Angie Melissa Moore


Angie Melissa Moore, 45, of Waco, went to join her Lord and Savior on Wednesday, September 7, 2022.

Funeral Service: 10AM Friday, September 16 at Lake Shore Funeral Home Chapel. A private burial is scheduled at an undisclosed cemetery.

Visitation: 6 to 8PM Thursday, September 15 at Lake Shore Funeral Home, 5201 Steinbeck Bend in Waco.

Angie was born Saturday, March 12, 1977 in Waco to Marvin Moore and Martha Damron Moore. She has one son; Conner Wayne Moore age 13. Our beautiful Angie was tragically taken from her son, family, and friends. She was a vivacious, fun loving, strong, animal loving, God fearing woman with a beautiful voice. Angie loved country music and found great joy in harmonizing and singing along to her favorite tunes. She was a member of Rock Creek Church in China Spring. Angie had a servant’s heart who would offer a meal for a friend, help when needed and was a prayer warrior for anyone who requested prayer from her. Angie worked with animals for many years as a vet tech and was called by friends and relatives who needed solid advice for their animals. The past few years she took after her father and learned the trade of carpentry. She loved making crafts in her “She Shed.”

She was preceded in death by brother, Terry Wayne Moore; uncle, Troy Lee Moore; aunt, Shirley Mae Damron; grandparents, Loyle Eugene Damron and Jennie Conner Damron, Nathaniel Moore and Mary Long Moore, and Albert and Emma Watson.

She is survived by her son, Conner Wayne Moore of Waco; parents, Marvin Earl Moore and Martha Damron Moore of China Spring; sister, Macye Shirleen Thompson; nephews, Dylan Earl Paris, and Brady Chandler Paris; aunts and uncles, Mike and Kay Cooper, and Roy and Bessie Roach; special cousins; and many loving friends.


In lieu of flowers please consider making donations to: Victims of or The Wellness Center c/o Highland Baptist Church, 3014 Maple Ave., Waco,TX  76707.

Place of Service: Lake Shore Funeral Home Chapel , 5201 Steinbeck Bend; Waco, TX 76708

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Condolence Messages

  1. Rosi and David Stovall

    There never have been words that
    express the depth of heartbreak we have
    over your loss. Angie was and always will be in our hearts. We love her and love you and your family very much.

    • So heartbreaking to hear that Angie has passed, praying for her beautiful son and her family. From the time I met Angie ,her sister and family , I knew immediately they were all genuine, kind and strong family. Angie had the biggest heart, love of animals and people. Her smile and her ability to make anyone laugh and the love she gave will be missed. Praying for healing during this difficult time for all family and friends. 🙏🙏❤️🥹🥹😇😇

  2. I’ve had the privilege of knowing this family for almost 25 years. Angie was the one who lit the room up when she came in with her beautiful smile and warm heart. I will always carry her memory in my heart. My prayers are with each and everyone of you. She will be missed so much.

  3. I know there are no words that will ever be enough to comfort you all during this time, but may God wrap his arms around you and show you his love. Angie was a force to be reckoned with, a natural ray of sunshine, when she walked into a room. Her infectious laugh made you just smile no matter what was going on. I love you Angie Melissa. My heart breaks for you all during this difficult time!

  4. Bill and Mary Ann Thomas

    We are grieving with you. May God comfort you and carry you through this valley of the shadow of death. It’s only a shadow because Angie knew Jesus as her Savior. By faith, we believe that she will rise again and you will see her again. In the meantime, please be reminded that He loves you and so do we!

  5. To Dylan and the entire family let me say that our prayers to GOD are not going unheard. Our hearts break for you during this time of unspeakable grief. May GOD’s grace and peace surround you all and wrap you in blanket of comfort that only HE can provide.

  6. I had the privilege of working with Angie when we was vet techs. She loved animals so much. I had so much fun working with her that we became friends outside of work. She always knew how to cheer me up with her goofy ways. Such a sad thing happened to a beautiful person. I will continue to pray for her family. I love you Angie and you will be missed dearly.

  7. Aunt Martha, Uncle Marvin, Macye and Conner,
    Josh and I are so very sorry this has happened. There no words that can adequately describe the sorrow and heartache we feel. We love you all and will continue holding you tight in prayer.

  8. H.D and Susan Wilbanks

    H.D Susan and family
    September 14
    Praying for the peace of God that is beyond our understanding to cover, comfort and carry you all.

  9. I am so so sorry. I only heard today and would have been there if I had known. This touches so because I saw her growing up all those years at church. And especially because she and Lee Anne were born on exactly the same day. What a loss. I pray God will comfort your broken heart. Bless your family. Love Kay Horton

  10. I’m just so sorry and heartbroken for all of you and I know that no words are good enough for the pain ya’ll must feel. Wish we had known her when we were growing up and had met Conner.

    This comes from the hearts of the Connor bunch (Dana LeVrier and Lisa Ward-Barbara’s daughters)

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