Barbara Ann Moore — 1936-2020

Published 5:17 pm Monday, March 30, 2020

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Barbara Ann Moore, 83, of Douglas, passed away peacefully on Tuesday, March 24, at her home surrounded by family. She leaves behind her husband of 64 years, Robert “Bob” Moore; their sons Terry (Jeannie) Moore and Scott (Jennifer) Moore and their daughter Jody (Ray) Altman all of Douglas, Georgia.

Mrs. Moore was born on July 13, 1936, in LaGrange to the late Homer Lamar Mann and Lizzie Jewell Mann. Mrs. Moore was a loving wife, mother, grandmother, sister, aunt, friend and lover of Christ. She was a dedicated Pink Lady volunteer for more than 10 years. She was a devoted member of First Baptist Church where she sang in the choir and attended the Opal Smith Sunday school class.

In addition to her parents, she was predeceased in death by two sisters, Jackie Mann and Betty Cole and a brother, Lamar Mann.

Barbara is survived by her husband, three children, one sister Judy (Jim) Gurley of Lake Martin, Alabama; seven grandchildren, Jordan Moore and Brett (Chasta) Moore both of Fernandina Beach, Florida; Adrianne (Ben) Hatch of Nashville, Tennessee; Blake Carver, Ashlyn Carver, April (Jacob) Lott and Sandy (Jamie) Spivey all of Douglas; seven great-grandchildren, Holynn Lott, Hudson Lott, Hallie Lott, Kendalyn Spivey and Cadence Spivey all of Douglas; Mila Moore and Jolie Moore of Fernandina Beach, Florida; special friends, Ronnie and Shelia Anderson of Valdosta; and numerous nieces and nephews.

Graveside services were held Thursday, March 26, at 2 p.m. at the city of Douglas Cemetery. The Rev. Shep Johnson and Rev. Robert Wiggly and officiated. Pallbearers were Terry Moore, Scott Moore, Jordan Moore, Brett Moore, Jacob Lott and Jamie Spivey.

Music was provided by Gaylan Collins; “Holy Ground”, “Jesus Is the Sweetest Name I Know” and “Sweet, Sweet Spirit”.

In lieu of visitation, the family invited individuals to view the service at the graveside in the comfort of your vehicle.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to First Baptist Church of Douglas, Georgia, Called to Care of Coffee County or Childhood Cancer Awareness Group of Coffee County.

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Sims Funeral Home in Douglas is in charge of arrangements.