Don Moore

June 24, 1943 - December 11, 2023

Don Moore, 80, of Silsbee, died Monday, December 11, 2023.  He was born on June 24, 1943, in Fred, to Nellie Opal Moore and Jim Robert Moore

Mr. Moore worked in the plywood industry and was a long time member of Good Samaritan Fellowship Church, Fred.

Survivors include his wife, Eugenia Moore; children, Reverend Don Moore, II and his wife, Misty, of Decatur, Alabama; Reverend Robert Moore and his wife, Tabitha, of Spurger; Michelle Marasciullo and her husband, Marion, of Woodville; Timmy Moore and his wife, Amber, of Kirbyville; and Dusty Moore and his wife, Sheena, of Silsbee; twenty-four grandchildren; nineteen great-grandchildren; and siblings, Nova Dee Stumpf of Silsbee; Bobbie Gregory of Fred; Martha Nell Ard of Silsbee; and Dwon Moore and his wife, Barbara and Robert Keith Moore and his wife, Nancy, all of Fred.  He is preceded in death by his parents; great-grandson, Rayburn James Clark; and siblings, Dennis Moore, Travis Lee Moore, and Roy Burton Moore.

A gathering of Mr. Moore’s family and friends will begin at 9:00 a.m., with his funeral service at 10:00 a.m., Friday, December 15, 2023, at Broussard’s, 490 Cemetery Road, Silsbee.  His interment will follow at Franks Branch Cemetery, Fred.

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Gathering of Family and Friends

Broussard’s Mortuary Silsbee
  • 490, Cemetery Road, Silsbee, Texas, 77656,
  • December 15, 2023
  • 9:00 am - 10:00 am

Funeral Service

Broussard’s Mortuary Silsbee
  • 490, Cemetery Road, Silsbee, Texas, 77656,
  • December 15, 2023
  • 10:00 am


Franks Branch Cemetery-Fred
  • 21650, Farm to Market 92, Silsbee, Texas, 77656,
  • December 15, 2023

Comments (9)

    Phyllis Rice says:

    I am so sorry for your loss Eugenia. If there’s anything I can do please let me know. I miss so much the beautiful garden that Don used to plant. All my love in Christ Jesus amen.

    Julian Danner says:

    It is in these times our heart is torn as we for ever on will miss the one we loved so dearly. As though the times of eternity seems to drag on before we see them again. But this life is but a vapor, here one minute and gone the next. Be encouraged knowing soon we all will be gather together around God’s throne and those we loved whom has beat us there will join us in praise to our Lord.
    Until that time, my prayers and love are with the family. Know this, greater is he that is in us. You shall persevere… Love the Danners

    Nan Gore says:

    So very sorry for your loss. Praying for comfort and peace during this time, that only God can give.

    Ann Weise says:

    To Robert, Tabitha, Matthew and family, Makaila and family, Meaghan, and Margaret

    Since our families came together 30 years ago, from the very beginning, Don Moore made any one of us feel like we’ve always known each other. That’s just how he‘d make people feel. He was an exceptional character in so many ways. He didn’t seem to be real outspoken but what he did say went straight to your heart.  He had such a tender heart for his family, his children, grandchildren and great grandchildren, and loved his in-law children as if they were his very own. Now Heaven has gotten a little sweeter, but he left a part of himself behind in each life that he touched, to carry on in the hope and love that he lived by. 

    When thinking about different characters in the Bible and how their lives affected those around them, it’s easy to see Don in Joseph:
    a loving, patient, kind, persistent, strong father figure who gave it all he had before having to leave too soon to receive his reward from his Heavenly Father for a job well done as a husband to Mary and
    an earthly father to Jesus and their other children.
    Yep, Don was a lot like Joseph.
    Thank you Lord for the people
    you send us to bless our lives.

    This Daddy, this daddy-in-law, this sweet Pawpaw, this brother in Christ, this good friend is one of those blessings and we will miss him until we see him again.

    Hoping these words will comfort you and your family during this difficult time as you honor him and move forward from here.

    Love and prayers for you all,
    From the extended families of

    Aunt Ginger & Uncle Larry
    Aunt Ann & Chris
    Uncle Bill & Anna

    Scott Holtby says:

    He reminded me of my Daddy each time Bro Robert talked about all the things they did as country folks. Love ya’ll! We will all be together one Glorious Day!

    Jan says:

    Oh dear family, I am sorry to hear of the passing of this great man. My childhood and young adult years were enriched and shaped by his fun loving personality and example of hard work. I cherish the relationship our families had. My parents, Charles and Jane and I loved and love your family so much!! The wonderful memories of camping and fishing and water skiing and watching the kids play Fred Tiger baseball, post office parties, marveling at Don’s incredible farm, ALL of it are such a cherished part of my forever memories. All of you wonderful kids, grandkids, great grandkids and of course. Sweet Eugenia are a living and loving testimony to the great man, Don Moore! My love, thoughts and prayers are with you all!! Love, Jan

    Sue and Sambo Callaway says:

    So sorry for your loss May God’s blessings and peace and comfort be with you and your family during this difficult time. He will be missed Prayers 🙏🙏🫂🫂❤️❤️

    Jeanette Bell Rao says:

    So sorry for your loss. I’ve known Don all my life. He was like a brother. I loved them all.

    Coy and Peggy Ford says:

    To the Moore Family, Peggy and I along with our whole family are so sorry for your loss. Our prayers are with you during this trying time. May God Bless each and every one of the Moore Family

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