GREENWOOD, Ark.—Funeral services for Heath Allen Stallings, 50, of Greenwood, Arkansas were Saturday at the First Baptist Church in Greenwood with Rev. Ronnie Deal officiating. Interment followed at the Monroe Cemetery, under the direction of Evans & Miller Funeral Home. He passed away Tuesday, Jan. 30, 2018 in Oklahoma City and was born Sept. 30, 1967 in Gallup, New Mexico to James Vyron and Glenda Sue (Hicks) Stallings. Heath grew up in New Mexico until his family moved to the Heavener area when he was 10. Heath was a 25-year veteran of law enforcement in the state of Oklahoma. He was also a police instructor and very passionate about the training and safety of all his police officers. Heath’s interests were in aeronautics, history, music, reading his Bible, marksmanship and law enforcement. Heath was a loving husband, father and grandfather. He was extremely proud to be a papa! Even though his physical heart failed him, his true heart showed through the love he had for his family and friends. Heath was preceded in death by his father; grandparents, Carl and Opal Hicks, and Vyron “Slim” Stallings; and great grandparents, Dollie Evans, Dave and Mary Hicks. He is survived by his wife, Teresa “Terry” Ann (Tucker) Stallings, of the home; son Joshua Stallings and wife Sarah of Coweta; daughter Michaela Anderson and husband Brad of Tulsa; step daughters Ashley Baxter and husband Bradley of Muldrow, and Alexandria Thompson of Greenwood; step son Clinton Thompson of Greenwood; grandsons, Xane Staats, Reiyen Henderson, Lewke Stallings, and Collin Baxter; granddaughters, Hannah Mae Anderson and Aubrielle Sage Baxter; his mother, Glenda Sue Stallings; brothers Jimmy Stalling and wife Lynn, and David Stallings and wife Rhetta; sister Debbie Cook and husband Mark; other relatives, loved ones and friends. Pallbearers were chief Randy Liles, officers Dewayne Goad, Don Nelms, Sgt. Brent Young, Sgt. Rob Rogers, Mike Cornsilk, chief Patti Buhl of NSU, and captain James Bell.