Jackie Lynn Moore

Jackie Lynn Moore, 71, of Santa Fe, passed away October 26, 2022 in Galveston. Jackie was born September 21, 1951 and was the daughter to Holly and Gerald Price and step-father Johnny Shivers.  She will be remembered as a loving wife, mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, and a friend to many.

Jackie married her high school sweetheart, Jerry, in Dickinson on August 15, 1970, where they began their life together and recently celebrated their 52nd wedding anniversary.   She loved her family and friends dearly.  In fact, she was often referred to as a second mom to many of her daughter’s friends who loved talking with her and confiding in her.  Anyone who knew Jackie knew how much she also loved animals.  Her husband used to kid that when he died, he wanted to come back as one of her pets.  She loved to play games with her family and watching the Astros and Houston Texans.  Jackie was a loving, kind, thoughtful and unselfish woman who will be deeply missed.

Jackie was preceded in death by her parents, daughters Amie Moore and Jolie Moore, and sister Carol Mills.

She leaves behind to cherish her memory her loving husband Jerry Lynn Moore; daughters Nikki Henderson and husband Clint, Jodie Jones and husband Carl, and Randi Moore; sister Jonelle Kasowski and husband Jeff; grandchildren Carlie Jones, Colby Jones, Abby Henderson, Collin Jones, Parker Henderson, Riane Jones, Justin Jackson, Kiley Roberts, with Austin Lynn expected soon; great grandchildren Zayden Greenup, Gunner Greenup and Sutton Jackson and numerous family and friends.

A celebration of her life will be held Saturday, November 12, 2022, at 10:30 am at Crowder Funeral Home in Dickinson led by her brother-in-law, Reverend Lonnie Sewell.  Her family invites everyone to attend a lunch reception which will follow directly after the service.



  1. Aunt Jackie was friends with my mother in high school before they each married into the Moore family. I wish I would have known her better and have gotten to spend more time with her. I will miss her kind spirit!
    Rest peacefully and with a full heart Aunt Jackie

    Krista Moore
  2. I love you so much moma J. You will always be on my mind and in my heart..give my little sister’s/ cousin’s a big hug for me..till we see you again..

    Shawn Brock (shoney)
  3. We lost such a sweet, generous loving person. We connected from Facebook opening the door to Dickinson graduates finding each other. She shared her vulnerabilities and concernsal9ng with recipes and fun times in an open extension of genuine friendship. She was so real that her rare true heat was open for us all to love. She had such sweet memories of days gone by, too. My deepest condolences to her family and friends who may never know how many people she touched.

    Marianne ( Donovan( Hastings
  4. I met Jackie through my working relationship with her husband Jerry. We became friends and I was blessed by her kindness and generous nature when she offered to loan me some of her daughter’s beautiful clothes for my first granddaughter. Thanks to Jackie, my granddaughter Jennifer (now 38years old) was a very well-dressed little girl. My sincere condolences to Jerry, Nikki, Jodie, Randi, and all those who loved Jackie and will miss her so very much.

    Janie Hester
  5. I love you Aunt Jackie. You always made everyone smile. Rest easy


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