Timothy-Moore-Obituary

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Timothy Moore

Lexington, Kentucky

May 11, 1960 – Oct 29, 2016 (Age 56)

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MOORE, Timothy M., loving father of Michael J. (Melissa) Moore, Jennifer Moore and Lisa (Brian) Hauser. Devoted grandfather of Nicolas, Elizabeth, Timothy II, and Michael P. Moore, Aaron Jr., Ava, Aaden and Jason Smith, Jakesen, Jessie, Carter and Kyler Hauser. Dear brother of Sharon Neighbors...

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Detective Jason Schweitzer was a dear friend and I had the honor to attend his funeral yesterday. I did not know Timothy Moore, but I wanted to extend my condolences to your family on the tragic loss of such a wonderful man. Jason was a wonderful judge of character, and by the way I've heard he really took to your father in the few minutes he had to chat with him. Please know that all of Louisville, Ky is praying for you all during this difficult time. May God wrap his arms around your...

To the Beautiful Family of Timothy Moore,
Our heart's are broke beyond word's. This father,grandfather took the time to give a total stranger directions not knowing was ahead. Your father was mention at Detective Jason Schweitzer funeral, as a man with a wonderful family and how he loved his grandchildren. There are no words we can say to ease your pain, Jason's family. But know God has his loving arms around each one of his children, grandchildren. You will continue to be in our...

So sorry for your loss. I worked with your Tim for the past several months.I still can't believe he is gone. Was a pleasure to work with. My thoughts and prayers are with you. He will greatly be missed. Gerard

On behalf of the AmVets Post 123, AmVets Riders Chapter 123, and the AmVets Riders Department of Kentucky, we send our prayers and deepest condolences.

Tim you were a good man it was a pleasure working with you the past 12 years you will be missed around here.

Mike was like a loving brother to me. The bond we shared started the moment we met. Never did we argue or ever really disagree. We shared many meals together and had a lot of laughs. He was a soft spoken man with a gentle, caring spirit. And he was highly intelligent. He was a devoted father and friend. If you needed him to come he would be there, even after a full day of work and no sleep, if need be. He was loved and respected by many. And he was patient. We had things in common from...