Tonyia Lee Zeagler

March 3, 1974 — June 17, 2022

Arkadelphia

Tonyia Lee Zeagler

Tonyia Zeagler, age 48, was born March 3, 1974
and passed from this life on June 17, 2022 at
Arkadelphia Baptist Hospital and went to be with
her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.

Tonyia is survived by her two daughters, Savana and
Payton Zeagler, her mother, Wanda Zeagler, her
brother Richard Zeagler, her two nieces, K’Lee and
Adriana Zeager, and dear aunts, uncles, and
cousins.

Tonyia is preceded in death by, Robert “Bob”
Zeagler, the father she cherished, her dear sister-in
law, Jackie Zeagler, her loving grandparents, Isaac
and Duboise Zeagler, and Ervin and Nina Nation.

Tonyia loved her family and adored her two
daughters. Both girls were Tonyia’s most precious
gifts from God.

Tonyia graduated from Arkadelphia High School.
She attended Ouachita Baptist and Henderson State
Universities. She worked side by side with her brother

 and father at the family business, Zeagler
Manufacturing, until she became too ill to work.

Tonyia was a member of New Life Church in
Arkadelphia.

Tonyia will be remembered by the love she had for
Jesus Christ, the love she expressed to her two
sweet daughters and her dear family.

She was a precious friend to many. Tonyia had a
unique sense of humor and presented hilarious
Facebook antics.

Funeral arrangements are through Ruggles
Willcox in Arkadelphia. The family will receive
guests during the visitation at Ruggles Wilcox on
Tuesday, June 21 st at 10 A.M. The funeral service
will be at 11 A.M. immediately after visitation.

Martin Jones, Pastor of New Life church will be
officiating the service.  Pallbearers will be Richard Zeagler,
Rob Gaddis, John Nation, John Singleton, Ashton Wilhelm
Chris Cook and Jim Wilhelm

Interment will be at Rest Haven Cemetery.

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