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According to the Vitamin D Council, if you are someone who completely avoids the sun you will need to take approximately 4,000 units of Vitamin D per day.You would have to drink 40 glasses of milk a day or take 10 multivitamins a day to get the required amount of Vitamin D.Wear sunscreen every time you are in the sun and keep your sun exposure to 20 minutes at a time.Esther Means Abbott, age 102, died Tuesday, September 4, 2007 in Poplar Bluff, Missouri where she had been living for the past four years. Funk Funeral Home Eunice Greer Adams, age 93 of Malvern, died Monday morning, June 30, 2014 at her home. Reared and educated in Saline and Hot Spring Counties, she was a homemaker and the widow of the late Charlie L. Through the years, she plied her sewing abilities while working at Coleman’s Dress Shop, Malvern Cleaners, and Allen’s Sewing Center. Eunice was a longtime member of North Main Church of Christ.
The American Society of Anesthesiologists released a report in October of 2007 that stated approximately one in four patients who have chronic pain issues were also found to have low levels of Vitamin D.
The child of a railroad man, he received his early education in many different places, due to his family’s frequent moves up and down the railroad line.
He graduated high school at Central High in Little Rock.
She was born in Malvern on October 19, 1904 to the late Henry and Bessie Noble Means. She was born in Saline County on June 22, 1921 to the late F. Adams, to whom she was married on October 2, 1937 in Malvern. She is survived by her daughters, Gail Adams Simmons (the late Bill Simmons), and Sherri Adams Hollingsworth (Ed), all of Malvern; grandchildren, Dana Hill (Lloyd), Jackie Beck (Stanley), Charlie Hollingsworth (Sarah), Mike Hollingsworth (Katie), and Jason Hollingsworth (Kelsey); 12 great-grandchildren, and 3 great-great-grandchildren; her sister, Jerry Wilson of Longview, Texas, her dear friends Pat Simmons and Pearl Darrow Rogers, and many nieces and nephews.
The Means and Noble families have been a part of this local area for well over 150 years and included several doctors, judges, and lawyers in Hot Spring County and Arkansas. Abbott was educated in the Malvern Public Schools, graduating in the Class of 1922. She is survived by one grandson, Mark Abbott of Bartlesville, Oklahoma; by one granddaughter, Susan Reid of Dickinson, Texas; by five great-grandchildren, Lauren and Alan Abbott, and Valerie, Lauren, and Katelyn Reid; and by several nieces and nephews, including Virginia Abbott Robertson of Poplar Bluff, Missouri. Funk Funeral Home on Wednesday evening from five until seven o’clock. Eunice was also preceded in death by her daughter, Pamela Greer Adams; brothers, Wilburn and Alfred Greer; sisters, Constance Reynolds, Freda Stiles, and Annie Darby; and dear friend Louise Bailey.
She is survived by two sons, Joe Hicks and his wife, Sandra of Malvern, and Larry Hicks of North Little Rock; by a step-daughter, Alma Walker of Malvern; by a brother, Glenn Cunningham of Apple Valley, California; by a sister, Lola Kidd of Malvern; by seven grandchildren, Michelle Carnahan, Rachel Inmon, Lawrence (Tripp) Hicks, III, Krista Sebourn, Jace Helms, Joseph Hicks, Jr., Diane Austin; by three step-grandchildren; by six great-grandchildren, and by three great-great-grandchildren.