J. Michael Moore

January 19, 1947 - February 23, 2022

J. Michael Moore of Dallas passed away February 23, 2022 at the age of 75.

Michael was born January 19th, 1947 in Mississippi.  The family moved to Lewisville, Texas in April 1959 where Michael attended grade school high school. He was an outgoing person who never met a stranger.  Michael reached many goals in life, starting out as a paperboy and moving up thru life to become CEO of multiple companies.

Michael is survived by wife Laurie Moore; brother Paul Moore; sisters Martha Moore and Judy Draper; father-in-law, Albert Wujcik; brother Bruce Wujcik and family; sister Mary Johnson; numerous nieces and nephews.

Michael is preceded in death by his father William Jesse Moore; mother Eunice Moore Davis; brothers, Sonny Moore and James Thomas Moore; mother-in-law, Helen Wujcik and brother-in-law, Doug Wujcik.

Michael’s service will be held at

Aria Funeral Home 19310 Preston Rd

Dallas TX

 Saturday March 26, 2022 at 12 pm.

There will be a gathering at Club Memphis, 5000 Belt Line Rd #500, Addison, TX following.

4 replies on “J. Michael Moore”

Lisa Steele says:

My thoughts and prayers are with you all, Martha, Judy, and Paul especially. I know Mike will be watching over all of you as your Mom, Dad, and Tommy are. God bless all of you.

Barbara Jaramillo says:

Michael ,What a beautiful child of God you were. An inspiration to our family. God Blessed us all with your presence in our lives when he gave you such a beautiful gift for the ability to make everyone who came in contact with you feel loved and for the laughter you gave us. Thank you for your love, and laughter. I will never forget what you said after your kidney transplant You said ” you didn’t know if you were supposed to stand or sit, when you needed to pee!” (Since you received a kidney from a little girl) What a character you were. You will be missed by everyone who was a relative or friend. RIP my beautiful cousin. I love you, Barbara

Billy Vanlandingham says:

To my Vanlandingham/Davis family, I am sorrow for the passing of Michael. I recall days in Mississippi when we would meet at uncle Earnest’s house nearly every Saturday and have a meal and go out and play. Later that day we would go to the drive in movie, that uncle Earnest managed. I look at the picture and see His mother. I sorry I will not be there for you, but I will be thinking and praying for you.

Anonymous says:

Martha i wont get to make it but ill be there in spirit i miss mike calling me all time love you guys very much aunt carol

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