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Imogene B. Jacobs

Graveside service for Imogene B. Jacobs, age 98, will be held at 10:00 A.M on Saturday, August 28, 2021 at Yantis Cemetery with Michael Moore officiating. Visitation will be held graveside a half hour before the service. Serving as pallbearers will be Michael Gregg Morris, Jeffrey Moore, Kaleb Melton, Taylor Dasch, Mason Moseley and Garrett Landers, with David Moore and Bill Dasch serving as honorary pallbearers. Mrs. Jacobs passed away on Thursday, August 26, 2021 at her home.

Imogene was born on June 11, 1923 in Yantis, to N.W. and Vetra (Johnson) Brown. She married Loyd Henry Jacobs on Feb 1, 1941 in Dallas, Texas. Imogene worked for Hopkins County in different capacities for 42 years. She had the distinction of being the first deputized female in Hopkins County. She received a letter of commendation from the then Governor of Texas, John Connally for this. She was on the board of the NET Council of Governments, Community Chest and numerous other service organizations for many years. She spent a life time of service to her family and her community and her church. She was a member of the First Christian Church. She was known to all simply as “Mimi”. She loved her family, friends, and community with a passion. She also loved to cook and jumped at the opportunity to cook a meal for anyone at a minute’s last notice. She never knew what a lite or small meal was. She was famous for her holiday feasts. She would start planning and cooking in September for Thanksgiving. Christmas and Easter were equally prepared for. She loved fishing, reading and playing 42. She was wonderful piano player. One of the favorite family treats was to talk her into playing the piano. When her grandson Michael Moore started his ministry, she went with him to his two small churches every Sunday and played the piano. She was 90 at the time. She had great fun in telling that she was a “circuit rider”.

She is survived by her children, Deanna Kay Landers, of Sulphur Springs, TX, Charlotte Johnson and husband, David of Whitehouse, TX, Sheila Moore and husband, David of Yantis, TX; grandchildren, Jon Wayne Landers and wife, Amy of Sulphur Springs, TX, Kristy Moseley of Sulphur Springs, TX, Michael Gregg Morris and Valerie Bennett of Yantis, TX, Sheila Kay Dasch and husband, Bill of Mansfield, TX, Olivia Johnson, of Whitehouse, TX, Donna Benotti and husband, Stephen of Houston, TX, Michael Moore and wife, Kimberly of Yantis, TX, Jeffrey Moore of Yantis, TX, Linda Moore Henderson and husband, Dale of San Antonio, Joe Moore of Houston, TX; great grandchildren, Ashley Morris Melton and husband, Kaleb of Sulphur Springs, TX, Levi Benotti of Houston, TX, Taylor Dasch of Temple, TX, Jacob Johnson of Whitehouse, TX, Kennady Moseley of Austin, TX, Mason Moseley, Sulphur Springs, TX, Garrett Landers, Sulphur Springs, TX, Morgan Landers, Sulphur Springs, TX, Haley Moore Thompson and husband, Logan of Clovis, NM, Keely Moore of Yantis, TX, Kacey Moore of Yantis, TX, Ella Moore of Yantis, TX, Katelyn Henderson of San Antonio, TX, Gareth Henderson, San Antonio, TX, Gavin Henderson of San Antonio, TX; great grandchildren, Emily Melton, Eli Melton, Dean Thompson, Ronan Thompson.

Imogene was preceded in death by her parents; husband; grandson, Jay Landers; great grandson, Tristen Dasch.

Imogene B. Jacobs

Author: Chad Young

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