Glenn Theodore Moore, Jr. was born January 9th, 1928 at Sayre, Oklahoma to Margaret Louise (Stout) and Glenn Theodore Moore, Sr. He passed away Saturday, April 17th, 2021 at his home in Berlin, Oklahoma at the age of 93 years, 3 months and 8 days.
Glenn grew up in the Berlin community where he attended school graduating in 1948. After his graduation he was married to Helen (Bashaw) at Wheeler, Texas on June 18, 1949. Upon their marriage they made their home in the Berlin community where they raised horses, cattle, farmed and later on had a dairy operation. It was also at this time he also drove a bus for Berlin Schools. Glenn loved tinkering with farm machinery and could often be seen helping anyone in need with their horses or trading them on the side. He was also a member of the Berlin Saddle Club where he won many awards and participated in the play days. Glenn loved his family and spending time with them and especially eating a good burger at one of his favorite restaurants.
He is preceded in death by his parents; wife; son, Glenn Donald Moore; sonin- law, J.T. Ackley.
Glenn is survived by his daughter, LaDonna Ackley, Sayre, OK; three grandchildren, Jodie Santangelo, Sayre, OK, Kristy Fihaley, Sayre, OK and Kelsey Wynn and husband, Ryan, Sayre, OK; eight great grandchildren, Houston LeCrone, Miranda Brinkley, Sheridan Santangelo, Stephanie Robinson, Matthew Wynn, Sarah Wynn, Melody Fihaley and Brianna Fihaley; two great great grandchildren, Angel LeCrone and Jackson LeCrone and a host of other relatives and friends. Funeral services will be held Wednesday, April 21st, 2021 at 2:30 P.M. at Trinity Fellowship officiated by Andy Taylor and Roger Klopfenstein. Burial will follow at Berlin Cemetery under the direction of Chris Whinery and the staff of Affordable Cremation Service- West. Condolences can be made online at www. classicfunerals.com
Cheyenne Sorosis Club members placed U.S. Flags on graves of Service Men and Women last Wednesday
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