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Sherri Conley Moore was born in Miami, Florida, July 14, 1955 to the late Richard and Rozella Nesbitt Conoly. She attended Hialeah-Miami Lakes High School where she was a graduate in the class of 1973. She continued to pursue her career goals by attending ITT for Office Administrations. She relocated to Lakeland, Florida where she was employed at the Lakeland Speech and Hearing Clinic as a Medical Transcriptionist. Her last employer was the Macon Police Department where she served as an Administrative Secretary.
Sherri was a firm believer in treating people how you wanted to be treated. She had a huge heart, she would and has given her last to someone in need. She would always see the good in the people she met no matter their background. Some of her hobbies was planting flowers, she loved flowers. She also love putting together puzzles, jigsaw puzzles., word puzzels. She always wore a smile. You would never know if she was treading troubled waters. She would give her problems to God and her faith was so strong that it encouraged many others around her. During her residency in Lakeland, she was an enthusiastic member of the Greater Refuge Church of Our Lord, currently known as Greater Refuge Temple. On September 9th, Sherri received her last request for service on this side when she was called gently and peacefully to her Heavenly Father for eternity. She will be forever loved and missed by all who knew her. Her legacy of faithfulness, love and kindness will continue.
Sherri C. Moore leaves to cherish her memories a loving family; her children, Steven L. Moore, Sherria M. Brooks (Rashard D. Brooks), Terrence C. Moore, and Enorris E. Moore (deceased); grandchildren, Saniya L. Moore, Treasure L. Moore, Rashard D. Brooks Jr., Roman D. Brooks and Stephon L. Moore; siblings, Rose Marie Harp, Richard Conley Jr., Molly Mabery, Cambriel Conley, Monique Conley and Richard Coes; a host of uncles, aunts, cousins, and several God-children that she loved as her own.
Condolences may be sent to the family at Oldham Funeral Home.
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