Aunt Ella and Rick, Ben and I are heart broken to hear of Uncle RJ’s passing. We find comfort in knowing we will see him again! We are sending prayers and hugs. God Bless you and keep you! He was such a kind, humble man.
Uncle Randy will be missed by all of us, he was always one of the nicest guys around. I love you guys and wish I could be there.
We will miss you dad ❤️🎈❤️
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Ransom Moore Jr., 88, went home to be with the Lord on June 10, 2022. He was born on March 14, 1934, to Ransom Moore Sr. and Exer McCoy Moore in Chattaroy, West Virginia.
Ransom was strong in his faith, he was an active member at Living Word Christian Church in Newburgh. He worked and retired at Moll Tool and Plastics, went on to work and retire from Flair Plastics, and then spent his later years at JcPenny’s Home Store. He was a man of many talents and passions; he was an avid bowler and was a part of many leagues, throwing horse shoes and pitching washers and he was extremely precise at that. He was an avid St. Louis Cardinals and Indianapolis Colts fan. He loved spending days watching any and all sports. He loved baseball, he taught Rick how to play, and it was one of the many joys they shared. He stayed close to his alumni in Chattaroy throughout the years, Ransom and Ella went to every reunion. He found great importance in serving others in any way he could. If you knew Ransom, you knew his yard was always perfectly done, he took great pride in caring for his lawn. Ransom and Ella loved to travel and go camping. He cherished days spent with his family. He was a great guy and a friend to all.
Ransom was preceded in death by his parents, six siblings, and good friend Ruby Fitzsimmons.
Ransom is survived by his loving wife Ella Moore; son Richard Moore (Cynthia); grandchild Richard James “RJ” Moore (Taylor); great-grandson Lachlan James Moore; and numerous nieces, nephews, and loving friends.
Visitation will be from 11am until the time of service at 1pm on Tuesday, June 14, 2022 at Sunset Funeral Home with a burial to directly follow at Sunset Memorial Park. In lieu of flowers, the family asks that memorial contributions be made to one of the following: the American Cancer Society, The Linda White Hospice House, or Living Word Christian Church. Live Streaming will be available for remote attendees, please contact Sunset Funeral Home and Memorial Park for login information.
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