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Randy Moore
  • July 15, 1952
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  • June 20, 2016

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Randy Moore, 63, of Port Orange passed away Monday June 20, 2016. He is survived by his wife of 26 years, Lynette Moore; daughter, Heather; son in law Keith; grandchildren, Alaycia, Ariella, Ryken, Matthew, Dillon and Adreanna; brothers Don, Bobby, Johnny Mac and Ricky; and sister Janie. Nieces Autumn, Julie, Alisha, Michele, Cindy, Kashlyn and Tonya; nephews Vince, Justin, Jason, Cory, John Jr. and Develin; along with many great nieces and nephews. Randy was born on July 15,1952 in Canalou, Missouri. Randy was working as a painter, although he was a jack of all trades. Randy enjoyed working and spending time with his wife, and relaxing watching Nascar. He also loved his wife, family, friends and animals. Randy had a heart of gold and would always help when he could. His laugh and smile were contagious; he was a person you couldn’t help but love. He will be greatly missed by his family and friends. Randy’s Memorial Service will be held Saturday, June 26th from 3-5 p.m. at Maplewood Estates Clubhouse, 1000 Chamberline Dr. Port Orange FL 32127.


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  1. Arjen&Joy Ziekman says:
    29 Jun 2016
    Lynette,Heather and family... Our sincere condolences for the loss of your Love and our friend Randy..
    We met Randy while Joy worked at the plant people, then we moved into the same neighborhood.
    Randy always made you feel good no matter what was going on.. Over the years we watched each other getting grey, our children grow up, and grandchildren born...
    You were a true friend, a survivor of "spruce creek village"
    You will be missed my friend, and rest in peace..

  2. Arjen & Joy Ziekman lit a candle:
    29 Jun 2016
    Lit since June 29, 2016 at 6:15:43 PM

  3. Denise K. Moore says:
    28 Jun 2016
    I met my young brother-in-law once many years ago at his father's funeral. Randy left a loving impression with me at that time. My prayers are with you, Lynette and family.

    Denise, widow of Gene Moore

  4. Julie Moore says:
    28 Jun 2016
    Life and death sure do sneak up on us. I am so sad I'll never hear you laugh again. Your laugh was one of my favorites, it was fun, silly, contagious.... It's taken me this long to give a response to your passing. Life is hard, I've gotten stuck in my craziness, and let time pass I wish I hadnt. I tried so hard to get you up here when Grandma died. Life was always lighter when you were around. Your name was synonymous with Florida to me. I so enjoyed all our visits, but esp.our visit in the early years of my marriage. Always up for fun, cookouts, laughing. I have always missed you, and hoped Ohio would be your home again some day. I never really thought it would be, but I hoped. I hope no more, and it sucks. Missing you because you are no longer here doesn't even slightly compare to the small ache I'd get thinking of you, knowing we were all growing older and we didn't get many visits in. I love, love, love you, Uncle Randy. I will miss the bright spot you were in our family.

  5. Donald moore says:
    26 Jun 2016
    My Dearest brother Randy, this is one of the most difficult things I have ever done. How can I possibly say goodbye to you. What am I going to miss about you? Everything cannot possibly describe it. I am crying now. I hope I can get this written.After I moved to Florida you soon followed and our lives here became so intertwined. Being here in Daytona as beautiful as it is makes the pain unbearable. I love you so much Randy. I thank God for the time that I got to spend here with you on this earth. Earth will not be same without you. There was no one like you nor will there ever be. All I have to hold on to now is the myriad of memories that are so deeply ingrained in my head. I am elated for the opportunity to enjoy the Celebration of Your Life yesterday. Know that I am reaching to hold you even now. I love you brother, don

  6. Donald moore lit a candle:
    26 Jun 2016
    Lit since June 26, 2016 at 6:25:30 PM

  7. Donald moore posted an image:
    26 Jun 2016
    Randy at our house on Margene
    Randy at our house on Margene

  8. Robbin Symons says:
    26 Jun 2016
    Randy, the first love of my life and our friendship grew stronger and stronger over the last 45 years. We'very been roommates 3 times since our teenage love affair and my love for you as a friend and you became a big part of my family. My son Jayme said you were his only father figure he ever had. Always in our hearts, love you

  9. Carly Weishaar lit a candle:
    26 Jun 2016
    Lit since June 26, 2016 at 6:11:52 AM

  10. Justin Moore says:
    26 Jun 2016
    Can't believe I'll never have a chance to laugh at my uncle Randy's wacky antics again. I am VERY thankful that nearly 12 years ago when I was 19 he made it up from Florida for my wedding. So glad I got to have a good conversation on the phone with him a couple years ago. I REALLY wish so much distance hadn't separated us. The couple times I was in Florida over they past few years I tried to make a visit happen but time, money, and even in state distance made it an impossibility. He will forever be remembered in my mind as the type of guy Matthew McConaughey played in the movie Dazed & Confused. Fun, cool, a joy to be around. Endless laughter ensued when he was present.  "Alright, alright, alright..." So very sad that I never got to spend time with him as an adult. Totally unexpected. I cannot believe I'll never have a chance to get in another visit with him. :(

