He was born Oct. 23, 1970. He was a native of Walker Springs and a graduate of Jackson High School. He was a United States Army veteran.
Survivors include his wife, Markeesha D. Moore; two sons, Kemone L. Moore, Savannah, Ga., Terrance E. Moore; daughter, Manajaa S. Moore; parents, Earl Sr. and Carrie D. Moore; motherin law, Annie D. (Terry) Campbell; father-in-law, Earnest E. (Betty) Hunt; two brothers, Earl (Sandra) Moore Jr., Savannah, GA, Derrick (Keedra) Moore, Jackson; four brothers-inlaw, Derrick (Shalitha) Hunt, Birmingham, Lamont (Shante’) Hunt, Wyandanch, New York, Earnest M. Hunt, Jackson, Larry T. (Shante) Hunt, Chatom; eight nieces; eight nephews; two uncles, John David Hunt, Michael Hunt; a host of relatives, friends and coworkers from Tube City.
The funeral was June 25 at Jackson High School with Rev. Bobby White, pastor of St. Luke Baptist Church and Minister Earnest Hunt officiating. Burial was in the Hotel Hill Cemetery with military honors. Jackson Funeral Home directed.