Agnes Orean (Stinnett) Moxley

Agnes Orean (Stinnett) Moxley, age 78 of Fordland, Missouri, passed away Sunday, April 7, 2019, in her home following a short illness.

Agnes was born on May 17, 1940, as one of eight children born to Granville Stinnett and Mary Opal (Criger) Stinnett in Webster County, Missouri.  She was of the Baptist faith.

As a young woman she worked for Producers in Springfield. On July 4, 1957, she was united in marriage to Voyne Elwin Moxley, and to this union two children were born.  She had been employed when her children were young with McBee Binders and later went back to work for Positronic  as a Punch Press Operator/Specialist, retiring in 2006 after 25 years of service.

Agnes enjoyed being a homemaker and raising her two children. Taking care of horses and riding was something she really enjoyed as well. Gardening of vegetables and having pet dogs increased her happiness in her retirement.

She was preceded in death by her parents; three siblings: an infant brother Russell; an infant sister Lois Ivonne; sister Gail Yarger and brother Van Stinnett; and three brothers-in-law, Jim Carpenter, Lindel McDaniel and Benny Yarger.

Surviving Agnes is her husband of 61 years, Voyne, of the home; a daughter and son-in-law, Brenda and Don Archer of Fordland; a son, Terry Moxley of Rogersville; two sisters, Linda Carpenter of Seymour and Donna and Kenny Bilyeu of Chestnut Ridge; a brother, Mike and Susie Stinnett of Cape Fair; as well as a host of nieces, nephews and many friends and neighbors.

Arrangements are being handled by Holman-Howe Funeral Home, Seymour.

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