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In Memory of
Mary Esther Moore
1955 -
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Condolence From: Sheila Smith
Condolence: In this world, I've not met many special people like Mary Mabe, or "Mama Mary", as my daughter Wendy called her.
Having a beautiful, sefless, giving, and tender heart in this world is hard to come by, but Mary sure had that gift, & she showed us her sweet & giving heart all of the time.

So many of us think the world of Mama Mary, her kids, and of her grandkids.
They are experience that kin
My daughter, Wendy, was part of her family and treated her like so, which i am forever greatful for. She was one of her own. I miss her smile and kind words.
Mary never had a negative word to say about anyone. She was always so giving, and always seemed so happy.
Mary was a genuine lady, who loved the Lord so much that SHE passed on..,
"His love for Us"-"To Us".
We will always love you, "Mama Mary", and we are blessed to have had you in our lives!
Sheila,Wen,Bernie,Lennox,and Matthew.
Cant wait to see you again...wen.
Thursday November 01, 2018
Condolence From: Wendy Smith
Condolence: Mary Mabe, as I always called her "Mama Mary", was like my second mom growing up. She had a huge impact on my life as child. She instilled a great presence of the Lord and I felt her unconditional love for me. She treated me like her own child, and Angie, Jennifer, Mike, and Becky treated me like their sibling. I'm an only child so being at her house was awsome. She was always creative with us kids, I was never bored and I learned a lot. She took me pretty much everywhere she took her kids. I have wonderful memories of going to Church, CYC camp, and going to her parents house where we built forts. Mary did such a wonderful job raising her kids, each one has grown up to be wonderful kind human beings. Most of all, I admire how strong of a woman she always was, having to be a single mom of 4 had to be difficult, yet she made it look easy. She has always been an amazing, thoughful, truly wonderful person here on earth, and heaven is going to be that much better to have her now. Im so glad that my son, Lennox got to enjoy her presence and her beautiful soul. My family loved Mary Mabe and we will miss her a lot.
Thursday November 01, 2018
Condolence From: Lieutenant Colonel (Retired) and Mrs. Chanda Mofu
Condolence: We have not met, but I was honored to get to know of you through your wonderful daughter, Angie. Our family knows that you are blessed now as you rest well in His arms. Thank you for blessing so many people during your journey here on Earth.
Thursday November 01, 2018
Condolence From: Sandy Taylor
Condolence: Mary was a special christian woman and everybody who met her loved her. She will be missed but now she is with the LORD.
She was a wonderful neighbor to my sister (Sheila Smith) and her family.
Love THE LORD with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind...Love your neighbor as yourself. Matthew 22;37,39
Wednesday October 31, 2018
Condolence From: Vera Simms
Condolence: Mary was beautiful in every way. She loved GOD, her Family and friends. When I would see Mary, she was always cheerful and smiling. She was a Woman of Faith and offered a gentle word to all. Her loving Spirit will live in my heart forever. I feel fortunate that I had an opportunity to know Mary. She touched my heart.. My Prayers are with You all at this time. We know Mary is with her Heavenly Father and will live forever in our hearts.
Wednesday October 31, 2018
Condolence From: Karen (Leddy) Weber
Condolence: Your family will be in my prayers, Annie. What a beautiful tribute was written about your sister. She sounds like the kind of person I want to be, so invested in others' well-being, so in love with the Lord and His Word, so committed to teaching young lives. I had not known about her and her great role in the lives of your siblings and you, as well as later her own children and grandchildren and your parents. It sounds as if her going to Heaven leaves a great hole in many peoples lives, so I pray for God to comfort you all and to raise up people who will fill needs in family and ministry. And you will see her again in that Glorious Day!
Tuesday October 30, 2018
Condolence From: Hal & Myrtle Kifer
Condolence: Annie Travis, so sorry to hear of the loss of your sister. May God bring you peace and comfort during this time.
You are in our thoughts & prayers.

Hal & Myrtle Kifer
Tuesday October 30, 2018