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Ralph Joseph Moore
Fort Worth – Ralph Joseph Moore loving husband, father, grandpa and brother passed away July 27, 2014. Ralph was born April 24, 1930 in Fort Worth, Texas to Edward and Ruth Moore. He was raised in Fort Worth with his brothers Pat, Ed, Sydney, Donald and sister Ruth. After attending Arlington State College for a short period, Ralph joined the Army and served in The Korean War. Shortly after coming home from war, Ralph met and married Nannette (Nancy) Sherrill November 15, 1955. They raised 7 children, Thomas, Brian, Paula, Pam, Tricia, Beth and Bobby, until Nancy’s unexpected death in 1976. Ralph then met and married Frances Pearce, his wife of 38 years. Frances’s children from a previous marriage are Larry, Lonnie, Linda, Susan and Lisa. Ralph was a book keeper by trade and always enjoyed the challenges of his job. He also enjoyed his hobbies of reading, running and working on small engines. While a member at Hallmark Baptist Church for over 40 years, Ralph served the Lord in many different ways. He served as a member of the Deacons and Trustees Board, on the visitation team, as a Sunday school teacher, he sang in the choir, he maintained the church lawn equipment, assisted in maintaining the church landscape, served on multiple small construction projects, and he served as an AWANA counselor. His true passion was to serve the Lord and this is the legacy he leaves his family and friends. Ralph was preceded in death by his mother and father, Edward and Ruth Moore, first wife Nancy Moore, and brothers Pat, Ed, Sydney and Donald. Survivors: Wife, Frances Moore; sons, Thomas Moore (Brenda), Brian Moore (Kem) and Bobby Moore (Christy); daughters, Paula Phillips (Eddie), Pam Christian (Thomas), Patricia Christ (James) and Beth Foster (Bryan); stepsons, Larry Beck (Kathy) and Lonnie Beck; stepdaughters, Linda Logans, Susan Redding (David) and Lisa Bush; sister, Ruth Moore; 25 grandchildren; and numerous great-grandchildren. Funeral: 10 a.m.. Thursday at Hallmark Baptist Church in Fort Worth. Interment: Dallas-Fort Worth National Cemetery. Visitation: 6 to 8 p.m. Wednesday at Mayfield Kiser Funeral Home in Burleson.
Condolence Messages

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  1. We will miss his prescence greatley . He was a wonderful man.He was all ways in church with his family. He has a wonderful group of children he raised to love the Lord. Yes , he will be missed but we know that we will see him in Glory.

  2. We will miss his prescence greatley . He was a wonderful man.He was all ways in church with his family. He has a wonderful group of children he raised to love the Lord. Yes , he will be missed but we know that we will see him in Glory.

  3. A sweet, sweet man who showed Christ in his words and actions. I know he will be so missed by his family and friends. Please know that my thoughts and sympathy are with you as you gather together to share hearts, memories and Ralph’s victory over the illness that captured his last days. Praying for all of you.

  4. A sweet, sweet man who showed Christ in his words and actions. I know he will be so missed by his family and friends. Please know that my thoughts and sympathy are with you as you gather together to share hearts, memories and Ralph’s victory over the illness that captured his last days. Praying for all of you.

  5. Bobby, I’m so sorry to hear about your dad. You and your family are foremost in mine and Lisa’s prayers. From all you have shared with me, I know your dad was a wonderful man and leaves a beautiful legacy of faith and family. From experience, I know the Lord will be walking with you, sharing your sorrow and providing strength and grace in this time of great need. God bless you!

  6. Bobby, I’m so sorry to hear about your dad. You and your family are foremost in mine and Lisa’s prayers. From all you have shared with me, I know your dad was a wonderful man and leaves a beautiful legacy of faith and family. From experience, I know the Lord will be walking with you, sharing your sorrow and providing strength and grace in this time of great need. God bless you!

  7. Bobby
    My thoughs and prayers are with you and your loved ones in this time of loss. May God comfort and hold you all close to Him!

  8. Bobby
    My thoughs and prayers are with you and your loved ones in this time of loss. May God comfort and hold you all close to Him!

  9. Bobby, Our prayer for all of you is that abundant memories of your Dad, his legacy and a life well lived provide peace and comfort to help heal your hearts. God be with you and yours.

  10. Bobby, Our prayer for all of you is that abundant memories of your Dad, his legacy and a life well lived provide peace and comfort to help heal your hearts. God be with you and yours.

  11. Pam, Tom, & Family, Please know that our thoughts and prayers are with you each and every day. I thank God for the wonderful time you had with your Dad and for all the smiles you will have in the future when you think of him. God bless. xoxo

  12. Pam, Tom, & Family, Please know that our thoughts and prayers are with you each and every day. I thank God for the wonderful time you had with your Dad and for all the smiles you will have in the future when you think of him. God bless. xoxo

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