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Nancy Ann Brucker Moore

Reflector • Sep 30, 2019 at 4:37 PM

SAUTEE NACOOCHEE, GA. — Nancy Ann Brucker Moore of Sautee Nacoochee, Georgia formerly of Wakeman, Ohio, passed away September 24, 2019. Born June 22, 1930 to Jane and Charles Brucker in Wakeman, Ohio she was preceded in death by her parents, beloved sisters Naomi Waby and Helen Brucker and brother, Robert (Bud) Brucker, husband Charles H. Moore and infant daughter Melissa Clayton.

She is survived by her loving sons and their families. Scott Clayton (Karen), Chip Moore (Gail), Kelly Moore, Kevin Moore (Aleta), Tom Moore (Joanna), 13 grandchildren and numerous great grandchildren. Nephew David Waby, niece Roberta Core, brother and sister in law Nelson and Gail Moore and beloved black and white dog Jesse.

A graduate of Wakeman High School and Bowling Green State University, Nancy was a proud member of Phi Mu Fraternity. She was a teacher for 30 years in Fort Lauderdale where she lived for many years and where she raised her family. She was a member of First Presbyterian Church of Fort. Lauderdale and attended Camden Baptist Church Wakeman, Ohio. She loved worshipping and singing and understood God’s love for her.

Nancy was a wonderful, exceptional outstanding mother, mother in law and grandmother. She was fun, quick witted, highly intelligent, truthful and always made the absolute best of any situation. Her favorite motto was “What difference does it make”. For the past year Nancy resided at Mountain View Rehabilitation in Clayton Georgia where she loved the nursing staff and residents. We will always be thankful for the care and love shown towards her. She considered them part of her family this past year in Georgia.

In remembrance donations can be made to Habersham County Humane Society 4231 B. Toccoa Hwy, Clarkesville, Georgia 30523 (please note for foster transport).

In accordance to her wish, burial will be in Sautee Nacoochee, Georgia with a memorial service planned at a later date.

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