Grace Kiser Moore,88, went home to be with the Lord, Wednesday, June 10, 2020 at Elmcroft Assisted Living, Southern Pines, NC. 

 

Graveside services will be held 11 AM, Saturday, June 13, 2020  at Acorn Ridge Baptist Church Cemetery, with Dr. John Williamson officiating. 

 

Grace was a loving daughter, mother and grandmother. She worked in textiles at Ithaca Industries. Grace enjoyed being outdoors, walking, gardening: both vegetables and flowers. She also cared for her home and family.  Grace always looked forward to time spent with all her family.  She liked to read and listen to gospel music, attending concerts when she could.  Grace was a member of the Senior Saints at Acorn Ridge and was thankful for the many trips they took.   She was able to visit the Holy Land on two different occasions.   She was a daughter of the late Robie Dewey and Mary Elizabeth Hayes Kiser and was preceded in death by husband of 51 years, James Talmadge Moore; son: Terry Moore; son in law: Terry Sauceman; 5 brothers; 4 sisters. 

 

Grace is survived by daughters: Debbie Sauceman; Deana Bean and husband Darrell, Jody Strickland and husband Brad; son:  Marty Moore and wife Sharon; daughter in law: Cheryl Moore; 10 grandchildren; 13 great grandchildren;  many nieces, nephews and friends.

 

Memorials may be made to the Acorn Ridge Baptist Senior Saints, 288 Acorn Ridge Road, Robbins, NC 27325.

 

Condolences may be made to www.pinesfunerals.com

 

Kennedy Funeral Home is serving the Moore family.

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  1. You all are in my prayers. I loved spending time with Aunt Grace. I loved her dearly and will miss her! She was my last aunt. Love to all!
    Brenda Garner Cassady

  2. Prayers for Grace’s family. Just saw her obituary here after her funeral. We thought a lot of Grace and we offer prayers and condolences to her family. For Grace we are thankful that she received her promotion to her Heavenly home. She was always kind and friendly to us.

    Paul and Linda Horner

  3. Praying for God’s comfort, strength and grace for you all in the difficult days ahead. I have many precious memories of times spent with Aunt Grace. She was a jewel. We loved her so much.

  4. I am so sorry to hear of Aunt Grace’s death. She was always a joy to be around, such a special lady. Love to you all.
    Barbara Long (Formerly “Barbara Ann Kiser”)

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