William Keith Moore

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William Keith Moore, age 60, born October 26, 1959 in Columbus, Ohio, passed away unexpectedly on Friday, July 3, 2020 at Grant Medical Center.

He was a graduate of Marion Franklin High School, then furthered his education at ITT Technical Institute in Dayton, Ohio. After which, he enlisted and served in the US Army for a period of 8 years. For the last 10 years, he was employed with Mount Carmel East, where he was a dedicated and loyal employee, loved by all.

Preceded in death by his parents, William and Dorothy Moore and brother, Keenan Moore.

He is survived by his wife, Estelita Santos Moore; children; sister, Karen Moore, and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, aunts, uncles and grandchildren.
William Keith Moore will forever be missed by those who had the privilege of knowing and loving him.

Private Visitation 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM Monday, July 13, 2020 at MARLAN J. GARY FUNERAL HOME, THE CHAPEL OF PEACE EAST, 5456 E. Livingston Ave. at MARLAN J. GARY FUNERAL HOME, THE CHAPEL OF PEACE EAST, 5456 E. Livingston Ave.

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Condolence Messages

  1. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family at this most difficult time please be sure to cope with the heavy weight of your loss. Truly sorry for your loss.


    • My thoughts and prayers continue for this difficult time you are facing. William may your soul Rest In Peace. Like I said to you before you left this world don’t worry we will take care of Lita. Rest peacefully brother-in-law you are now at peace. You are now Lita’s angel.

  2. Rodney & Cristina Mendiola

    May care and love of those around you provide comfort and peace to get you through the days ahead. Our most sincere condolences to you and your family!

  3. Our condolences to the family. May he rest in peace✝️✝️✝️. He will be greatly missed. Lita, our prayers are with you during you time of sorrow. Be strong for the Lord has gain another angel. We love you❤❤❤

  4. Arletta and the Boys

    Condolences to each of you. May loving memories of your times together be shared and remembered for generations.


  6. We love you all, sending love and prayers from Florida. Drew, Laura and Lindsey

  7. Tricia Lawson & Family.

    Rest In Peace Uncle William. Lita, you are in my thoughts and prayers always. We love you very much.

  8. Nancy billiter plantz

    Rest in heaven my brother love you

  9. Nancy Edwards

    My cousin I know God makes no mistakes you will be missed as i sit and think back when we were kids we all would meet up at Granny’s and play we get in trouble Man it’s hard God delivered you from all your illness and gave you your Wing’s Praise ye The Lord LOVE your cousin Nancy Edwards

  10. Jacqueline Brown

    Karen, Charles and Jessica, I send my deepest sympathy to you all. May you find comfort in the memories that will last forever. Will continues to pray for you guys. Love you always fam.

  11. Patricia Superales and Family

    Our thoughts and prayers to the family of our Beloved William. He will be dearly missed but never forgotten. His humility throughout the years since he became part of our family is what will be remembered forever. RIPmy brother-in-law.

  12. Vilma/Alan Moniz

    Our deepest condolences Auntie Lita and Moore family. We send all our love and prayers during your difficult time. May uncle Will rest in paradise. We will always remember the memories that were made and keep him in our thoughts. Love the Moniz family

  13. Ivy Superales and Family

    You all are in our hearts and prayers for peace, strength, and comfort during this time of loss. Condolences sent from your family in Washington.

    May your soul rest in peace Uncle Will, I know you’re smiling down from heaven. We love you and will miss you always.

  14. Donna & Pete Guerrero

    Our Sincere Condolences to Lita and Family…May William Rest In Peace With All Our Lord Jesus Christ, He will be missed by many.

