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Dad you left too soon, way way too soon
Why did you leave Dad? My days are now sad
Why didn’t you stay a tad?
I know your health was very bad
But you were my dad, all I had
I miss you so much, this is such.
Though I know God knows what is best
And he has put you through many test
But now he called you home to take a rest
Dad your soul is gone, I can’t even call you on the phone
I will miss joking and laughing with you
Now I’m down and out feeling very blue
Dad I know that I truly love you. 💘
I hope your friends and family met you at the Heavenly gate
Hope now you have your wings and able to soar
Like Heavenly angels flying with their wings
Living it up like queens and kings
Please come back and visit me when you can
I know you were a good father and a good man
Just know that I was one of your biggest fan
Never let go always hold onto my hands
Life is a journey, this is true
Dad remember I love you!
By: Lisa Soto Colon
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Kenneth D. Moore passed in peace, May 27, 2021 at the age of 84 years old. He was born on August 28, 1936 in Heidenheimer, TX to the late John Moore Sr. and Justine Bell. He later moved to Cameron, TX where he graduated from the O.J. Thomas High School. He met and married Maydean G. Hoyle.
Kenneth was employed as a potline technician for ALCOA as well as Cameron Seed Store before retiring after over 30 years of rewarding work. He enjoyed playing dominoes, shooting pool, and playing the biz whiz card game. Kenneth joined Bethel A.M.E church at an early age, serving faithfully for many years as a deacon.
He leaves behind his cherished daughter Lisa Soto Colon of Battle Ground, IN, Luther Hoyle of Houston, TX, grandchildren Raquiem Soto Moore of Louisville, KY; LLasmin Soto Moore of Manhattan, KS; Lakeita Hoyle of Houston, TX; great grandchildren Xavier Soto Moore, Braxton Soto Moore, and Zayden Soto Moore as well as 14 additional great grandchildren, and a wonderful friend and boss, Phil Van Cleave who stuck by him till the end. Also surviving are a host of phenomenal friends and family. The family would like to extend its most sincere thanks.
Kenneth was preceded in death by father John Moore Sr. and mother Justine Bell (Moore) both of Cameron, Texas; brother John W. Moore Jr of Panama City, FL; as well as spouse and loving wife Maydean G. Moore (Hoyle) of Cameron, TX.
Sometimes I wonder what I would say if we had just one more day. Would I tell you the news from home? Ask about where you now Roam? Would I tell you all the things left Unsaid? The guilt and regrets still in my head? Would I want to know that you are, okay? Beg you please to come back and stay? Would I not say that Much? And just reach out for one last touch? I do not know what I would say but I do sure wish for that one more day.
Services will be held on June 19, 2021, at 10 AM in the Tippecanoe Memory Gardens Chapel of Faith. Flowers, donations, or cards can be sent to the following address: 1718 W 350 N, West Lafayette, IN 47906.
Tippecanoe Funeral and Cremation Services is assisting with the arrangements.
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