Charles Dean Spradlin, age 74, of Beebe, Arkansas died October 23, 2014. He was born January 19, 1940 at Pearcy, Arkansas to George Spradlin and Vera (Permenter) Spradlin. He was retired from industrial maintenance and continued working full time as a farmer until his death. He married Anna Belle Liles June 20, 1957. Charles was predeceased by his parents; brothers James and Dennis Spradlin; sisters Wilma (A.C.) House and Arcie (Carlos) Sumler; sister-in-law Lorene Spradlin; and a grandson, Matthew Spradlin. In addition to his wife Anna, he is survived by brothers Jessie Spradlin of Waukegan, Illinois and Junior (Midge) Spradlin of Grays Lake, Illinois; sister Marie Crisco of Beebe; and sister-in-law Ann Spradlin of Beebe. He is survived by four children, David (Tonia) Spradlin of Beebe, Sarah (Gene) Manning of North Little Rock, Charlene (Ronny) Chambers of Beebe, and Kathy (Mike) Modlin of Beebe; six grandchildren, Laura (Mike) Bedwell of Vilonia, Natalie (Kraig) Magby of Beebe, Debra (Rico) Garcia of Wichita, Kansas, Rebecca (Daniel) Cockrum of Blacksburg, Virginia, Gabriel (Lacy) Chambers of Ward, Stephanie (Justin) Crowder of Beebe; eight great-grandchildren; and his faithful companion, Morkie.
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Survivor: Libby Vincek explains her Tribal Council vote: http://ew.com/tv/2018/04/19/survivor-libby-vincek-ghost-island-exit-interview/. Thanks for watching, subscribe for more videos. One contestant described her as “Parvati 2.0,” but Libby Vincek was unable to save herself from elimination on the latest episode of Survivor: Ghost Island. When Michael used his hidden immunity idol to save himself, Libby was vulnerable. And this came after Libby learned that Naviti planned to split their votes on her and Michael. Why did she still stick to the plan to vote out Michael after learning Naviti’s true intentions? What did she make of Morgan’s comments on her way out a few weeks back? What does she wish she could go back and change? And what about what we didn’t see on TV? We asked the 24-year-old social media strategist about all that, and that gnarly food challenge. (Libby is out of the country, so this interview was conducted over email.) ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: We saw Donathan tell you that Naviti was going to split the votes on you and Michael. What happened after that to make you still feel comfortable with voting against Michael and not trying to take out a Naviti? LIBBY VINCEK: I was so flustered at that point, and there were so many different opinions, especially amongst all of us Malolo, that the split vote was the only option that I felt like I had. I heard that Naviti was splitting votes between me and Michael, and it broke my heart to have to vote against him. He didn’t tell us that he had the idol, and because of that we didn’t have the numbers to go confidently with his plan. Let’s backtrack a few weeks. You clearly made a big bond with Morgan, but then had to go with the group and vote her out. How difficult was that, and then how did you feel — on both a personal and game level — about what she said as she left in terms of “don’t trust the blonde”? That was the first hard decision I had to make in the game. I had to weigh my options of either being at the bottom of a brand-new alliance or making a big move with my original alliance. On a personal level, Morgan is an amazing person and I know we could have worked really well together. But like I said during the last Tribal Council, I stick by my decision, because if Survivor was totally personal, it wouldn’t be successful. Sometimes you have to step away for a minute and remember it’s still a game. Obviously you are spending 24 hours a day out there, so only a tiny fraction of what you do actually makes it to screen for an episode. What is something you did or were a part of that we DIDN’T see that you wish had made it to air? I think it’s really difficult to get a true grasp of the complexities of the relationships in a one-hour episode. Obviously there were relationships that I believed were stronger than they turned out to be. I worked hard to keep the bonds between some people in my tribe, which apparently weren’t as strong as I thought. If I could say one thing I wish was more evident, it would be how passionate I was to play the game and how hard I worked to earn the position I
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