I first met Don in 1st grade at St. Elmo when it was a 3 room school and we were classmates through high school. He had a great smile and outgoing personality. Prayers for his family and friends.
I am truly sorry for your loss. I didn't know Don personally, but I have heard so many wonderful things about him from his sister (Carol). You all are in my thoughts and prayers.
Our condolences & prayers to the Moore family. We met Don at Truck City Ford through our daughter who also worked with Don. He always greeted us with a big smile & hug, he treated us like family. His humor & big smile will be greatly missed. It will never be the same walking into Truck City & not having him greet us. We pray that your memories with Don bring you peace in your time of grief. RIP Don!
My parents (Marilyn and Ted Freeman) and I just learned of Don's passing and have his family and friends in our thoughts and prayers. May the Lord's peace comfort you in the days ahead.
Sending you love and hugs. He is never far away from those that loved him. Leslie
Shocked to learn of Don's passing. Our son Cory played ball with Craig and I helped Don coach my son's last year in Manchaca. Great guy. Always good for a laugh. Monica and family our hearts break for you as I lost my brother a couple months ago also at 62. You have many memories,good times and friends to help you through this tough time. Don't hesitate to rely on them. Peace be with you. RIP Don!
I am truly sorry for your loss Moore family. You all are in my heart and prayers.
My family & I are keeping your family close to our hearts & in prayer. May God bring you all peace through this time.
Monica, Craig, Bryan and family, we are so very sorry for you all. Don was always quick with a joke and smile! He will always be Von with a "D" to the Robinsons! We are always there for you Monica and are sending prayers, strength and love! Sara and Don with a "V" Robinson
With loving and caring thoughts for your family. God Bless and Keep You.
It's hard to understand why people we love so much are taken from us, but Monica I pray you & the boys (and all those who loved Don) will find comfort in knowing you were why he had such a happy and well- lived life. We are so sorry for your great loss. Peace to you & yours, Sid & Shirley
Don will be in our hearts always. Loved his hugs!
Love and Light to the Moore family and all who are grieving Dons loss. I pray that God meets your sorrow with peace and love. God bless you all. -The Martinez Family
Don touched us all with his wit, his smile. and his friendship. Those are amazing gifts to give during our earthly time and we will always have a nice memory to hold onto until we meet him in heaven. Love to you, Monica.
The Moore family, is in our thoughts, and prayers. We thank God for his mercy he showed Don during his fight with this illness. Although gone Don will never be forgotten, he lives on forever in his son's and grandchildren, and the true love of his life Monica. Heaven, is more precious to us all with his presences. We will continue to pray for strength, and courage for the Moore family, Monica, Craig and Brian we love you guys! God be with your family at such a hard, and sad time..
It's still so hard to believe that Don is no longer with us. We will always treasure our memories of him singing at the Club, playing dominoes and making us laugh. We will miss his great smile and hugs. He was a great friend and loyal Longhorn. Love to Monica, Bryan, Craig and their families. He was so proud of his grandkids! We'll always be here for you! Brent and Kathy Cummings
Prayers for Don and his family... May he watch over you all:)
Don packed a lot of FUN and LOVE into his life. From that first time he wandered over to our back porch 30 YEARS AGO, we sure did a lot of living and laughing in one yard or the other, and hanging over the fence over these decades. We SO wish we could change the way the hands of time have played out. THANK GOODNESS for the millions of wonderful memories. I know my Moore family will ALWAYS have all of that amazing love every minute of every day, and Don will be right there in the middle of it.
ALL our love .... Jon, Shannon, Shane, & Cameron
Such a wonderful man. Caring and witty. Could always make you laugh and bring a smile to everyones face. You will always be remembered fondly Don. Big hugs to you in heaven my friend. Much love!
To the Moore family I'm so sorry for your loss. Gary and Marlyn I'm sorry . Don was a good guy and I thought a lot of him. God bless you all . Coy Page.
Don will be missed by all who had the pleasure to know him. His wonderful sense of humor and devotion to his family and friends will be remembered forever. All who knew him are blessed with great memories.
Don will be truly missed by all those that knew and met him.... Monica, Craig and Bryan... our deepest condolences for such a special person.. He will always be your angel..
Don was a great man, sorry to hear about your loss Moore Family.
What a truly terrific man. He served so well his family, his Country, and his community - (Manchaca). The truest definition of a life well lived....my prayers.
Our sympathies continue to be with you.
Ann and Blair Pennington, Stacy and Mark Conley
Love you Moore Family. Sib and I just know that Don is doing his best Pee Wee for our girl and that brings a smile to our face. Speaking of smiles.....Dons was the Best!!!
Here for you always Monica.
Grief can be so hard, but our special memories help us cope. Remembering you and your loved one today and always.
The Arriaga Family. We grew up with Don Moore Family! 1960's Sorry to hear about your Father.God bless !
I met Don in the first grade at St.Elmo school in the old 3 room portable building on So. 1st by the tracks. We went almost all of our school together as I moved to So. Austin in 1959 just down the road south of St.Elmo. We both were car people and we talked about the old times every time I went to Truck City for car maintenance. I truly miss him knowing he is not walking with us now. Sadness is the word. In the 6th grade he and I would hang around after school at St.Elmo and play around in the halls until we had to go the office and were told it was a bad idea, so we stopped and messed around on the grounds after school. We liked each other and we both liked the Red Skelton Show. We would goof around like we were Clem Kadittal Hopper. I know, spelling is bad. Anyway I sure do/will miss him.