Polly Kay Moore

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Polly Kay Moore, 78, of New Braunfels, passed away on Sunday, September 11, 2016 in San Antonio. Born on September 23, 1937 in Dundon, West Virginia, she was the daughter of the late Ransom James and Lela Flint James. Polly is survived by her husband of 60 years, James Marvin Moore; son, Marvin Moore of New Braunfels; daughter, Natalie Synwolt and her husband Marq of College Station; grandchildren, Lindsey, Spencer, Thomas and his wife Cindy, Ransom, Wyatt. Also surviving are numerous siblings, nieces, nephews and cousins. A memorial service will be held at First Baptist Church of New Braunfels on Friday, September 16, 2016 at 2:00 p.m. with a visitation beginning at 1:00 p.m. In lieu of flower, donations may be made in Polly's name to your favorite charity.

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  1. Uncle Jimmy, Natalie, Marvin and families, we were all heartbroken to hear the news of Aunt Polly ‘s passing. Please know you’re in our thoughts and prayers. I think mom said it best when she said, “God must have needed another angel.” Much love to you all.. Mava Parsons – “Aunt Tootsie” Lois, Dan, Jess and Colin Vining

  2. Uncle Jimmy, Marvin, Natalie, Marq, and family, I know what you are going through and there are no words to express how sorry I am for your loss. Just know that we love you all and will miss aunt Pollyanna enormously.

  3. Uncle Jimmy, Natalie, Marvin and families. We are so sorry that you have lost your wife and mother and grandmother. Aunt Polly will be so missed. She was such a sweet lady.

  4. My heartfelt condolences go out to Marvin, Natalie, Uncle Jimmy and extended family. There are so many of us who loved and still love Aunt Polly. Prayers and fond memories are what we now have to remember her. She was a beautiful soul who loved God and her family. She was a devoted wife, mother, and grandmother who also loved her siblings, nieces and nephews. Remembering Aunt Polly’s wonderful and gentle soul will forever remain in our hearts. My Deepest Sympathy. ❤

  5. Words cannot express the sympathy that I feel for you in the loss of your beloved Polly. Please know that you are all in our thoughts and prayers. Love to all.

  6. Uncle Jimmy, Marvin and Natalie. So very sad to hear about Aunt Polly. Loved her dearly, and still do. Praying for you all. Debbie (James) Schoolcraft and family. Love yo you all.

  7. Jim n family condolences on Polly passing . I so much enjoyed working with her at Anyhonys so many years ago always smiling n laughing n her favorite words at least with me. ( oh crude ). And we would start laughing. God grant all of you peace and know she is in heaven praising the lord

  8. I know Polly because I used to serve her at McDonald’s on Walnut Street. My prayers are with the family. She was a very delightful lady.

  9. Polly was a wonderful person. I remember when she lived across the street from my parents on Bobolink. She will truly be missed.

  10. Polly and her husband Jim Moore (James) used to meet me and other friends at the local New Braunfels McDonalds for lunch or dinner. She was a gracious, lovely, Christian woman, always with a smile. She loved her church. Our lives parted some years ago, but I will never forget her. Her husband, I believe, had a start of dementia or alzheimers, yet he conversed friendly with us all. One of her servers at the McDonalds wrote a memory tribute in this book already. There was a James Moore whose funeral was with this funeral home, death 11/6/22 but I think he was too young for Polly to marry. I miss them a lot.

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