Yvonne Moore

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Yvonne Moore “Sassy One” was born August 13, 1954, in Columbus, Ohio to Arthur C. Graham.

She attended East High School of Columbus, Ohio. Yvonne was called by the Lord to come home on February, 15, 2023 at the age of 68.

Yvonne worked a few jobs and always pushed herself to do better. This led to a job she thought she wasn’t qualified for at the Columbus Development Center, one of her many accomplishments. With a special place in her heart for the underdog, accompanied with her desire to make a difference, Yvonne excelled at her career. After retiring from CDC, she continued to care for others with a second career at Grant Medical Center.

Yvonne was a member of Power of Faith Ministries, and later attended Christ International Outreach Ministries.

Yvonne enjoyed many hobbies such as skating, baking, watching Jeopardy (which she called going to school), learning about animals, dancing, and listening to music to name a few. Of all her Hobbies, music was her favorite pastime. She would say that music took her away and triggered special memories.

Yvonne loved to go to concerts and to hear her music loud.

Preceeding her homecoming, was her husband; Michael Moore, father; Arthur Graham, sons; Michael Ward and David Moore.

Yvonne leaves to cherish her lovely memories, son; Zenia Keshawn M. Ward, Columbus Ohio, daughter;
Marqueita M. McDonald, Florence Mississippi, grandson; Elijah Juan Moore, granddaughters; Shaquita
Moore, Shawna Ward, four great-grandchildren, and a host of family and other close Friends.

Yvonne is loved by all and will be missed truly. Mama, Thank you for being a part of our lives, for being a friend, for being our sister, for being our auntie, and for especially being our mother.

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  1. So sorry for your lost

  2. My heart and condolences go out to the family.
    I worked at Grant Medical Center many years ago and that’s where I met Yvonne.
    Yvonne was so sweet and would always have me cracking up. I missed her so much.
    She will be greatly missed!

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