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Ada Mae (Moore) Cartwright
April 28, 1958 ~ June 13, 2023 (age 65) 65 Years Old
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Ada Mae Moore Cartwright, the beautiful daughter of the late Elbert Sr. and Lona (Lewis) Moore was born on April 28, 1958. Ada lived all of her in Giddings, where she attended and graduated from Giddings High School.
As a believer in Christ, she was a member of Globe Hill Baptist Church, under the leadership of Pastor Johnnie Green.
Ada later met her husband Vernon Cartwright and they were married on July 22, 2011. There were no births to this union; however Vernon cherished Ada's three children, Traci, Chastity and Corey as his own.
Ada spent the majority of her career at Giddings State School. She served many years of challenging service where she officially retired. She lived a complete life which included her job duty and a passion for helping and nurturing other people.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Vernon Cartwright, her parents, Elbert Sr. and Lona Moore.
She leaves to cherish her memories of love: her children, Traci Dennis (Michael) of Houston, Texas, Chastity Gaertner (Marcus) of Giddings, Texas and Corey Moore of Giddings, Texas; five siblings, Laura Kelly (Eugene), Elbert Moore (Vannessa), Eloise "Kay" Franklin, James Moore (Janice) and Michael Moore (Lori); nine adoring grandchildren, Joshua, Braikel, Jared, Jada, J'Koda, Landan, C'yanni, Adinn and Major; her nephews whom she had a special hand in helping raise, Michael Price and Malik Moore; one beautiful great grandchild, Emberlee. Ada also leaves to cherish her memory many nieces, nephews, aunties, one uncle and a host of cousins, friends and special friends, Ted Eans, Thelma Davis and Rebecca Flippo.