Margie L. Moore (90)

Carmi, Illinois
Birth: June 20, 1933
Death: November 9, 2023

Margie L. Moore, 90, of Carmi, Illinois, died Thursday, November 9, 2023, at her home. She was born June 20, 1933, in Edina, Missouri, the daughter of Richard J. Queen and Helen L. (Cheatum) Queen. She was married to Robert L. Moore, and he preceded her in death on July 11, 1963.

Margie was a retired from Wabash Christian Retirement Center in Carmi where she worked as a laundress. She enjoyed travelling, going to the casinos, shopping (“snooping” as she called it), playing cards, fishing, boating, going for car rides, and spending time with her family.

Survivors include son Darel Moore of Carmi; daughter Donna Matz of Daytona Beach, Florida; grandchildren Joseph Matz and Hallie Moore; and her grandson’s cat, Jae.

Visitation and funeral are Monday, November 13, 2023, at Cook Funeral Chapel in Carmi, Illinois. Visitation is at 10 am, and funeral is at 12 noon. Burial is in Centerville Cemetery north of Carmi, Illinois.

Cook Funeral Chapel in Carmi, Illinois, is in charge of arrangements.

Memorials may be made to the White County Senior Citizens and will be accepted at Cook Funeral Chapel in Carmi.

Visitation: Cook Funeral Chapel, Carmi, Illinois - Monday, November 13, 2023 - 10 am - 12 noon
Service: Cook Funeral Chapel, Carmi, Illinois - Monday, November 13, 2023 - 12 noon
Burial: Centerville Cemetery, Carmi, Illinois
Memorials: White County Senior Citizens Center, c/o Cook Funeral Chapel, 101 Edgewood Lane, Carmi, Illinois 62821

3 thoughts on “Margie L. Moore”

  1. Margie was one of the sweetest Ladies in Carmi. I had the privilege and pleasure of knowing Margie for 8 years. I’m going to miss her humor and “sarcasm ” in telling her stories over the years. Rest in peace my dear friend 🙏💕. You will be missed😭

  2. Darel & Donna,

    Condolences on the passing of your Mother. No matter how old one gets the passing of one’s Mother is one of life’s terrible milestones. May God grant you the peace that only he can at this time.

    Rich G.

  3. So very sorry. I didn’t know until noon today. I wish I could have come to service but working. Sending prayers and big hugs to you all. ❤️

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