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Funeral Service

Seventh-Day Adventist Church
Wednesday March 9th, 2022

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Graveside Service

Cedar Point Cemetery
Wednesday March 9th, 2022

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Rebecca Ann Hargrove

Rebecca’s life began on Thursday, March 29, 1951.  She was born in Strong City and brought home to Cedar Point, Kansas where she spent the first five months of her life.  She was the daughter of William and Betty (Williams) Pinkston.  Rebecca was united in marriage to Robert Hargrove on Sunday, October 21, 1973, in Wichita, Kansas.  She was an Elementary and Secondary Education teacher in the Seventh-Day Adventist and public school educational systems in Arkansas, Wyoming, Colorado and New Mexico.  In her younger years she loved to travel, learn languages and was well known for being a wordsmith.  Rebecca was devoted to her church and always worked in the children's department, instilling and instructing the next generation in her faith.  She was musical and loved playing the piano at home and church.  Rebecca enjoyed  watching birds, floral arranging, and decorating her home to be inviting.  Spending time with family and grandchildren, reading her Bible and looking for ways to be of service in her community were especially important to her.  Most of all Rebecca loved Jesus and endeavored to show His love through simple kindness and small gifts such as numerous birthday cards and plates of cookies shared with neighbors on their birthdays.  Rebecca is survived by her husband of 48 years, Robert Hargrove of Cedar Point; children Jenny (Mike McCormick) Hargrove, M.D. of Durango, CO, Robert (Tara) Hargrove of Angwin, CA, and Tobias (Erin) Hargrove of Andover, KS; grandchildren Caleb, Katelyn, Jaiden, Scarlett, Albrey, Ryder and Huxley; siblings Ruth Rippel, James Pinkston, Jeannie Cox, and John Pinkston. Rebecca’s family will gather with friends at the El Dorado Seventh-Day Adventist Church (660 Village Rd. El Dorado, KS 67042) at 1:00 on Wednesday, March 9th for her funeral service. She will be laid to rest in Cedar Point Cemetery, Cedar Point, KS following the service. Yazel Megli Funeral Home is serving the family. Memorial contributions in Rebecca’s name may be directed to the El Dorado Seventh-Day Adventist Church (660 Village Rd. El Dorado, KS 66861). Please sign her online guestbook and leave a memory of Rebecca at www.yazelmeglifh.com.

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A candle was lit in memory of Rebecca Hargrove

Ben Burton Mar 24 2022 2:48 AM

With love and respect. Coy and Kay Carter

Coy Carter Mar 15 2022 11:42 AM

Becky said the most encouraging words to me last year and was so very sweet. I wish to have her Godly ways.

Mary Huddleston Mar 14 2022 11:53 PM

I met Becky at Ozark Adventist Academy in our junior year. She was my bath mate. She was always happy and cheerful and I loved being around her!! She was very intelligent and helped me, Rosemary and Debbie through the subjects that were difficult for us!! I wonder if that's what made her want to be a teacher!! We all loved you Becky, and we all look forward to seeing you in God's great kingdom. Your forever friend, Glenda Prince

Glenda Prince Mar 12 2022 11:41 AM

We will see you very soon when Jesus says to you "well done my good and faith servant". Then there will be no more crying or death, together for eternity. Rest in peace until he wakes you.

Allen and Pam Ross Mar 12 2022 10:14 AM

Pax Vobiscum, Becky
Cousin Bill Wyatt

Bill Wyatt Mar 9 2022 2:00 PM

Becky was the first of Bill and Betty's children. They were all cheerful kids. Becky always had a smile and a word of encouragement. We were privileged to live next door to them for several years in Cedar Lake, Michigan. Jenny, Bobby and Toby were a lot of fun. Robert and Becky came to visit me here in Tennessee a few years ago; it was such a pleasant time. Robert wanted to have a special trip around the southeastern part of the U.S., and they had many memories of people and places. She was a special niece.

Ralph Williams Mar 8 2022 10:13 AM

So sorry for your loss. Much love from the Carters

Coy Mar 8 2022 9:03 AM

Was sorry to here of Rebecca' lost her battle to cancer. I know she will be missed.

Arlene Keller-Christensen Mar 8 2022 8:45 AM

Fly high, Mrs. Hargrove. I know you're one of the most beautiful angels. You will be missed ❤❤

Crystal Villamil Mar 7 2022 9:51 PM