OBITUARY

Jane Beavers Moore

July 24, 1945July 5, 2020

Carol Jane Beavers Moore, born July 24, 1945 in Nacogdoches, grew up in Longview, attended Stephen F. Austin State University and went to be with The Lord on Sunday July 5, 2020 in Conroe, Texas.

She is survived by her husband of 54 years, Tommy Moore of Conroe, Son Geoffrey Thomas Moore and wife Chery of Spring. Daughter Caroline Jane Moore Hobson and Fiancé Kirby Rainer of Conroe. Granddaughter Emma Jane Hobson and Boyfriend Andrew Kalamarides of Austin. Sister Ellen Beavers Anderson and husband Floyd Anderson of Marshall. Brother Steven Travis Beavers and Wife Sarah of Longview and a special Friend Sharon Williams of New Waverly as well as many cousins and friends.

Jane was a Wife, Mother, Grandmother, Sister, Sister in Law, Cousin, Niece, Aunt, Friend, Neighbor, Coworker, Volunteer, Pilot, Sunday School Teacher, Gardner, Football Widow as she would say, but most of all she was a member of the First Christian Church of Conroe, Texas and a Christian who believed in the Lord Jesus Christ and was baptized in His Name many years ago and we will see her again.

She worked for Gulf States Utilities, now Entergy Texas, for 25 years and was active in their Sideliners Retirement Group as well as a regular volunteer for the First Christian Church Conroe Food Bank Program.

The Family is very thankful for the prayers of support from so many people. She felt their power and comfort. We appreciate the staff at M. D. Anderson Woodlands, Home Care Select and Bristol AIM Hospice for their care and kindness.

Due to the current social limitations at this time, there will be a Celebration of her Life at the First Christian Church, Conroe, Texas at a later date. If you wish to make a Memorial Gift in her memory please contribute to the Food Bank, First Christian Church, 3500 Loop 336 West, Conroe, Texas 77305.

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Ava Shipley

July 8, 2020

Many years ago, she and I would step outside between Sunday School and Worship services for a cigarette at First Christian Church. I eventually quit smoking and hope she did, as well. She was delightful, funny, and just a genuine pleasure to be around. She loved the Lord, her family, and life and it showed in all she did. The world is a bit bleaker without her. Love and sympathy to her husband and children.

Peggy Little

July 7, 2020

Tommy and Jane came by our church at Christmas almost every year during the living nativity. Jane also worked with my husband, Ed, and I worked with Tommy. She will be missed... God Bless
Peg

Ray Deason

July 7, 2020

So sorry for your loss, Tommy. I remember you both at SFA. I pray for your strength at this time.

Bill Jones

July 7, 2020

Tommy, I can’t begin to tell you how sorry I am to hear that wife passed away. I know God received her with loving arms and I pray that God will comfort you and your family during the days to come. Your life has changed forever but you can rejoice in knowing that she is now in God’s presence. God bless you and your family.

Sally Gaines

July 7, 2020

Tommy,
Offering my condolences as you and your family walk through this time of loss. I know your family loves the Lord as did Jane so my prayer is that HIS COMFORTER, the HOLY SPIRIT will be with each of you in the days ahead.

Robert n Shirley Meadows

July 7, 2020

Our sincerest sympathy to Tommy and all the family. We have wonderful memories of good times and many years of friendship. Our love to all.

Reginald Plummer

July 7, 2020

I did not have the opportunity to meet Mrs. Moore but I do know that she will be sorely missed, was sincerely loved by her husband and I suspect her entire family & friends. But like the passage said, “we will see her again“. My love and blessings goes out to the family and especially Tommy at this time of bereavement.

Ron Munos

July 7, 2020

Tommy, my deepest sympathy in this time of sorrow. Stay strong.

Harold & Pam Stanley

July 7, 2020

Tommy, So sorry to hear the news about Jane. I remember all the memories we had at SFA. She was such a sweet and kind lady. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

mike johnson

July 7, 2020

Tommy so sorry to hear of Jane's passing. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family,

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY