Geneva “Doll” Meyner, 92, of Clinton, Arkansas awoke in the arms of Jesus Friday, March 18, 2022. She was born April 4, 1929, in Shirley, Arkansas to the late Perry Treece and Effie Cates Treece.
She is preceded in death by her parents, husband of 67 years, Lewis Meyner, brothers; Lloyd Treece, Garland Treece, Gavern Treece, Ben Treece, Eugene Treece, Goerge Wesley “Dub” Treece, Adam Treece, sisters; Elma “Sis” Treece Cox, Alma “Babe” Treece Stark, and Evelene Treece Sigler.
Geneva may seem an ordinary lady to some but was a hero to many through her unselfish devotion to her family, friends, and often those she would just meet. She spent her life caring for others and seeing their needs were met before she ever thought of herself. She was always filled with joy when she was blessed with seeing something good happen for someone else. Her favorite pastimes of course include sharing and showing love, but she also had a knack for gardening, and cooking was her specialty. Geneva would never let someone walk away hungry. Her family knew her secret remedy for anxiety was cooking. She loved to cook, and she was especially good at it.
Her greatest accomplishment was being a devoted, loving, and strong wife and mother. Left to cherish her precious memory are her children; Paul Meyner, Jim Meyner, Betty Ward Belinda Huggins and husband Doug, grandchildren; Travis Johnson, Justin Huggins and wife Brenda, Alycia Huggins, Katelyn Kirkendoll and husband Luke, Haley Jones, four great-grandchildren, numerous other relatives, and many friends.
A graveside service will be held at Culpepper Cemetery at 10:00am, Wednesday, March 23, 2022.
The family has asked that in place of flowers that donations be made to Saint Jude Children's Research Hospital.
Clinton Funeral Service is honored to be entrusted with these arrangements.
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