Glen “Poppy” Moore

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Obituary

Walter Glen Moore went to be with the Lord on Saturday, May 4, 2019.

His family and friends will gather to celebrate his life of 72 years at 11 a.m. on Friday, May 10, 2019. A reception at Lake Ridge Chapel will follow at the conclusion of the service. A tribute of Glen Moore’s life may be found at www.memorialdesigners.net, where you may leave memories and expressions of sympathy for the family.

Glen “Poppy” Moore was born on September 17, 1946, to Clyde and Veda Pope Moore in Lubbock, Texas. He attended Lubbock High School, was a member of The Cascades band and spent a lot of his time circling the Hi-D-Ho drive-in. It was during this time he met his lovely wife Chyral. The two were wed on June 3, 1965, at the First Four Square Church in Lubbock, Texas and remained married for 54 years.

After graduation, Glen attended Electrical Trade School and went on to work as an electrician. He would go on to found Commercial Electric of Lubbock in 1981, which is now a third-generation electrical sales and service business.

Survivors include his wife; his two sons, Shannon and wife Pam, Brannon and wife Tabatha; his four grandchildren, Tyler, and girlfriend Morgan Byrd, Taren and wife Jessica, Brannson and wife Danielle, Bryson and girlfriend Katy Renshaw; his brother, Carl Moore; and his sister, Sandy Tyler.

He was preceded in death by his parents, Clyde and Veda Moore, and his sister, Janelle Troyer.

 

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10 thoughts on “Glen “Poppy” Moore”

  1. Marilyn Hampton

    Glenn was a wonderful man. My ex husband Duane McBee and I visited with Glen and Chyral a lot right after we were married and then just lost contact. Chyral, a lot of people really don’t know what you are going through losing your husband, but I can totally understand your pain as I just lost my husband last week. My prayers are with you and the family. May God wrap his arms around you and give you comfort and peace knowing you will see him again. God bless you. Marilyn (McBee) Hampton

  2. Sorry to hear about my second cousin Glen’s passing. When I was growing up, he was my idol, he was 6 years older than me and I thought he was the coolest guy I knew. I remember him mowing my grandmother’s yard (his Aunt Jo). I took over that job when I got old enough. He always seemed to have time for me back then. When he started his electric business, he could be counted on to fix electric problems for family, which he never charged them for. I wish I had stayed in touch with him these last several years, but he will always be an important and influential part of my life.

  3. May the Lord comfort all my family members as they morn the loss of Glen. There has been much joy in all our lives over the years as we traveled to various parts of the country but the drawback has been loss of contact with each other. My prayers for Chyral and all the children and family members. I cannot attend because of recent hip surgery but I do, and will pray.

  4. Hey,Chyral and Boys,It’s been a long, long time since Pegs and I visited you guys in Vegas.Good memories! Huh.I’ll see you Fri or sooner.my Love always.To Dendy and their kids,l was “Poppy” also! Joe Webb

  5. Be at peace my sweet friend “Glen”. Your memory is etched in my heart, along with all the good times in past years with you and Chyral. You were always so hard working, but put your family first. I so respected you and felt honored that you both have touched my life in such a positive way. You will be missed.

  6. Marilyn Shipman Haynes

    Sending a prayer of comfort to you Chyral, to your wonderful sons and their families and to Sandy and Butch. I have sweet memories of Glenn as a child. I always thought he was such a great guy. I remember Easter egg hunts, trick-or-treating, playing at the park, and going to that little grocery store down by your house. We actually kind of roamed the neighborhood without a care in the world which made for really nice memories. Glen will be missed by so many.

  7. ANNA AND CARLOS AGUERO

    what a great man GOD must of had a special job for him he never complained always spoke with a soft voice he will be very much missed,, prayers to the whole family

  8. Chick and Marilyn Boyington

    Our thoughts and prayers our with you Chyral and the entire family at the passing of this good man and long time friend.

  9. Chyral, Brannon and family we were deeply saddened to hear of Glen’s passing. Remembering fondly when we were neighbors. Love, Debbie and your Camelot Village Family

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