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1930 CLARENCE 2014


April 1, 1930 — October 3, 2014


Mr. Clarence Moore, age 84, passed away Friday, October 3, 2014, at his home in Pine Knot, Kentucky, with his family by his side,

Clarence was born April 1, 1930, in Pine Knot, to the late William Clarence and Lydia (Adkins) Moore.  Besides his parents, he is preceded in death by his first wife Julia (Stephens) Moore, his son and daughter-in-law Larry and Brenda Moore, his brothers; Donald, Howard and Floyd Moore, and three sisters; Viola Bolton, Laura Belle Creekmore, and Mary Moore Creekmore and a step-son Joseph David Webb

Surviving family include his wife Christine (Dople) Moore of Pine Knot, Daughters Donna (and Farrell) Turner of Stearns, Bridget (and Steve) New of Whitley City, step-children; Shirley(and Wendell) Leach, Wanda (and Cecil) Roberts, Ronnie Webb, Phyllis (and Jonathan) King, Edward (and Joyce) Webb, Alene (and Robert) Baird, Gary (and Suzette) Webb, Carolyn (and Darrell Willis and Betty (and Bruce) Ashton. 

Surviving sisters are Ruby King of Strunk and Goldie Sue Davis of Williamsburg.  Together, Clarence and Christine had 30 grandchildren including Heather Cordell, Keshia (and James) Kidd, Tonya (and Henry) Hackler and Rebecca Dawn Synder, and 20 great-great grandchildren.

Clarence had been a carpenter for Ray Hinkle Construction.  He also worked on lawn mowers and small equipment. He enjoyed singing and playing music, especially Bluegrass music. He liked to squirrel and coon hunt.  He enjoyed good preaching and was a member of the East Pine Knot Tabernacle Church of God.

Funeral services were held at 2pm Monday, October 6, 2014, in the chapel of Pine Knot Funeral Home with Rev. Bily Mitchell and Bro. Harold Baird officiating.  Burial was at the Upper Cal Hill Cemetery in Pine Knot.  

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