Condolences for Linwood Austin Moore

Rhonda Guilliams posted on 8/15/19

You were my cousin and though we didn't really grow up together we had reconnected in recent years. I am sad for your passing but rejoice in knowing you are with God and reunited with those you loved so much, your mom Rita, your dad Gayle, Grandma, Paw Paw and my dad, your Uncle Alvin. RIP Linwood until we all meet again!

 

Pam Burnett posted on 8/14/19

RIP Linwood

 

Jennifer posted on 8/13/19

The memory I have of Linwood is the friend request I received on Saturday, August 3rd, 2019. Through the next 3 days, Linwood messaged Me a "Hello", He Waved at Me in messenger to show he was thinking of Me. In the late evening hours of Tuesday, August 6th, He messaged Me and Asked Me "how My Day was" with My response "It was Good, How was Yours". His response "Hot Very Hot". I told him "Yes it was a hot one, But just think Fall will soon Be here". He responded with "I like to go riding when its so Hot, To cool off" In the morning hours of August 7th, Waking up I could tell it was going to be a Hot day! Linwood must of sensed that as well and He decided to do just that of what He said in messenger late in the evening the night prior. He got on his Bike and Did what was his favorite thing to do. He rode off into the Sunny day and He rode to Cool off. Linwood will forever be Riding with the Harley Davidson riders that went before him. In the short 4 days Of Being Linwoods FB friend and chatting with him on messenger, I could tell he was a sweet Caring and Man. He will forever hold a place in my heart as That FB friend request, I almost didnt accept. RIP Linwood Moore..Prayers and thoughts to his family and friends as they endure this tragic loss

 

Jennifer Hernandez posted on 8/13/19

The memory I have of Linwood is the friend request I received on Saturday, August 3rd, 2019. Through the next 3 days, Linwood messaged Me a "Hello", He Waved at Me in messenger to show he was thinking of Me. In the late evening hours of Tuesday, August 6th, He messaged Me and Asked Me "how My Day was" with My response "It was Good, How was Yours". His response "Hot Very Hot". I told him "Yes it was a hot one, But just think Fall will soon Be here". He responded with "I like to go riding when its so Hot, To cool off" In the morning hours of August 7th, Waking up I could tell it was going to be a Hot day! Linwood must of sensed that as well and He decided to do just that of what He said in messenger late in the evening the night prior. He got on his Bike and Did what was his favorite thing to do. He rode off into the Sunny day and He rode to Cool off. Linwood will forever be Riding with the Harley Davidson riders that went before him. In the short 4 days Of Being Linwoods FB friend and chatting with him on messenger, I could tell he was a sweet Caring and Man. He will forever hold a place in my heart as That FB friend request, I almost didnt accept. RIP Linwood Moore..Prayers and thoughts to his family and friends as they endure this tragic loss