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Amboline Dangerfield House was born in Arkadelphia, Arkansas on August 29, 1931. She was born to Erester and Savannah Anderson Dangerfield. She was raised in a Christian home and carried those values with her throughout her life. Amboline was a beautiful and intelligent woman who possessed a charismatic personality and caring nature. She attended school at Peake High School in Arkadelphia and Monroe High School in Monroe, Louisiana.
Amboline met the handsome Benjamin House, after an appropriate courtship they were married. Amboline was a loving and attentive mother and wife who made her family her top priority.
Amboline was a member of Oak Grove AME Church, upon its closing, she united with St. Paul AME Church, and later united with Piney Grove AME Church. She was a member of the Four Star Gospel Singers and they aired every Sunday morning on Arkadelphia radio station KVRC.
Amboline took great pride in her community and played an active part in it. She was a member of The Eastern Stars and the Missionary Society. She was also the proud owner of House’s House of Flowers in Arkadelphia, using her God given talent to create beautiful arrangements.
Amboline retired from the Arkadelphia Human Development Center and was Foster Grandparent with the Henderson State University Daycare.
On Monday, November 25, 2019, she claimed her victory. She was preceded in death by her parents Erester and Savannah Anderson House, her husband Benjamin House and her brother George Dangerfield.
Her irreplaceable presence will be missed by her children Elavlyne (Tracy) Scott, Lee (Cathie) House, Anita Wells, and Alvern (Anderson) Thomas of Arkadelphia; Bennie Wells and Savade (James) Wells of Lansing, Michigan; special brother and friend Herman Jones, thirteen grandchildren, 15 great-grandchildren, nieces and nephews, and her dear sister-in-law, Mozelle Dangerfield. Amboline also leaves a host of other relatives and many friends.
Services will be held Wednesday, December 4, 2019, at 11:00 a.m. at St. Paul AME Church, Arkadelphia, Arkansas where Rev. Tom W. Scott is pastor.
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