James-Moore-Obituary

Photo courtesy of Reynolds Hamrick Funeral Homes & Crematory

In Memory Of

James Willard Moore

Waynesboro, Virginia

Apr 5, 1931 - Dec 5, 2012

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I am saddened to hear of the passing of one our US Air Force brothers who served at Brady Field in Japan. There is a webpage about Brady showing many pictures. http://aa7gc.net/brady/

Richard Wolfe, Covington, WA

I have many fond memories vistiting with the Moore family, but visiting over the holidays and watching Ohio State football at their house will not be forgotten. Mr. Moore was a man of few words, but when he said something, you listened. He demanded respect, and he got it. Betty, Rose, Erica, and the rest of the Moore clan, I am deeply sorry for your loss. He will be missed dearly by all that knew him.

Betty, Rose and Erica
Our prayers are with all of you in the loss of your husband and father. He is now at peace. We miss all of you here in Norwalk, OH.
Rod, Linda, Jerry Harris and Virginia White

I!m so very sorry for your loss. Jim was a great neighbor & father. I babysat for the girls. He tried to set me up for a date when I was in 9th grade with the son of a pharmacist he knew. We did go out!! He was fun to be around. I!m sure lots of people will miss him!

Erica, we are deeply saddened to learn of your loss. Please extend our condolences to your family.
God bless,
Pipo and Levia

Jim was a special friend and neighbor.
He always met me with a smile or a joke.
I think he loved life and people close to him.
Goodby for now old friend

What a great person to have had in my life. Mr. Moore, as I knew him, was always courteous, kind and a great roll model for a young little neighbor boy playing next door. God bless you Mr. Moore. Til we meet again.

To the Moore family,

I remember a happy, easy going neighbor that handled with such grace things like a golf ball going through the Moore kitchen window. The next thing Jim saw after I used a 9 iron in stead of the recommended pitching wedge at the Evans driving range (ie...our back yard) was a 12 y/o (me) neighbor knocking at his door, claiming the it was extremely windy out today. So today I toast Jim Moore....Toad Hall and the wonderful Moore family.....miss you all..

My early childhood memories of Uncle Jim was his camera! I remember Aunt Bette and Uncle Jim coming to Atlantic City with that camera around his neck. He is at peace now and out of pain, my prayers are with all of you! Love you, Patti

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Waynesboro, VA: James (Jim) Willard Moore, 81, of Waynesboro, died on December 5, 2012 at Shenandoah House in Fishersville, VA Jim was born on April 5, 1931 in Washington Court House, Ohio. He was the only son of the late John Willard and Dorothy Virginia (Wiatt) Moore. Jim served in the United...

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