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Memorial for Harold Sisco

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Harold Gene Sisco, 74, of Rogers, AR peacefully went to be with the lord on October 23, 2020 surrounded by those who loved him and his dog, Molla. Born the youngest of 11 children on March 24, 1946, in Berryville, AR to Mary Wright and George Washington Sisco. He married Vivian in Springdale, AR and together they had 2 children. While their marriage wouldn’t last as long as they’d hoped, Vivian and Harold remained close friends, even living just a house down from each other. He held numerous jobs as a young man, working with a traveling Carnival and at many local golf courses, before starting a career at Tyson on Berry St. He retired after 27 years in 2006. He enjoyed sitting outside on nice days to enjoy his coffee, taking drives in his Ford trucks through the country, eating biscuits & gravy and loved telling stories of his old shenanigans with his family. He spent the last few years traveling with his son and daughter-in-law to Alabama, Texas, New Mexico, and Arizona. He is survived in death by his two children, Danny Sisco and his wife, Belinda; his daughter, Oleta Hardesty; 4 grandchildren, Matthew Sisco, Christopher Grant, Megan Cox and her husband, Cody, and Layne Sisco and his wife, Alexis; 6 great grandchildren, Kaylor, Mason, Elijah, Ezequiel, Mckinley and Charlotte; his best friend, Virginia Cupps; two sisters, VidiaBelle and Alta; one brother, Troy. He is preceded in death by his parents Mary and George; Ex-Wife, Vivian Sisco; grandson, Justin Sisco; and siblings, Delbert, Ival, Opal, Cartha, Oma, AJ, and George “Dayton”. At Harold’s request, no viewings or services are planned. Once everything permits, there will be a celebration of life planned. The family is grateful for the condolences, but declines flowers and donations.