OBITUARY

Scott Moore

February 13, 1976June 22, 2020
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Scott Moore, who was dearly loved and a friend to all, died peacefully on the 22nd of June, 2020, from complications of kidney disease, at the age of 44.

He is survived by his wife, Erin and son, Eli; his mother, Judy Moore Ordemann and his stepdad, Tom; his father, Jim Moore and fiancee, Athena Hogue; sister, Crystal Kachmar, brother-in-law, Rob, and their children, Tristan, Hallie and Bryce; his grandmother, Harriett Ordemann, and numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, devoted friends and a multitude of Godchildren.

Scott was a proud graduate of Jesuit College Preparatory School of Dallas and Texas Tech University, where he pledged the Phi Gamma Delta (FIJI) Fraternity. He is also a graduate of South Texas College of Law and was licensed by the State Bar of Texas in 2003. He practiced as a Criminal Defense Attorney in North Texas for over seventeen years.

The visitation will be held from 5-8pm on the 25th of June, 2020, at Sparkman/Hillcrest Funeral Home, 7405 West Northwest Highway, Dallas, Texas, 75225.

A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 1pm on the 26th of June, 2020, at St. Rita Catholic Church, 12521 Inwood Road, Dallas, Texas 75244, presided over by Monsignor Milam Joseph. The pallbearers are Greg Basden, Ryan Boldrick, cousin Brian Boswell, Ryan Bright, Mike Burkhart, Jim Cable, Jonathan Couch, Mike DeLier, Mike Eggleton, Ryan Frey, Mike Hatfield, Chuck Maretzky, Mark Martin, Nate Powell, Eric Rieger, Reid Sampson, David Vollmer and Lee Williams. The honorary pallbearers are Judge Sean Finn, Scott's late brother, Jason Moore, and Bill Bailey.

The family requests that memorials be sent to Jesuit College Preparatory School, 12345 Inwood Road, Dallas, Texas 75244.

Please note that the church and the family require that a face mask be worn at the visitation, as well as the funeral.

Services

  • Visitation

    Thursday, June 25, 2020

  • Funeral Mass

    Friday, June 26, 2020

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Brian Campbell

July 6, 2020

So, so, so sorry for your loss. We are almost the same age, and although we weren't close, we knew the same close friends that ran in the crowd. My mother died too early from kidney disease, so this is close to home for me. I've lost most of my immediate family to different diseases, so this is something I'm familiar with, unfortunately. I'm sorry for the pain you're going through, but just know there will be peace some day. Prayers!

Crista (Bell) Glover

June 26, 2020

Thank you for streaming the service today. Scott was so loved and will be so missed by my family. He was a faithful friend to me and I will forever be thankful for his friendship. We spent so many great times together that I’ll hold dear. weekends watching college football won’t be the same.
He watched over me and I felt his love. He texted my husband Monday a HBD even though he had so much happening. I will cherish our last phone call forever. We were able to talk last Tuesday before he left the hospital. I loved him and I know he loved me more.
My hope for his family is that you are comforted by God and Scott’s love will carry you through....

Andrew and Crista (Bell) Glover

Janet Logsdon

June 26, 2020

Scott was the kindest soul who always seized an opportunity to make you feel loved and cared for.
He was one of the youngest attorneys I knew and on occasion would encourage me to become one.
I referred to him as Superman.
There were many times when I stood before a Judge getting chewed out in lieu of my employer when out of nowhere, Scott was there to vouch for our office and take the scolding for me to save the day. He was a real life Superman.
Scott, you are loved and missed.
You made a big impact on everyone who knew you and you will never be forgotten.
I heard the song “My Way“ yesterday and thought of you.
YOUR way was kind, it was beautiful - it was perfect.

Shelby (Pigg) Guest

June 26, 2020

Scotty was such a good friend to so many......like so many others have shared, he never missed a birthday, gave the best hugs and always made the time you spent with him the most fun. His love for our Red Raiders and him in his "Totty the Rock" robe at Coe Ranch - that'll be the image I hold near and dear. My prayers for the family is that you are able to receive the outpouring of love for Scotty and know that is a testament to the friend he was to us all. Thank you for streaming the service so we could all participate in spirit with you!
Shelby (Pigg) Guest

Robin (Montgomery) Mewbourne

June 26, 2020

What a joy and a gift to be able to call Scotty my friend. I'll never forget your kindness, humor, and thoughtfulness. You never missed the opportunity to wish me a happy birthday or to just check on me from time to time, and ask about "my little princess, Anna". We can always laugh about the blind date I made you go on years ago with me as a double date; yeah, sorry about that one, ha ha! I am so sad to say goodbye, but one thing that brings me peace is to picture you and Jay hugging and laughing together in Heaven.
Rest peacefully, my friend, I miss you already.
Robin (Montgomery) Mewbourne

Renee Rachels

June 25, 2020

I will always remember how Scotty always found the good in every situation. I honestly don’t ever remember him saying anything negative about anyone. He would call me every couple of months after Chelsie died and say “I’m just checking on you”. He knew how to make you feel special and loved. Scotty, you were a bright spot in my life and I am a better person for having known you. Your smile and hugs will be greatly missed, love you.

VALERIE 'VAL' CARMODY

June 25, 2020

I went to school at St. Rita with Scott from '83-'90 (and my brother Warren, whom everyone knows as E.W., was in the same class as Crystal and Jason)....even tho it's been 30 years since we were last in class together , I will always remember the birthday messages from him and seeing how much people loved him.

On behalf of myself, my brother E.W. (a.k.a Edward,), and my parents Tim & Liz (Carmody), thoughts going out to Crystal, Judy and the rest of the Moore and Ordemann families..

Melissa Jones-Soriano

June 25, 2020

Jim,
Our hearts are saddened to learn of the loss of your Dear Scott. Please accept our warmest condolences, we are deeply sorry and pray for you to continue to be surrounded by strength and compassion during this time of sorrow.

Prayers for you,
Paul Jones and family, John Brown and family, Melissa and Joe Soriano and family

Terri and Roger Bumgarner

June 25, 2020

Jim, our deepest sympathy for your loss of Scott. We are so sorry. Thinking of you and your family.

Terri (Massad) and Roger Bumgarner

JoAnn Terrill

June 25, 2020

Scott was such a good , kind and caring man. Always had the most amazing smile and gave the best hugs ever! .. Always so friendly to everyone, a wonderful blessing to everyone who ever knew him. He will be truly missed and will live forever in the hearts of the people who loved Him

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