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Moreland, Lulu Phillips

Updated: Fri 9:56 AM, Feb 09, 2018
Funeral Home: Leavitt Funeral Home
Lulu Phillips Moreland, 97, of Parkersburg, WV, passed away peacefully in her home on February 8th, 2018.

She was the daughter of the late Levi Glenn and Ema Kinkade Phillips.

Lulu was a computer programmer for Public Debt and was a faithful member of the First Baptist Church of Parkersburg. She was a wonderful wife and a loving mother.

She is survived by her son, Michael Moreland (Cathy) of Easley S.C.; daughter Mairilyn Leisure (Larry) of Vienna, WV; sister Winnie Morgan; Grandchildren Tina Marone and Greg Leisure; 4 great-grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.

Along with her parents, she is preceded in death by her husband, James Donald Moreland; brother Glenn Phillips; grandson Michael Moreland; and two sisters who passed in infancy, Opal and Janet.

Lulu is registered with the WVU gift registry and will be donated there, as per her wishes.

Memorial contributions may be made to the First Baptist Church of Parkersburg.

The family extends special thanks to the Amedisys and TLC staff for their loving care, as well as Rev. McClure and the First Baptist Church Parkersburg Family for their support.

Online condolences may be sent to www.LeavittFuneralHome.com.

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