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Marlene Moore (nee Moses), of O Fallon, Missouri, passed away Sunday, January 29, 2023, at the age of 81. Loving wife of the late Leroy P. Moore; beloved daughter of the late Augustus and Virgie Moses; devoted mother of Roy (Deja) Moore Sr., Ronald Moore, and the late Brenda Moses; cherished grandmother of LaToya Smith, Victoria Moore, Jade Moore, Eliana Moore, Xavier Moore, Elizabeth Moore, Roy Moore, Jr., and Isaac Moore; treasured great-grandmother of Tiara Smith, Tyler Smith, and Marcus Smith; dear sister of Lois (the late Paul) Thompson and Freddie Moses. Marlene was also preceded in death by her siblings, Edna Moses, Barbara Jean Moses, Mary Moses, Shirley Moses, Loretta Scott, Robert Moses, and Augustus V. Moses.
Marlene was a lifetime missionary and was always doing God’s work. She was definitely a God-fearing lady, and she prayed all the time for everyone. She was always full of joy and very energetic, and she loved dancing, singing, and rejoicing for the Lord. Marlene truly held Jesus at the center of her life.
As a matriarch of the community, Marlene was well known in her neighborhood for owning and running her business, Moore’s Confectionary. She was a hard worker and very supportive of her husband and the businesses they ran. Marlene always believed the best in everyone and was a straight shooter. She took care of so many people in her life, whether they were family or friends, she could always be counted on for support.
Most important to Marlene was her family, and she loved them immensely. She always looked forward to spending time with her children, grandchildren, her siblings, and nieces and nephews. The memories she made with her family will be cherished always. Marlene was a loving and devoted wife and will be laid to rest with her husband on his birthday.
Marlene was dearly loved and will be greatly missed by all who knew her. Memorial contributions may be made in Marlene's name to The United Way or The Salvation Army.
Baue Funeral Homes is currently following CDC recommendations regarding mask and social distancing policies.
Monday, February 6, 2023
Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery, MO
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