Moore, Clara B.

- December 16, 2020

Clara Moore slipped away from us peacefully on the morning of December 16th.  Clara was born in Paradise Hill, Saskatchewan, Canada. She was married for 64 years to her husband Murray Moore, who preceded her in death in 2018.  She is survived by her 4 children: Craig Moore (Wife Nan), Colleen Moore Riley (Husband Larry), Scott Moore (Wife Paula), and Mark Moore (Wife Donna). Clara and Murray shared 10 grandchildren, 11 great-grandchildren, and their precious pup Cody.

Clara and Murray came with their children to the United States in 1963 from their home in western Canada. In 1980, Clara and Murray chose Texas as their home and built deep business and family roots in the community. Clara worked for many years as a bookkeeper until retiring at 62 to travel with her husband throughout the US and Canada. Traveling and camping in their motorhome across Western North America are among their fondest memories.

Clara was very loving, kind, thoughtful and generous. She always had a ready smile, a great sense of humor, and a kind word for everyone she met.

She will be dearly missed by her family and friends.

Due to COVID restrictions, a Celebration of Her Life will be delayed until it is safe for family and friends to gather once again. We will notify of any future plans for a future remembrance gatherings.

In lieu of flowers during these trying times, please share with the Salvation Army or your favorite charity. Clara loved caring for others in need.

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9 replies on “Moore, Clara B.”

Kitty Minor says:

I know how hard this is to lose your mom! I will pray that you all find peace and joy in the memories that you shared with her.

Mstidur Hsthsnysq says:

My sincerest and deepest sympathies for you and your family. May the angels come to greet her and may her memories be a blessings to all of you. Sending you love and light. Marisue

Scott Moore says:

Mom always Loved the holidays and enjoyed Charlie Brown and of course the Grinch. My life is full of fond memories with her and my family during those times. Gone but not forgotten Love you mom.

Leasa Groce says:

She was the sweetest and kindest soul! She had a heart of gold and I know she will truly be missed.

Ken McIntosh says:

My memories of Clara will forever bring a smile to my heart, a precious gift I will cherish. My sincere condolences to the Moore family.

Janet Keeler says:

A life well lived. Now resting in Gods arms.reunited with her love of her life. Condolences to family. Prayers are being offered up.

Pamela Rhyne says:

I am honored to have met Clara and it didn’t take long to fall in love with her. She was witty and kind, generous and loving. She made me feel like family. . I will always keep her close in my heart. My most sincere condolences to her family, friends and all who knew and loved her.

Karen Gianas says:

My thoughts and prayers are with all of you. I remember enjoying your Mom’s lovely company at many a family celebration. I feel blessed to have had the opportunity to know her! Love and hugs, Karen

Gary Calhoun says:

Remember the good times. I know the feeling.

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