She was preceded in death by her parents, Nathaniel Benton and Mattie B. Crawford and husband Jethro “Boo” King, husband Horace Lovett.
She accepted Christ at an early age and was a dedicated member of Douglas Chapel Baptist Church where she was a dedicated usher served as Secretary of general admissions Sunday School teacher and was a member of Circle Esther.
Annie graduated from Marion High School, Lake Charles, LA in 1971. Soon after she became a dedicated loyal employee of Cooper Tire where she worked as an assembly worker and retired after 26 years.
Annie was a high-spirited woman who enjoyed cooking, traveling, fishing and most of all she enjoyed spreading the Love, Joy, and wisdom to each and every person she came in contact with.
Annie leaves to cherish her memories sons: Alex King of El Dorado, AR, Zachary Lovett of Jackson, MS; daughters, LaRosha “Missy” Lacy of Memphis, TN, Jocelyn Lovett of Monroe, LA; granddaughter, Arie’anna Davis; sisters, Mollie B. Givings of El Dorado, AR, Undrea Malone-Ellis (Michael) of Jacksonville, AR., Dorothy Benton of Pontiac, MI., Diane Benton Stewart, Linda Gale Benton, Jimmie Ann Benton, Genette Benton, Calion Ann Benton all of Little Rock, AR., Ada Mae Hall, Detroit, MI; brothers, Otis Malone (Brenda) of Memphis, TN, Mark Malone (Regina) of Royce City, TX, Marvel Kendricks, Joe B Jones, Ashtabula, OH., Martin Benton, Little Rock, AR.
A special mother, Costella Malone; a special niece, Phyllis King and special nephew, Cordel Johnson; two special friends, Brenda Benton and Gladys Reynold; a very special aunt, Jeannie B. Williams and a host of other siblings, nieces, nephews, extended family and friends who love her dearly.To order memorial trees or send flowers to the family in memory of Annie Benton-King Lovett, please visit our flower store.