May 21, 1940 ~ July 29, 2018
Tomlin Walter Moore, 78, passed away on Sunday, July 29, 2018 in Arlington. A memorial service will be at Wade Family Funeral Home Chapel, with Reverend Brenda Beaver officiating, on Saturday, August 4, 2018 at 2:00 p.m. The family requests that memorials be made to ABC Missions at Trinity United Methodist Church of Arlington or Meals on Wheels of Tarrant County. Mr. Moore was born on May 21, 1940 in Dallas to Walter Belding Moore and Isabel Tomlin Moore. He attended Highland Park School and was active in scouting where he attained the rank of Eagle Scout. He later attended Southern Methodist University where he was a member of Beta Theta Pi social fraternity, Pi Tau Sigma and Sigma Tau Engineering honoraries and was named “Outstanding Engineering Student” in 1962. He graduated in 1963 with B. S. and M.S. degrees in mechanical engineering. After graduation, he worked for General Dynamics / Lockheed Martin for 37 years where he contributed to the F-11 and F-16 aircraft programs, Space Shuttle, and many advanced aircraft. At his retirement in 2000, he was Manager of Systems Engineering. In 1977 he married Ruth Gaddie Moore, and together they enjoyed camping, travel and serving in church and community organizations. They were active in Trinity United Methodist Church in Arlington, where they served as youth leaders and were members of “Happy Hearts”, senior ministry, ABC Sunday School Class and numerous church boards and councils. Survivors: wife, Ruth, her children, David Mitchum and spouse, Tanya Heinrich, Susan Calvin and spouse, Scott; grandchildren, Trevor and Madeleine Calvin and Lee Walter Mitchum; brother, John M. Moore of Austin; nephew, Matthew Moore of San Jose, CA. Wade Family Funeral Home 817-274-9233
To the family,
Please accept my condolences on the loss of your loved one. May the words at Psalms 34:15, 18 comfort you during your time of loss.
You and Walter were the very first to meet and encourage us to move to our wonderful neighborhood in High Oaks. Traci and I loved the way you both kept watch over our home. It was so endearing to see Walter quietly walking in the front yard just enjoying the beauty of a cool fall morning or warmth of a budding spring day. I suspect he was remembering with fondness the early days you and he spent time walking together. It is with sadness that we hear of his passing and yet joy in knowing he is at peace with the Lord. I pray that as each day passes you will be comforted knowing his spirit is always close by and may you be reminded of his enduring love for you in every new budding flower you see.
With our deepest sympathy
Richard and Traci
Please accept my sincere sympathy in the loss of your loved one.
At a sad time as this, the Bible gives us comfort at Revelation 21:3,4 where God promises to rid the earth of sickness, sorrow and death. What a wonderful time when we no longer have to face these enemies.
I hope this scripture gives you some consolation.