Catherine Moore

Obituary of Catherine Moore

Catherine (Rogers) Moore passed away on March 19, 2005, after a sudden illness at St. Peters Hospital in Lacey. She was born in Donald, WA on October 24, 1932 to Mattie and William Barker. She was the youngest of four children. Catherine married Emerson D. Rogers on July 4, 1953. They had three daughters: Lana (Steve) Jurgens, Teri (Richard) Rogers-Einhorn, and Christina (Rick) Gagnon. She was preceded in death by Emerson Rogers. Catherine later met and married Frank Moore on December 10, 1994, in Reno, Nevada. She is survived by her husband and their two dogs, Teddy and Molly, her daughters Lana, Teri and Christina, step-daughters Marci and Cathy, grandchildren: Troy, Cary, Shanna, Chad, Ryan, Jesse, Cory, Catie and Ben and great grandchildren: Keaton, Haley, C.J., Dylan, Wyatt, Cody, Ashton and Nolan. Her two brothers; Bill and John, and her sister Ruby. Catherine was a devoted wife, mother and grandmother. She enjoyed many years of travel; spending winters in Arizona, traveling in Mexico and visiting almost every state in the US. She loved time with her family and fun with her grandchildren. The grandchildren were included in many of her travels to Eastern Washington, camping at the beach, and train trips. She also loved crocheting and spent many hours making afghans for family members, friends, grandchildren and great grandchildren throughout the years. Catherine was an avid reader and it was typical for her to have books stacked next to her chair and her two dogs sleeping on her lap. A celebration of Catherine’s life will be held on Tuesday, March 22, 2005, at 2:00 pm at the Land Yacht Harbor Harmony Hall, 9101 Steilacoom Road SE. Instead of flowers the family suggests donations may be made to Animal Services, 3120 Martin Way E, Lacey WA 98506. Phone 360-352-2510. Dear Mother, you are not forgotten Though on earth you are no more Still in memory you are with us As you always were before
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