OBITUARY

Joseph Gregory "Joey" Moore

June 9, 1980June 17, 2019
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Joseph Gregory “Joey” Moore, age 39 of Cincinnati, passed away on Monday, June 17, 2019 at Hospice of Cincinnati in Blue Ash.

He was born on June 9, 1980 in Cincinnati, the son of Shellie and Cynthia (Justice) Moore. On July 25, 2015 in Cincinnati, Joey married his wife, Catherine Ann “Cat” Ransick. He graduated from Sycamore High School in 1998 and worked as a welder-fabricator at Paul Wilke & Son. Joey played the guitar and sang in his family’s band, “The Bluegrass Mafia” and also at Landmark Church, where he attended. He loved music, his motorcycle, drag racing, and his dog, Nash. Joey is survived by his wife, Cat; parents, Shellie and Cynthia Moore; children, Jacob Moore, Morgan Schwarz, Kaitlynn Moore, Macie Ransick, and Phoenix Moore; brother, Jason (Denise) Moore; nephew, Jayden Moore; and niece, Isabella Moore; along with many other family members and friends. Visitation will be held on Friday, June 21, 2019 from 10am to 12pm at Landmark Church, 1600 Glendale-Milford Road, Cincinnati. Funeral Services will begin at 12pm on Friday at the church with Pastor Matt Holman officiating. Interment will follow in Graceland Memorial Gardens, Milford. Condolences may be left for the family at www.webb-noonan.com

  • FAMILY

  • Joey is survived by his wife, Cat; parents, Shellie and Cynthia Moore; children, Jacob Moore, Morgan Schwarz, Kaitlynn Moore, Macie Ransick, and Phoenix Moore; brother, Jason (Denise) Moore; nephew, Jayden Moore; and niece, Isabella Moore; along with many other family members and friends.

Services

  • Visitation Friday, June 21, 2019
  • Funeral Service Friday, June 21, 2019

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Billy Pickens

June 21, 2019

Joey with a very special child to me and a good friend as he grow older and to a man whatever time our eyes locked together we went back to the time we had we enjoyed so much haven't seen him in quite a few years how about the sickness love is whole family my prayers go with you Samantha and Shelley Moore

alice amburgey

June 20, 2019

Loved sharing many memories with you & your beautiful family thru the years, as we photographed. I know your in an amazing place. I will always remember you ! Love, Prayers & Strength be with your family. .......until we all see each other...........in just a little while.

Kelly Rasnick

June 20, 2019

Joey is one of those guys you can’t help but love the minute you meet him. He is such a fun-loving guy who, if he loved you, he loved you with everything he had in him...and I am so thankful to have experienced that kind of love from someone I call family. I’ll never forget the first time I heard Joey sing...and I’ll never forget the first time we sang together.
Joey’s love and talent for music is a force to be reckoned with. Each and every time I heard him sing, at some point in time he’d bring me to tears. Some love music for the lyrics, some love music for the rhythm & beat...but when Joey sang...his love for music could change people, make them feel the true meaning of each song down to their core. More than once he would give me goose bumps, bring me to tears, or even make my heart swell with pride, love, and admiration.
Joey sang a song my Dad wrote for me on my wedding day. While he sang and my Dad & I danced, there wasn’t a dry eye in the room. I will always hold that memory and video near & dear to my heart.
Joey, I love you. You hold a very special place in each one of our hearts. You are dearly loved and missed more than words can ever truly express. I hope that you are up there singing with the angels. And I can not wait to see you again and to hear you play one more time. <3 Your biggest fan

Morgan Schwarz

June 19, 2019

I remember, before my mom met Joe, one time my mom, Macie, and I were all in the car and we were pulling out of the driveway. I said to my mom “I hope you find a guy that wears sunglasses all the time and sings.” A couple years later my mom met Joey, who always wore sunglasses and was always singing. He treated my mom so well and always had a positive attitude. He was the best step dad anyone could ever have. He always made me smile and encouraged me to do good and achieve my goals. I loved his singing and I loved being around him. He always made us smile and laugh until our stomachs hurt. He wanted what was best for me and my siblings. I’m going to miss him so much and I will continue to do good and achieve my goals for him. Thank you Joey for everything you have taught me, all the good laughs, and for all of the memories. I will miss you.

Matt Peterson

June 19, 2019

Hands down one of the best dudes ever. You're up there with all the greats, brother...... All the love is with you and your family. Till we meet again, my friend.💔

Michael Spry

June 19, 2019

You will be missed........... Thank you for singing at my Daughters Wedding......... May all the people who love you find comfort in God, their family and friends...........

God Bless You......

Until we see you again.....

The Spry Family

Skinny and Sandy Grooms

June 18, 2019

Loved to hear him play. We just seen him at WOBO Bluegrass Bash. He will be missed. Prayers for the family. R.I.P. Joey

Distin Vaughn

June 18, 2019

I remember many festivals picking late into the night with Joey. What a powerful and prominent voice. A great family man with heart and soul even God admired.

RIP and fly high buddy

Bill Bailey

June 18, 2019

I lived around the corner from Joey when he was little. My daughter Nichole Bailey was a friend of his. He was a great friend to have. I coached Jason in T ball and I remember Joey and Nichole hanging out during the games. He was an awesome kid and I know he turned out to be a really good man. I really appreciate how he looked out for Nichole even when he was in the first and second grade. Hearing about this really breaks my heart. I will be praying for your whole family. God bless.

Amanda Barber

June 18, 2019

First I would just like to say my thoughts are with the family of one of the sweetest people I've ever had the pleasure of knowing. The last time I saw you, you called me up and invited me to a spur of the moment lunch at McDonalds! We sat there and talked for what felt like forever. But you had so much to tell and so did I and you just listened and said its going to be ok kid. You called me as you heard of my mom and dad passing just to say you're sorry and see that James and I were ok. And to tell me you FINALLY met the woman of your dreams. I was so happy to hear all of your dreams were finally in place. Fly high beautiful soul. You'll never be forgotten. Amanda

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