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Dr.  Joseph C. "Joe" Moore Obituary
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October 19, 2018

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This Guest Book will remain online permanently courtesy of Brown & Sons Funeral Homes & Crematory (43rd St. Chapel) - Bradenton 43rd St. Chapel.
May 11, 2018
My father, Dr. Paul Jagers, credits Dr. Moore with his decision to go into optometry. My father was new married and between jobs when he visited his parents in Bradenton. While sitting on a bench, he saw Dr. Moore leave his office and felt God's leading to speak to him. Dr. Moore invited him to a fish fry at his home, told him about optometry, and recommended he visit the school in Memphis. My father would graduate three years later. Thank you Dr. Moore!
January 17, 2018
I just heard about Dr. Moore and my thoughts are with the family. He was such a great guy and I have such good memories of him and all of you. My dad's one wish was to catch even a 10th of the fish that Doc Moore caught.
January 15, 2018
I was one of the kids that grew up on the bayou peninsula back in the sixties and seventies along with the Moore family. Dr. Moore was definitely one of the great dads of our little neck of the woods and you knew it because whenever you saw him he was with his family. Being lovers of the water ourselves we saw Dr. Moore and the boys out on the water many a day enjoying their craft catching fish. There were many times when Dr. Moore would stop by to drop off smoked mullet at our house in order to share the bounty. One of my funniest memories of Dr. Moore was one day when I was in high school he had taken his boat over to the boat ramp just across from our house which is about a half mile from their house. Because he had no one to help him that day he was walking home to get his trailer to bring his boat home. I happened to go whizzing by him on my dads moped when he yelled hey Ricky I thought oh no I'm going to get yelled at for going too fast on my moped. When I stopped, he said, hey I need a ride home, to which I said, well hop on. And so, we went whizzing down Riverview Blvd on a moped together. Must have been quite a sight. My thoughts and prayers are with the entire great Moore family. It was great growing up with you guys.
January 14, 2018
Just heard of this at church this morning, sorry we missed the celebration of Dr. Moore's life. Matt enjoyed his visits to the bar so much, he has many good memories. He was a great man and will be missed. Hugs and prayers to the whole family.