Palmer Moore
FUNERAL HOME
Schoedinger Funeral and Cremation Services - Worthington
6699 North High Street
Worthington, OH
Palmer "Stub" Moore, 79, of Worthington, OH passed away Sunday, October 10th, 2021. Born in Ithaca, NY on October 20, 1941, Palmer graduated from Penn Yan Academy graduating class 1959 and studied engineering and electronics at Mohawk Community College and University of Buffalo. He also served as Chief Gunnery Officer in the US Navy from years 1960 to 1966.
He was survived by his beloved life partner Juliann Breeding; Mother, Frances Hinson; sister, Marlene Ouellette; children, Paul Pulver (wife Cindy Ion), Matheau Moore, Marlene Moore, and Clayton Moore (fiancé Gina Chorn); grandchildren, Michael Pulver (wife Melissa Pulver), Matheau Pulver; mother of Marlene and Clayton, Deirdre Moore (husband Ed Ritzel). Also survived by many extended family members. Preceded in death by father, Palmer Eugene Moore; son, Brian Moore; grandchildren, Palmer Brian Moore, Joseph Jonathon Moore; great grandson, Caleb Pulver; husband of Marlene Ouellette, Greg Ouellette; wife of Matheau Moore, Emily Noble; and mother of Brian and Matteau, Roxanne Moore.

Palmer Moore was a legend: charismatic, energetic and unstoppable. With the most exuberant smile, Palmer's passion for life brought laughter and joy to hearts all over the country, proudly promoting pickleball and finger style guitar all along the way. Palmer had a deep and devoted love for being with family; he loved making pizza, playing golf, watching the Buffalo Bills, spending the summers in his hometown lake, Keuka Lake, and spending early springs in Florida. He was the founder of Ohio Fingerstyle Guitar Club; was inducted into the Thumb Picker's National Hall of Fame in Muhlenberg County, Kentucky; stage manager of the Thumb Picker's room annually at Chet Atkins Appreciation society; organized and played in the Finger Style Guitar sessions on Tuesday nights at Scotty McBeans and then later the McConnell Arts Center; organizer of the Penn Yan Academy '59 class reunions. Palmer worked for Mohawk Data, helped develop and sell a voice answering network, then worked at JTS and later owned a consulting company, Worldwide Computer People, prior to retirement. Palmer was very active in Worthington Rotary, received a Paul Harris Fellow recognition, Linworth United Methodist Church, Linworth Alternative High School, PTA, McConnell Arts Center, active with local civic and political organizations, instrumental in establishing the Worthington skate park complex, and pickleball courts throughout the U.S. Palmer was the most encouraging and supportive person and a friend to all in addition to being one of the most unique individuals in the world, one that will never be forgotten, and one that will certainly be missed by all.

Funeral arrangements will be held on Sunday, October 17th. Visitation will be from 11am - 1pm with a small ceremony at 12:30 to celebrate memories from loved ones and two songs. Celebration of life will follow from 1pm - 3pm. Funeral will take place at the Schoedinger Funeral home at 6699 N. High St. in Worthington, OH 43085.

In lieu of flowers, the family asks that donations be made to the following places that Palmer loved:

Thumb Picker's Hall of Fame
C/O Joe Hudson
95 Kinney Lane
Greenville, KY 42345

The Columbus Zoo and Aquarium
https://give.columbuszoo.org/
PO Box 400
Powell, OH 43065
Published by Schoedinger Funeral and Cremation Services - Worthington on Oct. 13, 2021.
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MEMORIAL EVENTS
Oct
17
Visitation
11:00a.m. - 1:00p.m.
Schoedinger Funeral and Cremation Service - Worthington
6699 N High St, Worthington, OH
Oct
17
Celebration of Life
1:00p.m. - 3:00p.m.
Schoedinger Worthington Chapel
6699 High Street, Worthington, OH
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Palmer introduced me to Chet Atkins and fingerpicking guitar when we were in college together. He was one of a kind.
Mary Lapointe
December 13, 2021
I met Palmer once at the Chet Atkins convention. He was an engaging exuberant character possessed of an engaging smile , with such a passion for finger style guitar.
Ron Clifton
November 6, 2021
Stub, we will miss you. You could always make me smile no matter!!
Judy Fetterman Hey
School
October 17, 2021
Our deepest and sympathies to his family and friends. May God bless and welcome him.
James and Sandra Mouse
Friend
October 15, 2021
That smile says everything! I officially met "Palmah" in 1999, when he convinced me to attend the annual Chet Atkins convention in Nashville, TN. We've been "pickin' buddies" ever since. My fondest memory is how he loved my guitar arrangement of "How Great Thou Art," so much so that he "stole" it from me and "Chet-ified" the second chorus just to "show-off." I'll never forget that silly grin once he finished playing it for me at one of the Ohio Fingerstyle gatherings. Rest easy, good buddy. I'll see you in my dreams, doncha know.
Bruce H. Mock, PhD, Indianapolis, IN
Friend
October 14, 2021
Sending you my love and deepest sympathy.
Erica Blinn
Friend
October 13, 2021
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