Carolyn J. Moyer

                    February 11, 1944  -  March 29, 2011

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Carolyn J. Moyer, 67, entered into eternal rest on Tuesday, March 29, 2011. She was born in Roanoke, VA on February 11, 1944 to the late John Hubert Johnson, Sr. and the late Mozell Mildred Creasy. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, George McKinley Moyer and her daughter, Helena Antoinette Moyer.
She was educated in Roanoke City Public Schools. She graduated from Virginia Western Community College with an Associate’s Degree in Business Management. She retired as an Administrative Assistant from Virginia Cares with TAP This Valley Works after years of dedicated service. She loved to cook and mentor to the younger community and never said no to anyone. She was a kind hearted and giving woman who always had time to lend a helping hand. She was a motivator and a fundraiser for various programs within the church.
Mother Moyer as she was known in the church was an active member in numerous organizations. She was a member of Partners with Christ, Sister to Sister; G1 Singles Ministry, the Hospitality Board and she participated annually in the Unity in the Community celebration.
Carolyn was a devoted and loving mother and cared deeply for her family. She is survived by four loving children, George Moyer (Corlette),Vestel Moyer, Byron Moyer (Amanda) and Wayne Moyer (Sophia) and stepson Rodney Brown; grandchildren, Gloria Moyer, Byron Moyer, Whitney Moyer, Vonessia Moyer, Jaylen Thomas, Bratin Miller, Malaysia Moyer, and one great grandson Elisha Moyer; brothers, John H. Johnson, Jr. (Mattie), Harold Johnson (Betty), brothers-in-law Reginald Moyer (Alice) and Larry Moyer (Carolyn); sisters, Diane Johnson, Lily Mae Hughes, Renee Williams; sister-in- law Monica Moyer and adopted sister Loretta Welcher. She also leaves behind a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, other relatives and close family friends.
“A smile for all, a heart of gold. One of the best the world could hold.
Never selfish, always kind. These are the memories you’ve left behind.”

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Born: February 11, 1944

Death: March 29, 2011

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