people I have had the pleasure of talking to. I will have fond memories of him posting silly things to make me laugh on FB when he knew I had a bad day, or sharing each other music we could relate to. You kept calling me an angel, Jay, but that was truly what you were in my life. Thank you for a decade of laughs and care, and friendship. I am sending love to your children and grandchildren whom you loved so dearly, as well as Sharon. I am praying for them to recover from your loss. I hope you keep looking after us from up above. I love you Jay, forever. Rest in everlasting peace.
    Anne-Sophie Jan 15, 2020
    I known Jay forever. I am so sorry for your loss.
    Peggy Miller Jan 15, 2020
    I have many memories of conversations late at night ,Jay kept me going with his heart of compassion and understanding wihen my whole family I knew from birth passed away with in 3 and half years apart. I will ever be do grateful for his devotion, We talk of paranormal , because I experience it all my life and spirit come to me in ways that Jay understood , He even help my daughter through her dreams . I will miss him and already do so much , I know I will feel him eventually though and I'm looking forward to him coming with a message . He loved his Kids ,Grandkids He spoke with such love and pride ,
    Dianne Anderson Jan 15, 2020