Yvette Murdough Moore

Yvette Murdough Moore

Yvette Murdough Moore

December 01, 1957~November 17, 2022
Yvette Murdough Moore age 64 was born in Keene, NH on Dec. 1 1957 to Theodore and Dorothy Murdough and passed away Nov. 17 2022 surrounded by loved ones.  She is preceded in death by her Father Theodore Murdough and her beloved husbands Joey and Ronnie.
She graduated from Keene High school in 1975 and received her Associate from North West Florida
She worked as a bartender and at Russell Sewing Factory for many years. When Russell’s closed they paid for college which allowed her to pursue an Associate degree in mechanical design. She later retired from Boeing Company.
Yvette had many circle of friends, never met a stranger and was loved by all! She was also a precious daughter, big sister, a wonderful momma,  crazy and fun aunt, and loving Nana not only to her sweet grandbabies but to all!
After husband Joey died from cancer she became a dedicated volunteer for the American Cancer Society, participating in both Relay for Life and Making Strides. She was also a very proud and active member of the American Legion Auxiliary, and served as an officer for many years.
While married to her husband Ronnie she enjoyed traveling and watching the New Orleans Saints ( Who dat!) she especially loved road trips and cruising with her daughter Melissa and granddaughter Lundyn.
Yvette is survived by her mother Dorothy Murdough, her children; Melissa Masterson (George), Woody Moore (Angi),Carmen Moore, and Kevin(Tricia), siblings; Frank Murdough, Annette Murdough, Theresa Murdough, 7 grandchildren, and 8 great grandchildren.
Visitation for friends and family will be from 4:00-5:00 with a service to follow at 5:00 at Brackney Funeral Home, Crestview Fl


Brackney Funeral Service


Brackney Funeral Service


Holly Clarno

November 19, 2022, 7:38 pm

Yvette was such a wonderful lady. My family was so blessed to have been apart of the circle! We love you Nana!

Janet Griffin

November 19, 2022, 8:48 pm

Yvette lived li. She enjoyed wearing her hair in unique and fun colors. Her nail polish was just as much fun! She loved her bold jewelry and dressed with a flair to match her style. She enjoyed sharing the details of her family and happily shared many memories and accomplishments. I was always in awe of her many talents including her phenomenal tailoring skills. I was blessed to have known and worked with her for a good bit of time. Yvette was a very talented engineer. She was a gentle spirit. My deepest sympathy to the entire family. Yvette loved the lord. I pray that this will bring you peace, knowing that she is in heaven. She will be missed by many.

Dyana Draper

November 19, 2022, 10:18 pm

Yvette was a fun cousin, I will remember her for all our family gatherings. Love you,

Andrea Pusateri

November 19, 2022, 10:23 pm

Yvette, I will miss you my friend. Always there for me when needed. Rest in peace my friend.

Sara Glenn

November 19, 2022, 10:34 pm

You will be missed and remembered as a beautiful woman, inside and out. Love you all.

Mary Montalvo

November 20, 2022, 4:14 am

I love you nana thank you for being the best nana to me and my kids you were the best I could ever ask for. Thank you for all the best memories I could’ve ever had a day in my life thank you for always being there . I’m gonna miss you always.


November 20, 2022, 7:54 am

Sorry for your loss. It was a pleasure to meet Yvette. Rest and peace never forgotten.

Shelly Miller

November 20, 2022, 1:41 pm

My deepest sympathies to her family.🙏🙏 we shared a love for a good cup of coffee and I always enjoyed her morning posts that were so humorous! She was a dedicated volunteer with Relay For Life and I have beautiful memories of walking many survivor laps with her. Her passion was strong and she made a difference. She was always game for any shenanigans I’d toss her way. RIP my purple passionate friend, you will be missed 💜💜

Joshua Murdough

November 20, 2022, 10:56 pm

Crazy Aunt Yvette, you were like a second mom to so many. I hate to think of all the lives that now have holes. You are surely missed, but here’s hoping you have peace.

Pam Pannasch

November 20, 2022, 11:22 pm

Yvette you were my voice of reason, my traveling companion to Auxiliary functions and classes and so much more. You will be missed. Fly high my friend. Love you.


