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Beloved wife and mother, Dianna Marceil Stewart-Moore, 56, went to be with her Lord and Savior on Sunday, Oct. 19, 2014.
Service: 10 a.m. Friday at South Oaks Baptist Church, 5925 U.S. Hwy. 287, Arlington, with Dr. Dan Curry and Pastor Bruce Edwards officiating. {{more}}Burial will follow in Emerald Hills Memorial Park, 500 Kennedale Sublett Road, Kennedale, under the direction of Wade Family Funeral Home.
Visitation: for family and friends from 5 to 8 p.m. Thursday at Wade Family Funeral Home, 4140 West Pioneer Parkway, Arlington.

Pallbearers are Chris Baldwin, Nathan Dierke, Samuel Dierke,

Rafael Garza, Ian Haemker, Lenny Loughner, Lucas Loughner, and Hunter


Marceil Moore was born Dianna Marceil Stewart in Abilene, Texas

on May 3, 1958 to A.J. & Ella Stewart. She moved with her family to

Arlington, Texas in 1966. She married Gary Dean Moore on April 14, 1984 at

South Oaks Baptist Church where they met.

Marceil was very active at her church

where she has been a member since 1982. There were many things in life Marceil

loved. She loved adventures where she would drive and travel new roads never

before taken, find little shops hidden in obscure places, collecting pictures

of houses to design her dream home, and always having fun and enjoying life

with friends and family. However, the two things she loved the most besides her

son, were infants and children.

Early in her adult life, she took classes to

become a clown. She would spread fun and laughter as ?Popcorn the clown? at

many of her friend’s children’s birthday parties where she would do tricks and

even juggle. She later began working in the nursery at the church where she

loved being with the infants.

One of the last moments in her life before she

passed away was the joy she experienced holding her great-nephew in her arms.

You should have seen her eyes light up and her arms out stretched as she

reached for the baby to hold. She was also a den mother for Cub Scout Pack 118

and Boy Scout Troop 1800, for 10 years until her son, Taylor Stewart Moore,

became an Eagle Scout in 2012. She began working for the family business,

Stewart Engineering Supply, Inc. in 1981 as their accountant.

Marceil Moore is survived by her husband, Gary Moore, her

son, Taylor Moore, both of Rendon, Texas; her parents, A.J. and Ella Stewart of

Arlington, Texas; two brothers, A.J. Stewart, Jr. of Glen Rose, Texas, and Jeff

Stewart (Terry) of Mansfield, Texas, his child and her family; mother-in-law,

Dorothy Moore of Burleson, TX; brother-in-law, Mike & Susan Moore of

Garland, TX, their 6 children and their families; sister-in-law, Elaine Hayden

(Matt) of Crowley, TX and their two children. Other survivors include many

other family members and extended family members who all loved her deeply.

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