MR. STEPHEN ELIJAH MOORE

MR. STEPHEN ELIJAH MOORE, {35} beloved son of Gabriel and Juanita Morre-Negron was born November 07, 1983 in Philadelphia, PA. He was called to Glory on his birthday Wednesday, November 07, 2018.

Stephen graduated from Aynor-Conway Career Center In 2002 and attended Horry-Georgetown Technical College as a Computer Science major. He was employed as a Desk Clerk at Super 8 in Socastee, SC for nine {9} years. He loved music, computer games and spending time with family and friends. 

Stephen leaves us to hold dear in our hearts many precious memories Zaria R. Wilhite of Loris, SC his beloved daughter;  Jason Roberts, Brandy Gainey, Heather and Brian Glenn and the Glenn Family; Tim and Amy Lawson and the Lawson Family; Pixie, David, Troy, Crystal and the Matthew Family  and the “Girls;” most of all his beloved grandmother, Emma Moore along with a host of sorrowing friends and coworkers.

 Funeral Services will be held 3:00 PM Sunday, November 11, 2018 at Ocean View Funeral Home Conway Chapel. Viewing will be held one {1} hour prior to Funeral Services. Arrangements are entrusted to Ocean View Funeral Home Conway Chapel.

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  • I have known Stephen for at least a good seven or eight years now, possibly longer. He was an online friend of mine, where we met on World of Warcraft. He was somebody I talked to literally every day in the end in a group chat of around seven of us who I consider a pretty tight-knit group. The news hit us extremely hard. All of us are in such deep mourning. Stephen will be so deeply missed. We truly loved him, and I thought of him as a brother. We had that push-around relationship that was like a sibling’s bond.

    With my sincerest reguards, thank you for being such a pillar in my life. I love you so very much, as does the rest of our group. We had a memorial service tonight on WoW with a turn out of around 30 people. Not a soul had a single negative thing to say about him. He was truly a kind person who touched the hearts of so many.

    Rest in peace, my friend.

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