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In Memory of

Hattie Lee Cole-Moore

August 11, 1923 - November 22, 2016

Obituary


On November 22, 2016 God called home the wonderful and beloved Hattie Lee Cole-Moore, but before He called her home He allowed the world to experience a true definition of love. Hattie Moore was to many a woman after God’s own heart. She was humble, kind, loving, and caring in a way that words cannot explain. She had a passion to minister to those who needed guidance and extended grace to everyone she came in contact with. Mrs. Hattie had an ability to always find the right words to say to lead whomever in the...

On November 22, 2016 God called home the wonderful and beloved Hattie Lee Cole-Moore, but before He called her home He allowed the world to experience a true definition of love. Hattie Moore was to many a woman after God’s own heart. She was humble, kind, loving, and caring in a way that words cannot explain. She had a passion to minister to those who needed guidance and extended grace to everyone she came in contact with. Mrs. Hattie had an ability to always find the right words to say to lead whomever in the right direction and for that she will be dearly missed by her loved ones, who celebrate the fact that she is at peace. In Springdale, Texas on August 11, 1923 Hattie was born to Mattie Shadrack and Willie Brown. At an early age she accepted Christ and was immersed in the Christian community that served as her lifelong support. In the 1940’s Mrs. Hattie moved to Dallas to start her family and worked as a domestic engineer. Mrs. Hattie was known for many talents and abilities, but especially known for her Tea-Cakes and Fried Chicken. She faithfully served at United Missionary Baptist Church as an Usher, she sang in the original Usher Board Choir, served as a Children/Youth Ministry Sponsor, a missionary board member, and a member of Pastor's Aide. Hattie was blessed with a large and loving family and raised her four children with patience, discipline and humility. From the very beginning, she dedicated her children to God and encouraged them to accept God personally. Her legacy yields a host of grandchildren, great-grandchildren, and great-great grandchildren.



Mrs. Hattie enjoyed a full life surrounded by many family members and friends along the way. She was a pillar of strength, comfort, wisdom, and courage and above everything else, she always kept her faith in the Lord. Mrs. Hattie is preceded in death by her parents Mattie Shadrack and Willie Brown; sisters Addie Boyd, Elizabeth Brown, May Mackins, Johnnie White, and Dorothy Hunter; her brother Thaddeus Brown and a son James Cole. Mrs. Hattie leaves to cherish her memories: her children Willie O’Neal Cole, Thelma Jean Cole, and Hilton DeWayne Cole (Diane), her grandchildren, great-grandchildren, great-great grandchildren and host of other relatives and friends including the children she raised and embraced as her own The Levine Family, The Dixson Family, and her beloved neighbor, Deborah Johnson.