John W. Moore
July 5, 1926 – July 30, 2018
John W. Moore, 92, went to be with the Lord on July 30, 2018. Preceded in death by the love of his life, Alta Culbertson; son, Kip Moore; parents, Jessie and Charles Moore; sister, Dona Moore; and grandson Jacob Moore. Survived by children, Kerry (Brian) Miller, Kent (Dianne) Moore, and Kelly (Glenda) Moore; grandchildren, Sean Miller, Alyssa (Doug) Jendrasheske, Joshua Moore, and Jennifer (Eric) Gufstason; 15 great grandchildren; granddaughter-in-law, Melinda Moore; special friend, Donna Samuelson. John was a WWII Veteran that was stationed at Pueblo Army Air Base. He graduated from Stockton High School. What he lacked in formal education and material wealth he made up for in friendliness, faith, loyalty, love for others, and patriotism. He retired from CF&I after 36 years of working. He was also a member of the National Society of Washington Family Descendants. Funeral Service is at 2:00 p.m. Friday, August 3, 2018 at Family Worship Center. Interment at Imperial Memorial Gardens.
John was preceded in death by the love of his life, Alta Culbertson;
son, Kip Moore;
parents, Jessie and Charles Moore;
sister, Dona Moore;
and grandson Jacob Moore.
He is survived by children, Kerry (Brian) Miller, Kent (Dianne) Moore, and Kelly (Glenda) Moore;
grandchildren, Sean Miller, Alyssa (Doug) Jendrasheske, Joshua Moore, and Jennifer (Eric) Gufstason;
15 great grandchildren;
granddaughter-in-law, Melinda Moore;
and special friend, Donna Samuelson.
- Utah Smith
- Rich Perko
- Tom Procell
- Kendall Camp
- Russell Brown
- Jeff Allen
- Funeral Service Friday, August 3, 2018
John W. Moore
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Verne and Nancy Luellen
August 3, 2018
Thank you for the call, Kelly! We now live in Texas, but tho' not there with you, love knows no distance, WE ARE WITH YOU IN LOVE AND SPIRIT! Our families have bonded together in so many ways, for so many years. Precious memories ( to numerous to recall) remain with us of special times spent together for many occasions, both happy and sad, but we shared them together! John was a special man, with a gentle, loving and tender heart and spirit. His Christian example was an inspiration and I (Nancy) will always remember his special hugs, smile and sharing of his life stories! He always had one for me whenever we met! We treasure our friendship with all of you and truly share this time with you. He will always be missed. But he is at peace and rest now safe in the arms of his Lord whom he served so faithfully thru his years and is now with his sweetheart and son and so many other loved ones and friends! REST IN PEACE DEAR FRIEND JOHN! God's peace and love be with you all. May you all feel the love and care with which this is sent. Lovingly, Verne and Nancy (Hubbell) Luellen and family
August 3, 2018
My grandpa (paga as I called him) was a wonderful man. Loving, true to his faith, strong man both physically/spiritually and a true giver. He loved everyone he came in contact with and treated everyone with love and respect. He taught me so much in 32 years of knowing him. He was married to the love of his life my maga for 68 years before he passed. He showed true love and commitment not only to his wife but to everyone he loved.
I have so many stories to share but the essence of them all was that he only showed me love. He was such an amazing man/Paga and I’m jealous heaven gets him but so happy that he is reunited with those he loved. I know we will be reunited one day and he will be waiting for me at those pearly gates and that gives me comfort knowing he’s with his saviour.
I love you always and to eternity my sweet Paga, rest with the angels now. You truly are a good and faithful servant. Love always your gem ❤️❤️
August 2, 2018
Dear ones, I have such fond memories of John - Bill as we called him- over the many years of visiting back and forth - it seems as if we were family. One memory that comes so clear is when our family's went to the sand dunes for a fun family outing, The Boys and girls got separated and we had a Horrible time searching so we could go back to Hill City to work the next .morning . The kids the thought it was funny. We got home a 3 AM !! c
We had a lot of fun times and a few sad times to share with John and Alta, the last being when they a came to visit me here in Hays and parked their mobile home here for a few days of visiting.. We life long treasury of fond memos that span the many years.