Patricia Dare  Satterwhite Moore


Patricia (Pat) went to be with our Lord on March 16, 2019, after battling kidney failure for several months. Pat peacefully passed from this earthly life surrounded by family at home in Lauren Montana, her home of the past 22 years.

Pat was born in Beaumont, Texas on January 13, 1938 to Collins Satterwhite and Wilda Daniels. Pat attended school in Texas. Her first school was Percilla Grade School, middle school at Grapeland Junior High, then high school at Pasadena High School.

Friends and family meant everything to Pat. She made lifelong friends with several of her school friends from Percilla, Grapeland, and Pasadena. Over the years she stayed in contact with many friends, but Pat and Martha, one of her friends from Percilla, were especially close. Martha and Pat would talk once or twice a week for what seemed like, to Clint at least, an eternity! It was an eternity of friendship.

Pat was also was very close to, and enjoyed the company of, Pam's husband's mother, Teetsie (Alemia Spradley). Teetsie passed some years ago and since that time Pat has been looking forward to meeting up with her again in Heaven. Close friends make the world just a little bit better.

Pat's closest friend and the love of her life was William Clinton Moore, whom she married in 1965. Pat and Clint have shared their lives and love for more than fifty years. Their lives have been full, deeply loving, caring, and perhaps most importantly, lives as best friends!

Pat had a passion for reading and enjoyed penning the occasional poem, putting her talents into writings. She had a command of language and the ability to articulate her thoughts and feeling into a song, a song of the heart. Illustrating this ability and the deep love she had for Clint is the first paragraph of a romantic letter penned by Pat in 1999. Pat wrote, "Oh my darling Clinton how I wish you were here. I want to hold you in my arms as our hearts beat in a timeless dance of sweet wondrous love." We'll leave the rest of the letter between Pat and Clint.

An avid movie fan Pat loved Westerns, old Romance movies, "Gone with the Wind" was a favorite, and actors and actresses such as Shirley Temple, Betty Davis, and of course, John Wayne. It's likely Pat would be of the opinion that there wasn't a good movie made after 1960. ...well, with the exception of "Lonesome Dove" and the "North and the South". Pat was quite the film critic!

Perhaps of most importance was Pat's relationship with God! Throughout her life she held fast to living her life in a manner to honor God. Doing so was paramount in Pat's life! Everyone that knew her knew of her strong faith in God and her desire to share her faith with others.

Pat was preceded in death by her parents Collins and Wilda Satterwhite, and daughter Cindy McCann.

Pat is survived by her husband, Clint Moore and children Linda Anderson and husband JT, Pam Spradley and husband John, Tricia Hall and husband Rocky, Susan Pruitt and husband Marlon, Mike Moore and wife Angela, and Debbie Scott and husband Shaun. She is also survived by her brother Edward Satterwhite and his wife Carolyn, sister-in-law Gwen Langenberg and a multitude of grandchildren, great grandchildren, and nieces and nephews.

As we celebrate Pat's life we think about the impact she had on all of us. When you look at each of Pat's children, grandchildren and great grandchildren, you see so many of Pat's qualities displayed in each one. We are thankful for the legacy of love that Pat has left each one of us.

In remembrance and celebration of Patricia Dare Satterwhite Moore this 16th day of March, 2019.

Services to celebrate the life of Patricia Dare Satterwhite Moore will be held Sunday, March 24, 2019 with visitation at 2:00 PM and service at 3:00 PM at the Evergreen Church at Evergreen Cemetery in Percilla, Texas under the direction of Herrington Funeral Home of Palestine.

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