Mark Edwin Moore

December 09, 1924 ‒ October 13, 2019

Mount Vernon, Ohio

Mark Edwin Moore, 94, of Mount Vernon passed away on Sunday morning, October 13, 2019 at the Ohio Eastern Star Home in Mount Vernon. He was born on December 9, 1924 in Englewood, Ohio, the sixth and last child of the Rev. Clarence T. and Jenny Moore.

Mark is survived by a daughter, Marci Fenner; a son, Marc J. Moore; a grandson, Shawn Jackson; a sister, Esther Jetter; and several nieces and nephews.

Mark was preceded in death by his wife of 59 years, Lucille; a daughter, Jenny; his parents; and four brothers, Larry, Marion, Norman and Paul.

Mark was a WWII Navy Veteran.  In 1948, he married Lucille Heldenbrand of Mansfield.  Together they pastored in the Church of the Nazarene for 45 years, Pastoring in Northwest Ohio and Northeast Indiana.

Mark’s body has been donated to the Boonshoft School of Medicine at Wright State University in Dayton.  A celebration of life service will be held at a later date.

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The Snyder Funeral Homes in Mount Vernon are honored to serve the family of Mark Edwin Moore.

  • I had the privilege of caring for Mark in the Cardiology Department at Knox Community Hospital for many years. He was a great man and my life was enriched by our paths crossing on this side of heaven. My sincere sympathy to the family for their loss.

  • “My get up and go has got up and went”. He always made me smile.
    Sending prayers to Mark’s family.

  • Deepest condolences to Mr. Moore’s family. I had the privilege to be able to call Mark my friend. I met Mr. Moore at the Public Library of Mt. Vernon, where I am employed (he had such a love for books and knowledge). It was always a joy to see him come through the library doors . He would type us up papers of little things he would want us to know informative things (still have most of them). I would go to KCH to pick-up my mother lunch or dinner and there Mark would be having his meal sometimes with his friend and sometimes alone, but he never was truly alone cause he made friends where ever he was. He will be deeply missed but never forgotten. He enriched so many lives. REST IN PEACE my FRIEND.