Delphine L. Moore – 8-26-2020

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Delphine L. Moore

April 20, 1935
~ August 21, 2020

OBITUARY

SERVICE DETAILS

VISITATION -Wednesday 8-26-2020
Lawson Funeral Home & Cremation Services
243 Broadway
Long Branch, NJ 07740
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM

FUNERAL SERVICE - 
Funeral Service will be held in Madison, NC

INTERMENT 
Family Cemetery
Stoneville, NC
Sunday August 30, 2020

Delphine L. (Moyer) Moore 85, of Ocean, NJ, wife of the late George T. Moore transitioned from labor to reward surrounded by her family on August 21, 2020 at Jersey Shore University Medical Center.

Delphine was born in Rockingham County, NC; the eighth of nine siblings to the late Bishop Lawrence W. Moyer Sr. and Annie Mae Broadnax Moyer.

She was a retired Psychiatric Registered Nurse, Entrepreneur, and Business Owner.  Her employment experiences included: Beautician, Office Manager to a prominent Lawyer in Detroit, Michigan, co-owner partner of M & M Rest Home/Assisted Living in Perrineville, NJ, Miami Plaza Hotel, Asbury Park, G.T. Moore Investments, LLC and Moyer's Assisted Living in Stoneville, NC.  Her passion in Life was geared toward winning souls for Christ and the health & care of those in less fortunate capacities.

Delphine was a dedicated member and Church Mother of Mt. Olive Holy Temple Church of God in Christ, Neptune, NJ under the leadership of Bishop Martin L. Johnson.  In her church she served in the following capacities: Sunday School & Bible Study teacher, President of the Missionary Board, Trustee board, Evangelist and District Missionary.  She also served on the National Level of the Church of God in Christ as a member of the General Assembly Executive Board, Rules and Screening Committee and the Ways and Means Committee.  Mother Delphine Moore has lived an exemplary life.

Delphine leaves a legacy of Love and Wisdom to her children Keith Moore (Stacy) of Alexandria, VA and Karen Moore-Williams (André) of Jackson, NJ; three sisters Anna Lee Price of Stoneville, NC, Idella Kellam and Willia Mae Lawson both of Reidsville, NC; sisters-in-law Hazel Moore, Alice Moore both of Madison, NC and Wanda Moyer of Burlington, NC; five grandchildren Keisha Sullivan (Kevin) of Lorton, VA, Kiana Moore and Shaunese Williams both of Philadelphia, Keishaun Williams (WV) and DaShaun Williams (NY); great grandson Karter J. Sullivan; special daughter Janet Taite-Moore and a host of dear hearts and you know who you are, nieces, nephews & friends.

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10 thoughts on “Delphine L. Moore – 8-26-2020

  1. Gretta White says:

    Karen, Keith and Family, my heart grieves to hear the lost of your mom. She was and continues to be a beautiful woman in my sight. The love, warmth, and genuine compassion she possessed could be felt by all. She deposited some of herself, In me and I’m forever greatful and I thank God for putting her in my life. May God give you the strength to get through this and when the grief is lifted may her spirit forever live in you.

  2. Howard Beale says:

    The Family of Delphina
    A very inspiring lady. She was the second African American to graduate the nursing program at Ocean County College in the 1960s. A trail blazer who was a very respected Caregiver. Sincere condolences to the family I know she is already missed. Sleep in peace.
    Howard Beale – Chelsea and Golden Age Rest Homes

  3. George and Diann Walton says:

    Keith, Stacy and the Family,
    We send our love and heartfelt sympathy to you all on the ;loss of Mother Moore. During this difficult time, our prayers to the Father is that he will provide his shoulder of comfort and strength in order for you all to endure. Rest in Peace Mother Moore!

  4. To the family of Delphine Moore, May the depths of Gods abiding love continue to be the source of your comfort, strength and peace during this challenging time of her departure from among us to take her rest in the Lord from the labor among us. Blessings upon all of you!

  5. Ben Johnson says:

    Aunt Delphine, a GRAND LADY, a wellspring of sage advice, a solid Bible knowledge/with life application, lived a joyous life of loving and being loved! Broken-hearted, we find comfort through prayer and knowing that Aunt Delphine’s eternal life in heaven is the gif of life through salavation. Thank you Aunt Del, our love for you is forever!!!! Ben & Joan

  6. Jacqueline Moyer Adams says:

    I believe that tears can Heal, that memories can Comfort, and Love lives on forever.

  7. Karen Cotten says:

    Karen,
    I am so sorry to hear of the passing of your Mother.
    My condolences to you and your family during this time.
    May God Bless You All.

    Love, Karen Smith-Cotten & Family

  8. Diane Shelton says:

    Mother Delphine Moore was loved and her memory will be cherished by many. I truly will miss her impromptu calls to say “hello.” My sincere condolences to Karen, Keith, the entire family, and to the Mt Olive Church family.

  9. Margaret Keyes-Howard says:

    Karen, Keith and Family: My heart is saddened to hear about the loss of your beloved mother. For over more than 40 years I have looked up to your mother and father as true pillars of the community in New Jersey as well as for the great works they achieved in the Detroit area before moving to Neptune many, many years ago. Truly you have been blessed to have such beautiful, loving, strong-in -the faith parents. I always will remember that your mom once told me her Anniversary was on Christmas, so that she and your dad could always be together, she said it was an eternal commitment in celebration of their commitment to their union as well as their faith. I took that so literal that on the Day Christ was born, they paid homage and honor to share in their sacred union through a commitment of love to share eternally….. thus a desire to be together with Christ …was always the goal…what an awesome legacy you have to cling to!
    Now in this day they shall be reunited in that same eternal hope as it is in the divine will of God Almighty He, the creator has come to reclaim His time with Delphine for those eternal moments. Therefore, while you know her as as mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, mother-in-law; but the Father knows her as Disciple, faithful servant, child.. She is His and while we were all blessed to have shared some of this time with her on Earth, be us ever grateful now… that she lays in bosom of our Savior, where the righteous are rewarded with pain-free rest, shrouded in glory and comfort, reunited with her beloved George AND …wanting nothing, but to lay down the burdens of this life and receive her many crowns. As the life of Delphine Moore ascends from her earthly vessel to her spirit life I offer you the opportunity to REJOICE, GIVE THANKS, OPEN YOUR HEART TO PEACE & COMFORT, as She will surely hear the words…. well done my good and faithful servant…enter into the joy of your master…. Amen. May God Bless you and know that you are in my prayers.
    With Love Always, Margaret Keyes-Howard & Family, Farmington Hills, Mi

    1. Regina says:

      Keith, Karen and family:
      May you find comfort in the presence of the almighty. The Eason family would like to extend our deepest condolences . Mother Moore will be deeply missed. Prayers for comfort and strength in your time of bereavement.

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