Sherman Ray Moore

Sherman Ray Moore, 82 years old, of Hazen, Arkansas passed away Friday, April 8, 2022.  Sherman was born August 11, 1939, in Hubbard, Texas, and was one of thirteen children.  He graduated from North Texas State College with a Bachelor of Business Administration.  Sherman later moved Arkansas where he forged a highly successful career in the insurance industry that spanned more than five decades.  He was a member of Pleasant Valley Church of Christ in Little Rock for many years and later attended Pinnacle Church of Christ, also in Little Rock.  Sherman was a lifelong sports fan.  He especially loved watching and attending Razorback games.  He loved playing dominoes with his brothers and sisters during family gatherings.  Sherman was a kind and gentle man who touched many lives and will be deeply missed by all who knew him.

Sherman was preceded in death by his father, Henry (Grady) Moore of Hubbard, Texas, his mother, Marie Annie Willis, of Hubbard, Texas, his brothers, Charles Howard Moore, Billy Joe Moore, and sisters, Rethel Rheubertia Moore Langford, Roxie Lee Moore Gruden, Annie May Moore Winkelmann, Gladys Lucille Moore Sissik, Geraldine Moore Threadgill, Myrtis Moore Mason and Capitola Imogene Moore Baker.  Sherman is survived by his wife, Gloris Haynes Moore; his stepson, James Thweatt; his brothers, John Henry Moore and Curtis Moore; his sister, Rosemary Moore Neiman, and many nephews and nieces, and a whole host of extended family.

Visitation and funeral services will be held in Hazen, Arkansas at the Westbrook Funeral Home chapel one Friday, April 15, 2022.  Visitation will be from 10:00 to 11:00 a.m., followed by services at 11:00 a.m.  Interment will be in the Hazen Cemetery.

Arrangements by Westbrook Funeral Home of Hazen.

8 thoughts on “Sherman Ray Moore”

  1. Sherman,

    Thank you for all you’ve done for me throughout the years. You will be missed!


  2. Sherman was a very kind and gentle man with never a harsh or negative word towards anyone. He cared deeply beyond words for Gloria and had her at the top of his pedestal. He always sat back and watched at family gatherings so that he never missed anything. He will truly be missed by the Plant and Perry families. We loved him very much and sure he is in God’s hands now.
    Gil and Carol Plant

  3. Gloria we are so sorry about Sherman, he was such a kind man. We all will miss him at the family gatherings. May God be with you in the days and weeks ahead.
    Love you,
    Dale and Sara

  4. Sherman was also such a kind soul to me. I am glad I had the pleasure of working with him. Love and prayers to the family.

  5. Wanda Loudermilk

    Sherman was the best of the best. Kind and had the utmost patience. He loved my sister and only wanted the best for her. A true Christian man and loved all of his family. We know he is in good hands now and we will see him again someday. Love Wanda and Dan.

  6. Annette Rickard

    I was sorry to see that Sherman has passed away, I knew him from his and my early days in the insurance business and was fortunate to work with him to write many accounts over the years. You knew when he brought in an application that it would be correct and everything attached that was needed. That is just who Sherman was, correct and everything in order in his life. All of us who knew Sherman can be glad that we met such a gentleman.

  7. Today we are heart broken by Sherman’s passing , yet rejoicing as we know he is healed, is whole, and in the presence of the Lord! Sherman was one of a kind. He was loving, Kind, giving , fun, and a precious gift to others. His life reflected fruits of the spirit. His love and devotion to Gloria was beautiful. Sherman touched many lives . He was a special man, and he will be missed.

  8. Jerry & Christina Burchfield

    Our prayers are with Gloria and the whole family. Sherman was one of those rare people who thought before he spoke. May the Lord give you peace that only He can.

Comments are closed.