CLINE, Laramie Cheyenne

Laramie Cheyenne Cline

Birth: October 25, 1993
Death: August 20, 2017


Miss Laramie Cline of Ozark, Alabama passed away on Sunday, August 20, 2017. She was 23.

A celebration of Laramie’s Life will be held from 3-5p.m Saturday, August 26, 2017 in the Earl Bankston Memorial Chapel of Fuqua-Bankston Funeral Home in Ozark.

In lieu of flowers, the family suggest memorial donations be made to the Ozark Animal Shelter or the Dale County DHR Foster Children’s Fund.

Laramie was a 2012 graduate of Carroll High School. She was fun loving and friendly and never met a stranger. Laramie was a vibrant soul and tried to see the good in everyone. She loved spending time at the beach. She also loved animals and helping with children in any way she could.

She is survived by her Mother, Kimberly Cline of Ozark, Father, Deric Cline of Gadsden, AL., Brother, Colter Cline of Baltimore, MD., Sister, JacqueLynne Cline of Lillian, AL., Grandmother, Barbara McCurdy of Gadsden, AL., Special friends, Mirandia and Gerry Berthold of Enterprise, AL., and several Aunts, Uncles and Cousins.

Criminal Details
Kristen Wilson – Aug 22, 2017

Arkansas State Police have identified human remains found near Jacksonville as those of a 23-year-old Alabama woman.

Police say the remains of Laramie Cline were found Sunday. Her car was found in the area of Pinnacle Mountain State Park the same day.

State Police say a Jacksonville man is being questioned in the case, but his name has not been released.

The remains were identified based on an Arkansas State Crime Lab analysis.

Authorities say the investigation is continuing.

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Criminal Details
Kristen Wilson – Aug 21, 2017

JACKSONVILLE, Ark. (KATV) — A Jacksonville man is being questioned after authorities discovered human remains of a woman on Sunday in an area north of Jacksonville.

Special agents with State Police believe the remains may belong to a 23-year-old Alabama woman.

Authorities say the woman’s car was discovered over the weekend near Pinnacle Mountain State Park, west of Little Rock.

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August 26, 2017:
My sister was beautiful inside and out. She was free spirited, kind and loved everyone she came into contact with. She never met a stranger and was fascinated by people and their stories. Everyone was Laramie’s friend and she would have done anything for anyone. Her laugh was infectious, as was her smile. There will never be another like my beautiful sister.

I remember being young and looking under her bed for monsters and telling her she was silly for thinking monsters were real. She was right. Monsters are real and one took my sister from me. A monster took my sister from my parents. A monster took my beautiful sister from this world and the pain is unbearable.

Heaven gained another angel, but this world lost an angel. My love for my baby sister will never die and she will live in my heart and the hearts of those she touched forever. Rest easy, my baby girl, until we meet again.

Colter Cline, Brother

August 23, 2017:
Laramie Cline met an untimely death sometimes between August 12 and August 20. Her body was located in a state park in N. Little Rock, AR beside a lake on that date. Laramie loved her family and they noticed a pattern of change over a period of time that led them to believe that something had happened to Laramie, but never did they expect this ending!! This vibrant, beautiful, trusting young lady was friendly to a fault and believed the good in everybody and that is what led to this. Unfortunately, the family had not prepared for this event and getting her back to Ozark, AL and in her final resting place will be an expense that no one can tackle on their own. Her mother and best friend had back surgery on August 15 and this is really hard on her as it is the rest of the family.

Bridget Irvin, WAH