David Wayne Moore

September 25, 1946 - January 8, 2020
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603 E. Everly Brothers Blvd
Central City, KY 42330
Friday 1/10, 10:00 am

BEECHMONT – David Wayne Moore, 73, of Beechmont, died Wednesday, January 8, 2020, at 4:35PM at Owensboro Health Regional Hospital. Mr. Moore was born September 25, 1946, in Muhlenberg County. He was a railroad train master with Illinois Central Railroad, and of the Christian faith. He loved to spend time outside and enjoyed deer hunting.Continue Reading

Cookie Piper left a message on January 13, 2020:
Barb I am so very sorry about Davids passing May God comfort you in the days and week to come as only he can I am just across the street if you ever need me I am just a call away love u
Sheri DiGeorge left a message on January 10, 2020:
Barbara, we are so sorry to hear of David's passing. He was a very special person with many talents and always knew how to make us laugh. Even though we haven't seen him in a long time, we have great memories of him and his amazing stories! May the memories you shared warm your heart and give you peace. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
Sheri and Tom DiGeorge
Bill Hicks left a message on January 10, 2020:
David and I grew up the same neighborhood, South First and South Second. We did many things together such as playing electric football, fishing, and playing baseball. He claimed a couple of years ago I introduced him to the game of baseball on the sandlot where we played. Emmett, David's dad, was good to take David and his friends to various ballgames. I remember running out of the house early one morning to see flames shooting from the roof of the Moore Apartments. Later that morning we invited the Moore family to come into our house. They came with all they had-the clothes on their back. RIP old friend and condolence to Barbara.
Hugh Sweatt left a message on January 9, 2020:
David and I were born three days apart at Muhlenberg Community Hospital. Dimple (his mother) and my mother were friends and joked about who would arrive first. I've known since boyhood but unfortunately haven't been in contact for several years. I have always found him to be a straight shooter. I am out of state and will be unable to attend his service but I leave prayers for Barbara and the family.
Ruth Ann Logsdon left a message on January 9, 2020:
Barbara I am so sorry about David. I had prayer for you last night. Love and prayers to you. I won't be at Rose Hill. I can't Stand for any length of time.
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