April 18, 2019
The word lost a little of it's brightness on 4/18/2019 with the passing of Patrick Norman Moore. My brother was a brilliant and accomplished man. After graduating from Munford High School, he attended Jacksonville State University for higher education and harbored a deep love for the learning institution all of his life. Being truly blessed with an innate aptitude for mathematics led Patrick to a life in the technology industry. He started working in the technical filed of mobile phone tower networks and remained in telecommunications all of his career in some form. His final place of employment had him helping to develop software for the industry and doing so with many cherished colleagues with which he had worked previously as well as new ones. Throughout his career he has spoken at conferences and even contributed chapters to industry related books. In his personal life he was a talented photographer and tinkerer with all things technology related. Patrick is preceded in death by our Mother, Pamela Ann Moses, his father, Frank Windle Moore, grandparents, Norman and Hazel Miller as well as Samuel W. and Edith Belle Moore, and his niece, Kristin Nicole Dustin. He is survived by his step father, Steven D. Moses, step mother, Janine K. Moses, siblings, S. Matthew Moses, Sheri Dustin, Michael F. Moore, Angela E. Moore Williams, Nicholas Moses, Alexander Moses niece, Kadi Bright and nephew, Joshua Dustin. On Friday, 4/26/2019, a celebration of Patrick's life will be held at Miller Funeral Home located at 50 Hamric Dr. East, Oxford, AL 36203. Family is welcome to join us between 4PM to 5PM Central to contribute any photographs or other items to be placed in memorial of his life. All others please join us at 6PM to 8PM Central time to share stories and celebrate Patrick. My brothers' last days were spent with me, his brother Matthew, getting over the last discomforts of a minor operation. We laughed, watched nerdy movies, and discussed ideas for businesses as we were oft to do when together. I will forever be thankful that I spent so much time with him the two weeks prior to his passing. Patrick was my pillar of reason who kept me grounded. He was kind and generous to a fault. As such we ask that instead of flowers that a donation be made in his honor. Patrick gave monthly to Jacksonville State University's science department and volunteered to serve on a committee for the department. Any donations to JSU or a children's charity would best represent the life my Brother lived.
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