MOORE, JOHN ARTHUR
- Age 67 of Lake Mary, FL.; passed away August 30, 2017. He is the loving husband of Judith Moore; dearest father of Scott (Danielle) Klavins, & Marta Klavins; proud grandfather of Mitchell, Kayla, & Colin; brother of Thomas (Sheryl) Moore, Kimberly (Kim) Strum, & the late Charles Moore; son of the late John Alvin & Patricia L. Moore; also survived by many nieces and nephews. A Memorial Service will be held on Tuesday, September 5th beginning at 11am, at Carey Hand Cox-Parker Funeral Home, 1350 W. Fairbanks Ave., Winter Park FL., where the family will receive friends beginning at 10am. John was a Drum Major for Robert E. Lee Junior High and Edgewater High School from 1965 - 1968. John truly enjoyed his profession in sales and was the consummate sales person. He was always the jokester and loved to make people laugh, even through all his struggles as of recent. Please sign family guest registry at www.careyhand.com
Dear Judy and family,
My heart and thoughts have been with you this past week. Although Joe and I only had the pleasure a few times to be with John, we knew how much he loved his family and we were so sad during his long struggle.
May he rest in peace and may you all be comforted.
Love Marge Kulak Lucido
Marge LicidoWilmington, NC
God's blessings to you, Judy, and the entire sweet family. Only knowing He is with you will carry you through this next year. Strength and hope will come.
Love to all.
Mary Fletcher Lowry
Mary LowryOrlando, FL
We are so very sad. We have lost a dear friend, a man we love and respect--one of the finest men we have ever known. And, we know how our dear Judy's heart is breaking. Rest well, dear John. Your valiant fight is over here. May you have peace.
Pat and Tony Smith,
Dear Judy and Family,
John had such an upbeat personality and his smile was contagious. We will definitely miss his jokes and the many funny anecdotes about his family he shared with us. Our time with John at the Transplant Games will probably be, without a doubt, was one of the countless fun times we shared. Whether he was leading a crowd in a cheer and leaving out one of the letters of Florida, to a big try at shot put and bowling, to having us record a CD using the Wisconsin fight song music for the Wisconsin Transplant Games, we could always count on John to provide a laugh. You will forever be missed but will always be in our hearts. We love you John. God Bless you and your family. Rest in peace dear friend.
Angelo and Carol
Angelo and Carol CaneAltamonte Springs, FL
Judy and family, Praying God gives you strength and peace at this very sad time. Judy I didn't know John, but his strength and endurance over the past couple years with all he went thru was a testimony in itself for what kind of man he was. I'm sure he will truly be missed. I will keep you in my prayers and hold you in my heart. Love you girl!
Judy CarrollPrattville, AL
Went to church today and in the middle of of mass can't help but cry because it is sinking now that you are not here with us . We know that you are in a better place now John, you won't be in pain anymore, no more shots , needles and all those lab work anymore. Thanks for making us laugh but most of all thanks for being a good friend. We will dearly missed you .
Cecille and Bernie
Bernie and CecilleApopka, FL
Fond memories John. We'll miss you at band reunions. I know Ellen is sending her love.
Rick StevensonOrlando, FL