Obituary – Katrina R Moore

Katrina R Moore

October 12, 1985 – July 18, 2020
Age: 34
Residence: Branson, MO
Formerly of: Santa Ana, CA

Katrina R Moore, born on Saturday October 12, 1985, to Scott Moore and Peggy Sue Griffith of Santa Ana, California, and passed on Saturday, July 18, 2020 in Branson, Missouri, while living at home with her mother. She is survived by her father, Scott Moore and stepmother Randa Moore of Nixa, Missouri; mother, Peggy Griffith and stepfather, Phil Witham; brother, Brandon Scott Moore and Sarah Grant of Springfield, Missouri; brother, Bryan Moore of Nixa, Missouri; maternal grandparents: Mary Mabry and stepgrandpa, Neil Mabry; paternal grandparent, Judy Zobel of Forsyth, Missouri; many aunts, uncles, cousins; and her best friend, Jessica Cobb of Vinita, Oklahoma. She is preceded in death by her maternal grandfather, Robert L Griffith; paternal grandparents, Lindell and Linda Moore; paternal uncle, Kevin L Moore and aunt Beth Moore; paternal great-grandparents, Norman and Lavada Cardwell; and paternal great-grandparents, Albert and Martha Moore.

Katrina was an extraordinary woman with many strengths, a heart of gold, helping anyone she could in life. She knew her Jesus and recently let her mother know she had accepted him as her savior. She enjoyed anything Disney, so we had many quotes we used in life relating to all Disney movies. She worked for Toys-R-Us for thirteen plus years, and she enjoyed spoiling any of the littles that she knew in her life. She came from a long life of music loving family members and loved many genres. She had a large collection of music and attended numerous concerts throughout her young life. When she was little, she enjoyed Elton John’s song “Tiny Dancer” and she became our Tiny Dancer in life. She loved her pups and they gave her so much joy in life, she was a spoiler of her pets, Itchee, Charlee, PoPp, Dottie Ann, Sadie, and finally, her last pup, Marceline who now resides with her baby brother Brandon Moore and Sarah Grant. They had overflowing baskets of toys, Scooby snacks, and dressed them for success.

Services will be a private ceremony with her immediate and close family member and friends. In lieu of flowers, please donate to the charitable fund Arrangements and cremation are under the direction of Cremations of the Ozarks. To leave an online condolence, please visit


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