John Prislovsky, 89, of Stuttgart passed away Saturday, October
22, 2016. Louis was born June 3, 1927, to the late Helen and
Mike Prislovsky. He was a retired farmer and member of St.
Johnís Lutheran Church. He was a member of St. Johnís Lutheran
Menís Club, Fairmount Ruritan and Farm Bureau. Louis served in
the Army during WW II.
Besides his parents, he was preceded in death by his wife
of 63 years, Mary Trudy Harshaw Prislovsky; one sister, Martha
Gollon; one brother, Mikey Prislovsky; and one grandson,
Christopher Chase Mashburn.
Survivors are two sons, Billy (Xiumei) Prislovsky of Hot
Springs and David (Cathy) Prislovsky of Stuttgart; two
daughters, Gail Oliver and Lisa (Tim) Raper, both of Stuttgart;
one brother, Robert (Georgene) Prislovsky of Rockport, Texas;
one sister, Sue (David) Cobb of Gatlinburg, Tenn.;
brother-in-law Robert (Gail) Harshaw of Longview, Texas; nine
grandchildren, Jeremy and Brandon Stimpson of Austin, Texas,
Vanessa Prislovsky of Houston, Texas, Gary Prislovsky, Mandi
DePriest, Lauren Reynolds, Hannah Addison and Abby Prislovsky,
all of Stuttgart, and Haoyu Wang of Hot Springs; and seven
great-grandchildren, Mason Prislovsky, Braxton and Mia DePriest,
Madi and MacKenzie Reynolds, Eli Summers and Keaton Addison.
Funeral services, officiated by Pastor Don White, are
10:00 a.m. Wednesday at St. Johnís Lutheran Church with
visitation one hour before. Burial will follow in Lone Tree
In lieu of flowers, the family request memorials made to
Arkansas Alzheimerís Association, 10411 W. Markham Street, Suite
130, Little Rock, Arkansas 72160, or St. Johnís Lutheran Church
or St. Johnís Lutheran Daycare, 205 E. 5th Street,
Stuttgart, Arkansas 72160.
Friends and family will be at the home of David and Cathy
Prislovsky at 307 Brandenburg Gate.