Eugene Moore entered this life on May 18, 1933, to the late Robert and Lois Scarlett Moore in Spring Bluff, GA. In the third grade, Ernestine Johnson caught Eugene’s eye in class and they became friends, but Eugene had bigger plans. Upon returning from serving in the Army in Fort Hood, TX., he married the love of his life on August 20, 1955. Soon after marriage they relocated from Georgia to Miami eventually settling in Richmond Heights (Miami, FL). Over the course of their marriage, they bore four children. Eugene, along with his wife, were known for their love, hospitality, and kindness. Eugene accepted Christ at an early age at Rising Daughter Baptist Church , Waverly, GA and later joined Second Baptist Church in Richmond Heights along with his wife and family. During his membership at Second Baptist, Eugene faithfully served in ministry most notably as the bus driver for Sunday School children and the elderly members. As a young man, he worked hard to support his family. Eugene worked for the Eagle Brands Corporation and was a well - respected employee. He earned many awards and accolades during his tenure. He retired after 40 years of service and remained close with his former team members . Eugene passed away on August 9, 2020 after reaching the age of 87 years old. He died peacefully in the home he shared so many memories with his wife and family. Although he is no longer with us, he will forever be remembered as a good man with a gentle spirit and loved by his family and friends. He was preceded in death by his wife, Ernestine Moore. He is survived by his children: Sabrina Jackson of Dallas, TX, Eugene T. Moore (Andrea) of Fayetteville, GA, Jenese Moore of Atlanta, GA, Rodney Moore (Ericka) of Miami, FL, Loretta Smalls (Carlton) of Waverly, GA.; grandchildren: Brandis, Armon, Keenyn, Akaiyah, Tyson, Sydni, Stephanie; great - grandchildren: Avelyn, Kamilah, and Rocket. He is also survived by a loving sister, Jacqueline Frazier; two devoted brothers: Kenneth Moore (Mary), John Roberts (Arlesha), and a host of nieces, nephews, and cousins.
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