Lucinda Patrick Moye

March 5, 1949February 4, 2021

Lucinda Moye, while under hospice care, fell asleep peacefully in death at age 71, with her loving husband, Jimmy Moye, of 49 years by her side. A Celebration of Life service will be held on Sunday, February 14, 2012 at 1:00 pm at Lakeside Congregation of Jehovah's Witness. You may also join the service by Zoom (Meeting ID: 923 5678 8023/Password: 102425).

As a graduate of Douglas Hughes High School, one of her greatest accomplishments was in raising her surviving children. Although she gave birth to four children, Yolanda Moye, Lucinda Coleman, Jimmy Moye, and her beloved baby Demetrius Moye, as a former foster parent known for her hospitality and love of God's word she became the mommy and momma, and grandma to many over the years.

Using the Patrick family cooking skills she provided countless meals and bible studies to nieces, nephews, and friends of the family. As a faithful Jehovah's Witnesses for 44 years the Moye family door was always open and she never tolerated any nonsense under her roof.

Her dear surviving children include, Yolanda's children Ephriam and Kiarah Moye, a son by marriage Brian Coleman, father of Gianna Coleman, her daughters by marriage Amber Moye mother of Jolie, Spencer, Alyvia; Tahshika Moye, mother of Tahliah, Cyndia, and DJ. And she recently welcomed a new daughter-in-law, Tenisha Moye, along with her children. As in Romans 2:6,7, she believed and taught to give Jehovah God your best and we will be reunited soon in paradise on Earth. (Psalms 37:11) Breathing new definition to the meaning "homemaker", as the Patrick mommas are known for, she will live on in our cherished memory.

Lucinda Patrick was born on March 5, 1949 in Macon, Georgia to parents Arthur and Lucinda Patrick. Lucinda, known to her relatives as "Cin Rita", was one of 9 children. She is preceded in death by her brothers Georgie Patrick, and James Patrick and two sisters Doris Howard, Arthur Mae Young.

She is survived by her beloved siblings, Ethel Hughes, Lillie Mae Wooten, Louise Bailey, Belinda Patrick along with a large number of nieces, nephews, and others.

Visit to express your condolences or share memories with the family or send to: Moye Family, 2337 Sanjo Dr., Lizella GA 31052.

Snow's Memorial Chapel, Cherry Street, has charge of the arrangements.


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Lucinda Patrick Moye

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Deborah Oliver

February 10, 2021

To the family are Lucinda she was one are the best aunt I remember she cook the best fried chicken and she came home I will all way it in the car what her and the kids I am going to miss her

Yvette P Wimberly

February 9, 2021

My aunt Lucinda was named after my grandmother (Lucinda). She later named her daughter Lucinda while keeping my grandmother name alive. What a wonderful decision she made by carrying on the legacy. I remembered my aunt Lucinda could really cook. She could cook anything. Oh I remembered that blackberry pie, while she cooked the pie but we, her nieces and nephews would pick the blackberries out of the neighborhood bushes. 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣. Every time you visited her or she visited you, she would always teach you something about Jehovah God. She loved her husband Jimmy, her kids, grandkids, sisters and most of all, she loved everybody. If you were ever in her ❤️❤️❤️presence, you could feel the love. Sleep in peace aunt Cin Rita. We loved you dearly

Imogene Patrick

February 9, 2021

To the Moye and to the Patrick. I know my aunt as Cin Rita. I remember when we were all growing up on Edward Avenue in Macon, Ga. So many fond memories embedded in my heart. She use to comb my hair and put lots of plats on my hair. I thought they were so cute with the bows on them. I am going to miss her, I still can’t believe she’s gone. Rest well my Dear sweet Auntie until the resurrection. God makes no mistakes. Love ❤️ you guys

Dr. Janet Moye-Preyer

February 9, 2021

I have the best memories of staying with Aunt Lucinda as a kid. The bear in the backyard and the smell of homemade pies. Your mother blessed so many people with her faith and kindness. Praying that you'll find comfort in your memories of her and in the knowledge that others are missing too.