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Moore, Patsy Carolyn (North)


Patsy Carolyn (North) Moore of Carrollton, Texas passed away on Wednesday, May 19, 2021 at the age of 83.

She was born March 6, 1938 in Forrest City, AR to Alice and Ezra North.

She graduated in the class of ’56 from Midland High School.

She was a loving, faithful servant of God, devoted wife, mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother. She was happiest when surrounded by her family. She enjoyed making cakes for family
and friends and crochet. She never passed up an opportunity to help others.

Carolyn is survived by her loving husband of 65 years Robert Moore, son Russell and wife Renee, son Lloyd and wife Vicki, grandchildren Jason, Alex, Eric, Heather, Brittany, Patrick, great-grandchildren Erin, Grayson, and sister Diane Laskie . She was preceded in death by her parents.

Carolyn lived her life in a way that wholly reflected God’s boundless love and grace. She will be deeply missed by her community, her friends and her family but her spirit lives on in all of those whose lives were enriched by her presence.

Celebration of Life services will be held on Thursday, June 3, 2021 beginning with the visitation from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm and the funeral service will then start at 12:00 pm all in the Brooks Family Chapel of the North Dallas Funeral Home, 2710 Valley View Lane, Farmers Branch, Texas 75234.

Following the services, the interment will then be held at Dallas-Fort Worth National Cemetery at 2000 Mountain Creek Pkwy, Dallas, TX 75211 where Patsy will be laid to rest.

Please leave the family condolences and share memories on this website.

3 replies on “Moore, Patsy Carolyn (North)”

Alex Moore says:

This is my Maw Maw. She was one of the nicest people you would ever meet. She taught me just about everything I know. Eric and I would go to her house every weekday and she taught us math, science, geography, and cooked us great meals. More importantly, she taught us patience, kindness, forgiveness, and how to love like Christ.

I will miss sitting in church between her and Paw, drawing pictures and eating white lifesavers from her purse. I will miss her support in any and all of my endeavors. I will miss texting back and forth with her and her impressive multi-paragraph texts. I will miss her checking in with us every time there was a storm to make sure we were all okay. I will miss playing board games with her. Most of all I will miss the look of pure joy on her face when she saw me, and the tightest hugs that let me know how much she loved me.

She made every birthday cake I’ve ever had, from age 1 to age 27. This year, and every year will be very different without Maw, but our faith is in our Lord Jesus Christ. May we all find comfort in the fact that, God willing, we will see her again in paradise. Now it is our job to spread the gospel, the good news, to all our neighbors, and to live and love like Jesus.
Love you Maw.

Sandy Woods says:

This is my mother-in-law who I was blessed to have in my life for 32 years. Maw, as we all came to call her, was nothing less of an angel on earth. It is because of Maw and Paw that my life was truly a little bit sweeter, much more manageable and had much less worry in it. I was blessed that my children were part of a village that starred Maw and Paw. I was always in awe of the love, support and time that Maw provided to her grandchildren. Thank you never seems enough when someone makes such an impact in your life. To Maw, thank you for the happy tears as my babies were brought into this world. For greeting them with the sweetest smile and most loving look. Thank you for the way you comforted them, read and sang to them, played with them and laughed til you cried with them. The constant smile beaming across their faces in your presence was priceless. Year after year and milestone after milestone you were there with never ending support, constant guidance and their biggest cheerleader. The unbreakable bond that Alex and Eric have always had with their Maw and Paw was, and will continue to be, something that is beyond special to watch. The greatest legacy one can pass on to one’s grandchildren is not money or other material things accumulated in one’s life, but rather a legacy of character and faith. This is absolutely what Maw passed on to my children and I am forever grateful for that.

Brooke Torrence says:

I miss you so much!! ♥️

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