Norma Jeanne Moseley

06/30/1930 –

 02/22/2020

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  • Memorial Service
Date: 02/28/2020
Time: 10:00 am
 – 11:00 am

Obituary

Jeanne Moseley was born on June 30, 1930, in Hart, Texas, to Anna Belle and Howard Sharp.  She received her promotion to Heaven on February 22, 2020.  Jeanne graduated from West Texas University with her teaching degree.  She was a teacher for over thirty-five years and was a favorite of her students and an avid reader.  Jeanne enjoyed Jeopardy and crossword puzzles.  She was a fantastic cook and was always the life of the party!

She was preceded in death by her parents; and her husband of thirty years, Coley Moseley.

Survivors include her daughter, Mindy Wilson and husband, Mitch; grandchildren,  Burgundy Hahn and husband, Aaron, Tanner Wilson and wife, Cassi; great-grandchildren, Aidan and Bella Hahn and Kyron and Eli Wilson; brothers, Jack Sharp and wife, Eula and Wes Sharp and wife, Beth; niece, Evonnda Watkins; nephews, Kelvin Sharp and Justin Sharp.

Celebration of Life services will be held at Lake Ridge Chapel in Lubbock on Friday, February 28 at 10:00 A.M. Friends are invited to share memories and expressions of sympathy for the family to cherish in the area below the obituary.

 

 

Memorials

Memorials may be made to the “Build the Vision” fund at The Message Church, 5502 Auburn, Lubbock 79416, or to the “I Love My Church” fund at FBC Littlefield, 400 E 6th Street, Littlefield 79339.

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4 thoughts on “Norma Jeanne Moseley”

  1. I loved getting to know Jeanne and we always enjoyed long talks and laughs. She had so many stories to share about her life and the family she loved so dearly.

  2. So sorry to hear of Ms. Moseley’s passing. She was a wonderful lady and always , always had something funny to say. I have thought of her often since retiring and cherish my time in assisting her through her care. She was a great lady. My best to her family.

  3. Mindy, Burgundy, and Tanner, So sad to here about Jeanne. As you know she was very special to our family. I will cherish all of the funny stories and times I had with her.
    Jeanne was one of a kind. Sorry I will not be able to attend her celebration of life services. I could tell so many funny things about her. Wanted to let you know that I will be thinking of you all tomorrow, and may God Bless each and everyone of you.

  4. My deepest sympathies Mindy, Mitch, Tanner, Burgundy & families. She was such a hoot!! I loved visiting with her when I got the chance at Heritage Oaks. Always had me smiling.

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