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Stuttgart man dies on hunt

December 7, 2011

By Frank Scott, Dewitt-ee.com

A Stuttgart man died of an apparent heart attack while out hunting last Friday near Point DeLuce.

Grover Leon Farmer, 85, left the Big Ten Hunting Camp slightly after 3 p.m., riding an ATV. A few minutes later, another hunter riding the same trail found Farmer lying beside the trail. His four-wheeler was overturned, and he had a slight cut on his face.

Arkansas County Sheriff’s Department deputies responded to the scene, and Arkansas County deputy coroner Jess Essex pronounced Farmer dead on the scene.

Sheriff’s Department investigator Tommy Trussell said that Farmer had apparently died of natural causes.

Farmer was a long-time area supervisor for Arkansas Power & Light (now Entergy Arkansas) and had been an auxiliary deputy for the Sheriff’s Department for many years.

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