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Barbara McLaughlin Moore

Barbara McLaughlin Moore

Tuesday, May 29th, 1928 Tuesday, September 3rd, 2019

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Obituary for Barbara McLaughlin Moore

Barbara McLaughlin Moore- died peacefully on Tuesday, September 3, 2019. Barbara was born in Greensboro, NC on May 29, 1928 and grew up in a Quaker community with five siblings who all predeceased her. She studied at the Woman's College in UNC, the Cleveland Art Institute, and the University of Tennessee. She was employed over the years as an executive secretary in Cleveland, Cincinnati, Knoxville, and Nashville, culminating with a fourteen-year tenure in the Pastoral Care office of St. Thomas Hospital. She wed in 1950 to Wallace V. Moore and was married for 62 years until Wally passed away in December of 2011. Their daughter Karen passed away in 2017. Surviving are two children: Janet Moore Miller (David) and Roger Moore (Connie). A private memorial service will be held at a later date and she will be interred alongside Wally at the Veterans Cemetery on McCrory Creek Road in Nashville. In lieu of flowers, the family requests memorial donations be made to Boy Scout Troop 87 at Belle Meade Methodist Church, 121 Davidson Road, 37205 where Wally served as a Scoutmaster.
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Cassie Tesh

We love you Aunt Bob! Always smiling and kind, you made any family gathering even better. We treasure the times through the years that we got to visit with you and Uncle Wally. You were so sweet to our kids and they loved you too.
Love always, Mark and Cassie
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Gloria West





Barbara and I have been dear friends for over 50 years. She was a smart, courageous and beautiful Lady, inside and out!!! She always had a smile on her face, no matter what was happening in her life! She loved her family and many friends. We shared many, many happy times together! Janet, David, Roger and Connie, I will always treasure my friendship with your beautiful Mom!! I will miss those special times we had! I am thinking of you with loving thoughts!

Gloria



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Marty McPherson

I loved Barbara Moore. She always had an encouraging word to share and always found a way to connect with each person she met. She was amazing at remembering names, and could even remember the name of my dog! She just had a way of brightening my day every time I saw her. I will miss her dearly and remember her fondly always.
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Jamie Lynch

I had the pleasure not only to get to know Mr’s. Barbara but to do her hair also. I will deeply miss our Thursdays talks about the old days and her wonderful children. She was an outstanding woman. Much love to the family.
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Vernonda Flegal

What a pleasure to get to know Ms. Barbara! She loved her family so much. Blessings to you as you mourn the loss of this precious lady.

Vernonda Flegal
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