of Fairfield Bay, AR
December 20, 1932 - May 29, 2021
Leila Moore Berry, 88, of Fairfield Bay, Arkansas went to be with the Lord on May 29, 2021. Lea was born on December 20, 1932 to Kinchen and Leila Moore.Lea was a loving mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother. She was a retired nurse from Memorial Hospital in North Little Rock. Left to cherish her memory are her son James, daughter Brenda, five grandchildren Jillian, Russell, Christian, Meagan and Patrick. A memorial service will be held at Presbyterian Kirk of the Hills in Fairfield Bay on Thursday, June 3 at 2:00. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to North Central Arkansas Foundation for the Arts and Education, P.O. Box 1676 Fairfield Bay, Arkansas 72088.To express online condolences please visit www.rollerfuneralhomes.com/clinton
Lea was a wonderful woman, I enjoyed serving with her on the North Central Arts & Education Board for many years. She always had a smile and could get funding where there was none to be found. I enjoyed attending church with her at the Kirk; and at events she always had a wonderful time. She brought many wonderful concerts to Fairfield Bay, and plays to the schools with funding.I will sorely miss Lea.
I know that Mom and Aunt Leila are up to their childhood antics, and Uncle Russ is standing by with my Dad just laughing away at them.Blessings on you Brenda and Jimmy, Remember the joy she brought and try to dismiss the pain of her lossLove you both Robynn
So sorry for your loss. Mrs Berry was my first supervisor at Memorial Hospital. She taught us new nurses so much.
Sending love and prayers on a difficult day. Hoping you can be blessed by celebrating her life while you mourn your loss,In prayer,Ron
Such a sweet sweet lady. She will be missed by many
Lea was a sweet lady and a wonderful nurse. She was a great role model.
Condolences and prayers for the family. Can’t say enough nice things about Lee. She defended her staff, she was knowledgeable, she was so kind and considerate, and in my 40+ years of nursing, the absolute best (favorite) supervisor I ever had. So very sorry for your loss. ❤️
Lee was an RN co-worker at the then, NLR Memorial Hospital. She also attended St. Luke's Episcopal Church in NLR and was instrumental in the Respite Program for many years. I have fond memories of her leadership and compassion.
So sorry to learn of Lee’s death. She and your dad were always so kind to my parents - and to my sisters and me.
I’ll always treasure the beauty you created and the kindness you shared with everyone. Rest in the arms of our Lord 🙏
So sorry, I’ve known Lea for 20 years in the North Central Arkansas Artist League. She was always a positive, encouraging person. She will be missed.
Brenda and family, I am very sorry for the loss of your sweet mother. I extend my sincere condolences. Wishing you peace and comfort during this difficult time.
I was a NCAFAE board member for several years when Lee was President. It was a pleasure to work with her...always kind, up beat and so able. She was the best fundraiser and took the organization up several levels in many ways. A real loss to the community.
Prayers for your family. I want to commend you, Brenda, for all that you did during your mother’s illness. You were there when she needed you the most. May God’s grace be with your family.
Lea will be missed by Little Red River Chapter, DAR, & Her beloved N.C.A.F.A.&E. R.I.P.
I will always remember her as such a genuinely sweet and precious lady. She was always so kind. I am so sorry for the family's loss.