Timothy James Moore

Born on October 22, 1965 in Cleveland, Ohio
Departed May 25, 2023 in Melbourne, Florida

Timothy James Moore, 57, passed away Thursday, May 25, 2023.
He is survived by his father James and his mother Gail; sister Lisa; brother Gregory and his wife Thuy; nephew Liam; as well as aunts, an uncle, and several cousins.

Born in Cleveland, Ohio and came to Palm Bay, Florida in 1975. He was currently residing in West Melbourne, Florida for the past 30 years. He was a member of Saint Joseph’s Catholic Church in Palm Bay, Florida.

Timmy, as many people called him, was an ace automotive mechanic. He owned and operated Moore’s Car Care in Melbourne, Florida with his parents. He was also a Machinery Technician and small boat Engineer at U.S. Coast Guard Station Port Canaveral, Florida. Timmy retired from the United States Coast Guard Reserves as a Petty Officer First Class after 22 years of service.

Spending time with family and friends brought him the most joy. As was attending music concerts, listening to classic rock music, and going to NFL football games as a Tampa Bay Buccaneers fan. Timmy was a jokester! Always ready with a joke to share while giving you one of his belly laughs that were so contagious.

Above all, he cherished his family. He was a man of many words with a heart of gold. You could always count on Timmy!

He is now in heaven with our Lord Jesus Christ and hugging family and friends he has missed so much. We can hear him say with a smile, “This is not goodbye, this is see you again one day.”

Services: Celebration of Life with United States Coast Guard Honors
Date and Hour of Service: Friday, June 2nd @ 11:00 AM (Visitation begins @ 10:00 AM)
Place of Service: Brownlie and Maxwell Chapel (1010 E. Palmetto Ave., Melbourne, FL 32901)
Name of Clergy: Deacon Al Somma

Burial: United States Coast Guard Veteran Burial
Date and Hour of Burial: Monday, June 5th @ 2:30 PM
Place of Burial: Cape Canaveral National Cemetery (5525 US Highway 1, Mims, FL 32754)

