Freida R. Moore
Freida R. Moore, 89, of Terre Haute, passed away December 6, 2019. She was born October 22, 1930 in Terre Haute, to Earl Farrand and Elma Keegan Farrand. Freida was a 1948 honors graduate of Wiley High School. After graduating she worked as a secretary for the Terre Haute Ordinance Depot with military clearance. On May 8, 1955 she married the love of her life, Charles Moore. The couple moved from Terre Haute to Evansville for a short time where Freida worked for Social Security. After returning to Terre Haute she was a homemaker. In 1981 when Freida became a widow at the age of 50 she returned to the workforce as a realtor and an insurance agent.
Freida was a member of St. Benedict's Church. She is survived by daughter Penny Cusick (John), son K.C. Moore, sister Pat Hunt (Jim), brother Fred Farrand (Jo), loving grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. She is preceded in death by her husband Charles E. Moore and son Tom Moore.
Visitation will held Thursday, December 12, 2019 at DeBaun Springhill Chapel from 11:00 a.m. to 12 noon. Services will follow visitation with Pastor Julie Puttmann officiating. In lieu of flowers donations may be made in honor of Freida to Heart to Heart Hospice. A special thank-you goes out to Margo Hayes, Lisa Kupferer, Karla Orman, Stacey Burkey, Angie and Tanya from Heart to Heart Hospice, and nephew Mike Hunt and his wife Diane for the love, support and care given to Freida and her family. Online condolences may be made to:
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Published on December 7, 2019

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Nan Overstreet
Dec 31, 2019
My prayers go out to all of Freida’s family. I have been her neighbor for 16 years. I shall miss our “over the fence” visits.
Lisa Kupferer
Dec 08, 2019
I was honored to call Freida my friend. She was a unique individual and a strong woman. She loved her children and Charlie till the very end and I will love and remember her for her strength and commitment to all she met. I will never walk by a flower garden and not think of her. Asking for God's blessing and comfort for Penny and KC in the days and months to come.