Roger William Moore

Roger Moore

Roger William Moore known as “Bae-Bae” to many, passed away on Tuesday, August 26, 2020 at home. Roger was born on January 22, 1959 in Fort Wayne, Indiana.

He was a graduate of R. Nelson Snider High School and worked as a Driver for Dayton Freight. Roger was a free hearted and loving individual who enjoyed telling stale jokes and even laughed at them. He loved his family and his children. Roger worked hard and he never missed a spot of dust on a coffee table, nor failed to use
a coaster for his drinks.

Roger leaves to cherish his memory his children; Cortes Morris, Na Tosha Gatson, Donsia Kizer and Tamisha Kizer. Siblings; Delores Moore, Alfreda McAfee, Robert Walker, Glenda Ervins,Bruce Walker, Patricia Green, James Walker, Rodney Walker, Donald Walker and Brian Walker. Grandchildren; Y’Marii Gatson,Tremel Dunkin ll, DontẻDamon Thomas, Armon Kizer, Nyla Dubose, Makayla Kizer, Tacori Kizer, Zavian Kizer, Alyea Kizer, Nautica Kizer and a host of other relatives and friends.

He was preceded in death by his mother, Ella Bea Moore-Calland, his father Earnest Walker, sister Drusilla Walker and brothers,Quinton Moore, Fredrick Moore and Andrew Moore, grandparents Royster and Emma Walker and Georgetta (Starks) Walker and uncles, Lafayette Cook, Abraham, Royster Jr., and Wilbert Walker.

PRIVATE Visitation 1:00 PM and Memorial Service 2:00 PM Saturday, September 5, 2020 at COP East, 5456 E. Livingston Ave.

A TICKET AND A MASK IS MANDATORY WHEN ENTERING THE FUNERAL HOME.

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Condolence Messages

  1. I want to express my sincere sympathy in the loss of Roger. I have worked with him for several years @ Dayton Freight & he was always a kind, compassionate person. We will miss him.
    Prayers for all. Joretta Hunter

  2. So sorry for your families loss. Our prayers are with your family.

  3. Your dad and grandfather was one of the most kindest, funny and compassionate man I ever met.
    May the God’s peace and mercy comfort your during this time of bereavement.

  4. Words unfortunately do not describe the difficulty a loss can bring. My deepest condolences to those facing this loss. I know Roger because he picked up freight from my place of employment. I’ve enjoyed his laughter and jokes and the occasional Twizzler he would hand out for two years now. I did not know him as well as I would have liked. His smile and wisdom will be missed.

  5. Roger was one of the kindest and nicest person I have met. He always was able to bring a smile to peoples faces and was a joy to be around. My thoughts and prayers to the entire family.

  6. Rodger you were a good friend growing up you are always kind you will truly be missed God bless you

  7. Rodger you were a good friend growing up you were always kind you will truly be missed God bless you

  8. I want to express my heartfelt condolences and sorry for your loss. Roger will be missed. He was a good good friend who was kind, generous and such a gentle spirit. He will be greatly missed in so many ways. My prayers are with you all.

  9. Yvonne Smith-Criglar

    Na Tosha, you and your family are in my prayers.

  10. Growing up as a kid I watched my father as a truck driver treat others the way you want to be treated. In the past 12 years as I’ve had the privilege of knowing Roger he had that same mindset which is very admiring. Roger will be missed by many at Dayton Freight Lines and our customer base. My thoughts and prayers go out to Roger’s family as you grieve the loss of this special man.

    John McVey

  11. My family and I want to express our Heartfelt deepest condolences to the family. I have known Roger for many years. He was a good hearted, Loving, compassionate man that brought joy and laughter to me and my family. I will always cherish those memories. He will be missed! Our thoughts and prayers. Hearted Broken!

  12. Bob & Holly Gerspacher

    Please accept our sincere sympathies and condolences on the loss of Roger W. Moore.
    Roger was a frequent driver with Dayton Freight Co. coming to our warehouse in Delaware, Ohio. This good man was always a pleasure to see and work with.
    May He Rest In Peace.
    Prayers to the Family

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