Minister Elizabeth Glenn Floyd Moffett “Sis”, age 80, of Fairbanks, PA was called home to be with her Lord on Thursday, May 20, 2021 in the UPMC Presbyterian Hospital in Pittsburgh, PA with her loving family by her side. She was born on July 17, 1940, the daughter of the late Charles and Carrie Belle Floyd in Fairbanks, PA.
Minister Moffett was an ordained minister and filled in for many local churches in need of a Pastor. She loved the Lord above all and was forever doing His work. She was always sharing her love of the Lord with whomever she met and her most known greetings to all were “Praise the Lord and God’s blessings to you”.
She attended the BYU Marriott School of the Arts. She was blessed with the gift of music. Minister Moffett was a savant, a musical genius, who shared her music with her community and others. She taught others how to play the organ and piano. She blessed grieving families with beautiful accompaniments at the Lantz Funeral Home; played her instrument for numerous church choirs, and played for church and social events, including those at the YWBA.
Along with her musical talent and testimonies, Minister Moffett was also known for her glittered hats and was never seen without one.
In addition to her parents, Minister Moffett was preceded in death by her daughter, Erthia Willis; 5 brothers: Charles, Jr., Leroy, John, Donald, and Christopher Floyd.
She leaves to cherish her memory, her brother Gilbert, Sr. of Miromar Lakes, FL, sister-in-law, Surrita Floyd Jones of Uniontown, PA, and a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives, and friends who loved her dearly.
Friends will be received at the Mt. Lebanon Baptist Church, 423 Baltimore St., Brownsville, PA on Saturday, May 29th from 3:00 PM- 4:00 PM, the hour of service at 4:00 PM, with the Rev. Richard Calloway eulogizing. Interment will be at Salem View Cemetery in New Salem, PA.
The funeral service will be livestreamed at 4:00 PM.
Professional services are entrusted to the LANTZ Funeral Home, Inc., 297 E. Main St, Uniontown, PA. Condolences are floral tributes may be submitted thru www.lantzfh.com.
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