Juanita (Parrott) Moore
Mar 11, 1913 - Apr 30, 2013
STUMPFF FUNERAL HOME
BARTLESVILLE, WASHINGTON CO, OK
Juanita P. Moore, 100, resident of rural Bartlesville, died Tuesday April 30,2013, at the Forrest Manor nursing home in Dewey.
Graveside Services for Mrs. Moore will be held at 10:30 A.M. on Monday at the Memorial Park Cemetery in Bartlesville with Rev. Hannah Peterson, of the First Presbyterian Church in Bartlesville officiating.
Interment will be in the Memorial Park Cemetery in Bartlesville under the direction of the Stumpff Funeral Home & Crematory of Bartlesville.
Juanita Parrott was born to George & Elizabeth (Wilmott) Parrott on March 11, 1913 at Big Creek near Pleasant Hill Missouri. Her first eight years of schooling was in a one room school house, one mile from her home, which she walked to. After 4 years of high school, she worked in Kansas City for the McCrae Wholesale Fuel Company. She was married Lt. John Wesley Moore on January 19th 1941, and she followed him during the war years. Following his honorable discharge, they returned to Oklahoma where he was employed by the Bureau of Mines in Bartlesville as a chemist. He passed away in 1959, leaving her with three children, Bruce L. Moore, Jeannette Moore, and Wilmott Moore. Mrs. Moore stayed at home with her children until they were grown; the she went to work as a secretary at Central Junior High School until she retired in.
In addition to her husband she was preceded in death by three sisters and two brothers.
Mrs. Moore is survived by her three children, Bruce L. Moore and his wife Pat, of Bartlesville, Wilmott J. Moore of Nowata, Oklahoma and daughter Jeannette Y. Moore of Washougal Washington, by three grandchildren, Shannon N. Coker and husband Nick of Lawrence, Kansas, Lisa S. Wellington and husband Jason of Bella Vista, Arkansas, and Jarrod L. Moore of Bartlesville.
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