Condolences for Brian Adam Moore

Forest and Brian posted on 12/12/20

We were neighbors but didnt talk much .But we would like to wish deepest condolences. He will be missed in the neighborhood.


Karen Link posted on 12/9/20

Brian was my next door neighbor..., I always appreciated his hard work and diligence in keeping his yard looking well manicured and cars so clean. He was always in his very organized garage working away on his cars. And he worked hard on training his beautiful GSH Pointer. Though he was fairly private, he had a lot of friends that would visit often and had good times. I often thought of my younger days and fun with friends back in the day. He will be missed. I am so very sorry for your loss. ❤ Karen Link


Hannah Mason posted on 12/9/20

Dear Mrs. Moore, When I heard about Brian’s passing, tears immediately came to my eyes. Although Brian and I did not keep in touch after high school, he has always remained a friend and special part of my life. He was such a good friend to me and always knew how to make me smile and laugh. Our friendship grew closest during our senior year of high school and I had the honor of going to prom with Brian. I still have the picture inside the frame that you gave to me and will cherish it forever. Brian and I would ride around for hours after school discussing similar struggles in life, hopes, and dreams. He especially spoke about how much he loved his Mom or as he would say “Beth.” Most boys in high school don’t talk about their mother but Brian was so proud to be your son and would speak highly of you on a daily basis. I am so grateful for the memories and friendship that Brian and I shared. Mrs. Moore, my thoughts and prayers have been constant ever since I have heard the unfortunate news. Please know that I will not stop praying for your strength and peace. With love, Hannah Mason


Allison Tardy posted on 12/5/20

Although we haven’t spoken or seen each other since high school, I can still remember your radiant smile and how contagious it was. Thank you for all the laughs and good times. Rest easy, BMoore.


Carrie, Josh, and Adrielle Gilreath posted on 12/3/20

My heart is with you and Megan. I wish I could hug/hold you. We are here for you- we will lift you up and get you through this. We love you so very much. Prayers~


Todd and Julie Kelley posted on 12/3/20

Our thoughts and prayers go out to the Moore family. I remember a many little league games cheering Brian and Christian on. Our hearts are breaking for his family and friends. God Bless you all.


Kyle Kilgore posted on 12/2/20

Cant think of a time around Brian where he didn't make me laugh. So sorry to hear this condolences.


Liz Hula posted on 12/2/20

Beth- this is such heart breaking news. I am praying that you and your daughter can find comfort in knowing how much love and virtual hugs are being sent your way. I am so very sorry.


Sedona Arnett posted on 12/2/20

Beth , Megan , Dorothy , and all the Moore family in Kentucky, my heart aches for you in the loss of your son , brother, grandson , nephew, and cousin Brian. He was a handsome young man. You are in my thoughts and prayers . Love you all...


Delores and Jim posted on 12/2/20

Beth and Megan we have no words to express our grief. We watched Brian grow up and remember the hours of skateboarding on Moyock and the numerous bloody elbows and knees. He was all boy, full of energy and mischief. He grew up to be a handsome man who loved his mom dearly. We have no words left to say but know you are always in our hearts.


Casey Shanley De Young posted on 12/2/20

No words are enough to convey how heartbreaking the loss of Brian is, just know how loved you are by so many people.


Mike n Ginny Sulya posted on 12/2/20

There are no words for such an unimaginable loss. Our heart aches with yours. Your in our prayers. Love you


Debbie and Brendan McConnell posted on 12/2/20

Thinking of you and sending our deepest condolences for this unimaginable loss. Remembering Brian and the times spent together in Boy Scouts. Praying for your comfort and peace.


Meagan Adams posted on 12/2/20

I remember hanging out with you during our senior year and you making us all laugh constantly. I hadn't spoken to you in some time, but you were a true light, rest in peace Brian.


Laura Murray posted on 12/2/20

I can’t even imagine the grief you must be experiencing. You have my deepest sympathy.


Laura Miller posted on 12/2/20

My heart is breaking for your loss. You will be in my prayers.


Kate Chuckney posted on 12/2/20

Beth, I’m so very sorry ..... there really are no words for this deep kind of loss.. I care.. and You will be in my thoughts and prayers daily. Love, Kate Chuckney


Janice Lewellen posted on 12/1/20

Beth and Meagan we will keep all of you in our prayers. From your Nashville family, Deanie (Bob) Billy (Oma) Janice.


Teresa Nice posted on 12/1/20

Keeping you close in my prayers Beth. My heart is breaking for you. God be with you and He will get you through.


Janet Martinez- Johnson posted on 12/1/20

Its with such a heavy heart I write this, so very sorry for your loss. I send all our love and prayers to all of you. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you and if there is anything I can do please let me know- I am here for all of you. God bless


Patricia Cooper posted on 12/1/20

Deepest sympathy to you, Beth. You are in my prayers.


Antionette Jackson posted on 12/1/20

So sorry yo hear of your loss..You and your family are in my prayers.