P.E. Moore, Jr., 70, of Jonesboro passed from this life on Sunday, December 25, 2011 at the Flo and Phil Jones Hospice House. He was born March 30, 1941 in Greene County to Pursa Emerson and Estelle Cromwell Moore. He worked at Barton Lumber Co. as a roofing foreman from 1962 through 1977. He and his wife founded Jonesboro Roofing Co. January 1, 1978 and retired in 2000. He was member of the Faith Freewill Baptist Church and the Masters of Men. He loved hunting, spending time at the lake and traveling with his family.
Mr. Moore was preceded in death by his parents; and a brother, Lonnie Moore.
Survivors include his loving wife, Arleta Holland Moore; a son and daughter-in-law, Scott and Lisa Moore of Jonesboro; a daughter and son-in-law, Sandi and Kevin Pierce of Jonesboro; four grandchildren, Brandon Moore, McKenzie Pierce, Meredith Pierce and Myles Pierce; seven brothers and their wives, John and Louise Moore of Cherokee Village, Elmer and Shirley Moore of Clarkston, MI, Leeman and Judy Moore of Ridgeway, IL, Carl and Sue Moore of Bono, Kenny and Tammy Moore of Bono, Leonard Moore of Bono, and Jerry Moore of Pocahontas; and two sisters and their husbands, Inez and Lendy Lenderman of Light, and Ruthie and Larry Gibbens of Ravenden.
Visitation will be 5-8 pm Tuesday at Roller-Farmers Union Funeral Home in Jonesboro.
Funeral services will be 1 pm Wednesday at the funeral home chapel with Bro. Marion Stringer and Bro. Ken Winningham officiating. Burial will follow at Trinity Cemetery in Bono.
Active pallbearers will include Dennis Smith, Darrel Sexton, Larry Thompson, Michael Nutt, Larry Dulaney, Darrell Walker, Gene McCain and Les Davis. Honorary pallbearers will include the Faith Freewill Baptist Adult Sunday School class, the employees and staff of Jonesboro Roofing Co., Phillip Jones, Donald Moore, Johnnie Moore, Wayne Rogers, Jeff Moore, Bryan Walters, Bryan Johnston, David Vance II, James Daniel, Gordon Taylor, Joel King, Woody Harrelson, Earl Stroud, Thurmon Rolly, Bill Coleman, Darin Prinett, Randy Jones, Bobby Davis and Dale Davis.
In lieu of flowers, the family requests lasting memorials be made to either the Flo and Phil Jones Hospice House or the Faith Freewill Baptist Church.