Moore, William "Bill" W.


William “Bill” W. Moore was born on Jaunary 27, 1922 in Stephenville, Texas and passed away on November 25, 2012 in Dallas, Texas.

He was preceded in death by
Val, his beloved wife of 62 years; his sister, Margaret; and his brothers; Allen, Leon and J.C.

He is survived by his sister; Jean Keffer; his children, Bill
Moore, Jr. and Margaret Sartain;
grandsons, James Syring and wife, Catherine, and Corey Sartain and wife Misty; 5 great-grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews.

He was a member of the Walnut Hill Church of Christ for 31 years. Bill graduated from McCamey High School in McCamey, Texas and started his college education at North Texas Uni-
versity. This was interrupted when
he enlisted in the United States Army during World War ll where he reached the rank of sergeant. He worked on the base newspaper until his was transferred to the hospital trains that transported wounded soldiers around the country. Following the war he graduated from Sul Ross College. He started his work career
as the editor of his home town
newspaper. He went on to work in
a variety of positions including merchandise management and general
manager of two trading stamp com-
panies, managing partner of 2 gro-
cery stores, and co-founded a pic-
ture framing business. A tireless
worker, he finally retired in 2005.

Some of Bill

One condolence on “Moore, William "Bill" W.”

Susan George says:

Dear More Family: I am so very sorry for your great loss of your dearly beloved father and grandfather and brother William. May your family find comfort in the promises given to us by Our Very Loving Creator Jehovah God. John 5:28,29 & Revelation 21:4,5 he promises to bring William back to life in the resurrection right here on earth in the near future and end all sickness,suffering,sadness and death forever.

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Uncle Willard & Aunt Val Gean Wiese
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