Services announced for Nashville woman



    NASHVILLE – A young woman passed away
    unexpectedly at her home Friday.
    Nashville Police Officer Aaron Quick returned
    home from work Friday and discovered his wife
    – Haley Bree Staggs Quick – deceased at the residence,
    the Southwest Arkansas Radio reported.
    The Quick’s were expecting their first son, Brody
    Olen, in January. She was well-known in the community
    as an animal lover and a farmer. Quick,
    27, was a member of the American Boer Goat
    Association, FFA, 4H, and Crosspoint Cowboy
    Church. Haley and Brody are survived by Aaron
    Quick, mother, Jackie White and husband, Larry
    of Nashville; two sisters, Stephanie Nolte and husband,
    Jason of Nashville, and Courtney Hampton
    and husband, Daniel of Blevins; grandparents,
    Jimmy and Violet Staggs of Nashville and Max
    and Maudine Welch of Blevins, AR; father and
    mother-in-law, Larry and Cindy Quick of Nash,
    Texas. See page 3 of today’s News for the full
    obituary. Services will be on Thursday, Oct. 22,
    at 11 a.m. at the Crosspoint Cowboy Church in
    Nashville with Brother Don Jones, Brother Tim
    Freel and Mark Berry officiating. Burial to follow
    at Corinth Cemetery in Nashville, under the direction
    of Latimer Funeral Home, Nashville.
    A “GoFundMe” account has been set up to
    help offset the final expenses.
    The Nashville News staff offers its support and
    prayers to this family.

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