Tericia Diane Moore

Tericia Moore, 54, of Wellborn, passed away Monday afternoon, February 20, 2012 at her residence. A Memorial Service is set for 10 a.m., Saturday, February 25, 2012 at Callaway-Jones Funeral Home in Bryan. Arrangements are in the care of Callaway-Jones Funeral Home and Crematory.

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  1. Tericia was always there for me in any way possible. She would stay up and listen to my drama in my life and always give me positive feedback to make me smile!!! The past 4 months she was really there for me and was like my second mother. It never mattered how much pain she was in, she always would take her time to be there for me and give me some one to talk to you. You will always be in my heart. Love you! Mo

  2. TO THE FAMILY OF TERICIA, SO SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS. WE KNOW GOD HAS HER RIGHT IN HIS ARMS. WE LOVE YOU AND ARE GOING TO MISS YOU SO MUCH. GOD BE WITH ALL OF YOU IN YOUR TIME OF NEED. LOVE BARBARA AND JOHN.

  3. Tericia was always so very nice to me and even though we barely knew one another, she was always willing to lend a hand or just an ear to make me feel better. Tericia talked to me through a lot of hard times in the past and for that I am thankful and glad she is now in a better place with no more pain. R.I.P. Tericia you are loved and missed. My thoughts and prayers are with the Moore family in their time of loss.

  4. Sister, my heart is aching. You had to grow up too fast and now your life has ended too soon. I remain in awe of your strength and faith. Like Grandmama, you never met a stranger. You looked forward to new adventures and brought fun into every day life. You made each of us feel as if we were the most important person in your life. You were a patient, selfless and understanding daughter who put your mom’s needs above your own.

    My only comfort is that you are no longer in pain. I smile thinking of you having a heartfelt reunion with the family members that preceded you into Heaven. You’re probably drinking Dr. Pepper and eating peanut butter crackers with Grandmama and Aunt Bobbi while playing blackjack with Dad, listening to Pawpaw play the fiddle, and watching Sue and Jared dance in delight. BTW, look for Neal at the hockey rink.

    “For I, the Lord your God, hold your right hand; it is I who say to you fear not, I will help you.” Isaiah 41:13

    Rest in peace, dear sister. I love you. Anna

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