Ms. Aldean D. Moore of Farmville, N.C. entered into eternal rest on October 26,2020 at Vidant Medical Center.
Ms. Aldean Moore was born on Oct 16, 1948 to Mr. Alan Speight and Ms. Lucy Moore in the small town of Fountain NC.
She received her formal education in the Pitt Co. School System and graduated from H.B. Suggs all black High School in 1966 as a proud H.B. Suggs Lion! She later furthered her education by obtaining certifications as a Nursing Assistant II and an Assisted Living Administrator in the State of North Carolina.
Aldean was a fun loving & kind person who practiced her faith by her acts of love, acts of giving and her acts of caring for other people. Matthew 25:40 says, “And the King shall answer and say unto them, verily I say unto you, in as much as ye have done unto one of the least of these my brethren, ye have done it unto me.” She was baptized in her early youth and attended Reid’s Chapel Church in Fountain NC where she served on the Usher’s Board &Helping Hands Club. Later on she became one of the earliest founding members of Victory Chapel Church in Macclesfield NC under the very fine leadership & pastorial care of Rev. Walter Adkins. She also was a great ministry of helps to Pastor Earnest Stilley of Truth Temple Church in Greenville NC. Though the specific time, place & date of her initial conversion is known only to her & God it was undoubtedly reaffirmed & settled as she received care at Vidant Medical Center before entering her rest.
To him belongs all praise, honor and glory!
Aldean’s early work career began at the Old North Fountain High School where she was a secretary. Her last place of employment was Trinity Manor Assisted Living in Kinston NC where she was the facility Manager & Administrator before retiring and focusing on family. Being the dreamer & doer that she was Aldean also opened her own Adult Care Home, Restaurant & several stores in various places to include Wilson NC, Fountain NC, BelArthur NC, Greenville NC & LaGrange NC along the way. She believed that if at first you don’t succeed, try, try again.
Aldean enjoyed the company of family & friends, attending the high school & college football games of her grandsons, playing 5000 and Rummikub, oldies but goodies, planting flowers like her mother before her, cooking, feeding anybody hungry and helping other people. Her favorite gospel artist was Mary Mary.
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