ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Dean Edward Moore, 59 years old, born on June 10, 1961, and passed away on March 23, 2021. Dean was born in Royal Oak, Michigan on June 10, 1961 to Wayne Lee Moore Sr.(passed away February 17, 2014) and Marilyn Joyce Moore (Rill). He has three siblings, Wayne Lee Moore Jr. (Gloria), Doreen Kaye Carpenter (Bill) and Brenda Joyce Tare (Leonard). He also has two children, Amber Lynn Moore and Christopher Scott Moore, and three grandchildren, Adrianna, Lindsey and Jace. He also has Aunts and Uncles, lots of neices and nephews and cousins who will all miss him. Those who knew Dean know that he loved to laugh and joke around. He also loved his family and spending time at the church campgrounds in Howell, Michigan. It is a promise that if Dean was around, there wouldn't be a dull moment and he had the most contagious laugh. He is now in heaven with his Dad, grandparents and so many other loved ones. Dean was so loved and will be truly missed by so many.  
If you are interested in sending a card or support to the family, you can send it to:
The Moore Family
1521 Christine Terrace
Madison Heights, MI 48071
Posted by Debbie Merrell on March 26, 2021
I never met you. But I watched my husband weep after finding that you have left.  We talked on everything related to you and him .You were part of his life and you will always be his brother
Posted by Paula Davis on March 25, 2021
I will miss you dear friend.
Posted by Sue H on March 25, 2021
Dean and I have been friends for 11 years. He was a great friend to me. We lost connect with each other for a few years. I will miss him very much. We talked every day and text off and on all day every day. I am sooo going to miss my " good morning hru" text every morning. Rest in peace. My dear friend. Love ya
Posted by Gloria Becker on March 24, 2021
Dean is one of my favorite nephews. He was always entertaining and a joy to have around. He faced many challenges in his lifetime but could always find a way to make light of them. Even though he lived far away there was comfort knowing he was on earth and I could chat with him on Messenger.
What I wouldn’t give to have seen his dad’s and grandparents’ faces when he arrived in heaven. Joy, pure joy. I look forward to a hug from him when I arrive.
Rest well Dean. I miss you.
Aunt Gloria
Posted by coye mitchell on March 23, 2021
rest in peace old timer. love u like an uncle bub. rip dean.

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Posted by Debbie Merrell on March 26, 2021
I never met you. But I watched my husband weep after finding that you have left.  We talked on everything related to you and him .You were part of his life and you will always be his brother
Posted by Paula Davis on March 25, 2021
I will miss you dear friend.
Posted by Sue H on March 25, 2021
Dean and I have been friends for 11 years. He was a great friend to me. We lost connect with each other for a few years. I will miss him very much. We talked every day and text off and on all day every day. I am sooo going to miss my " good morning hru" text every morning. Rest in peace. My dear friend. Love ya
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Shared by Brenda Tare on March 28, 2021
I have tried to remember just one story about my brotherthat I could share but, each and every time my mind gets flooded with all the stories he would tell... you would have to know my brother to understand this.. Dean was the story teller.. LOL.. As I sit here trying to write my mind is flooded with all his stories over the years. I just can't help but laugh.. Dean had an extraordinary gift of changing the details of events to putting himself in a better light.. most of his embellishments shall we say really didn't change anything... "most" were just funny, as I sit back and think back on them today.. I will forever miss your stories.. I love you , miss you, and will see that smile and hear that laugh whenever I think of you !!!