October 5, 1968 ~ January 12, 2023
Born in: Los Angeles, California
Resided in: Las Vegas, Nevada
Sarah Ann Moore was born to the union of Willie Moore and Ola May Moore in Los Angeles, California where she attended George Washington Prep High School. At A tender age she enjoyed cheerleading while she was in Junior High school but she then began playing basketball when she entered High school. After high school she became a Security Guard employed by Wells Fargo Security Company.
She met and fell in love and married Narciso Arias King Sr. To this union was born Jasmine, Narciso Jr. , Alexander, Alisha, Daniel and Danielle, Gabriel and Joshua.
Later in life she decided to move to Las Vegas, Nevada where she continued to raise her beautiful children. She also met and married her husband William Powell. She was respected and loved by all who came to know her. She had a hand in mentoring, encouraging, loving and raising and taking in so many of her children’s friends, some who never left and became a permanent part of her family, Licole (Kholie) Marks whom Sarah loved and cherished as her own. And many many more followed.
Saran loved the Lord with all her heart and became an ordained minister of God.
Sarah was preceded in death by her father Willie Moore, her mother Ola May Moore and her husband Narciso Arias King Sr.
She leaves to cherish her memories – her husband William Powell (Bill), her children Jasmine, Narciso Jr (Nicole Miner), Alexander (Melissa), Alisha (Coby), Daniel and Danielle, Gabriel (Kristina) Joshua and Licole. Ten grandchildren: Amilliana, Justice’Ann, Teryl, Rayana’Lyn, Narciso III, Nehemiah’Zyaire, King, Naryus, Sarene, Zion. Her Sisters LaShawn Bethea (Alonzo) and May Moore, Her nieces and nephews DeAndre Green, Andrew Green, Alexis Howard (Stephen) Sharelle Moore, Yarnea McZeal, Yarnell McZeal and Blessing Moore. A host of great nieces and nephews and aunts, uncles, cousins and a never ending list of friends and loved ones.
Service: February 18, 2023 9:00 am
Lighthouse Memorials & Receptions - White & Day Center
901 Torrance Blvd.
Redondo Beach, CA 90277
Graveside Service: February 18, 2023 1:45 pm
Riverside National Cemetery
22495 Van Buren
Riverside, CA 92508
To the Family, we continue to lift you up during this most difficult time. Your Mom was a beautiful lady and will be surely missed! Hold close to the memories with her, thus they can never be taken away. May peace be your portion as you take comfort in knowing that HE is always with you all