George W Moore
July 12, 1943 – March 23, 2018
George W. Moore, age 74 of Maryville passed away peacefully on March 23, 2018. Mr. Moore was an ordained deacon, and had been a member of Madison Avenue Baptist Church of Maryville for the past 8 years. He had 23 years of total service having served in the Army National Guard, Tennessee National Guard as well as the United States Air Force. Preceded in death by his parents, George W. Moore and Bertha Louise Moon; sister, Katy Jeanette Hutchison and twin brother, James William Moore. Survivors include his loving wife of 52 years, Nancy Dorough Moore; sons: William Kevin Moore (Holly), Wilburn Keith Moore (Cathy) and Matthew Kellon Moore (Jessica); nine grandchildren: Emily, Elizabeth, Alli, Cody, Jeremy, Bailey, Kaiden, Cade and Kiellon, along with numerous nieces, nephews, family and friends. The family will receive friends on Tuesday, March 27, 2018 from 11:00 am until 1:00 pm at Madison Avenue Baptist Church, 1918 Madison Ave, Maryville, Tennessee. The Funeral Service will follow at 1:00 pm with Dr. Greg Heisler, officiating. Burial will follow in Grandview Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Madison Avenue Baptist Church in Mr. Moore’s honor. Please visit www.sherwoodchapel.net to leave condolences for the family.
- Visitation Tuesday, March 27, 2018
- Funeral Service Tuesday, March 27, 2018
George W Moore
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Glendarae & Brian Lanoue
March 27, 2018
So sorry to hear of your loss but know George no longer suffers. We know the Lord will give you extra measures of His grace and comfort. Always remember Wednesday morning Bible studies that George seemed to love so much. We will continue to pray for you in coming days.
With love in Christ...Glendarae and Brian
March 26, 2018
George was such a help to my dad, Ronald Carroll. George would come by his home and pick him up, then they would go to exercise at Blount Memorial. They were an encouragement to each other. I'm sure they had great conversations about the" good ole days" , their Lord, and their church. We all loved him. He cared so much for everyone he met.