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Glin Moore, 46, of Columbia, Mo., passed away June 16, 2013.
A Celebration Service will be held Thursday, June 20, 2013, at 6:30pm at Christian Chapel Church in Columbia at 3300 S. Providence Rd.
Glin was born January 31, 1967, in Amarillo, TX. He was a loving father, son, brother, uncle, nephew, and friend. Glin was easygoing and would do anything for anybody. He was always smiling and enjoyed being with his family and friends. He was an avid fan of the KC Chiefs and NASCAR. He enjoyed hunting, camping, boating and playing golf. He loved the outdoors.
He is survived by his son, Zachary Glindon Moore of Ashland, MO, his mother, Linda Moore, brother, Jason Moore (Stacey), sister, Ginger Riley (Scott), five nephews, Blake, Blair, Alex, Kellan, and Aiden, all of Columbia, grandmother, Pat Williams of Lubbock, TX and many loving aunts, uncles, and cousins.
He was preceded in death by his father, Elbert Glindon Moore, Jr., brother, Brian Kirk Moore and grandparents, E.G. Moore, Sr., Dovie Mae Moore and Leon Williams.
In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made to the Zachary Moore College Fund at any Boone County National Bank location.
stephen bush says
So sorry for your loss. Think about you.
jimmy and frances weesner says
We remember all the years of seeing you grow as our families were best friends,and living so far away these past 20 years hearing what a fine man you had become,makes it all the harder to say goodbye . Now with your passing, we send our love to your mom and family ,prayers of comfort and hope that the good memories of all you have been in this life will help heal broken hearts, and give peace and solace in the coming days. Thanking God for all the good memories we are Jimmy and Frances Weesner Melissa Wilder Neal & family ,Chad an Gina Weesner & boys and Dann Weesner and Olivia
Patty Orr says
I worked with Glin at Quaker,,,always had a smile on his face and could make people laugh…he will be missed…
Lois Emery says
Gllin will always be here in our hearts and minds. He just had an awesome outlook on life, even when times were tough. I am so glad I had the chance to be his friend and coworker.
Karrie Reno says
So sorry for your loss Linda, Jason, and Ginger. Glin and I grew up together, we rode the bus together, and then when we started driving, he would pick me up in that old black nova that had to be started with a screw driver. He later introduced me to my husband Eddie, and in September of this year we will be married 25 years, thanks to Glin!!!! He’s always had a smile on his face, to look at Glin, he never had a worry in the world. So….Glin….I love you, thanks for all the memories, you will be missed but never forgotten and I mean that from the bottom of my heart. I’m not saying good bye, but I will say see ya later!!!
Mrs Betty Kuster says
So sorry to hear of your loss. May God hold you in the palm of His hand and fill the void in All of you hearts and lives !!! Much Love, Betty Kuster
Dianne Clark says
To Glin’s family, I’m so sorry, for the loss of your Dad/Son, Glin’s was a great guy! I worked with him at Quaker Oats. He was such a nice guy, and he always had a smile. I don’t think he ever knew a stranger, because the minute he spoke to you, you were an instant friend! Glin, Rest in Peace my Friend!
Jim Maxwell says
I’m so sorry for your loss, Glin and I were long time friends and he will be sorely missed. Prayers to his family that they find peace. Rest in Peace Glin.