Robert Allan Moore

August 22, 1959September 1, 2020

Robert Allan Moore’s Celebration of Life will be scheduled by his sister and nephew in the nearing upcoming weeks to be held outside for social distancing. If you would like to be included in this celebration, please PM Lori Moore on FB if you do not already have a way to contact the family.

Robert Allan Moore left this world on September 1, 2020. He was born in Kingsport, Tennessee. Allan’s last two employers that he spent many years with were Carolina Eastman/Jet Service and Collins Entertainment. Allan was a wonderful brother, wonderful uncle, and great friend to many. Allan was one of the kindest, sweetest, fun loving person around and will be missed dearly every day. Allan loved everyone and loved having a good time with friends and family. Allan believed in the Lord and was a good person, genuine and so kind to others. Allan was always smiling and liked to joke and cut up. Allan did not want a viewing or service, just a small gathering to celebrate his life. Allan always said no tears because he had a full and happy life and had done pretty much what he had wanted already. He said, “Don’t sit around crying and depressed.” We are trying to remind ourselves of those words he has given us before, but it’s hard. We would like his friends to join us to make his Celebration of Life be just what he had asked for. Allan had a few nicknames as he grew up, so some of you know him as Big Al, Herman, and Cookie. He loved hearing them all and he loved you all very much.

Surviving is his sister, Lori Moore (Bobby), a very special nephew (more like a son), Kevin Moore, and a very special great nephew, Mason Moore. Preceding in death were his dad, Robert Eugene Moore, his mother, Shelby Jean Moore and his brother, David Kevin Moore. Allan had an extended family that was not biological, but he loved them dearly that came from a past relationship, Amanda Cunningham Niccum and John (Boogie). Allan has three surviving uncles in Tennessee, John Curran (Sue), Sam Monk (Peggy), Roger Monk (Donna) and several cousins in Kingsport, Tennessee and a surviving uncle in California, Kenneth Moore.


No public services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.


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Debbie Brazell

September 10, 2020

Allan ... where do I begin ? What an extraordinary man he was !! A friend to all who knew him, and was always there to lend a hand to any and everyone !! The last few years were special to me and I will never forget how special you made me feel ! You said when I was with you that you knew I was safe , and when I was in your arms ...I was safe and I was loved !! Like you said ... I belonged to you and I always will !! I will forever hold our secrets and our love close in my heart !! Until we meet again ... my love ... Fly high sweet angel ...Fly with the Eagles 🦅. And always remember ... I Love You More !!!

Linda Bodie

September 10, 2020

Allan there are so many great memories of you The times we dated you were my big strong Teddy Bear who I always felt warm and safe in your arms. I will forever cherish the memories and pictures of you You were the most kind sweet loving man I knew and now I know you are smiling to be reunited with your loving family again in. Fly high with Angels as you soared high with your Airport Eagles friends Love and Miss you so much Forever Linda Smith Bodie

Vikkie Neeley-Goyden

September 10, 2020

Allan Moore was one of the best friends anyone could have. We both grew up in the same neighborhood Pine Ridge (better known as The Ridge)
Went to the same schools and rode the same bus. Allan was a loving friend that would give his shirt off his back. I loved Allan like a brother. My heart just breaks that we have lost such a great friend. To Lori and Kevin my prayers are with you both. RIP MY FRIEND!!

Angela Conway

September 9, 2020

I'm going to miss Allan more than mere words can say. What a terrific man and friend to so many people. Allan had such a loving spirit and would be there anytime his friends needed him. Allan spoke so highly of his sweet sister, and Kevin and Mason were loved as if they were his. His smile lit up a room and his joyous laughter always made me smile. Allan was one of a kind and will never be forgotten.

Fly high with the angels. I love you.

Leslie Lucas

September 9, 2020

I've known Allen for about as long as I can remember. We grew up in the same neighborhood. He was always so kind. I even crushed on him when I was in 6th grade and he was in 7th.
Both of us stayed in Pine Ridge as adults and kept in touch.
I will cherish my memories of him.
He was a great guy and will always be in my heart and mind when thinking of the past.

Gina Masters

September 9, 2020

Allan and I went to school together and I remember how kind and sweet he always was. He was a very genuine guy and was loved by so many. I moved to Idaho after I graduated and just about 2 years ago we started messaging and talking on the phone. A year ago I flew into Columbia and Allan picked me up at the airport and we went and had a late lunch and my daughter met us there. It was so great seeing him again after all of these years. I am so grateful I had that time with him. He will be greatly missed. My heart ❤️ is so sad but I know I will see you again. Love you Allan.

Lori Moore

September 9, 2020

Love my brother More than words can express. I don’t know what I will do without our Porch Setting and being able to call him He was my big Teddy Bear, sweet brother.


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