Bennett Funeral Home

209 North Main Street, Concord, NH


Beatrice E. Moore

October 6, 1928June 9, 2019

Beatrice E. Moore, 90, of Loudon Ridge, fell asleep in the Lord on Sunday, June 9, 2019, at her home surrounded by her family.

“Bea” was born in Somerville, MA on Oct. 6, 1928, to George E. and Christina (MacKinnon) Turner. At a young age her family moved to Stoneham, MA. She graduated from New England School of Theology. She came to the “Ridge” to teach Vacation Bible School at the Loudon Advent Christian Church where she met and married her beloved husband, Wendell A. Moore, in 1953. Her passion was her Savior, the Lord Jesus Christ, her family, her church family and friends, and cats. She was active in her local church as a deaconess, teaching Sunday School, VBS, and Bible studies while raising her family and assisting on the farm. She was interested in foreign missions and served the Advent Christian denomination as President of the Women’s Home and Foreign Missions Society (WHFMS). She served on both the Eastern Regional and National conference boards. The highlight of her service was her trip to visit the mission work in the Philippines in 1994. Bea was also a member of the Concord Christian Women’s Club, part of the Stonecroft Ministries. Bea was active in the Loudon Elementary School PTA and served as its president. In 2009, she was honored as the Loudon Citizen of the Year. She was a 4-H leader for the Ridge Runners 4-H Club and Merrimack County 4-H for many years where she taught many children in the Loudon area to sew. Bea was very creative and loved to paint. She was a member of the White Mountain Decorative Painters Guild and sold her works of art at the sugar house at the family farm as well as many area craft fairs.

She was predeceased by her parents, her husband, and her brother, George Turner.

She is survived two sons, Karl C. Moore of Loudon and Larry J. Moore and his wife, Melissa, of Loudon; two daughters, Linda S. Flewelling and her husband, Gere, of Loudon and Diane J. Pearl and her husband, Bruce, of Gilmanton. She is also survived by one granddaughter, Angela C. Pearl and her children, Téa and Aidan Rodney of Gilmanton and nine grandsons, Brett D. Pearl of Gilmanton and Brian M. Pearl and his wife, Jenna and their children, Madelyn and Brooklyn Pearl of Gilmanton; Christopher K. Moore and his wife, Christine, of Rockwell, NC and Andrew N. Moore and his wife, Lindsay, of Salisbury, NC; Scot A. Flewelling and his wife, Sarah, of Northfield, Evan G. Flewelling of Loudon; Samuel R. Moore and his wife, Christina, and their children, Kelsea and Lydia, of Loudon, Jeffrey K. Moore and Taylar Clark, Bradley D. Moore and his fiancé, Erin Stevens, of Loudon. She is also survived by two sisters, Barbara (Turner) McLaughlin of Wade, ME, Ruth (Turner) Pifalo, and her husband, Paul, of Tewksbury, MA; one brother, John E. Turner, Jr. and his wife, Donna, of Stoneham, MA.; and two sister-in-laws, Charlene Turner of Milton, FL and Barbara (Moore) Burtt of Lee, MA. She is also survived by her beloved cat, Sweetie, and many nieces, nephews and dear friends.

The family thanks the Concord Regional VNA staff for their care and support.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Family Bible Church, P.O Box 7858, Loudon, NH 03307.


  • Family Bible Church


  • Calling Hours Monday, June 17, 2019
  • Memorial Service Tuesday, June 18, 2019


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Beth French

June 12, 2019

Bea was always kind to me and my children after my divorce. She even included my second husband as a member of her extended family. Didn't see her much over the years but I have always loved her.

Robin Wing

June 11, 2019

My memory is one of gratitude. While attending the advent Christian church at the time of my youth she was always a wonderful mentor and the epiphany of kindness and generosity. She truly impacted my life then and still with the many lessons she taught me of love and kindness. My sincerest sympathies to all her family. What a great loss she will be and how lucky you were to have her for 90 years

Roy Page

June 10, 2019

I was able to be with Aunt Bea for about a week in Pleasentveiw Rehab. I stopped by her room after all the meals. The last 4 days we ate at least supper and sometimes all 3 meals together in the dining room. What a blessing to spend that time with her. We always prayed together at least once a day.
It was really a special time. Next time I see her will be in heaven.Praise the Lord

Doreen A. (Hammett) Jenner

June 10, 2019

To all of the Moore family; I am so deeply sorry to hear of Bea's passing. Please know that my thoughts & prayers are with you during this time. I will always remember Bea as such a kind & loving person. She was a real sweetheart. I feel blessed that I was able to share at least one corner of her life. She had a great gift of faith & always had a kind word or deed for someone in need. Bea will be truly missed by all.

Jean Casey

June 10, 2019

I will always remember her care and comfort when I visited the farm while in college. She was like a mother to me when my own mother was so far away. Memories of her will always be with me.

Bob Surowiec

June 10, 2019

Carl, sorry for your loss