Horace Lee Ware was born on May 14, 1937 in Forrest City, Arkansas to the proud parents of Miles Ware and Gussie Mae King. He transitioned from this life on December 4, 2021.
He attended Forrest City Public Schools. Horace worked as a truck driver, a supervisor at the saw mill, and later became self-employed. He was a man who wore ‘many hats’.
Horace was a sibling of thirteen brothers and sisters. He was a loving husband, father, and brother, as well as a loving family member and a friend to many. Horace always had a story to tell along with some good advice. He lived a full life of love. Horace was united in love and matrimony to Paula Jean McCoy and resided in DeWitt, Arkansas.
From a young age, he accepted Christ as his personal savior.
He was preceded in death by his parents, daughters Sabrina and Valarie, son Alfonso, sisters Clara Mae Willie and Mattie Ward, and brother Robert L. Ware.
Horace leaves to cherish his memories his wife Paula Ware of DeWitt, AR; sons Kenneth (Doris) Ware, Larry Gamel Dent, Tyron (Wanda) Chambers, Steven London, Michael (Janet) Jenkins, Sr., James (Takeasha) McCoy, and Michael Cook; daughters Janet Ware, Shirley Ross, Valerie Jackson, Sheila Jackson, Donna Dent, Anissa Dent, Tammy Harris, Jackie Cook, Tracy Cook, and Diane Ware; mother-in-law Lillie McCoy; special niece Melissa McClinic; brothers John (Joyce) Ware, Miles Ware, Jr., Albert Ware, Charles Wilson Ware, Hervert T. Ware, Lattie B. Ware, Lee H. (Lori) Ware, Sylvester C. Ware, Tony Ware, Richard C. Ware, and Vernon A. Ware; sisters Virginia Mae (Herbert) Kelly, Pearlie Mae (Robert) Newson, and Wilmar Jean Ware; a special cousin Cora Garza; special friends Gwen Duncan and Robbie & Shelby Slater; and a host of grandchildren, nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.
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