Rebekah A. “Becky” Way, 70 of Cave City passed away Jan. 19. She served with her husband in music and youth ministries throughout their marriage, serving alongside him in churches, youth camps, revivals, organizing children’s choirs and other associated work in BMA and ABA. They most recently served at Beech Street in Crossett. Her love, besides her family, was teaching the Bible and telling others about Jesus.
She was active in the WMA and Sunbeam ministries, serving in many offices, including WMA of Arkansas president (2004-2006). She was a member of her home church, Rings Chapel Baptist Church (an ABA congregation) near Cave City (which was founded, in part, by her great-grandfather over 100 years ago), where she played piano and organ and sang. She also taught youth and women’s classes. Becky retired as an insurance agent for Farmers Insurance.
Survivors include: her husband of 48 ½ years, John R. Way; a son, John A. Way (Kara) of Hot Springs; a brother, Danny (Jolene) Ring of Shawnee, Kan.; a sister, Betty (J.R.) Greiner of Bay St. Louis, Miss.; and two grandchildren.
Funeral services were held on Jan. 22 at the First Baptist Church in Cave City with Brandon Wright and Adam Liles officiating. Interment was in the Parsley Cemetery with arrangements by Qualls Funeral Home of Cave City (quallsfh.com).