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Elizabeth Eastwood Moore

October 10, 1929 — May 19, 2022

Elizabeth Eastwood Moore, 92 of Statesville, died Thursday, May 19, 2022, at her home.

She was born in Lowell, Massachusetts on October 10, 1929, to the late Frank Eastwood and Elizabeth Hannah Wilde Eastwood. She was also preceded in death by twin brothers, Frank Eastwood and Joe Eastwood.

Elizabeth spent several years of her childhood living in England, her parents' homeland. After coming back to the US, she became a world class baker and cake decorator. She enjoyed many years owning and operating a bakery and also many years teaching cake decorating in community colleges. One of her favorite memories was baking a cake for the Queen of England when she was in the United States for a visit. Elizabeth also loved to talk about baking a cake and having it shipped to Hawaii for a special occasion there. Another of Elizabeth's loves was her church family at Christ Cathedral where she became a member in August 1996. Until her health no longer allowed, she was faithful and never missed services, even stopping on her way home from knee replacement surgery for a service. She enjoyed flowers, the outdoors, traveling and teaching; especially teaching adults to read. She was a wonderful mother and loved her children.

Those left to cherish her memory include two daughters, Sandra Foy, Suzan Benoit Iacovone, Richard Moore, David Moore, seven grandchildren, Daniel, Jeri Lynn, Jennifer, Joshua, Richard, Rachel, Jaden, eleven great-grandchildren and 2 great-great-grandchildren.

At Elizabeth's request, there will be no formal services.

Nicholson Funeral Home is serving the Moore family.

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