Darlene Peer-Moss, 61, was born on February 8, 1958. She graduated from Central High School in Helena, Arkansas. She was a graduate of the University of Pine Bluff with a B.S. in Finance. She accepted Christ at an early age and joined Bethel AME Church where she served in many capacities. She moved to Madison in 1979. She was previously married to Lloyd Moss for 17 years. From this union, two children were born, a son, Anthony DeShaun, and Katrina Lynette.
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She worked for the State of Wisconsin, Department of Children and Family Services for 30 years until her retirement in 2013. She worked part- time at the Eastside Wal-Mart for 18 years.
She was a member of Mt. Zion Baptist Church, and she attended as her health permitted.
Darlene enjoyed spending time with her family and her friends. She had a loving and caring spirit. She was member of the Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc. She loved watching Westerns and Game shows. She enjoyed eating out, playing cards, shopping and traveling. She was an Avon representative for years. She loved her jewelry and perfumes. She had a green thumb and planted a vegetable garden every year. She was proud of her flowers, and her yard was always beautiful. She spoke with her “Pooh Bear “Katrina almost every day. Katrina was truly the twinkle in her mother’s eyes.
She departed this life peacefully at home on March 21, 2019.
Her son, Anthony, and her parents, Turner Peer, Sr & Eula Peer, Brothers, Turner Peer Jr, John Peer and sisters Ernestine Benton and Carolyn Hammonds preceded her in death.
She leaves to cherish her loving memory: her daughter, Katrina, her sisters, Valeria Webb, Ocie Brown, VeEtta Simmons, Kathy Webb, her brother, Michael Webb and a host of niece’s, nephews, cousins and friends. Her brother & sister-in-law George and Sylvia Moss, who were always just a phone call away. Her devoted and trusted friend for over 30 years, Cecelia Timmons, her caregivers, and her Madison village will miss her dearly.