American Veteran 09

Adam Paul Moore

October 8, 2021

Obituary

Adam Paul Moore

"Coach Adam"

Adam Paul Moore, 48, crossed over to a greater life with Jesus Christ on October 8, 2021, and at the time of his death, he was living with his family in Freeport, Florida  

He is survived by his wife of 24 years, Lisa Moore, children Madison Moore and Wyatt Moore, mother Paulette Andrews (Moore), father Jerry Moore and wife Betty Moore,  father-in-law Bill Schmidt, mother-in-law Kathryn Schmidt, brother-in-law, Michael Schmidt, sister-in-law Wendy Schmidt;  nephews Colton and Corbin Schmidt, and multiple cousins and friends.  He also had his loving dogs, Baxter and Tucker.

Adam grew up in St. Petersburg, Florida, where he attended First Baptist Christian School and Northeast High School.   He enlisted in the US. Army and was an honor graduate from basic training, earning the Hawkeye medal for a perfect score in marksmanship. While serving in the Army Reserves, he served as a communication specialist.   He attended Florida State University obtaining a bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering.  Adam and Lisa fell in love after meeting in Tallahassee, having their first date at Cabo's Island Grill on November 11, 1997.   They cultivated many wonderful friends and memories during their time in Tallahassee.   They married at St. Patrick's Church in Palm Beach Gardens on June 1, 2002.   They moved to Stuart, Florida building their first house together and started a family introducing their two beautiful children, Madison and Wyatt.  In 2015, they moved to Tallahassee, Florida, to start a new direction and future for the family.  Adam started work with CWR contractors as the Safety Director.  He was seen by his workforce as a symbol of protection.   He was always concerned about the safety and protection of his family and many others. 

Adam was very smart and a resource of knowledge.   Anyone who knew him would say that he could always carry a great conversation about just anything.    He had a quick wittiness to his personality and could always bring laughter to a room.   He was a man of strong faith and enjoyed sharing his knowledge of his Christian faith with others.  His most relaxing memories were found with his family at Snowshoe Mountain in West Virginia snowboarding and enjoying his "Happy Place".  He loved watching and coaching baseball, especially his many years with the Chaires Little League organization and Renegades travel ball team.  He was a committed father to Wyatt, working with him almost daily to help support his passion for baseball.  He was known as "Coach Adam" and enjoyed always bringing laughter to the boys in the dugout especially when losing his baseball "ball sack.”   He was so proud of Madison in her artistic abilities and her commitment to running, volleyball and studies.  His children and family were his everything.   He loved to fish, watch FSU football, cook a good Boston butt on the grill, sit by the fire, and train in Martial Arts.  He was also a faithful and loving husband to Lisa.

I could talk for days about how great Adam was to this world.  He was my best friend and love of my life.  I was able to show my children almost 25 years of what true love is. Adam always said, "God has a plan," and I believe that if his plan was to take him early, then Heaven is lucky to have him to watch over all of us.   We will miss you, Adam.

Much Love,

Lisa, Madison, Wyatt

XOXO

Service- Celebration of Life      November 13, 2021, at 10:00 a.m.

Rocky Bayou Baptist Church, 2401 Partin Dr. N, Niceville Florida, 32578

In lieu of flowers, those who wish may make a contribution to the family’s GoFundMe page: Adam Moore GoFundMe

https://gofund.me/519e191d

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Services

Celebration of Life
Saturday
November 13, 2021

10:00 AM
Rocky Bayou Baptist Church
2401 Partin Drive N
Niceville, FL 32578

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