|December 21, 1949 ~ April 28, 2013
Martina (Nana) Peacock went to be with the Lord (!!!) on Sunday,
April 28, 2013. Her life was a celebration of Jesus’ love for all of us,
and is she ever celebrating now!
Martina’s passions were her love for Christ and sharing the faith; her
beloved husband, Ronnie (Buddy); her children, Daysha, Dane and
Dru, and their families; her mother, Charlene Prock; her sister, Mona;
and her brother, Cam.
She also loved animals, especially all her dogs, decorating her house
and all things about New York City.
She’s famous for “stirring up some fun”, putting on a show and the
desire to “do it and do it big”!
In life, Martina served wholeheartedly on the board of Fellowship of
Christian Athletes, as well as a leader with Celebrate Recovery, and as
a nationally-recognized cheer and pom coach. Her spiritual presence
was a blessing for her family and friends; she was strong and positive
while she was sick. Martina’s example in suffering impacted countless
lives, and made those around her feel good.
In Heaven, you can be sure that Nana is organizing the party and
bossing the lower angels around- just like when she was here! “I have
fought the good fight, I have finished the race, and I have kept the faith.”
Psalm 91 #ilovejesus #143-iloveyou
A celebration of her life will be held at 11:00AM, Saturday, May 4,
2013 at Fellowship Bible church, 1051 West Pleasant Grove Rd,
Rogers, AR 72758, in the main auditorium.
Our hearts and prayers are with you at this time. Your family has been
a blessing in our lives and we pray you feel the love and support of the
Holy Spirit as well as all of us who loved Martina.
Brooks and Jill Davis
I remember Martina’s energy and enthusiasm as she attended Harding
Academy. She was a treasure!
So sorry for the loss of Martina, but joyful that she is with her dad in
Heaven. Blessings on your family
To the Prock and Peacock families, You all have my deepest sympathy
and prayers. Martina was a wonderful inspiration to everyone and
beautiful Christian woman. May you all find peace and comfort
knowing that there are a world of people whom love you all. Cherish
your memories. God Bless You All. Love Always, Vicki Emery, Harding
Class of 1977.
Our thoughts and prayers are with you, Ronnie, and the whole family.
We will miss Martina and also I know her little pets will miss her. She
was a really special to people and animals alike. I am so sorry she had to
Paul and I are thinking about you at this time. Martina was a wonderful
and beautiful woman and I know you will miss her terribly.
May God bless you and comfort your hearts.
To the Prock and Peacock family, you are in my thoughts and prayers
SHERRY DAVIS CHARLES
Our thoughts and our prayers are with you all now and in the days to
come. We pray The Lord give you all the peace and comfort that only
He can give. She fought bravely and now has her Reward.
May God bless you in the difficult days ahead.
Suzan (Cook- HA ‘70 & HU ‘75) & Gary Hill (HU’76)
My deepest sympathy to all family and friends. I have very fond
memories of Martina. She always had a cheerful spirit and big smile.
She loved her family!!!!
God bless each of you with peace and comfort.
Beverly Mitchell Austin
I have so many great memories with our Mountie kids!! I love you and
Coach Peacock and am so grateful for the time we spent together. My
thoughts are always with the Peacock family.
I am saddened to learn of Martina’s passing and want Ronnie and the
kids to know that Sally Anne and I are thinking of you all and praying
for a special Peace to be given to you.
Jimmy and Sally Anne Behel
Coach Peacock and Family, Stacy and I are thinking and praying for
you during your loss of Martina. As you know, Martina inspired many,
including us, with her spirit and tenacity. I wish more people in this
world lived their lives with the drive Martina showed every day. I hope
your pain is comforted by knowing Martina is enjoying the presence of
God at this very moment.
Love Jeff and Stacy Weaver
Dear friends--My main connection has been through my long-time friend
and co-worker, Charlene. I know this is another hard time for her, and I
send my love and warm concern to her and to the whole family.
Lovingly, Martha Hodges
Coach Peacock and family, we are so sorry for your loss. Martina was a
beautiful woman, with a beautiful spirit. May God give you comfort in
the days ahead.
Gene and Fran Dugger
Martina will be missed as a distant friend. I learned of her talents when
she and Dru choreographed dances for Rogers Little Theater; later I
encountered Martina while Ronnie was having surgery at Mercy; next
while awaiting the delivery of their first grandchild and finally as a
patient at Highlands Oncology. It was at HOG that I recognized
Martina’s strength, love and determination. She inspired me and I’ll
miss my friend but know that she is now in peace with Our Heavenly
Father. Know, Peacock Family, that you are in our thoughts and prayers.
So sorry for your loss. Martina will be missed by many, but I’m sure her
love will live on through her family.
May God bless and walk with y’all during this hard time.
We are so very sorry for your loss, Martina was a special lady. We have
so many fond memories of cheerleading in Greenwood, Dallas trips,
Bulldog Revue. She did a lot for our boys Ryan & Haden. She has left a
legacy in every life she touched. She may be gone from this life but she
will never be forgotten. Keeping you all in our prayers.
With Deepest Sympathy,
Tim & Bev Atkins
Coach Peacock, Mrs. Prock, and Prock, Peacock Family, We are so
sorry to hear of your loss. We will be praying for you during these
difficult times ahead. Martina was always sweet and caring to all she
came into contact with. I will always cherish those nurturing times as
dorm mom at Harbin Hall. (HU 1987)
Daron & Zeni Cathey
We will always remember Martina’s vitality and seemingly endless
energy. You are in our hearts and prayers as you adjust to a “vital link
missing from the chain” May good memories flood your mind, and may
you be at peace.
Love, Marjorie and Jack Ryan
This lady was so full of spirit and energy. She made an impression on me
the first time I saw her. She was about to enter the seventh or eighth
grade and was playing a pickup basketball game with some guys at
Camp Tahkodah. Naturally, she was controlling the game, and it was
fascinating to watch for this 2nd grader. I wish I had seen more of her in
recent years, but I know she was a bright light all of her life. As with the
rest of her family, I’m better off for having known her.