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Wednesday, April 27, 2022
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Dollie Bryant Moravits, 88, of Paradise, Texas, died peacefully in her home, surrounded by loved ones, on April 12. Memorial services will be held at 10:30 am on Wednesday, April 27 at Hudson & Torres Family Funeral Home in Bridgeport, officiated by Pastor Bill Hughes.
Born April 3, 1934, in Keystone, West Virginia, Dollie had a passion for outdoor life, particularly enjoying horseback riding, hiking, and the serenity of the mountains. Her zest for life could also be seen in a love for the creative arts, expressed in her many paintings.
A lifelong member of the United Methodist Church, Dollie had a servant’s heart, with an affinity for young and old, alike. She served her community as a state-appointed ombudsman with regulatory oversight for all of the Wise County nursing homes. And, in 2010, Dollie also helped to found the Wise County Teen Court where she educated teenagers on matters regarding the justice system.
She is survived by husband, Richard Wall, of Paradise, Texas; sister Dottie Williams of Bluefield, Virginia; daughters Dawn Lloyd of Canton, Texas, Dianne Sims of Paradise, Texas, and Ann Jay of Trinity, Texas; son Patrick Price of Canton, Texas; and over forty grandchildren, spanning five generations.
Dollie is preceded in death by her parents, Edward Earl Bryant and Lora Mae Harvey; first husband, Levi Theodore Billiott; second husband, Varnell Moravits; brother, Donald Bryant; sister, Norma Bryant; and daughter, Freida Marie Kilby.
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