Michael James “Mickey” Moore

April 04, 1978 ‒ August 22, 2017

Crestline, Ohio

CRESTLINE:  Mickey Moore didn’t need to be flawless to be a great father. The commitment he made to his daughter, Kennedy, was a precious responsibility. Through his ups and downs, what always remained was his love for family, good heart, caring spirit, and great smile.
   Mickey passed away Tuesday morning August 22, 2017. He was 39.
   Born Michael James Moore April 4, 1978, in Mansfield to Art and Mary (Pickens) Moore, he graduated from Ontario High School in 1996, where he played varsity baseball.
   ASE Certified, Mickey was a highly-regarded auto mechanic, working most recently with Stan’s Auto Service in Akron. He was previously the proud owner of Mickey’s Quality Auto
   Just like his Dad, Mickey was a drag racing driver and enthusiast, and a member of the National Hot Rod Association.
   He is survived by his daughter Kennedy Moore; his mother Mary Moore of Crestline; a brother Chris (Brian Petty) Leedy of Atlanta, GA; a sister Macy (Erik) Flett of Bokeelia, FL; his maternal grandmother Irene Pickens of Sanford, FL; and a large extended family including aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, and cousins.
   Mickey was preceded in death by his father Art Moore; his paternal grandparents Rosetta and Jim Moore; and his maternal grandfather Gene Pickens Sr.
   The Moore family will receive friends Sunday, August 27, 2017, from 12 Noon until 2 p.m. at the Lexington Avenue Snyder Funeral Home. A service celebrating Mickey’s life will follow at 2 p.m. led by his cousin, Pastor Jon Pickens. Interment will be at Lexington Cemetery.
   In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions to aid his family with final expenses may be made care of Snyder Funeral Homes.
   Share a memory or word of sympathy with the Moore family – and watch his tribute video – online at: SnyderFuneralHomes.com
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  • Mary, So sorry to learn of the passing of your son. My heart cries for you. May God give you and your family peace.

  • My heart goes out to everyone who loved Mickey…and there were so many. He will not be forgotten and you’ll have Kennedy to always remind you of him.

  • Mary, Sending thoughts and prayers for you and family. May the good memories get you through these sad times.

  • Words can’t express my feeling for your loss. My prayers are with you, may the Lord give you comfort.

  • Mary,
    I am so deeply sorry for your loss of Mickey. My prayers go to you, Kennedy, Chris, Macy, Deb and your family. I know that no words can lighten your grief at this time, and my heart breaks for you.
    Cathy Sterner

  • I am so deeply sorry for your loss of Mickey. Our prayers are with his family. We Pray

  • Mary, I am so sorry for your loss Mickey always put a smile on my face and I have many Great memories of him.

  • I am so sorry to hear of Mickey’s passing. We graduated together and I have so, so many fond memories of him. I’ve thought of him often over the years and always remembered his kind heart and that laugh of his. Please know that your family is in my thoughts and prayers. May he rest peacefully.

  • Mary and family. You have my deepest sympathy. You are in my thoughts and prayers. Always loved you Mary.

  • My heart goes out to you Mary. Mickey was a great guy and friend of mine years ago. His smile was contagious! Prayers for comfort…

  • Mary,
    So sorry to hear about Mickey’s passing, you are in our thoughts and prayers. I just remember Mickey as a fun loving little boy who enjoyed racing. He was a special person.
    Jeff and Sheryl Weber

    • I am friends in Fla. with Mickey’s grandmother Irene, and was so sorry to get word from her of the loss of her grandson. May God bless and encourage you, Mickey’s family, as He alone can bring you the peace that passes understanding. I send this word to you from Romans 15:13 that says, “May the God of hope fill you with all joy and peace as you trust in Him so that you may overflow with hope by the power of the Holy Spirit.” Bill & Shirley Stiemann