January 23, 1951 - June 9, 2013
Born in St. Louis, MO
Resided in St. Louis, MO
Annie accepted Christ at an early age and was a faithful and active member of House of Faith Deliverance Center.
Annie was educated in the St. Louis Public Schools and graduated from Soldan High School. After graduation she attended O'Fallon Tech and received her degree as an (LPN), licensed practical nurse.
Annie entered into Holy Matrimony with Larry Moore and to this union three children were born, Darrell, Andre', and David.
Annie began a career as a Welder for General Motors Corporation. She later worked as a Chemical Operator at Monsanto Chemical Company, and then as a Chemical Operator for McDonnell Douglas.
Annie was a loving mother, grandmother, sister, aunt and friend who truly loved the Lord. She was kind, generous, and protective of those she loved. She enjoyed arts and crafts including quilting, ceramics, crocheting, and painting. Annie was fun loving, enjoyed roller-skating and believed laughter was good food for the soul. Annie loved cooking and baking cakes for family, her church family, and friends. Her favorites were butter pound cakes and caramel cakes. This was one of her many ways of showing her love. On June 9, 2013 at 2:30 p.m., Annie answered the Lord's call and went to live in her "Heavenly Home".
She leaves to cherish her memory: three sons ~ Darrell P. Bibbs, Andre' D. Moore (Ketrina) and David L. Moore (Tina); three grandsons ~ Darrell B. Bibbs II, Andre' D. Moore, Jr. and Tyler R. Gaines; five granddaughters ~ Ashley C. Bibbs, Alicia Phillips, Anastashia L. Moore, Alexis L. Moore and Alyssa M. Gaines; two great-grandsons ~ Ashton C. Ranch and Aden Parnell; one great-granddaughter ~ Hayden M. Ramey; two sisters ~ Mary Elizabeth Harris and Sheila Beverly Hester of Portland, Oregon; two brothers ~ Jerome Oliver Bibbs and Willis A. Bibbs (Mattie); two sisters-in-law ~ Saundra Bibbs (who was very special to Annie) and Dorothy Walls; one aunt ~ Lucy Smith; her loving Pastor and church family; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.
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