Bill’s Story

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Journal entry by Whit Plunkett

Friends and Family,
We have been scrambling all day trying to get the details on the funeral nailed down.  

We will be having the visitation on Monday from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM at Roller-Chenal Funeral Home (13801 Chenal Pkwy, Little Rock, AR 72211)

The Memorial Celebration will be at Fellowship Bible Church on Tuesday at 11:00 AM (1401 Kirk Rd, Little Rock, AR 72223).

Obituary is below, it should be in the paper tomorrow:
Bill Plunkett II was born 12/22/1947 in North Little Rock, AR has died 11/9/2018

He was a favorite son of his home town of North Little Rock, AR where he graduated from North Little Rock “Old Main” High School class of 1965.
He moved to Fayetteville where he met the love of his life Susan whom he married shortly there after. He Graduated from the University of Arkansas in 1971. 

After graduation they moved to Little Rock and he was saved by his Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. They started a family and a career in telecom with Southwestern Bell/ AT&T/ Lucent Technologies / Sempra Energy that lasted more than three decades and moved him across the country to St Louis - New Hampshire - Kansas City and Dallas- and allowed him to travel to 5 continents. 

Bill was an Officer in the Arkansas National Guard, President of the Arkansas Professional Engineering Society,  member of Acacia Fraternity, Theta Tau Fraternity, he was an avid Racquetball Player and Christian.

When he left telecom he moved back to Little Rock and began his life’s calling with Habitat for Humanity. For 14 years he measured his work by the number of lives he touched helping hundreds of families in central Arkansas have a stable place to call home.

Bill was a loving father and son he is survived by his wife Susan two children- Lisa and Whit, five Grandchildren Anna, Grace, Noah, Sam and Will. And life long friends whom he loved deeply. All of whom would like to thank you for helping us celebrate the life of this amazing man we loved.
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