UPDATE: Memorial services for Paulette Moore will be July 1st at 2pm at the First Methodist Church of Lebanon.
The address is 300 N Madison Ave. Lebanon Mo.
A reception and meal will be served afterward.
The family request no flowers be sent to church. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions can be made in Paulette’s honor to either of the following:Hope Lodge of St, Louis or the United Methodist Church of Lebanon.
“Once again the Moore family thanks each of you for your constant and unwavering support through the last 18 month journey.”
LEBANON, Missouri- The volunteer community and friends are mourning the passing of Paulette Moore, who was active any numerous community-minded organizations. The Laclede County Office of Emergency Management posted the following today:
“Notice of arrival in Heaven. This morning Paulette Moore met, The Lord, she will be working all Emergencies up there now, here on earth she was a mentor to many (including me) in the world of Emergency Services, Red Cross, Law Enforcement, and Fire. She has lead the Fire canteen mission for years, then helped the many, many victims of fires and disasters. She also sheltered in place with her kids at home during tornado weather while sending her husband Judge Stan out to Storm watch for OEM here in Region I and Laclede County. No more pain, she was a great leader and mentor here on earth, we will miss her greatly, now, please continue praying for the Moore family, Randy S. Rowe, Director of The Office of Emergency Management.”
Survivors include: Her husband Stan Moore; one son, Michael Moore of Lebanon, MO; one daughter, Paula Moore and her husband Day Curtiss of Springfield, MO; two grandsons, Phoenix and Xavier; one brother, Allen Shernaman and his wife Jo and their family of Raymore, MO; brother-in-law, and sister-in-law, Steve Moore and his wife Diana and their family of Knob Noster, MO; other relatives; church family and many dear friends.