OBITUARY

Stephen Glenn Moore

December 6, 1946January 5, 2020

Stephen Glenn Moore, age 73, passed away on January 5, 2020.

Born on December 6, 1946 in Jackson County, North Carolina, Mr. Moore was the son of the late James and Julia Moore. He was a graduate of Cullowhee High School. Not long after graduation Mr. Moore enlisted in the United States Army and proudly served his country from 1966 – 1969. Eighteen months of his service were spent in Vietnam where he served two tours. Mr. Moore continued showing his love for his country by becoming an active member of American Legion Post 353 and VFW Post 6724, he served as Chaplain at both. Mr. Moore was a talented singer and showcased that talent by participating in his church choir, the North Mecklenburg Community Chorus, and the St. James Male Chorus. He was a member of Assurance United Methodist Church. Mr. Moore successfully ran his own carpet cleaning business for many years, but had been enjoying retirement for the last few years.

In addition to his parents, Mr. Moore was preceded in death by 3 sisters and 2 brothers.

Mr. Moore was married to his loving wife Roberta Wolfe Moore for 48 years. In addition to his wife he is survived by daughter Melanie Hord and husband Steven, daughter Jennifer McMullen, grandchildren Julia McMullen, Jake McMullen and wife Haleigh, Abby Hord, Derek Hord, and great granddaughter Sadie Mae McMullen. He is also survived by his twin brother Russell Moore and wife Mary and brother Douglas Moore, and numerous nieces and nephews.

Funeral services will be held on Saturday, January 11, 2020 at Assurance United Methodist Church located at 9700 Mt. Holly Huntersville Road in Huntersville, NC. The family will receive friends from 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM and the service will begin at 3:00 PM.

Memorials may be made Assurance United Methodist Church, American Legion Post 353, or VFW Post 6724.

Services

  • Visitation Saturday, January 11, 2020
  • Memorial Service Saturday, January 11, 2020

Memories

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Peggy Nance Cavin

January 13, 2020

Roberta and family, I’m so sorry for your loss. I’m thinking of you and sending prayers of peace and comfort to you and your family.
Love, Peggy Nance Cavin

Lloyd Miller

January 11, 2020

Roberta and Family,
I had the privilege and pleasure of knowing Steve for more than forty years thru St James and Assurance UMC. While I have fond memories of church basketball and softball and many, many church and social events, I especially will always remember Steve for his
wonderful and talented singing performances; and his patriotic and meritorious service in Viet Nam. Being a fellow veteran, I am so appreciative of his honor and duty to our country.
Barbara and I send our most sincere condolences.

Lloyd Miller

Russ Moore

January 10, 2020

My Brother May Not Always Be At My Side, But, He Will Always Be In My ❤

David and Cindy Kowalski

January 10, 2020

Steve was a very loving and caring person. We are very honored to have known him while we were members of the Assurance UMC, and also, the Soul Searchers Sunday School Class. We have plenty of beautiful memories attending social functions with Steve and Roberta. Steve will be dearly missed. Our thoughts and prayers are with Steve’s Family, especially his loving wife Roberta. God Bless. David and Cindy.

Susan Winter

January 10, 2020

Rest In Peace my dear friend Steve. I will remember the times we sang duets at St James, the loving and caring person you were and you always were there to take care of others before yourself. You will be missed. Our prayers are with you in heaven and with your family, especially Roberta. God bless.

Boyce and Myra Laney

January 10, 2020

Memories - the dominos battles late into the night, the city league basketball games, his outward demonstration of love for Roberta and family, the fellowship and sharing of family times, watching and hearing him sing and perform, and his demonstrative caring of others.

So our hearts, thoughts and prayers go out to Steve's immediate family; Roberta, the children, the grandchildren; and to his twin Russ and wife Mary as they all deal and grieve over an earthly loss, but, at the same time, can rejoice knowing that Steve made it Home first.

May we all celebrate Steve's life on earth and his new residence in Heaven.

In Christ's love,
Boyce and Myra

Myra Laney

January 10, 2020

Prayers and hugs to the family. I remember all the good times we had getting together with Steve and Roberta and Russ and Mary playing dominoes a lot of weekends. Also enjoyed hearing Steve and Russ sing in the Saint James Male Chorus. See you again in Beulah Land one day.

Russ Mary Moore

January 9, 2020

Steve's "little sweetie" ❤ Sadie Mae Steve & Roberta's Great Grandaughter--❤ Singing "Tomorrow" fir her Grandaddy ❤
(go to Julia McMullen's fb page to watch this video) ❤❤❤

Joy & George Shivar

January 9, 2020

What a prince! What a delight to hear his music. What an example he was! What a privilege to hear him sing. What a privilege to love his wife in such a trying time which us Westside girls will do. A great life to celebrate! With love...

Carl and Barbara Votik

January 8, 2020

Steve, such a gentleman He was so kind, so friendly and absolutely adored his lovely wife, Roberta. Steve was the kind of man you knew stood with you, even though he was very quiet. I'll never forget the time our dog got RED mud all over the gold carpet; Steve got it out and made it look easy. And, when our granddaughter spilled maple syrup on the same carpet, again Steve made it look easy as he cleaned it up. Typical of this quiet man who always did his best.

I loved watching and hearing him sing in the choir. His presence and beautiful voice will be missed. A Vietnam Vet, Steve was proud of his service and proud of our men and women serving in the Gulf War. I've attached "We Will Not Bend" the song he wrote, and sang, about the Vietnam and Gulf wars. We have all been better off to have known him

https://www.facebook.com/rikers17/videos/1633756156702643/?t=5
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FROM THE FAMILY