Shan Streeter, 65, of Hamburg, died Tuesday, April 21, 2020. Shan was a native of Montrose and a resident of Hamburg for the past 25 years. He graduated from Portland High School in 1971. Shan was a hard-working farmer, a member of the Montrose Baptist Church and attended the Promise Land Missionary Baptist Church. He was an avid hunter, a member of the Railroad Hunting Club and he enjoyed playing dominoes and checkers. Shan was a loving husband, father and grandfather and will be greatly missed.
He is preceded in death by his parents, Wilson C. & Mary Stephens Streeter and two brothers, Steve Streeter and Buck Streeter; a step-granddaughter, Bristol Miller and his second mother, Lucille "Tottie Mae" Walker.
He is survived by his wife, Denise Cecil Streeter of Hamburg; a daughter (his baby), Staci Cessor and husband, Marty, of Montrose; a step-daughter, Holly Miller Carpenter and husband, Kirk, of Portland; two step-sons, Jon Craig Miller and wife, Nikki, of Hamburg and Sean Melanson of Benton; three sisters, Sheryl Gilliam and husband, Benny, and Shea Streeter all of Portland and Ronna McCarty of Bastrop, Louisiana; a brother, Raymond Streeter of Greers Ferry; three grandchildren that he adored, Claire Swan, Gracie Cessor and Mason Cessor; five step-grandchildren, Hunter Carpenter, Mady Carpenter, Maverick Carpenter, Owen Miller and Stetson Miller and a host of nieces, nephews and friends.
Funeral services are 2 p.m., Thursday, April 23, 2020 at the Promise Land Cemetery pavilion with Bro. Josh Luellen and Bro. Trey Emory officiating. A private burial will be in the Montrose Cemetery. Honorary pallbearers are Jim Wells, Keith Ladd, Robert Bridewell, David Lynn, Kenny Lynn, Larry Adams, Benny Gilliam, Jeremiah Simms, Wayne Beaty, Dewayne Beaty, Andrew Hartshorn, Jeff Foster, Billy Don Cecil, Rodney Chapman, members of the Railroad Hunting Club and the Promise Land and Eudora Domino Clubs. Memorials may be made to the Carti Foundation, PO Box 55011, Little Rock, AR 72215.
Visitation will be 1:45 p.m. until 2 p.m., Thursday at the Promise Land Cemetery pavilion.
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