Rodney Moore

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Mooreville- Rodney Mitchell Moore, 61, was born a twin to parents Oscar Frank and Eula Mitchell Moore in Mobile, Alabama on September 13, 1956. He passed from death to eternal life on September 20, 2017 after a short illness. We celebrate him and his life.


At the age of 13, he moved with his family to Tupelo. He graduated from Tupelo High School in 1975. While at Tupelo High, he participated in the band and worked at the Bonanza Restaurant. After graduation, he moved to Jackson, Tennessee to train and manage a Pizza Inn. After some years, he moved back to Tupelo to earn his associate's degree in Electronics Technology at ICC while working a full time job. His focus was to feed his analytic mind and his mechanical talent! He worked for Burroughs Incorporated in Columbus, MS, Montgomery, AL, New Orleans, LA, Fayetteville, NC and Charleston, South Carolina. The last 30 years, he worked as a Customer Service Engineer for Siemens Medical System.

Rodney had the biggest heart in giving and serving. He served on many committees, taught Sunday School and served as a Deacon at his church East Heights Baptist. He was saved while in Montgomery, AL at Rigby Street Baptist Church. His greatest hobby was tinkering and repairing about anything. When he accomplished mending a piece of junk, he was as happy as one who owned "The Hope Diamond"! His motto in life was: "When you work, work hard, and when you play, play hard!"

He married Jill Pearce on August 16, 1987 and they enjoyed 30 years together. He was
blessed with two beautiful, smart girls. He enjoyed grilling, motorcycle riding, traveling, eating,fishing, camping and so many things. He had many wonderful friends and family.

A service celebrating his life will be held on Saturday, September 23, 2017 at 1 PM at East Heights Baptist Church, with Rev. Dr. Tim Brown officiating. Burial will follow in Union Grove Cemetery near Mooreville. Visitation will be today (Sept. 22) from 5PM-8PM at Holland Funeral Directors Tupelo Chapel and noon-service on Saturday at East Heights Baptist Church in Tupelo, MS.

He is survived by: his wife, Jill Moore of Mooreville, daughters Lindsey Moore Jones (Luke)
and Katelin Moore Worthington (Reese) both of Oxford, twin sister Vickie Moore of Mooreville, and sister Lisa Moore Craddock (Douglas), nephew Will Craddock all of Hopkinsville, KY; Mother-in-law, Linda Pearce, brother-in-law, Curt Pearce, and Grandmother-in-law, Eunice Pearce all of Smithville, Father-in-law, Danny Pearce and his wife Marsh of Cherokee, AL.

Pallbearers will be Billy Hill, Dave Monaghan, Charlie Aldridge, Scott Tompkins, Kurt Smith,
Jeff Johnson, Jonathan Thomas, Mike Mount, Mike Dozier and Tim Long.

Memorial contributions may be made to East Heights Baptist Church Building Fund, 205 Lake St. Tupelo, MS 38801.Condolences may be sent to hollandfuneraldirectors.com.