Terry Moore Obituary, Death – Terry Moore has reportedly passed away unexpectedly leaving family and loved ones in agony and sadness. The joyous couple tied the knot in September of 1978, and the ceremony took place. It was inevitable that Evelyn Marie McDowell would end up being his wife. Terry’s previous places of employment include Zehrco and Headley, in addition to his time spent working for Yukon Barge Lines as a barge driver for the company. Additionally, he was employed by Yukon Barge Lines for a while. When he was talking to other people, one of his favorite things to do was to tell them about his time in the Navy.
He competed frequently in engine competitions, and one of his most cherished hobbies was the restoration of vintage automobile engines. In addition, he was a collector of antique automobiles. He filled his spare time with activities such as fishing, shooting deer, competing in demolition derbies, and watching other people compete in them, as well as watching others compete. Kylie, Ruby, Shugar Dog, and Megan, his four dogs, also held a very special place in his heart. Spending time with his loved ones and friends was his number one priority, but his four dogs also held a very special place in his heart (who sadly passed away).
Terry Moore is survived by Evelyn Moore, his wife of 33 years; his daughters Carol Moore (Dana Ramsey) of Pierpont, Tammie (Jim) Nemitz of Jefferson, Anita (Steve) Smith-Stough of Linesville, PA, and Jennifer Smith (Omar Cordero) of Brunswick, OH; his brothers Endil Moore (Debbie) of Nenanna, AL and Fred Moore (Suzanne) of Pierpont; and his sister Melissa Moore. Terry Moore Jr., his parents, Ronald Moore and Donald Moore, both of his brothers, all passed away before he did. His son, Terry Moore Jr., was also taken from this world. He was the last surviving member of his family when he passed away, and he was their patriarch.
On Tuesday, August 28th, 2012, at 11:00 AM, funeral services will be held at the Kelloggsville Church of the Nazarene in Kelloggsville. At the address 4841 State Route 84 in Kingsville, you’ll find the church. The services will be officiated by the Reverend Lester Bolen, and he will have assistance from the Reverend Ed Pickard, who is the Pastor of the Dorset Baptist Church. The Dorset Baptist Church is going to be the location of the services. Following the conclusion of the funeral services, the burial will take place at the Kelloggsville Cemetery in Monroe Twp.