Willie-Moore-Obituary

Willie A. Moore Jr.

Nashville, Tennessee

Age 88

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Willie A. Moore, Jr. (Bop)Nashville - Age 88, departed this life October 7, 2019. Preceded in death by his wife, Juanita, of 53 years, as well as his parents, siblings, many aunts, uncles, cousins, dear friends and colleagues. Willie is survived by his son, Reginald; cousins including, Roy and...

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Mr. Moore's light will forever shine in the minds, hearts and memories of the Burrell High School Band members. We all loved, respected and cherished all he taught us as students. Our condolences and prayers of comfort for all the family members on his homegoing. (Class of 1962)

Burrell Slater High School Class of 1965

Burrell Slater High School Class of 1965

Be comforted in knowing that your Dad left a living heritage of a lifetime achievement legacy. Naturally, we are grieved to hear of his homegoing. But, we know that he is just another soldier gone home to get his reward. Love and Blessings always.

I only learned of Mr. Moore's passing this morning and and was unaware he resided in this city. May the family be comforted and know of the eternal gratitude from my sister Vivian, brother-in-law Leonard, & me having the extremely great fortune of being in a high school band directed by Mr.Moore. His unparalleled talent for music and teaching left a legacy that will forever endure in that region and in our hearts.

Nina Lovelace

Wednesday, 16 October 2019

To: Our Beloved Bereaved W. A. Moore, Jr. Family

From: Families of Alfreda Moore, El Paso, TX,
and Joseph E. Moore, Sr. Boston, MA


Please be comforted in knowing that my cousin Willie Jr. would remind us of this; "When you hear of my Homegoing, Don't worry about me, I'm just another Soldier gone on to Heaven to get my reward." And, Reggie, think of the beautiful heritage he left all of us to...

"I go to prepare a place for you" if I go and prepare a place for you, I will come again and receive you to myself, that where I am you may be also. (John 14:2) Many believe death is the end of life, but Christians know it is the portal to eternal life. When Christ died on the cross and rose again, He went on ahead to prepare a place for us. We can take great comfort in knowing our loved ones who are believers in Jesus are with him in a real place called Heaven. Instead of mourning...