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In Loving Memory

Moore, Michael Vincent

Moore, Michael Vincent was born on September 18, 1958 to Thomas and Mildred (nee Gorman) Moore in St. Louis, MO, and entered into rest on Friday, April 12, 2024 at the age of 65.

Loving husband of 44 years to Pamela (nee Behrens) Moore. Dear father of Kate (Jeff) Hangge, and Mike (Alli) Moore. Dear brother of the late Thomas (Dottie) Moore, the late Timothy (Nancy) Moore, Mary Moore, the late Terry Bennett, and Patricia Moore. Loving grandfather of Eleanor and Vivian Hangge, Brynn and Merrick Moore.

Michael worked hard but his life didn’t revolve around work. Spending time with family and friends is what he valued most.  He worked for UPS for 23 years, then 10 years for Wiese, and 10 years for Industrial Battery Products. He enjoyed the last five years of retirement and cherished every moment spent with his wife, children and grandchildren. He was a friend to all and a stranger to none.

SERVICES: VISITATION will be held at Kutis South County Funeral Home 5255 Lemay Ferry Rd. on Tuesday, April 16 from 4-8 pm. FUNERAL SERVICE at Kutis on Wednesday, April 17 at 10 am. Burial to follow at St. Trinity Cemetery. In lieu of flowers donations to Backstoppers appreciated in his honor



14 thoughts on “Moore, Michael Vincent”

  1. We just saw Mike & Pam and all we talked about was our grandchildren. Our condolences to Pam, Kate, Mike and all who loved big Mike.

    Your neighbors,
    Kris & Glenn

  2. Mike was a classmate of mine from early grade school until we graduated from Grover Cleveland HS back in 1977. He was a very friendly and fun person to be around. He always made people laugh around him. Prayers to his entire family.

  3. Mike will be missed for his infectious laughter as he would always light up the room when he would walk in. Keep smiling my friend.

  4. Sincere condolences to Pam and the entire family. Mike had a great sense of humor and a smile for everyone. God’s speed buddy..

  5. Very sad to hear this. Mike was one of my best friends growing up. We had a lot of fun and a lot of laughs. Loved him and his entire family. My condolences. Sending prayers.

  6. Michael Moore was the embodiment of a kind and loving soul. No word, sentence,or paragraph …..may provide an accurate description or account of this wonderful man. He was and shall remain the best of the best…what a great smile… what a great friend to hold dear……Blessings.

  7. Condolences to Pam Kate Jeff mike Allie and loving grandchildren. We just enjoyed a wonderful dinner with you.. You are loved by many and will be missed. Rest in peace. 😢🙏❤️
    Toni Simi and Kathi Galea

  8. My heart hurts for you Pam! Mike was a wonderful and loving man. I spoke with him 2 days before his passing and I will cherish that forever. He was also such a cheerful helping hand and made me and my children feel loved. I’m so glad we were able to know
    Him for the years we did. May Gods hands hold your family tight through this hard time. Rest in peace Mike!

  9. We’re so very sorry for your loss of Mike. Our thoughts and prayers are with your family. We have so many wonderful memories with your family!!

  10. We’re so sad to hear the passing of Mike. We send condolences to Pam, Kate , Mike and their families for their loss. We have many wonderful memories of our time in Rolla. Christmas caroling in the neighborhood always ended at your home with a nightcap.

  11. Mike was a Great Guy. He always had a big smile for everyone – which is a Moore Family trait.

    He was a good decent man, dedicated to his Family.

    My sympathy and condolences to the Entire Family.

  12. This broke my heart when I read this. What a great loss for such a beautiful family. My thoughts and prayers go out to the entire family.


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