The body of Charlotte Moye, 63 (pictured), of Flomaton, Alabama, was found in a Central Texas on Tuesday after floodwaters slept away the RV she was staying in
A body found on the shore of a Central Texas lake is that of an Alabama woman who went missing two weeks ago when floodwaters overwhelmed an RV park.
Officials from the Burnet County sheriff's office said the body of Charlotte Moye, 63, body was found on Lake Lyndon B Johnson near Kingsland on Tuesday.
Moye went missing on October 8 after the Llano River river flooded and washed away several RVs in the South Llano RV Park where she was visiting her cousin.
In addition to Moye, three men also went missing from the RV park. Two were found six miles downstream an one near Yates Crossing in Junction, according to authorities.
Moye was the last of the four missing to be accounted. Her body washed downstream for about 100 miles before it was recovered.
Kimble County Sheriff Hilario Cantu said the medical examiner confirmed her identity on Friday after her family provided dental records.
According to WKRG, the Escambia County Sheriff's office said Moye called her husband in Alabama not long before she went missing.
She allegedly told him that the water was rising fast and she wasn't sure if she would make it out.
Moye was working as a secretary at a insurance company for 30 years in Flomaton before retiring, Gina Cofield, a family friend, told the Austin-American Statesman.
'She loved her family,' Cofield told the newspaper. 'She was a kind, loving