David Ross Moore II
1965 - 2021
BORN
1965
DIED
2021
David Ross Moore II

Port Orange - David R Moore II of Port Orange passed unexpectedly on August 4, 2021. David was born in Toledo, Ohio in 1965 and moved to Daytona Beach in 1969. He graduated from Spruce Creek High School in 1983 and attended Daytona Beach Community College where he graduated as an auto mechanic with an associate of science degree. David started work at the News Journal in 1983 and retired in 2003. He then opened David Moore Auto Service and was a loved member of the community. David enjoyed flipping houses and he was a licensed real estate agent. He enjoyed going to the Florida keys. He was involved in auto racing and enjoyed car shows. He is survived by his daughter Hayley, 25 and son Hayden, 21. He is also survived by his loving wife of 26 years Jill. David's parents Lynne and Dave Moore his brother Darrin Moore and Darrin's wife Dee. David leaves six nieces and two nephews whom he enjoyed spending time with. There will be a celebration of his life at a later date due to the Covid resurgence in the area.



Published by Daytona Beach News-Journal from Aug. 20 to Aug. 22, 2021.
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To David's family I offer my sympathy He was a great guy. David was a exceptional man, I liked him the minute I met him. He helped a lot of people, he never turned anyone down, David did a lot of work on my Corvette. We always had a lot of laughs at the shop I will miss him very much, love you man
JosephTRusso
Friend
August 24, 2021
David was a very exceptional man I like in the minute I met him everyone who knew him like him he helped a lot of people he never turned anyone down Dave did a lot of work on my Corvette we will always had a lot of laughs at the shop I will miss him very much rest in peace David love you man Joe Corvette
JosephTRusso
Friend
August 24, 2021
David. You´ll be missed. May God hold you in his loving hands . Rest In Peace
Carmen & Abe. Agront
Friend
August 23, 2021
To the Moore family, my deepest condolences. Dave was a great guy, fun, kind, generous, and oh, how he loved his family! Years ago he worried about me having faulty lights on my Blazer, and rewired the entire truck for 100.00, because he was worried about a single mom driving her son around unsafely. I've never forgotten that, nor being given shelter during a hurricane and countless meals and friendship. I hope and pray your memories of Dave comfort you as you mourn. He, and all of you, made this world a better place. ~Beth
L Beth Beekman
August 23, 2021
I grew up with Dave in the same neighborhood for many years. His brother Darrin and I grew up together being great friends. Dave was definitely a person always willing to help anyone out that needed it.....especially if you had a problem with whatever it was you were driving. Many great memories of when Dave owned his own race car and had another one of our neighborhood friends drive for him...now the late JD Clark. JD could drive the wheels off anything....literally. Then there was the many Friday night poker games at Dave's house.Man I definitely miss those Friday night's. I should mention a very good friend of Dave's and ours....Robert Iler who unfortunetly also just recently passed away.Bob was also a mainstay at the Friday night poker games. Yes.....Dave is truly missed by a bunch of people....and surely missed by his brother Darrin and his Dad and mom. So remember Dave....and you too Bob....keep a seat ready for me up there at the poker game. I will be ready to play when i get up there with you guys.
Duane Kennard
August 22, 2021
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