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Wilma N. Moore
 

Memorial for Wilma N. Moore

Born in Bastrop, Texas on Oct. 11, 1942
Departed on Dec. 18, 2009 and resided in Austin, TX.
Visitation: Thursday, Dec. 24, 2009
09:00 am - 6:00 pm
Service: Saturday, Dec. 26, 2009
11:00 am
Cemetery: Sayers Cemetery
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Sister Wilma N. Moore was born to Mr. and Jim and Mrs. Murray Haywood. Wilma was born on October 11, 1942 in Bastrop Texas.

Wilma graduated from Emile High School in 1964. She married her first husband shortly afterward and gave birth to her first son Gary L. Alexander of Austin, Texas. She later remarried to her present husband Mack Moore Jr. and gave birth to her daughter Lisa L. Alexander (grandson Donte' V. Daniel) of Austin, Texas and son Terry L. Alexander of Norman Oklahoma (grandchildren Shard Johnson, Tiron Terry Jr. and Dominique Alexander (great grandson De'Jon Hart).

Her homegoing was December 18, 2009. She was preceded in death by both her parents, stepsister Mae T. Thomas (Willie Thomas), and stepbrothers AC (Tony Taylor and Loretta King) and Forest Simmons.

Wilma was a devoted wife, caring mother, grandmother and aunt. During her journey through this life she began serving God at a young age. Sister Moore played basketball while attending Emile High School where she graduated in 1964. Wilma has been married over 35 years. She would constantly thank God for having a husband that supported the well being of his family. She retired from Austin State School after over 25 years of serve. During her years of service she started out as a Direct Care Worker and retired as a Specialist II. She remained active in church by starting out as an Usher and working on the Pastors' Aide Committee and eventually became the President of the Usher Board as well as the President of the Pastors' Aide Committee. She looked forward to her daily conversations from all three of her children. She felt that it was a grandmother's place to instill love and wisdom to all of her grandchildren as well as nieces and nephews.
  

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