Sandra W. Moore, age 76 of Dallas, GA. passed away on Wednesday, January 20, 2021 at her home. Mrs. Moore was born on August 15, 1944 to her late parents; J.C. and Annie Whitfield. Sandra was retired from the Federal Government where she worked for more than 20 years and was a member of New Hope First Baptist Church. In addition to her parents, Sandra was preceded in death by her loving husband, Manley “Joe” Moore, her sisters; Faye Davis and Kaye Greene. She loved to travel. After retirement she drove cross county with her husband, enjoyed cruising with church friends, trips to the mountains with her daughters, girl’s trips to the beach, and spending time with her grand- and great grand- children. She enjoyed reading, working puzzles, taking walks, and hosting large family gatherings at her home. She was a faithful member and actively involved with her church, including serving as treasurer and on multiple committees, weekly visitations, volunteering, and attending Bible study. Sandra was a loving wife, mother, daughter, sister, grandmother, great-grandmother, and friend who will be missed by all who loved her dearly.
Mrs. Moore is survived by her daughters; Ramona Little and Grady of Dallas, GA., Tina Pittman and William of Liberty, Kentucky, her sister; Jean Brown Nantz of Calhoun, GA., brother; James Clayton Whitfield of Calhoun, GA., grandchildren; Wayne Garner, Valerie Shelnutt and Michael, Heather Ferguson and Adam, Tiffany Dial and Chase, great-grandchildren; Matthew, Alanna, Autumn, Emma, Khloie, Caleb, Jensen, and Josette.
Funeral services for Mrs. Moore will be held Graveside Saturday, January 23, 2021 at Georgia Memorial Park Cemetery in Marietta, GA at 3:30 PM with Pastor Jamie Hobbs officiating.
If attending the service, the staff of Clark Funeral Home highly recommends that a face mask be worn, and that social distancing is practiced to help prevent the spreading of any possible illnesses and to help keep visitors, friends and family members of Mrs. Moore safe. The family would like to extend their love and appreciation to everyone who may be unable to attend the service in person due to the states Covid-19 restrictions (no more than 50 people inside the funeral home at one time).
In lieu of flowers, the family ask that donations be made to New Hope First Baptist Church in Dallas, GA.
Clark Funeral Home in Hiram, GA, is honored to care for the family during this difficult time.
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