Charles Edward “Buster” Moore
March 31, 1930 – October 26, 2021
Charles Edward Moore was born on March 31, 1930 in San Augustine, TX to Bobbie Hale Moore and Dee Moore. After a family move to Beaumont, Texas, he attended Adams Elementary and later graduated from Charlton Pollard High.
During his attendance at Charlton Pollard High, he met the love of his life, Mary Ann Ervin. They were united in holy matrimony on January 18, 1957 and enjoyed years of wedded bliss until her passing on August 15, 2015.
Mr. Moore retired from the City of Beaumont Landfill after over 25 years of service working his way up from laborer to landfill supervisor.
Mr. Moore accepted Jesus Christ as his Lord and Savior at Starlight Missionary Baptist Church in Beaumont, TX. In service to the Lord, outside of treating all with love and respect, Mr. Moore served in the kitchen at Starlight. Later, after retirement and moving to Doucette, Texas, Mr. Moore became a trustee and played an integral part as a member in True Vine Missionary Baptist Church in Doucette.
Outside of his marriage and his love for the Lord, his next love was cooking, especially barbeque where he specializing in ribs and a secret recipe that he has never shared. He often bragged that his ribs were so good, that people throw away the meat and eat the bone.
Charles Moore was preceded in death by his parents, Dee and Bobbie Moore, his wife, Mary Ann Moore, two brothers, I.D. Moore and Alton Lee Moore, Sr., and two sisters, Annie Bell Dugas and Ella Mae Moore.
Mr. Moore leaves to cherish his memory, one sister, Alice Moore Guillory, one special niece, Tracey Johnson (Phillip), one godson and nephew, Hakeem Shakoor, one goddaughter April Guillory Poulard, and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, and dear friends.