Catherine Joan Moore

July 14, 1935 ‒ October 27, 2017

Mount Vernon, Ohio

Catherine Joan Moore, age 82, of Mount Vernon passed away on Friday, October 27, 2017 at the Mt. Carmel St. Ann’s Hospital in Westerville.

She was born on July 14, 1935 in Greer, Ohio to the late Edward and Mary (Solomon) Styers. Catherine was employed as a RN and worked at St. Ann’s Hospital where she retired with over 40 years of service.  She was a 65 year member of Grange and was a member of the Milford Church of Christ.  Catherine enjoyed quilting but most of all she loved the time she spent with her family.

She is survived by her husband, of over 58 years, Marvin Moore; her daughter Pam (Tim) Evans; her son Preston (Mary) Moore; seven grandchildren, Ben Moore, Rose More, Sarah (Josh) Dayton, Mark Evans, Cynthia (Corey) Johnson, Geoffrey Lee, Melissa (Kyle) Hamilton; eight great-grandchildren; and two sisters, Shirley (Gary) Hughes and Colleen Brokaw.

In addition to her parents, Catherine was preceded in death by her daughter Amy Lee.

Friends may call on Thursday, November 2, 2017 from 5-7PM at the Flowers-Snyder Funeral Home. A service will be held on Friday, beginning at 11AM, with Pastor Kevin Moreland officiating.  Burial will follow in Mount Vernon Memorial Gardens Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Milford Church of Christ Missionary Fund.

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  • We are sorry to hear of your loss our thoughts and prayers are with you and your Families <3 Don and Connie

  • Joan, you were more like a Mother to me than a big Sister . . you are the one I always went to when I was worried . . you always had the right answer and it was usually accompanied with your laughter. I have so many wonderful memories of both our childhood and adulthood. You worked hard in school and became a Registered Nurse, and you loved taking care of others. You married a wonderful man and had a beautiful family . . . you were so talented . . you could make anything! I know you are in the arms of our Loving Savior, and your suffering is over. I will miss you forever, but I plan on seeing you again. Love, Shirley

    • Shirley ….I am so sorry for the loss of your sister. So very sad. My friend Gary goes to the same church, I had seen her there at Christmas and talked to her. Thinking of you and your entire family at this sad time.
      Sherry Davis

      • Thank you, Sherry! Joan told me about meeting you and Gary. Your words mean very much to me. Thank you, sincerely. Shirley

  • Marvin and Family, We were saddened to learn of Joann’s passing. You have been very good neighbors to my mother, Georgia and our family. Joann will be missed by all who knew her. Our thoughts and prayers to you and your family during this very difficult time.

    With Deepest Sympathy,
    Gale and Francie (Pribonic) Shrimplin

  • I always loved Aunt Joan. She was a kind and loving soul! So sorry
    For your loss Uncle Marvin, Cousins Pam and Preston. Love,

  • I’m so sorry you lost Joan. She was a wonderful person with a beautiful smile and I will miss talking to her each Sunday at church. Rest assured she is in God’s care now.

    You are all in my prayers.

    Donnie Thompson

  • Marvin and Family,
    So sorry to hear of Joan’s passing. I always enjoyed planning trips with and for you two! Thoughts and prayers to all of you.

    Best,
    Christy Keffer

  • Marvin, Pam, and Preston:
    Our thoughts and prayers are with your families. She will be missed by all in our neighborhood.

  • Uncle Marvin, cousins Pam, Preston, and their families, and the families of Amy:
    Our thoughts and prayers are with you all at this time as you say so long for now.
    May the memories you hold in your hearts see you through this time until you meet again at Heaven’s gate where Aunt Joan and Amy will be waiting for you. Our memories of times together give us comfort too. Wish we could be there to celebrate the life of Aunt Joan, but we will be there in spirit come Friday.
    Love and Hugs

  • Preston, Mary, Ben and Rose-we are so very sorry for your loss. You are in our thoughts and prayers. Lori and Charis

  • Will miss you Joan. very caring person. will to help someone. in need. Helpful in a sewing project. or what ever you needed…sorry for your loss.