Adrienne Flinn, 91, passed away Jan. 5, 2020. She was born in Humboldt, Kansas to Sue Means and Ralph Baxley. She was preceded in death by her parents; her stepfather Harlan Means; husband Neal Flinn; and daughter, Cindy Flinn. Adrienne leaves behind her children, Pam Curtis, Tim Flinn, and her grandson, David Makin.
If it’s true that the world knows little of its greatest men, it’s sadder still that it knows less of its greatest women, women who exemplify, nurture, and bequeath the values that make the earth a better place to live. How fortunate were the children, men and women, or even a stray cat to have been intertwined with Mrs. Flinn. Her gentle touch, loving nature, and good intentions were felt from Kansas to Peru, Indiana; to Yuba City, California; to Henderson, Tennessee; to Southfield, Michigan; to Florence, Alabama; to Elyria, Ohio; and lastly to Hot Springs Village, Arkansas.
During her life’s journeys she searched for and found truth and beauty in others, in nature, and in the Church of Christ. In the end, all the incidentals that kept her busy like sewing children’s clothes, conjuring up tasty meals, writing feature newspaper articles, or crafting art did fade; but love endures.
No services will be held. The family suggests donations be made in memory of Adrienne Flinn to Arkansas Hospice.
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