We are deeply sorry for your loss - the staff at The Serenity Mortuary, Inc.
LADSON, SC - In profound sorrow we the Management & Staff of The Serenity Mortuary announce the passing of Mrs. Janie Lee Fiall Mood, 89 of Ladson, SC., who entered into eternal rest on Saturday, December 4, 2021 at Summerville Community Hospice House, Summerville, SC.
***The Management & Staff of The Serenity Mortuary are honored to serve the family of the late Mrs. Janie Lee Fiall Mood, we ask that you please keep her family in your thoughts as well as your prayers.***
The days of our lives are seventy years; And if by reason of strength they are eighty years, Yet their boast is only labor and sorrow; For it is soon cut off, and we fly away.
Her Birth: Janie Lee Fiall Mood, was the only child born to the Late Susie Aiken and Johnny Fiall on October 7, 1932, in Charleston SC.
Her Education: Janie received her education in the public schools of Charleston County. She graduated from Bonds Wilson High School. Janie continued her education with a nursing degree from Roper Hospital Charleston SC.
Her Love: Janie married the love of her life! The Late Thomas Mood Jr. on September 19, 1954. This union was blessed with one son.
Her Labor: Janie had a great love for children, she worked for many years as a nanny and she loved and nurtured many children. In earlier years she worked at Roper hospital as a nurse’s assistant. Her hobbies included: Serving, doing her word search book, and watching her soap operas on tv.
Her Salvation: Deaconess Janie Mood excepted Christ and was baptized at an early age. She attended Union Baptist Church and Charity Baptist Church in her earlier years. Janie and Thomas relocated to Ladson where they joined Philadelphia Missionary Baptist Church. Janie served faithfully as a Deaconess, Church Secretary, and Choir member. She sang with the Carnation Gospel Singers in her later years and The Spiritual Travelers until her health failed. Her favorite song was “This is the day that the Lord has made.”
Her Departure: On Saturday, December 4, 2021, at 1:26 p.m. God saw her body getting tired and her soul needed rest. He knew that her earthly house of this tabernacle was ready to dissolve and she knew to be absent from the body was to be present with the Lord.
Her Love Ones: She leaves to cherish her memories, Son Larry (Deborah) Mood, Grandson Travis (Dominique) Mood Sr., Granddaughters: Paris (Terrel) Walker, Miracle Mood, 2 Great Grandson’s: Deron Smalls, Travis Mood Jr., 4 Great Granddaughters: Londyn Mood, Amani Mood, Cheyenne Walker, and Kayden Walker, Bonus Daughter Debra Dixon, Bonus Grandchildren Charles, Jasmine, Jayden, Olivia, and Charles the 4th Rockwell, her Godchildren, a host of family and friends.