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Moses Moore

September 2, 1947 — October 25, 2023

Moses Livilton Moore Jr., beloved husband, father, and friend, passed away peacefully on October 25, 2023, in Cleveland, TN, at the age of 76. He was born on September 2, 1947, in his hometown of Cleveland, TN, to the late Moses Moore Sr. and Leola Barrett.

Known for his love of fishing and unwavering support for the Atlanta Falcons, Moses found joy in both the tranquility of nature and the excitement of football. In his younger years, he was also an avid participant in Martial Arts, showcasing his dedication and discipline. With his many talents and skills, Moses was a true jack of all trades. He also spent 19 years as an employee of M&M Mars.

Moses will be deeply missed by his surviving wife, Betty "Billie" Moore, their children Sherri Moore and husband Courtney, Moses Moore III, and Jordan Penner, and his cherished sisters Moseline McCann and Alice Ford, as well as his brother Randy Moore and wife Judy. He was predeceased by his son Ramon Moore and sister Ola Mae Williams.

His memory will forever live on in the hearts of his beloved grandchildren - Blair Moore and wife Brittany and Alex Moore and wife Haley - and his great-grandchildren Mya Moore, Tori McAlister, and Damien Moore. Moses also held a special place in his heart for his dear "daughters" Marcella Rogers and daughter Colby Davis, and Rebecca Lowe, and "son" Dominic Lowe. He was supported throughout his life by his dear friends Jed Whaley and Sharon Piersaul.

In addition to his immediate family, Moses leaves behind numerous nieces, nephews, extended family members, and friends who were touched by his kindness and generous spirit.

According to his wishes, there will be no public services at this time. However, a celebration of life, where loved ones can gather and share stories to honor Moses' life, will be organized at a later date.

The family will hold a private cremation ceremony as per his wishes.

Moses proudly served his country in the Navy and his dedication will be forever remembered.

Although our hearts are heavy with grief, we find solace in the memories we shared with Moses. His love, laughter, and spirit will continue to guide us, reminding us to live life to the fullest.

Rest in peace, dear Moses. You will forever be in our hearts.


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