Marcia L. Moore
1931 - 2020
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Marcia L. Moore

Stoughton - Marcia L. Moore, 89 formerly of Wisconsin Rapids, passed away at Skaalen Retirement Services in Stoughton, WI on December 19, 2020. Marica was born on July 27, 1931 in California to William and Elsie (Newman) Goggins. She married George Moore March 1, 1952 in Wausau, WI.

She is survived by her sister, Grace Worlund, Stoughton, WI and her niece and husband, Peggy, and Bill Wainscott, Rockton, IL. She was preceded in death by her son David, husband George, sister Billie Mae and her parents.

Marcia worked for Ross Clinic in Indiana in the 1970's. She loved growing up in Wisconsin Rapids, her Goodwill friends, and family gatherings.

Per Marcia's request there will be no services. Internment will be in Calumet Park Cemetery, Merrillville, IN.

John J. Buettgen Funeral Home is assisting family at this time. Online condolences may be expressed at HonorOne.com






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Published in Wisconsin Rapids Daily Tribune from Dec. 22 to Dec. 24, 2020.
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January 9, 2021
Wis. Rapids Goodwill will never be the same. My Mom Jeanette Maeder and Marcia would go there sometimes 3 times a day. My Mom and Marcia had a lot of laughs. May they Rest In Peace.
Deb Dau
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December 26, 2020
Grace, Peggy and Bill,

Marcia was a good friend and neighbor to my mother, Lorraine Marzofka. It was a bleessing to have her there for so many years. We have very many fond memories to keep in our hearts. God bless her.

Keith and Cindy Matzofka
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