Lyndon M. Moore was born on December 2, 1963 to Robert F. and Daisy L. Moore. He departed this earthly life March 23, 2021. Lyndon attended Lemon Monroe High school where he was quite the athlete. Lyndon went on to play basketball at Bluffton University and then to serve his country in the Army. Lyndon was honorably discharged after four years of service and came back to Middletown where he cared for his mother and started his new life. In 1997, Lyndon met Leslie Kramer who he later married and had the absolute joy of becoming a father in 1998. He was a true girl dad – raising three, Alexis, Kylie, and Lauryn. Lyndon said his greatest joy was the birth of his red headed, green eyed, baby girl, Lauryn. His love for family was one that he would talk to any and every one about. Lyndon had a deep love for family and friends and found them to be what brought him the most happiness. His second greatest moment in life was when his granddaughter, Daisy Lee was born. Lyndon’s world revolved around Daisy. He would light up just talking about her. Lyndon worked at Warren Correctional Institute. He enjoyed his job for years and after 17 years, he retired and did other jobs to fill his time. Helping out at the Triple Moon Coffee Company was something Lyndon enjoyed as he would also have coffee dates there with Kylie, Lauryn and Daisy. Lyndon’s humor was one of his greatest gifts to everyone. He loved making people laugh and became quite well known for his “Dad jokes” on social media. His smile was big, but his heart was bigger. Lyndon will be missed by so many. Lyndon grew up as a member of Tried Stone Baptist Church in Middletown where many family and friends also attended. Lyndon was preceded in death by: his parents, Robert F. and Daisy L. Moore and his sister, Helen Edwards. He leaves to cherish his memory: Leslie Moore and daughters, Lauryn Moore (Markee), Kylie Allen (Alexander), and Alexis Moore (Leroy); siblings, Pricilla Peebles, Ernest Peebles (Pinky), Marcia Brown, Rhonda Arnold, Robert Moore, Janet Moore, and Vanessa Moore; a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, other relatives, and dear friends.
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