  15. Wassup Will,
    I just want to let you know that I’m thankful and appreciative for you choosing to be with my mother even though she had three teenage knuckleheaded sons and two younger children at the time y’all started together. I know the both of you had your Rights and wrongs, ups and downs but the thing that I am so grateful for is that regardless of what you two went through you both stuck together and that to me is a God given companionship. I know I wasn’t always around throughout these years but I can tell in my mom’s voice through the phone chats and video calls that you all were doing fine. With that said I know you and I barely even got on the phone and talked to each other but all of a sudden on this Father’s Day we saw each other through a video call and I was able to wish you a Happy Father’s Day. all the other times I just tell my mom before we hang up tell Will I said what’s up. Strange how God puts brief but special moments into our lives and we never acknowledged them until things like this happen. Well anyways I just want to thank you again and see you when I get there….
    We Live to Die then Live Forever…

  16. Rachel & Leecan Family

    Sending love your way and prayer up above. We send our condolences to you and the rest of the family. We love you guys and are here if you need anything. Rest in Heaven Uncle William.

  17. Claire santos-Peredo & andrew Peredo & familia

    Wishing you peace and comfort for the days ahead …and loving memories to hold to your dear heart … may he rest in paradise…amen!

  18. Camaryn Moniz

    Uncle will, you are missed and loved always.
    You had this sense of humor that would brighten those on their darkest of days. You had this heart that was so warm and caring that you’d welcome anyone and help anybody that asked.
    And most of all you were an amazing husband, son, brother, stepdad, grandfather, uncle etc.
    one day we will all be able to reunite together but until then I hope you’re dancing and smiling down on us from heaven. I pray that you rest in paradise!
    I send my Condolence to the family and to my auntie lita. You will forever be in our hearts!
    We love you always uncle will

  19. i am so sorry lita, william he was such a loved man and helping everybody he could i will miss him very much i love you william God Bless You, you are in Gods Hands now he will take care of you and watch over Lita for you

  20. Rest In Peace Uncle Will, I know you are now in a better place. It has been a while since I’ve seen you but I will always remember your sense of humor and laughter. My heart and prayers are with you Auntie Lita and family. Always remember we are here to love and support you my auntie. Love you so much.

  21. Justin and TiffanyNicole

    We are sorry for the loss of Uncle Will. May he Rest In Peace. We love you Aunty Lita and we hope you can find peace through these difficult times.

    Lots of love,

    Justin and Tiffany

  22. Nathan and Teka Quitugua

    Uncle William, you will be forever missed. Rest in Heaven Uncle Will, I wish we could of run that spades game back again but that can wait till we meet again. We love you. Aunty Lita, our hearts are with you in these times. R.I.P.

  23. Rest In Peace Uncle. We made some good memories here in Washington. You will never be forgotten. Auntie Lita and cousins, we are Really sorry for uncle. If you guys need anything we are are here for you. One love from Team Santos; Ryan, my wife Cheryl, and my 2 daughters Skyla and Layla

  24. I’ve meet you so long ago, I’ve sat and talked to you on several occasion, I’ve known you to be a good guy and I call you a friend and one of my family member. I just wish we had more time to chat. You will be missed. Rest In Peace my friend

  25. Martin, Elizabeth & Ryan Reyes

    To Mama Lita & Family
    May you find strength moving forward in your daily lives, for William’s absence will surely be missed. He really was an amazing person. My family is grateful to have known William, as a family friend and a mentor to my son Ryan. Thank you for all the great moments we have gotten to share with William, Mama Lita and the family. God Bless William, Mama Lita and the entire family. We will miss William’s kindness, engaging personality, and spirit.

  26. Jenny & Eric Natalicio & kids

    Our prayers are with you and your family Auntie Lita. May Uncle William Rest in Paradise. We love you.

  27. Will never forget Keith. I have worked with Keith at MCE since his first day on campus working in the Linen department. We would say hello to one another every time on the dock when I was receiving in an order or he was going on break to his car. His first few weeks he told me to call him William but by the 3rd week he said “my friends call me Keith, call me Keith Matt.” Since that day 10 years ago we spoke everyday. I will miss him and our talks about his favorite pop Mt Dew and winning the lottery. I give the Lord thanks for making him a part of my life. My prayers are with his family and Mt Carmel family.

  28. John R Santos

    Lita, so sorry for your loss, William was a very special guy to be able to live, breathe the Santos way of life. He will not be forgotten. Please stay strong and always remember, we are here for you, oooh rraahh

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