Winnie Boggan Moore of Lipan, 91, passed away Dec. 30, 2012 in Clifton. She was born Oct. 20, 1921 in Milam County to Frank W. and Susie Winnie Holland Boggan.
Service was at 2 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 3 at The First Baptist Church in Lipan. Interment: Evergreen Cemetery at Lipan. Visitation was Wednesday at Wiley Chapel in Lipan. Winnie was married to Pleas Thomas “Jack” Moore on May 26, 1940. They shared over 67 years. In their early years they lived and worked in Houston and Fort Worth until moving to Lubbock in 1945. After college, Jack was ordained a Baptist Minister and served churches in Ralls, Hart Camp, Klondike, Lipan and Stephenville in Texas and Melrose, Clovis, Lovington and Pleasant Hill in New Mexico.
Mrs. Moore lived in Lipan for 20 years and the last two in Clifton. She was a member of the Chieftains and Squaws and diligent in her work with Baptist Women’s Missionary Union. She wrote “The Smoke Signals” for the Hood County News and enjoyed sewing, crochet and painting pictures. She was a true Pastor’s Wife and taught Sunday School.
She was preceded by her parents, husband Rev. Jack Moore and a brother, Vester Boggan.
Survivors: Daughters and their spouses: Sue and Sherrod Fielden of Clifton, Kathy and John McLemore of Gardendale, Bonnie and Alan Wimberley of Pilot Point and Connie and Jack Cook of Lipan; Grandchildren: B.J. Fielden and fiancée Carrie Zillioux, John T and Allison Fielden, Kristy and Mark Tarango, Nathaniel and Mariel McLemore, Isasc and Dru Wimberley, Micah and Amanda Wimberley, Aaron and Erin Wimberley, Cory and Stacia Cook, Cigi Cook and fiancé Derek Wares and Clay Cook; 18 great-grandchildren and a sister, Lessie Rene and Benton Dedmon.
Arrangements were by Wiley Funeral Home.