Howard T. ”Tim” Moore, 47, of RD 4, Moundsville, died Saturday, July 7, 2001, in Moundsville, WV.
He was an employee of the Bayer Corp.; a Protestant by faith and a member of the Elites Rod and Gun Club of Moundsville.
He was preceded in death by his parents, Howard E. and Florene Flor Moore.
Surviving are his wife, Karen Bartholow Moore; two sons, Jason B. Moore of Columbus, Oh and Steven Janeen Freeland of Tucson, AZ; two daughters, Jenny and Allyson Moore of Simonton, TX; two brothers, Larry Rosemary Moore of Wellsburg and Terry Pam Moore of Moundsville; a sister; Mrs. Bob Debra Chavanak of GlenDale; a grandson, Zakary Freeland of Tucson, Az; an aunt Ann Caldwell of Powhatan Point, OH; and an uncle Whitey Doris Flor of New Martinsville.
There will be no visitation.
Friends are invited to attend a memorial service on Tuesday evening, July 10, 2001, at 6 p.m. at the First Church of the Nazarene, First and Elm Avenue, Moundsville, WV, with the Rev. Ronald Perry officiating.
Memorial contributions may be made to the charity of the donor’s choice.
Arrangements are by the Altmeyer Funeral Home, 118 Grant Avenue, Moundsville, WV.
Dear Jason, Jenny and Allyson, We send our deepest sympathy to you. We live up the lane from your father. We just wanted you to know that we thought that your Dad was a very kind, and caring man. He would do kind things such as leave a new pair of gloves for the garbage man. He was kind to our children. We just wanted you to know that we are keeping him and his family in our prayers. Our deepest sympathy is with you. Gregg and Terri Harris
Dear Karen, Steven, Terry and Family.
I will forever hurt for you all and for Tim in my heart.
I have prayed and will continue to do so for him and for all of us.
God alone will give the strength to go on. Ask and He will be there.
My husband and I will always remember visiting with you all,
Fishing here in NC and letting my husband get flooded in at camp out
Fish Creek. Highlight of any of his visits to W.Va!
My prayers are with you all. Becky, I have not seen you seen highschool, but the
hurt your children are going through can only be eased with time and prayer.
Tell your children all my friends and family here are keeping all of Tim’s family in their prayer lists at home
and at church.
To you, our friend Tim: You’ve always been a good friend to everyone. Through school and through our
adult lifes. All our hearts are with you. You will never be forgotten. We all love you. God Bless
Karen, you know where I am when you need me. Any day, any time of the day. I love you, Linda.
Debbie and Family,
Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Please let us know if we can do anything for you.
Jan, Wayne and
Debbie, Please accept this expression of sympathy from Sue and I. Sorrow is for those left behind and joy is for your brother that now has joined God in heaven. Peace in the knowing that his spirit remains with you and the family always.
Life does not end without completing the spirit’s agreement with God. Joy in knowing that the agreement is fulfilled.
Peace and love,
Mick and Sue
PLEASE LET ME KNOW IF YOU
NEED ANY THING. I WILL BE
HERE FOR YOU!! YOU ARE IN MY
THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS!!!
Oh……Karen…..I am so, so
sorry. My heart literally hurts for you. I can only imagine….my dear friend. Know that I am out here for you always.
Please get in touch with me when you are more able. Until then….you will forever be in my thoughts and prayers.
Love and such sincere sympathy to you and your family….from your “always” friend…..Candy
Our love and prayers.
Terry and Pam, very sorry to hear about Tim. My deepest sympathy is with both of you. Tim was a very nice person and we shared many good times especially in high school during track and basketball. He will be missed by many.
To all of Tim’s family immediate and extended family: I’ll always remember him as one of life’s “Good Guy’s” and hope you will also.