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L. D. Moore

© Stilwell (OK) Democrat Journal
April 15, 2015
Submitted by: Annajo Cantrell Limore

L. D. Moore, age 81 of Westville, passed away April 12, 2015. L. D. was born November 27, 1933 in Walnut Grove, Arkansas.

Since 1992 he served as Pastor of the Victory Chapel and loved to fish and preach.

L. D. was preceded in death by his parents and brother, Leland Moore. He is survived by his wife of 25 years, Margie Ponder Moore of the home; sons, Sam Moore, Tony Hothouse and wife, Johnny and wife, Willis and wife; daughters, Kathryn, Willa, Dollie and Litty; several grandchildren, great grandchildren, relatives and friends.

Graveside services were held 4:00 pm Tuesday, April 15 at the Chulio Cemetery in Stilwell. Services were preceded by viewing at the Victory Chapel Church in Westville. Arrangements are with Benton County Memorial Park Funeral Home, 3800 West Walnut, Rogers, AR.

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