Johnny M. Moore

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Johnny Moore, a resident of Canyon Lake, passed away on Friday, September 16, 2011 at Christus Santa Rosa Hospital in New Braunfels at the age of 80. He was born on September 3, 1931 in Medford, MA to John R. Moore and Madlyn Anne Hunt Moore. Mr. Moore was a veteran of the Korean Conflict and served his country proudly in the United States Air Force. In addtion, he was a long-time sports director for KSAT 12 News in San Antonio. John was born the first of 4 boys and 1 strong girl, in an Irish Catholic family in a Boston suburb in Massuchusetts. When he came to San Antonio, TX for his Air Force basic training, he married his first wife Rose, and was the dad to three little ones. Daughter Darlene, quickly became his first angel and was the first in his heart during her brief life. His next love is Lorene Bothe, who is married to Richard and has 2 sons, Zach and Trey. Lorene now has 3 grandbabies; Kaley, Alexsis and Kyndel. Son John Michael, Jr., has a daughter Natalie and son Ryan. His second marriage to wife Janet, produced his son, Christopher Michael, who is married to Cindy and they have a son, Dexx. To his siblings; Tommy and George and Janet, he is "Jackie". All live in the Northeast; Connecticut, New Hampshire and Minnesota. All have their fond memories and stories, all in true Irish form. The Boston Red Sox is the only baseball team and The Bruins the only hockey team. Mr. Moore is survived by his loving wife Janet Moore, their son Chris, John's daughter Lorene and son John Michael, 5 grandchildren, 3 great-grandchildren, brothers Tommy and George and sister Janet. A memorial service is scheduled for 2:00 p.m. on Thursday, September 29, 2011 at the Lux Funeral Home Chapel with the Reverend Mark Simpson officiating.

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  1. To my old dear friend deepest sympathy to the family.You had very memeriol life .Now your at peace no more sickeness.Can rest and be peace free.In time the family will not feel so much pain .

  2. To my old dear friend deepest sympathy to the family.You had very memeriol life .Now your at peace no more sickeness.Can rest and be peace free.In time the family will not feel so much pain .

  3. My two brothers are together again and hopefully causing trouble and having fun as they did growing up. Love you forever Jack and don’t forget to pray for snow – dam that guiness will never taste the same 🙂

  4. It is with deep sadness that I hear of the passing of Johnny. I worked with him for serveral years at channel 12. He was one of a kind Newsman. Our sympathy goes out to Janit and the family. Ron & Bitsy Smith

  5. Dear Janet, My deepest sympathy to you and your family on the passing of your beloved Johnny. I remember Johnny from his TV days…he was always great and entertaining! May God be with you and carry you this difficult time. With love, prayers and sympathy, Margie Albrecht Salvatierra-Earl (Robert E. Lee HS, 1961)

  6. Memories of when Johnny moore and i shared a good the service station at Bremmerhaven,Germany.We had our children while being Germany,Johnny had son John MIcheal Moore.As I had daughter Vicki Raybon both children borned in bremmerhaven

  7. Was very sad to hear of Johnny Moore’s passing. Remembering the fond memories of growing up with my neice and nephew (his children Lorene & Mike) and the backyard parties at our home, where Daddy & Johnny enjoyed a few cold Lone Star beers together! I will always remember watching him on channel 12 and for his laugh that made you laugh. Patricia Redlin Michigan

  8. sorry to hear of these lost I have so meany stories to tell I allways remember when john work at radio station he play 16 candles and the stories when him and rose were on the ship with elvis you will be miss and you were loved so much couisn Louise god bless you al ways

  9. Dear Janet. I’m so sorry to hear of Johnny’s passing. My Bill and Johnny worked together at Ch. 12 in the good ol’ days. I won’t ever forget the good times we all had together. Surely Johnny, Bill, Jim Logan and all those other old timers are enjoying good times together again. God bless you and your family.,

  10. To the family of Johnny Moore, Jackies mother was my mother’ sister. As children we enjoyed a fair amount of time together until he joined the Air Force. we met several times throughout his life here in the northeast after he left the service. I still remember his infectious smile and enabling laugh. Although our time together was limited I want to express our condolences to you all. He was truly extraordinary individual! He will remain in our prayers and thoughts. Cousin Al

  11. Time is passing. Snow is on the mountains. When does it get easier? I miss you Jack. Thank you Albert.

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