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Thomas Eugene Moore

November 5, 1946 — March 15, 2024

Greenville, SC

Thomas Eugene Moore, affectionately known as Tommy to his friends and family, passed away peacefully on March 15, 2024, in Greenville, SC, at the age of 77. Born on November 5, 1946, in Greer, SC, Tommy was a man whose life was characterized by his creativity, handiness, and intelligence.

Tommy was preceded in death by his loving parents, James T. Moore and Lucille B. Moore, his daughter Rebecca "Joni" (Roy) Minor, and his brothers, James Mitchell and Donald V. Moore. He leaves behind a legacy of love and cherished memories with his devoted wife of over 50 years, Martha Johnson Moore, his daughters, Sherry (John) Tate and Marty (Chad) Satterfield, his grandchildren, Austin (Allison) Tate, Lindsey (Joe) Lawton, Maison Tate, Dawson Minor, Noah Satterfield, and Thomas (Caroline) Satterfield, and his great-grandchildren, Sawyer Tate, Cash Satterfield, and Royston Lawton. Tommy is also survived by his brother, Ray L. Moore, and his honorary sister-in-law, Sandra Moore, all of whom will miss him dearly.

Tommy retired from American Hoechst. His colleagues knew him as a man who could fix or build anything, a talent that extended well into his personal life. Tommy was a man who could often be found with a tool in hand, whether he was working on cars, golf carts, or building special things he created from his imagination.

His interests were as varied as his skills. Tommy loved fishing, a hobby that allowed him to enjoy the outdoors and the sunshine he so cherished.  His family and friends will fondly remember the special things he built, each piece a testament to his creativity and attention to detail.

Tommy's intelligence was evident in how he approached practical and complex problems. He had a knack for understanding how things worked, and his advice was often sought after by those who knew him. His hands were rarely still, as he was always in the midst of a project, planning the next one, or teaching his grandchildren the value of craftsmanship.

Above all, Tommy was a family man. He treasured the time spent with his loved ones, whether it was a quiet afternoon fishing with his grandchildren or spending time with his family. His presence was a source of stability and strength, and his absence will be felt deeply by those who loved him.

Tommy's life was a tapestry of the love he gave and the lives he touched. His was a journey of purpose, marked by the things he built, the wisdom he shared, and the laughter he inspired. As we say goodbye to Thomas Eugene Moore, we celebrate a life well-lived, a man well-loved, and a legacy that will continue to inspire for generations to come.

A life so beautifully lived deserves to be beautifully remembered. Please join us in celebrating Tommy's life and the joy he brought to all who knew him. His memory will be cherished in the hearts of his family and friends forever.


The family will be at the home of his daughter, Marty Satterfield, 731 Circle Rd.  Greer, SC 29651.
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