Jean Moody
1932 - 2021
March 27, 2021
Jean Moody went to live in heaven on March 27, 2021, having lived a full, long life of love, adventure, laughter and service. Jean was born May 16, 1932 in Bodega, CA to Charles and Cecilia Macche.

Jean was raised in Bodega on the family ranch and remained there until she left to attend college at San Jose State University where she proudly earned her degree in elementary education. During her senior year of college, she fell in love with Charlie and they married in 1955. Jean joined Charlie in San Luis Obispo, CA when they married and the family eventually settled in Las Vegas, NV in 1962. Jean was an elementary school teacher in California and Nevada, but her most important and loved role was as an excellent wife, mother and grandmother.

Jean was known for her loving nature, sense of adventure and love for her family and friends. She loved Charlie, her family and countless friends beyond measure and created treasured memories with them. She also loved playing cards, road trips, visiting her extended family, entertaining and cooking, the family dogs and serving others. She was actively involved with her children, grandchildren, great grandchildren, brothers and sister through her last days. Jean will be loved eternally and her impact on her family and friends will not be forgotten.

Jean was preceded in death by her husband of 65 years, Charlie. She is survived by her son, Bill (Barbara), daughter, Saundra (Gary), grandchildren (Greg, Robyn, Brady, Shaina and Jeff), 5 great-grandchildren, brothers (Julius and Richard) and sister (Rosalie).

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Published by Las Vegas Review-Journal on Mar. 31, 2021.
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I am so sorry for your loss, I loved Jean like a grandma. I was a care giver at Acacia and loved visiting with her and helped her with anything she needed. I was working late one night and sat in her room for hours watching New Year´s Eve on the news. We were sitting on the couch laughing at all the performers because we didn´t know who they were. I would sit with her as much as I could, she would tell me all about her life growing up on the farm and being a teacher. I made sure I sat with her when she got her COVID vaccine to make she she was ok. Every time I was at work I made sure she was taken care of. She always told me she was so happy to see me and to sit with me just to talk. The day I left I gave her a hug and hold her that I loved her and she told me that she won´t be here much longer and I told her not to say that because her life on earth wasn´t over and that she´s loved by many and I gave her a kiss on the forehead and told her that I loved her and I will be her. She will be missed forever.
Jessica Karnincic
March 31, 2021