Ronald Patrick Moore

Ronald ‘Ronnie’ Patrick Moore was born May 13, 1958, in Norfolk, Virginia to the late William Moore Sr. and Marilyn Wilson Moore. He departed this life peacefully Saturday afternoon October 2, 2021, in the presence of his loving family.

Ronald received his formal education from the Columbus City School district graduating in 1976 from Linden McKinley High School. Shortly after graduation, Ron joined the U.S. Navy to see the world. He served 12 years in the Navy before moving back to Columbus Ohio. Ronald married Rose James Moore and to this union, his first son, Christopher Patrick was born.

Later he married Vanessa Moore-Holley from this union, his second son Adam Rontez-Moore was born. With this union, he also gained stepson T’Rico M. Smith and step-granddaughter Tazyah D. Smith. He also looked after goddaughter Nydia Robinson.
Ronald was a member of Mount Hermon Baptist Church, where he enjoyed Sunday morning services and the Midday Bible Study group.

His hobbies included rooting for his favorite sports teams, traveling with family and friends, and going to see the latest blockbuster films. Ron is known worldwide for his card-playing for bid whist and pinochle. In Ron’s early years, he was a disc jockey on a public radio station on the OSU campus. In his career, he was a car salesman for Byers Chrysler and Ricket Ford. Following selling cars he sold cable, Ron was employed with Spectrum through its transition from Time Warner and Insight in 2000.
Ronald is preceded in death by her maternal grandparents, parents; William Moore Sr, and Marilyn Wilson Moore, brothers; William Moore Jr., Thomas Moore, and sister Tina Ann Mullins.

Ronald leaves to cherish his memory his beloved sons Christopher P. (Kimmie) Moore of ; St Marys, GA; Adam R. Moore of Columbus, Ohio; step-son T’Rico M. Smith of Columbus, Ohio; goddaughter Nydia Robinson of Columbus, Ohio; sister, Zeta (Keith) Jones; brother, Roger Moore (Denise Durant), all of Columbus Ohio; Aunts, Mary Jo Holloman of Dayton, Ohio, Mary Wilson, of Delaware, Ohio; nieces, Dawn E. Allen of Columbus, Ohio, Aletha R. M. (Brandt) Carter of Atlanta, Ga., Love E. (Larry) Moore of Columbus, Ohio, Dominique (Richard) Sieger, of Germany, Carina Moore, of Germany, and Bianca N. Moore of Columbus, Ohio; nephews, William Allen, Roger (Marie) Allen and Zion L. Mullins of Columbus, Ohio, Thomas (Sabrina) Moore, of Germany, step granddaughter Tazyah D. Smith, Twenty-one great nieces and nephews, and a host of cousins; Special niece Love E. Moore; Special friends Rose Moore James, Vanessa Moore-Holly, Mitchelle Netter, Denise Days, Darlene Smith, Karen Sue Days, Gary ‘Danny’ Days, Stuart Struthers, Sherry Spence, Angie Long, Brandy Daurant, Brother and Sister Rayford, Brother Botha Green, Columbus Whist Players and Pinochle – Michele, Barb, Mary, Greg, Yvonne, Phylis, Jonnie Mae, John, Keith, Dugger, Butch, Sylvia and Jose.

Visitation 10:00 AM and Memorial Service 11:00 AM Tuesday, October 12, 2021 at Mt Hermon Missionary Baptist Church, 2283 Sunbury Rd. Ministry of Comfort entrusted to MARLAN J. GARY FUNERAL HOME, THE CHAPEL OF PEACE EAST, 5456 E. LIVINGSTON AVE. T

  1. Condolences to the family

  2. Nydia N Robinson

    Dad I’m going to miss you soo much..this hurts so bad…I wasn’t over my grandma now you.. I can’t take no more.. this was so unexpected. I know you’re in a better place now but it still hurts. I love you and I’m going to miss u alot…

    Love Nydia

  3. Sis Donna Shepherd

    Sis Zeta & Family, You have my deepest sympathy. Bro Ronald was a very nice man and I will miss seeing him at noon day Bible Study when I attended and most of all at morning worship service. May the Lord comfort each of you during this time of sorrow. God Bless!!

  4. My Family
    I can’t imagine what you must be feeling right now, but I want you to know that we are just a phone call away.

    I hope that our Lord brings you much-needed peace during this sad time.

    Love you
    Mark Darlene Smith

  5. Ron was such a pleasure to work with what a wonderful person he will be so missed, and I am truly blessed to have been able to work along side him!

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