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27 entries.
Laurie Rickert from Melbourne wrote on February 23, 2024:
I texted you this morning having no idea you were now in heaven! My heart goes out to your family. Rest in peace sweet friend ❤️
Stephen Lowry from Melbourne wrote on February 5, 2024:
Dear Tim, My heart ached when I stopped by the garage to say hello and was given the notice of your passing. I gave your Dad an embrace and we talked for some time. Worthy Sir Tim, you have always been like a Brother to me, ever since high school, and even our last time together at the garage where you aligned my car. Why our Lord called you Home, just 15 days after our last time together, only He knows. Thank you for your Wisdom and Kindness that will continue to Shine in all of us. Save me a seat Bro, see you later, Bro Steve
Teresa Hammer from Malabar wrote on July 28, 2023:
I can honestly say I was shocked and now heartbroken to hear about my dear friend Tim. What seems like a 100 years of helping to care for him and his family at our office is now a cherished memory. This guy here was truly the sweetest most caring person and when he asked about you or the family he truly wanted to know. That smile he had was such a joy and always brought a smile to my face. My heart goes out to his loving family…. Jim, Gail, Greg, Thuy. I am so so sorry for your loss. Boy how he will be missed💔💔💔
timothy marshall from malabar wrote on June 15, 2023:
Just found out about Timmy's passing .So sorry for the whole family's loss he was a great guy and i am going to miss our phone calls to tell each other a joke we just heard .He did have a great laugh and smile and did come from a great family .the Moores we not just long time custmers but good friends .i am truly going to miss him.rest in peace Timmy.
Dorma Hemley from Palm Bay wrote on June 14, 2023:
My heart broke upon hearing this news two days ago that Timmy,had passed. I grew up knowing him and his father and his brother Greg because they used to service my family cars for many many years! And also my oldest brother landed a job at the station and he was very very fond of Timmy. He always talked about how Timmy looked out for him and invited him to a few of their family functions, he spoke very highly of him and Timmy always made sure that he was never without anything and that's the kind of man I could remember him being. My prayer's go out to the Moore family and just know he's in God's care now rest well Timmy and may God continue to bless the Moore family.
Gloria Hile from Palm Bay wrote on June 4, 2023:
My condolences to the Moore Family. May you find peace and comfort knowing that Timmy is with our Lord and Savior now. It was such an honor serving with you at Sta Port Canaveral. You will surely be missed by all whose lives you have touched. RIP Timmy! Fair Winds and Following Seas, Gloria
Ashley from Palm Bay wrote on June 4, 2023:
I’m very saddened by this news and my heart goes out to the Moore family and friends. Timmy was one of my regulars for many years at Old School Pizza and SOL but I would also say he was a friend. He was truly one of a kind and would always put a smile on my face with his unique humor and personality. He was very caring and always took an interest in hearing about me and my life outside of work. RIP my friend 💔
Joyce from Satellite Beach wrote on June 4, 2023:
I am so saddened to hear of the loss of Timmy! My condolences to the Moore family! Gone too soon! Such a great guy! May he rest in peace
Traci from Marysville, PA wrote on June 2, 2023:
My dear sweet cousin Timmy, it has taken me a few days to be able to write this not only because I'm so sad & my heart is broken but because I keep praying it's all a bad dream that I'll eventually wake up from. As the days have passed since I received the devastating call that you had passed, I have found myself walking in circles & forgetting what I'm doing as I'm doing it as my mind just constantly drifts back to you & some of the great memories I have with you like.....All the summers growing up that we all spent together, the times later on that I was able to make visits back down to FL on my own & you would take me for beer & wings & we'd just sit & talk & the countless calls that you would make to Auntie (my Momma), that I was blessed to be part of sometimes to hear the jokes you called to tell her (which she always looked forward to & now you are with her & can tell her all those jokes that she loved so much all the time). Oh how I will miss the sound of your unforgettable voice & your infectious laugh Cuz. Timmy, you have left us way too soon but you will continue to Live on in my memories & heart forever. I love you so very much & You will be missed more than you know by not only me but by everyone who was lucky enough to have known you!!! Rest in Peace in Paradise sweet Cousin. My heart & Prayers are with Aunt Gail, Uncle Jim, Lisa, Greg, Thuy & Liam. Wish I could have been with you all today.
David and Jane Burley from West Melbourne wrote on June 2, 2023:
Sending our deepest condolences to Tim’s family. He was always a friendly, good neighbor. 🙏
Jose A Matos from Port Saint Lucie wrote on June 1, 2023:
Condolences to the family , Timmy you will be missed. Thank you for the memories at station Port Canaveral and the laughs from those gut busting jokes. Hope you and Steve hold the fort down until we all meet again.
Edith from Raleigh wrote on June 1, 2023:
I cannot find the words to express my deep heartbreak and sorrow at you leaving so soon. You are loved and cherished by so many.
Terri Biansco from Palm Bay wrote on May 31, 2023:
Timmy was such an amazing man who yes spent many years at least 30 years knowing him and being the man and friend he was. The family man he was ,,, so there always no matter what. He was my best friend … he will always be my best friend RIP…. I miss you so much …. Until we meet again Terri Mae 🙏🙏🙏🌹❤️
Ron and Kim Schuman from Palm Bay wrote on May 31, 2023:
Our deepest sympathies to the Moore family- Tim has been a best friend for 30 years after meeting him and his family. Never a dull moment with Tim- so many memories- playing darts and pool- hanging out at the shop- texting jokes-standing with Kim as her bridesmaid- talking to your folks on Friday pizza nights- ALWAYS with laughter. We will miss our great times together- RIP Tim
Daniel Rodenbrock from Orlando wrote on May 31, 2023:
We made some good memories while serving in the Coast Guard together. You’re the reason why I still drink milk with ice in my cup. You will be missed brother. Fair Winds And Following Seas, Daniel
Jennifer Tharp from San Francisco wrote on May 31, 2023:
Timmy, I can't believe you're gone. We grew up together. Your gentle nature and easy laugh always reminded me of your dad. I'm pretty sure you still owe me a beer. All my love to your family. Jennifer
Susan ( Klenck) Richards from Palm Bay wrote on May 31, 2023:
to the Moore Family- we The Klenck and Richards Family from the Craftmaster Auto Body will always remember Timmy - Your family will always be in our hearts and thoughts- Rest in sweet peace Dear Timmy - much love to you and family
Traci Sears and Family from Helena, Montana wrote on May 31, 2023:
Our condolences to all of Timmy’s family. We have been keeping you in our thoughts and sending prayers of comfort and courage during this difficult time. Timmy was one of the best people I have ever known. He had a great sense of humor and was a fierce and loyal friend always. He often spoke about his beautiful family. He loved you all so much and was so excited to be an uncle. He was kind, caring, and never missed a chance to reach out. I will never forget the help and love he gave to me over the last 20+ years. I was proud to serve with him in the Coast Guard. There was never a dull moment on a boat with him. They are some of my fondest memories. I will miss our phone calls and visits, but I know he is watching over all of us. Though you have crossed the bar, we can not help to be sad of the farewell as you embarked. We will meet again my friend, God Bless.
Bruce Thompson from Melbourne wrote on May 30, 2023:
Timmy you are so missed! A friend and neighbor that loved like a brother! Always calling and checking on his friends. And surely making sure he prayed for us when we needed healing. He was always talking about his Mom and His Dad. Especially how much his Mom cared , prayed and Loved us as well. And how he would have pizza on Friday with them. Truly a brother and friend that has gone to be with our father in heaven. Till we meet again brother Timmy. Bon Voyage
Thomas, Nancy, Allison & Laila from Altamonte Springs wrote on May 30, 2023:
Wishing you peace, comfort, courage, and lots of love at this time of sorrow. R.I.P

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