Rev. Moran Collier, Sr.

Rev. Moran Collier, Sr.

September 8th, 1943 - December 19th, 2020
  • Birth Date: September 8th, 1943
  • Date of Passing: December 19th, 2020
  • Funeral Date: January 2nd, 2021 11:00 am
  • Location: Mims Cemetery in Brazoria TX

Biography: Reverend Moran Collier, 77, of Angleton, Texas, passed away peacefully from this earthly life on Saturday, December 19, 2020.  Reverend Collier, was born to the late Hattie Robinson and the late Jimmie Collier, Jr., in Brazoria, Texas.    He grew up in Brazoria, and attended the Charlie Brown public school system.   Reverend Collier was baptized at an early age which grounded his faith throughout his life.  He attended Greater Mt. Zion and later moved his membership to Victory Temple Holiness Church where he was ordained as a minister.   He pastored two churches Eastern Branch Baptist Church and Mt. Zion Baptist Church.  Years later he joined the Bible Way Outreach Church where he was a faithful member.  He served as an Associate Minister, Vice-President of Brotherhood, Bible Study, Sunday School Teacher and Preaching until his health failed him.  He was preceded in death by his parents, Jimmie Collier, Jr. and Hattie Roberson (Hinton); his wife, Betty Marie Collier, his daughters, Gloria Jean Collier and Valarie Kay Johnson; his brothers, Aaron Lee Collier and Robert Charles Brown; his sister Gladys Marie Collier, and his great grandsons Joel Fred Lux and Ryland Marquis Tubbs.     Reverend Collier leaves to cherish is precious memories to his sons, Moran (Patricia) Collier, Jr., and Ricky Dale Thompson; his sister Dorothy Mae Victoria; his brother Jimmie Collier, III, his god-sister Brenda Polk; 10 grandchildren, 13 great grandchildren; his in-laws, Bishop Albert (Sadie Thompson, Reverend Ronnie Simple; LuJessa (Johnny) Greer; a special cousin Hattie Banks; and a host of nieces, nephews, other family and friends.    Graveside Services will be Saturday, January 2, 2021 beginning at 11:00 A.M. at Mims Cemetery, FM 521, Brazoria, Texas 77422. Due to the current situation concerning the COVID-19, the family is concerned for the health and safety of everyone, therefore attendance will be private; everyone is asked to wear a mask and practice social distancing

Dr. Wondiful Colbert
In Loving Memory
January 11th, 2021 8:06 pm
I will truly miss this special man. He always carried himself with the utmost dignity and grace even when he was ill. I will miss his smile and seeing him walk tall with his cane. He was a cherished patient and I will keep his family in my thoughts and prayers as I am sure they miss him greatly. God has one of his Earthly servants with Him now.

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