Don Moore

Don Paige Moore

Sunday, November 23rd, 1958 - Tuesday, April 21st, 2020
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Don Paige Moore passed away on Tuesday, April 21 after a very brief battle with cancer. Don was born November 23, 1958 in Kosciusko, Mississippi. He was the third child born to Jerry K. and Mary Nell (O'Briant) Moore. He grew up in the Barnes community in Leake County, Mississippi and graduated from Carthage High School. He also graduated from Northeast Community College and obtained his BA in Music from the University of Southern Mississippi. Don earned a Master's Degree from Delta State University. He served as band director at Decatur High School and Newton High School.

Don is survived by his mother, Mary Nell Johnson of Kosciusko, brother, Gregg A. (Lita) Moore of Carthage, sister, Terry M. (Doug) Overstreet of Kosciusko and brother, Jimmy H.Pickle (Stephanie) of Carthage. He is also survived by several nieces and nephews; all of whom he adored.

He was preceded in death by his father, Jerry K. Moore and his grandparents, Cecil and Carmen Moore and Clyde and Ella Mae O'Briant.

Don was known for his kindness, sweet spirit and his love of family and friends. He dearly loved his "furbaby" companions, Tanner, Buddy and Beau. Don owned and operated a flower shop in Kosciusko for twelve years where he became life long friends with many of his customers. Don will be greatly missed by family and a host of friends alike.

A memorial service for Don will be held at a later date and will be announced on Don's Facebook page.

Culpepper Funeral Home in Kosciusko in in charge of arrangements. Online condolences may be made at
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Randy Trahan

Posted at 07:37pm
Don was one of the sweetest and kindest friend anyone could hope to have. We lost a wonderful friend, devoted son and loving brother. I am a better man for having known you. Til we meet again!

Terry Overstreet Posted at 01:31pm

You were a true and faithful friend to Don as well. Thank you.


Posted at 01:20pm
Don--we will miss you!
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Terry Overstreet Posted at 01:58am

He thought so much of you, Danny. Thank you.

Dan West

Posted at 05:57pm
I express sorrow to the family and friends of Mr. Don Paige Moore. I pray our Lord's love, comfort and strength for each of you.

Terry Overstreet Posted at 01:59am

Thank you

Sue Nowell

Posted at 05:32pm
I was so saddened to hear about Don. It hurts my heart that family & friends can not be together at this time to share stories and our love for him. I always enjoyed getting to know him when he opened Bloomers. I will cherish those visits. He always had his "babiy" at the time with him. I know he will be missed. Prayers for strength & courage for his family. Love y'all

Terry Overstreet Posted at 01:59am

Thank you, Sue. Love you, too.

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