MOORE Justin L.
of Clarkston. Born July 9, 1980 to Donald and Martha Moore in Pontiac, Michigan. Beloved fiance of Sara and Kolton. Loving father of Landon. Dear brother of Jason Moore and Jenae Moore. Cherished grandson of Ray and Patricia Stutzman and the late John and the late Fran Moore. He is survived by many loving aunts, uncles, nieces, and nephews. Justin loved life. He was very dedicated to his family and his job as a partner at American Container in Clarkston. He was an avid sports fan and enjoyed skiing, golfing, fishing, kayaking, and online gaming.
Wednesday 1:00 - 9:00 p.m.
Thursday, June 2, 2016, 1:00 p.m. at COATS FUNERAL HOME, CLARKSTON (8909 Dixie Highway). Burial at Davisburg Cemetery.
Memorial donations may be made to a trust fund for Landon Moore .
Amanda Shagena Hamilton
I am so sorry for your loss. It is so hard to lose a family member so young my prayers are with you all.
Suzette Richmond Johnson
My heart breaks from overwhelming sadness.... Our personal journey is not always destined to be completed here on Earth.... God called you to Heaven where he needed you most..... Leaving a gaping hole in the many Hearts of your Loved ones..... May God bless your loved ones Justin with comfort, love & the ability to treasure your life not your death......
Leah (Snapp) Kasten
Where do I begin, but to send my greatest condolences to a wonderful family who I had the pleasure to grow up with. Let me at least tell you the joy it was to know Justin. Always smiling, even keeled kid, reliable, and what stands out the most in my memory (because it has literally been about 18 years since I saw him last) is respectful.
He was the only guy friend I had who respected me as a person. Justin you never talked down on me, never criticized me, never made fun of me, you just respected me and I will always appreciate this. There were hardly a respectful male influence in my teen years, but Justin. Dependable to who he was. And at least I can look back and know I had one true respectable guy friend back then. Thank you Marti and Don for raising a fine man. His smile and memory is not forgotten.
The Wayne Family
Our hearts ache. Justin was such a positive and happy person. We are so thankful to have been neighbors to him. The kids loved when he came out to play basketball with them!! He will be missed beyond words. ???? Your are in our thoughts and prayers.
My heart, thoughts, and prayers go out to the family during this time. Justin was a great guy and he will be truly missed. Rest in peace and may God bless.
I was so sad to hear about Justin. He and our son Brett were friends for many years and I remember him as a respectful young man with a beautiful smile . The last time I saw Justin was at Brett's Wedding and it had been years since I had seen him. He was the same sweet , respectful young man. So sorry for your loss .
My heartfelt condolences. I am so sorry to hear of your loss. Justin was indeed a very respectful and friendly person. I still remember him from my days as his pre-school teacher. Marti and Don my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
Lord please comfort this family, we have lost a true angel on earth. We are so heart broken. Bring peace to all of Justin's family. Our prayers are with you all. ??
Mathew and Jamie Matson
We are so saddened to hear about Justin. He was a great friend. I met him thru my husband Matt. We always enjoyed him at our 4th of July parties. We were so thankful he helped us move. He was a wonderful caring friend. We will miss him greatly.
The Matson Family.
May God comfort you all during this time with a peace that surpasses all understanding. Sending much love and prayers from your friends in GA. With deepest heartfelt sympathy, David, Brittany, Elizabeth
Kathy & Homayoun
I am so heart broken for Landon an the whole family. May God bring peace to all of Justin's family. Our prayers are with you all.
Brian & Dawn Crabtree
Our thoughts and prayers are with the family for comfort and peace, God's love and grace to shower over those who mourn. God's presence to surround Landon and the rest of family and friends.
I'm so sorry for the loss of your loved one. My heart goes out to the family and friends of this young man. I never personally met Justin, but my dad (Ray Toth) and Justin's father (Don), go to classic car shows together, and are car buddies. I usually tag along with.my dad and Don too, and have heard so many great things from Don about his family. I cannot imagine the pain you guys are going through, but try to have faith that they are in a better place, and that now you have a gaurdian angel watching over you. Your family is in our thoughts and prayers!
The Toth Family