|Birth: ||Feb. 5, 1944|
|Death: ||Oct. 8, 1996|
Martha Ann Moore was born on February 5, 1944, in Lucy, Tennessee, to Vurnell Fredrick Moore and Lucy Leona Hardee. She was the ninth child born to Lucy Leona, and the fifth born to Vurnell.
The family moved to Wagoner, Oklahoma, when Martha was approximately nine years old. There she met Fredrick William Reinholtz. They married on October 1, 1960, in Wagoner. They soon moved to Tulsa, where they lived and raised their four children: Deborah Ann, Barbara Ann, Douglas Wayne and Martha Ann "Marty".
Martha spent most of her married life working in the public. She was an excellent waitress with fine dining experience, and she also spent time working in retail at various department stores. The rest of the time she spent as housewife and mother. She was an excellent baker, and was well known for her wonderful breads, donuts, and fruit cakes, talents not visited upon all cooks.
She was a good and loyal friend to those she loved.
Martha battled lymphnode cancer for the last year of her life, and passed on to her maker on October 8, 1996, in St. Francis Hospital in Tulsa. Her funeral arrangements were handled by Moore's Funeral Home (no relation) on South Memorial, Tulsa. Burial was at Pioneer Cemetery in Wagoner, Oklahoma.
Vurnel Fredrick Moore (1905 - 1976)
Lucy Leona Hardee Moore (1911 - 1994)
Robert Bryson Moore (1040 - 1940)*
Robert Weighnel Hardee (1928 - 2004)*
Lucy Juanita Moore (1936 - 2003)*
Kay Francis Moore (1942 - 1943)*
Martha Ann Moore Reinholtz (1944 - 1996)
Pioneer Memorial Cemetery
Maintained by: Cheryl Moore
Originally Created by: Yonda Bailey
Record added: Mar 10, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 34670458
Happy Angel Day dear Martha. You are greatly missed and thought of often. I love you. Rest in peace.|
Added: Oct. 8, 2013
Today they transferred your memorial to me to care for. I promise to honor you, and never let you be forgotten. I miss you everyday, and you know that I love you.Until later, I'll talk often. Cheryl|
Added: Mar. 18, 2013
A Belated Happy Birthday to the sister of my heart. You are missed, never doubt. You are loved and thought of often by me, Karla, and Jimmy. You were a big part of our lives, and left a hole unfilled. We love you.|
Cheryl, Karla and Jimmy
Added: Feb. 10, 2013
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