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Evelyn Freida Moore, 96
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Evelyn “Freida” Moore, 96, died June 10.
She was born July 13, 1915, in Cowan and was a life-long resident of Franklin County. She was known for her smile and her kindness. She was a member of Winchester First Baptist Church where she served in many capacities, including assisting with compiling the church history. She was a private drama teacher and she served many years as a volunteer with the Red Cross and as Gray Lady at the hospital.
She is survived by her sons, Glen (Peggy) Moore of McMinnville, and David (Mary Kay) Moore of Winchester; mother-in-law, Marie Gunn Moore of Winchester, sisters-in-law, Donna Roper, Martha (Harry) Walker, Linda (Larry) Jones, and Susan Patricia VanSanten, all of Winchester; grandchildren, Jennifer (Randy) Queen, Christy (Phillip) Robinson, Glen “Chad” (Elizabeth) Moore, and Mitzi (B.J.) Rigsby; nine great-grandchildren and 11 nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Glen Womack Moore; father, Frank Hoback; mother, Inez Borin Hobeck; and brothers, Frank and Ed Hoback.
Funeral service was held at Moore-Cortner Chapel. Interment followed at Cowan Montgomery Cemetery in Cowan. Memorial donations may be made to Franklin County Library, Winchester First Baptist Church, or any charity of your choice.
Southern Standard
(McMinnville, Tenn.) June 17, 2012