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Percy Eugene Moore

Roanoke Valley, Virginia

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I will miss Percy dearly. He was my college Proctor as well as a friend to me and my family through the years at wildhurst. He picked me and my brothers and sisters up to go to wildhurst when we were little, and later, after our dad died, he took us to sunday school at Wildhurst. He was there when our father died. He was there when my brother got married at Wildhurst.

Living across from Mr. Moore for over 5 years, I always looked forward to Christmas when the lights would come on! Squirrels eating the wires or not, Mr. Moore had the light shining. A wonderful person, he will be missed.

So sorry to hear of the loss of Mr.Moore.My condolences to the entire family.You are in my thoughts and prayers

My deepest sympathy to the Moore family. I worked in the old Call Office on the Railroad. I knew Percy from calling him to work and from him coming in as a union rep. to the Call Office. When he retired the men lost a hard working and very caring rep. He was very knowledgeable about contracts and put his men first. Percy was a fine person, I am saddened to hear of your loss.

Gail my deepest sympathy. Remembering the best of times is a blessing.

Gail and Family: Gene's sister, Jo Ann, married our brother/uncle Joe Arthur. We knew him to be an exceptionally nice man and always very pleasant. We are sending you our heartfelt sympathy and you're in our prayers. God bless you.
Larry Arthur, Barbara Arthur & Rick Day

Gail you and your family are in our prayers. Percy was a beautiful person inside and out. He will be missed. Howard would have liked to have gotten to know him better.

My deepest condolences to the Moore family. I have fond memories of Percy. May you all find solitude in knowing Percy is in a better place.

May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.


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