Charmayne-Moody-Obituary

Charmayne Moody

Waco, Texas

Dec 12, 1953 - Jan 6, 2013

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Mary and I love Dick and Charmayne....we played many dances and parties for lovely people with them and never anything but the best music and memories....God willing we will see them again. Every reader please know this....Jesus is the only way to the Father of all living....Find Jesus and you'll find Him......Love...Terry and Mary Barnett

I knew of Charmaine from junior high through high school. She was beautiful inside and out. I lost contact with her until our last high school reunion when I called her and talked for quite a while. She wasn't able to make the reunion but our conversation on the phone was quite a reunion for me. We visited like old times. If I could turn back time and If we only had more time in a day I would make it a job to call each and every old friend and stay in their lives more. Seems this life is...

Charm, I have been thinking so much of you lately and had no idea of your passing. KP called me today and told me. I can hear you talking to me. I have been waking up recently and repeating your phone number 713-895-8018 and I feel so awful that I haven't kept in touch and did not know. You were so special, loving, kind, supportive, an earthly angel in every way. Now you are with Dick, your Mom and Dad and all of your furry family. You are with all the angels that you always spoke of. ...

May God bless you, love, cousin Taunia.

I remember Charmayne teaching me how to dance when I was 12 years old in Aunt Dot,s living room and I had such a lovely time with you at Terrill,s wedding in Florida. I will miss you. When your family see Daddy and my husband, Scott, tell them that I love them! I will see you, & Pam, Aunt Dot, & Uncle Dwight when we all gather in the garden. Love you Charmayne, your cousin, Taunia.

I enjoyed the service last night, especially the personal thoughts and the singing. It was my
honor to work with you & Dick a few years ago.
I see you both playing and singing on some cloud, near Gabriel. God Bless. Tom W

Charm will always be in my heart.. Your smile,laugh and beautiful voice will be missed.

Allison Kearney Bigan

Charmayne was a member of my extended family for many years. She was an adopted daughter and dear friend to my parents, Bernice and Allen Coppock. Years ago, she and Allen were law partners and their mutual admiration society grew to include Dot and Dick and become family. Now they are all gone from us but all together once more. Charmayne brought great good will always.

Charmayne, Noy and I are going to miss you Sweetie. Thanks for being there when we needed your help. Love You and Dick, we'll see you later, OK?

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Charmayne Moody, born December 12, 1953 passed away in Houston, TX on January 6, 2013. She was born in Waco, TX and graduated from Richfield High School in 1971. She attended University of Texas Austin and graduated in 1975 with a music degree. Charmayne furthered her education and earned her law...

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