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Lulynne Moore fell asleep in death on May 14, 2023, where she lived in Twinsburg, Ohio and resided at Solon Pointe Nursing Home until her death.
Lulynne Moore was born April 2, 1938, in Detroit, Michigan to Mary and Tucker Perry. Lynne was the oldest girl of 13 children. She relocated to Cleveland, Ohio in the late 1950’s with her then husband Leroy Davis, where they raised 6 children. She later was married to Robert Moore until his passing in 2004.
There are many fond memories of Lynne by friends and family alike, as a loving sister to her siblings, a good friend to many, as a mother, grandmother and great grandmother. Lynne loved to visit and call her family and friends on a regular basis. She encouraged many with her warm and comforting words. Anyone who knows Lynne could see that a large part of her life was her service to her God Jehovah. Lynne was baptized as one of Jehovah’s Witnesses on 7/11/1959. In recent decades with a renewed zeal, she became very active in her faith. Lynne has volunteered many hours teaching others about the Bible and the good news of God’s Kingdom.
Lynne is preceded in death by her parents (Mary and Tucker Perry) and her siblings Kenneth (“Kenny”) Perry, Lawrence (“Nemo”) Perry, Wayne Perry, Janet Harrison and Carol Williams.
Lynne leaves behind her children, Anthony, Joyce (Gary), Rhonda (Chico), Karen (“Daphne”) (Hamilton), Sandra and Bryan (Cassandra). She also leaves behind her siblings Roy, Artis (Linda), Tucker (“Skip”)(Pia), Milton (Mariko), Wilda (“Denise”), Ralph, Ruby (“Melvin”); grandchildren Donnell (“Donny”) (Monique), Rayshawn, Michael (Tinisha), Eugene (“Rudy”) (Nicole), Wade (Dannielle), DeCarlo, Briana, Reginald, Jordan, Ashley, Corey (Kendrah) and Justin, 15 great grandchildren, a host of nieces, nephews, family, friends along with millions of brothers and sisters in a large global spiritual family.
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