Moore, Mark Stephen

August 24, 1979 - February 28, 2017

Mark Stephen Moore was born in Houston, Texas grew up in Dallas and Redlands, California. He was a graduate of Richardson High School, Class of 1997, attended University of North Texas, and was an Eagle Scout Troop 44, and served in the United States Air Force.

Mark touched the hearts of his family, friends and co workers from Texas to California, through his love of music, cheering on the Rangers and the Cowboys or planning and preparing a culinary delight.  Though Pearl Jam was one of his early favorites, Mark experienced insights and expressions of life through music, writing some of his own for the ear of only a few.  He had the ability to help bring himself or anyone out of a dark day with his humor, intricate stories…fiction or non…, and vibrant zest toward the next best thing.  He was most endeared to those who knew him by his tremendous compassion toward people, animals and situations.

Mark lost  his courageous battle with Leukemia; while winning the hearts of everyone who has ever known him. His piercing blue eyes and warm inviting smile would light up every room he entered. A gentle and kind man who was loved by his family and numerous friends.

Rest…Rest my son the battle is won!  Let God’s loving arms embrace You! I Love You

Mark is survived by father, Stephen W. Moore of Dallas, Texas; mother, Cynthia Lisk Farquhar and stepfather, Willard “Monte” Farquhar, Jr. of Redlands, CA; his longtime love, Allison Graf of Austin; brother, Bryan and sister-in-law Dacia Moore of Friendswood, TX; brother, Casey and sister-in-law Lisa Moore of Redlands, CA; sister Dana Farquhar of Long Beach, CA; Willard “Trey” Farquhar, of California; sister, Andrea and brother-in-law Michael Womack of Jax Beach, FL; sister, Jennifer and brother-in-law Joseph Passeretti. Mark is also survived by his nieces and nephews; Maven, Braylynn, Streeter, and Kivlyn Moore; Sadie, Page, and Austin Moore, Lenyn and Lochlyn Womack.

The family of Mark Stephen Moore would like to invite all family and friends to join us for a Celebration of Mark’s life.

Saturday, March 18, 2017 from 2:00-4:00 P.M. 
Frontiers of Flight Museum
6911 Lemmon Avenue
Dallas, Texas 75209
214-350-3600

In lieu of flowers, the family desires that memorial contributions be in Mark’s memory to Leukemia Texas 4925 N. O’Connor Blvd., Suite 125, Irving, Texas 75062, 214-265-7392 http://leukemiatexas.org

“Blessed are those who mourn for they will be comforted”   Matthew 5:4

Arrangements are under the direction of
ARIA Cremation Service and Funeral Home
19310 Preston Road
Dallas, Texas 75252
214-306-6700

6 replies on “Moore, Mark Stephen”

Frank and Darlene Matamoros says:

My heart aches for you. We are deeply sorry for your lose.I will keep you and Marks family in my prayers.

Steve & Cindy Almer says:

Deepest empathy.

Allison Graf says:

You will be forever missed & I will keep you in my heart until our time comes to meet again.

The Lucas Family says:

We send our deep sympathy to your family during this sad time. Daily may God give you (Ps.34:18) the comfort and support needed as you try to cope. Mark will be sadly missed.

Paul Harris says:

Many hearts are broken, little one in the middle. You are gone too soon, way too soon.

Mary Lecocq says:

Darling Mark blessed our home with his caring kindness, and his thoughtful generosity. He never came home without candy for my young sons. They looked to him like big brother, and I loved for him like my own son. I know he is so desperately missed by those who had the priveledge to know and love beautiful, precious Mark. We take comfort knowing he is now in the loving embrace of his Heavenly Father, in complete wholeness, complete perfection, complete bliss. Beautiful Mark will one day be united with all his loving family and friends in eternity. We were blessed sweet Mark, to know you, and for all you gave to our family as a very special young man. We were proud to have you in our family for a while. Sending all our loving thoughts and prayers to those who love and miss darling Mark, especially to you, Cynthia. We will never forget Mark for his love and kindness, his brilliance, his generosity, his special care for my sons. With prayers and our deepest sympathy, Mary, James, and John Lecocq

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