Earlene Moore Adkison was born in Marlin, Texas, on November 28, 1938, to Arthur Moore and Veatrice Taylor. She attended Anderson High School in 1956. She met and married Robert Lee Busby in May 1958. She dedicated her life to medicine and worked for St. Elizabeth and St. Catherine’s for more than thirty years. On February 22, 2020, she was called home.
Those preceding her in death were: her father, Arthur Moore; mother, Veatrice Moore; daughter, Roberta Busby West; brother, Vanda Moore; and sister, Lucille Abdulah.
She leaves to cherish her memories: a very devoted loved one, Garlan Davis of Mart; daughters, Minnie Lee McAdoo (Alonzo) of Fort Worth, Texas, and Mary Louise Adkison (Willis) of Waco, Texas; goddaughters, Joclyn Jefferson Vette of Waco, Texas, Derinda Davis of Dallas, Texas, and Jessalene White; sons, Robert Earl Busby (Rosie) of Waco, Texas, Nora Lee Busby of Mart, Arthur James Busby (Lynda) of Fort Worth, Texas, Genie Ray Busby and Anthony Wayne Adkison (Boutique) of Dallas, Texas; step children, Thelma Cosby and Genie Ray Adkison, both of Alabama, and Robert Earl Adkison of Waco, Texas; siblings, Walter K. Moore of Mart, Texas, Eula Belcher (Mack) of Dallas, Texas, Gladys Dobson (Bradley) and Louise Moore, both of Sacramento, California; grandchildren, Dewayne Busby (Jessie), Latasha Cheree Busby (Quincy), Damian Busby (Taneea), Shameka Courtney, Edwin B. Courtney, Jr., Robert Courtney, Javin Busby, Torian Busby, Sydney Busby, Kourtland Busby, Anthony Adkison, Jr., Marquise Weaver, Willis Rigsby, Jr., Kyra Rigsby, Anthony Busby, Kesha Busby, Devan Busby; nieces and nephews, Salida Moore and Demetrius Moore and Sadique Abdula; a host of great- grandchildren; four great-great-grandchildren; and a host of other relatives and friends.
There is going to be a resurrection of both the righteous and the unrightous.
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