  11. Justin Moore says:
    25 Jun 2016
    Can't believe I'll never have a chance to laugh at my uncle Randy's wacky antics again. I am VERY thankful that nearly 12 years ago when I was 19 he made it up from Florida for my wedding. I never thought that would be the last time I would see him. So glad I got to have a good conversation on the phone with him a couple years ago. I REALLY wish so much distance hadn't separated us. Every time I was ended up in Florida I tried to make a visit happen but time, money, and even in state distance made it an impossibility. He will forever be remembered in my mind as the type of guy Matthew McConaughey played in the movie Dazed & Confused. Fun, cool, a joy to be around. Endless laughter ensued when he was present.  "Alright, alright, alright..." So very sad that I never got to spend time with him as an adult. Totally unexpected. I cannot believe I'll never have a chance to get in another visit with him. :(

  12. Justin Moore lit a candle:
    25 Jun 2016
    Lit since June 25, 2016 at 6:34:22 PM

  13. Linda R Jensen lit a candle:
    25 Jun 2016
    Lit since June 25, 2016 at 6:51:20 AM

  14. Randy & Elaine Dennis lit a candle:
    24 Jun 2016
    Lit since June 24, 2016 at 6:54:33 PM

  15. Carol lit a candle:
    24 Jun 2016
    Lit since June 24, 2016 at 6:42:15 PM

  16. Bob Moore says:
    24 Jun 2016
    One other thing I want to say about my brother Randy.He was not just a jack of all trades.He mastered them all.There is nothing that my brother Randy set out to do that he did not accomplish!!!!!No matter where Randy's feet landed he could survive because he could do it all.If nothing else Randy was a survivor.You were lucky to have Randy he was such a great provider Lynette.

  17. Bob Moore says:
    24 Jun 2016
    What can I say about my first best friend Randy Moore.Only that I have kept him in my heart over all these years.Fortuanely for the two of us Randy and I reconnected over that last three years and caught up on each other's lives.I will always miss him.He carried my memories with him over all these years but now I shall have to carry them alone.How great it was to have Randy as my first best friend.I am just lucky That also had him as brother.It was great growing up in the same house with my best friend.I will always love you Randy.Good bye old buddy.

  18. Bob Moore lit a candle:
    24 Jun 2016
    Lit since June 24, 2016 at 6:30:24 PM

  19. Penny Sweitzer lit a candle:
    24 Jun 2016
    Lit since June 24, 2016 at 6:36:54 PM

  20. Jason Moore says:
    24 Jun 2016
    My uncle Randy was the embodiment of fun. He was a sort of Peter Pan like figure to me. Rarely serious (in the best way possible), he was a perpetual kid. This made him on of my favorite people to be around.

    I have so many fond memories of Randy, all of which are filled with laughter. From the many visits he made to Ohio during my childhood, to our family vacations to Florida; to my "coming of age" trip with two friends after graduating from high school where we stayed with Randy and Lynette for a week. I made a point of seeing him whenever possible when travels took me to Florida.

    Randy lived life on his own terms. He worked hard, he played hard and he brought a smile to those around him. He had the greatest laugh, and said the funniest things.

    I sort of thought he'd live forever. The unexpected news that he'd passed has left a giant hole in our family.

    I will forever miss my crazy, fun, generous, warm and inspiring uncle Randy. I only wish I'd had another chance to see him again, but he will live on in our fond memories.

  21. Mark and Jeri Sweitzer says:
    24 Jun 2016
    Lynette and Family, We are so heartbroken. Randy was such a fun loving friend. We will miss him terribly. Rest in Peace our dear friend.

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    24 Jun 2016
    Lit since June 24, 2016 at 6:34:46 AM

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    24 Jun 2016
    Lit since June 24, 2016 at 6:34:03 AM

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    23 Jun 2016
    Lit since June 23, 2016 at 6:14:32 PM

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    23 Jun 2016
    Lit since June 23, 2016 at 6:13:26 PM

  26. Vincent & Michelle Steinke posted an image:
    23 Jun 2016
    We love you Uncle Randy.  What we would give to see you again.  Rest In Peace. Xoxo
    We love you Uncle Randy. What we would give to see you again. Rest In Peace. Xoxo

  27. Vincent & Michelle lit a candle:
    23 Jun 2016
    Lit since June 23, 2016 at 6:43:31 PM

  28. Terri lit a candle:
    23 Jun 2016
    Lit since June 23, 2016 at 6:36:32 PM

  29. Janie M.Moore says:
    23 Jun 2016
    My dearest brother Randy the joy and smiles you brought to my life.You taught me to laugh even when life was dragging me down you could always get me to smile anyways. I will mourn for your special kind of friendship that only you my brother gave this sister. My heart is so overwhelmed with grief at the loss of the special times we shared when we were together.I am so grateful for all the fun times you gave not only me ,but my children and my grandchildren. There is no words to express how much you will be missed. I love you my brother!

  30. Janie lit a candle:
    23 Jun 2016
    Lit since June 23, 2016 at 6:12:48 PM

  31. Rachel Gill says:
    23 Jun 2016
    Rip Randy..

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    23 Jun 2016
    Lit since June 23, 2016 at 6:09:23 PM

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