October 21, 1951 – January 1, 2020
Kent Moore passed away peacefully at home surrounded by his family on January 1, 2020 at the age of 68.
Kent was born in Kansas City, MO the son of Norman and Betty (Billings) Moore. He was raised in Cameron, MO and graduated from Cameron High School, the class of 1970. Kent spent 29 years with the Kansas City, Missouri Police Department before retiring as a Sergeant in 2001.
He leaves behind his beloved family – his wife, Kay, son Matt (Tracey Fife), and daughters Amanda Harris, Marissa (Frank) Valdez and Katelyn (Baron) Williams. He also leaves his four cherished grandchildren Seth Sanstra, Zack and Lexi Valdez and Bentley Williams.
Kent was preceded in death by his parents and brother, Steve.
More than anything, Kent loved being a father and grandfather—his children and grandchildren were the center of his life. His other passions were golf and baseball and he followed the Kansas City Royals faithfully.
Family and friends will gather at McGilley Antioch Chapel on Saturday, January 4 from 1:00PM-3:00PM for a memorial visitation.
The family requests no flowers and has set up a memorial fund in Kent’s name with the Salvation Army. He always admired their work with the citizens he served during his time on the Department.
- Kay Moore, Wife
- Matt Moore, Son (Tracey Fife)
- Amanda Harris, Daughter
- Marissa (Frank) Valdez, Daughter
- Katelyn (Baron) Williams, Daughter
- Seth Sanstra, Grandson
- Zack Valdez, Grandson
- Lexi Valdez, Granddaughter
- Bentley Williams, Grandson
- Betty (Billings) Moore (Deceased), Mother
- Norman Moore (Deceased), Father
- Steve Moore (Deceased), Brother
- Robb Austin , Honorary Pallbearer
- Russ Harris, Honorary Pallbearer
- Ritch Williams, Honorary Pallbearer
- Seth Sanstra, Honorary Pallbearer
- Zack Valdez, Honorary Pallbearer
- Bentley Williams, Honorary Pallbearer
- Salvation Army
- Memorial Visitation Saturday, January 4, 2020
January 4, 2020
So sorry for your loss, prayers for strength sent your way. Until we meet again Uncle Kent. Love to you all.
January 3, 2020
My thoughts & prayers are with family and friends. Kent was a wonderful father & will always be remembered by our family, here in Missouri & Nebraska. ❤️
January 3, 2020
I am so sorry for your loss. I am retired Federal Law enforcement which would make us brothers in arms, RIP brother. When I was growing up I can remember coming to your guys house on A highway in Cameron I would have been with uncle Glenn or dad Brick Moore on our way to Uncle Jacks farm. Once again sorry for your loss.