Memorial requested to Boeuff Presbyterian Church
Letha E. Moore, 91, of Owensville, Mo., passed away Saturday, Feb. 13, 2021, at Frene Valley Stonebridge of Owensville.
She was born Oct, 2, 1929, to Otho Gay and Goldie (Monroe) Wadlow in St. Louis.
She was united in marriage to Billy Wayne Moore Aug. 9, 1946, in St.Louis.
Letha was a member of Boeuff Presbyterian Church in Gerald where she had served as treasurer. She was also a member of Gerald Senior Center and the Red Hat Society. She sewed caps at Paramount Cap Factory in Gerald and later she was hired at First Missouri Bank where she eventually became the head teller. She enjoyed going across the country with her husband as chauffeurs for Mid-America Coaches, playing cards, watching Turner Classic Movie channel, canning vegetables from her garden and pinochle parties. She loved her family very much and cherished the time she got to spend with them.
She was preceded in death by her parents, Otho and Goldie Wadlow; husband, Billy Moore; siblings, Arthur and Bernell Waldow, Olga Elmore and Tena Sharp; and brother-in-law, Jack Helm.
She is survived by her children, Connie Sliepen and husband James of Valrico, Fla. and Richard Moore and wife Linda of Hermann; sister, Linda Helm of Farmington; grandchildren, Rebecca Orzech and husband Mickey of Owensville, Jon Moore and significant other Kylie Beck of Bland, Cody Moore of Union, Mollie Moore of Rolla, Brian Brewer of Florida and Casey Rives and husband Adam of Calif.; and great-grandchildren, Orion Barnett of Germany, Gage Barnett of Branson, Jayden Barnett of Owensville, Cheyenne Orzech of St. Clair, Nevaeh Moore of Hermann. Lydia Orzech of Owensville and Brendan Rives of California.
Visitation will be Friday, Feb. 19 from 4-8 p.m. at Gottenstroeter Chapel in Gerald.
Funeral services will be Saturday, February 20 at 11:00 a.m. at Boeuff Presbyterian Church in Gerald with Rev. Ron Kopplemann officiating. Burial will be in church cemetery.
Memorial requested to Boeuff Presbyterian Church in Gerald.
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