James "Red" Moore
Hines Home Of Funerals, Inc.
595 West Lake Avenue NW
Atlanta, GA
MOORE, James 'Red' Celebration of Life Services for Deacon James "Red" Moore age 99 was the last surviving member of The Original Atlanta Black Crackers will be held Saturday February 13, 2016 at 11 am at Springfield Missionary Baptist Church 1730 Hollywood Rd NW Rev. Dr. Authur Carson Pastor officiating Interment Monte Vista Biblical Gardens. Deacon Moore is survived by his devoted wife Mrs. Mary Moore, other relatives and friends. Viewing will be held Today from 2-7pm. The cortege will assemble at 2624 Abner Pl NW at 10:30 am. Hines Home of Funerals, Inc. 595 West Lake Ave NW 404-792-2400.

Published by Atlanta Journal-Constitution from Feb. 7 to Feb. 12, 2016.
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Celebration of Life
Springfield Missionary Baptist Church
1730 Hollywood Rd NW, GA
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To the Moore family and friends my name is Michael Echols my father's name is Melvin "Sunny Jim" Echols , Mr. Moore and my dad played ball together for the Atlanta Black Crackers, I know they where good friends, I remember seeing the joy in their faces when they would be together, joy and laughter peace and love I know they are together again. Up in that big game, above. I can see them and the other players.
Just playing the game they all loved all day . My condolences blessing to you all, may GOD bless you .
Michael Echols
March 8, 2016
I'm devastated to hear of the loss of such a great man. It was truly a gift to have known him even in such the short capacity that I was blessed to. My deepest thoughts go out to your family and to the wonderful Mrs. Moore, both of you will always hold a special place in my heart.
Morgan Galloway
February 20, 2016
We sincerely regret the loss of your love one James Red Moore. He was warm, friendly, Godly, kind, knowledgeable and he will shorely be miss. We will continue to prayer for the family that God will give them strength.

Carolyn and Ed Husband
carolyn Husband
February 12, 2016
Mother Moore I'm sorry to hear of the demised of Dea. Moore; praying for you and family. God will give you strength and comfort in this season of your life. "Earth has no sorrow, that heaven cannot heal". You are Loved!
Ola Reynolds
February 12, 2016
With deepest sympathy during your time of loss. Uncle Red was truly an inspiration to the families of Perry Blvd.
Mildred "Tina" Carter Ross
February 12, 2016
Mother Moore,
I'm so sorry to hear of the passing of Deac. You all were such a beautiful couple and joy to see whenever I would come home to Springfield. I shall never forget his unfailing love for the Lord, you, and his time with the Atlanta Black Crackers.

I am eternally grateful that he would take the time out of his schedule to come and share his journey through the Negro Baseball League with my students. That was a bit of history that I know they, and I will cherish.

I love you dearly.
Danithea (Dee) Ward
February 11, 2016
My peace and love surrounded your family.know that God is with you always. With deepest sympathy!
Chip Thorthon
February 11, 2016
chip thotthon
February 10, 2016
To Sister Mary Moore & Family With our deepest Sympathy! We are so blessed by God to have known Deacon James(Red)Moore. His smile and strength will always be with us. The neighborhood community will always be with you.
Carver Hills Community
February 10, 2016
February 8, 2016
My prayers and condolences goes to the Family of Deacon Moore. May the Lord lighten your sorrows with sweet memories.
Betty Mason
February 8, 2016
Uncle Red was/is truly an inspiration to me. Because of his legacy and impact, I feel as though I can do anything and have the courage to go after my dreams. I am proud to be his niece and will be sure to tell his story to the next generation and generations to come. He is truly a part of Black and American History. Continuing to pray for the healing of our family.

With Love,
Andria Mapp
February 8, 2016
Deacon Moore was a pillar in the Scotts Crossing community. He taught all of us how to play baseball and to be gentlemen. He leaves a legacy of respect and honor that few men have achieved. May GOD embrace his family with peace.
Carl Trimble-Mason
February 7, 2016
Carl Mason
February 7, 2016
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