Milton Moore
1934 - 2021
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COLLINSVILLE — Milton Glenn Moore, 86, of Collinsville, born May 1, 1934 in Perryville, Missouri and passed away Wednesday, March 24, 2021 at Anderson Hospital in Maryville.



Milton was a family man and enjoyed watching his children and grandchildren grow up. He was raised in the Perryville area and worked on the farm and then went on to be a short hall truck driver where he retired from the union.



He was preceded in death by his wife, Ruth (nee Frazer) Moore whom he married July 19, 1953 in Caseyville; his grandson, Jacob Lee Casper; parents, Carl T. and Frances M. (nee Nesslein) Moore; brothers-in-law, Joe (Jeanne) Westfall, George Doerr, Tom Wilson and Wayne Frazer.



Surviving are his daughters, Debbie (Mike) Byrd of Collinsville, Pamela Sue Moore of Lebanon, Kathleen (Bill) Coffman of Wood River and Angela (Kerry Phillips) Miller of Milstadt; grandchildren, Wendi Munguia, Shane and Brandon Gentry, William, Zachary and Daniel Coffman, Tim Moore and Heather Fairless; great-grandchildren, Miranda, Alex and Noah Munguia, Madison, Grace, Kailey and Austin Gentry, Amelia and Oliver Moore, Quinn Coffman and Alexandria Fairless; sisters-in-law, Barbara Doerr, Rita Wilson and Sharyn (Clarence) Klostermann; nieces, nephews, cousins and many friends.



Memorials may be made to Friedens United Church of Christ, 207 E Center St, Troy, IL 62294.



Online expressions of sympathy may be made at www.Richesonfh.com



Family services will be held Saturday at Friedens United Church of Christ, Troy, IL, with Tim Harrison officiating with interment in St. Clair Memorial Park, Belleville, IL. RICHESON FUNERAL HOME, Troy, IL



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Published in Edwardsville Intelligencer on Mar. 27, 2021.
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