of Little Rock, AR
March 11, 1931 - September 22, 2020
Barbara Jean Harry ''Barb'' of Little Rock, passed away on September 22, 2020 in Lonoke, Arkansas after an extended illness. She was born in Murphysboro, Illinois in 1931 to Harvey and Ellie Mae Mohler and married her high school sweetheart, Dale Harry on December 30, 1950. She and Dale left Murphysboro and moved to Little Rock, Arkansas in 1965. In 1972, Barbara went to work for Neurology Associates, P.A. and retired 24 years later, a fulfilling career working with the many talented neurologists. The patients were always welcomed by her warm smile and compassionate nature. She will be missed by all who knew her. All were welcome in her life with open arms and her generosity knew no limits, always smiling with the patience of a saint. When not caring for all the children, she was exercising with her friends or working the crossword puzzles and reading.Surviving are one daughter, Gayle Nix of Sherwood, AR and one son, Kent Harry (Kathy) of Tyler, TX. Daughter-in-law, Jonnie Sue Harry of Sherwood, AR. Also surviving her are 8 grandchildren; Callie Harry House, Ross Harry (Alesha), Philip Harry, Stephanie Nix Calloway (Blake), Melissa Nix Cintron (Dave), Gregory Harry (Aubrey), Rebecca Harry Bedell (Matt) and Stacy Graff. 16 great-grandchildren; Kayle, Selena, Adelaide, Eleanor, Julia, Tyler, Sadie, Jax, Chace, Beyla, Aven, Scottlyn, Case, Emma, Alex and one to be named in October. She was preceded in death by her husband, Dale Harry, son, Michael Harry, daughter-in-law, Sarai Harry and son-in-law, Steve Nix. A special acknowledgement to all the wonderful caregivers at Lonoke Health and Rehab Center in Lonoke, Arkansas for their love and special care during her stay, the family sincerely appreciates the love you showed our sweet mother. In lieu of flowers please donate to your charity of choice. There will be a private family service and her remains will be placed beside her husband in Murphysboro.
I was so blessed to have met Ms Barbara Harry, so grateful to her daughter Gail, and her granddaughters Stephanie &Mellissa to bring Ms Barbara so I could cut her hair to get her from perming her hair and I did it!!! it was a bang from the get go!!! The girls have my secret story of what happen the 1st time we met at the salon!!!! Fun story!,,, love you guys forever!!!
I was saddened to see Mrs. Harry’s obituary. She was always warm and kind to me. I remember many wonderful meals at the family table. I was also sorry to see that Mike is deceased. My condolences to the family. Susie Gould
Kent,I came across your mother's obituary in the newspaper. Beautiful lady. I wanted to offer my condolences to you and your family. Love you, brother. Arthur Pruitt
I fondly remember Barbara from the years at Neurology Associates when she so ably and cheerfully took care of things for my husband. She was a lovely person, and I pray the Lord’s comfort for all the family in this loss.
May her journey over the rainbow bridge be filled with peace and light and she be welcomed on the other side with all the love from those who’ve crossed. I love you grandma.
Dear Gayle, I am so sorry for the loss of your mother. I worked with her for many years at Neurology Associates. She taught me many things in the office and I will always be grateful to her. I have many memories of her. God bless you and your family,
Dear Gayle,I am so sad to read of your mother’s passing. Your family was a huge part of my youth and I loved your mom. I pray for God’s peace for your family. Kathy Henry
Best wishes to her family. I believe Barbara was named after my mother, Barbara Mohlenbrock Harsha. Take care.
At 5or6 years old Barbara was my first love. As a Twin her Parents, professional Photographers, loved to take photo’s of us. Our Family was close friends. 🙏 May God receive you in his loving Arms. Bill
A beautiful friend that we will miss dearly. We will be praying for you all during this time of mourning. We love you guys. If you need anything, call us. Bill and Jan Holloway
So sorry to hear of the great loss to all who knew her and especially her family. She was an exceptional person and one I’ll never forget. My love, thoughts and prayers go out to her family. Love you always. God grant you peace, Jeff.
She was a lovely person; always happy and a beautiful soul. I am praying for all of you.
A mother's love is always with her children and grandchildren. Losing a mother is one of the deepest sorrows a heart can know. But her goodness, her caring, and her wisdom live on-like a legacy of love that will always be with you. May that love surround you now and bring you peace.
She was a beautiful lady and was so loving! I have many happy memories of her. Never saw her without a smile on her face! My prayers are with all of you.
A beautiful lady, inside and out, and the best mother-in-law in the world! Much love.