Brian Adam Moore

March 7, 1990 - November 29, 2020

03/07/1990 - 11/29/2020

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A Celebration of Life Service will be held at a late time due to COVID-19.

Brian Adam Moore, 30, passed away suddenly on November 29, 2020. He was a resident of Newport News and grew up in York County when his family moved to Virginia in 1998.
Brian graduated from Tabb High School in 2008 and completed his Bachelor of Science at Old Dominion University in 2012. Later he went on to graduate from the Newport News Shipbuilding Apprentice School in 2018. He truly enjoyed his career at the shipyard and was proud to have worked his way up to Structural Supervisor Columbia Submarine Design Build Team.
Brian is survived by his mother, Elizabeth (Beth) Moore of Yorktown, Virginia; his sister, Megan Moore of New York, New York; and his German Shorthaired Pointer, Sir Wilson Absolute Heater Moore of Newport News, Virginia. He is also survived by his 93 year old grandmother, Dorothy Moore of Greenville, Kentucky; as well aunts, uncles, and cousins all over the United States.
Brian was a car enthusiast. He spent most of his free time rebuilding and driving vintage BMWs. Some of his best memories are from spending time with his friends at car shows and winning awards. He recently rediscovered his love of skateboarding in 2020. He was very proud of his dog, Wilson, and loved taking him hiking and to the beach.
A Celebration of Life will be held at a later date due to COVID-19. We plan to throw a true rager worthy of BMoore for all family and friends once it’s safe.
Altmeyer Funeral Home-Denbigh Chapel, is assisting with arrangements.

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Forest and Brian
1 year ago

We were neighbors but didnt talk much .But we would like to wish deepest condolences. He will be missed in the neighborhood.

Karen Link
1 year ago

Brian was my next door neighbor…, I always appreciated his hard work and diligence in keeping his yard looking well manicured and cars so clean. He was always in his very organized garage working away on his cars. And he worked hard on training his beautiful GSH Pointer. Though he was fairly private, he had a lot of friends that would visit often and had good times. I often thought of my younger days and fun with friends back in the day. He will be missed. I am so very sorry for your loss. ❤
Karen Link

Hannah Mason
1 year ago

Dear Mrs. Moore,
When I heard about Brian’s passing, tears immediately came to my eyes. Although Brian and I did not keep in touch after high school, he has always remained a friend and special part of my life. He was such a good friend to me and always knew how to make me smile and laugh. Our friendship grew closest during our senior year of high school and I had the honor of going to prom with Brian. I still have the picture inside the frame that you gave to me and will cherish it forever. Brian and I would ride around for hours after school discussing similar struggles in life, hopes, and dreams. He especially spoke about how much he loved his Mom or as he would say “Beth.” Most boys in high school don’t talk about their mother but Brian was so proud to be your son and would speak highly of you on a daily basis. I am so grateful for the memories and friendship that Brian and I shared. Mrs. Moore, my thoughts and prayers have been constant ever since I have heard the unfortunate news. Please know that I will not stop praying for your strength and peace.
With love,
Hannah Mason

Allison Tardy
2 years ago

Although we haven’t spoken or seen each other since high school, I can still remember your radiant smile and how contagious it was. Thank you for all the laughs and good times. Rest easy, BMoore.

Carrie, Josh, and Adrielle Gilreath
2 years ago

My heart is with you and Megan. I wish I could hug/hold you. We are here for you- we will lift you up and get you through this. We love you so very much. Prayers~

Todd and Julie Kelley
2 years ago

Our thoughts and prayers go out to the Moore family. I remember a many little league games cheering Brian and Christian on. Our hearts are breaking for his family and friends. God Bless you all.

Kyle Kilgore
2 years ago

Cant think of a time around Brian where he didn’t make me laugh. So sorry to hear this condolences.

Liz Hula
2 years ago

Beth- this is such heart breaking news. I am praying that you and your daughter can find comfort in knowing how much love and virtual hugs are being sent your way. I am so very sorry.

Sedona Arnett
2 years ago

Beth , Megan , Dorothy , and all the Moore family in Kentucky, my heart aches for you in the loss of your son , brother, grandson , nephew, and cousin Brian. He was a handsome young man. You are in my thoughts and prayers . Love you all…

Delores and Jim
2 years ago

Beth and Megan we have no words to express our grief. We watched Brian grow up and remember the hours of skateboarding on Moyock and the numerous bloody elbows and knees. He was all boy, full of energy and mischief. He grew up to be a handsome man who loved his mom dearly. We have no words left to say but know you are always in our hearts.