[Funeral Program for Cordia Jaye Mooney, January 13, 2001] Page: 2 of 3
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Ms. Cordia J aye Mooney (Better known as Shot) was born
on December 15, 1941, to Mr. Herman Mamous and Ms.
Octal L. Mooney who preceded her in death.
She was born in Gonzales, Texas and raised in Waelder,
Texas, and graduated from Ralph Bunche High School in
Waelder, Texas. Later she moved t-Q San AfiWftio, Texas..
She attended Hicks Beauty Salon in San Antonio, Texas,
certified in business. She worked at several funeral homes,
worked 15years with children at P.C.I, and as a Legal
Assistant at a law office.
She was also the founder of The Willing Workers at Greater
Good News Baptist Church, founder of Teen Awareness,
President of The Night Owl Program, worked with Fighting
Back and worked with the C.O.P.
She was a member of The Order of The Eastern Star Cubit
Horton #14 Chapter. She joined and accepted Christ at
an early age. She was a member of Shiloh Baptist Church
and was on the Usher Board. She was a fearing woman
who loved God.
She met and married Claude Jones (who preceded her in
death). Two sons were born to this union.
She left to cherish her life two sons, Paul Anthony Jones
(Deanna), Leo (Ricky) Jones, two sisters Judy Darlene
Arnold, Connell Madison (cousin bestfriend), one aunt Joyce
Allen from Crystal City, two grandchildren Jasmin M. Jones,
Kimberly Y. Jones , God Mother Katie Brown, Godsister
Gladys Jackson, Goddaughter Norie Nurse, step mother
Winnie Manous and a host of relatives, friends and children
from Teen Awareness plus Missy (Toy Poodle).
Order Of Service
Processional Clergy and Family
Selection Shiloh Choir
Old Testament Rev. Madison Mitchell
Boyd Chapel A.M.E. Church
New Testament Rev. Spence Miller
Calvary Baptist Church
Prayer Re v. Leonard Wilson
Solo Norman Smith
Greater Tree Mount Temple
Tribute James Howard
Resolutions Shiloh Baptist Church
Remarks 2 Minutes Limit Please
Remarks Rev. B. Callis
Calvary Baptist Church
Tribute Song Rev. K. W. Mclntyre
Greater Good News Baptist Church
Sermon Rev. A. Wilson
Our Loved One Has Gone
Oh Lord, we will miss our loved one so much. Her
death has left a huge gap in our lives. Will it ever be
filled? In all this we thank you for all you have done
for us. We thank you for friends and family who
showed their care. Grant us energy to reach out to
them in return, and accept and give love. Perhaps it'
will help fill some of the emptiness.
Comfort and help us find our way through all of this.
Let us recall and cherish the good times, to let go of the
bad memories. How can we bear the loss. Cordia
was so full of life and beauty, like the rose, and the
meaning of her name as a rose will fade away from
winter's chills. So has our Cordia faded away. We
will remember her and see her in Heaven.
Think of stepping on shore and finding it Heaven!
Think of holding a hand and finding it God's; of
breathing new air, and finding it's celestial air; of
feeling invigorated, andfinding immortality; of passing
from storm and tempest to an unbroken calm; and of
'waking up and find it's home!
We love you dearly and will miss you so much.
Sons, Paul and Ricky, Sisters Judy, Connell,
Shermain, Norie God Daughter, and family, God
Mother Katie Brown, Kim and Jasmine.
May God Bless You.
I Love You
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