Glenys Moore

August 3, 1945 — September 12, 2013

Glenys Moore

Glenys A. Moore Glenys Ann Bevers Vaughan Moore, born August 3, 1945, passed into the care of our Heavenly Father on Sept. 12, 2013 while surrounded by her children at her home in North Ogden. Glenys, the daughter of John Rufus and Nellie Ann Strawn Bevers, was very proud of her education earning a Bachelor of Arts Degree in December 1991, and a Master of Behavioral Studies in Psychology and Communications Degree in December 1993 from Southeastern Oklahoma State University. Glenys worked as a youth counselor for 10 years while living in Oklahoma and proudly worked in the Operating Room of McKay-Dee Hospital for 22 years. She was a very gifted artist being influenced by her Native American Heritage winning many awards for her Gourd Art and Carvings. She was also an avid lover of nature and volunteered her time at the Ogden Nature Center. Glenys was born in Lubbock, Texas and raised her children in Utah and Oklahoma. She was a proud sister of the Griffin Memorial Church of God In Christ. She is survived by her children and their spouses: James (Robin), Mike, Dennis (Jennifer), Jennifer (Robin), 8 Grand Children and 5 Great Grand Children. Memorial services will be held at Griffin Memorial Church of God In Christ on Sunday, September 22 at 3:00 pm. In lieu of flowers, Glenys has requested that people be kind to one another and to remember to pay it forward and help a person in need or to simply be nice to a stranger. Glenys was a giving and loving person. Her life was dedicated to the service of her fellow man and she strongly believed that we need to take care of each other as well as the earth in which we live. She asked that we advise people to abstain from eating raw fish and to spread her message asking people to watch the documentary "Thrive".
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