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Monday, March 2, 2009

Services for Mark Sallings

Posted By on Mon, Mar 2, 2009 at 8:54 AM


Services for Delta bluesman Mark Sallings, who passed away last week, begin today in Memphis, with a blues second line down Beale Street, and continue with a funeral in McCrory on Tuesday and a burial on Wednesday.

Details after the jump.


Monday 03/02/09
Walk Down Beale Street - Blues Second Line
4:00 pm
Remembrances and jam at the Hard Rock Café

Tuesday 03/03/09
The McCrory, Arkansas Methodist Church
Viewing 9:00 am
Services 11:00 am
219 North Edmonds Ave.
McCrory, Arkansas

Wednesday 03/03/09
Burial will be 1 PM at
Brashears Cemetery

If you would like to send a card:

Sandra Sallings
181 Co Rd 734
Wynne, AR 72396

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