Rancie Lee Moore III, 56, passed away Tuesday, April 28, 2020 at his home, after a brief illness.

 

No services are planned at this time. 

 

Rancie was born April 18, 1964.  He worked in the textile industry for many years .  Rancie enjoyed woodworking, fishing and grilling out with friends.  He was a son of the late Junius and Yvonne Williams.

 

Rancie is survived by partner of 34 years, Gale Enloe; father: Rancie Moore Jr., sister: Cathy Moore; brother: Anthony Moore; his beloved cats: Pinky and Squirt; many nieces, nephews and friends.

 

Kennedy Funeral Home is serving the Moore family.

 

Condolences on line a www.pinesfunerals.com

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  1. My sweet Cousin Rancie. What can I say? I have precious childhood memories I will cherish..as I know all of the Moore Cousins do. My hope is that you knew just how much I loved you. Will miss you Rancie.

  2. I love you so much Uncle Rancie. Thank you for the great childhood memories. I am so happy we got to reconnect again. You and Gale have always had a special place in my heart

  3. I didn’t know Rancie but I knew part of his family. My prayers and condolences go out to his family.

    Paul Horner

  4. Rancie, I am so sad to hear of your passing. Thankful to have had you as a cousin and getting to grow up with you. Sending my deepest sympathies to all of your loved ones.

  5. A lot of good childhood memories of you Cousin Rancie. The love for you will always be in my heart and I will never forget you! My thoughts and prayers are with you, Gale.

  6. Love and prayers from another cousin. I was older but will always cherish my childhood memories with all the Moore cousins. Gale may God give you comfort at this sad time in your life. Paula Garner Lineberry and Carl

  7. Rancie, I always looked forward to our paths crossing at the most unexpected times. We had alot of fun spending days at each others house when we were kids! prayers for Gale and thee family.

  8. Rancie, I always looked forward to our paths crossing at the most unexpected times. We had alot of fun spending days at each others house when we were kids! prayers for Gale and thee family.
    Debbie, Tony and Callie

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