Jean Harris Moore

March 25, 1928 - May 14, 2009

03/25/1928 - 05/14/2009

Past Services

Service
Monday May 18, 2009
1:30 pm
Dawson Baptist Church
9775 Thirteen Bridges Road
Enfield, NC 27823
Directions
Service
Monday May 18, 2009
2:30 pm
Dawson Baptist Church
9775 Thirteen Bridges Road
Enfield, NC 27823
Directions
Additional Information:

The interment will follow at Sunnyside Cemetery in Scotland Neck, North Carolina with Pastor Ricky Sorie officiating.

Jean Harris Moore went home to be with her Lord on May 14, 2009. She was born March 25, 1928 in Halifax County to Willie D. and Lee Paramore Harris. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband Marvin Lee Moore, brothers; Dewey Ray and James Albert Harris, and a sister, Phyllis H. Harrison.

Jean led an active life which included traveling, golfing, crocheting, gardening, teaching Sunday School, playing the organ and directing choir at her church.

In the last year, Jean’s caregivers have become family to her. Appreciation is expressed to Willie Mae Kilpatrick, Delois Byrd, Delois Epps, and Celestine Pittman for their loyal and loving care. The family also thanks Jean’s church family for their love and support as well as Hospice Care of Nash.

Jean is survived by one sister, Mary Leigh H. Summers of Greensboro, sisters-in-law; Christine Moore of Scotland Neck and Dallas M. Turner of Rocky Mount, brothers-in-law; Oscar Moore and his wife Shirley of Greenville, Tommy Rufty of Scotland Neck and Bob Harrison and his wife Gail of Simpsonville, South Carolina. Also surviving are many nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.

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Hilton Jeffreys
13 years ago

Jean was a really special woman. She was very generous and very supportive the 10 years I served with her as pastor. Please know she is very much love by our family.

Dane W. Piper
13 years ago

I was saddened to here of Mrs. Moore’s passing.My Dad and I had the pleasure of hunting her family farm for the last 30+ years as members of Triangle Wildlife Hunting Club.She always seemed very kind and sweet every time I saw her over the years.Mrs. Moore and her family will never know how much of a positive influence

it has been for me(and many others)to have had the opportunity to spend time in

the outdoors with the ones we love.This is a bittersweet

moment for me since my Dad passed away in January of this year.God Bless You All and I’m sure heaven is a sweeter place with Mrs. Jean there.Thank You, Dane Piper