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Kevin Allen Moore

October 1, 1983 - November 6, 2018

Kevin Allen Moore born on October 1, 1983 in Pendleton Oregon. He grew up in Salem Oregon and graduated from Sprague High School. Kevin was a sports enthusiast, especially enjoyed watching the Portland Trail Blazers. He was also active in playing basketball at the hoop in Salem. He was employed at the Keizer Lowes.  He was preceded in death by his grandparents Art and Ginger Zaklan, Henry Moore, his brother Michael Allen Moore and his cousin Ryan Stiles. He is survived by his mother Joni Moore, his sister Kristi Moore, Grandmother Dixie Moore, Father Craig Moore. as well as many extended Aunts & Uncle & Cousins and his Brothers & Sisters from another Mother Max & Ivory Jean-Joseph & kids, Handy & Rose Pierre-Mike & Kids and Zach Henderson.  In lieu of flowers please donate in to JDRF  in Kevin’s name.  A Celebration of Life will be held on Saturday November 10, 2018 at 1:00 PM at Virgil T. Golden Funeral Service.

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Kevin, thank you for always being a good friend always making me laugh and always having a smile on your face. You will be miss so much!! Rest easy kid

I am so sorry for your loss. Kevin was always so kind and funny. Really good guy, what a shame. My Condolences,

My deepest condolences to the Moore family. He was a great friend. We will miss you. 

My brother, my good friend, our humble man. One on my main men in our early 20's. I wish we would have reunited and shared more recent memories. I'll always cherish our epic and positive moments that we did share though. Your indeed inbeded in my heart and many others. Great man, amazing friend, and super kind dude. I love you and will madly miss you brother man, till the end. One love

you are so dearly missed my friend. Rest easy my friend. Love you always, xoxo. 

Kevin thank you!!! You will be miss and I will never forget you, i love you and thank u for showing me what really matters in life. 

I will really miss this kid. My heart aches at his loss, and for his family and friends.

Kevin you will be missed by so many, I’m so glad I was able to work with you for the time I did at Lowe’s. Thank you for being a great co worker and an even greater friend to me. Rest easy and pain free Kevin. My heart goes out to you and your family for this sudden loss. 

I have spent many years being around Kevin and seeing him as he was growing up. My son Byron was on his basketball teams at the Hoop during the years from time to time and Kevin is in the team photos with my son that adorn a wall at the house. I even ended up working with him at the Keizer LOWE’s for the last couple of years. I just recently retired and got to even give him a hug goodbye on my last day at work. He thought that to be very funny.
I will always remember Kevin as that basketball loving kid that played basketball with my son. Nothing more can be said and I feel so sad about what has happened to Kevin.

KEVIN! WOW!this is unbelievable to hear. To know. You are such q word speaker, mind blower. A gift from God. A walking angel. I'm broken, sad, and uncomfortable to say the least. I have missed you and I will always miss you from the bottom of my heart rest easy my dude.