Harley Glenn Flowers, 82, of Russellville passed away on Saturday, June 13, 2020 in his residence. Harley was born on September 4, 1937 in Gainesville, Texas, the son of Charlie and Hallie (Clarke) Flowers. He married his wife Martha (Jobe) Flowers on July 2, 1960 and they have shared 59 years of marriage. Harley is a veteran of the US Army. Harley moved his family from Gainesville to Shreveport, Louisiana in 1965. There he lived and worked for many years until his retirement as a Tool & Die maker for AT&T. He was held in high regard by his managers and co-workers, often being tasked with difficult or priority jobs. Following his retirement, he and Martha relocated to Russellville Arkansas and lived there until his passing. Harley loved to fish, both for fun and competitively. He was a fan of the Dallas Cowboys and Houston Astros. He and Martha took many trips to Hawaii and enjoyed their travels. Harley is the great- great- grandson of David Crockett of the Alamo.
Harley leaves behind to cherish his memory, his wife Martha of Russellville, Son Ronnie Flowers and his wife Carla of Sherwood, grandsons Shawn Flowers and his wife Cherie of McKinney, Texas, Eric Flowers and his wife Lauren of Sherwood, four great grandchildren McKenzie, Haleigh, Kennedy, and Brady, his three sisters Charlene King of Euless, Texas, Lila Beth Davis of Lake Kiowa, Texas, and Nancy Hellman and her husband Jimmy of Krugerville, Texas. Harley was preceded in death by his parents, two brothers Warren and David Flowers, and his granddaughter Breanna Flowers in 2000.
He is buried in Rest Hills Memorial Park, North Little Rock, AR.