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Obituary And Arrangements - Buddy Moore





Charles W. “Buddy” Moore, age 83 of Murfreesboro died Friday January 24, 2014. He was a native of Murfreesboro and was the son of the late, Julian C. and Eva Adams Moore.

Funeral Service will be 11:00 am Tuesday at Woodfin Memorial Chapel. Burial will be in Evergreen Cemetery. Rev. Steve Murphree and Pastor Tim Posch will officiate.

Mr. Moore is survived by wife Jane Lacy Moore; son, Charles W. Moore, Jr. of Shelbyville; daughter, Pamela Stubbs and her husband Colin of Carrollton, Georgia; step-son, Joseph W. Bolin and wife Mandy of Murfreesboro; brother Robert “Bobby” Moore and wife Betty of Huntsville, Alabama; four grandchildren, Jennifer Sanders, Amy Sanders, Lacy Bolin, Lauren Bolin; one great granddaughter, Madison Burns.

Mr. Moore was a 1948 graduate of Murfreesboro CHS and a 1954 graduate of MTSU. He had served in the United States Air Force. Mr. Moore was the former Manager and Trainer at Cashion Farms in Shelbyville. He and his wife were owners of Moore or Less Farms in Shelbyville before his retirement. Mr. Moore was a member of the Tennessee Walking Horse National Celebration Hall of Fame. He served on the Executive Board of the Tennessee Walking Horse Breeders and Exhibitors Association. He was an avid fan of the MTSU Lady Raiders.

Memorials may be made to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital in memory of Mr. Moore.

Family and friends will serve as pallbearers.

Visitation will be from 4:00 until 8:00pm Monday at Woodfin Memorial Chapel. 615-893-5151. www.woodfinchapel.com 


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