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Phil Moore, 63, Kansas City, Missouri passed away May 27, 2020 at the Kansas City VA Medical Center, Kansas City, Missouri. Funeral services will be held 10:00 AM, Monday June 1, 2020 at Heartland Cremation & Burial Society, 6113 Blue Ridge Blvd., Raytown, Missouri, followed by a burial at the Missouri State Veterans Cemetery in Higginsville, Missouri.
Phil was born November 28, 1956 in Wiesbaden, Germany. He served in the US Air Force. Phil held high respect for military and veterans. His patriotism was evident from the flag pole standing in his yard, in the way he honored the National Anthem by standing at attention and saluting (even at home) and all the way to patriotic clothing and accessories that he wore. Phil worked in corrections for the State of Tennessee. He went on to serve as prisoner transportation manager for Palm Beach County, Florida. Phil then went to work as a security officer in the Kansas City area. He loved riding his motorcycle, riding with his parents and brother, The Patriot Guard and the Swordbearers for Christ. Phil and his wife Connie had a biker wedding in Spring Hill, Florida. He will be missed.
Phil was preceded in death by his father Tim Moore. He is survived by: his wife of 20 years, Connie; son, Bryan; daughter, Diana and son, Randall; his mother, Bertie; a brother, Paul; stepdaughter, Lori and three grandchildren.
Larry Coates says
JP, you will surely be missed and not ever replaced. R.I.P. sir.
Scott Walden says
You were a very loving and special man… I enjoyed riding with you and am honored to have been able call you my friend…rest in peace brother ??
Mike and Pam Waldman says
J.P. you were a brother to me. From the time we met at Offutt until the end. We might not seen each other for several years, but we thought of you often. Until we meet again.
Steve & Melinda Nap says
J.P., I will never forget those years working with you and all the good times spent together. I will miss you calling me Stevoooh. I’m blessed to have been your friend all those years. Melinda and I will miss you.
Dale Walker says
Love binds us here and hereafter.
May the peace of God bless you and comfort you.
Pamela Peake says
Connie and family,
I just saw this sad news of your loss. My heartfelt love and prayers that God provides comfort and needs as you move through this time of sorrow.
Sending my love.
Pam (Carter) Peake.
Bobby Shed says
My condolences to the family, God bless. JP was the that hired me as a transport officer for the Palm Beach County