VALENTINE, Neb. Audrey Lee Moore, 90, of Valentine, peacefully passed into the arms of our Lord Dec. 30, 2019, after a long battle of multiple health complications.
Audrey was born Sept. 20, 1929, in Hiawatha, Kansas.
She graduated from Hiawatha High School, Hiawatha, and the University of Kansas, with a master of business administration.
She loved her family dearly and faithfully served the Lord through missions, music and community involvement.
She was preceded in death by: her parents, Homer and Pearl (Holliday) Horn, Hiawatha; brothers, Homer Horn, Hiawatha, and James Horn, Spring Valley, California; and sisters: Margery Watkins, Riverview, Florida, Darlene Bachmann, Topeka, Kansas, and Shirley Blanton, Topeka; sons, Frederick Scholl, Holbrook, Arizona, and David Nicholson, Albuquerque, New Mexico; as well as many relatives in the Midwest.
She is survived by: sister-in-law, Elva Horn, Spring Valley; nephews: Joel and John Horn, La Mesa, California, and Homer Horn Jr., Kingman, Arizona; nieces, Francene Crow and Sue Rush, Moreno, California; sons, James Scholl, Payson, Arizona, and Johnathon Moore, Valentine; plus 10 grandchildren; and 21 great-grandchildren, all in Arizona; as well as many relatives in the Midwest.
Although her sunshine has set, it will continue to shine in all those whom she led to the Lord, comforted, befriended, encouraged and loved in her own special way.
Carpenter Memorial Chapel, in North Platte, Nebraska, arranged cremation.
Memorial services are scheduled for 2 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 29, 2020, at First Baptist Church, Valentine.
In lieu of flowers, the family requests a donation, in her name, to the Mary B. Rhodes Medical Scholarship, through the WMU Foundation, to carry on her missions legacy and love for young people.
You can give online at: https://bit.ly/3aNnHFm, or mail your gift to: Mary B. Rhodes Scholarship, in care of WMU Foundation, 100 Missionary Ridge, Birmingham, AL 35242. As published in the Hiawatha World.