Tara Radel Biesemeyer was born March 19, 1976 in Springfield, MO to Robert Dorsey and Becky Ann (Arduser) Moore. She passed away Sunday, October 4, 2009 at Research Medical Center, Kansas City, MO.
Tara grew up in Osceola, graduating from Osceola High School in 1994. She went on to receive her Bachelor of Science Degree in accounting from the University of Tennessee-Martin in 1998. On October 14, 2006 Tara was united in marriage to Chad Biesemeyer at the Bear Creek United Methodist Church.
Tara was an outgoing, fun-loving person, who never met a stranger and lit up every room with her contagious teasing and laughter. Young and determined, Tara’s athletic ability and strong will, not only in sports, but, also in her career as an auditor was demonstrated in her many travels. Her strong will and good heart inspired those around her.
Tara grew up in the Bear Creek Church where her amazing love and devotion for God and His children affected many lives. Her unconditional love for children was displayed with every hug and kiss. She showed her great dedication to the church and community through countless activities and fundraisers.
Tara had great perseverance and courage through all areas of life, but it was her strong faith everyday that shined through to her family and friends and their tough battle with cancer.
Tara was preceded in death by, Grandma Barb, Great Grandma Waneita Nickel, uncle Chris Arduser and Grandma Evelyn Lucille Moore.
She is survived by her loving husband, Chad of the home, her parents, Robert and Becky Moore, Osceola, brother, Kylan and sister in-law, Antonia and three beautiful nieces, Leila, Mattia and Evelyn, her paternal grandfather, Wallace Moore, maternal grandfather, J. C. and step grandmother, June Arduser, all of Osceola, MO; her in-laws, Ron and Judy Biesemeyer, sister in-law, Angie Campbell and her husband, Vince, and nephew, Cole Campbell all of Mexico, MO; uncles, aunts, cousins other relatives and many, many friends.
Tara demonstrated that we are all one family here on earth and through the grace of God we will all meet again. We miss you Teetah!