James Moore

James Moore

Sunday September 12, 1948 Wednesday December 25, 2019

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Obituary for James A. Moore

"Jim Moore passed away on the evening of 12/25/2019. He is survived by his sister, cousin and 2 sons. He was born in Galion Ohio and finished his journey in Highland county Ohio, after living in the south for several decades. He was an intelligent man with a keen sense of humor and an uncommon curiosity about everything. He wasn't shy and he enjoyed engaging with people to learn more about them and the world we live in. He held fast to his opinions and was eager to share them. He certainly did not embrace the frivolous aspects of popular culture and he was a fierce guardian and advocate of personal independence. He taught his sons lessons that have proven helpful in life and he served as an example in many ways. The complexity of his personality made his relationships richer because they were more genuine. He is loved and appreciated for his contributions to our world and his death has a big impact on those who were close to him."

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Jeff Gerberick

I loved the man. He was my college roommate and hunting partner. Oh the things we did and shared. I hope you’re in the wilds somewhere!
Comment | Posted at 10:17pm via Condolence

Jason M Moore

Not being a parent, I can only guess at how tough it must have been to invest so much time and energy in teaching me the lessons you thought I would benefit from so I could thrive in your absence. If a parent is successful, they enable the person they love to possibly disengage from them and that has to be a scary thought, even more so if it becomes a reality.
I was stubborn and rarely accepted his assistance later in life and there are times now when I regret that. I wasn't considering it from his point of view. It might have seemed like I was rejecting his kindness and generosity, but I wasn't. I was trying to make him proud by being as independent as he seemed to be.
His thoughtful attempts are valued even more now that he is gone and the idea that I cannot express my gratitude to him now can be crushing at times.
I love the best parts of him, and I cherish the best memories of having been his son. He left the world right before the pandemic surfaced and, considering the fierce fight he put up with his ailments, I am glad he did not have to struggle with this new scourge as well.
He may have been bloodied but he was unbowed.
Comment | Posted at 07:53pm via Condolence

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