Clyde Langston Temple
Funeral Date: 2/7/2018

Command Sergeant Major, Clyde Langston Temple, (U.S. Army Ret.), age 88, of Warren, AR, died Sunday February 4, 2018, at the John L. McClellan Veterans Medical Center in Little Rock, AR. He was born December 27, 1929, in Bradley County, AR, a son of the late Otis Edward Temple and Mittie Irene Parnell Temple. Also, preceding him in death was his wife of 64 years, Betty Jo Woodie Temple; a son David Allen Temple; brothers James Temple, Oril Temple, Noel Temple; sisters Maxine West, Joyce Schneider; and granddaughter Whitney Alise Temple. He retired from the military after 29 years and returned to his hometown continuing to serve through active participation in his church, community, state and country, remaining true to his masonic vows. He was at the forefront of state environmental issues, campaigned for political office, supported his party, participated in community development and was always looking for issues to fight for that he believed would benefit his country. Survivors are one son John Temple and spouse Vickie of Hamburg, AR. One daughter Deborah Heike and spouse John of Rogers, AR. One sister Shirley Battey of Santa Fe, N.M. Two grandchildren Rachel Temple Burney and spouse Chris of Chicago, IL, and Lara Cooper of Rogers, AR. Three great-grandchildren Jeremiah Brown, Abigail Hamilton, and Gus Cooper. Funeral service was 10:00 a.m. Wednesday, February 7, at Frazerís Chapel. Burial with military honors was 11:00 a.m. Thursday, February 8, at Little Rock National Cemetery by Frazerís Funeral Home. Memorials preferred to the Bradley County Veterans Museum, 210 North Main Street, Warren, AR, 71671.



Name: Marlene Elliott
Message: I am deeply saddened by the passing of this sweet gentleman. He was truly one of a kind.

Name: Linda Langford Thornton
Message: Mr. Clyde was a very sweet and wonderful man. He would help a person at anytime. The family is in my prayers.

Name: John & Brenda Wisener

Name: Sam & Brenda Mercer
Message: Praying for Godís peace be with you during this time

Name: Tim Parker
Message: One of the finest men whom I ever had the privilege of knowing. A great teacher. he helped me with many aspects of my life.