Sarah: We were so sorry to hear about your loss. Ray was a special person and always made us feel special when we interacted with him at Georgia Tech events. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
Carole and Amyn Teja
I'm sorry for your lost and may God be with you and your family.
He was an Atlanta icon and always will be.
Mr. Moore was a great human being. He was always pleasnt to be around. God now has someone who can interview everybody. Thank God for loaning Ray to us.
As the days and weeks pass, and as you return to life's routine, may you continue to feel comforted by the love and support of family and friends.
May the peace promised in God's Word(John 14:27) sustain all of you and help you endure.
Renee - Atlanta, GA
I had to smile when I read my colleague, Don McClellan, write about Ray's accuracy. As the young woman who had the privilege to anchor the noon news with Ray in the early 80's, I would benefit from that accuracy daily. Ray was such a gentleman, he would always wait until commercial breaks to gently tell me all the mistakes I had just made, in pronunciation or grammar. At first I would challenge him, but after looking up my mistakes time and time again and finding Ray ALWAYS right, I just learned to be grateful for my instant education. Another colleague wrote, "when you looked up southern gentleman in the dictionary, there would be a picture of Ray Moore." How true. Lynn Harasin
Sarah and sons, the voice of Ray Moore still resonates in my heart's ear, long after he went off the air! He was an Atlanta fixture, right up there with Martin Luther King, Jr, Robert Shaw....
Please accept my deepest sympathy and sorrow for your loss. A great, humble, honest, generous and mellifluous man has found the peace that passeth all understanding.
One of the great associations for my wife, Jeneve, and myself. We were delighted to be in Ray and Sarah's home, and always delighted in conversation with the remarkable Ray Moore. What a magnificent ambassador and what a stellar man of God. Harold and Jeneve Brooks
Steve and Carolyn, Rick and I are so sorry for your loss. Being from Carrollton originally, I have fond tv memories of your dad from an early age .... What a great man he was! He will be greatly missed by many. God bless you, Robin Reeve Allen
Phil and I both grew up in Atlanta, and both our families enjoyed his TV presence in our homes. In addition, we have had the privilege of being in the same church family with Ray at Oak Grove UMC over the past 12 years. What wonderful narration he offered for our Christmas and Easter musical celebrations! We will miss this kind gentleman but know he is now with our Lord.
Russ Moore and Family I am sorry to hear of your Father's passing. I grew up watching him on "the news" and as a teenager from a small town thought it was grand to meet him and to have you as a youth director at my church. Prayers,
Tressy Adams Treadwell (Tallapoosa First Methodist)
Ray was such a great Man.Loved his news.
In loving memory of a wonderful person. We will love you and miss you always.
I will always remember Mr. Ray Moore. He was a very kind and friendly man. I first knew him (as a child) from TV, and later from Georgia Tech. I had the honor working with him temporily and then helping he and Sarah while working at OIT department at GT. He is a fine man and will be missed by friends and especially his family. As good as he was, I am sure he is in heaven.
God bless you Sarah and Russ.
'Carolyn Bruce' Stallings
OIT Dept. GT (Retired)
Sara and family, I grieve for each of you and all of us, but know Ray is with God right now, wherever that might be. I don't know what Heaven is like, but I'm sure Ray is there. He was as close to God as anyone I've ever known, and this relationship showed in all of his life and in his love for you. Larrie Del and I had the wonderful privilege of learning from him while we were together at Trinity many years ago. What a glorious time that was. He shared his kindness and wisdom with everyone, and the times when a few of us would meet for lunch and prayer are some of the highlights of my life. Thank you for supporting him and sharing him with us. He enriched the world in so many extraordinary ways, but the one that means the most to us was just talking with him and feeling his incredible warmth and the depth of his character. That place we call Heaven but know nothing about just got a little better, because one of the true saints of our time has arrived. I won't be able to attend the service, because I'm working in Macedonia as a member of the Peace Corps, but will be with you in spirit. Love, Joe
The Fleeman family of Fleeman's Pharmacy extends our sympathies and prayers. My Dad always thought of Ray as a friend.
Ray Moore was a newsman's newsman. His wise counsel, personal integrity and consummate professionalism were evident in everything he did. They don't make journalists like Ray any more. And it's too bad. Lord knows, our complex world needs them as never before. May Ray's family and loved ones find God's comfort as we who were privileged to know him note with sorrow the passing of this good and decent man.
I am so sorry for your great loss. May the God who is 'binding up the broken hearted and comforting those mourning' sustain you during this most difficult time. (Isa.61:1,2). Again, my deepest sympathies.
God bless the extended family of Mr. Ray Moore.
W. & J. Parrish
my deepest condolences
to the moor family.
May your hearts soon be filled with wonderful memories of joyful times together as you celebrate a life well lived.
Thank you, sir, for helping make the Atlanta area a great place to be from, God rest your soul, and may the Holy Spirit comfort your family.
My deepest condolences for your loss.May the God of comfort be with you at this most difficult time. Isaiah 61:2
With deepest sympathy to the family.
Ray was the consumate gentleman and professional. I so much enjoyed an association with him at EES and GTRI (as part of work with Industrial Extension).
Ray Moore... The absolute best!
I'm so sad that Ray has gone from us. He was not only a wonderful boss for me, but a kind and caring true gentleman. AND a legendary newsman that Atlanta will never forget!