of North Little Rock, AR
January 9, 1929 - July 7, 2022
L.D. Horn, 93, of North Little Rock passed away on Thursday, July 7, 2022. He was born on January 9, 1929 in Pine Bluff, Arkansas to the late Euell and Dorothy Horn.L.D. attended the University of Arkansas and graduated with a bachelor's degree in Pharmacy. He was the former president of the Arkansas Pharmacist Association. For 5 years, L.D. also served as secretary of the Arkansas State Board of Pharmacy. He is survived by his son, Mike Horn; daughters, Diane James (Jimmie) and Leslie Horn; grandchildren, David James (Melody), Beth James (Jill), Holly and Ashley Joseph.L.D. is preceded in death by his first wife, Betty Horn; and second wife, Lola Horn; brothers, Billy E. and Dawson Horn and sister, Louise Kallenin.A funeral service will be held on Monday, July 11, at Roller-Owens Funeral Home in North Little Rock beginning at 10:30 A.M. A visitation will be held one hour prior to the service at 9:30 A.M. A graveside service will follow at Edgewood Memorial Park. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made to the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit at Arkansas Children's Hospital, in L.D.'s honor.
L.D. was a friend of my parents, Woody and Kathryn Bauman Butler, from the Baring Cross neighborhood along Pike Ave in North Little Rock. They eventually ended up two houses down from each other on Locust Street in NLR. I use to see him when I visited my parents. He was a true Gentle Soul. He will be missed.Woody Butler Jr
I was happy to have known LD all these years in Pharmacy. Sorry to hear that we have lost a good friend. My condolences to the family. Don Phillips
What a precious friend to me.I was new in the church but he always welcomed me with a warm smile and a peppermint candy.I will always remember the talks we shared about our beloved Razorbacks.Thank you L D for being such a wonderful Christian man.I loved that you still wore a suit to church.I will miss you and look forward to seeing you again.I know that you are having a great time in heaven with our sweet Jesus and all your friends and loved ones.Rest in peace dear friend!!
Holly, Ashley, and Leslie, sorry to hear about your Granddad and Dad. You are in our prayers. Cherish the many happy memories. We love you guys.
I am Phyllis Byrum, widow of Don Byrum, who worked for L.D. when he had Kavanaugh Pharmacy in Little Rock. Both of us thought the world of him, even though we had not had any contact with your family in many years. May God give you comfort as you deal with the loss of this wonderful man. PBB
My first job was working with L.D. at Kavanaugh Pharmacy. I learned a lot from him. He has always been remembered by me as a dear friend. Mike, I am sorry for yours and the family’s loss of a dear father and grandfather. A good man who really knew how to serve people.
Going to pharmacy was never the same after LD closed his shop. He was a friend and someone we totally trusted. And funny as heck!
L. D. was such a kind and wonderful man. He helped me so much when I went through grief counseling after I lost my Bill. He was a blessing to many and will be missed.
Mr L.D. Was a positive inspiration to me and my family while being “our Pharmacist” at North Hills Pharmacy. He was a very special gentleman. Condolences to the family.
I was blessed to have know L.D. for many years. He always had a smile on his face and a kind word. Praying for the family
I am really going to miss L. D. He was such a kind and thoughtful person. We always had fun analyzing the Razorback games on Sunday morning (of course before the service began).I will keep the family in my prayers in the coming days
I’m saddened to learn of Mr. Horns passing. I worked for him at Kavanaugh Pharmacy in high school. He was truly a wonderful human being. Heaven has gained another Angel. RIP Mr. Horn.
We were so sad to see where our wonderful friend Mr. Horn had passed away. What memories we will have to cherish for the impact he left on our life. We shared a pew every Sunday for several years with him and He always had a piece of peppermint candy to give me every Sunday. I know he is rejoicing in Heaven today.
L.D. loved his children, grandchildren, and the Arkansas Razorbacks. I’m not sure it was in that order but he shared his passion about all. His kinds words will be missed by many. Lucky to have known him.
So sorry to hear about LD. He was a great man and loved by so many. Use to go to his drug store frequently and he was always so kind and cheerful. He will be missed by many. Prayers for comfort to Mike, Diane, Leslie and family. Donna (Harrell) Cox - (Martha's sister)
I enjoyed the stories of LD and my father’s one dollar bets on college games. Some how they always broke even. Our thoughts are with your family. Wilma Humphrey McBride and Terri McBride Crow
Will miss his love and wit in Sunday school and church. A great and faithful Christian.
We are so sorry for your loss. Papa D was an amazing man and will be missed.
My heart is sad hearing this news but Heaven is singing! One of the nicest persons I’ve ever met. Prayers to the family during this time.
We love LD! He was a great man and will be missed. He made such a great impact on his granddaughter Holly who we just adore. Prayers for LD, Holly and the entire family.
Russ and I are so saddened by your loss and pray God gives you the peace and comfort you all need to get through this difficult time.