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Janie Moore

Janie Moore (Caswell)

June 25th, 1965 - September 14th, 2019
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Janie (Caswell) Moore, age 54, passed away in Colorado City on Saturday, September 14th, 2019.

Memorial to be held at Old Hutchinson Gym
440 Cedar, Colorado City
October 12 from 11-2. Arrangements are under the direction of Miller Family Funeral Home.

Mrs. Moore was born on June 25th, 1965 in Loraine, Texas to Silas and Margie (Simon) Caswell. She married Steve Moore on October 07, 1983 in Colorado City. She loved her family, friends and keeping her yard beautiful. She worked as a waitress around Colorado City for many years. She enjoyed all her customers throughout the years. She was a social butterfly and could make a friend out of just about any random person. She was strong, stubborn and fought against severe Rheumatoid for 20 years. She was a special kind of crazy with a one of a kind heart.

She is survived by
Husband, Steve Moore of Colorado City, TX;
Daughter, Candis Kelly and husband Tyler of Colorado City, TX;
2 Granddaughters, Lexi Moore and Farrah Kelly, both of Colorado City, TX;
Brother, Bimbo Caswell and wife Donna of Colorado City, TX;
and 2 Sisters, Carrie Tillis and husband John of Colorado City, TX and Lona Hickson and husband Tommy of Sweetwater.

She was preceded in death by Parents Silas and Margie (Simon) Caswell, and Brother Robert Caswell.

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Birdbits ellett

Posted at 06:55pm
My sweet sister, best friend I miss you dearly. Words can not describe how lost I am with out you in my life. May you dance in the winds like a butterfly til we meet again
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Roma Holley

Posted at 02:51pm
Growing up and always looking forward to going to our annual CASWELL Reunion!! It was held in Colorado City at that big pavilion on the east side of the city until I was about 12. One of my favorite memories is running in and out of the big louvres on the west side of the pavilion along with Janie and my other cousins. And playing on the stage (we weren't supposed to be up there). Oh what fun we had. Sweet Janie, you will be missed. Gone but not forgotten, Remembered with a Smile.

Jessica Crawford

Posted at 09:47pm
My Friend,Sister Champion, you I will miss .Doesn't seem real to me that you are gone and I know you are,cant explain the feelings of a void .I will Miss you and I know we will see each other again,Love you

My prayers for all the loss your family is feeling,God will bless them with good memories of you and all the time you had with them,may the loss they feel be replaced with all the Love you had for them,

Lona Caswell Hickson

Posted at 01:34pm
I WILL MISS ALL OF OUR TALKS , MISS HEARING YOUR VOICE , YOUR NOT HURTING ANYMORE AND UP THERE WALKING AND DANCING. YOU WILL ALWAYS BE IN MY THOUGHTS AND HEART TILL WE MEET AGAIN . MISSED BUT NOT FORGOTTEN LOVE YOUR LITTLE SISTER LONA CASWELL HICKSON

June Hickson

Posted at 01:30pm
She was the best aunt I had plus she was very well loved by my kids who grew to love her and will miss her
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