Samuel Darren Moore, 50, died Friday, Jan. 15, 2016.
Services will be at 11 a.m. Saturday in St. John Baptist with Pastor Anthony Harris and Elder Herman Moore of Carter Chapel Primitive Baptist Church as eulogists. Burial will be in Llano Cemetery. Arrangements are by Golden Gate Mortuary, 1416 N. Hughes St.
Samuel “Darren” Moore was born July 27, 1965, in Wellington to Mae Frances Moore and Samuel McDow. He attended elementary and junior high school in Wellington. Darren was a 1984 graduate of Tascosa High School and spent two years at Wylie College in Marshall.
He was employed by the Northwest Texas Hospital in Environmental Management and well loved by all people.
At an early age, Darren united with Greater Mount Olive Baptist Church. Later, he chose to unite with Carter Chapel Primitive Baptist Church, where his uncle, Rev. Herman Moore, is the pastor.
Survivors include two daughters, Yasire “Yasi” Elon Moore of Amarillo and Nekeaih Matthews of Dallas; his mother, Mae Frances Moore of Amarillo; his father, Samuel “Sammie” McDow and wife Virginia of Dallas; seven brothers, Timothy and Enje’ Moore of Amarillo, Ken McDow Amarillo, Roquel Moore of Las Vegas, Bruce and wife Deborah of Dallas, Ronnie, aka “Ali,” and wife Ketra of San Antonio and Sam Love of Dallas; two sisters, Ann Moore of Las Vegas and Yolanda McDow of Dallas; four uncles, Elder Herman Moore and wife Mary of Amarillo and Lee, Will and wife Vera and Ray and wife Shirley McDow, all of Dallas; and six aunts, Merlyn Crawford, Lou Helen Moore, Frankie Gail Moore and Peggy Johnson, all of Amarillo, Betty Rose Moore of Wellington and Emma Faye Durham of Dallas.
Viewing will be from 1 to 6 p.m. today at the funeral home.
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