Celebrating the life of

Theodore Kenneth (Ted) Moore

Passed away on March 28, 2020

Theodore Kenneth (Ted) Moore

Theodore Kenneth (Ted) Moore, 82, of Savannah, passed away peacefully on March 28, 2020. 

He was preceded in death by his parents, Louise and Albert Moore, his brother A. William Moore Jr., and sister Laurel Moore; and is survived by his loving wife of nearly 60 years, Jacqueline Moore; daughters, Denise Donaher (Ian) and Jaimi Metz (Russell); son, Michael Moore (Kim); seven grandchildren; two great granddaughters; and sister Mary Leffler (Robert). 

Ted was born in Michigan, he met the love of his life in college, and they began their life together in Long Island.  He lived in eight different states through the course of his life.  Each place offered an opportunity for Ted to involve his family in many interesting, fun-filled adventures and activities including:  fishing the lakes of Michigan, canoeing the Little Miami River, sailing the waters of Narragansett Bay, and bodysurfing the waves of Emerald Isle.  He retired to Skidaway Island where he enjoyed many happy hours of golf and bridge with both new and old friends.  Always an active guy who liked to be on the move, Ted had a passion for running with a goal to run until 80.  When his knees had a different plan for him, he became an avid bicyclist.  Ted reveled in teaching his children and grandchildren the finer points of ping pong, bocce, and family card games.  He was always ready with his great big laugh and an encouraging word.   We are truly thankful for having so many wonderful years… 

Services will be private. 



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So sad to hear that Ted has passed and we're sending condolences to my sister, Jackie, and Denise, Jaimi and Mike. We have fond memories of family events together over the years, including friendly rounds of golf during visits to Keene, NH. May Jackie and family find comfort together in Ted's memory. Love, Mary Jo and Dave

- Mary Jo Brown and Dave Demers, Lowell, MA

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My husband Dale and I will always remember Ted fondly. Being neighbors, we would drive by frequently when Ted would be working in his yard always with a smile and a wave. Your family will be in our thoughts and prayers.

- Anne D Hendrix, Savannah, GA

We were delighted to have Ted as our Skidaway neighbor. We will keep his dear wife Jackie and family in our prayers.

- Krupp, Savannah , GA

Im so sorry for your loss. I was Teds barber for many years. He was one of my loyal customers. He will be missed. Deepest sympathy to your family.

- Michelle, Savannah , Georgia

My heart is broken--so many memories from 1952 on--a dear friend for life--we share your pain and loss, but will always remember the good times we shared over the many years we had--with deepest sympathy to you and you family--John and Liz

- John Thomas, Mason, Ohio

Wishing you strength during this time. No words I write can make up for your loss. I know that his memory will make you strong. Bernie

- Bernie Hebert, Paducah, KY

We enjoyed having Ted next door these past years, and seeing him in the mornings biking or walking. Best wishes for Jackie.

- Karen Dove Barr, Savannah, GA

Services under the direction of:

Fox & Weeks Funeral Directors, Hodgson Chapel

  • A Private Service Will Be Held