Brother Henry L. Moore was 65, and departed this life Thursday March 24, 2022 in Marion County. He was the father of Lacristy Moore.
Graveside services are scheduled to be held at Old Neck Cemetery on Saturday April 2, 2022 at 11:00 am.
Henry Lee Moore was born on March 9, 1956, in Marion, South Carolina to Merlene Moore and Cicero Moore. He departed this life on March 24, 2022.
He was preceded in death by his mother Merlene Moore and father Cicero Moore.
Henry was passionate about everything, always happy, a little shy, and had a smile on his face. He never met a stranger, and he was just a very loving person. For that Henry was known as “Buddy or Possum” his nicknames speak for itself.
Henry leaves behind two daughters: LaShell Moore, Gresham SC and LaChristy Moore of Marion, SC; Four sisters: Linda (James) Moore; Jannie Moore; Irene Moore; and Dorothy (John Wesley) Gause all of Gresham, SC. Two brothers George (Gloria) Moore of Marion, SC; and Willie P Moore, of Brooklyn NY; Five grandchildren: Justin Moore; Latrell Moore; Kindle Burgess; Gresham, SC; Ja’Morie Moore Marion, SC; Jahmel Rogers Orangeburg SC; Two great grandchildren; Harmony Rogers of Florence, SC and Londyn Rogers of Orangeburg, SC; Three aunts: Emma Bacchus, Mozenia Bacchus, and Henrietta Ceasar, all of Gresham, SC. One Uncle: Paul Ceasar Jr of Gresham, SC. Three nieces: Sharon (Cory) Rayford, Columbia, SC; Natasha Moore; and Ashley (Cody) Williams both of Gresham SC. One Nephew: Joshua Moore, Marion, SC, Three great nephews: Jorden Moore, Ayden Moore of Gresham, SC, and Ja’Mere Maxwell, Columbia, SC. Special friends; Phillip Moore; Shuler Graves, Danny Woodberry, and Roy Moore all of Gresham, SC and a host of family and friends.
The family of Brother Henry L. Moore in consideration of the current health crisis facing our world, nation, state and local community, has decided to hold a private 50 people or less, family only, funeral service for their loved one with private interment immediately following. While the Moore family would love to be surrounded by your presence, they acknowledge the health risks to family, church members, friends, and particularly to those who are most vulnerable to this disease, the elderly and those with chronic health conditions. What the family needs most at this time are your prayers and understanding. Thank you for your concern and cooperation.