Cynthia A. Moore

  • Born: October 26, 1960
  • Died: February 5, 2020
  • Location: Battle Creek, Michigan

Farley Estes Dowdle Funeral Home & Cremation Care

105 Capital Ave NE
Battle Creek, MI 49017

Tel. (269) 962-5527

Tribute & Message From The Family


Cynthia Ann Kyser Moore, 59, after an extended illness, left this world of pain and suffering to be in the loving arms of God on February 5, 2020. Cindy, as everyone called her, the daughter of Keith and Elaine (Stephens) Kyser was born October 26, 1960 in Battle Creek.

As a young woman, she gave her life to Christ, was His devoted follower and, when her health was better, an active participant in the church. In her life she had three sons, "Little" Rory Calhoun, Jeffrey Calhoun and Corey Calhoun. She was a loving grandmother to Corey's children Aiden and Sebastian.

Cindy was preceded in death by her father and mother. She is survived by her husband, Garry Moore, her children and grandchildren, and her sisters, Danette (Kyser) Squires and Julie (Kyser) Przystas.

A graveside service to celebrate Cindy's life will be 1:00 p.m., Monday, February 10, 2020 at Oak Hill Cemetery. Those wishing to make memorial contributions are asked to consider C.O.P.D. Research. Arrangements by the Farley Estes Dowdle Funeral Home & Cremation Care. Personal messages for the family may be placed at www.farleyestesdowdle.com.


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Condolence & Memory Journal

So sorry to hear about Cindys passing. Feel so privledged to have the oppkrtunity to know her.

Sheree

Posted by SHEREE Keeler - BATTLE CREEK, MI - friend   May 07, 2020

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Cindy and I met at First Wes church in a group where we were getting information to be baptized. Her sister Julie was also in this group and we formed a wonderful bond and were even baptized on the same day!
This led to sitting next to each other in church service, wonderful Sunday hugs and a being together in a couple other Womans Groups.
I am so blessed to have met Cindy and be able to call her a sister in Christ and a great friend. She was so loving, caring and inspiring. She definitely made an impact on my life.
I will miss the Sunday hugs, the smiles and the great advice. I do know that she is no longer suffering and was welcomed into Jesus arms. She is with her parents and all other family/friends that are in heaven.
This is not goodbye my friend. It is see you when I join you in heaven. Love and miss you always.

Posted by Jennifer Chaffee - Battle Creek, MI - Friend   February 13, 2020

You were the most generous, thoughtful and loving friend someone could have ever asked for. You knew me at my best and at my worst and you never judged me. You only loved me. I have too many memories to share on here, the pages would go on and on. I am just so grateful that your boys stopped that day after school to pet our dog. Otherwise, we would have never met. At least that is the first memory that I can think of. I will always love you. And I will always love your family like my own. Play with Gracie and "fat cat" aka skinny kitty for me. Until we meet for coffee again my friend...

Posted by Michele Cole - Sevierville, TN - Friend   February 07, 2020

Thankful for knowing you and our memories. With those I will always see your smile and hear your voice. Love Miss Lexie.

Posted by Alexis Fidelman - Battle Creek, MI - Friend   February 07, 2020