- May 8, 1929 - August 19, 2007
- North Little Rock, Arkansas
of Richard's Passing
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I am so sorry for the loss of your father. I have been keeping you in my thoughts and prayers and will continue to do so. I hope God will...Read More »
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“I wish to express my deepest sympathy in the loss of Richard. He was a big part of my deceased wifes, Dana's, life. May God bless you and give you...Read More »
2 of 4 | Posted by: Joe Rowe
“Debbie and Rick,
My deepest sympathy to you both. My thoughts and prayers are with you both.
With much love,
Pam (Hoyt) Wallworth
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“My thoughts and prayers are with your family at this time of loss, and to Richard his son, I want him to know how proud his father was of him. Every...Read More »
4 of 4 | Posted by: Vickie Eaton
Richard Doyle Scroggin, 78, of North Little Rock, passed from this world Sunday, August 19, 2007. He was born May 8, 1929 in Center Ridge, Arkansas, a son of Joseph Henry Scroggin and Eva Lee Harwood Scroggin. Mr. Scroggin was a 1955 graduate of Arkansas State Teachers College and graduated in 1967 from Arkansas Law School.
President and owner of Scroggin Claim Service, Mr. Scroggin was a retired claims adjuster, a U.S. Army Veteran who served in the Korean War and was awarded the Korean Service Medal with one bronze star and UN Service Medal and was saved in the Baptist faith.
Survivors include his daughter, Deborah Scroggin Osredker of St. Charles, Missouri; granddaughter, Andria Osredker of St. Charles, Missouri; son, Richard Doyle Scroggin, Jr. of Irving, Texas; grandson, Trevor Schafer of Irving, Texas; two brothers, Carroll Scroggin of Palos Verdes, California, and Benny Scroggin of North Little Rock.
Funeral services will be 11:00 a.m. Thursday, August 23, at Harris Chapel with Father Charles Thessing officiating. Burial was at Pleasant Hill Cemetery by Harris Funeral Home of Morrilton. The family will receive friends one hour prior to the service. Pallbearers were Harold Williams, Ray Hoyt, Edd Hoyt, Ronnie Hoyt, Steve Scroggin, Thomas Flowers and Dale Gottsponer.