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Moore, William Joseph “Bill”

Moore, William Joseph “Bill”

June 5, 1963 — March 19, 2020

Mr. William Joseph Moore, “Bill”, son of William Harvey Moore and Patricia Rogers, was born June 5, 1963 in Kansas City, Missouri. He graduated from Ruskin High School in South Kansas City, Missouri. Bill was married to Tammie in 1982. They were married 37 years. This union was blessed with 3 children and 1 grandchild. Bill worked for the United States Postal Service for 36 years. He worked at the Parkville station, the Raytown station and the downtown Kansas City Processing and Distribution Center. During the last year, he worked in the office. He would always bring music in and play for his co-workers. Bill loved to spend time with his family and adored his granddaughter Elena. He loved family gatherings. He loved playing the guitar. He enjoyed going fishing with his brothers. He loved to tell stories and make people laugh. He was loved by all who came in contact with him. He died at the hospital on March 19, 2020. The Coronavirus was causing many restrictions at the time of his death. We were not allowed to have services for him because of the restrictions put on the amount of people that could be in a gathering at one time. Bill is survived by his wife Tammie Moore, his sons Eric Moore (Ashley) and Bryan Moore, his daughter Kristin Moore and his granddaughter Elena, his mother Pat Rogers (Vandy), his brothers Larry Moore (Marisol) and Bob Moore (Laurie), and his sister Patty Dimarco (Jeff). He was preceded in death by his father, William Harvey Moore, his grandparents, Lester E. and Helen M. Moore, and Albert E. and Ruth E. Sutherland.

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Moore, William Joseph “Bill”'s Guestbook

Fire Marshall Bill has he was so fondly known has from the Raytown Postal Clerks He will be missed by his co-workers that worked with him We will never be able to forget Fire Marshall Bill he was truly a friend And a beloved family man He loved his family he always spoke kindly of them He will truly be missed RIP

Mickey D

He was Mickey and Boo brother in christ.the fun we have working together where its was hard to miss a day of work our love and pray from our family to your I know he's up there still playing the guitar

Boo Gunnels

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