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July 22, 2018

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October 17, 2017
You were the BEST and you'll never ever be forgotten. You will be honored and remembered forever.
September 20, 2017
Heartfelt condolences are extended to your family at this difficult time. Seek the love and support God provides to help you cope during this time - Psalms 29:11
September 11, 2017
To the Brown, Limuel, and Moore Families: I send my heart-felt condolences at this time. I met Mrs. Moore in the mid to late 80's through Howard "Hunk" Limuel. Mrs. Moore was a wonderfully, beautiful, and intelligent woman who didn't mind telling it to you straight.
One of the many memories I have was when Howard first took me to meet her. I was an impressionable young teenager who took things to heart. As soon as the greeting was done she made sure to tell Howard (in front of me) some girls' had called while he was out. She always called him "Hunk." It happened a few times until she got to know me better at which point we became closer.
She was a woman I came to respect and admire over the years. She lived life fully, raised great sons' and gave her family her all. She will be deeply missed, but not forgotten. You're all in my prayers.

Dawna Knotts and Family