With heartbreaking sorrow, on June 14, 2022, at 2:53 a.m., GOD, YAHWEH ABBA called you Home to be with HIM. In life, we loved you as numerous as the stars, and in death, we love you the same. Our hearts are broken into a million pieces to lose you. Yet, you did not go alone, your LORD & SAVIOR JESUS, YESHUA carried you straight into the loving arms of your beautiful daughter, Teresa. You were devastated when Teresa went Home to be with the LORD unexpectedly. Those were the last words you said to me, “You need to call Teresa!” Then you excitedly said, “Teresa! Teresa!” I know you saw her where you embraced never to be parted again, dancing on the streets of gold with JESUS & your Heavenly family. This is my first Mother’s Day without you, my beautiful Momma. You were my best friend, my everything. You were the best and most beautiful momma, daughter, grandma, great-grandma, wife, and friend in the whole world. You were more like JESUS than anyone I ever knew. You honestly believed it is better to give than receive, and you came to serve and not be served. Your HEAVENLY FATHER broke the mold after HE created you. You are the only Dencie, ever, now, or forever. Dencie was born in Winnsboro, Louisiana, on May 20th, 1932, to parents of Lucille and Dent Hughes. She was named after her daddy, Dent. Dencie grew up in Crowville, Louisiana, and graduated in 1950 from Crowville High School with honors. Afterward, Dencie attended the Nursing Academy in Monroe, Louisiana, where she. met and fell in love with her first husband, Thomas Owen Moses. Then, their daughters, Teresa Adrianne, and Phyllis Jean Moses, were born. They lived happily on an acre of land in West Monroe, Louisiana, for 14 years. Then they moved to Lubbock, Texas, and Dencie went to work at Briercroft Savings & Loan and was eventually promoted to vice president. She worked there for 23 years until they went out of business, and she went back to Nursing School, a dream come true. She graduated with a 4.0 at the age of 59. During this time, she married her second husband, Ed England. Dencie loved JESUS and the Bible more than life itself. There were Scriptures all over her home. She was constantly reading the Bible and sharing her love for JESUS with her family and everywhere she went. Dencie was an amazing artist, animal lover, and fabulous chef of Southern and Cajun dishes. She loved to sing and dance, especially when she was cooking a fabulous feast for her family at Christmas. Dencie is survived by her daughter Jean Moses, her grandchildren Derek & Elizabeth Doe, Tiffany Edward’s, Natasha Morris, and her great-grandchildren, Elijah, Levi, Jaxson, Garrison, Heston, Luke, and London. Many heartfelt thanks to all of Dencie’s friends and members of First Assembly of God Church and Pastor Lakey, who provided much-needed love, support, and prayers during the celebration of Dencie’s beautiful life at her Memorial and then her final farewell at Resthaven. Dencie didn’t want us to be sad. She wanted us to remember the beautiful times together. And just know that she is more alive and happier than she has ever been in her life. ❤️
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