Paul Edwin Moore
Paul Edwin Moore was born March 30, 1988, to Charles and Terri (Boone) Moore in Columbia, MO. Paul grew up in various cities throughout Northern Missouri, from Marceline to Salisbury, Albany and Cameron.
Paul graduated from Penney High School in Hamilton in 2006. He moved to North Dakota in July 2008 to be closer to the woman he loved, Tori. Paul and Tori were married July 24, 2011. They had two sons together, Isaac and Philip. It was important to Paul to provide for his family so that Tori could be a stay-at-home mom.
Paul was an avid hunter and fisherman and loved to share these passions with his wife, sons and his friends. He welcomed any opportunity to share sermons and speak at church, and started to really grow in that ministry.
Paul was diagnosed with liver cancer on Aug. 20, 2019. After his diagnosis, he moved from North Dakota to live with his parents in Missouri to receive cancer treatment. During this time, Paul was bold in proclaiming his faith and trust in God, despite the trials he was enduring, and he enjoyed many good months with family and friends. Paul passed peacefully on March 18, at 2:15 p.m., while surrounded by his family.
Paul is survived by his wife, Tori (Savre) Moore; his two children, Isaac and Philip of Kindred, ND; parents, Charles and Terri Moore of Kidder; siblings, Leticia (Clement) Nwadozi of Owosso, MI, and Cameron Moore of Liberty; grandfather, Roger (Marge) Boone of Marceline; father-in-law, Darwin (Kathy) Savre of Kindred, ND; mother-in-law, Davida Savre from Fargo, ND; brothers-in-law, Cody Savre of West Fargo, ND, and Jett Swiontek of Fargo, ND; and his nephew, Malachi Nwadozi.
Paul was preceded in death by his grandmother, Leola Boone, and his cousin, Randall Siddens.
Viewing will be held from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. on Friday, March 20, at Delaney Funeral Home in Marceline. Funeral services will be held at 3:00 p.m., Saturday, March 21, at the funeral home with burial in Mt. Olivet Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, it was Paul’s wish that memorial funds be designated for his children’s future, and these can be made to Tori Moore and mailed to Delaney Funeral Home, 1720 N. Missouri Ave., Marceline, MO 64658