William Moore (Puff)


William Moore (Puff) of Eddy, Tx passed away on March 23,2023. He was born on May 25,1960 in Brenham, Tx.

He attended McGregor Schools. William was a hard-working man and worked in construction for many years. He was a very skilled carpenter, and mechanic who loved working with his hands. He was very passionate about his goats and was crazy about his dog Dusty! He was employed by Mazanec Construction Company until his health failed. He gave lung cancer a hard fight. He was surrounded by loving family when he was called home.

William was preceded in death by his parents, William and Dorothy Moore; brother, Joseph Moore; and his special friend, Anderson “Andy” Thompson.

He is survived by his brother, Joe Moore (Huntsville); devoted sisters and caregivers, Wanda Quinton (Earl) of Lorena, Dorothy Minor Evans (Freddie) of Lacy Lakeview, Ree Barrett (Preston) of Mart, Marze Powell (Demetrius) of Hewitt, Doris Lee (Harvey Sr.) of McGregor; bonus sister, Ivyan Wilson of Hewitt; many nieces and nephews; One favorite niece, Shaniqua Lee of Ft. Worth; special nephew and buddy, Michael Moore of Lorena; devoted Aunt Lula Foster (Johnnie) of Houston; special cousin and friend, Wilbert Jones of McGregor.

The family would like to give a special thanks to Providence Hospice nurses and a special thanks to Nurse Kay. The family would like to thank Mazanec company for the love that they showed William.

At the request of Mr. Moore, and to honor his wishes, there will be no services.

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  1. Alice Rudolph family

    This is so hurtful so sorry I didn’t get a chance to talk to him and to say goodbye family you will be missed on this Earth rip family

  2. Moore family,
    So sorry for the loss of William. May memories of him bring comfort to you today & the days to follow.

  3. What can I say? Nothing but job well done .You have always been a fighter in life. You were one of our parents strongest kids. Who could do any thing if you but your mind to it. But this cancer came along and we had a battle on our hand. God knew you was tired so he call you home. So tell mom and them hello and we will see y’all soon . Love you ❤️❤️Your sister Aka babysitter

  4. Raquel JohnsonCunningham

    My deepest sympathies to you and your family in this difficult time. To the entire family may you remember the good times that will allow you to heal and get through those tough days, May God be with you in your time of comfort .

  5. Roderick Hackworth

    My condolences to the family 💕 🙏🏾 💕✨️✨️ RIHP fam🙏🏾🙏🏾

  6. Janice and Mike McDowell

    Mike and Janice McDowell are praying and sending condolences to the entire family.God bless each and everyone of you for strength!

    Love and hugs,from The McDowells

  7. Weeping may endure for a while, but joy cometh in the morning.

    I told myself that I made peace with knowing your time with us was limited.

    As I watched you deteriorate right before our eyes, sadness and the fear of not being able to help you, started to take my peace.

    You overcame many obstacles, you were so independent, dependent on no one. You were gifted with the use of your hands.

    I have tried to not cry, to be strong.

    My heart was so heavy as I watched you fight. I saw you cry, and heard you call for Momma.

    The one thing, that brings me comfort is knowing you are no longer in pain.

    I love you, and I will do my best to keep your light lit. Your legacy will be carried on.

    Your sister,

    Marze Moore-Powell
    aka Sue

  8. Bernadine White Wilson

    Since learning about our families loss,I have not stopped praying for my family. May my family find peace in their faith durning this time.

  9. I’m sorry for your lost,he was a good mechanic, I no,he tried to show me a thing or two,other words,take note son. Best wishes to the family from us,Robert and Chatni Brown, old Washington, Tx.

  10. Donna L. Hutchinson Landry

    Sending my condolences to the family.
    William was my classmate, he was very unique , as kids we all played and joked but as grownups because people move away or in their own circles it was a spoken word in passing if we ever did. Some people leave a memory that you can never forget. With William if he liked you you were cool with him. HE WAS COOL WITH ME. REST IN PEACE CLASSMATE . GOD BLESS YOUR SOUL AND YOUR FAMILY. AMEN

  11. Thank you for your Condolences.

  12. Puff,
    It saddens me, that you had to go through this horrible process. Lord knows I wish I could have been by your side to fight with you.

    I was the oldest, yet I learned so much from you. You were always there when I needed you. I will never forget you

    Your oldest brother,

    Joe William Moore Sr.



  14. Will was my neighbor for more than ten years. He was a hard working man, and I will miss him, I loved our talks at the fence when we would be outside working or mowing our lawns. He gave me a lot of good advice at that fence. Rest in peace Will.

  15. Tomiqua Morgan-Morris

    Cousin I will miss you. Your loud voice saying Neka and I’m standing right next to you or you trying to tell me how to fix something for me to say can you do it I don’t understand. So many memories of us being kids just living life to the fullest❤️❤️❤️. Thank you for many great memories you will be missed but my heart will forever hold you close. RIH cousin 🕊️

  16. Thank you for your Condolences cousin.

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