|Birth: ||Oct. 31, 1942|
St. Louis City
|Death: ||Nov. 4, 1999|
A versatile woman, Jeanette was a lover of nature, literature, and history. On camping trips she often read to her children the westerns of Zane Grey and Louis Lamour, and loved the historical novels like Gone With the Wind, Doctor Zhivago, Evergreen and Forever Amber.
Like her great-grandfather, Thomas Anderson Moore, who was also born on October 31st, she was a writer and seeker of knowledge. As a young girl she was introduced to the opera and ballet by her Granny Mae and continued to enjoy these throughout her life, but more than these, she loved the beautiful outdoors. She was able to fish with the patience of a saint or sit quietly for hours and watch the deer, squirrels, and birds as if in envy of their world.
Her sparkling eyes and magnetic personality made others immediately comfortable with her, so one could easily say she never really did meet a stranger. She was generous with her compassion and advice and was a gentle and tender woman who could care for the sick and soothe the heart-broken. She was to many, a friend - but to her children she was a devoted and loving mother who gave Love, Security, and Happiness - the things she most cherished in life.
Clarence Moore Lane (1918 - 1966)
Darlene Davidson (1962 - 1962)*
Resthaven Park West Cemetery
Created by: Sunnyann
Record added: Oct 25, 2008
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