Vickie Annette Moore Threadgill, 60, died Wednesday, May 19, 2021 at her home.  


Memorial service will be 11:00 AM, Saturday, May 22, 2021 at Acorn Ridge Baptist Church, where she was a member, with Dr. John Williamson and Reverend Edwin Moore officiating.    


Annette was a graduate of North Moore High School and worked at Lucks, Inc. and in textiles.  She was a loving daughter, sister and mother. She loved  to cook, especially sweets, and enjoyed a good meal, with a Pepsi. Annette enjoyed attending church and gospel music. Annette liked to read and share about the books she read. Annette cherished time spent with family.   She was a daughter of the late Winford and Nonnie Williamson Moore.


Annette is survived by son: Timothy Threadgill and wife Samatha; sister: Jane Black; nephew: Joshua Black and many friends. Annette will be missed by her dogs: Jolene and Daisy Mae.


Kennedy Funeral Home is assisting the Threadgill Family.


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Memories Timeline


  1. Tim and Samantha, our thoughts and prayers are with the Threadgill family.
    Our hope is in Christ Jesus. From your church family at Bethel Friends in Asheboro.

  2. Jane,Timothy and family I’m sorry to hear about the passing of Annette. I will be praying for y’all.

  3. Timothy Jane and family, so sorry about Annette. Worked with her at Energizer. Prayers for you all during this difficult time.

  4. I am so sorry to hear this. Annette and Jane were some of my best friends growing up. We shared many Sunday dinners together and had some wonderful times. Praying for you Jane and all of the family.

  5. So sorry for your loss , Annette was a sweet kind lady . She will be greatly missed , prayers for Jane and all the family .

  6. Jane and family, We just heard about your sister’s passing. We are so sorry. You are in our prayers!
    Ronnie and Barbara Maness

  7. I’m so sorry for your loss. She was so sweet and kind. Heaven gained an Angel for sure. Just now heard about this. May God give the family comfort and peace during this time. Prayers for all.

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