of Conway, AR
March 23, 1936 - June 19, 2022
Ottis Harold Moore, age 86, of Conway passed away peacefully on June 19, 2022. Harold was born in Newark, AR, on March 23, 1936. He was preceded in death by his beloved wife (his high school sweetheart), Joyce Marney Moore; his father, Mark Moore; mother, Ottie Moore; brother, John Moore, and his sisters, Carolyn Sexton and Ada Rae Hicks.Survivors include; 2 children, Angela Woods, of Greenbrier and Karen New of Greenbrier (Wayne New) and grandchildren, Thomas McCarthy, Alicia Noeltner, Amanda (New) Phillips (Derek Phillips) and Cicely New; great-grandchildren, Aubree Rae Noeltner, Beckett Phillips, and Jaxon Phillips; sister, Medrith Anschultz (Lannas) and numerous nieces and nephews. Harold was an Army Veteran from the Korean War as a tank mechanic. Following the Army, he attended Arkansas Teachers College (currently University of Central Arkansas) with an Industrial Education in Sales. After graduation he went to work for GMAC doing collections, moved to Tulsa, OK, for two years and worked for Shell Oil. He then started his banking career, working for First National Bank of Little Rock, Warren Bank & Trust in Warren, AR, Northwest National Bank and Trust in Fayetteville, AR, and retired from Regions Bank of Conway (formally known as First National Bank). During his working years he was involved with his community by being a member of the Noon's Lion Club, and the Conway Chamber of Commerce. His hobbies included fishing, golfing, dominos, sports, and games. Harold was an avid story-teller with a great sense of humor. He was a member of the University Church of Christ in Conway. Harold had a great love for his family and friends and spoke fondly of them often.Funeral services will be on Friday, June 24, 2022, beginning with a visitation at 9:00am, followed by a 10:00am service. Interment will be at Blue Springs Cemetery in Newark, Arkansas at 2:00pm that afternoon.
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Karen so sorry for your loss. Praying for you all Wanda newland
Karen & family, so sorry for your loss. Harold was one of the “good guys”. Enjoyed working with him at First National and playing golf with him.
Harold was a dear friend and a great golf buddy. We spent many hours together on the golf course. I miss those days and the hours that I spent with Harold. I enjoyed working with him at First National Bank.
Hadn’t seen much of Harold the last several years ( since he left Conway Country Club Golf course!We had a great time for many years during the late 80’s, thru the 90’s.He was a golfing buddy, my banker and a friend!A good man!Rest easy Harold! My condolences to the girls!
I am so very sorry for the loss of your father and grandfather. I know that he was loved by so many.
I worked for Harold at FNB and learned a lot about Banking and about life from him. He was a steady influence on us all. Our deepest condolences to his family and friends who will miss his smile and his stories…
So sorry to hear about Harold. He was a good fishing buddy of mine. We had a lot of good times. Sorry for your loss.
Karen , Angela and family, We are so sorry for the loss of your Dad. I worked with Harold at FNB in Little Rock and FNB in Conway. He was a good man, a good Banker and a good friend. We will miss him in and around Conway. So sorry we can't attend the services (illness). Love and Prayers.
So sorry to hear about Mr Harold I remember him as a banker that always seemed to speak to his customers He was always very cordial to me he was a good man will missed my prayers go out to the Moore family
So sorry for your loss Karen and Angela! Y’all were the light in his eyes he loved y’all so much and talked about y’all all the time! He has told me so many stories about when y’all were little and about the trips that y’all would take and stories about himself growing up and about your mom(the love of his life). He will truly be missed but he is definitely where he wants to be now with Joyce and his Heavenly Father! So I won’t say goodbye but instead I will say until we meet again! Praying for peace and comfort for y’all! I love y’all! Love, Atha
A very fine Christian man who will be sorely missed. Proud to have known him. My deepest sympathy to the family.
My love and prayers for all of you. Harold was a fine Christian man and loved his family dearly.He was a wonderful friend to me and I miss him. Yes, he was a great story teller and I enjoyed listening to him. I have known him all my life and his death leaves a big gap in my life, but a larger one in yours. I am thankful to have known him.
We met him when he first came to Conway. Always had a kind word for everyone. His presence will be missed by all to had the pleasure of knowing him.
I’m so sorry for your loss Karen, & all the rest of the family. Harold was a great banker, coworker, & friend. Prayers for comfort & peace.