We are deeply sorry for your loss - the staff at Gaines Funeral Home
In loving memory of Bobby Anthony Moore,
Sunrise- June 08, 1962 Sunset- September 13, 2022
Bobby Anthony Moore departed from this life peacefully on September 13, 2022 at Ogeechee Area
Hospice House in Statesboro, GA, surrounded by his loving and devoted family members.
He was born on June 08, 1962 to the late John Moore and Hattie W. Moore.
He graduated from Screven County High School in 1981. Bobby was a long time employee of Badache
Corp. in Sylvania, GA and Cooperwiss Company in Statesboro, GA; and later moved with the company to
Sumter, SC. He worked as a C.N.A. at several nursing homes for many years as a loving and passionate
care giver. He worked at Continental Tire Company in Sumter, SC. until his health failed.
At an early age, Bobby joined Horse Creek United Methodist Church, in Rocky Ford, GA., and later
moved his membership to Jehovah Missionary Baptist Church in Sumter, SC. in November of 2008.
Bobby was a loving and devoted father, brother, uncle and a friend to everyone he met. He loved
spending time with his family and friends. His hobbies were going to the flea markets and Goodwill to
find bargains for him or loved ones. He also loved eating at Waffle House with family and friends.
Bobby leaves to cherish his precious memories: A devoted son Bobby A. Moore Jr. of Atlanta, GA, a
daughter Tanya Cosey of Sylvania, GA; Goddaughter Carla Canty of Sumter, SC; Sisters: Gussie
(Lenwood) Hunter; Cheryl (Peter) Roberts, both of Sylvania, GA; Florence Moore of Pooler, GA; Julia
(Stan) Brown Evans, GA.; Gloria (deceased), brother-in-law, Robert Ball of Savannah, GA; Brothers: John
(Cheryl) Moore of Columbus, GA; Russell Moore and Alfred Moore, both of Sylvania, GA.; Thaddeus
(Fayette) Moore of Statesboro, GA; Roy (Vickie) Mingle of Sylvania, GA.; Bryon Moore of Memphis, TN.
Bobby also leaves to mourn his loss numerous nieces, nephews, cousins, and countless other relatives
and dear close friends.
Remarks and Acknowledgements:
Perhaps you sent a lovely card or sat quietly in a chair. Perhaps you sent those beautiful flowers that we
saw there. Perhaps you spoke the kindest words as any friends could say. Perhaps you were no there at
all, just thought of us that day. Whatever you did to consoled your hearts; we thank you so much for
Special Thanks to; Ogeechee Area Hospice Staff; EMS of Sylvania and Statesboro, GA