November 20, 2022, 11:38 pm

I’m so glad I got to meet Yvette a couple years ago at a Birthday Party. Honestly, when I met her, I felt like I was talking to someone I already knew. She had a way about her — just real, down-to-earth, and genuine. My prayers go out for the family for comfort during this time. God in Heaven just received another sweet angel home.
(Friend of Annette and Terry)

Mary Masterson Montalvo

November 21, 2022, 3:58 am

I will cherish all of our memories nana. The kids and I miss you and will see you again one day. I love you 💕 so much and thank you for the last video chat we did it was the best of the best with is talking and you seeing the babies. Now your at peace ☮️ and I can accept that and I thank you for being the best nana I could’ve ever asked for. Love you.

Raymond Hinze

November 21, 2022, 1:59 pm

Sorry for your loss. I sat next to Yvette for years at Boeing. She was always an asset for any project and funny. Always a pleasure to work with and she was missed when she retired. May she rest in peace.

Aimee Snelgrove

November 21, 2022, 2:08 pm

Yvette was such a special friend… we will forever miss your dazzling smile and our Kentucky Derby days. Thank you for being a wonderful person to so many people. Love and miss you xx
AimeeJo and Chris

Dianna Rauschenbach-Scarff

November 21, 2022, 6:58 pm

A great loss of a very wonderful lady and hope you are dancing in Heaven.

Missy Harris

November 21, 2022, 11:24 pm

Growing up Yvette was like a mother figure being friends with my mom she was a beautiful soul my heart goes out to her family

Ralph and Sarah Ott

November 22, 2022, 10:15 am

We will miss our dear friend, she has been a constant in our lives for decades. Yvette was a gift to so many and she gave of herself to all she loved. I loved her as a sister, it has been a privilege to be her friend and I am honored to have called her my best friend. Love and condolences to her loving famiy. Ralph and Sara

Sara Ott

November 22, 2022, 10:17 am

We will miss our dear friend, she has been a constant in our lives for decades. Yvette was a gift to so many and she gave of herself to all she loved. I loved her as a sister, it has been a privilege to be her friend and I am honored to have called her my best friend. Love and condolences to her loving famiy. Ralph and Sara

Michael Tracy

November 22, 2022, 7:07 pm

Yvette was my favorite illustrator at Boeing for years. Always had a kind work and warm smile. Her passing is such a shock but her love for the Lord let’s me know she is with her husband again in a much better place. My condolences to her friends and family who loved her so much. Thank you for blessing so many throughout your life.

Sara and Ralph Ott

November 22, 2022, 9:37 pm

We loved Yvette so very much. She has been a constant presence in our lives for decades, for which we’re grateful. Yvette was a gift to so many and she lovingly gave of herself. We’re grateful to have received some of her love. I loved her as a sister, I’ll be forever grateful for her friendship. It’s been a privilege to be her friend and it’s an honor to have called her my best friend. Love you Yvette.
Ralph and Sara

Inge Tudor

November 22, 2022, 10:03 pm

Yvette was such a wonderful, caring, fun person, so full of life and generous with her time and talent. I worked with her at Boeing and while we lived in Crestview when building our house I got to know her even better. We attended each other’s housewarming parties and I cherish the lighthouse table she gave me. I loved her posts on FB about coffee and Dirk and I shared in her love of the New Orleans Saints. She always supported my drumming at church and came to the south Crestview campus to hear me play on more than one occasion. She was a true friend and will be sorely missed.

Jamie Duy

November 24, 2022, 8:12 pm

I miss her, I miss her coffee posts everyday. I loved working with her at Boeing. She was kind and a lot of fun. She will be very missed.


November 25, 2022, 7:35 pm

Yvette’s sense of fashion started as a young child. When I used to visit her in the summer when she was 4, I could find her wearing knee high rubber boots, shorts, summer jacket and a winter hat. She had style at such a young age, She also had a love of traveling at an early age. Whenever I would arrive at the house to visit after working, she would meet me at the door and say go,go,go. The traveling roles reversed in my older years. Yvette and her husband Ronnie became my travel advisors. They took me to their beloved New Orleans for a horse drawn carriage ride, a parade including the beads, I am thankful for all of the times I shared with you my beloved goddaughter. I shall miss you so very much, my sweet Yvette. Love,
Aunt Sarah

Mary 🥰

August 9, 2023, 7:05 pm

Nana I miss you 😢 it’s been almost 9 months now since you were called home. I continue to learn , live and love the way you taught us as teens and kids. The kids said they love you 🥰 and miss you just as much as I. I can’t believe it all so real but when you see Ramon give him big hugs for me. You’ll always be remembered and in our hearts 💕 love you so much.

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