Moreau, Carol Ann Graham

Monday, October 22, 2018
Carol Moreau
Carol Moreau

Carol Ann Graham Moreau, 74, went to be with her Lord and Savior on Wednesday, October 17, 2018, succumbing to a severe medical emergency suffered the previous Sunday.

She had lived for many years in Warner Robins, Ga., where she was laid to rest on Saturday, October 20, 2018.

Ms. Moreau was born on May 30, 1944, in Portland, Maine, to the late Harley and Mary Graham, who later moved to Chattanooga. She grew up in East Chattanooga and graduated from Central High School. She was a member of Green Acres Baptist Church in Warner-Robins for many years. Carol loved to cook for her family and friends. Her favorite pastime was being outdoors doing what she did best, gardening. She loved spending time with her family, especially her only grandchild, Micaela who she loved and adored. She was a beloved mother, grandmother, sister and aunt who will be greatly missed.

Her loving memory will forever be cherished by her son, Joe Moreau Jr. (Sharon), Byron, Ga.; granddaughter, Micaela Moreau, Byron, Ga.; aunt, Ruby Goss, Fredricksburg, Tx.; brother, Robert Graham (Martha), Marietta, Ga.; sisters, Sandy Cathell (Steve), Chattanooga; Sue Cain, Ringgold; Judy Plemons (Joe), Fort Walton Beach, Fl.; Marie Talley (Gene), East Ridge; Debbie Sneed (Robert), Cleveland; Sherry Graham, Chattanooga, former husband, Joe Moreau, Sr., Centerville, Ga.; numerous nieces and nephews and great-nieces and nephews.


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