OBITUARY

Mr. Stacy Lamont Moore

October 17, 1976May 15, 2020
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Mr. Stacy Lamont Moore, age 43, affectionately known as, “Fats”, was born October 17, 1976 to the union of Willie T. and Shelia R. (Jones) Moore.

At an early age, he developed a close and personal relationship with Christ and remained close to Him until God called him home.

Fats received his education in the Kansas City Public School District. He was an entrepreneur, a true “Business Man”, very intelligent with several talents. He was creative and perfected many crafts, including music production and had a great stage presence, lawn care & landscaping, flipping houses, refurbishing & retailing automobiles. Whatever his mastermind would come with, he would figure out a way to accomplish it… He was a natural born leader; head strong with a lively personality. Fats had the biggest smile and a heart to match. His conversation was captivating and his spirit was joyous and funny. His laughter was contagious, and will remain in the memories of his close friends and loved ones forever.

Fats was a family man. He took pride in providing for his family. The real motivation behind every productive thought. He loved his wife and she sincerely loved him. His children and grandchildren had him wrapped around all their fingers. He treated his nieces and nephews as though they were his own. The bonds that were formed with his family and friends was unbreakable. An amazing man, very giving and forgiving with an amazing big heart…

Fats departed this life on May 15, 2020. He is preceded in death by his mother, Shelia R. Moore and brother, Phillip William James, Sr.

Left to cherish Fat’s memory is his wife, Jessica, their children: Marquita, Gerhard and Jamel, their grandbabies: Haivyn, Harlei, Bryson and Olivia; his father, Willie T.; his brother and sister, Christopher and LaTisha; aunts and uncles, several nieces and nephews and a host of loving family and friends.

Services

  • Visitation "PRIVATE" Due to Federal Ordnance. "YOU MUST WEAR A MASK TO ENTER THE BUILDING"

    Friday, May 29, 2020

  • Graveside Service **Procession leaving Floral Hills at 12:30 PM**

    Saturday, May 30, 2020

Memories

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Sonia Hill

May 29, 2020

Uncle FATS! We love You 😍 . We will never forget you uncle! It hurts so bad. I wake up and I pray it’s a dream but it’s not. Your really not going to FaceTime me . I really can’t talk to u anymore. Moma said We can still visit you and talk to you but it’s not the same. Tell my brother we love him and miss him. I already no your going to watch from the sky And protect us. I just wanted you here with us. Sleep peacefully King Uncle FATS!
Love Car’eyana Hill
Your Cousin/Niece/Daughter

Gaby Macaluso

May 28, 2020

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Ivery Moore

May 27, 2020

Since young bucks we were close. Nothing or no one can take that or my memories away from me. You were my brother/cousin, my mentor, my teacher, my real life Superman. Half man, half amazing. I'll never forget the thing's you taught me or showed me. I'll forever cherish our time together. From running and playing in the woods to the whooping's my daddy would give us. Laughing at the holiday dinners because Grandma was praying too long. Man you rest up and watch over me. I'm gonna love you til they bury me.

Sonia Hill

May 26, 2020

Man. I’m miss ya calls! "Where my kids at Sonia?" I’ll forever miss you! You treated me like blood. Showed me love and talked your sh*@! Always kept it Real! I would tell you everything and never hear it again. I’m miss pulling up on you because you needed face to face for everything! That call changed our lives for ever! I’m going be in your color the next few days ! Only you can get me to wear BLUE! I’ll wear it well! Long story short; I love you Big Cuzz FOREVER and Thank you for loving Us! See you when I get there!

Nikisha Crosdale

May 24, 2020

I appreciate all the love and support You’ve showed the boys and I. We will always love and cherish you for that, I will make sure your nephews never forget their twin uncle lol. & I hope you and Phillip continue to watch over us and protect us!!! Rest well!!!

Kimberly Agrusa

May 23, 2020

I am having a hard time processing your passing just talked to you on mothers day I was at work as you would say phat girl your either at work or at home I remember when I first meet you I was dating your cuzz rufus you were almost 21 and you were calling me phat girl laughing cause I was talking stuff and all you would ever do is laugh at me but you took my boys under your wing and taught them that life will eat you up if you dont stay on top we as a family had good times and the rough times just should how much family we all were you were the glue to the family you were the one if anything was wrong I would call you I can hear you now phat girl is you stupid you will never be forgotten god took a real one and I wont say goodbye I'll say til we meet again and this phat girl will always remember you love you fatz .

Duane Hill

May 23, 2020

You will always be my heart and soul. We spent many years tryna to mold this world into a place that was manageable for us to live in. Everybody knows that you had money but you was never boosie or flamboyant. You would stunt and dress yo ass off but it was never in vain. You was a great man, street legend in Kansas City and abroad. When you lost the use of your legs they were replaced with our sons and daughters who you loved tremendously. Jessica made sure you was taken care of no matter the chaos that transpired between y’all. Regardless if anyone stole, messed up some money, or just didn’t pay back you loved us all hard you generously gave. You would cuss and say vile things but you would still turn around and give a person a chance to mess up again. You carried the weight of the family on your shoulders. You kept our family, our friends, our x’s, their children together. You was our modern day Big Momma. Love you cousin your memories will never fade.

Bo Hill

May 23, 2020

We raised each other Big Cuzz there was no where I would go and you not be there you was 15yrs old when your mom passed. Her passing grew a passion in you like no other. A passion of love and commitment but most of all survival. We shared similar struggles that’s what mended us. We embraced being the outkast. We struggled together until we bubbled together. We challenged each other which compelled us to be more creative and innovative. We was all we had that’s why we broad casted the word FAMILY so loosely over everything. You believed in me Big Cuzz and that’s all it too for me to excel. You left us as a King . You was more then a conqueror and in your last days the atonement that you made with God to seal the deal eternally for all the gifts and rewards that you stored in heaven. Love you forever sooooo many memories everlasting. Gone but never forgotten Heavenly Soldier

Dionne Hill

May 22, 2020

❤Farewell Cousin❤

Farewell my dear sweet cousin, how I wish you we're still here.
A loving soul gone too soon, but GOD needed his Angel near.
Just know you were Loved by many and you will never be forgotten.
I'll remember the times you spent with me and the loss of you is so shocking.
So farewell my dear sweet cousin, GOD heard your knock on his door.
I'll always cherish your memory. "Rest In Peace" Stacy Moore.

Love Always ❤
Your Cousin Dionne

Dionne Hill

May 22, 2020

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Rest Easy Big Cuzz! We love U!!!

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