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Place of Birth:
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Place of Death:
Mannford, Oklahoma
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Billie "Jerri" Moore

Billie Jeraldine "Jerri" Moore, 80, passed away on January 7, 2014 in Mannford, Oklahoma. She was born on November, 14, 1933 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma to Carl Edward Mooneyham and Birdie Winona Dowdy.

Jerri was a retired school teacher from Mannford Christian School and also retired from Baxter/Allegiance.

Services for Jerri will be held 1:00 PM, January 18, 2014 at Lake Church in Mannford, Oklahoma.

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Service Information

Time: 18-Jan-2014 1:00 PM
Location: Lake Church
Address: 35903 W. Hwy 51 Mannford, OK 74044


Lou Ann Smith
Jerri wrote the best appreciation cards! I have a couple of them that she gave to my husband and me through the years while attending church together. She always appreciated any way you were a help or encouragement in the church. She was a very wise woman, also. Knew her God and His Word. I will miss knowing that she's not around anymore.
Janice Scott Gerow
I was saddened to hear of Jerri's passing. Jerri was my first cousin. My mom was Ophelia Mooneyham Scott Bruning. Is Carlene still alive? Would love to talk to her or any descendants of Jerri or Carlene. The last time I saw Jerri and Carlene was 1967 at my mom's when Bill Mooneyham died. Janice Scott Gerow -
Sheryl Kuykendall
I always wanted to follow in mom's footsteps because she was always loved by everyone. I don't think I can fill her shoes, but I can walk with her. She loved God with all her heart and it showed in everything she did and said. What a might warrior of God she was. Gina spoke the truth, if Gma Jerri wouldn't do it or say it, it's probably a good thing that you don't. I love her so much and will miss her wisdom and love.
I always said if I turn out to be half of the woman my mom was I would be content! I will miss her greatly- and I know all the grandkids and great grandkids feel the same- she was Grandma Jerri to everyone, even if they aren't related! I always told my kids "if you can't tell Gma Jerri about it you shouldn't be doing it!"