Rev. Lee Moore

Rev. Lee Edwin "Ed" Moore Jr.

Saturday, June 2nd, 1934 - Friday, May 15th, 2020
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Rev. Lee Edwin “Ed” Moore, Jr., 85 formerly of Feeder Avenue, Lewistown, passed away Friday, May 15, 2020 at Valley View Haven, Belleville.
He was born June 2, 1934 in Lewistown, he was the son of the late Lee E. Moore, Sr. and Alice E. (Deavor) Moore.
He was preceded in death by his wife of more than 61 years, Rosann Z. Moore on September 14, 2016.
Ed is survived by his children, Kimbra Stewart and husband George of McClure; Matt Moore and wife Gina of Lewistown; and Stephanie Prendergast of Reedsville; grandchildren, Douglas Stewart and wife Melissa; Steven Stewart and wife Stephanie; Christopher Stewart and wife Jessica; Gage, Evan and Reese Moore; Allison, Abbygail and Keegan Prendergast; great grandchildren, Olivia and Jackson Stewart; Mya Stewart and Zoe Stewart; he is also survived by a brother, Larry R. Moore of Locust Grove Retirement Village, Mifflin; and a sister, Janice M. Hackenberger and husband George of Mexico, PA. He is also survived by sister-in-law’s Marilyn “Polli” Specht of Milroy; Susan Colpetzer and husband John of Belleville; and Elena DeLuca of Boalsburg.
He graduated from Lewistown High School in 1953. Ed was a member of the Pennsylvania National Guard for several years. Ed was a chef at Zimmie’s Dinner and a Penn State Fraternity. He was the first chef at Valley View Haven. Ed graduated from Penn State University in 1972, with a degree in cooperative education of quantity foods and vocational instruction. He then began to teach at the Mifflin Juniata Vo-Tech school while he pursued his calling in ministry in the 1980s. He retired from Mifflin Juniata Vo-Tech school in 1996.
Ed pastored at the Penns Valley Charge from 1988-1993. He then served the Milroy Charge from 1993- 2004. After his retirement, Ed was the visiting pastor at Grace United Methodist Church of Lewistown.
He was a member of Grace United Methodist Church for over 60 years. During that time, he was actively involved in the youth program and their trips to Florida. He also taught adult Sunday school classes for many years. Ed directed the Easter plays, The Last Supper and The Other Twelve.
Ed was a PIAA Football Official for 52 years, he was mainly known for being the clock operator at Mitchell Field from 1958-2008. Ed also was PIAA Basketball Official for 12 years.
Ed was the advisor of the VICA program while he was at Mifflin Juniata Vo-Tech school. He also was actively involved in the Lewistown Area High School band boosters.
Ed always enjoyed spending time with his wife, children, grandchildren, and great- grandchildren. Ed was a die-hard Penn State football fan where he held season tickets for 50 years and never missed a game. Ed supported the activities his children and grandchildren participated in. Ed was loved by many for his ability to always make people smile and laugh while also digging deep when he knew someone was upset. Ed will be missed greatly by family, friends, and so many others.
Due to the COVID-19 restrictions, a memorial service will be announced at a later date.
Memorial contributions in Ed’s memory can be made to the Grace United Methodist Church, 101 Logan Street, Lewistown, PA 17044 or Valley View Haven Chapel Fund, 4702 E. Main Street, Belleville, PA 17004.
Funeral arrangements are under the care of the Barr Funeral Home and Crematory, 120 Logan Street, Lewistown, PA 17044
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The noerrs

Posted at 01:01am
Kim and families. We were sorry to hear of your dads passing. Please accept our condolences. We know you will all miss his presence in your lives and pray your memories help sustain you all.

Delores Kingston

Posted at 11:00am
Condolences to the family. Thinking of all of you at this time.

Willie Breon

Posted at 11:09am
Ed was a longtime friend, especially through our association through sports. He was always so kind to me. He made me feel so special. I really liked Ed. So sorry that he passed. A very kind soul. R.I.P. my friend.

Darrell stewart

Posted at 10:01am
In Christ loving arms, there is enough strength to carry you, grace to keep you strong and more than enough love to carry you through this time.
We are sorry for the loss of your Dad, Grandfather, Great-Grandfather. He will be missed greatly.
Darrell And Susan Stewart Family

Carol Kearnsd

Posted at 07:36am
Moore Family
ED was a wonderful, compassionate and kind man. I enjoyed taking his cake decoration class even though he told me my roses looked like a head of cabbage! You are all in our hearts and prayers as you move forward from this devestating loss! God be with you.
Carol Kearns and family

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