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JESSIE F MOORE

October 1, 1913February 8, 2021
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Jessie Fern Moore, 107 of Bentonville, passed away on Monday, February 8, 2021. Born in Salina, Oklahoma on October 1, 1913, she is the daughter of the late Fred and Mary Spohn. In addition to her parents, Jessie is also preceded in death by her husband, Curtis, and five siblings. Jessie and Curtis married in 1937 and moved to Bentonville, Arkansas from Missouri in 1995. They were married for 58 years before Curtis passed away in 1996. Jessie was a member of Bible Missionary Church in Rogers, Arkansas and considered attending church her greatest enjoyment. She loved to crochet and garden both vegetables and flowers and became known as the “flower lady.” She also enjoyed reading and doing word search puzzles and spending time with all her friends and family. Jessie is survived by her daughter, Ruth Moore; four generations of nieces and nephews; and her church family. A graveside service will be held at Bentonville Cemetery, Bentonville, Arkansas beginning at 2:00 PM on Friday, February 19, 2021. Family and friends are asked to meet at the cemetery. A memorial Service will be held at a later date. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Circle of Life Hospice, 901 Jones Road, Springdale, Arkansas 72762 or Beulah Mountain Christian Academy, 2995 Beulah Heights Road, Whitley City, Kentucky 42653. Jessie is in the care of Rollins Funeral Home, Rogers, Arkansas. Memories and condolences may be made at www.rollinsfuneral.com.

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  • Graveside Service

    Friday, February 19, 2021

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JESSIE F MOORE

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Trey Conaway

February 19, 2021

What a dear saint of God! We moved to Rogers when I was really little, and I attended church with her for the last 23 years! I remember when she was 91 she went up in a tethered hot air balloon! We will miss her quiet, steady spirit in the services, but know that she is rejoicing on the streets of Glory! At the end of her testimony she almost always said, "until I make Heaven my Home." Now she is Home where there is no pain or suffering! May we all be ready to meet Him when our time here on earth has ended. Praying for the family.

Karen Barnes

February 10, 2021

Great Aunt Jessie gets to be with Great Uncle Curtis for Valentines Day, to enjoy the reward of a wonderful life in heaven, where everyday will be Valentines Day for evermore!

Her wonderful daughter, Ruth, who took care of her mother for all this time, our prayers are with you now, and in the coming future. Such a tribute to Great Aunt Jessie, we all can't Thank You enough for a job well done!

Always a kind word, a sweet spirit and will be missed more than she'll ever know. What a lady, what a life! We're happy for you that you get to be with Great Uncle Curtis and the rest of the family again. Me will miss you for now, until we see you again!

Brenda Eaton

February 10, 2021

My Great Aunt Jessie, born in October 1913 passed away at 107; and my daughter Julianna is 7 yrs old born in October 2013. 100 years between them!!! She lived her life for the Lord and was a devoted wife to her late husband Curtis and mother to Ruth. Jessie Moore (younger sister to my Grandma Jewel Willard) was close to all her nieces and nephews and today has quite the legacy of having many double, triple and possibly quadruple great nieces and nephews! It’s hard to imagine all the changes, two pandemics, and experiences she has seen in her lifetime, but I know one thing about her journey: her constant devotion and walk with the Lord. She always was gracious with a smile and a thankful heart! She will be missed by many and we know she is whole again and rejoicing on the streets of Gold! Wow! What a homecoming celebration! May we all be mindful of her Christian example and make our life and light be known to others.

Pamela Willard

February 10, 2021

Great Aunt Jessie, always had a smile. I can remember when I didn't live too far away from her and Uncle Curtis in Missouri. She would invite us to come for a visit and share a meal with them. She always had such beautiful flowers in her garden. Aunt Jessie will be missed but I will see her again in heaven. Ruth praying the Lord will comfort you during this time. Love you, Pamela Willard

Rachel Woodford

February 9, 2021

Dear Ruthie, I just wanted to let you know how special your mom was to me. I always thought of your dad and mom as my adoptive grandparents. I have many special memories of Sunday afternoons at their home in Missouri. I have the Coo coo clock that hung in their home. I spent hours watching for that little bird to pop out. Your parents were a wonderful godly example in my life. Your mom was a wonderful cook and a great hostess. Thank you for sharing them with me for so many years. I will be praying for you.
Rachel. Bergmann-Woodford

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