From the Director Staff
Mrs. Moore was born the daughter of Theron Thomas Howard and Florence “Flossie” Swails Howard on August 21, 1951, in Georgetown, S.C. She was born the 3rd child of 5 siblings; Wayne, Vona, Michael, and Angela. She was a former employee of A-Z Janitorial Service and the owner of Flossie’s Janitorial Service for many years. She loved yard sales and consignment shops; listening to country music especially Conway Twitty and Vince Gill; singing out the old “Red Back” Hymnal; and going to Gospel singings at the local churches. She and her family has attended the Antioch Pentecostal Holiness for many years especially since her loving nephew, Rev. Jeff Goude, became their pastor. She loved her fur-baby, Cupcake. She was a Southern lady committed to making her house a home for all who entered and a devoted wife, mother, and “Mamie” whose arms was a place of love and shelter for her husband, children, and family.
Linda and Lavern were married August 19, 1966 and celebrated 54 years together. Their home was blessed with four daughters: Michelle Flowers-Goins (Dean), Renee Michel (Steven), Denise Moore, and Deanna Shumate (Wesley); three grandchildren, Ariel Sherman (Gary), Victor Martin, and Kaelin Brott; seven great grandchildren, Carter, Noah, Brayden, Spencer, Kerigan, Megan, and Brentley.
She is also survived by: her siblings, Vona Graham (Gary), Michael Howard (Donna), and Angela Gunter; her In-laws, Bobby and Diane Moore, Arthur “Rat” and Peggy Moore, Herbert and Desi Moore, Patsy and Keith Lockliear, Linnie and Bubbie Wilson, and Vickie and Freddie Martin; and a large number of nieces and nephews.
She is predeceased by her parents; a daughter, Denise; a brother, Wayne; and her in-laws, EJ Moore, Inell and Rev. Arthur Goude, Sandra and John Howard, and Judy Moore, and Dorothy Jordan.
A Home Going Celebration will be 2 PM, Tuesday, November 10, 2020 at the Holy Trinity Pentecostal Holiness Church. Officiating will be Rev. Jack Todd and Rev. Jeff Goude. Interment will be private in the Andrews Memorial Cemetery directed by the Andrews Chapel of McKenzie Funeral Home.
The Howard-Moore family will receive family and friends from 6-8 PM Monday evening, November 9, 2020 at the Andrews Chapel.
Due to Covid-19, the family asks that everyone please practice social distancing and facemasks are required.
McKenzie Funeral Home is honored to serve the Howard-Moore family.
606 S. Rosemary Ave.
2156 North Fraser St
Georgetown, SC 29440
210 East George St.
Hemingway, SC 29554