Ora Lee Faircloth Moore, 90, returned to her heavenly home on June 24, 2018 after a brief illness. Her devotion to family and God supported her throughout her life and ultimately gave her peace.\n\nLee was born to the late John Henry and Ella Mae Faircloth in Sampson County on March 22, 1928. Born into a large family, she was raised in a farming community. She graduated from Clement High School and moved to Fayetteville where she worked as a switchboard operator for the telephone company. Lee had many fond memories of living in a rooming house on Maiden Lane before marrying Elwood D. Moore, Sr. in 1948. Together they made a wonderful life in Fayetteville.\n\nLee had a warm and generous spirit that was evident in everything she did. She worked at and retired from Sears Roebuck and worked for several years side-by-side with her husband "Ebb" in their jewelry store on Hay St. Lee also worked in various roles for the Cumberland County Board of Elections for 50 years. Her work ethic was amazing and she forged many lasting friendships through every job she held.\n\nLee was a loyal member of Trinity Baptist Church for over 60 years. Her church family was so important to her and she made a lasting impact on so many lives as a teacher, choir member, goodwill ambassador, and cook. Well-known for her chicken and pastry, Mrs. Ora Lee ruled the kitchen at Trinity for many years. Her love for the Lord was demonstrated in every aspect of her life.\n\nLee was a loving mother and grandmother, not only to her children and grandchildren, but to their friends and extended family. She was active in every aspect of her children's lives from infancy through adulthood. She and her loving husband Elwood fed quite a few mouths from their garden and nothing was better to them than an afternoon with family and friends on the carport with fried chicken, potato salad, and homemade cobbler and ice cream for dessert. Those memories helped Lee show amazing courage through her husband's battle with cancer and the years after she lost him. They were happily married for 54 years.\n\nLee is survived by her son Elwood [Eddie] D. Moore, Jr. of Farmville; her daughter Leesa Moore Herman and husband John Herman of Rolesville; and her grandchildren Morgan Craigie, Alex Moore, Lauren Moore, and Lillie Herman. She was preceded in death by her husband Elwood Moore, her daughter-in-law Susan S. Moore, her parents, and 10 brothers and sisters.\n\nThe family would like to thank the staff at Whispering Pines Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, the members of Trinity Baptist Church, and special family and friends for their loving care in "Mama's" final years.\n\nA Celebration of Life will be held on Saturday, June 30, 2018 at 10:00 AM at Trinity Baptist Church in Fayetteville with Revs. John Pabon and Randy White officiating. Interment will follow in LaFayette Memorial Park. A visitation for family and friends will be held Friday, June 29, 2018 from 6:00 to 8:00 PM at Adcock Funeral Home in Spring Lake.\n\nThe family gratefully accepts flowers or memorials may be made to Trinity Baptist Church, 433 Southland Drive, Fayetteville, NC 28311.\n\nAcknowledgments of sympathy may be sent to the residence of her daughter, Leesa Moore Herman at 320 Middleham Drive, Rolesville, NC 27571.