E. Jeanne Moffatt

September 4, 2013 

E. JEANNE MOFFATT

E. Jeanne Moffatt, 85, of Lee’s Summit, passed away Aug. 30, 2013.

Jeanne was born to the late Claude and Clara Sacks on July 16, 1928 in Kansas City, Kan. She graduated from Wyandotte High School in 1946 and from Emporia State Teachers College in 1950 with a Bachelors of Education Degree. She received her Masters of Education from Northwest Missouri State University in 1976. She married Robert L. Moffatt on Aug. 12, 1950.

In addition to being a devoted wife and mother, Jeanne was a Kindergarten teacher for many years and a Master Teacher in the North Kansas City School District. Jeanne and Robert served as lay leaders and ministers in many churches in Kansas and Missouri.

Jeanne and Robert, members of the World Revival Church in Kansas City, were ordained ministers through World Revival Network. They spent their retirement years as missionaries to Thailand and Burma as the Overseas Representatives and Coordinators. Their international ministry took them to England, Australia, Guatemala, Mexico, Singapore and Malaysia. They saw miracles of healing and transformed lives everywhere they went.

Jeanne, loving wife of Robert L. Moffatt, is survived by her husband, daughters; Kathy and husband Steve Gray, Karen and husband Van DeHaven and son James and wife Carol. She is also survived by four grandchildren; Bobbie and husband J.D.King, Susanna Jeanne DeHaven, William Moffatt and Anna and husband Joseph Drexelius and three great-grandchildren; Allyson King, Matthew King, and soon to arrive Siegfried Moffatt Drexelius. Her brother, John R. Sacks of Mason, Ohio, and her sister, Joan Varner of Olathe, Kan., survive her.

Jeanne leaves a heritage of devout and strong faith in God. Her courageous stand for the Kingdom of God has impacted thousands around the world.

The visitation will begin at 12 p.m. on Sept. 4, followed by her memorial service at 1 p.m. at Longview Funeral Home and Cemetery.

(Arrangements: Newcomer’s Logview Funeral Home, 12700 S. Raytown Rd, Kansas City, MO, 64138, 816-761-6272.)

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