Nina Palmer


NOVEMBER 12, 1965-APRIL 10, 2024


Nina Palmer was born November 12, 1965, in Saint Louis, Missouri, to the union of John P and Delores Moore (Davis). Nina was the third oldest of ten children. She was preceded by her father and her little brother Jason Moore.

Young Nina attended Beaumont High School in Saint Louis Missouri. As a youth, she attended Little Bethel C.O.G.I.C. She was baptized as an adult while living in Kansas City, Kansas.

On April 14 of 1986, Nina married Herbert Deen Palmer and they raised two children, Ashley, and Terry (TJ).

In her young adult years, Nina sacrificed most of her time to help raise her younger siblings. She enjoyed skating, making jewelry, listening to music, eating (lol) and spending quality time with her family.

She was passionate about her work with The Nehemiah Program where she dedicated her energy to helping women through homelessness and
drug addiction recovery.

Nina was a classy lady and loved to dress up from head to toe!

She battled cancer gracefully, but on April 10, 2024, at 12:32 am, God saw fit to release her from all pain and all suffering.

She leaves to cherish her memory: her loving mother, Delores Moore; children; Ashley Palmer Ray, and Terry J. Palmer (TJ); eight siblings, John P. Moore Jr (Sheila), Cornice Nunley (John), Daniel Moore (Tonya), Tonnette Sutton, Marshall Moore, Elizabeth Johnson (Mark), Michael Moore (Suzanne), and Bryant Moore (Lolitha); grandchildren, Amilia, Kendreth, Camari, Heiress, and Jarad; and a host of nieces and nephews, extended family, and friends.


Greeting/Prayer……………… District Missionary Dr. Powell
Word of Encouragement……..Pastor Charles Quarles
Reflection of Life……………. Read in Silence
Message from Nina…………… Read by Malana Moore “Lana”
Expressions ……………………Two Minutes

Repass to Follow:
Little Bethel C.O.G.I.C.
5855 Dr. Martin Luther King Dr. Saint Louis MO. 63112


The Old Me Is Left Behind

For God has done more through my struggles than he has
ever done through my success.
My success is made from the ingredients of my struggles.
And you never know my success until you understand my
struggles, because my struggles are the pathway that led
me into my success.

By Nina Pop

From Family

Thank you for all the flowers, for every call, text, card, and
show of love and support. Our circle is full of amazing people!
We are just so grateful to God for all the moments He allowed us
to spend with Nina!


Memorial Service to be held on Monday, April 22 at St Louis Cremation from 10AM-1PM
2135 Chouteau Ave.
St Louis, MO 63103



  1. Suzanne Moore on April 16, 2024 at 2:58 pm

    We have so many memories with Nina. From us living with her and her living with us! We will never forget how you were there for us when we needed you. You will truly be missed, and we’ll love you always!!
    Mike Moe Family

  2. Stephanie Dale Shaw on April 20, 2024 at 1:54 pm

    Nina was always so sweet shecwas my childhood friend may God Rest her soul I’ll never forget you Nina God Bless….

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