Angela Elizabeth Moore


Angela Elizabeth Moore, 39, was born June 28, 1975 in St. Louis, MO and left to be with her Lord on February 4, 2015 in Houston, TX.

Mrs. Moore was a member of Crosspoint Church; she has taught elementary school for 15 years and was currently a second grade teacher at Heritage Christian Academy.

She is preceded in death by her grandparents, Edward and Virginia Foster.

Mrs. Moore leaves to cherish her memories: husband of 12 years, Brian Michael Moore; son, Karsten Edward Moore; parents, Keith and Kathleen Rule; brother, Travis Rule; grandparents, E.L. and Ruth Rule; father-in-law, Joseph Edward Moore IV; brother-in-law, Christopher Patrick Moore; sister-in-law, Shanda Lawley Moore; and nephew, Braedon Christopher Moore.

There will be a visitation on Sunday, February 8, 2015 from 3:00 pm to 7:00 pm at Crowder Funeral Home. A Celebration of Life service will be held Monday, February 9, 2015 at 11:00 am at Crosspoint Church , 1134 Old Alvin Rd, Pearland, TX 77581 with Pastor Mike Myers officiating, with the interment to follow at South Park Cemetery. Pallbearers: Travis Rule, Christopher Moore, Patrick Pyle, John James, Matthew Halpert, Victor Garcia, Thomas Smith, and Andrew Klecka.

In lieu of flowers please make memorial contributions to: The Angela Moore Memorial Scholarship Fund at Heritage Christian Academy, World Vision, or the Children’s Organ Transplant Association.


  1. Scott and I are so sorry about the loss of such a lovely young lady. WE did not know her well but knew her as a fine Christian women who loved the Lord and loved her family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this time. With love, D’Lisa and Scott McIntosh

    D'Lisa McIntosh
  2. Keith, Kathie and all of the Rules,

    So sorry for your loss of sweet Angela. Our prayers are with you.

    Mike & Lee Schiff

    Mike & Lee Schiff
  3. I am so very sorry to hear of the Angela’s passing. I went to GC with her and remember her (and her “sisters”; Christie, Becky, Dawn) very well. Where there was one…there was often three others. Always a smile on her face. I pray for her friends and family and most specifically her son- may her spirit live on in him.

    Traci Pekovitch
  4. Brian and Karsten – I met Angela in 3rd grade at Holy Cross School in Collinsville, IL and celebrated with you when you were married; I am shocked and saddened to hear about her passing. As you both know, she was an amazing person who loved Jesus and never felt sorry for herself. To say there was anything wrong with her heart is simply false; she was one of the most loving and caring people to ever walk this Earth. We are praying for you all in Chicago and heartbroken to think of a world without Angela. Praise God from whom all blessings flow, especially the blessing of Angela.

    Joel and Julie Friend
  5. God Bless and Keep You Always.

    Dana Haeffner Koch
  6. Kathy and Keith, we are so sorry for your loss. She sounds like a loving woman of God. Gabby and Joan

    Michael Gabrielli
  7. Dear Kathy and Keith, You and all of Angela’s family are in our prayers as you grieve the loss of your beautiful daughter. May God grant you peace as you celebrate Angela’s life and recognize all of the lives that she impacted in such a positive way. With sympathy, Doug and Marilyn Huber

    Marilyn Huber
  8. From Bobby and Kimberley Smalt –

    Kim and I send all of our love to you! We are praying for all of you and know that our Living God has all of us in the palm of His hand!

    Love always,
    Bobby and Kimberley Smalt

    Bobby Smalt
  9. I was shocked and saddened to hear about Angela’s death. I’ve known Angela and her family since she and our son Joel attended 3rd grade together at Holy Cross. Through the years, I have seen her persevere and miraculously recover from so many serious medical crises. I feel privileged to have known her and am grateful that Joel and I were able to be with her on the day she married Brian.

    Arny and I send our deepest sympathies to Brian, Karsten, Kathy, Keith and Travis. We pray that God will give you strength to deal with your loss.

    Bev Friend
  10. Brian, I’m so very sorry to hear of your loss. You and your son will be in my thoughts and prayers.

    Sona Garcia
  11. It is painful to watch a loved one suffer and die. We naturally grieve such a loss. It is comforting to know, however, that our Creator, Jehovah God, understands our grief. More than that, he longs to use his almighty power to restore life to the dead. Notice the hope conveyed in the words of Job, recorded at Job 14:15: “You will call, and I myself shall answer you. For the work of your hands you will have a yearning.”

    Senthea Gardner
  12. Kathy, Keith, Travis, Brian, Karsten…… I struggle to find words to express my sadness. I’d met Angela several times, followed her blog, and was in touch with her here & there. Knowing her was such a blessing. She had a tremendous impact on my life. God be with all of you & grant you comfort.

    Carol Hamann
  13. Dear Moore and Rule families,

    Angela was an amazing individual who affected many individual lives. She was an inspiration. I know she will be missed by all who met her and whose lives she touched. One blessing to remember, she left this world knowing she was loved and cherished. That is powerful. That is how she was able to accomplish so much out of her life by all of your love and support. That was how she became the woman each of you knew her to be. Hopefully, by filling your hearts and minds with memories of all the good times and struggles she shared with each of you, you will gain more and more comfort during this painful time of her passing.

    Please accept my deepest sympathies, heartfelt prayers and warm thoughts. I feel very privilege to have known her if only briefly and the wonderful people who stood beside her in her life’s journey.

    Sheryl Lambert
  14. Dear Brian, Kathy and Keith,

    I just learned of Angela’s passing. I am sorry for your loss and hope your memories comfort you in times of sadness. Brian I am so very happy that Angela had you in her life and that you became parents together.
    Angela was such a pistol in her younger years when I knew her best. She was stubborn and strong willed and kind and loving, all rolled into a small bundle.
    Know that I am praying for you all.
    Paula Murphy

    Paula Murphy

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