Wendell Bruce Huneycutt, age 57, passed away Monday, August 31, 2020 in Santa Rosa Florida after a brief illness. He was born January 26, 1963 In Arlington, Texas to Wendell O. and Doris Williams Huneycutt.
Wendell Bruce was a unique and talented individual with varied interests and hobbies and was a devoted Christian. Family was his priority along with co-workers and friends who enjoyed his sense of humor and dependability, Bruce had a career with Xerox Corp. In Dallas and Austin, Texas prior to moving to Florida where he was a supervisor of maintenance for various resort companies in Panama City Beach area. Being a perfectionist was an outstanding quality he displayed wherever he was employed. Bruce had a passion for the outdoors; hunting, fishing, beach activities and cruising the Caribbean waters were among his favorite pastimes. His last cruise was this past January with his dad, Iva and his love, Cindy. The four had a future cruise booked for February of 2021.
Those left to cherish his memory are his father, Wendell O. and wife, Iva of Arkadelphia, AR. his significant other, Cynthia Le Bel of Freeport, Florida; three sons, Wendell David and wife, Joy of Emory, Texas, Wesley Eugene of Carson City, Nevada and John Anthony “Tony” Huneycutt of Hoover, Alabama; a daughter, Emma Lee Huneycutt and husband, Devin McWilliams of Hueytown, Alabama; three grandsons, Malachi, Joshua and Wyatt Huneycutt; two granddaughters, Riley Marie McWilliams and Parker Michelle Huneycutt; one brother, John Milton “Skipper” Huneycutt of Mesquite, Texas; three nieces and their husbands all in the Dallas area.
A memorial service will be held at Macedonia Primitive Baptist Church on County Line Rd. near Dalark, Arkansas, Saturday 12. 2020 at 2:00 PM.
In lieu of flowers please make memorials to your favorite charity or to the Macedonia Cemetery c/o Myron Crisco 1039 East County Line Rd. Arkadelphia, AR. 71923.
The service will be available to view on Macedonia Primitive Baptist Church’s Face Book page.
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