WILLIAM IRVING MOORE
NORFOLK- William Irving Moore, 83, passed away in his home on February 28, 2022.
He was born in Edenton, North Carolina to the late Lionel Moore and Claudia Moore. William was predeceased by his wife Patricia M. Moore. Sergeant William Moore retired from the Norfolk Police Department after 32 years.
He is survived by two daughters, Karen and husband Mike, and Connie; three grandchildren, Stephanie, Jenna and Brandon; great-granddaughter, Rayna; friend of over 40 years, Ken; and many more. Everyone loved William and he will truly be missed.
Services will be private.
Condolences may be shared with the family at www.altmeyerfh.com.
Altmeyer Funeral Home is in charge of the arrangements.
WILLIAM IRVING MOORE
Sgt Moore be missed. He was a great supervisor. Rest in Peace. You are with the angels now.
Billy and I were in grammar school together in Edenton, NC. Both of our families moved to Norfolk, VA about the same time. We lost contact as kids, but then came back together through Hot Rods days. We both shared an interest in cars.
As we got older we would occasionally see each other at lunch. He was always a very friendly guy, and will definitely be missed.
I worked with Bill Moore and shared his interest in racing cars early on in my career with Norfolk Police. My heart goes out to his family and I wish peace and justice for them in the days to come..
My heart goes out to all of Sgt. Moore’s family and friends. He was my Sgt. In the early 90’s. He was the reason I got involved with the stolen autos. You couldn’t say a bad word about him. He was very knowledgeable about a lot of things. I will never forget going to his house and visiting. He was so proud of his Edsel. He will be missed by all
Mr. Moore was a light in the dark, you could feel him before he spoke as his whole face with lit with the biggest smile. He could hug a bad day away and make you feel like family. Karen and Connie we are so deeply sorry for this great loss but we know in our hearts he will be waiting with your mom in heaven when your time comes to join him.
With prayers and love Lisa and Troy Fix and Family
Growing up around Uncle Billy was fun. Always in great spirits and he gave me the nickname “Buzzard “…. Some of the family still calls me that. You will be missed Uncle Billy. Rest in peace ❤
As a first cousin, we shared many family events at our grandmother’s grocery store. There we always found plenty of food ,family and a lot of laughs. Condolences to his family and friends
Knew Bill for many years. Went to car shows with him. So sorry for this senseless act on him and his daughter. Prayers for him and his family. He was a great person and friend.
Bill and I worked together as detectives in the NPD Auto Squad. Years later after retirement I would see him and Kenny at the Sandfiddler Restaurant. Bill was one of the nicest men , that I had the pleasure of working with. I know he is at peace with the Lord in Heaven with the rest of his comrades.
God bless your Sgt. There is an old White Chevy Impala waiting for you at heavens gate.