Annie Mary Moore, age 82, of Lawrenceville, GA passed away Monday, August 4, 2014. She was preceded in death by her son Chris Moore. She is survived by her son, Phillip A. Moore and wife Amy Moore; daughter, Lynn Holbert; grandchildren, Anthony Holbert, Cassie Kascak, Abby Moore, and Chris Moore; great grandchildren, Wesley Childs and Carrie Holbert. She is also survived by her sisters, Dwynelle Warren and Carol Garrett, and brother, Tommy Brook, and seven nieces and six nephews. A memorial service will be held from 4:00 P.M., Saturday, August 9, 2014, with J.B. Reese officiating. The family will receive friends prior to the service from 3:00 P.M. to 4:00 P.M. at Wages & Sons Gwinnett Chapel, 1031 Lawrenceville Hwy., Lawrenceville, GA 30046, 770-277-4550. Online condolences may be expressed at

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  1. <3 Granny was such a precious lady, I loved her so. I will miss my wonderful visits with her most… even in her 80s she still painted her nails & wore pink lipstick, which always looked beautiful against her red hair! When Lynne & I would call to let her know we were stopping by, many times we would knock on the door to find her standing over a hot stove fixing homemade lunch for us to share with her on our early afternoon visits to her home. She convinced me how delicious Sweet Potatoes were & now I love them! lol Although, she also said the same thing about Brussel Sprouts & I still can't eat those no matter how good Granny cooked them! She was quite a lady & never a dull conversation! She was a firecracker for sure! I loved to hear her tell stories of things she had seen and done, especially the ones about the baby. She touched so many lives and anyone that met her, couldn't forget her and they would all walk away with a story that would give you a smile or even a chuckle! She shared her home with many people over the years and tried to be a helping hand when she could. My sweet Lynne is so much like her Mother, Annie Mary Moore… kind-hearted, loving, smiling & just happy to be around. At 82 years old, Granny still had the heart & soul of a teenager. She was a special lady that you were blessed to have met if you were able. I love you Granny & will keep my dear sweet memories of you close to my heart! I wear your mother's ring that you gave Anthony to give me everyday. Every time I look down & see it there on my hand, I think of you, Lynne & Anthony & the happiness all 3 of you have brought to my life. I will miss you dearly but … May your sweet, precious soul rest in blessed peace now my love. <3

  2. Where in the world could I even begin about this beautiful family that I love dearly. I grew up across the street from them and there was always a place for me in their home. The memories just came flooding back of all the fun times we had growing up. I can hear Annie Mary hollering for her kids for suppertime and inviting me too. I remember Chris hitting me in the toe with a peanut can and getting in trouble. I remember riding our bikes with no hands and she would tell us to Stop that right now. I am happy I was able to see her last year when I was there. We knocked on the door and she opened it with a towel around her neck and the smell of white vinegar. She gave me a big hug. She was washing her hair and told me the reason it has stayed red for all these years is because of the vinegar. We laughed alot and told a few stories. She told me how much she missed my mom and Phenie Holland. I walked around as she pointed out the pictures of Chris, Phil & Lynne. The painting she has of the three of them is priceless. I will never forget her sense of humor, her captivating smile and her love for her family. My deepest sympathy to Lynne and Phil and the family and I wish I could be there to celebrate her life.

  3. To The Moore Family: I send each of you my deepest condolences for the loss of Annie Mary. I met Annie Mary in 1989, and I spent precious time with her, when I lived in Atlanta. She was the kindest, sweetest lady who gave much to her family and friends. She loved her family, and I was privileged to have known her and the family. I do have wonderful memories in visiting and sharing time with Annie Mary. May God grant His love and comfort to Phil, Amy, and the children; my dear friend, Lynne, Cassie, and Anthony and his children, and her siblings. I, too, wish I could be with all of you to celebrate Annie Mary’s life lived. With Prayers and Thoughts to the Family on this day and the days to come. A Friend of the Family Always, Terry

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