Sally Lee (Hileman) Moody, 90, passed absent on Monday, May perhaps 17, 2021, in her Applewold home.
She was born Nov. 2, 1930 in Ford Metropolis, Pa., to Harold Rosenberry Hileman and Margaret Elizabeth (Shriver) Hileman.
She was elevated in Dogtown, was a proud Duck Cheerleader, and was topped Pass up Armstrong County.
She graduated from Ford City Substantial School in 1947 and then attended nursing school for a quick time.
She remaining nursing school because she was lovesick.
She and her higher faculty sweetheart, Bob Moody, eloped to Winchester, Va., in which they were being, most fittingly, married by Rev. Clark, a Baptist minister.
That marriage lasted 61 years right until the time of his demise.
Bob and Sally had 5 daughters: Sally, Robin, Dana, Melissa and Michelene. They later adopted and elevated a grandson, Christopher.
Sally was a devout Christian and a member of the Initially Baptist Church in Kittanning.
She cherished God, understood her bible from front to again, and served her church spouse and children by teaching Sunday University for far more than 60 decades.
Sally led many committees and sent many cards to church members.
She valued group support and served as president of the Applewold Borough Council, president of the Armstrong County Community Action Board, and as a committeewoman of the Armstrong County Democratic Get together.
Sally was a member of the Daughters of the American Revolution, Fort Hand Chapter.
Sally was very involved in her children’s’ lives as a Brownie, Lady Scout, and PTA chief.
Being an superb seamstress, she made her daughters’ clothing, promenade gowns, majorette and drill staff uniforms.
She experienced entertaining earning the Halloween costumes for the grandchildren.
Sally did different careers throughout her daily life.
She worked at the ASD Curriculum Center, Lawrence’s Jewellery Store, and Shopper’s Mart in her later on decades, she volunteered at St.
Vincent de Paul.
Bob and Sally, both only young children, thought it was crucial to make a massive, loving spouse and children who would be there to assistance each and every other throughout their lives.
The household incorporates their five daughters: Sally (Ed) Walbert of Ford Metropolis, Robin (Edd) Lemmon of Applewold, Dana (Danny) Shaffer of Kittanning, Dr. Melissa (Rodney) Denardo of Aiken, SC, Michelene (Sean) Stein of Ford Metropolis, and their adopted grandson, Christopher of Applewold. Sally was blessed with 12 grandchildren, including: Lacy Walbert, Andy Walbert, Erica (Jeff) Bowser, Brettlyn (Catalin) Toma, Todd (Tara) Lemmon, Cammie (Brian) Moncak, Robin Shaffer, Lisa Shaffer, Rodney (Nicole) Denardo, Tony (Margaret) Denardo, Tucker (Mel) Barrett, and Jessie Claypoole and 23 fantastic grandchildren and 2 great-good grandchildren.
She was preceded in loss of life by her spouse, Robert J. Moody, who died on Could 14, 2010 her dad and mom, Howard R. (Hick) and Margaret (Betty) Hileman and her grandparents: Nelle Carr and Howard Hileman, and Maude Newell and Lafayette Shriver and Trent Barrett, terrific grandson.
Her entire body, by her request, was donated to Humanity Presents Registry Health-related and Dental Educational facilities for teaching needs.
Pals are invited to a Memorial Assistance honoring Sally’s everyday living that will be held at 2 p.m. the Initially Baptist Church of Kittanning on Sunday, May well 23, with the Rev. Mark Brady, church pastor, officiating.
Donations may perhaps be created to the Initially Baptist Church of Kittanning or Kittanning Public Library.
Funeral arrangements have been entrusted to the Snyder Crissman Funeral Dwelling, 200 S. McKean St., Kittanning.
For far more info or to express condolences to the household, you should stop by: snydercrissman.com
Released in Leader Situations from Might 20 to May well 21, 2021.